We are proud of our long history in the Rife machine industry. It began in 1986 when John Wright and his small team of engineers were approached by friends and colleagues of Royal Raymond Rife. This encounter set John on a path which would forever shape his life. John and his team had developed numerous inventions in other industries, and they were looking for a new project.
They were skeptical, but intrigued. They had considered the pursuit of Rife technology, but were wary of the challenges given the way Royal Rife and others who were on the path to alternative health care solutions had been treated. During months of research, including an information exchange with the DOD, John established the validity of the technology as well as the parameters for effective devices. (The government shared technical information confirming and elaborating on the effects on the human system of delivering current at frequency. http://jwlabs.com/rife-technology-2/skeptical/pentagon/ ).
A miniature Model A was the first prototype completed. John’s concept was far and away more advanced than the current manufacturing technology, but he always knew he would return to this design and advance it. The few that he produced were so enthusiastically received that he could not retrieve them from the customers when it came time to upgrade the model.
Early JWLABS Rife machine – Model B2
Model B is the instrument which went into full scale production in 1987. Very close to the original style Rife frequency instrument, it contained two vacuum tubes and was fully manual. Much advanced from the old machines which were patented well before Rife’s time, JWLABS Model B Rife machines went through several renditions and provided the cornerstone of the company until 2004.
“Looking at the history of Rife technology and electro-medicine from my perspective, it is evident that techniques and the empirical knowledge in this field have always been slightly ahead of the hardware and what is technically feasible.”
“After nearly 20 years, I finally arrived at a blend of technique and accessories which allowed the user to concentrate on the therapy rather than on operating the machine.”
“In our early days, our machines were completely manually operated. A level of sophistication in frequency tuning was necessary in order to derive maximum or optimal results.”
“Eventually we were able to arrive at reliable applications by listening and observing as users reported their successes or failures. In 2002-2003 we recorded [over 320] applications, all based on methods which were reported as effective.”