(Updated Friday 30 January 1998)
RIFE RESEARCH UPDATE NOW IN TWO PARTS
It has finally become necessary to split the Rife Update page into two parts. The old page is now located at: http://www.navi.net/~rsc/rifersc1.htm. Needless to say, that page will not be updated anymore, all new information being added to the top of this page. We will be extracting addresses from that page and making it more convenient to maintain a correspondence list. This page is still going to be a grab-bag of trivia and miscellany. Indeed, it's a hodgepodge.
We have received numerous requests on places to receive Rife ray treatments. All we can say right now is that people are building their own devices, following James Bare's or other designs, and treating themselves.
As far as equipment sources are concerned, James Bare covers this adequately for mail order sources on his web page (Rifetech).
If you wish to be added to the update list, send an email now, with "UPDATE" in the subject field:SUBSCRIBE TO MAIL_LIST
"At 09:55 PM 1/29/98 -0800, you wrote: The LINK for: The Prismatic Microscopes of Royal Raymond Rife: Looking at live Virus. is EXTREMELY irritating! because you purposely liked it to your home page -- that's deception, like Clinton!"
For the internet-browsing-challenged: When you find that a link doesn't work...meaning what is promised is not deliverable...the message that is displayed is from my server, not my home page. That means no such link exists. In this case the link that was broke has been fixed. It would be nice if bad links automatically sent one to an email form to notify the webmaster. That is why there are links on the index (http://www.navi.net/~rsc) that allow for reporting lost links. My apologies for any inconvenience this has created. A simple way to fix lost links on your own is to analyse the URL, and see if something doesn't look right. For example, all links in our web site should have "/~rsc/" somewhere in the address. All others are simply the address of the server. Mistakes happen. P.S. it is disconcerting to get complaints with bad return addresses.
As for the Rife research in general, the updates for this have become sparse because the numerous links given on the web site, Gary Hawkin's rife-list, etc. do a much more competent job in filling people in than I can do while in school. If you want updates, subscribe to the RCRS email update, linked on this page. Sources will be presented in electronic format by subscription, and only mailed to those not having internet connections. That is all.
These addresses have returned RCRS Rife Updates as Undeliverable:
Servers don't automatically erase old defunct email addresses, and you may have loads of mail you haven't seen yet.
RCRS Update 31 December 1996
As the last update probably before the New Year (11:10 pm), I wish to say how much we've enjoyed the past year and the numerous new friends we've made through our web pages and these updates.
The relative seriousness of the subject material of our web site and the nature of chronic diseases makes the personal side of research seem to lay in the background of this electronic medium, although everything it deals with revolves around helping people. So it is a true joy to receive the many emails and letters of thanks and encouragement from our friends.
Reviewing the major points of the last years updates:
Significant progress has been made by various parties in reproducing James Bare's adaptation of the Rife apparatus. There have not been any microscopic studies done outside of Bare's that I am aware of. But the fact that micro-organisms have been recorded by Dr. Bare undergoing destruction due to what is now called the Rife effect issuing from his apparatus has some far reaching implications, as everyone knows.
Recent research into the synergistic action of different parasites and viruses (including mycobacteria, bacteriophage, mycoplasmas) together to induce cancers of many kinds towards the suggested relationship to enzyme inhibitions to act on pancreatic enzymes and subsequent inhibition of the immune response further suggest the usefulness of a combined therapy using Rife apparatus and metabolic therapy (detoxification protocols, nitrilosides, pancreatic enzymes, and enzyme potentizing protocols).
The fact that such a therapeutic protocol is entirely non-toxic, with no as of yet determined contraindications (with possible exception in MS where proteolytic enzymes may exacerbate demyelinizations, but more study is needed here), makes it a highly practical endeavor with no rationale for NOT doing so.
We hope to have a newly organized RCRS website by the next update. Perhaps two weeks from now. We are going to expand the text-file indexes to provide faster uploads of articles, with specific architecture so that entering into the ascii indexes will accomodate exploration into all catergories we now focus on.
