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Discussions with John Wright

JWLABS Rife Therapy – The Reaction Curve

By March 22, 2015 No Comments

I’ve been manufacturing state-of-the-art Rife type therapy machines for the last 30 years. I have coached tens of thousands JWLABS users, including movie stars, billionaires, top scientists and researchers from all over the world. It’s a job I take seriously because so many people are depending on me. I don’t have any formal training in medicine, but I’ve learned a few things making machines for people. One of the most interesting things I’ve learned has to do with the reaction curve that users experience.

It’s almost a perfect bell curve. On one extreme end of the curve is a small number of spectacularly successful users and on the other extreme, an equally small number of people who have problems making it work. About 80 percent fall somewhere in the middle.

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Bell Curve

There is nothing unique about that. The bell curve, or something similar to it, is present in most therapies. I routinely spend the most time with the people who have problems; but having done so, it is obvious to me that most therapies don’t bother to do that. And they don’t include any effective method to indicate to the user when or how they should dial it back, or ramp it up.

I have come to see that as an indication of the effectiveness of some therapies; because if it lacks the potential of exaggerated reactions in new users, it also lacks most of its therapeutic value. Either the maker simply ignores the reactive cases or they dial back the effectiveness of the therapy as a whole to eliminate the potential for reactions.

With Rife Therapy the potential for extreme reactions exists, as it does for any therapy that is effective enough to get the results people are looking for. If the protocol is designed after the needs of those in the middle of the curve (as it usually is for most therapies), those on the extreme ends of the curve are neglected. The progress of each user of the therapy must be monitored and carefully regulated according to the results they actually get.

The policy of providing unlimited support for my users for free has served me well. They know that my only motive for doing that is to help them to be successful with their Rife Therapy. By taking the time to really listen to the users’ needs and to update regularly, I make it much easier for them to get the results they want. This also gives me the ability to see after their safety.

Most JWLABS users suffer from one or more chronic diseases. As they begin using Rife Therapy (with very few exceptions), the amount of reaction they have is consistently and immediately indicated by changes in salivary pH. The more change in pH that happens during any session, the more potential there is for extreme reaction. This effect is a reliable metric to help regulate the effects of the therapy, and provides a warning that helps to avert extreme reactions that are characteristic for a small percentage of all new users.

JWLABS Model A

JWLABS’ Model A3

The stimulated synthase of ATP in the Rife Therapy user, (or oxidative phosphorylization) has a direct impact on interstitial pH, as does the stimulation and detoxification effects. In some cases this will push pH towards the acidic side for as much as a day.

Having an average natural pH of 7.2 or above greatly increases the chances of success in overcoming chronic disease, and seriously impacts how that person feels. The overall daily comfort and vitality, the speed of recovery, organ function and even the amount of benefit one might get from any given therapy, is affected by the pH. pH is simply a measure of the balance and concentration of salts, both acid and alkaline in the body.

When the pH is consistently below 7.0 or averages 6.8 or below success with any therapy, even Rife Therapy is more difficult. Most pharmaceuticals make pH drop, and in many cases pH cannot be safely returned to a healthy level while they are in use.

Obviously, understanding and controlling pH is of great importance to anyone who suffers from chronic disease; and therefore anything that has a negative impact on it needs to be carefully managed. Learning to manage pH can be difficult for some folks, especially if they have been misinformed about it for many years.

The general population has no awareness of the real importance of pH to human health. The truth of it has been subverted in many ways and ignored due to the confusion. With the right information, pH is something the average person can competently manage and control without any professional help, almost cost free.

An awareness of pH, and an accurate knowledge of what pH readings actually mean, can make an enormous difference in the general health. In fact, for most people with chronic disease, controlling pH is the most important single thing they can do to improve their condition. If you are about to have an episode, pass a stone, a heart attack, a stroke, a migraine, a seizure, the chances are it will happen when pH has been allowed to stray far from the healthy range for some time. PH is a factor in contagion as well. The susceptibility to infectious disease increases when pH is consistently unhealthy. Colds and flu have been treated with powerful alkalizers for generations. Low pH also corresponds to an increase in symptoms in pre-existing infections like herpes and shingles.

Rife Therapy tends to change pH. The more ill, and the more toxic users are, the greater the change is likely to be after each session. Being as focused on my users’ success with the therapy as I am, helping them to overcome a systemic pH imbalance has become part of my job because when pH is under control, my users have better success. This changes where they are on the reaction curve.

The most common misconception about pH is that all you have to do is alkalize. The truth is that alkalizing only works temporarily; and over the long term, artificially alkalizing leads to toxicity. Once the person has become sufficiently toxic, they can no longer alkalize effectively. Controlling pH in a way that is safe and natural involves detoxification, not alkaline foods, water or supplements.

I always recommend that users switch to drinking only pure de-ionized water from a reverse osmosis filter to alleviate accumulated toxicity. This is superior to any distilled or otherwise filtered water. The typical argument against de-ionized water is that it tends to leech out minerals, which is exactly why we use it and why it is more beneficial to chronic sufferers.

The mainstream has a long list of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of drugs and preparations intended to treat the symptoms that arise from a prolonged pH imbalance. It is counter-productive from a corporate point of view, to regulate pH simply and inexpensively, because the increase in symptoms that occurs from pH imbalance can be converted into an income stream by creating more drugs to treat the symptoms.

It follows, therefore, that virtually all pharmaceuticals make the pH drop, and usually will hover in the danger zone around 5.5 so long as they are in use. (Prolonged pH in this range is typical of someone who is about to die). This is true of most pharmaceutical pain killers as well.

This deception would have been revealed long ago, except that conventional medicine does not check pH by saliva, or any other body fluid that would give an accurate reading. Instead they use urinary pH. The urinary pH reading is most commonly the opposite of the reading we get with saliva. When saliva is low, urinary pH is high, and vice versa. This should be obvious, but evidently it isn’t obvious enough for those making a lot of money selling drugs and supplements. pH ChartWhen you check the oil in your car, you check it at the crankcase, where it will give you accurate information. Checking pH via urine is like checking the oil at the oil filter, where the reading can’t tell you anything that is true or useful.

It isn’t only conventional medicine that has consistently made this glaring and obvious mistake. Alternative clinics routinely offer a long list of expensive supplements and preparations, and admittedly many of these have value; but they are counter-productive if the person is already toxic, because when interstitial fluids are toxic, the patient cannot respond normally. One case in point is the well known clinic in Spain, where they load the consumer up with supplements, but never bother to check if the person is already toxic. A small percentage of their users are not toxic, and the rest can only report successes according to the placebo effect, not actual results.

In the many cases we have had who were on these supplements, we found that without even a single exception, all of their users who were toxic did not see any real improvements from their therapy. Improvements in their condition did not occur until these supplements were stopped, and pH was allowed to recover.

This pH issue is something we had to sort out for ourselves, because there was no true or accurate source that we could find back in the 1980’s. Our interest in it is directed entirely by what works best for our users; and since we take the time to give special help when our users have troubles, we have the opportunity to identify what conditions may interfere with Rife therapy which should give at least some level of success in every case.

For more discussion of JWLABS Rife therapy, see http://www.rifetutor.com

 

 

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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