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    Question Rife Machine

    Hello to all!

    Would any of you have any feedback regarding "rife machines"? I posted this over at energeticforum.com on the "rife" thread but never got any responses.

    I realize that purchasing a "real" rife machine is the best option. However, I can't afford to pay $2,600+/-.

    So my questions are:
    1. Does a software/computer generated audio frequency do any good? Is it better than doing NOTHING??
    2. When using a software/computer do you need to use an amplifier rather than the ultra low-power output most computers produce? If so, how many watts?
    3. How do you "connect" the bare leads to your skin? ~ I mean aside from soldering wires onto your thumbs. . . .

    Thanks!
    truesearch

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    Maybe this will help answer some of your questions. www.rife.de/scoon_1936_hoyland_machine.html Good Luck. stealth
    Last edited by stealth; 10-09-2012 at 04:00 PM.

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    Stealth:

    Thanks for the link to the info. I was hoping some user(s) might have experience in using a computer to generate Rife frequencies and could report if using a computer was at all effective.

    Thanks!

    truesearch

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    Quote Originally Posted by truesearch View Post
    Stealth:

    Thanks for the link to the info. I was hoping some user(s) might have experience in using a computer to generate Rife frequencies and could report if using a computer was at all effective.

    Thanks!

    truesearch
    Hello. I'm working on different devices but they're not PC driven and I don't have any experience related to such. There are different frequencies involved as well as mixing-modulating stage which probably could be done via PC software. However, it is easier (for me) to make this from scratch than write a software.
    As far as leads: they should be wrapped in cotton and saturated in saline solution for increased conductivity but not applied directly to the skin. There are also a gel pads used with med. diagnostic equipment which should work well but they're not widely available. It isn't difficult to make your own. Silver or gold plated will do.

    Thank you for link Stealth

    Regards
    Vtech

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    Hello All, I downloaded a program call NCH tone generator, you can add up like 20 different freq. But I still need to feed it into a circuit to add in the last 555 timer circuit and transformer. But the program NCH was easy to test the first series of freq. it has Sq. wave Sin and Triangle. I have not got any further than that tho. But you can listen to it through your PC speakers. Free software trial like 30 days. Huey

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    I was thinking of recording the first series of Freq. into a mp3 loop and feed those signals into the final elf freq. circuit to trafo and electrode pads. Changing the Freq within the NCH program takes only seconds. record plug into circuit and try again. Ect. Huey

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    Do the modern, computer freqency generators work - ???????????

    According to people familiar with those technologies they don't work as the originals. You've made a good point.

    Thanks
    Vtech

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    As far as I could discern, old systems did work because they were multi-frequency/multi-harmonic oscillators, resonating on many levels so that each cell in the body could find its match.

    Sadly, good luck doing that on any reasonable power level today because it would interfere with everything and anything, and you are bound to get a visit from some authority governing the radio spectrum where you live.

    Perhaps getting a HAM radio license might help at least put one in some kind of legal position for doing this. If I recall correctly, in Canada HAM operators can broadcast up to 100W in RF band, and in USA up to 1,500W.

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    There is a nice 6 part series on YT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB52eZUoXyk

    Vtech

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