A suggested structure will be:
/All-Files _/physics /B3 /gravity /history /energy /overunity _/biology /health /bacteriology /virology /regeneration /embryology _/cancer /alt.therapy /beardianism /biochemistry /pathology _/medicine
If this seems needlessly complex, the fact is, that everything is undergoing test phases, to determine the most efficient means of organization, and simplification. However, when it comes to the internet, the need to keep a structure once established due to links, makes it necessary to get it right in the first place. We've put some thought into this, but suggestions are welcome.
Physics underlies everything. Biology is the next obvious level of organization. Since it is probably obvious we adhere to the Beardian or trophoblastic basis of cancer, cancer should fall under the broad category of biology. Trophoblast being the co-evolutional, asexual generation of the life cycle. However, we put cancer into its own sub index, as it is a large category, and rather closely allied to medicine, rather than life-sciences. Medicine will be the final category...for now.
In the coming year, we hope to have special contributions from many different researchers.
We have a new paper by researcher Allan Blood, in progress, so the finalized paper is not up, but the preliminary paper can be viewed under text-files as ablood2.txt linked on the rsc/index.html (Go to textfiles now.
Be sure to reload the index, as I note that some versions of Netscape load urls from cache rather than get the actual live web site, even when "verify everytime" is switched on.
We hope to have a paper by Dr. Alan Cantwell, author of AIDS, the Mystery and the Solution, as well as papers by biologists Dr. Braun, Dr. Elizabeth Hays, and and an unpublished paper by Linus Pauling, thanks to Barbara Marinacci, former associate of Dr. Pauling.
Here's to a Happy New Year to All.
3 January 1997: From James Bare: Mr. Bob Casey now has Quartz tubes available for purchase. The tubes are of 25mm (1 inch ) outside diameter and about 22 inches in length. Longer or shorter versions can be made on request. Tubes can be filled with the standard gasses and he does have Xenon available.
Cost is 100 dollars each plus shipping.
Bob can be reached at 818-508-7160 or you can Email him at either address.
A lot of people have expressed interest in the quartz tubes, so many thanks to Bob for arranging for these to be produced.
I am sorry to report the passing of Laetrile pioneer biochemist Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr. He was 84. He died several weeks ago of natural causes. I carried on correspondence with Dr. Krebs for over 20 years. He was one of the most generous and kind human beings I've ever known. I talked to him shortly before he passed on, and he sounded fine. He will be sorely missed. For this reason I have now changed the Showcase to focus on Krebs' work.
Therefore I wish to draw readers attention to two articles at the RCRS web site:
First is the classic monograph: The Unitarian or Trophoblastic Thesis of Cancer, by Ernst T. Krebs, Jr.,E.T. Krebs, Sr., and Howard Beard (Medical Record, 1950).
The cancer establishment has consistently ignored this important paper, and there has never been any significant rebuttal to this important work. As in law, silence in the face of an assertion is confirmation by default. Not that the authors did not invite rebuttal, or were satisfied with the silent treatment. In combination with the paper: The Nitrilosides in Plants and Animals, these papers subsume the entire rationale behind the pancreatic enzymes and Laetrile in the treatment of cancer. The papers are found at: www.navi.net/~rsc/unitari1.htm
(again the last figures before the decimals is a "one" not an "L" in all of the above URLs.)
November 20: The link to Allan Blood's paper on Rife has been updated with a link to Comments by Dr. James Bare; as well as some correspondence between them. It is a very good read.Dr.Bare's Comments(www.navi.net/~rsc/jbrsp1_2.htm)
The most recent RCRS Rife update (15 October):
The evidence regarding the function of trypsin, chymotrypsin and amylase controlling trophoblast are commonplace and abundant in the literature covering epigenesis, or simply pregnancy. An excellent text on trophoblast is Hertig's classic: Human Trophoblast.
Regarding proteolytics in cancer, in particular trypsin, and amylase (amylopsin) See John Beard's classic work: The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and its Scientific Basis,(1911) as a good primer. The facts concerning the action of trypsin, etc. or the proteolytic enzymes in general (animal or plant derived) on cancer cells are also commonplace. But I will give merely a few samples of rigorous clinical and lab studies done on this fact [my comments in brackets]:
__"To the Local Therapy of Malignant Pleuritic Effusions"...R.Titscher, O.Kokron and K. Letnansky (Wiener klinische Wochenschrift, 85 (18), 338-340 (1973), Springer-Verlag, N.Y.)
