The ancients had it all figured out, they were tuned to the right frequency.
The Pyramid of Giza was no burial mausoleum for Cheops, but a giant electric frequency generator. Made of conductive limestone, with opposing channels of rushing water to generate and electrical charge, its exterior coated in gold, the great frequency transmitter of the ancient world.
The Egyptians manufactured perfect giant bowls that when flooded with water generated a frequency to separate the heavy water with bad minerals from the light water they used in religious sacraments. The water was charged the right frequency. They understood all of it.
Frequency impacts the body.
The earth’s frequency is about 7.8hz, rounded to about 8 hz or eight cycles per second.
The brain runs at 14hz to 40hz and that’s mostly the left brain which is the side that makes you logical and rational, but it’s the slowest part of the brain.
Exposing your brain to 8 hz activates both sides. That famous 90% that no one is using, lights up.
Exactly 111 hz flips the switch in your head from left to right brain, shutting off the prefrontal cortex, deactivating the language center, opening up the center to truly see. 111hz is the frequency at which the ancient tombs outside Stonehenge resonate. It’s the third eye.
The ancients tuned their musical instruments to 432 hz, Stradivarious tuned his to 434hz to give it an edge. Today’s music, officially at least since 1917, is tuned to 440 hz; it’s totally off and that is on purpose. Today’s music is especialy wrong, to keep us on edge.
Gregorian chants from the 11th Century gave those monks the lowest heat rates blood pressure with the least need for sleep.
Studying these tones today and measuring the impact on human bodies, it has been found that:
396 Hz — Releases Fear
417 Hz — Eases and Initiates Change
528 Hz — Healing and DNA Repair
639 Hz — Heals Relationships
741 Hz — Finding Creative Expression and Solutions
852 Hz — Spiritual Homecoming
You can’t make money off a frequency.
The core tenant of the modern world is to make money, and you can’t make money off a frequency. At least for the elite, the best you can do is keep the information hidden, especially if you’re in the business of selling pills to the sick.
Or selling fossil fuel.
Before it all went to shit in the early 20th century, a scientist named Nikolai Tesla put together the same ideas of the Egyptians, figuring out how to channel the earth’s frequency, magnify that in giant coils and transmit it for free.
This is why JP Morgan and Thomas Edison put him out of business — otherwise how else would they make money generating electricity from bringing coal and heating steam and selling it you over their wires?
And the 20th Century really got moving with the fascists installing their cruel communist trick in Russia, the Spanish Flu, neither Spanish nor flu, the first plandemic, and WWI, the war that broke the Ottoman Empire so the fascists took control of all that land and resources.
Fascism is the supremacy of the state — their state — over the will of the people, elevated slaves who exist to support the state and the companies owned by the fascists. They want you to work like a dog to afford to buy all their crap, then when you get sick, fork over all your savings.
From the point of view of the citizenry, the fascist modus operandi has been to hide the truth to enslave us to their systems to make them money. Medicine, especially end of life, is a huge moneymaker. The average cancer victim today will burn through her life savings in two years of treatment. All of it given back.
The definition of elite is someone who has power through knowledge kept from everyone else.
This is how they built a dropped-ceiling over us at 8 feet in a tiny apartment without windows except for a slit to a stinky alleyway; meanwhile they’re playing in that giant luminous space filled under 100-foot ceilings and skylights. Get it — they want to keep us in the dark.
Friends, they can’t make money off a frequency, it’s their biggest secret.
Frequency gives you life — a rife life.
One man went up against the whole system with his understanding of the frequencies, like Tesla, his name was Dr Raymond Rife.
In the 1920s, he was a biologist, studying bacteria with an electron microscope. For that machine to work, the thing you were viewing had to be dead so that it could be imaged and magnified.
That took out all the fun. So Dr. Rife invented his own microscope, with 60,000 times amplification and what he saw were live bacteria. These things are mostly liquid and he was curious to what frequency would have to impact them, and what he found was that, indeed, they vibrated, but at one particular frequency, each bacteria cell was different. And at a certain hz, they just exploded.
