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Anybody own a rife machine? Which machine can you recommend?
I am trying to treat Lyme disease and I am seriously considering putting out the money for a good rife machine

Any recommendations?
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I don't have one, but have always been interested. They seem like a good idea to me.

I notice google is recommending one. LOL!

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what do you mean by Google is recommending one?
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I am looking at the EMEM model right now.
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what do you mean by Google is recommending one?
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This is what I see when I open this thread:

Detox Box - Rife Machine
New 2009 Model - 0% Financing - All Rife Frequencies - 3yr Warranty
www.2detoxify.com

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what do you mean by Google is recommending one?


This is what I see when I open this thread:

Detox Box - Rife Machine
New 2009 Model - 0% Financing - All Rife Frequencies - 3yr Warranty
www.2detoxify.com

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Oh i see, but I don't see any ads on my screen. Wonder why?
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this is another unit I've been checking out

[link to www.braintuner.com]
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nobody?
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well, it was worth a try
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Not exactly up on electronic machines with probes.
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I own a Global Wellness Machine. I love it. The frequencies are pre-programmed and it runs "sequences" that are numbered differently than true frequencies.

It's a couple of years old - now there is a new model FDA approved. Personally, if the FDA approves it...I wouldn't buy it. I keep wondering what modifications the manufacturers were forced to make.

There is one called the GB 4000. Lots of people recommend that one. Google it. It's about $2400 for the machine, amp and the case. It runs true frequencies instead of preprogrammed "sequences".

I have also used a VIBE machine on occasion. It was great...although the FDA forced them to rename it...I forgot what it's called now. I think they run about $18,000.

Join the yahoo group for Rife. You'll find a lot of information there.
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The very very best, OP, and you can pay in installments.

[link to www.rife911.com]
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I am trying to treat Lyme disease and I am seriously considering putting out the money for a good rife machine

Any recommendations?
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I'm into Rife therapy and equipment in a big way. What exactly are you trying to treat? Just Lyme disease?
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I own a Global Wellness Machine. I love it. The frequencies are pre-programmed and it runs "sequences" that are numbered differently than true frequencies.

It's a couple of years old - now there is a new model FDA approved. Personally, if the FDA approves it...I wouldn't buy it. I keep wondering what modifications the manufacturers were forced to make.

There is one called the GB 4000. Lots of people recommend that one. Google it. It's about $2400 for the machine, amp and the case. It runs true frequencies instead of preprogrammed "sequences".

I have also used a VIBE machine on occasion. It was great...although the FDA forced them to rename it...I forgot what it's called now. I think they run about $18,000.

Join the yahoo group for Rife. You'll find a lot of information there.
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thank you, I have been checking out the GB 4000 also.

Have you actually seen any noticeable health improvements using the global wellness machine?
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I own a Global Wellness Machine. I love it. The frequencies are pre-programmed and it runs "sequences" that are numbered differently than true frequencies.

It's a couple of years old - now there is a new model FDA approved. Personally, if the FDA approves it...I wouldn't buy it. I keep wondering what modifications the manufacturers were forced to make.

There is one called the GB 4000. Lots of people recommend that one. Google it. It's about $2400 for the machine, amp and the case. It runs true frequencies instead of preprogrammed "sequences".

I have also used a VIBE machine on occasion. It was great...although the FDA forced them to rename it...I forgot what it's called now. I think they run about $18,000.

Join the yahoo group for Rife. You'll find a lot of information there.
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The FDA, your greatest enemy. You future murderer. Bastards!!!!!!

Why can't the world be righteous, instead of run by evil?
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I own a Global Wellness Machine. I love it. The frequencies are pre-programmed and it runs "sequences" that are numbered differently than true frequencies.

It's a couple of years old - now there is a new model FDA approved. Personally, if the FDA approves it...I wouldn't buy it. I keep wondering what modifications the manufacturers were forced to make.

There is one called the GB 4000. Lots of people recommend that one. Google it. It's about $2400 for the machine, amp and the case. It runs true frequencies instead of preprogrammed "sequences".

I have also used a VIBE machine on occasion. It was great...although the FDA forced them to rename it...I forgot what it's called now. I think they run about $18,000.

Join the yahoo group for Rife. You'll find a lot of information there.
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We (my family) have a Vibe machine. Don't spend that money. It's just a Tesla coil with some (Scientific American) gas tubes attached in an interesting-looking configuration on top. But the tubes are too chinzy to produce plasma wave electotherapy properly. The REAL Rife tube was called a Phanotron tube, and is still available from one source in Canada for about $450 US.

The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.
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I am trying to treat Lyme disease and I am seriously considering putting out the money for a good rife machine

Any recommendations?


I'm into Rife therapy and equipment in a big way. What exactly are you trying to treat? Just Lyme disease?
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well I REALLY wish I knew what I was treating! 10 years of seeing many many many doctors and they still haven't a clue what's really wrong with me. I'd have no diagnosis.

