Without knowing it, almost all of us carry pathogens. These are primarily microorganisms residing in the gut, the blood, and other body systems. Sometimes pathogens cause acute illness. For instance, the Y. pestis bacterium causes plague, and the HIV virus causes a form of immune deficit known as AIDS. But much more often, the presence of parasites does not result in immediate severe consequences. However, their presence can overburden our immune, lymphatic, and digestive systems. Over time, this can lead to serious chronic diseases.
Eliminating those unwanted guests is usually a first and crucial step to healthy longevity.
There are several methods for doing this. Anti-infective drugs, such as antibiotics, usually remove a significant fraction of pathogens. Still, they carry an additional stress factor for the body. Another excellent method is an intravenous ozone infusion, which subdues a broad spectrum of viral, bacterial, and fungal pathogens. However, the active oxygen released by this procedure cannot reach certain parts of the blood system. Also, the process does not destroy the pathogens residing in deep tissues.
It would be very beneficial if there were an alternative method that would allow the destruction of parasitic microorganisms throughout the body using a very different mechanism. Fortunately, such a method exists.
In 1921, American scientist Royal Reginald Rife, studying the behavior of microorganisms, invented a microscope with an unprecedented resolution. Unlike modern super high-resolution electronic microscopes, his device could observe living cells without destroying them. Rife's microscope was fundamentally different from the other microspores of his day. Instead of using light diffraction on the observed objects, his device induced fluorescence of the microorganisms by an ultraviolet electromagnetic field. Dr. Rife had discovered fluorescent UV microscopy 50 years ahead of his time.
It's well known that UV waves and visible light are, in fact, electromagnetic waves.
At this point, Doctor Rife started wondering: if it was possible to affect pathogens with UV radiation to the point of fluorescence - could it be possible to obliterate them by applying electromagnetic fields of other frequencies? After conducting hundreds of experiments, he found a definite confirmation for his hypothesis. It turned out that almost every pathological microorganism was prone to destruction by a particular electromagnetic frequency. Dr. Rife called those frequencies Mortal Oscillatory Rates.
During his research, Dr. Rife composed a list containing hundreds of these frequencies. Human cells and the human microbiome, which have much higher resonance rates, cannot be harmed by Rife frequencies.
A Rife machine is an apparatus that can deliver these frequencies to a patient's body. Spooky2 is one of the best Rife machines available today.
It's a well-known fact that alternating electric currents create electromagnetic waves. The EMF field always consists of many frequencies, which are multiples of the frequency with which the current pulses. These are called harmonics. Classical physics says there will be an infinite number of harmonics. However, according to quantum physics, only a limited number of harmonics will exist.
Spooky2 is a kit that contains several components.
The main element is the waveform generator, which creates an alternating electric current with an exact and stable periodic form called the waveform. The generator has 20 preset waveforms, which are computer controlled. It also has a USB interface, can be connected to a PC, and can be controlled programmatically using a dedicated application. The application can run on both Windows and macOS, is available for free, and contains a database containing all known Rife frequencies.
The frequency generator is not meant to be used on its own. It requires an EMF (electromagnetic field) generating device to deliver the Rife frequencies to the patient's cells.