[Utilizing Wobe-Mugos proteolytics...also, one should be sure to read the follow up to this article:]
__"Local Therapy of Malignant Pleural Effusions, Further Observations and Results": "Over a year ago we reported on the effectiveness of the enzyme preperation "Wobe-Mugos"(Proresid(R), Sandoz, Basel.) in local therapy of pleural carcinosis (Titscher et al. 1974). The favorable results gained by the application of this method have prompted us to abandon other therapeutic approaches."
[They also had been using Radio-gold and Cyclophosphomide]
__"Report on the treatment of 53 patients with WOBE-MUGOS-ENEMAS", Dr.med.H.Hoefer-Janker.
__"Wobe-Mugos in Oncology",,,Mucos Emulsionsgesellschaft mbH, Wissenshaftliche Abteilung, 8022 Grunwald bei Munchen, Tel.(Munchen):6 49 27 41.
__"Effect of proteolytic enzymes from animal and plant origin upon growth influences of normal and tumor tissues and appearance of metastatic frequency of experimental tumors", K. Ransberger and M. Wolf, Presented before the 10th International Cancer Congress, 1970, Houston, Tex.USA.
[A small exerpt from the above:]
"1934: Freund in Vienna discovered that in the serum of people or animals free of cancer, chemical substances existed which were able to dissolve cancer cells, while the blood of cancer patients was lacking in this ability. Besides that, the Freund-Kaminer team also found that the serum and urine of cancer patients not only was lacking in cancerolytic property, but that cancer cells were even protected by it against dissolution by normal serum."
[The above observation is of interest from a point of sensitivity to some: Hulda clark observes that various parasites are the cause of cancer. I do not agree with her thesis as is. But I do observe this from the classic "Enzymes" by Summer and Somers, 1947, page 33:
"Round worms [Ascaris] are able to live in the intestine and are not digested by trypsin owing to their content of antitrypsin (59)" (59)Harned, B.K., and Nash, T.P.,Jr.,J.Biol.Chem. 97,443(1932)]
__"Proteolytic Enzymes and Megadoses of Vitamin A in Cancer Therapy", M.Wolf, K.Maehder, E.v.Pinoci, K.Ransberger, O.Weigelt und F.Westrick. Presented before: The Mexican Cancer Congress, Sept 30 1971, Mexico City.
__"The Importance of Vitamin A and Proteolytic Enzymes in Cancer Therapy", Dr.med. Hoefer-Janker, Presented at the meeting of the Bayerische Rontgen-Gesellschaft, April 4, 1971 at Bayreuth.
There are many more references, and this activity of proteolytics is the basis of several alternative regimens, including Gerson, Kelly and Gonzalez, and of course the many metabolic centers where Laetrile is used. Whether or not the three regimens just mentioned understand the original basis as espoused by Beard and again by Krebs, et al. namely a trophoblastic or unitarian basis of cancer I do not know.
It is interesting that while ascaris are not affected by proteolytics due to their own defensive enzymes, they are digested by ficin. From Sumner and Somers:
"...the worms do not possess any antificin and are soon digested alive if placed in dilute solutions of the sap of fig trees (Ficus carica, Ficus glabra, Ficus altissima, etc.) which contain this enzyme (129, 130)." (129) PARNAS, J.K., OSTERN, P. AND MANN, T.,Biochem.Z. 272, 64 (1934) (130) PARNAS, J.K., AND SZANKOWSKI, W., Enzymologia 3,220 (1937)
But before you go out and trim your fig tree to get the sap, I will point out that after merely trimming a fig tree, many small blisters formed on my skin where, apparently, the sap had sat for a while. I was fairly mystified by this for a short time, thinking I'd been burned somehow.
Also, in a prior post we mentioned the dissolution of a cancer cell using the Rife ray set at 728 cps. It has been determined that cancer cells do have a weaker lysosome membrane than the typical somatic cell. This is probably due to the fact that the cancer/trophoblast must produce lysosomal excretions for digestion in the process of phagocytosis in it's process of erosion and motion through the uterine mucosa and/or during metastasis. At that time the lysosomes are brought proximal to the cell wall, the cell wall indents and the membrane fractures into the invaginated portion.
