NEXUS MAGAZINE Video Review
The Rise and Fall of a Scientific Genius: The Forgotten Story of Royal Raymond Rife
Written, Produced and Directed by Shawn Montgomery (c) 2004 Zero Zero Two Productions
Part I: Rife's Rise
It is very difficult to watch a video like this and not come away feeling as if you want everyone you know to see it as well.
This is an excellent documentary, and it features some genuine audio recordings of Royal Raymond Rife himself,
explaining research and technical details from over 40 years ago.
Whether you are totally new to the story of Rife and his work and the subsequent suppression of his inventions and discoveries,
or whether you think you know a lot about the subject, there is plenty for all.
This documentary covers the history of Rife's rise, especially in terms of his super microscopes of the 1930s,
his sponsors and colleagues, his clinical and published research, and his growing successes and discoveries
until "crunch time". Prior to his demise, there was a growing movement towards pleomorphism as a more complete
Pleomorphism could be described as the action of one life-form changing into another life-form.
According to this line of thought, the medium - i.e., the blood, not the germ - is seen as the agent responsible for disease.
Rife's research showed that changing the pH of the blood resulted in changes in the micro-organisms of the blood,
as observed via the microscope. This kind of "live" observations are not possible with electron microscope, and
involves resolutions of as high as 31,000X.
Pleomorphism, the Rife Beam Ray and the Rife Universal Microscope all stood to revolutionize medicine with drug-free
cures for all infectious diseases - until Dr. Thomas Rivers of the Rockefeller Institute stepped in to lead
the charge to destroy Rife's work. Drug-free cures were the last thing the growing pharmaceutical companies
wanted to compete against.
If you are at all interested in Rife's history and research, or if you want to know more about pleomorphism
and super-microscopes, then this is a "must have" video.
Nexus Magazine 2003
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