If a bacteria where swimming around in your blood, that frequency could kill it on the spot, dead cell remnants would break apart and come out in your pee.
When he began to cross reference the frequencies TO EVERY DISEASE KNOWN TO MAN he found all of our maladies were caused by errant bacteria, which when exposed to the proper frequency were donezo.
The simple application are parasites. Tapeworms and other ugly minuscule creatures living in your guts. Gone.
Other things are arthritis. Bacteria build up in the joints. Zap them, gone. Mobility regained.
In heart patients, what everyone said was cholesterol build up was gunk that built up onto the coronary walls, were actually bacteria that the cholesterol would stick to, in the same way mucous blankets the dust that gets in your nose. The short of it is, hit the right frequency, the bacteria in heart valve lining collapses and cholesterol will wash away.
Everything, from the most complex down to the common cold, a bacteria to zap.
The End of Disease
In 1932, Dr held a dinner inl the evening was called The End of Disease..
Those guys all dead.
Rife Revisited, Dr. Hulda Clark
In . Hulda Clark
In 2005, I met an old man who had one in his house.
These were the days of financial gangsters of all sorts in my sojourn in South Florida, and Big Steve was one of those. Not the venue to discuss his deals and hijinks, but it seems that half of them made him a fortune and the other half were sad losers that did not.
One time I followed him home, he wanted to give me an Erte poster for my lady friend, and he showed me his machine. He said he met a weird fellow, raising money for some kind of invention, he didn’t really understand how it worked, but the man convinced him to buy one to find out.
It cost him $5,000, the base was like a stereo amplifier and it was connected to something that looked like a giant lightbulb. He was instructed to hold on to it while he watched the evening news and Johnny Carson.
He did and it was magic. He was an old guy in his 70s, the man spent lots of hours on his King Fisher to catch marlin off Bimini Island, in the Bahamas, and he had all the aches and pains of doing so. And all of it washed away with the machine. He said he had a bad limp, arthritis in his hands and knees, then all of it disappeared. Would he stop using the machine, then? Not on your life, kid.
Big Steve lives to this day. He remarried a lady 20 years younger than him, and they are still going strong. Besides the will to live, it’s the machine that restored his vigor. He swears by it.
Only now, in writing this all, did I realize what the machine was.
Johns Hopkins Hospital
In 2019, a medical researcher at Johns Hopkins University Hospital….xXXXXXX why did she test this? XXXXXXXX
She published two papers, and the results are astounding.
The Bulgarian is a tinkerer who makes a fine living designing and manufacturing high precision dental equipment. He read about Rife and thought the science was interesting but the technology was a lot easier than everyone had thought.
For free, Rife and Clark frequency databases are available in an App for your phone. Why it’s mostly useless is that instead of taking the frequency quickly in a concentrated electric pulse, these Apps call for you to listen to 30-minute sets of audible tones.
I tried it and it was torture. It was like when the neighbor’s cheap car alarm is triggered by a truck rumbling by on the street, and just beeps incessantly.
The Bulgarian tried it to, and he realized he could miniaturize the apparatus to deliver the electric pulse, and mate that to the public databases.
His first go looked like an early iPod, in a little rectangular case, which was a pain to make because he did it by hand with a plastic printer. It had the iPod selection circle and two copper handles that plugged into the earphone socket. The two contacts are fundamental to close a circuit so the electricity can run through your body..
But it worked. Or — see the disclaimer — I convinced myself it did. Wonderfully.
The next iteration, the current machine, is even smaller. He solved the manufacturing problem by getting it so small that it would fit in a standard plastic case used for a remote car alarm. Instead of two paddles, he built one contact into a metal plate on the back of the device. The second came out from a little pin that I convinced him was too dainty, so now it’s hard wired in there. It’s genius.
How to use it
Place the little case in the palm of your hand or on your fingertips, choose your setting, hold the copper handle in the other hand, and you’re off to the races.
