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Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

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Post  whodathunkit on Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:44 am

rdk, I got Nenah's book on your rec. Thank you! I've learned a lot already, even though I haven't been able to get that deeply into it. Right now I'm just concentrating on what unit to get, to get me started and/or to plan for long-term. So I have a few questions, if you don't mind answering.

1) What is an SC-1A? I can't seem to find the answer anywhere. Feel like a goob.

2) What-all kinds of electric therapy devices do you own (Rife, PEMF, Doug Coil, etc.)?

3) If money were not an object, what device(s) would you get that you don't currently own? "Realistically" priced (like under $10,000), I mean.

4) For many reasons I like radiant plasma, but have concerns about RF. Plasma tube machines are also more expensive. However, I also would like to address any latent cancer-causing issues, as C runs in both sides of my family. So am also interested in devices that emit RF and support electrodes/handholds/footpads/etc. allowing better signal penetration. Any suggestions besides this $$$ mack-daddy ( http://www.thegb4000.com/ ) that does both (and has an option to turn off the RF mode)?

Thanks as always for the great advice.

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  ubraj on Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:36 pm

The SC-1A is the older version. The newer version is called SG-1 and is a device that broadcasts frequencies where distance is not a factor. You can't detect frequencies coming from it as they are scalar waves. Here is a picture of it. http://blog.frequencyfoundation.com/2009/04/scalar-craft-1a-sc-1a-sending-device.html

You'd essentially be doing what Dr. Sutherland does (http://blog.frequencyfoundation.com). You'd also want to eventually buy a subscription to his frequencies for about $160 or so but you can experiment with all the other frequencies people have found useful in the beginning.

Dr. Lloyd (www.royalrife.com) recently started using one and reporting his results with it on his yahoo forum as well. Dr. Lloyd is one of the biggest and most known experts in Rife and previously the one who put together Rife conferences in the past. Basically, with Dr. Lloyd, someone with his caliber, getting involved with the device and giving his results with it, sure makes me feel less crazy that one can broadcast frequencies where distance is not a factor. I do always recommend to sleep next to it as that seems to give the fastest results however.

Here is one quote from Dr. Lloyd to help explain

"There is a phenomenon called “quantum entanglement.”The basic idea is
that there are situations where two particles act almost as though they
were a single particle.

An experiment has been conducted where a positron has been caused to
collide with an electron.The result is two photons.These two photons
that were formed at the same time are in a state of entanglement. If
they are moved to distant locations, they still are connected with each
other.If you do something to one of them, the other will respond
instantly.That is, there is no time delay.

Experiments have been done with diamonds.A diamond can be split and the
two pieces will show entanglement.

There are reports of experiments that suggest that DNA that is taken
from a donor remains in a state of entanglement.


Here is a quote from the internet

EXPERIMENT #2

These were experiments done by the military. Leukocytes (white blood cells) were collected for DNA from donors and placed into chambers so they could be measure electrical changes. In this experiment, the donor was placed in one room and subjected to "emotional stimulation" consisting of video clips, which generated different emotions in the donor.

The DNA was placed in a different room in the same building. Both the donor and his DNA were monitored and as the donor exhibited emotional peaks or valleys (measured by electrical responses), the DNA exhibited the IDENTICAL RESPONSES AT THE EXACT SAME TIME. There was no lag time, no transmission time. The DNA peaks and valleys EXACTLY MATCHED the peaks and valleys of the donor in time.

The military wanted to see how far away they could separate the donor from his DNA and still get this effect. They stopped testing after they separated the DNA and the donor by 50 miles and STILL had the SAME result. No lag time; no transmission time.

The DNA and the donor had the same identical responses in time. What can this mean?

But again, if this is too crazy for you then I recommend to just sit close by (within about 5 feet) and the frequencies will be more noticeable and you'll feel less crazy, lol.



Plasma devices are nice. Especially with the GB4000 with the MOPA which costs a little over $4,000. With the MOPA, this is one of the closest ways to get back to what Royal Rife did way back. With me however, I don't really want to expose myself needlessly to EMF fields as Dr. K has mentioned before with his experiments is that mold with grow at a much faster rate and produce much more potent biotoxins in response. A couple people also have noticed bacteria reproducing faster in response to plasma but not to a coil.

You also wouldn't want to be connected directly through a plasma device where your feet would be connected to a ground plate but things like GB4000 with MOPA are fine or PERL (which is another one of the best Plasma units but also very expensive).

Also, plasma bulbs only last for so many hours before you need to spend a couple hundred dollars or whatever for a new bulb.

