A detailed account of Rife's inventions and discoveries is the subject of The Cancer Cure That Worked. This startling book documents events from 1913 to the time of Rife's death in 1972. Rife was an optical engineer and technician of great skill. His first success was the building of the Universal Microscope in the late 1920s. With it he was able to view the living cancer virus -- a feat our modern, high-powered electron microscopes still cannot do. His microscope used many quartz prisms and lenses, placed to compensate for losses of refraction due to air. This enabled him to view far tinier particles than had ever been seen before. Using the Universal Microscope which he invented, he observed cancer viruses as they changed their size and form. He discovered that exposing a virus to certain frequencies of radio waves killed it quickly. Years of experimentation led to Rife's invention of the Frequency Instrument, a device that produced the exact frequencies needed to destroy various viruses. In 1934 at the clinic in California, diseased people were exposed to the exact same frequencies that had been seen (through the microscope) to destroy the virus causing their illness. Treatments lasted only three minutes. The person would wait three days before another exposure giving the lymph system time to cleanse the dead virus from their bodies. Unlike the chemotherapy treatments currently in use, Rife's therapy was 100 percent effective and engendered no adverse symptoms. Yet, 53 years after the arrival of Rife's Frequency Instrument, hundreds of thousands of people still die each year of diseases that Royal Raymond Rife cured. The above is excerpted from a book review written by Deki and Jon C. Fox.
In 1987, Barry Lynes wrote the classic book on Rife history called The Cancer Cure That Worked. Rife's World of Electromedicine is the sequel, published in 2009. What is the difference between the two books? The Cancer Cure That Worked was primarily a biographical account of Royal Raymond Rife's life and work, including detailed, dated records of the events which occurred, and in-depth accounts from the people involved. Rife's World of Electromedicine, on the other hand, is a bird's eye view, short summary of the same time period and events. Instead of a detailed biography, Rife's World is an expository piece that includes brief, targeted chapters addressing each aspect of Rife's era, utilizing piercing, specific, and direct quotes and excerpts from historical documents including magazine and newspaper articles, court transcripts, Rife's own statements, and the eye-witness accounts of those who were present during Rife's lifelong achievements. Written as a short story, Rife's World is affordably priced so that everyone can read about Royal Raymond Rife. The book is a perfect gift for someone who wants to find out more about Rife but doesn't have time to read a longer book. Additionally, the new book explains what 20+ years of additional research and document retrieval by a dedicated grass roots group have discovered and unearthed. Some of the previously missing, key factors in the suppressed and censored cure for cancer were lost or even locked away in physicians' closets for decades in order to prevent censors from destroying overwhelming evidence. Now, this evidence is printed for the first time in Rife's World.
Why Resonant Frequency Therapy Is Kept Hidden from Public Awareness
Author: Barry Lynes
Publisher: Biomed Publishing Group
Rife's Great Discovery is the final book by Barry Lynes about Royal Rife's amazing discovery that "resonant frequency" therapy is a valid breakthrough alternative to chemical medicine's limitations and failures. The author has devoted 30 years to this subject since his original, revolutionary book about Dr. Rife was published in April 1987 (The Cancer Cure That Worked: The Rife Report). This new, 2017 book provides incontrovertible evidence that Rife's Universal Microscope did indeed shatter the magnification barrier that limits all other optical microscopes. That's why Rife's work was suppressed through bribery and threats. Rife was on the verge of transforming health treatments and costing the medical monopoly a fortune in lost drug products and fees. Rife's Great Discovery exposes the widespread corruption that is rampant in traditional treatment practices. This book is the Cri De Coeur outcry against the miscarriage of justice done to Royal Rife and to desperate patients everywhere who suffer from many diseases. Rife's discoveries might cure millions of people if his findings were objectively tested and used. Like France's "Dreyfus Affair" scandal, a massive restructuring of America's cancer treatment and research program is now a growing public demand. This includes a complete overhaul of the medical education system and its basic curriculum. Royal Rife's wondrous scientific discoveries and inventions will gain historic recognition in the future. Just as the criminal actions of many medical officials will be publicly acknowledged and the long-delayed verification of Rife's findings will alter the healing fundamentals and doctoring procedures of standard medical practice.
