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VIDEO MICROGRAPHIC STUDIES OF PLEOMORPHIC ALTERATIONS DUE TO THE INFLUENCE OF THE RIFE FREQUENCY INSTRUMENT
By James Bare

Here are three pictures in .jpg format of a group D strep after a 2 hour total time of exposure to the device at 883 and 800 Hz. Bact22.jpg shows a typical normal chain of spheres at the start of exposure. Bact26.jpg shows how the organism ended up after exposure and then plating for one days growth . Bact24.jpg was taken at about the one hour mark of exposure. If you look closely at bact 26.jpg, some bacteria have changed to rods, some are a transistional form, and some are still spheres. Further there are now very few chains but rather diploid pairs of the organism predominate. This particular Group D strep came from a rife-list subscriber with chronic interstitial cystitis. It is not easily treatable with antibiotics.

The device did not kill the bacteria, just stressed them to the point of causing a pleomorhic change. The important part is that it even if death of the organism does not ensue, the pleomorphic change may have many benefits. The organism could become nonpathologic, it could become more susceptable to attack by the immune system, and it may become sensitive to antibiotics. I can say that re exposure of the plated organisms after the pleomorphic change seemed to slow their growth level considerably. Not dead, just not growing much. A lot of very important potentials here, if nothing else the pleomorphic changes might give us another several decades of use of our present antibiotics.

Here are three more pictures of another bacteria undergoing pleomorphic change after exposure to the device. In this case used 866 and 832 Hz for about one hour total exposure. Bact1.jpg shows the organism at the start of the exposure. This came out a bit blurred, but if you look closely you can see some small irregular spheres within the chains. Bact7.jpg was taken at near the one hour mark, the bacteria have elongated some and become very granular. Bact17.jpg was taken after plating and one days growth. The bacteria have become quite rod shapped.


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