Three original Rife Machines have been found. Find out how they really worked by reading:
The Rife Machine Report
The Rife Machine Report
The Gruner Schematic
Philip Hoyland's Beam
Ray Laboratory Rife Machine
1) Used a ray tube.
2) Had one RF oscillator which was set on a fixed frequency.
3) Had a fix audio pulsing circuit.
4) Power usage was about 450 to 600 watts. Output to the ray tube was probably 40 watts.
In this chapter we will cover two instruments. First, Dr. Gruner’s Rife machine and second, the Beam Ray Laboratory Rife machine. The reason for this is the work done on the Gruner instrument lead too many discoveries of how Dr. Rife’s machines worked. The first instrument we will discuss is the Gruner Rife Machine. From some recent documents that were found by Mr. Ringas we have found it necessary to change some of the information in this chapter which deals with Dr. Gruner’s Rife instrument.
The new documents that were found by Mr. Ringas revel the fact that the Gruner Rife machine had one fixed RF oscillator. It was previously believed that this instrument was a Beam Ray laboratory instrument which had two high RF frequency oscillators. We didn't believe that anyone would have built an instrument that only put out one frequency, but they did. We now know from these documents that this was an incorrect assumption that we made. The new information comes from two letters written to John Crane back in 1953 from Dr. O. C. Gruner. John Crane at that time was inquiring about the status of Dr. Gruner’s Rife machine that was sent to him in 1942 by Dr. Milbank Johnson M.D.:
Dr. Gruner: “You refer, I suppose, to the ray machine which Milbank Johnson sent “in bits” to me in Montreal [Canada]. Vergil Neher assembled it, but actually I had to purchase a large amount of the radio material to be able to get it completed. I used this machine quite a bit, and it was very successful at first; but after about six months it “faded”, first the tubes seemed all right. The only reason would have been changes in the glass of the globe [ray tube probably darkened due to contamination from metal electrodes] as a result of the discharges… I could send the plan [schematic] of the apparatus.” (Letter from Dr. Gruner to John Crane, March 31, 1953)
Dr. Gruner: “I enclosed the diagram [schematic] of the Ray Machine as made here in 1942. So I hope it will be of interest to you. It will not be necessary to return it. It is to be noted that it was made only for one frequency; obviously it would be necessary to alter the design to enable many frequencies to be used.” (Letter from Dr. Gruner to John Crane, April 29, 1953)
These two letters changed all our understanding of this instrument. John Crane had altered the schematic and put a second Hartley oscillator on the schematic which confused us when we originally built the instrument. This second Hartley oscillator, added by John Crane, which will be shown in a photo below, made it so the instrument would have had one fixed RF oscillator and a second variable RF oscillator. This second variable RF oscillator, that John Crane added to the schematic, would make it so that instrument could output many different frequencies. Logically this is what Dr. Rife, John Crane and John Marsh wanted in an instrument. But this is not how Dr. Gruner’s original instrument worked.
From the analyzing of the original Beam Ray Clinical instrument, which was built by Philip Hoyland, we know that it had the capability of variable audio frequencies. We need to point out here that Dr. Gruner’s ray tube instrument did not work on the Beam Ray Clinical instrument harmonic sideband method. From these two letters we now know that Dr. Gruner’s instrument work on the same principles as the Rife Ray #4 instrument. That instrument output the specific frequencies directly from its two variable RF oscillators. Because the Rife Ray #4 put out specific frequencies it also used a modulated fixed audio pulsing circuit to pulse the high RF frequencies that were used to devitalize the various microorganisms. This modulated fixed audio frequency pulsing method was used with all of Dr. Rife's instruments. The Gruner schematic which has this modulated fixed audio frequency pulsing circuit revels how Dr. Rife used this pulsing method in his instruments. With this understanding we now have a clearer understanding of how these four instruments, Rife Ray #3, Rife Ray #4, Beam Ray Laboratory and Gruner Rife machine really worked.
As we pointed out when we initially looked at Dr. Gruner’s schematic, several years ago, we were under the wrong assumption, because John Crane altered the schematic by adding the second Hartley oscillator to Dr. Gruner’s schematic. But that wrong assumption actually caused us to build an instrument that worked almost exactly as the Rife Ray #4 did. Except the instrument that we built from Dr. Gruner’s schematic did not have as high a frequency range as the Rife Ray #4. Because of what we have just explained we feel that the information that we obtained from the initial building of the Gruner schematic, several years ago, should be kept in this report. What was learned, even under the wrong assumption, reveled how the Rife Ray #4 was built and will still be of interest to those who may want to build this instrument.