The use of vitamin A in enzyme therapy follows on the grounds that it further weakens this lysosomal membrane, and serves to cause the cancer cell to autolyse. The Rife frequency may fracture this membrane without the necessity of affecting pathogenic inclusions that may compromise the cell walls or membranes. If this is true, there may be need to use caution in use of the Rife frequency near pregnant women, for obvious reasons, since what is true for cancer will be true for trophoblast in its normal canalized function in the placenta.
----End of 15 October RCRS Rife Update----
I am posting the combined update below. We are also planning on archiving the email updates so that new subscribers can get copies of past updates. The address will be posted here at that time.
Gary Hawkins now maintains a Rife Mailing list from his web page:http://www.eskimo.com/~ghawk/rife.html
This is an inter-active list. People can submit information or just
read the topics discussed. James Bare is subscribed, and about 20 other
people. It is an informative and very valuable resource for those interested
in the Rife technologies.
To join just go to Gary Hawkin's page linked above or:
Send an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
write "subscribe" in subject line. Then to contribute, send emails to email@example.com
52546 W. Esch Trail
Maricopa, AZ 85239
Here's the text of Thor's letter:
Please give my phone no. and address to anyone interested in the Rife machine. Also---is anyone in this area (Maricopa, Arizona) involved?....I'm a retired herb grower, into Yoga and Meditation. We're studying subtle energies and may have something interesting to contribute. Peace and Love, Thor Friedemann.
I wish to say how much we appreciate getting letters from people who wish to learn more about subjects covered in our web pages, or who wish to simply say thanks for the service. We also wish to say thanks to those who have sent contributions to the Robert Cathey Research Source. We are a not-for-profit and experimental endeavor. We actually depend on contributions for our presence on the internet.
UPDATE Wednesday 7 August 1996
We've received a communication of a researcher preparing to use the Rife ray on fungus and molds, eliminating the necessity to use a high powered microscope, a student microscope sufficing for these studies. In the near future we will upload this experimentor's description of some of the protocols for performing a fairly rigorous controlled scientific demonstration of the effects of the Rife ray on common, everyday, bread-mould. If you have any experiments you'd like to share, please feel free to send us email, or letters describing them. We will respect all expressed wishes to remain anonymous.
New Link:A paper on Rife by Alan Blood:http://www.navi.net/~rsc/ablood1.htm
UPDATE MONDAY 15 JULY 1996
The recap of missing updates:
Rife Update:21 June 96
A new site has become active delineating an experimentor's utilization of a Rife-Bare instrument. The link is:
Don Tunney's web page:
Beyond that, some tentative results are in from another independent researcher showing positive amelioration of arthritis. As soon as the actual medical report arrives, a posting to the tech.htm page will be made available, as well as through the email update.
I have been perusing the alternative cancer books which have been sitting in my library for a long time, which I haven't had opportunity to examine closely before and found that the book: Options--the Alternative Cancer Therapy Book, by Richard Walters, (Avery Publishing Group, Inc. 1993) reviews the Rife research, as well as Naessens, Gold (Hydrazine Sulfate), Nieper, etc. Not very much on laetrile, but other resources cover this important line. For those interested in the trophoblastic/laetrile research, there is also a new transcription on that in the RCRS web page: http://www.navi.net/~rsc/nitrilo1.htm. Several papers by Krebs and others on this will be presented in the months ahead.
The following appeared in our local Oregonian Friday:
---------------Friday, 28 June 1996-------------------------
Experts identify parasitic worm in solving AIDS patient's death
The unnamed worm resembles a tapeworm but causes much more damage in
the body By Lawrence K. Altman
New York Times News Service
Scientists in California say they have discovered what they think is a previously unknown parasitic worm that can be fatal to humans.
Fragments of the worm were found in an AIDS victim who died from the infestation, but they were not identified until a year later. The worm's molecular biology resembled that of a tapeworm but acted more aggressively in the body than most tapeworms.
Doctors initially thought the man was suffering from a rapidly growing cancer in the abdomen. But a biopsy and the use of new genetic laboratory techniques found that the large mass of tissue was from the worm's fast growth, which caused scar tissue.
In reporting the discovery Friday in the international journal The Lancet, Stanford University scientists said they wanted to alert doctors to the worm's existence so they could treat anyone suspected of having it with drugs known to be effective against similar parasites.