I have severe muscle wasting in my thighs, especially near the knees. I also have severe pain, inflammation, and nerve tingling in my shoulders. Along with low energy and digestive problems.

lyme is the onlydiagnosis that actually fits ALL my symptoms.
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.
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okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?
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The very very best, OP, and you can pay in installments.

[link to www.rife911.com]
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why do you say that is the best? Have you used it? What kind of results did you have?
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.


okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?
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My brother has a manufactured Rife machine called a Resonant Light PERL machine. It's a turn key machine for about 5k. James Bare is the fellow most credited with the rediscovery of Rife technology and he's a practicing Chiropractor in New Mexico. Google his site, I forget it.

Also, look at www.rifeforum.com and do the free sign up and get the search function enabled. Then write down your problems and you'll get some professional help on your problems and machine choices. Just be aware that many of the manufacturers (especially the GB4000) are there and using the threads to glean customers.

Anything James (Jim) Bare says, you can take to the bank. He has a modular setup for about $2000 that's 300 watts PLASMA tube machine, and that includes an Atelier Robin Function Generator that is usable like the GB4000 but is MUCH more powerful.

Sorry, I have to go, but that should get you started.
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.


okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?


My brother has a manufactured Rife machine called a Resonant Light PERL machine. It's a turn key machine for about 5k. James Bare is the fellow most credited with the rediscovery of Rife technology and he's a practicing Chiropractor in New Mexico. Google his site, I forget it.

Also, look at www.rifeforum.com and do the free sign up and get the search function enabled. Then write down your problems and you'll get some professional help on your problems and machine choices. Just be aware that many of the manufacturers (especially the GB4000) are there and using the threads to glean customers.

Anything James (Jim) Bare says, you can take to the bank. He has a modular setup for about $2000 that's 300 watts PLASMA tube machine, and that includes an Atelier Robin Function Generator that is usable like the GB4000 but is MUCH more powerful.

Sorry, I have to go, but that should get you started.
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thank you, yes I just went to the forum and registered. I have been looking at that resonant light model and it looks great. But $5000 is a lot of money to spend. Would love to find a used one.

Do you know where Bare sells the $2000 unit?
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The very very best, OP, and you can pay in installments.

[link to www.rife911.com]


why do you say that is the best? Have you used it? What kind of results did you have?
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This thing is just anohter contact device. If it doesn't use a PLASMA tube, it doesn't resemble the Rife machine. NONE of these are actual Rife machines. Rife is dead, and his story is very interesting but we're STILL trying to duplicate the verified results he got, nearly 70 years ago!
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This machine will also cure cancer. Royal Raymond Rife
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.


okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?


My brother has a manufactured Rife machine called a Resonant Light PERL machine. It's a turn key machine for about 5k. James Bare is the fellow most credited with the rediscovery of Rife technology and he's a practicing Chiropractor in New Mexico. Google his site, I forget it.

Also, look at www.rifeforum.com and do the free sign up and get the search function enabled. Then write down your problems and you'll get some professional help on your problems and machine choices. Just be aware that many of the manufacturers (especially the GB4000) are there and using the threads to glean customers.

Anything James (Jim) Bare says, you can take to the bank. He has a modular setup for about $2000 that's 300 watts PLASMA tube machine, and that includes an Atelier Robin Function Generator that is usable like the GB4000 but is MUCH more powerful.

Sorry, I have to go, but that should get you started.


thank you, yes I just went to the forum and registered. I have been looking at that resonant light model and it looks great. But $5000 is a lot of money to spend. Would love to find a used one.

Do you know where Bare sells the $2000 unit?
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yeah, here's his webpage. But you can call him and talk with him about it. But he's kind of the "grandad" of Rife technology so know what you're talking about, first. Don't waste his time. He won't give you a sales pitch.

Sit down this evening, and just read the Rife forum. There's TONS of lyme info there. Good luck with this.
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yeah, here's his webpage. But you can call him and talk with him about it. But he's kind of the "grandad" of Rife technology so know what you're talking about, first. Don't waste his time. He won't give you a sales pitch.

Sit down this evening, and just read the Rife forum. There's TONS of lyme info there. Good luck with this.
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did you mean to post a link?
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.


okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?


My brother has a manufactured Rife machine called a Resonant Light PERL machine. It's a turn key machine for about 5k. James Bare is the fellow most credited with the rediscovery of Rife technology and he's a practicing Chiropractor in New Mexico. Google his site, I forget it.

Also, look at www.rifeforum.com and do the free sign up and get the search function enabled. Then write down your problems and you'll get some professional help on your problems and machine choices. Just be aware that many of the manufacturers (especially the GB4000) are there and using the threads to glean customers.

Anything James (Jim) Bare says, you can take to the bank. He has a modular setup for about $2000 that's 300 watts PLASMA tube machine, and that includes an Atelier Robin Function Generator that is usable like the GB4000 but is MUCH more powerful.