The Beam Ray Laboratory instrument would have worked like the Gruner instrument and the Rife Ray #4 instrument since both of these were to be used in a laboratory. An instrument that worked like the Rife Ray #5 ir Beam Ray Clinical instrument, which worked on the harmonic sideband method, would have been useless in any laboratory work since you could never know the exact frequency that killed, devitalize or rendered harmless an organism. For this reason the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument is still included in this information about Dr. Gruner’s Rife instrument.
The Initial Gruner Schematic Work Done in 2007 and 2008.
In one of the previous version of this report we dealt with the concept that the Gruner instrument was a heterodyning instrument. We now know that this method was not used in the Gruner Rife Machine therefore the heterodyning concept was removed from a previous rewriting of this document. Though the Rife Ray #4 Rife Machine could output two frequencies at the same time and those two frequencies did heterodyn in the ray tube, this was a byproduct of the instrument not the method used to produce the M.O.R. frequencies needed to devitalize or render harmless the microorganisms. The knowledge that we gained through our testing of this concept is the reason much of the history and work that we did at that time is still included in this report. It was that testing which gave us the understanding of how the Rife Ray #4 worked and how the Beam Ray Laboratory Rife Machine would have worked.
We do not have a picture of Dr. Gruner's Rife instrument so we have no idea what it looked like. However this did not affect the building the instrument from the schematic. The Rife Machine in the photo shown at the beginning of this chapter is probably a photo of the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument built by Philip Hoyland. John Crane dated that instrument in the above photo as being built in 1935 but we know that the Rife Ray #4 was built in 1935. The knowledge of the Laboratory instrument came from the Beam Ray Trial manuscript. A complete copy of this transcript was provided when Steven Ross allowed use to scan it. I would like to acknowledge his generous contribution of this information which has given us a great deal of understanding so that we could figure out the history of how and when the instruments were built.
After reading for the first time the complete Beam Ray Trial manuscript we found there was mention of a Laboratory instrument. It appeared that this Laboratory instrument was probably meant to be used by those who would be working in laboratories with microorganisms for testing. Dr. O. C. Gruner worked in a laboratory with organisms and worked with Dr. Rife on the organism called Cryptomyces Pleomorpha fungi. The Laboratory instrument was mentioned two or three times but no real information was given about it. Below are statements made by Bertrand Comparet and Philip Hoyland in the Beam Ray Trial that gives us some important information about this instrument:
COMPARET: “The four machines bought by the British were two so-called laboratory types and two so-called clinical types, what was the difference between the two.”
HOYLAND: “The clinical type was similar in all respects to the Rife machine except that it did not have [word missing] of the [word missing] used on Mrs. Henderson.”
COMPARET: “How was the price of these machines fixed.”
HOYLAND: “The price was decided from the costs of what it cost to manufacture the first machine that was sold to Dr. Hamer.”
COMPARET: “How much was that?”
HOYLAND: “I think it was four hundred dollars plus the royalty.”
COMPARET: “Wasn’t it five hundred dollars plus royalty on the clinical type and six plus royalty on the lab type.”
HOYLAND: “I don’t remember.” (Beam Ray Trial Transcript #209-210, 217-222)
Since this Beam Ray Laboratory Rife Machine was for Laboratory work it would have worked like the Rife Ray #4 but because the case was smaller it probably had a smaller frequency range. The Rife Ray #4 had nine frequency bands that covered from 87,000 hertz to 22.5MHz (22,500,000 hertz). The first four bands of the #4 covered from 87,000 hertz to 2,140,000 hertz. These four frequency bands would cover the whole list of Dr. Rife’s disease organisms listed on the Rife Ray #4 documents. With this understanding we know that the Laboratory instrument at least covered this frequency range. We will not speculate if it had a higher frequency range because we really do not know if it did.
Deciphering Dr. Gruner's Beam Ray Instrument Schematic.