The scientists who solved the medical puzzle are from both Stanford and the Kaiser-Permanente Medical Center in Santa Clara, Calif. The authors said they did not find the entire worm but identified it from fragments by using genetic techniques. The worm has not been named.
The scientists do not know how often the new worm causes disease in humans and where it exists in nature, Dr. David Relman, a co-author, said in an interview.
The man who died from the worm infection was a 44-year-old accountant from the San Francisco Bay Area who had been infected with the AIDS virus for five years. He often went camping in California and had two dogs but had never traveled outside the United States.
In early 1994 he began suffering pain in his abdomen and back, weight loss, night sweats and fever. After the man was admitted to the hospital in Santa Clara in March, his abdomen swelled as the worm invaded and destroyed parts of his intestine and liver. Doctors initially thought he had developed one of many types of cancer that often complicate the course of someone with AIDS. Shortly before his death nine weeks later, doctors surgically removed tissue from his abdomen.
Pathologists headed by Dr. Luis Fajardo examined microscopic slides
containing thin slices of the man's tissue. Some were stained with chemicals
to help identify a known microbe. But the experts could not determine precisely
what it was in the tissue that caused the man's death, although the damaged
[sic] seemed to be caused by a parasitic infection. It took them about
a year to solve the mystery. [end of article]
This article is typical of the popular press, lacking the concise references of BOTH writers of the report in the Lancet, and Publication number. Presumably the other author is Dr. Fajardo, with Dr. Relman co-author. The Lancet comes out once a week, but the actual report will not show up here at the OHSU library until the 2nd of July. It is also unclear in this report if the large mass of tissue referred to was scar tissue, or that of the "worm". I am sure some readers familiar with Hulda Clark will suspect this is in fact a fluke of some kind, probably the sheep liver fluke. As soon as more facts are known, they will be passed on.
[An older interesting item from The Oregonian, Friday 16 December, 1994, pg A37:]
WASHINGTON---Genetic evidence of a new herpes virus found in tumors of Kaposi's sarcoma suggests that the deadly cancer that strikes more than a fourth of all gay men with AIDS may be caused by a virus.
A research group led by a team at Columbia University reports that unique DNA fragments were isolated from tissues of Kaposi's sarcoma lesions taken from AIDS patients and that the gene material may be from a previously unknown human herpes virus.
"The evidence strongly suggests that these DNA sequences belong to a new herpes sequence, but additional tests are needed to confirm it," Dr. Yuan Chang of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons said Thursday.
Finding the viral gene sequences in nearly all of the Kaposi's lesions tested raises the intriguing possibility that the same virus is the cause, or least a contributor, to the cancer, Chang said.
If researchers can prove that a virus causes KS, it may be possible
to develop a test to identify people most susceptible to the disease.----From
wire reports[end of article]
It is interesting to note that while a vast array of viruses were not specified by Rife for their MORs, he did provide frequencies for herpes/Epstein-Barr class virus:
Micro-organism Frequency (c.p.s) -------------------------------------- Staphylococcus:................725-730 Streptococcus:.................875-885 Pneumonia:.....................770-780 Typhoid:.....................1500-1600 E.Coli:........................799-804 TB:..........................1500-1600 Syphalis & Gonorea:.................600-700 Epstein-Barr:..............660+727+787 (3 frqs at once) Carcinoma Virus:.............2120-2130 Sarcoma Virus:...............2000-2100 --------------------------------------
Note that the groups number 10, which is the number Rife confined all virus and bacterium within. From any of this group Rife succeeded in culturing any known disease generating agent, including worms. Note in particular one of the frequencies for Epstein-Barr: 727, the significance of which follows.
It has been noted that the Rife ray does not destroy "normal" tissues, that is, tissues integral to the overall normal operation of the body. Yet it has been shown to resolve cancer. An associate has received a report of a cancer cell which was found in the blood of a person with multiple myeloma disintegrating while being microscopically observed and then exposed to 728 cps [same as general range used for Epstein-Barr] for about 90 seconds.
ADDENDA to Update 28.06.96:
With reference to Rife frequencies and a cellular (cancer) structure undergoing dissolution exposed to 728 hz.
