In the last few years a trend has started on youtube where people have been posting videos which are actually just frequency programs that play on the video. You may have used these and I'd love your feedback on your results on these such as the one below.
Since I get asked nearly everyday if these work let's get into the nitty gritty here…
First of all “work” is relative and since most of the documentation in this area is lacking all we have is anecdotal feedback so let's use this post as a place to collect feedback from individuals like yourself who are experimenting with them.
But let's also get real here. First of all Rife's original work from the 1930's utilized frequencies in the radio frequency spectrum, these are much higher frequencies than any youtube video can play. Roughly his original frequencies were in a range from about 200 kHz to about 1.6 MHz. The production machine which was developed by Philip Hoyland ran on a slightly different principle than his original lab work which frustrated Royal Rife (we can see this from the legal transcript from the 1939 court case between them – but this is a subject I covered in detail on this post). That production machine ran a carrier frequency in the range of 3 MHz.
The reason low frequencies in the audio range are confused as “Rife Frequencies” so much is that in the 195o's a man named John Crane came to Rife to try to bring the technology back to life. This was long after Henry Timpkin and his ball bearing empire had been funding Rife so there was very little to fund their project.
Since Rife had not been privy to the understand of the mathematical relationship between the TWO FREQUENCIES which were required for the Philip Hoyland “Beam Ray” system to work (and likely because Rife was essentially a working alcoholic at that time) John Crane only used the lower audio frequencies and removed the essential radio frequency carrier wave from the simplified frequency generators which he built in the 1950's and 60's.
This marked the beginning of the use of low frequencies without the RF counterpart. These are more accurately referred to as “Crane Frequencies” but since that doesn't have the ring to it like “rife frequencies” they are often confused.
Add to that the popularity of things like binaural beats and other sound therapy technologies and you can see why this posting of low frequencies for energy balancing is often referred to (at least somewhat erroneously) as “rife therapy”.
Even in the John Crane era of the Rife technology, Crane was using conductive electrodes for the output rather than a speaker. Conductive electrodes take the signal right to the skin without demodulating the signal with the speaker. My understanding is that the way the speaker coil and magnet works it demodulates the low frequency pulse turning it into a sound wave that your ears can hear. This is a very different effect than simply conducting the frequencies through your skin.
Here's a couple of the videos. Please post your feedback in the comments below and let us know about your experiences with this.