Emag machine
A Quick Primer On 'Rife'
To understand the principles behind the Emag+,
it helps to know a little bit about the work of
Royal Raymond Rife

A discussion of Emag+ would be incomplete without a discussion of the pioneering work of Royal R. Rife -- since both Rife's beam ray machine and Emag+ are plasma frequency devices, and both employ (in Rife's case 'employed') frequencies in the same lower hertz range.
In the 1920's Royal Raymond Rife observed under his microscope that bacteria, viruses and diseases could be affected while radiating them with frequencies from a plasma tube antenna.
The research setup he used to make these observations has not been preserved and therefore his observations are being rediscovered and advanced by many researchers worldwide. The right column of this page lists books that will give you an in-depth look at Rife -- the man, and his work, but for the ease of our users, we provide a quick summary below.
Royal Raymond Rife Royal Raymond Rife was born in 1988 in Elkton, Nebraska. In 1913, he travelled to San Diego, California with his wife from New York -- a place that would set the stage for the Rife tragedy.
Very early on, Rife showed a tremendous interest in microscopy. His unique talent would take him to build his first unit in 1920 -- then lead him to create his crowning achievement in that field in the 1933: the Universal Microscope. To this date, no microscope, not even advanced electron microscopes, can magnify objects to the power of Rife's (resolution to 31,000 X and magnification of 60,000 X) while allowing the operator to view the smallest living microbes -- viruses.
Rife then created cultures of microbes, and from 1920 to 1925, he sectioned, stained, and tested some 20,000 pathological tissues -- looking for ways to destroy the organisms through the transmission of electromagnetic frequencies. Rife perfected his microscope to the point where he was able to identify and classify pathogenic micro-organisms according to their M.O.R. (Mortal Oscillatory Rate) -- the precise frequency that "blew them up."
In 1932 Rife observed a virus from a breast cancer tissue sample and was able to discover the following: that cancer was directly caused by what he called the "BX cancer virus" -- an organism just 1/15 micron in length and 1/20 micron in breath. Secondly, that this cancer micro-organism had four forms (i.e. was 'pleomorphic'), further reinforcing the theories of 19th century biologist, Antoine Beauchamp -- and that, furthermore, it could be destroyed in vitro or in vivo when attacked in proximity to the correct lower hertz frequency at a refraction angle of 12.1875 degrees, using a plasma generating argon-filled tube energized with 5,000 volts.
Rife went on to observe this pleomorphic metamorphosis over 300 times with identical and positive results. This repeated success lead to the creation of a structured clinical test in 1934 in cooperation with the Hooper Foundation in California. In that test, sixteen advanced cancer cases were treated using Rife's Frequency Instrument (later to be called Ray Beam). Every single patient recovered with complete remission.
The success of Rife's work eventually caught the attention of Morris Fishbein, president of the American Medical Association -- an enterprising medical doctor who never actually practiced medicine. Through intermediaries Fishbein vigorously sought to "buy up" Rife's company, his patent work -- thus owning technology. Rife and his associates refused.
Rife was subpoened in May, 1939 in a lawsuit filed by the AMA against Rife and his company, Beam Ray. It was the beginning of a long campaign by powerful, monied medical interests to make sure that Rife's technology would be permanently suppressed. Given its outrageousness, the AMA eventually lost its case. (The judge in the case, Edward Kelly, even agreed afterwards to help the defendants sue the AMA -- but by then Rife and his associates were all broke).
Through repeated harassment and targeting, Rife and all his associates met their demise. Ben Cullen, who funded Beam Ray, lost his home and ended up dying a broken man. Dr. Milbank Johnson compiled Rife's work and was reported to be preparing an announcement on the "Cure for Cancer." He fell suddenly ill and died shortly after being admitted to a hospital in 1944. Federal inspectors in the late 1950's - early 1960's concluded that Dr. Johnson was most probably poisoned. Dr. Arthur Kendall, the wealthy, famous pathologist, whose "K Medium" was essential to Rife's discovery, died penniless, supported only by his son-in-law, in 1959. Rife and his understudy, John Crane, were both imprisoned. Rife's laboratory conveniently burned to the ground -- and Rife's equipment and microscopes were all confiscated, vandalized, or stolen. Many doctors who continued to press in favor of Rife's work lost their license to practice medicine. (It is all thoroughly documented.)
Rife himself, a gentle soul, quiet researcher, and meticulous keeper of lab notes, became an alcoholic and died homeless and penniless in 1971 at the age of 83.

Though the Rife's story, as told in the thousands of surviving documents that have since been amassed, sounds like the stuff of urban legend, but it most decidedly is not. [ You should understand the reasons why.]

