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Herpes and Rife Technology

By April 26, 2018 4 Comments
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Herpes and Rife technology are significant adversaries. People are discovering that this technology has a lasting impact on the infectious disease, without the side effects of commonly prescribed medications.

A Brief Overview:

The prevalence of HSV infection worldwide has increased over the last several decades, making it a major public health concern. It’s been reported that more than 50 percent of people in the United States have HSV-1. And Around 15.5 percent of people in the U.S. aged 14-49 have HSV-2.

Herpes simplex viruses are pathogens which adapt to the host and are known to cause a wide variety of disease states. Two types exist: herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and type 2 (HSV-2). Both are closely related but differ in epidemiology. HSV-1 is traditionally associated with orofacial disease, while HSV-2 is traditionally associated with genital disease. Lesion location, however, is not necessarily indicative of viral type, as HSV-1 is associated with genital infections more often than HSV-2 in some unique subpopulations

Up to 80% of herpes simplex infections are asymptomatic, thus many are unknowingly carrying the virus. Symptomatic infections, of course, can be significantly distressing; and this unpleasantness is exacerbated by the tendency for recurring outbreaks. In folks with a compromised immune system, infections can even cause life-threatening complications.

Herpes can have several different strains of the virus, and it has long been speculated that the strain is what determines the actual symptoms. However, complications such as co-infection may confuse the issue. Some types of herpes appear to have more than a single cause, and have been associated with influenza, tuberculosis, AIDS, HIV, encephalitis, Lyme disease, chickenpox, vaccinations for smallpox and perhaps others. For our purposes, the location of the primary infection is of most interest, as these represent the most effective areas for localized application of the positive electrode.

It is not commonly known that exotic strains of herpes virus exist, and may manifest lesions and vesicles in unpredictable areas of the body, such as a vital organ. The cornea is another place where the viral sores may show up, and loss of eyesight is a possibility in extreme cases, even the loss of the eye altogether.

Herpes is a potentially fatal disease, although cases of this severity are quite rare. While it may manifest in any of a number of areas on the body, it is known to hide in reservoirs of weakened tissue. A previously broken bone, even long after it has healed, may provide harbor for the several herpes viruses. In most cases the latent virus will be located in nerve tissue, ganglion, and nerve root, but may also be present in the lumbar region of the spine, the spinal fluid, the brain, the mastoid process, and even the teeth.

How to Address Herpes Using Rife Technology:

The first order of business for the Herpes sufferer is correct and proper diagnosis. This is not always possible, but it is preferable. There are actually many different viral diseases that may result in herpes-like symptoms at some point in their course, and Rife applications for these seemingly similar but unrelated viral infections are usually very different from those of herpes. Ideally, a correct diagnosis should be well established prior to attempting the suggested therapies.

There are numerous web sites purporting to offer frequencies, or suggestions for frequencies to address Herpes and other viruses. Typically, these folks suggest 3- 12 frequencies to be applied for anywhere from 3-20 minutes each. Note that they often reference a frequency number with a decimal point suggesting that they know, within a fraction, the correct number. This presumes too much.

This approach does not address the fact that these viral strains morph over time, or that they adapt to the host. It does not account for the co-infections, which may include pathogens in the fungal range. These factors change the nature of what must be considered.  For these reasons we do not limit our tuning to the numbers which have been traditionally used. They are included, but we deliver ALL frequencies in the therapeutic range. In other words, all frequencies in which a given virus can live, a fungus, and so forth. Thus we are addressing the mutation issue and the co-infections. We discuss this further here.

We encourage our Model A Customers to treat systemically, not just locally.
A whole body session is necessary to cleanse the blood and strengthen the immune system. This may also help calm the nerves. Local sessions will deliver an electron force which is deadly to the pathogen. A classic application may involve placing the positive electrode patch on or near the area of outbreak and the negative electrode distally, meaning a palm or sole of a foot.

Rife Machine Technology and Herpes When addressing a herpes outbreak in a delicate position such as the genitals, the mouth, or the eyes, we provide personalized coaching. Examples may include wrapping a carbon electrode patch in a damp cloth and placing the positive end over the affected area. Again, the negative would be placed distally. When dealing with the eyes, a variation on this would be to place the positive patch on a palm, the negative distally. Dampen the fingers of the hand with the positive patch. Place the fingers over and around the eye, including the socket and the eyeball itself. The dampened fingers will easily conduct the current in a gentle application to the area. This may be all that is required to soothe the nerves and reduce the inflammation in the area. There are variations of this technique which we can teach our customers, as appropriate.

One of our stubborn cases involved a gentleman who was rigorous with his treatments, both local and systemic. Still, he had occasional outbreaks. After interviewing him extensively we learned that many years before, he had endured a severe and complicated bone fracture in his leg. We coached him to treat the leg directly, and it completely resolved the issue. This illustrates that we sometimes need to do detective work to discover the hidden places in which the virus may collect and reside, even for long periods of time.

In another case, we helped a woman who longed to get pregnant but her doctor recommended against it because of her stubborn recurrent Herpes outbreaks. We advised her to treat systemically with her feet in water baths. (This is an old-fashioned technique. It should only be attempted with personal coaching.) She got assistance in sliding the black carbon electrode up and down each side of the spine, extending the full length. The spinal fluid is a classic hiding place for the dormant virus. The single user may accomplish similar results by placing the negative adhesive electrode on a foot, with the positive adhesive patch placed at various changing positions up and down each side of the spine.

Our customers have acquired their machines with the understanding that they are meant for experimental use. They know that they should not proceed with new techniques without personal coaching. And they understand that our coaching does not constitute practicing medicine. The suggestions herein are offered in the spirit of helping those who wish to experiment with JWLABS’ Rife technology and are not intended to replace medical advice. That said, many find that the multi-fold effects of the electron flow are sufficient to reduce the pathogen load and strengthen the immune system, resulting in great relief from the recurring outbreaks of this disease and related infections.

Remember, upon embarking on your experimental journey, make one change at a time in your protocol.
Step back to observe the effects, then make another change. Once schooled in the trial and error approach, this remarkable technology can take you far.

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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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