Several years ago a group of us had been looking on the Gruner schematic in hopes of trying to figure out how it worked. I had built and tested both the 1953 AZ-58 Beam Ray Clinical instrument and 1950's Aubrey Scoon, Beam Ray Clinical replica instruments. To our knowledge none of these instruments ever obtained the same results as the original Beam Ray Clinical Rife Machine built by the original 1938 Beam Ray Corporation. All the documentation we had showed that there were changes made to the original Beam Ray design which compromised the1953 AZ-58, and possibly 1950’s Aubrey Scoon, Verne Thompson instruments. John Crane, over the years told many people that the AZ-58 and the audio frequencies it used were Dr. Rife’s original frequencies. The Rife documents we have show that what John Crane claimed was not correct. Dr. Rife was not using audio frequencies in 1934 as John Crane and John Marsh claimed. Rebuild of the 1953 AZ-58 and Aubrey Scoon's instrument partially made the rediscovery of the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument possible.
At the 2003 Rife Conference, a gentleman put up the Gruner schematic of an original Beam Ray instrument. From reading the Rife documents I knew that this schematic existed because John Crane had mentioned it in his papers. John Crane said that the AZ-58 was built from that schematic. When I saw it I knew it was important, so I took still photos of it with my video camera. Because the video camera only had a one mega-pixel capability I took many up close photos knowing I could put it back together at a later date. Back in 2004 I gave this schematic to Aubrey Scoon and his British Rife group in hopes that they could look it over and correct any mistakes that may have been made. They redrew the schematics, without fully correcting them, and put them up on their web site. This information was released because we wanted everyone to have access to it.
Back on July 27, 2007 a Mr. Andrews, who was one of the British Rife group and I got into another conversation about the Gruner schematic. He asked me to send him another copy of the original Gruner schematic so he could look it over again. An email conversation began at that time which included Mr. Peters, Mr. Ringas, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Berger and myself. Mr. Peters immediately noticed that the schematic that had been redrawn by the British group had some errors in it. Discussions continued on and off for a few months until one day Mr. Peters noticed an over sight when looking over the schematic again. At the time we thought it had to do with the heterodyning method. But now we understand that this oversight was one of the keys to understanding how the Rife Ray #4 and Beam Ray Laboratory Rife Machines would have worked.
Mr. Peters sent Mr. Ringas and I an email. He mentioned that a possible test could be made that would determine if this observation of his was the key to understanding how the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument really worked. I called Mr. Peters and had a discussion with him and he told me how we could make these tests. I told him that we did not need to do the test with solid state frequency generators because I had conducted a similar test back when John Bedini and I were working on the AZ-58 tests. John Bedini and I knew that the original Rife Ray #4 instrument was a lot more powerful than the AZ-58 because of the information given in the Rife Ray #4 documents. After more accurate testing we found the AZ-58 only output about 40 watts from the ray tube. I told him that I still had my 1950's Aubrey Scoon replica and several AZ-58’s on the shelf. I told John Bedini that the original Beam Ray Clinical instrument, from the documentation that we had, may have output about 50 to 60 watts from the ray tube. He told me how I could make a test, by putting two AZ-58s together, which would give me at least 60 watts out of the ray tube. I didn’t know it at that time but that test was probably the way the Rife Ray #4 and Beam Rays Laboratory instrument worked.
I told Mr. Peters I would connect the AZ-58 and Aubrey Scoon instruments together again and make the tests that he suggested, but this time I would use my spectrum analyzer and we would fully make tests and find out if this was the method Philip Hoyland used. This test made the two instruments work exactly the same as the Gruner Beam Ray schematic would have worked with John Crane's addition of the second variable RF oscillator. This test was the key to understanding how Philip Hoyland’s Laboratory instrument and Rife Ray #4 instrument worked. I had always stated that Philip Hoyland had to have come up with his method using math because they didn’t have any spectrum analyzers back in 1936. In looking back that test showed that the Rife Ray #4 was heterodyning in the ray tube. Though we now know the heterodyning method was not used by Dr. Rife the method of connecting the ray tube up to two RF oscillators showed that this was the method used with the Rife Ray #4 which had two RF oscillators.
We will now show how Philip Hoyland’s Rife Ray #4 and Beam Ray Laboratory instrument worked. We can do this because we have been able to rebuild these instruments from the Gruner schematic. This information should be of great interest to all who have been interested in Dr. Rife’s work.
Rebuilding The Philip Hoyland Beam Ray Laboratory Instrument.