Sorry, I have to go, but that should get you started.
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I built one of the J. Bare devices a couple of yrs. ago for research-not that hard to do-get the book and tape or dvd. It puts out way more power than most comercial rife devices. You can download the frequencies on the net.
My wife was cronically ill till I used the parasite frequencies on her-(always treat for parasites). get a book or two on rife treatment. Helps to have a background in health care and electronics. Think I spent about $400 for mine.
For lime disease I've heard great things about nano particle coloidal silver-look into it-again not that hard to make if your comfortable with high voltages (10,000 volts AC). A few tricks though like using H2O2 etc.
Again don't mess with either unless you know what the hell you're doing or there's a real good chance you'll may get killed or the shock of your life, not to mention screw your equipment up-not for amatures!
As for as the nano col. sil. goes-don't believe the mickey mouse doses the manufactures recommend-way to low-X 5 at least.
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I built one of the J. Bare devices a couple of yrs. ago for research-not that hard to do-get the book and tape or dvd. It puts out way more power than most comercial rife devices. You can download the frequencies on the net.
My wife was cronically ill till I used the parasite frequencies on her-(always treat for parasites). get a book or two on rife treatment. Helps to have a background in health care and electronics. Think I spent about $400 for mine.
For lime disease I've heard great things about nano particle coloidal silver-look into it-again not that hard to make if your comfortable with high voltages (10,000 volts AC). A few tricks though like using H2O2 etc.
Again don't mess with either unless you know what the hell you're doing or there's a real good chance you'll may get killed or the shock of your life, not to mention screw your equipment up-not for amatures!
As for as the nano col. sil. goes-don't believe the mickey mouse doses the manufactures recommend-way to low-X 5 at least.
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yes, I would say there is a bout a 0% chance of me building a rife machine! Ha ha! I am useless when it comes to electronics.

but I am glad to hear the rife worked for your wife.

is there a machine on the market you can recommend?

as far as the colloidal silver goes,I am very well educated on it. The problem is that my issues are in my knees and shoulders, and it is very hard for the silver to get their into the joints and do its thing. It just doesn't really seem to help
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I own a Global Wellness Machine. I love it. The frequencies are pre-programmed and it runs "sequences" that are numbered differently than true frequencies.

It's a couple of years old - now there is a new model FDA approved. Personally, if the FDA approves it...I wouldn't buy it. I keep wondering what modifications the manufacturers were forced to make.

There is one called the GB 4000. Lots of people recommend that one. Google it. It's about $2400 for the machine, amp and the case. It runs true frequencies instead of preprogrammed "sequences".

I have also used a VIBE machine on occasion. It was great...although the FDA forced them to rename it...I forgot what it's called now. I think they run about $18,000.

Join the yahoo group for Rife. You'll find a lot of information there.


thank you, I have been checking out the GB 4000 also.

Have you actually seen any noticeable health improvements using the global wellness machine?
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Absolutely. I wouldn't be without it. I love it! It does amazing things. I would like to buy the GB 4000. I've been looking at it for a couple of months now.

I have never tried it for Lyme. I have had some massive infections - and it's helped a lot.

Have you tried salt therapy for you Lyme? Many people swear by it. I think they combine it with massive doses of vitamin C.
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There's a book out called "THE TOP TEN LIME DISEASE TREATMENTS". I'm sure you wont go wrong with it-it's available at numerous sites on the net-runs about $21.00 with shipping. It does cover rife treatment.

As far as rife equipment, I would call Dr. Bare up-he's a very friendly guy and I'm sure he could help you find a good machine. I would look into the Wade rifetech devices as well. Dr. Bare has an office in NM-you'll prob get his receptionist, but he's pretty good about returning calls.
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The GB4000 is just a contact frequency generator, and the guy who owns the company is kind of a prick. But for the same money, you can get a full Rife-like setup from several other vendors...depending on what you want to do with it.


okay, which "other vendors" are you referring to specifically? Which specific machines?


My brother has a manufactured Rife machine called a Resonant Light PERL machine. It's a turn key machine for about 5k. James Bare is the fellow most credited with the rediscovery of Rife technology and he's a practicing Chiropractor in New Mexico. Google his site, I forget it.

Also, look at www.rifeforum.com and do the free sign up and get the search function enabled. Then write down your problems and you'll get some professional help on your problems and machine choices. Just be aware that many of the manufacturers (especially the GB4000) are there and using the threads to glean customers.

Anything James (Jim) Bare says, you can take to the bank. He has a modular setup for about $2000 that's 300 watts PLASMA tube machine, and that includes an Atelier Robin Function Generator that is usable like the GB4000 but is MUCH more powerful.

Sorry, I have to go, but that should get you started.


thank you, yes I just went to the forum and registered. I have been looking at that resonant light model and it looks great. But $5000 is a lot of money to spend. Would love to find a used one.

Do you know where Bare sells the $2000 unit?


yeah, here's his webpage. But you can call him and talk with him about it. But he's kind of the "grandad" of Rife technology so know what you're talking about, first. Don't waste his time. He won't give you a sales pitch.

Sit down this evening, and just read the Rife forum. There's TONS of lyme info there. Good luck with this.
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I've noticed that people who are affiliated with certain machines tend to discount other machines. It's a real turn off.

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