Dr. Royal Rife’s healing frequencies

Rife discovered a way to use specific frequencies to destroy pathogens.

by Brenda Haas-Krieger — 

Dr. Royal Rife’s use of directed sound waves to heal cancer and infectious disease was one of the great discoveries of 20th century medicine. Unfortunately, Rife’s gift to mankind was famously quashed by a master of medical marketing.

During Rife’s time, the American Medical Association was run by Morris Fishbein. He is charitably described as a man who dominated medicine and discredited anything he could not control. He was enthralled with Rife’s discoveries and wanted to buy the rights to Rife’s work, but Rife refused to sell to him.

“In response, Fishbein decided that if he could not control the therapy, he would suppress it,” wrote Richard Gerber, author of Vibrational Medicine. Rife’s offices were searched without a warrant, and his equipment was seized more than once.

Although Rife was hounded until he died in 1972, his work did not disappear. In fact, its effectiveness has triggered a revival today.

Rife was an optical engineer and technician of great skill, clearly ahead of his time. His first success was his Universal Microscope in the late 1920s. With it, he was able to view the living cancer virus — a feat that our modern, high-powered electron microscopes still cannot do.

Rife discovered a way to use specific frequencies to destroy pathogens. He constructed the Beam Ray (or Ray Tube) with a cathode ray tube mounted on a base and attached to frequency-generating electronic components. The Ray Tubes were initially filled with helium, then later with neon and argon gases.

Rife found that every virus, bacterium, parasite and other pathogen is sensitive to a specific frequency of sound and can be destroyed by intensifying that specific frequency, until it literally explodes. Think of the soprano who shatters a glass with her single, pure, focused tone. The glass explodes, and nothing else around it is harmed. Rife programmed the Beam Ray to deliver specific frequencies that correspond with specific pathogens. Patients exposed to the frequencies over time were cured of serious illnesses.

After demonstrating the effectiveness of the Beam Ray on animals, many doctors substantiated Rife’s findings and used it on humans with the same high success rate.

Healing became possible without drugs, invasive surgery, high medical bills or an unhealthy dependence on someone else for your healing. Patients could essentially heal themselves.

After the AMA persecuted Dr. Rife, others doctors feared losing their licenses if they used his techniques.

Barry Lynes broke the silence in 1987. He wrote a book, The Cancer Cure That Worked, documenting Rife’s life, breakthroughs in technology and the many people cured by it. A more recent book, published in 2004, is Lyme Disease and Rife Machines by Bryan Rosner.

As a result, many people are using Rife machines today — either buying one or working with a practitioner who has one. The main reason for this is that the Rife Beam Ray returns the power of healing where it belongs: with you.


Brenda Haas-Krieger, M.S, D.D., has used the QXCI and Rife frequencies in her healing practice for many years. 480-314-0065, or

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 27, Number 5, October/November 2008.

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Web Analytics