When this schematic was analyzed Mr. Peters noticed that the British group had overlooked a second Hartley RF oscillator that was in the lower left corner of the Gruner schematic. This was the variable oscillator that John Crane added to the schematic after he received it from Dr. Gruner. At this time we did not know that this second oscillator was not part of the original schematic. The British group believed this oscillator was the same RF fixed Hartley Oscillator that used the 809 tube. Below are four photos of the Gruner, Beam Ray schematic. Photo one, is the complete Gruner schematic. If you would like to see a larger image click here.
In schematic photo two, shown below, is the fixed RF carrier frequency section that used the 809 tube.
In schematic photo three, shown below, is the second oscillator that was overlooked by the British group. This was the oscillator that John Crane added to the schematic which caused us to misinterpret how the instrument worked. You will notice that the second oscillator that John Crane added says Hartley Oscillator. Because the first fixed oscillator that used the 809 tube is a Hartley Oscillator the British group assumed that both of these oscillators were the same. This overlooking of the second oscillator that John Crane added would have made the instrument work exactly as Dr. Gruner had stated his instrument worked. Dr. Gruner stated that the instrument was fixed on one frequency. It was the overlooking of this second Hartley oscillator, added by John Crane, that Mr. Peters noticed. If you look at the second Harley Oscillator, in the middle photo, that does not use the 809 tube, you will notice that it has a variable capacitor. This variable capacitor shows that there were two Hartley Oscillators shown on the schematic. One fixed and one variable.
The fourth schematic photo, shown below, shows that the first fixed Hartley Oscillator was connected from the tank coil to the negative side of the ray tube. If you look closely at the photo you will notice that the positive side of the ray tube was also to be connected to a Hartley Oscillator.
If you hooked the positive side of the ray tube back up to the same fixed Hartley Oscillator it would have only output one frequency as described by Dr. Gruner. This adding of the second oscillator, by John Crane, is why there was confusion on how this instrument worked. The positive side of the ray tube was supposed to be hooked back up to the same fixed oscillator. But with the adding of the second variable Hartley Oscillator, by John Crane, would mean that the positive side of the ray tube would have been hooked up to the second Hartley oscillator. This would have made it so the ray tube would be connected between the two Hartley Oscillators. The negative side of the ray tube connected to one oscillator and the positive side of the ray tube connected to the other oscillator.
The second Hartley Oscillator was also an RF Oscillator. It had a tank coil and a variable capacitor for changing the RF frequencies. Anyone looking at this schematic will notice that it does not have any variable audio oscillator. Philip Hoyland’s Beam Ray Gruner instrument was using an RF frequency not an audio frequency. This would logically mean that Dr. Gruner was using one of the Rife Ray #4 frequencies. Because Dr. Gruner was working on the cancer organism of Cryptomyces Pleomorpha fungi his instrument was most likely set on that organisms frequency.
Because we did not know that John Crane had added this second oscillator we came to the conclusion that the logical way to build the instrument would have been to have had two Hartley Oscillators using the 809 tubes. So this is the way that we built the instrument. By using the method of connecting the ray tube between the two Hartley Oscillators, both variable, the instrument could output two high RF frequencies at the same time without the bandwidth problems that would have come with trying to modulate frequencies through a tank coil. The tank coil in the Beam Ray Clinical instrument can only pass modulated frequencies up to about 250,000 Hertz. Because we put the ray tube between the two Hartley Oscillators and found that the instrument could work this way we determined that Philip Hoyland most likley built the Rife Ray #4 and Beam Ray Laboratory instrument in this same way. Our instrument could output two frequencies at the same time.
The Beam Ray Laboratory instrument probably had some band switches like the Rife Ray #4. What the frequency range of this Beam Ray Laboratory instrument was is not known but it would have gone up to at least 1.80 MHz like the Rife Ray #3 Kennedy equipment did. Dr. Rife’s Rife Ray #3 and Rife Ray #4 machines put out specific frequencies and this instrument, it appears, was built to do the same thing. If Dr. Rife wanted 1,604,000 Hertz he would set the oscillator to 1,604,000 Hertz. This was the type of instrument Dr. Rife used. When you look at the case of the Laboratory instrument it is a large case that could have easily held the necessary components for this instrument. The instrument would have had two large dials on the front of it. In the photo, shown at the beginning of this chapter, the pole that holds the ray tube is blocking part of the panel where we would expect to see the second dial for the second oscillator.
The Modulated Audio Frequency Pulsing Circuit.
