In 1984, I was given copies of more than 500 documents relating to Rife's research from the 1920s through the 1940s. One letter in particular has always held a special fascination for me. The letter is dated November 4, 1936, and is written from Dr. Milbank Johnson in Pasadena, California, to Dr. O. C. Gruner, in Montreal, Canada.
"…We are having a great time out here. I have opened a clinic in the Pasadena Home for the Aged and am having excellent luck. Of course, what I am trying to do is to experiment with the effect of the Rife Ray on bacteria in vivo. Our laboratory work has demonstrated pretty conclusively what it will do in vitro."
"The clinic is held three mornings a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Yesterday I had eighteen patients. Among them were two cases of pulmonary tuberculosis, three cases of carcinoma, two cases of old chronic varicose ulcers of the leg, and sundry other cases."
"Last summer, in hunting for an MOR, for the other two reproductive forms of the cryptomyces pleormorphia, we ran into a new band of oscillations which introduced itself to us by killing all three forms... at the same time that this new wave band arrived, we broke all the glass in the laboratory of a certain shape, not only in the room where we were working, but in all the other rooms. As we had moved into the new laboratory before the reinforced concrete was perfectly dry, we had been troubled by a great deal with a mold because in the microscope room there were no windows, but this band not only destroyed that mold, which was growing on leather objects in the room, but also every bacteriological culture that we had in the laboratory!"
"It cleaned us out completely so that we had to start from scratch and replace our losses. In fact we were all so surprised that we began to feel each other's pulses to see if we were still alive. As no harm had been done to us, we proceeded to test the new band out on mice, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, and dogs. So far as we were able to discover, it is not at all destructive or injurious to normal cell tissue. While we have been forced to modify our machines so as to produce this new band, still it is so much more effective clinically that we look upon it as a very advantageous discovery. However, our experience has forced us to do all of our experimenting with the new ray completely outside of our laboratory building or we have to abandon all forms of bacteriological experiment, because it instantly kills them all."
"…With kindest regards to yourself and Mrs. Gruner and also Dr. Archibald if you should see him, I am very sincerely, your friend, Milbank Johnson."
During the time of this letter, the Rife Research Laboratory was located in San Diego, California. The interesting points of this letter are:
- The different types of bacteria in all of their experiments were killed off
- All the glass of a certain shape throughout their facility broke, and
- The mold on various leather objects was instantly destroyed.
Monday, on Facebook, I watched a video of a music teacher discussing the recent discovery of the destruction of cancer cells utilizing sound. I am very pleased to learn of the direction of the music professor's research. However, from a historical perspective, Royal R. Rife and his associates have already demonstrated this concept with a multitude of viruses, bacteria, germs and other pathogens in the 1930s. Let's follow this "new discovery" and see if now is the right timing for this approach to be accepted.
There are wonderful therapeutic benefits available through the use of the correct frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum. We hear from many of the cancer fundraising groups that we are so close to the cure and with more money the answer will be discovered. We are told, "the answer is right ahead, we are about to find the cure." Perhaps we should take a look over our shoulder and see what we might have passed, in regards to cures for some of our biggest health problems. Everything is energy. To empower.