Royal Raymond Rife & the Green Ray
Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971) of San Diego was a savant.
He invented a powerful cinematic microscope to see disease germs in motion.
Some of these germs weighed much less than a trillionth of an ounce.
He devised a magnetic compass to measure their electromagnetic fields.
He developed an electrical discharge tube that shot a powerful green ray across a room to kill germs that were unharmed by X-rays and UV rays.
The green ray was bright enough to light up his entire laboratory with an eerie green glow.
It was so strong that he had to contrive a liquid salt screen to protect his hands from severe burns.
Physicians flocked to him for demonstrations.
Forty-four respected physicians actually attended a banquet honoring both Mr. Rife and the “end of all disease.”
The Green Ray never killed any germs inside the body. One of its frequencies was so strong it broke every bit of glass in Rife’s lab.
You have to give Rife credit. He was a former chauffeur.
Fast-forward eighty-five years.
Two things happened.
1) The Assassins in White (Mainstream Medical Mafia) deny the entire story.
2) Phony Rife Machines abound. No green ray is included.
The only man who really understood Frequency Medicine (Vibrational Medicine) was Emanuel Revici, M.D. (1896-1997), who wrote that “the great differences in carcinogenic properties of various agents is the result of differences in their energetic spectra.”
Someday (as soon as possible) I’d love to work with a licensed medical doctor (not one of the Assassins in White) who has access to a licensed laboratory to reveal these frequencies.
Millions of lives could be saved by using elementary Frequency Physics.