The Rife Machine Report

What Is Distance Therapy

Dr. Rife

Distance therapy is just another name for Radionics, Machine Therapy or Remote Healing. People should understand that Dr. Rife never used Radionics nor did he believe in it. It was Dr. Albert Abrams who came up with the concept of Radionics.

Keep in mind all of Dr. Rife's work was based on scientific testing in his laboratory using proven testing methods used by all reputable laboratories. Dr. Rife could actually observe under microscope observation the devitalizing of many microorganisms when using the frequencies he found. This is something Radionics or distance therapy has never been able to accomplish. We realize that some people believe in distance therapy but these people should understand that it has never been proven to work under microscope observation.

For many years people have been attempting to legitimize distance therapy. Over the past two decades some Rife type machine builders have associated Radionics or Distance Therapy with Dr. Rife's name in an attempt to combine Rife's technology with distance therapy as though Dr. Rife used both methods. People who really understand how Dr. Rife's equipment worked know that Radionics, Distance Therapy or Remote Healing has not been shown to work on microorganisms in laboratory testing. If this eventually happens then that will be the time when people can trust that it works and that it is a verifiable scientific method.

Due to the fact that Distance Therapy has never been proven to work in laboratory settings people are now trying to associate it with another unproven methodology in order to possibly explain how it might work. They are now associating it with “Scalar Waves.” If you look up Wikipedia under the definition of "Scalar Wave" you will read:

SCALAR WAVE: “Scalar wave theory is a controversial theory and is considered pseudo science by most qualified scientists. A scalar wave is a purported type of electromagnetic wave that works outside physics as we know it. The central conceit is that scalar waves restore certain useful aspects of Maxwell's equations "discarded" in the nineteenth century by those fools Heaviside, Hertz and Gibbs. It has since been adopted by alternative medicine practitioners as the new "quantum": a universally-applicable science handwave to support any arbitrary claim whatsoever. In physics, a quantity described as "scalar" only contains information about its magnitude. In contrast, a "vector" quantity contains information both about its magnitude and about its direction. By this definition, a "scalar wave" in physics would be defined as any solution to a "scalar wave equation". In reality, this definition is far too general to be useful, and as a result the term "scalar wave" is used exclusively by cranks and peddlers of woo.”

And under Radionics you will also read:

RADIONICS: “The claims for radionics devices contradict the accepted principles of biology and physics. No scientifically verifiable mechanisms of function are posited. In this sense, they can be described as magical in operation. No plausible biophysical basis for the "putative energy fields" has been proposed, and neither the fields themselves nor their purported therapeutic effects have been convincingly demonstrated.”

As can be seen by both of these quotes the methodology behind Distance Therapy and Scalar waves are both unproven methods. If people want to try Distance Therapy there is nothing wrong with giving anything a try but people should understand that it is not based on verifiable science. Dr. Rife's method of using resonate frequencies was verifiable. In some situations the microorganisms showed no physical change but when cultured in the laboratory they would not reproduce. Culturing of organisms is another verifiable method used in laboratories. This method was always used by Dr. Rife to verify that they were devitalized regardless if he could actually see it being devitalize or not. The only way to be 100% sure is to culture the organism. Distance Therapy has failed 100% of the time when clutured.

Dr. Rife was so confident in his work that both he and Henry Siner, his laboratory assistant, injected the cancer causing BX organism into their bodies and used the resonant frequencies to devitalize it. No one would do this unless they were 100% confident in their results.

Dr. Rife found that his instrument could kill or devitalize microorganisms on a slide placed under his microscope. When it came to organisms inside the body the ray tube had to be within 12 to 24 inches to have the greatest effect. The reason it is more difficult to devitalize an organism in the body is due to the fact that the body has impedance or resistance to electrical frequencies penetrating into it.

In one document it is mentioned that Dr. Rife’s ray tube instrument could devitalize organisms outside the body, on a slide under his microscope, up to 1000 feet way from the ray tube. But the concept that a frequency can be sent remotely through Distance Therapy half way around the world, with only 1/5th of one watt of power or less, and devitalize or kill an organism in the body is a stretch for almost anyone’s imagination. The problem is it required at least 50 watts of energy to devitalize a microorganism 1000 feet away outside the body and only a few feet away inside the body. Dr. Rife could not get the resonant frequencies to work in any other way.

What most people do not understand is energy loss is governed by physical laws. Any power which is broadcast from a plasma tube or metal antenna is governed by the “Inverse Square Law” of physics. This means that for every foot you move away from the power source you have to divide the power by a factor of four times. At one foot away from the ray tube you only have 12.5 watts of power. At 2 feet away you only have 3.125 watts and at 3 feet away you only have 0.781 watts of power. It does not take very long and the power level becomes so weak that it cannot devitalize or kill anything.

This is why the concept of Distance Therapy or Remote Therapy using frequencies has never been proven viable in any laboratory setting under microscope observation. The only reason people believe that Dr. Rife was able to do what he claimed he could do is due to all the evidence that exists. Many other doctors and scientists came to his laboratory and observed his results. Two of these prominent people were world renowned Dr. Arthur Isaac Kendal and Edward C. Rosenow. They worked with Dr. Rife on several different projects. If he was a fraud then Dr. Rife would not have been able to fool these two bacteriologists for very long. Below is a link to the many published articles about Dr. Rife's work.