Use the custom frequency settings to experiment with all those numbers identified in antiquity. Or, pick from the database of 1400 Rife frequency sets or 200 Clark frequency sets. Each has 10 frequencies to run through. The timer is set for 7 minutes each, but I lower it to 3 minutes, because half an hour sitting with it is all the time I have.
Three minutes is 180 seconds, by 150 I feel it working. I start with 8 hz, to get myself onto the Earth’s frequency. I like to run through the Attention Deficit Disorder function because it reaslly gives me focus. And the Back Pain one and then the Parasites function, depending on how much time I have.
The side effect is that if it has killed lots of bacteria, especially something like the Parasites, you do feel it. All the dead bugs make you tired and a typical reaction is to doze off. It’s called XXXXXX. But, boy, wake up and you feel great.
Reading instructions and notes from many advanced users, the best big recommendation is to drink lots of water. Many also use laxatives to help the body expel all the dead bacteria, especially for things like Parasites. But for most people, lots of water to flush the system is enough.
For specific ailments, the results are in doing it every other day for a week or two. When I tried, there was a big impact right away.
I have snot nosed kid. Not really snotty, himself, but in a school with other little buggers. He comes home with a sniffle, we all get sick. Now, with the machine, he comes home, does a round, and I do it, too. I can feel the mucus in my nose go away, it’s all clear in half an hour. We do it while watching cartoons..
Do not buy one
I’m telling you now, don’t buy one of these. They’re expensive and preposterous, and it’s absurd to think this works, this science is nothing but quackery, none of it is approved by the FDA so it’s against the law to claim any health benefit, and you’d be a fool to think there were one.
Why would you even consider buying a machine like this — it is a total joke. The Egyptians knew shit, the druids and Stonehenge, also knew nothing, the Gregorian monks, Nikolai Tesla, Raymond Rife, Hulda Clark, Big Steve, that Johns Hopkins doctor — all of these must severely deluded and disturbed people, you should probably pretend you never read any of this. Just forget all about it, please.
And nevermind the Bulgarian’s version, don’t buy the $6000 version that sends frequencies by air so you don’t have to hold the copper handles. And don’t buy the $2000 one that comes with the 1980s-style amplifier and a full array of copper handles, don’t buy the $3000 one that is like the amplifier version but with lots more glow in the dark dials.
And whatever you do, don’t bother with the Bulgarian’s little electronic key fob that he builds by hand, hand solders, programs, then packs it up and sells and mails to your home for $250.
Lawsuits — (When does the enemy expend ammo? When you’re over the target.)
Turn on TV at night and see electrical gizmos and inventions like the ab machine sit-up maker ™, the XXX and the YYYY. No one gets sued for selling these things. A fool and their money are soon parted, but that’s the only implied they might carry.
Not so the Rife Machine. Here’s some case law. ZZZ vx YYYY, AAAA vs BBBB, XXXX vx TTTTT, and all the other times the FDA lawyers came for the Rife.
All you can deduce is that the ab machine doesn’t work and no one cares, but the Rife machine does which is why they are terrified.
But don’t buy one and don’t sue me for telling you all about it. It’s just a joke for kooks and you should know better.
This a novelty item. It’s a weird experiment that does nothing except for vibrate your fingers and maybe even give you little electricity burn, though I can’t say I even experienced that.
This a novelty item. All of the diseases which I’ve convinced myself that it cured inside my very own body are the result of a placebo effect and magical thinking. Nothing to do with anything other than make believe.
Frequencies – shmeakfrencies.
Believe me, this is a novelty item, a total toy, a joke and fable.
And now that I’ve warned you, don’t buy one, don’t try it for yourself, don’t even think about healing your body.
Better — go to your doctor and buy some pills.
But if you won’t heed my warning, buy one for yourself and you tell me.
Each device has a serial number in the instruction manual, mention the number, so we know you are a confirmed buyer, and write in below with your own experience.
Or read those who have already and swear that it changed their lives..