In this report, in the previous chapters, we have mentioned a fixed audio frequency pulsing circuit. We will now cover it in more detail because the Beam Ray Gruner instrument had this circuit in its schematic. This circuit pulsed the high RF frequencies. We know it was important because it was considered the secret that made the instrument work. If you look at the next schematic photo, shown below, you will see two audio transformers. This is the only indication of any audio frequency used in Dr. Gruner’s instrument.
It was not a variable audio oscillator but it was for a single fixed audio frequency. The 76 and 45 vacuum tubes along with the two audio transformers make up this circuit. Mr. Peters built this section and found that the frequency was at about 1330 Hertz and it pulses, through modulation, the fixed Hartley Oscillator RF carrier frequency that used the 809 tube. The next two photos, shown below, is this rebuilt circuit.
This 1330 Hertz frequency could have been a little higher or a little lower frequency because he used modern transformers instead of the original 1940's transformers. This pulsing frequency is a lot faster than the eye can see so no one would know it was in the instrument. If you look at the next photo, shown below, you will see the waveform of the pulsing frequency. It resembles a damped wave minus the ring oscillations of a true damped wave.
This waveform also looks like the waveform of the Rife Ray #4. This waveform would produce the effect that John Crane mentioned as he narrated Dr. Rife’s 1936 Lab video:
Crane: “Now the spikes that you see on the frequencies are the lethal part that kill and devitalize the virus. They are the resonant peaks of the frequencies which increase the voltage to a very high potential which the cells of the virus wall can not tolerate and they break up into many pieces and are destroyed.” (Dr. Rife’s Lab Film Narrated by John Crane in the 1970's)
It's doubtful that this understanding of the spikes would have been something that John Crane would have known anything about had Dr. Rife not told him about it. From the statements we have read the resonant frequency of an organism is not enough to devitalize it. It’s apparent that an organism’s resonant frequency will not harm it unless the resonant frequency is pulsed through modulation with a waveform that produces a high potential voltage rise. It also appears that this modulated audio pulsing circuit would have been necessary for all of Dr. Rife’s high RF frequencies. Logically this same type of circuit would have been in Dr. Rife's Rife Ray #3 and Rife Ray #4 and this is why the Gruner instrument also had this kind of circuit built into it. Also, logically his Beam Ray Laboratory instrument had this circuit.
In the previous chapter of this report when we covered the original Beam Ray clinical instrument. We showed that a sine wave audio frequency modulated onto a carrier frequency, in this M.O.P.A. style instrument, was sufficient enough to create the necessary pulse to devitalize the various microorganisms. The analyzing of that Beam Ray Clinical circuit showed that it almost creates a square wave frequency. The Beam Ray Clinical instrument output variable audio frequencies well above 10,000 Hertz. This indicates that the pulse rate of the modulated audio frequency is not important, only that the high RF frequency is pulsed.
There is another important effect that happens to the plasma of a ray tube when you pulse it with a low audio frequency of a damped shaped waveform or square wave waveform. Because the duty cycle is very low it allows deionization of the plasma which makes it possible for the very high potential voltage rise to be emitted from the ray tube. A square wave audio frequency of a 50% duty cycle should be just as effective as a damped waveform. A square wave has the same high potential voltage rise on the leading edge as this damped wave. Philip Hoyland found that even a sine wave frequency was sufficient to achieve the same result when used in the M.O.P.A circuit. His Beam Ray Clinical instrument circuit was modulated with a sine wave audio frequency that produced a waveform that almost looks like a square wave waveform and that waveform would devitalize the organisms. The next photo, shown below, is that waveform. We are showing this waveform so that the reader will understand what we are talking about.
This all indicates that an audio frequency modulation with a high RF frequency is what makes the frequencies work on microorganisms. The waveform of the audio frequency whether it is a damped wave or square wave makes no difference in its effectiveness.
The next photo, shown below, is a picture of Dr. Rife’s waveform from his Rife Ray #4 Rife Machine. We showed this waveform in a previous chapter but we need to show it again. This waveform came from Dr. Rife's 1939 lab film. The lab film shows that he put a metal plate about 3” X 8” under the ray tube and ran his oscilloscope lead to it so he could read the frequencies. This photo shows the type of waveform he was using to devitalize organisms. It also matches the waveform produced by the 76 and 45 vacuum tubes in the Gruner instrument we are looking at in this chapter. We now know from the rebuilding of Dr. Gruners instrument and from the analyzing of the Beam Ray Clinical instrument, the two waveforms that were used, how they were created, and the method that should be used for doing M.O.R. research.
