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Basic Effects of Model A Rife machines

By March 9, 2015 No Comments

John Wright discusses his Model A Rife machine, and what benefits you might expect from using it.

The basic effects of using this frequency instrument will fascinate you.

Not only does our Rife machine de-vitalize pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites, it optimizes your cellular function.

Learn why JWLABS’ Model A Rife machine is a “must-have” for those who wish to optimize their health and protect their well-being.

People routinely experience an improvement in energy, improved immune system, and general detoxification.  Application of current to the body encourages proper function of organs, which includes the liberation of toxins. Rife technology takes advantage of the difference between the fragile cellular wall structure of pathogens (such as viruses, bacteria, etc.) and the much stronger cell wall of the human cells. Thus, the direct current which is mortal to microbes serves as a beneficial stimulus to human cells.

JWLABS has been providing fine frequency instruments since 1987.

With respect to the spectrum of endergonic reactions, and based on a long history  of our user reports, sessions are recorded by hand using JWLABS Model B-27. This is a fully analog, vacuum tube based frequency instrument, built especially for that purpose.

Our Model A line of Rife machines precisely converts the recorded session into the correct therapeutic output, so the user can perfectly reproduce the exact same high quality session at low cost. Thus, we bring forward the best of the old analog signal in a solid state format which is easy to use.

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John Wright

About John Wright

The son of an inventor, and an inventor in his own right, John Wright operated Wright Laboratories for his projects long before he embarked on the Rife machine project. Some of John's fields of interest include: drafting and design, electronics, physics, mechanics, molecular biology, chemistry, astronomy, microscopy, radio, geology, botany, pharmacology, genetics, zoology, world religion, law, languages, masonry, and oceanography. For John's full bio, click here.

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