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Highlights from the 3rd and 4th International
Rife Technology Conferences

Sunday, February 10, 2002 1:00 p.m.
at 3220 Sacramento Street (near Lyon)
San Francisco, California

Please see our RIFE TOPIC webpage for our
lastest Rife news and a more in depth perspective.

All things in nature will resonate if stimulated with the proper form of energy at the correct frequency. Dr. Royal R. Rife (an interdisciplinary scientist with expertise in microbiology, physics, chemistry, optics, hydraulics and machine science) was intrigued with the thought of applying this principle to the treatment of disease - especially cancer, so he created and patented the "Rife Universal Microscope" - the worlds first microscope capable of observing the movements and metamorphosis of live microbes and viruses at 60,000 x. Then, he spent thousands of hours using the Universal Microscope to catalog and observe effects on various diseased microbes as he bombarded them with endless combinations of electromagnetic energy frequencies. He successfully identified frequencies that rupture or destroy various diseased microbes, and developed successful inexpensive electronic treatments for animals and man. Clinical trials on humans were made with encouraging results. His work was successfully replicated by others, and yet his research was ignored.

Rife’s work was clearly a problem for ruthless men who did not approve. His closest colleagues were threatened, bribed or murdered. His business associates were destroyed financially from the costs of fighting frivolous lawsuits even though they eventually won. Rife laboratories were burglarized or destroyed by arson, and his accomplishments have since been mostly hidden from the general public for 60 years. Royal Raymond Rife was emotionally devastated by this insidious persecution and died a broken man in 1971. It is one of the most promising and horrific stories of the 20th century as many millions of potentially preventable cancer deaths have occurred since Rife made his amazing discoveries in the 1930’s.

Henry Lai, Ph.D.  
Rife Conference Speaker

Fortunately Rife’s work has been rediscovered and there is a growing movement to further investigate this promising technology, as exemplified by the 3rd and 4th International Rife Technology Conferences held in Edmonton, Alberta. We will be showing video highlights from these conferences including lectures by Henry Lai, Ph.D. "Treating Malaria With Oscillating Magnetic Fields", Jason Ringas "The Life and Discoveries of Royal Rife", James Bare, D.C. "Rife Plasma Field Propagation" and Gary Wade explaining the theory of the Rife microscope and more. Henry Lai, Ph.D. is a research professor of Bio-Engineering at the University of Washington. Jason Ringas has conducted extensive research into the life and discoveries of Royal Rife. James Bare, D.C. is the inventor of the Rife-Bare plasma tube device and author of books and videos relating to the construction and demonstration of Rife technology. Gary Wade is President of the American Institute of Rehabilitation. He has a Masters degree in plasma physics and 7 years experience in advanced manufacturing technology at Hughes Aircraft Co. The next Rife Conference is scheduled for Las Vegas, March 15-17, 2002.

This meeting may extend late due to extensive content. For more information about the San Francisco Tesla Society or this event, call (415) 931-2593 or visit us online at .

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