A New Development in the Application of Electronic
Medical Design Principles from Alpha Omega Labs
Experimental Plasma Frequency Generator:
An Introduction | Operator's Manual
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or years we have monitored the electronic medicine field, including the many devices that claim to be descendants of Royal R. Rife's work, inspired, as were many thousands in the alternative health care community, with the now famous monograph by Barry Lynes. (If you are unfamiliar with Rife and his work, please read our Rife Primer).
We have, along the way, encountered scores of devices, the vast majority of them using VHF frequencies for healing purposes expounded by Rife protege, John Crain.1
The quest has been marked by repeated disappointments, both by developers and promoters all too eager to make claims that, at best, are clearly exaggerated on the one hand -- and food and drug officials (particularly in the U.S. and Canada) on the other who have no problem throwing out the baby with the bath water. Some have been closed down by federal agencies, and quite deservedly. But others, in a tradition of travesty that extends back to Royal Rife himself, have been ill-treated simply because the dominant governments in North America have declared war on an entire applied discipline in the healing arts -- at the behest of their large corporate clients who could lose billions if technologies already fully developed, and successfully tested clinically, were brought to market.
These are dangerous times to be seekers of Truth . . .
Last April (2003), serendipity intervened and we encountered an electronic engineer in the U.S. who had been researching Rife technologies for many years. We discovered that he had put together a prototype of a new machine based on pulsed electric field and oscillating magnetic field studies ironically published by, of all sources, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration! 2, 3
What was far more astonishing, however, were the sheer number and gravity of the testimonials that the prototype had managed to garner within just a few months of testing. For legal and political reasons, we cannot, at this juncture, publish these reports. (A separate "user group" site is being developed that will be used so that end users and practitioners can share experiences.)
What is important at this point in our introduction is to share what makes Emag+ so different from competing technologies and products:
1 - John Crain -- One is almost tempted to say "alleged protege," because one of the greatest anomolies of Rife's life is that he could have been surrounded by assistants and admirers who were quite familiar with his work, and yet no one, following his death, was able to duplicate exactly what he did.
2 - See U.S. Food & Drug Administration document, entitled Kinetics of Microbial Inactivation for Alternative Food Processing Technologies Pulsed Electric Fields.
3 - See U.S. Food & Drug Administration document, entitled Kinetics of Microbial Inactivation for Alternative Food Processing Technologies Oscillating Magnetic Fields.
This device was first introduced in our June, 2003 issue of the Ashwin.
Click on the photo above to see an enlargement of the components that comprise the Emag+ system. Each is detailed below.
This is the heart and brains of the Emag+ system. It converts the digitized sound from the CD player into electrical and magnetic wave components (which are transmitted from the helium tube and bottom half of the mini-tube stand, respectively). The photo above shows the right side of the Main Box (click to enlarge); the bottom photo, the left side. Also, see Control Panel Descriptions for a pictorial overview of what the controls do.
The Emag+ provides for separation between E and M fields. The double bubble helium tube acts as the medium for delivering Emag's E-field component.
The world is now awash with cheap MP3 players. We know. We've experimented with a good many of them. We chose this particular model of player because it showed good stability with all frequencies used in the Experimental Emag+ Frequency Set. Most units did not. [Click to enlarge.]
The Emag+ comes with 12 CD's and an attractive CD Holder. The Experimental Frequency Set CD's are clearly labelled: (1) Fungus/Mold, (2) Cancer, (3) Candida, (4) Cold Flu, (5) Fibromyalgia, (6) Food Poisoning, (7) General Wellness, (8) Muscles/Pain, (9) Mycoplasma, (10) Parasites, (11) Sinus, and (12) Staph/Strep. Each CD contains 5 to 23 distinct frequencies, which we very clearly delineate. [Note disclaimers made in these of these disclosures. Our representations to the public are always framed as "experimental," and purchasers will be required to Disclaimer Statement.]