Noreen Martin has been diagnosed with AIDS. Is she dying? Is she contagious? Is she an emaciated shell of her former self, wearing a red ribbon, coming up to Capital Hill to testify, seeking more NIH funding to fight this horrible disease? Actually, the answers are No, No and No. Rather, she is a feisty, healthy, hearty housewife living in Charleston, South Carolina with her devoted husband, Robert. She is in great health. Let me repeat-great health.A-ha, says the medical expert-she is a living testament to the wonders of modern medicine. Obviously, the life-saving antiretrovirals must have reduced her viral load to "undetectable" levels. Well, actually, No. She stopped taking the AIDS drugs over a year ago.So, what gives? Mrs. Martin's tale is an important one for all self-proclaimed AIDS experts-those who pontificate endlessly about the accuracy of the tests, the dangers of the virus, and the safety of medications, when, in fact, an accumulating body of purely scientific evidence suggests the converse-that the tests are unreliable, that the virus is inert, and the medications will kill your liver and raise the risk of heart attack."If you have been told that you are "HIV positive", at any time in your life, I strongly recommend that you read this book by this courageous woman, who has seen it all, navigated around earnest, but ill-informed doctors, and has restored herself to great health. It just may save your life."-D. D. Steele, attorney in San Francisco
Recounts the author's battle with Lyme disease, including the initial misdiagnoses, the disease's toll on her family and career, and how she found spiritual, emotional, and physical enlightenment, along with an overview of the disease.
Complementary Medicine for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses is the first resource on holistic veterinary care written specifically for the veterinary technician. Organized by treatment modality, the book offers practical information designed to help readers develop an understanding of each modality, assist with procedures associated with holistic medicine, and knowledgeably discuss treatment options with clients. Outlining the respective roles of technicians and veterinarians throughout, this book is a welcome reference for readers looking to expand their knowledge of complementary veterinary medicine and introduce additional treatment options in their practice.
Most cancer research dollars have been wasted by asking the wrong questions, looking in the wrong places, and recycling the same failed approaches while expecting different results. Conventional cancer treatments damage health, cause new cancers, lower the quality of life, and decrease the chances of survival. In fact, most people who die from cancer are not dying from cancer, but from their treatments! That's the bad news. Here's the good news: We can end the cancer epidemic. In Never Fear Cancer Again, readers will gain a revolutionary new understanding of health and disease and will come to understand that cancer is a biological process that can be turned on and off, not something that can be surgically removed or destroyed with radiation or toxic chemicals. So whether cancer has already been diagnosed or if prevention is the concern, it is possible to turn off the wayward production of these malfunctioning cells once and for all by reading this book and implementing its strategies. The key to any disease has one simple cause: malfunctioning cells that are created by either deficiency or toxicity. By switching off the malfunctioning cells, you switch off the cancer. Never Fear Cancer Again guides readers along six pathways that cause deficiency or toxicity at the cellular level: nutritional path, genetic path, medical path, toxin path, physical path, and the psychological path. By making key lifestyle changes, people truly have the power to take control of cancer and transform their health. This radically different, yet holistic approach restored author Raymond Francis back to health just as it has helped thousands of others, many of whom were told they had no other options or that their cancer was incurable. Take back your health with this book and never fear cancer again.
Mechanisms and Applications of Emotional Cognition
Author: Paul Thagard
Publisher: MIT Press
A description of mental mechanisms that explain how emotions influence thought, from everyday decision making to scientific discovery and religious belief, and an analysis of when emotion can contribute to good reasoning.
Powder papers, booty balls, and sugar tits— Lotions, Potions, and Deadly Elixirs has a cure for whatever ails! These quaint names were given to popular medicinal forms during America's frontier era that were said to cure everything from fallen arches to a broken windmill. Grandmas, mommas, and even certified physicians treated the sick, lame, and unlucky with what was available: barbed wire and horseshoe nails, cactus, pokeweed, buckeyes, you name it. Ironically, a lot of these homespun treatments actually worked. In Lotions, Potions, and Deadly Elixirs, a practicing pharmacist takes a light-hearted look at the most popular medicines from the frontier days and how they were intended to work. An authoritative "Frontier Materia Medica" lists common drugs, the dates they were in use, customary doses, and idiosyncrasies. The author's outstanding collection of bottle labels, advertising art, and rare photographs of "medicine shows" rounds out this colorful survey of America's medicinal past.