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The simple answer is YES, but it was suppressed. The full story can be read in Barry Lynes book “The Cancer Cure That Worked!” Dr. Rife’s story truly fits into a quote by Albert Einstein:

“Great Spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”

Royal Raymond Rife was formally educated at Johns Hopkins, but was self-educated in numerous different fields. He mastered such a wide variety of disciplines that when he needed a new technology for his research, he simply invented and built it himself. His self-education also enabled him to look for answers outside of rigid scientific methods.

In 1920, Rife built his first microscope (which was capable of seeing live viruses) and bought his first frequency machine. This began his research into identifying different microbes associated with many diseases and finding the frequencies that would kill them.

It took Rife many years, sometimes working 48 hours straight, until he found the specific frequencies that destroyed cancer, herpes, polio, influenza and many more disease organisms. By 1939, he had found the lethal frequencies for 52 major diseases.

In 1933, Rife constructed his amazing and incredibly complex Universal Microscope. It had 5,682 parts and had 60,000X magnification. By employing a revolutionary method, the microscope used light to illuminate live microbes heretofore viewed as a dead specimen. This enabled Rife to see otherwise invisible organisms and detect the frequencies that would kill them. By 1933, Rife had also built a precise and effective frequency device. He would tune this device to the lethal frequencies of the organisms (which he called the Mortal Oscillatory Resonance- MOR) until the microbe disintegrated. The healthy surrounding tissues were unharmed by this process.

Rife had done the seemingly impossible. He had discovered technology that could observe all living viruses and bacteria and find their MOR. He had also developed an advanced frequency generator that was capable of emitting an oscillatory electromagnetic field that eliminated the cause of a disease.


During Rife’s research he discovered a virus that caused cancer. Using Koch’s Theorem he proved that the virus caused cancer. He then infected 400 lab mice with the virus and waited until they developed tumors. They were then exposed to the frequency device set at the cancer virus’s MOR. This cured all 400 mice. Rife painstakingly documented all of this work with film, photographs and meticulous records. The next step was human beings.

In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to bring 16 terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, CA. They would be treated with Rife’s mitogenic impulse-wave technology and examined by a team of doctors and pathologists after 90 days—if still alive.

Upon examination after 90 days, 14 were declared completely free of cancer. The treatment was then continued for the remaining two patients. They were then declared cancer-free four weeks later.

Not only had Rife done what most considered impossible, but all of his work was re-verified in clinical trials by the Special Medical Research Committee in 1935 and 1937.

What followed was a sad story of corruption and suppression by selfish and greedy people with vested interests in the status quo. Along with Barry Lynes book there are numerous websites detailing the Rife story.

Although vast quantities of Rife’s life’s work was destroyed or vandalized, enough remains to help people today with Rife’s technologies. Furthermore, with the explosion of the internet and more and more qualified individuals becoming aware of and interested in health technology, the future is very bright for the treatment of life threatening illnesses with painless and inexpensive methods.

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