So again, plasma is very nice. The way I think of it is it's like the old Rife machines. The Doug Coil is also an old style Rife machine but it has a benefit in that it's a pulsating magnet so it's partly like a PEMF device. The Doug Coil is labor intensive if one is trying to eradicate a lot of pathogens with one so I mainly just use it as a PEMF device where I'm not too concerned with the frequency.

So again, I really like the F-165 with SC-1A combo. There is a very large learning curve and one really needs to be an independent researcher however. I've done some very very big things with it on myself and other family members that I never could have done with other methods but in each case there was a lot of experimentation to find what pathogens were the issue and what frequencies benefited and which frequency they liked to make the feel better (beneficial normalizing frequencies). Actually, it takes month of constant searching in each case but once you find the right ones it's almost like a miracle.



What kind of electric devices I own? Quite a few. Many very good air purifiers. A lot of different LED and LLLT devices. Doug Coil. F-165/SC-1A. Super Zappicator. Several Zappers. Negative ion generators. Earthing recover bag. and more.

What else would I own. Honestly, not much more. Just things to make my life easier. An earthpulse PEMF ($600) would be nice to make my life more convenient. A second F-165/SC-1A as running two Rife machines at the same time next to each other gives faster results (at least on other Rife machines it does). This radionics machine to remove mold whihch Dr. Lloyd uses this on top of his SG-1 which would be nice to help with other family members who have a mold problem. http://www.royalrife.com/activator.html This Static Gen II or Pyro Energen would also be nice to remove viruses and to use it at night for faster results. http://www.royalrife.com/static_gen.html This would make life easier so you don't have to guess which viruses are the problem. While not fully needed using this to remove the viral issue for cancer and the radionics machine to remove mold would be very handy in a lot of cases. I would also buy or make quite a few more Zappicators to make my life easier so I can zappicate all my food easily.


Beyond this, I'm not really looking at any other electronic gadgets beyond a $20,000 PEMF machine. Beyond this, it's not so much the most expensive gadgets give the best results as it is the knowledge of how to use the electrical gadgets. It's the knowledge on how to use them that gives the results.

If I really wanted to go all out a FSCAN and Hadoscan would be nice. That way it will tell you which frequencies and which problems one has an issue with. It's not needed by 99.9% of the people but Sutherland uses it to make sure he's on the right track when finding frequencies. They would cost $5,000 and Hadoscan I believe is $10,000 or so dollars. Newport uses the EPFX which costs I believe $15,000 or so.

Regarding cancer, just don't forget there are other methods you'd also want to do beyond electrical gadgets. Here is a very good article. http://www.royalrife.com/cancer.html

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  ubraj on Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:58 pm

helpmyhair1 wrote:

To get started with rife, would this be what I need:

- F165 Frequency Generator
- SC-1A

Yes, that's correct. It's also nice to own a BNC to alligator clip ($6 on ebay) and handholds or foot pads ($20 on ebay) for the rare occasion you want to zap yourself.

But yeah, that it is one of the Rife machines out there you can buy. Every Rife machine is a little different.

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  whodathunkit on Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:37 pm

Thanks for that big honkin' post, rdk! Very informative and helpful. I think you've given me what I needed to go on, as one primary problem I've found when trying to research rifing equipment on the internet is that it's not always that easy to find. Probably on purpose. "Broadcasting" the frequencies is the primary reason I was attracted to plasma...sounds like the SC-1 will solve that problem. I will try to "put it together" myself now. Smile Thanks again, very much!

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  calvicie on Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:32 am

thanks rdkml, your posts are very insightful. I expect to get my F-165 and SC-1A out of customs in the next few weeks (it's been 4 f'ing months) and am looking forward to getting started. I noticed you prefer to run yours while sleeping. I'm just curious, is there a downside to daytime rife-ing? I spend much more time in the office than I do in the bed (10 hrs vs 6 hrs) and I share a bed, but don't share an office. As such, I'm considering setting up the equip at work as opposed to at home. On the other hand, I could rife two birds with one stone I suppose if I run scripts at night. I appreciate your efforts in helping us noobs. Suerte.

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  ubraj on Thu Mar 22, 2012 9:22 am

Well, the SC-1A runs 24/7 where it sends the frequency to me by putting my hair brush or whatever on the SC-1A. I also sleep next to the bean which is faster and more noticeable. The only downside to sleeping next to it is that some frequencies can interfere with your sleep. But the the upside is that a couple frequencies you can put in such as 3.9 Hz will actually put you to sleep if you have insomnia.

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  whodathunkit on Thu Mar 22, 2012 9:25 pm

rdk said:
the SC-1A runs 24/7 where it sends the frequency to me by putting my hair brush or whatever on the SC-1A.

