Rife Resonator

THE RIFE RESONATOR


The Rife Resonator is a machine that generates electro-magnetic frequencies, which are relayed through the body via the hands or the feet.

In 1920 the late Dr Royal Raymond Rife designed and built a special light microscope with which he could visualise live viruses.  He discovered that each virus, bacterium and parasite was fatally sensitive to a specific wave frequency, which he was able to witness through the lens of his microscope.

These Rife frequencies can be used in the treatment of many conditions such as:  arthritis, influenza, bronchitis, tonsillitis, shingles, candidiasis, fibrositis, chronic fatigue syndrome, glandular fever, cellulitis, sports injuries and many other acute and chronic diseases.

Not only are viruses and other pathogens destroyed, but also damaged tissues are detoxified and regenerated and stress is reduced (reactive treatment).  Rife therapy can therefore also be used to enhance general health and prevent illness (prophylactic treatment).

Each frequency has its particular target and a treatment may last between 15 and 90 minutes depending on the condition being treated.  Sessions are repeated several times a week until clinical improvement occurs, then once a week for a few weeks to ensure continued success.

Detox symptoms may initially be experienced, which may include headaches, lassitude or body aches, but these are only temporary and are quickly followed by a sense of well being.  It is important to ensure adequate intake of pure water during and after each treatment as one can develop a headache from the treatment if not sufficiently hydrated and to flush out dead organisms and metabolic waste by-products.

Dr L. Emdin was one of the first practitioners to use the Rife Resonator in South Africa in 1997 and he has extensive experience with this device.  He has also lectured at two international Rife Conferences in Canada.

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