In the 1920s and ‘30s, Dr. Royal Raymond Rife—a bacteriologist studying at John Hopkins University—observed that viruses, bacteria, and cancer cells had their own resonance frequencies. He built his research off of studies conducted by a 20th-century scientist, Dr. Albert Abrams, who believed:

  • All matter vibrates (that vibration is what we call frequency), and vibrations were specific to the type of matter and what it’s made of.
  • Those vibrations emitted by different types of matter can be detected, classified, and measured by specialized operators.

Building on Dr. Abrams’s research, Dr. Rife theorized that cancer cells could be targeted by outside electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). Then, the cells would undergo apoptosis (cell death, where it will either implode or explode). This was the genesis of the rife machine, a tool that matches the specific frequency of different cancer cells and delivers low-energy electromagnetic waves to the body. Through this it may eliminate the cancer.

The rife machine can be used to treat infections and cancers in conjunction with chemotherapy.