So you're talking about DNA signalling? Just trying to keep it all straight.

And I'm sorry, but...what in the heck is a "bean"? I'm completely lost on that one. Very Happy

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Post  whodathunkit on Thu Mar 22, 2012 9:52 pm

Also, this article

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/03/ff_antivirals/

raises some concerns I've had about broadly applying rife while only guessing what to target: namely, that I might advertently harm in some beneficial organisms in my body (or the bodies of my pets), kind of like antibiotics do. Haven't read that deeply into it yet, but my question for rdk: do the beneficial organisms harmonize more closely with our own frequencies, thus escaping harm?

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Post  Mastery on Fri Mar 23, 2012 12:15 am

Great posts jdp. Just great!

Chelsea Hope Sanctuary in Lafayette has MOPA, foot baths, 8 Rife machines and much more - all by donation...

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  ubraj on Fri Mar 23, 2012 4:15 am

whodathunkit,

The bean/magic bean is a nickname for the SC-1A/SG-1 that was coined on curezone.

In short, yes, it gets complicated and a whole lot to learn and really best to read information from others on the subject of Rife and to read other forums. And reading information on PEMF is also good as PEMF and Rife are sorta two sides of the same coin in a manner of speaking.

Will you damage beneficial bacteria by running Rife frequencies. The short answer is no.

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Re: Some good hair results, plus an autoimmune cause question

Post  dreft on Fri Mar 23, 2012 7:02 am

rdkml wrote:whodathunkit,

The bean/magic bean is a nickname for the SC-1A/SG-1 that was coined on curezone.

In short, yes, it gets complicated and a whole lot to learn and really best to read information from others on the subject of Rife and to read other forums. And reading information on PEMF is also good as PEMF and Rife are sorta two sides of the same coin in a manner of speaking.

Will you damage beneficial bacteria by running Rife frequencies. The short answer is no.

Don't really understand why is there a lot to learn in order to use a rife. Of course, the more one knows, the better. But for people without bright brains and medical knowledge: basically I run the script that is already made by people who know what they are doing and the pathogens should be killed. If one without any knowledge like me only wants to treat (not to actually know everything) would use a rife, will not work?...why, the freq could be different in my body and I would have to find other ones?...don't understand

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Post  ubraj on Fri Mar 23, 2012 6:08 pm

mihai,

I've been at it for almost two years and I'm probably half done with the the possibilities. I'm still playing catch up.

I've talked with a few others who have been doing this longer than I have and they also learn new things all the time.

I'll leave you with a quote from Jeff Sutherland

"Electromagnetic fields control all activities of biological systems. Organ systems, cells, DNA, chemical interactions, and atoms can be balanced to provide optimum health and well-being. The future of longevity enhancement is frequency application."

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Post  dreft on Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:22 am

rdkml wrote:mihai,

I've been at it for almost two years and I'm probably half done with the the possibilities. I'm still playing catch up.

I've talked with a few others who have been doing this longer than I have and they also learn new things all the time.

I'll leave you with a quote from Jeff Sutherland

"Electromagnetic fields control all activities of biological systems. Organ systems, cells, DNA, chemical interactions, and atoms can be balanced to provide optimum health and well-being. The future of longevity enhancement is frequency application."

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Post  bh2o on Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:03 am

Yanks wrote:I left some GFSE diluted w a tiny bit of water in yesterday for a few hours. My hair is kind of dried out today and not looking so good even after following up w and overnight emu application. My scalp got itch as I slept, but now when the GFSE was on. We'll see what comes... I might just do this every couple of weeks for a half hour or so. I also do ACV/cayenne so I'm not sure if this is necessary for calcification

Have you kept up with the topical GFSE? I have applied 5-15 drops the past three nights mixed with some emu oil. Have not had a negative reaction to report, nothing positive either, but it is still early. When I drink it with water it's very strong so I'm suprised that after applying it topically I do not feel any sensations.

I'm going to keep it up daily, and see what happens.

On a different note. Loving the rife discussion. Have been interested in it for a while, but I am still not at the point to commit to it yet. Keep it up guys (and gals if there are any Wink).

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Post  manofmanytrades on Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:39 am

So far the frequency i've been running seems to have noticeably reduced my sensitivity to grains. I would always get sore muscles after eating grains but ever since ive begun this the level of soreness is about a third of what it used to be. RDKML, I thought I was running a FL1953 freq but after rereading the description that you had on it, it is just a general pathogen freq. Do you know of a specific FL1953 freq? I cant find one on curezone or anywhere on the inet...

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