John Wright: Founder
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. Approached by friends and colleagues of Dr. Royal Rife in 1986, John researched the subject before contracting with them. During this period, he learned secrets about the true nature of the technology. From sources as varied as John Crane, other researchers, and our own DOD.
In 1987 Wright went into full production with his Model B. A fully manual analog device, it was true to the old-fashioned technology, but was much more refined than what Royal Rife had available. Model B became legendary, and it remained in production until 2004.
The Model A line was launched fully in 2004. This marked a new era for JWLABS. With solid state technology, we now had devices which were more affordable, user-friendly and practical. All this without sacrificing the integrity of the robust old-style signal. With masterful tuning “in the can”, users could now repeat professional sessions.
Always thinking forward, John continued to develop the technology to improve ease and convenience. All devices employ his original hand-tuned frequency sessions and are accompanied with his long standing commitment to customer support, including his generous warranty.
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.
Cherry Maly Wright: Partner
Cherry has researched and practiced in alternative wellness solutions for over 40 years. Striving to think outside the box since she was a young mother, she sent her children to Waldorf school, the institution founded by Rudolf Steiner.
She is a former massage therapist, incorporating Reiki, and she has had a love of yoga for many years.
She is a former regional manager with a company specializing in Ontological design, and for ten years she represented nationally known speakers and trainers in the human potential industry.
Upon discovering John Wright’s frequency instrument in 1999 Cherry acquired her first machine because “it made sense”. Her enthusiasm for sharing the technology led her to join John Wright in 2001. Since then she has managed sales and customer support for JWLABS and is now a full partner in the business.