Raymond Rife

RIFETECH Ltd. has developed a new advanced device, Sanoplasma, based on the research of the American scientist and microbiologist *Dr. Royal Raymond Rife. This unique method of contactless transmission of frequencies was developed by Rife in the 1930s and was rediscovered only recently. Currently there are a number of producers of plasma tube frequency generators worldwide but their quality, power and price varying considerably. Sanoplasma is a high quality, high powered machine that offers the combination of precise frequencies and strong electric fields to devitalize pathogenic microorganisms which can be the cause many physical and mental problems.

Royal Raymond Rife was a brilliant scientist and inventor of medical instruments and equipment. He designed and built the first microscope that was powerful enough to view live viruses. Rife was able to do this not only because of the high magnification of his Universal Microscope but also because he was able to pass the light that illuminated the specimens through an adjustable prism that could produce a single spectrum wave length. By doing this microorganisms that were not visible in white light would fluoresce and become visible when illuminated with the light frequency that corresponded to their own resonate frequency. Using this method Rife was able to identify a large number of microorganisms that were the cause of illness and disease.

Rife theorised that these microorganisms might be able to be destroyed if they were exposed to their resonate frequency at a high enough power. A bit like an opera singer being able to shatter a wine glass if they could hit the right note and with enough volume. With his plasma tube frequency generator, the Rife Ray, he was able to witness the destruction of various microorganisms under his microscope when they were exposed to a specific frequency. Only the targeted microorganisms were destroyed.

Having isolated the human cancer virus and been able to destroy it under the microscope with his Rife Ray he was then able to successfully cure cancer in rats that had developed it after being injected with the virus. Finally in 1934 he proved he could cure cancer in humans.

The University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to oversee the treatment of 16 critically ill patients with the Rife Ray. The committee, which consisted of doctors and pathologists, were to examine the patients that were still alive after 90 days. Within 70 days 14 were declared cured, the remaining 2 were given further treatment for a further 20 days and were likewise cured.

Those who have studied Rife’s life and work say that after the confirmation of the effectiveness the Rife Ray treatment in humans the Medical and Pharmaceutical industries used their power and influence and eventually they succeeded in having his work shut down. Rife’s story was reintroduced to the world in 1986 with publication of the book “The Cancer Cure That Worked” by Barry Lynes.