Rife and Rife-Bare Devices
There are no real Royal Rife generators commonly available for sale. Function generators, EMEMs, and Rife-Bare devices are not really Rife devices, even though they may be advertised as such. Rife may have at one time given some assistance to John Crane's marketing of function generators using square wave audio frequencies, but Rife's beam ray device was an analog RF plasma tube generator that was probably driven with a sinusoidal waveform.
The Rife-Bare device was invented by James Bare after studying Royal Rife's
work. Bare's Rife generator may produce some of the same beneficial
effects of the original Rife device using modern electronic components. It
may or may not be as effective as the original. It uses audio frequencies
like many bioelectronic devices do, but instead of just holding onto the outputs
of a function generator or other pad device, the audio frequencies are combined
with a radio frequency (RF) carrier signal, amplified, then output to a
"plasma tube" which is a sealed glass tube usually filled with mostly
argon and some neon gas. This tube emits "the ray beam" and, unlike with plasma tube devices that do not use an RF carrier such as EMEM devices, it should not
be touched more than briefly since it may cause RF burns.
A Biography of Royal Rife is a short article on the life of Royal Raymond Rife and discusses some of his research, accomplishments, then persecution. See also the Morris Fishbein article below.
Bare Tech Notes contains mostly construction notes for those building
their own device, but also information on operation, theory, and troubleshooting
plus some articles and compilations useful for those with commercial devices
like Is Your
Rife-Bare Working? and Operating
Morris Fishbein was
head of the AMA and editor for JAMA in the early to mid 1900's and probably the
person most responsible for Rife's persecution. This article from LewRockwell.com explains some of the effects his reign had on the US medical industry and in
particular the use of Rife's devices.
The Resonant Light PERL (on left) is a professional Rife-Bare device.
Video clips of frequency effects on organisms at SquareWave Research
James Bare designed and holds the patent on the Rife-Bare device and is the primary researcher in this field.
His construction manual is offered for sale on this page. Bare also
owns the Plasma Sonics company which sells components for constructing a Rife-Bare device oneself.
Resonant Light Technology is the
oldest manufacturer of professionally-built Rife-Bare units. They feature
the Phorle model PERL which was rated as a Class II medical device in Canada.
Resonant Light is an ISO certified company. Don Tunney is the owner and
Vibrant Health specializes
in building high-powered, high frequency Rife-Bare devices, the latest model
being the IR/BPT-500. David Trebing is the owner and president of Vibrant
What became of Rife and His Cure for Cancer?
Barry Lynes wrote "The Cancer Cure that Worked" which is a book
describing the history and politics of Rife's plasma tube generator. Barry Lyne's website was down for years and no one appears to have any news on him, but Bryan Rosner of the BioMed Publishing Group led the effort to get the book back in print.
The Rise and Fall
of a Scientific Genius is a documentary video made by
Shawn Montgomery detailing "The Forgotten Story of
Royal Raymond Rife."
Peter Walker hosts
the Rife Europe site which contains
many historical and research Rife papers and also conducts the Rife
Stan Truman has a
website with what is probably the most extensive collection of Rife
historical articles including actual copies of Rife's lab reports as well as
videos. He also hosts the "Rifers" listserver which is most
suited for hardcore technical discussions of Rifing with no off-topic posts
allowed. Subscribe by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bearden has written articles on electrical effects on
organisms and other matter, furthered Prior's work, and includes the full text of his patent titled "Method,
System and Apparatus for Conditioning Electromagnetic
Potentials, Fields, and Waves to Treat and Alter
Matter" plus a lengthy article called "Novel
Principles In The Rife Microscope
And Rife's Great Secret"
Hartwell runs the Rife Research Ring, which allows easy
access to other Royal Rife and James Bare research sites. He
participated in some of the research in the early days (mid 1990's) of the
Rife-Bare device. Ralph is an RF
engineer and gives useful info on the RF aspects of rifing, as well as info
on Tesla devices.
Circle complementarys has information on many complementary health
modalities plus Rife Research info including the very useful "Cross
Reference of Rife Frequencies" plus detailed reports on fighting some
viruses including retrovirus with a Rife Bare.
Cheb builds tubes for rife devices including the Phanotron
and ones made of Pyrex and quartz.
DFE Research Network has
information on Rife-Bare research and complementary health and nutrition plus
info on DIY rife, an excellent list of links to suppliers of Rife components,
and microscope information.
A note on the verification of Rife and Rife-Bare Devices
Posted to the Rife Forum by Anthony Holland
We've been working on this issue in our lab recently (responding here to comments from Jason Ringas). After consultation with several biologists and cooperation with an expert microbiologist, E. Coli was not advised as the best first bacteria to work with. One does need to consult the ATCC website to determine the biosafety level of your bacteria, making sure your organism is a biosafety level 1 ('harmless'). Some biological supply houses will send certain strains of 'harmless' bacteria to your home/office, but some require that your organization be licensed to receive certain organisms, even biosafety level 1 organisms, of this I am sure.
Even with 'harmless' bacteria, there are procedures that have to be followed in the lab which involve autoclaving, sterilization of innoculation loops, preparation of sterile nutrient solutions, sterile pipettes,sterile agar plates, 30 deg C. incubators, refrigeration, etc. A fair amount of things need to be collected before you can even start work with even 'harmless' bacteria.
One needs to shop around a bit but the resources can be had, if you can get access to a decent microscope.
Then of course you need hours and hours of time to slowly and systematically work your way through various frequencies. Painstaking work. We spent 18 months in our lab working on just one protozoa: blepharisma, until we finally we able to film five different dramatic morphological transformations caused the the RB plasma device:
see website: http://www.skidmore.edu/academics/music/aholland/PlasmaFive.htm
As a standard test set-up, I would recommend that commercially available non pathogenic E. Coli be used; the type that students use. E. Coli is an ideal organism to demonstrate the Rife effect because it is a motile organism, and will be visibly affected when hit with its MOR. That's why Rife used it in his demonstrations. If all the Rife researchers focused on this and followed a standardized protocol, we would get this sorted out that much sooner.