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Royal Rife

Lets start with a little history of Royal Rife:
Royal Raymond Rife, Jr. was born in Elkhorn, Nebraska on May 16, 1888. His father was a mechanical engineer by profession and originally was from Ohio. His mother was Ida May Chaney Rife and was from Dryden, Iowa. When he was 8 months old his mother died, so his father took him to his sister, Nina Colber Rife Dryden, who raised him.  In 1905, at the age of 17, he graduated from high school and entered John Hopkins University to study medicine. Later, Rife attended Heidelberg University in Germany where he developed all of the photomicrographs for the Atlas of Parasites for the University. The university was so appreciative of the quality of his work that during 1914 they awarded him an honorary Doctor of Parasitology degree. Later, in 1936, Rife received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Southern California for his work in microscopy and cancer research.
Rife developed technology which is still commonly used today in the fields of optics, microscopy, electronics, radiochemistry, biochemistry, ballistics, and aviation. It is a fair statement that Rife practically developed bioelectric medicine himself.   These break-throughs were well documented in his time by various newspapers including the LA Times and San Diego Tribune and the Smithsonian Institute.
He received 14 major awards and honors, and in 1936 Rife received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Southern California During the 66 years that Rife spent designing and building medical instruments, he worked for Zeiss Optics, the U.S. Government, and several private benefactors. Most notable was millionaire Henry Timkin, of Timkin roller bearing fame. Because Rife was self-educated in so many different fields, he intuitively looked for his answers in areas beyond the rigid scientific structure of his day. He had mastered so many different disciplines that he literally had, at his intellectual disposal, the skills and knowledge of an entire team of scientists and technicians from a number of different scientific fields. So, whenever new technology was needed to perform a new task, Rife simply invented and then built it himself.
Rife's inventions include a heterodyning ultraviolet microscope, a microdissector, and a micromanipulator. When you thoroughly understand Rife's achievements, you may well decide that he had one the most gifted, versatile, scientific minds in human history. By 1920, Rife had finished building the world's first virus microscope.

1 comment:

  1. Isn't it interesting that, even though Rife was a genius in so many different fields, he never built any of the frequency devices that made him the MOST famous; the Beam Ray machines that destroyed the Cancer (and other) organism. Furthermore, even though he never designed or built frequency devices, builders of these devices continue to name them "Rife" devices or "Rife" machines...perhaps to recognize him for figuring out how to use the frequency devices to eliminate disease in the body. Philip Hoyland built Rife's frequency devices. They should be called "Hoyland" devices, not Rife machines. Rife built microscopes, not frequency devices.