There are several indications from the medical literature we've compiled (linearly from 1900, list is growing and is not complete by any means) dealing with virus or bacterium (which sometimes approximate the dimensions of virus) that cell walls are perforated by these organisms leaving sclera-like portions (reference list follows). The destruction of these would in turn be akin to taking the finger out of the dike with consequent cellular explosion. This would be especially true if the foreign microbe involved the lysosomes, with consequent lysis of the internal and external structures. It is also interesting to note that studies by Bare show that isolated or few protozoans will explode readily, often within seconds; while a large number take longer treatment times to dissolve simultaneously.
[All these references pertain to ultra structures, some known viruses, some undetermined. As long as we depend on fixed or "dead" samples, the question remains un resolved for many of such examinations of suspicious inclusions or bodies. Rife cultured samples in two-inch water vacuumed test tubes using Kendal's media, stimulated with ionizing radiation. Nemes used a nitrogen atmosphere to acheive the same thing, and found the ovoid bodies (also noted by Andrews (28)) would proliferate as the means of definite proof these were not inert 'granules'.rsc]
[(30,31,32) with reference to non-specific bodies found in a wide variety
of conditions including Schilder's disease; (33) with reference to SSPE,
Tay-Sachs disease, metachromatic leukodystrophy, a case of cerebral degeneration
of obscure nature, a malignant astrocytoma; (34) with reference to necrotizing
encephalitis; (35) with reference to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease; (36) with
reference to experimental animals. See Multiple Sclerosis, Immunology,
Virology, and Ultrastructure, Eds. Wolfgram, Ellison, Stevens and Andrews,
1972. in 2. The Ultrastructural Neuropathology of Multiple Sclerosis, Andrews,
J.M., pp 23-49, and discussion. The above references 28-36 in above text,
correspond to refs in ch.2: 3, 17, 13, 14, 99, 38, 16, 12, and 5. Andrews
says: "Any relationship of these curious structures (commonly referred
to as "Gonatas bodies") to the pathogenesis of MS, therefore,
appears unlikely on the basis of available information." op.cit. pg.
[End of Combined Update]
This site is illustrated and has testamonials from people who've used it for arthritis.
In our reference to Alan Blood, we listed an incorrect address email address, for which apologies. For those who wished to contact Alan, here is the correct email: firstname.lastname@example.org
[The following is the 21 June Email Update to which you may subscribe,
and some additional info.]
Don Tunney has developed a page detailing his research:
I have been perusing the alternative cancer books which have been sitting in my library for a long time, which I haven't had opportunity to examine closely before and found that the book:
Options--the Alternative Cancer Therapy Book
by Richard Walters
(Avery Publishing Group, Inc. 1993)
This book reviews the Rife research, as well as Naessens, Gold (Hydrazine Sulfate), Nieper, etc. Not very much on laetrile, but other resources cover this important line. For those interested in the trophoblastic/laetrile research, there is also a new transcription on that in the RCRS web page:
Several papers by Krebs and others on this will be presented in the
A fellow researcher sent the following:
>Richard Walters book, Options, in most recent edition, p. 272, says >that an evaluation of 10 Rife machines is in 4-page pamphlet called: >Consumer Guide to Rife Generators, (by Sieger & Reisdorf) available >from Uncommon Books, 2936 Lincoln Ave., San Diego, CA 92104, or SRCE, >POB 1772, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. Also gives John Crane's address: 4246 >Pepper Dr, San Diego, CA 92105: 619-281-0278; and mentions Mark >Simpson book, The Rife Way III (Simpson at Box 710088, Dallas, TX >75371).
Thank you for that. Yes, I have Walter's book, but the address for John Crane will no longer be valid, as he died last year, and his house was sold recently. Also, Mark Simpson has died (of AIDS) as well.[As relayed to me by two different sources, but any factual update on Mark Simpson would be appreciated. rsc]
Our current thrust is to concentrate on James Bare's adaptation, as it most closely reproduces the results of the original diode version of Rife's instrument. There were some good results from Bruce Forrester's (aka: Klark Kent) version, which utilized plasma tubes, but the FDA shut him down. We have a substantial information packett Forrester produced.
I appreciate very much your pointing these addresses out to me, and will write Uncommon Books and SRCE for their catalogs or information.
(Current Document Location: http://www.navi.net/~rsc/rifersc2.htm)