Both Mr. Peters and I rebuilt the Gruner instrument using two variable RF oscillators. We did not put the various bands in it like the Rife Ray #4 or the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument because we first believed it was a heterodyning instrument. Now that we know that Philip Hoyland’s Beam Ray Clinical instrument used upper harmonics of the Rife Ray #4 frequencies it doesn’t seem necessary that we put the different bands into the instrument. Our instruments will probably be adjusted so we can cover a range from about 1 MHz to about 4 or 5 MHz. Then we will multiply up the Rife Ray #4 frequencies into these ranges, like Philip Hoyland did with the Beam Ray Clinical instrument, and use them with this instrument. Other than John Crane adding the second Hartley oscillator the Gruner schematic was a complete schematic. The pulsing circuit was drawn correctly and worked. It also showed how Dr. Rife produced the damped waveform which pulsed his high RF frequencies in his instruments.
Mr. Peters built his instrument using 805 tubes and I built my instrument using 812A tubes. The AZ-58 Beam Ray Clinical replica RF section was almost exactly the same (809 vacuum tube replaced with the more powerful 812A tube) as the Gruner circuit. The reason I built the Gruner instrument using the 812A tubes is because the 809 is no longer being manufactured. We were also able to replace the modulated pulsing circuit consisting of the 45 & 76 tubes with a single high voltage switching transistor driven with a function generator which outputs the 1330 hertz pulse frequency. With the use of this transistor we can use any audio frequency we want to use. Using this transistor we believe makes the design better because we can output all the lower audio frequencies including the original audio frequencies used in the AZ-58. My instrument has two Vernier dials which allows me to output two high RF frequencies at the same time like the Rife Ray #4 did. The ray tube is connected to both tank coils instead of having one side of the ray tube go to ground. It is the connecting of the ray tube between the two RF oscillators that makes this design work like the Rife Ray #4 would have done.
Please note: There is a modern instrument built today that is called the "Beam Ray." It works nothing like this original 1930’s Beam Ray Laboratory instrument built by Philip Hoyland. We are not saying anything negative about the modern Beam Ray instrument but some people have asked us if these instruments work on the same principles and frequencies and they do not. We have only given this information so people are not confused about these two instruments.
Below are the photos of the Gruner instruments that we built. Because John Crane altered the schematic by adding the second oscillator we built this instrument with two oscillators. I built mine with two variable RF oscillators which made it work like the Rife Ray #4 and the Beam Ray Laboratory instrument. For this reason we refer to this instrument, in the photos below, as the Laboratory instrument. Below these photos is a schematic for this instrument.
The next photo below, shown below, is of the schematic of this Rife Machine. If you want a higher resolution copy of this schematic click here. This is a redrawn schematic of the original design. We replaced the smaller vacuum tube of the second Hartley Oscillator with the 809 tube. The layout of the electronic parts of this instrument is very important because of the inherent interference problems that come with RF oscillators. Anyone wanting to build this instrument should have a good understanding of old tube technology. Some parts of this circuit use up to 2000 volts DC with substantial current and can easily kill anyone not experienced in working with this kind of current or voltage. We take no responsibility for anyone who builds this instrument. We recommend that you have professional help.
Chapter Summary: Dr. Gruner's machine was built to be set on one high RF frequency. It had no variable audio oscillator and did not work on the sideband method developed by Philip Hoyland. It had a fixed audio pulsing circuit that modulated the high RF frequency causing a high potential voltage rise in the waveform of the RF frequency being outputted to the ray tube. Because it used only one high RF oscillator it would have been set on Dr. Rife's high RF frequency for the organism Dr. Gruner was working on.
The Beam Ray Laboratory machine was built to work like the Rife Ray #4. It was built to be used in a laboratory for doing M.O.R. work on microorganisms. It would not have been built like the Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument which worked on harmonic sidebands. The Beam Ray Clincal instrument would not have worked in a laboratory setting since it devitalized all of the organisms in Dr. Johnson's laboratory due to the many sideband frequencies it would output.
We will now look at the next original Rife Machine replica that was purchased by Aubrey Scoon and his British Rife group.