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Jeff Rense Radio - John Bedini's Work on Royal Raymond Rife 1/13

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Published on Mar 5, 2010

September 6th, 2006 edition of The Jeff Rense Radio Program. Jeff Rense interviews John Bedini about his work with Royal Raymond Rife's groundbreaking medical technology. John Bedini worked with Robert Strecker M.D., a pathologist with a Ph.D. in pharmacology, and John Crane, one time associate of Rife, to investigate and recreate Rife's accomplishments. The conversation is very informative for both inquisitive and technical minded people.

Royal Raymond Rife - scientist, machinist, optician - was born in 1888 in Nebraska. In his time he studied bacteriology at John Hopkins University and the University of Heidelberg, earning an honorary medical degree from the latter. He also received a Research Fellowship in biochemistry from the Andean Anthropological Expedition, as well as over a dozen government awards for his scientific discoveries. Rife microscopes might be explained as light interferometers that can illuminate and magnify specimens upwards of 50,000 times without harming them. According to Bedini, key components included the superheterodyne for mixing frequencies, tube oscillators for regenerative feedback, and quartz prisms. Rife's microscope technology was used to devise the criteria necessary to effectively operate his 'bio-ray machine' which could obliterate viruses and the like using resonant RF and audio frequencies. If the information in this interview is accurate, not only was Royal Raymond Rife's work revolutionary but it has also been improved upon by others since it was introduced over eighty years ago.



http://johnbedini.net/john34/rife.html
http://www.rife.de/
http://www.rife.org/
http://www.rense.com/

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