Helpful Links
  1. Dr, Royal Rife -- www.rife.org, a review of his work history through extensively compiled literature, including newspaper and magazine articles, lab reports, research papers, related patents, and the 1939 trial papers.
  2. The End of All Diseases -- About R.E. Payne's book concerning Rife.
  3. Medical Truth: Royal Raymond Rife -- We feel our analysis of government and industry corruption in suppressing cancer therapies is better written, but this piece is still insightful and a good read. It originally appeared on rense.com, and is quoted elsewhere.
  4. Dangerous Genius: The Story of Royal R. Rife -- As if Barry Lynes didn't make enough of a contribution with his book, here's the web page.
  5. Rife Links -- Some of interest, some just slightly tangential, and others just selling wears. Pick and choose carefully.
  6. Royal Raymond Rife, Humanitarian, Betrayed & Persecuted by Fred Farly. Poorly written and not well-documented. We list it here as not something to pursue but to avoid.

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Background Reading

A number of excellent books have been published about the Rife's work, which we summarize below:

The Cancer Cure That Worked!
The Cancer Cure That Worked by Barry Lynes -- This is the 'magnum opus' in the field -- often referred to (quite reverentially) as The Rife Report. (We've had it listed on our suppression page since we first put up this web site in 1995.) This 1987 volume brought Rife's work to the public attention and began a movement to try and uncover the proven Rife technology which officials within the U.S. government tried so hard to destroy. The author, Barry Lynes, is quite aware of the effects his book has had, as well as the attempts of con artists to exploit his book. At end of the current edition (8th edition, 2000), he has a section entitled, "Beware of Exploiters!," which is worth noting. He states, "Over the years since this book was first published, a number of garage engineers, marketing hustlers, and even scam artists, along with well-meaning but misleading, alternative cancer therapy advocates, have offered various 'black box' devices as real or 'improved' Rife instruments ... I warn the interested reader of this book to be care in purchasing any such instrument or even taking and especially paying for a 'treatment' from someone who thinks they own a 'Rife device."
We think this warning is valid, and so that people understand our position with the Emag+, let us make this clear: the Emag+ machine is not a Rife machine. It is inspired, in part, by Rife's work, just as Emag+ has been inspired by research conducted at the U.S. Food & Administration. Nonetheless it would no more be accurate to say that Emag+ is a Rife machine than it would to say that it's a U.S. Food & Drug machine.
Having chased the 'Rife story' since 1990, it is our collective opinion at Alpha Omega Labs that no one knows exactly what Rife did. No one today has an exact duplicate of his microscope, and no one today has a duplicate of the machine he used to cure cancer.
What we DO know is that Rife's technology has been validated: through the discovery that there are, indeed, MOR's (mortality oscillatory rates) -- that is, frequencies which, when applied at a specific amplitude, distance, and duration from a target pathogenic microbe, will kill that microbe. There is also a body of evidence supporting Rife's contention that cancer's etiology, to a great extent, is microbial.
The book itself details the fundamentals of Rife's technologies and provides a clear chronology of events that lead to Rife's discoveries, cure for cancer, arson at his lab (which also happened to Tesla), extreme harassment by government agents, and subsequent, suspicious death in a hospital in 1973.
This is must reading for those truly interested in Rife's work.

Politics in Healing by Daniel Haley Politics in Healing by (U.S. Congressman) Daniel Haley. We first discussed this book in page two of our "Suppression" section, but it is worthy of note here. Chapter 4 of the book ("What Became of the Rife Technologies?") focuses on Rife's work (with acknowledged help from Barry Lynes, see above). It's only 30 pages of material, but it gives a great overall -- helpful for those who don't want to have to read the entirety of Lynes' original work.

The End of All Diseases by R.E. Payne The End of All Disease by R.E. Payne -- A separate web site exists (click on book cover) describing this book -- which includes not only a synopsis of Rife's life and work, but the story of Anjanette de la Houssaye of Canada, who inherited over 6,000 items related to Rife's work. This book reveals her fate when she attempts to work with her attorney, go to San Diego to put together the missing pieces, and rediscover Rife's secrets. An incredible read.

Lost Science by Gerry Vassilatos Lost Science by Gerry Vassilatos. This is the first in the Lost Science book series, published and sold by Adventures Unlimited Press. Like Haley's book above, just one chapter is devoted to Rife. Published in 1999, it provides more in-depth, technical insights into Rife's work, particularly in his early study of advanced microscopy and work with "filterable bacteria" (i.e. viruses). The entire book is a real marvel, a joy to read, and a true primer in the role that politics plays in destroying "disruptive technology" when inferior, prior technologies and the financial interests that own and control them feel threatened. [Related page.]