One of the most gifted scientific and medical pioneers of the 20th Century that few people have even heard of is Royal Raymond Rife, who invented the most advanced microscope of his era (which can do some things that modern electron microscopes can't do). As a result of his using the most advanced microscope to observe live biological phenomena, Rife was able to develop frequency generating devices that could cure illnesses. The approach he used involved resonant frequencies that could destroy illness-related microbes in a manner similar to how an opera singer might shatter a wine glass with her voice.
By 1920, Rife had finished building the world's first virus microscope. By 1933, he had perfected that technology and had constructed the incredibly complex Universal Microscope, which had nearly 6,000 different parts and was capable of magnifying objects 30,000 times their normal size. With this incredible microscope, Rife apparently became the first human being to actually see a live virus.
His frequency based medicine was validated by leading physicians and medical institutions during the 1930s, as he successfully treated infectious illnesses and cancer and identified what he referred to as the "mortal oscillatory rate" frequencies for microbes that caused specific illnesses. Rife had contact with the top scientists and doctors of his day, who also confirmed or endorsed various areas of his work. They included: Arthur Kendall (Director, Northwestern Medical School); Rufus Klein-Schmidt (President of USC); E.C. Rosenow, Sr. (longtime Chief of Bacteriology, Mayo Clinic); Dr. Milbank Johnson (Director of the Southern California AMA); Whalen Morrison (Chief Surgeon, Santa Fe Railway); George Fischer (Childrens Hospital, N.Y.); Edward Kopps (Metabolic Clinic, La Jolla); and others.
On November 20, 1931, forty-four of the nation's most respected medical authorities honored Royal Rife's work during a banquet at the Pasadena estate of Dr. Milbank Johnson. In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a special medical research committee to bring terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to Rife's San Diego Laboratory and clinic for treatment. The team included doctors and pathologists assigned to examine the patients – if still alive – in 90 days. After the 90 days of treatment, the committee concluded that 86.5% of the patients had been completely cured. The treatment was then adjusted and the remaining 13.5% of the patients also responded within the next four weeks. The total recovery rate using Rife's technology was 100%.
However, many of the medical experts who had originally endorsed Rife's breakthroughs later claimed to be unaware of his successful work and a series of setbacks occurred as business interests sought to gain control over Rife's inventions and Rife was eventually pushed into oblivion. At first, an attempt was made to buy out Rife. Morris Fishbein, longtime editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association who was indicted with the AMA in 1938 for engaging in racketeering and violating antitrust laws, sent an attorney to Rife with an offer to buy the rights to Rife's research and discoveries. Rife refused. Subsequently, sabotage of Rife's research began to occur, first with gradual pilfering of components, photographs, film, and written records from Rife's lab. The culprit was never caught. Then, while Rife struggled to reproduce his missing data, someone vandalized his precious virus microscopes. Pieces of the 5,682 piece Universal microscope were stolen. Earlier, an arson fire had destroyed the multi-million dollar Burnett Lab in New Jersey, just as the scientists there were preparing to announce confirmation of Rife's work. But the final blow came later, when police illegally confiscated the remainder of Rife's 50 years of research.
Then in 1939, agents of a family which dominated the allopathic drug industry at the time assisted Rife's collaborating engineer Philip Hoyland in a lawsuit against his own partners in the Beam Ray Corporation. The Beam Ray Corporation was the only company manufacturing Rife's frequency instruments (Rife was not a partner in that company). Hoyland lost, but the legal assault led to the company being bankrupted by legal expenses. During the business climate of the Great Depression, this resulted in commercial production of Rife's frequency instruments ceasing completely. Finally, the medical journals, financially dependent upon drug company revenues and controlled by the AMA, refused to publish any papers on Rife's therapy. Therefore, entire generations of medical students have graduated into practice without ever hearing of Rife's breakthroughs.
One of our modern heirs to Rife's legacy is Dr. Steven Ross. Steven A. Ross, Ph.D. is co-founder and CEO of the World Research Foundation. For more than 40 years he has researched and lectured around the world. Ross has delivered more than 250 lectures and made presentations to various worldwide government agencies, hospital associations and consulted for the insurance industry. He has acted as an expert witness for the City of Los Angeles and consults with scientific researchers around the world. Steve has an active interest in esoteric subjects and has delivered hundreds of presentations in all areas of philosophy and subtle energy subjects.
Steven, author of the book And Nothing Happened, has been led around the world through dreams and visions and credits this venue for the acquisition of the incredible holdings existing within the World Research Foundation worldwide network. These holdings include remnants of Royal Rife's scientific research. Ross has shed light on the story of Royal Rife, and in his presentation at the Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference he explains how he understands Rife's accomplishments. For those interested in these devices, there are a variety of modern instruments that seek to employ the technology that Rife developed. There are major design variations and differences among these devices, with few actually functioning in the same way that original Rife inventions were working.