What is it?
Rifing is what you do with a frequency generating machine, also known as a Rife Machine. Essentially this involves mildly electrocuting yourself in order to kill any bacteria and viruses in your system. Sounds fun right?
Rife machines are named after a most interesting chap called Royal Rife. In the 1930’s this fellow invented a very powerful microscope that allowed him to see things on a whole new scale of tininess. His technology revealed all the little wonders and nasties floating around in our bodies. Years of research and experimentation revealed to him which frequencies were needed to kill which nasties. There’s all sorts of other interesting parts to this story floating around, including cancer cures, conspiracies and pyramid selling schemes in the 1980’s. Alternative medicine is nothing if not spicy right?
These days there are various frequency generating machines available online, though they are officially labelled as pseudoscience by the powers that be, as well as most proponents of allopathic medicine. Despite this Rifing’s popularity appears to be on the rise… Maybe Royal Rife will have his day in the sun yet.
Why use it?
To kill the bugs in your system. Many people appear to be Rifing in tandem with, or as a replacement for antibiotics in the treatment of Lyme disease and a range of other chronic conditions. The internet provides quite a few success stories of those who have plateaued or worsened after using pharmaceuticals and after turning to Rife technology appear to have recovered.
Like most things in the world of chronic illness, it appears sensible to start slowly and increase your Rife activity slowly. Anywhere from once or twice a week and building up to where ever seems most effective. From the reports I’ve read it seems that consistent, long term treatment over at least a period of months is what gets the best results.
So far my research has spewed forth two leading candidates for treating Lyme disease. But it seems there are many more than just these too available.
1. The GB4000. Sounds like the next model of Terminator sent back in time to rescue humanity from those sneaky old robots. Being a science fiction fan I like this fact.
2. The Doug Coil Machine. This ones gets it’s name from Doug Maclean a most resourceful fellow who in desperation cured himself and his family from Chronic Lyme disease after failing to recover on antibiotics. Here is a link to an interview with Doug Maclean.
My Experience? (20/7/2013)
I’m yet to try Rifing but plan on getting myself a machine some time later this year and to get myself buzzed. It seems large amounts of study and commitment are required to make the most of the technology so I’m waiting for exactly the right time to get started.
Tips & Ideas
- The book titled When Antibiotics Fail: Lyme Disease and Rife Machines gets strong reviews. Although the author Bryan Rosner cops criticism in certain forums for being a strong advocate of the controversial Marshall Protocol amongst other things. As always, do your research.
- An inspiring Rife Recovery Story from a lady in the US who used the GB4000.
- A very informative forum discussion from Phoenix Rising can be found here exploring the use of Rife machines for treating CFS/ME and also Lyme.
- Here is a good source of general Rife knowledge.
- Here is an interesting post in a forum exploring the difference between zappers and frequency generators like the RIFE machine. It’s still not all that clear to me but I dig the photo this guy posts.