Dr. Rife's newspaper articles.

The problem is people who believe in Distance theraphy are trying to convince other people that Distance therapy is already a proven science and it somehow works through the DNA. We quote:

QUOTE #1: “A third, and less common, mode of transmission uses the principles of quantum physics and the antenna properties of DNA to transmit through what physicists call nonlocal space. These are remote machines...you don’t have to be in the same room as the machine, or even in the same country (no, we’re not kidding), so it’s hand-free and it can be used while sleeping. Not as fast as contact or plasma, but equally effective, and...well, that’s it, really.”

QUOTE #2: “the DNA contained in the fingernails or hair could transmit energy directly to the owner of that DNA simply by placing the samples between the machine’s electrodes. With no wires or physical contact needed.”

The idea that you can treat the DNA of a person with a frequency generator, which only has the power output of 1/5th of one watt or less, remotely, using Distance Therapy anywhere in the world from a location thousands of miles away sounds too good to be true. These people want you to believe in something that defies all common sense, rational thinking or science. And yet there are people willing to believe anything. Now if you asked these people to drink a glass of water with dangerous microorganisms treated remotely by Distance therapy they are unwilling to do it. When their life is on the line apparently their faith is not strong enough. If it was really a viable method then faith would have nothing to do with it and it could be verified scientifically.

When challenged to prove that this method works on microorganisms placed under a slide this method has failed every time. If it fails under microscope observation it is going to also fail in a glass of water or in someone’s body. Dr. Rife spent 30 years of his life on the work of devitalizing microorganisms. Many other doctors and scientists came to his laboratory to observe his work. If he was promoting some kind of fraud these scientists would have easily discovered this. Instead they left his laboratory amazed at what he had been able to accomplish. His work was legitimate science. Just the number of newspaper articles that covered his work is amazing. Today 70 years later you have people claiming Dr. Rife's work was all faked. But those who worked with him and came to his laboratory were completely convinced of his work through their first-hand observations.

Until Distance Therapy can kill or devitalize even one microorganism under observation, either right next to the microscope or half way around the world, it will never convince reasonable people. This is why no legitimate frequency generator manufacturer will even promote or imply that this method has anything to do with Dr. Rife or his original machines.

There appears to be one scientific phenomenon that explains why people come to believe in Distance Therapy. Everyone has heard of the placebo effect. If you look up placebo effect you will read information such as these quotes found on a Medical Websites:

PLACEBO EFFECT: "A beneficial effect, produced by a placebo drug or treatment, that cannot be attributed to the properties of the placebo itself, and must therefore be due to the patient's belief in that treatment. Sometimes a person can have a response to a placebo. The response can be positive or negative. For instance, the person's symptoms may improve. Or the person may have what appears to be side effects from the treatment. These responses are known as the "placebo effect."

HOW DOES THE PLACEBO EFFECT WORK?: "Research on the placebo effect has focused on the relationship of mind and body. One of the most common theories is that the placebo effect is due to a person's expectations. If a person expects a pill to do something, then it's possible that the body's own chemistry can cause effects similar to what a medication might have caused."

Since it has been scientifically proven that whenever you use human beings in medical tests you will always have about a 35% placebo effect this can give a false belief that what you are testing is working. This is because the human mind is a powerful thing. Even if they are given a sugar pill they will get better. For this reason animals are used in scientific tests in order to eliminate the placebo effect. For many people Distance Therapy appears to be working on the same scientific phenomenon that the placebo effect works on. And this placebo effect will convince many people that it is a legitimate method of treating people. Because of the placebo effect anything can be shown to work but it will not be verifiable beyond the 35%. This is why Dr. Rife would have nothing to do with these unproven methods and why these unproven methods should not be associated with Dr. Rife's legitimate method of devitalizing microorganisms using resonant frequencies.

The real concern with Distance Therapy is some people with serious health problems initially trust that it will help them only to find out later that they were misled into the belief that it is based in scientific fact. Below is just one of many statements put on forums which discuss Distance Therapy problems:
QUOTE: “I have about 90 reported cases on file, of members who experienced Distance Therapy this way and they were complaining heavily to me telling me how criminal and irresponsibly they had been handled. When they tried to point this out they were just attacked and ridiculed as non-believers. Such attacks made forum members afraid to talk about their negative experiences online, so many of them flooded my inbox with their complaints.”

Because Distance Therapy appears to be based on the placebo effect only about 35% of the people will get any benefit from it. And this 35% will believe that it works as claimed. But the other 65% will get no benefits and will not believe in it. But if they complain to those who promote Distance Therapy they are called non-believers. The fact that they are called “Non-Believers” shows that Distance Therapy is basically based on the scientific phenomenon known as the placebo effect. People with serious health issues many want to be careful about placing their trust in Distance Therapy.

The fact is Dr. Rife’s scientific methods of determining various diseases are still used today in standard research laboratories. Everything he did was done under strict laboratory testing methods. He never worked in the world of the placebo effect. If people want to believe in unproven methods it is certainly their right to do so but no legitimate manufacturers of Rife equipment or frequency generators will promote Distance Therapy as a proven method. They also should not connect Dr. Rife's name with it in an attempt to give it some legitimacy.