Royal Raymond Rife is best known for the infamous "Rife Machine" but some also believe his more revolutionary invention was his microscope that allowed him to view living specimens at phenomenal resolutions. The key was that his microscope didn't involve staining with chemicals so he was viewing a living microbial world that is NOT possible with an electron microscope.
His revolutionary microscope was called the Universal Microscope and it used specially designed prisms that isolated very specific wavelengths of light in order to strategically illuminate otherwise invisible micro-organisms.
In this documentary you'll hear Royal Raymond Rife describe his work in his own words:
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