Bill Broadbent was interviewed by Roland Bond and started his engineering apprenticeship at Crewe Works in early He came from Huddersfield and had been educated at public school and he and his brother Basil had steam garden model railways. Lelean, Chief of the Locomotive Department of Messrs. Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, Consulting Engineers.
What Became of the Rife Technology? And what became of the Rife Ray Tube as well? In San Diego in the 's and 30's Royal Raymond Rife built several light microscopes capable of seeing viruses and bacteria in their live state with magnification said to be 60, times. The best light microscopes of that time - or today - could magnify around 2, times, not enough to see virus-size microbes, or bacteria because the nature of its process kills the specimen.
Thomas Jefferson defined genius as the infinite capacity for taking pains. In this respect and others, Rife was certainly a genius, first as an intuitive researcher and also as a creator of superb technological instruments, some of which have not seen their equal since his time.
Rife set a goal of finding out if there was a virus capable of causing cancer. After completing his microscope, he spent most of the 's in this pursuit. Working with cancerous tissue confirmed by lab analysis to be malignant, Rife found what he deemed to be the guilty microbe and injected it into mice.
When they then developed cancer; he removed their cancerous tumors and in them once again found the same microbe. In the late 19th century, German researcher Dr. Robert Koch apparently no relation to Dr. William Koch established a procedure for determining the cause of a disease; recovering a suspect microbe from a sick animal, injecting it into a test animal, and then, if that animal develops the same disease, recovering the same microbe from the second animal.
Rife had fulfilled the Koch postulates. Rife named the cancer microbe the Bacillus X, or BX virus, since under his microscope observing it alivehe could see it change from a bacteria, or bacillus, to a virus-size microbe.
Rife asked himself if this live organism producing a purplish red color, and therefore a frequency, could be killed by another frequency which would resonate with the vibratory rate of the microbe. Rife thus created a ray tube which broadcast various frequencies. When it was finally ready, he would sit in front of his microscope tuned to the BX microbe for hours on end, tuning the dial of his frequency device, going through one frequency after another.
Finally one day when he reached a certain frequency, he saw the light of the BX microbe glow brighter and then go out, after which it disintegrated. He painstakingly repeated the process and always saw the same results.
Then he placed the BX microbe in test mice and, after they had developed cancer, exposed them to the frequency he had discovered.
There was no contact between the animals and the ray tube; they were simply in its presence a few feet away. He repeated the process numerous times to double-check his research. During the summer of16 terminal cancer patients sat a few feet away from Rife's Ray Tube for three minutes every third day.
After 90 days, 15 were declared fully recovered by attending physicians and in another month, the other ones as well. In a nutshell, that is the essence of the Rife story - a microscope that could see virus-size microbes, which the best electron microscopes cannot see in their live state, and a frequency-emitting ray tube capable of killing the microbe which caused human cancer, thus enabling cancer patients to recover.
This story fired up Christopher Bird to write his article five years after Rife died at age 83, a forgotten man, The article revived some interest in Rife's work but was largely ignored. Bird, researching for his "Secrets of the Soil", told Barry, "I don't have time-why don't you write it?
An article by Dr. Seidel and Elizabeth Winter entitled "The New Microscopes", published in the February "Journal of the Franklin Institute" and later reprinted in the Smithsonian annual report, contains a great deal of information on how the Rife microscope worked and about research done with it.
After reviewing available materials on Rife, one has the same feeling as when reading about Dr. The tragic story of Royal Raymond Rife started with his birth in in Elkhorn, Nebraska, but little is known about his very early life.
At some point, perhapshe settled in San Diego, where he lived the rest of his life. Rife met a Chinese American girl, Mamie Quinn, and married her insettling down in a house near the mansion of the Bridges family, who had made carriages until they went out of style.Sep 03, · Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
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