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Update 2015

The applications for Lyme disease are the most aggressive in the library. At the time this application was recorded, Lyme disease was the most difficult disease of it’s kind to treat effectively. Since that time, the epidemic has changed dramatically.

At the onset of the epidemic, the reported symptoms were quite extreme. Many folks were bed ridden and unable to speak. Once we had enough actual case information to design a session recording, the results we were able to get were spectacular; and it was apparently proportional to the severity of the symptoms.

Achieving equilibrium for most new users was comparatively easy, and once the pH was stabilized, the greater number of cases were clear or nearly clear of the major symptoms.

Folks who thought they were on their death beds got up and went back to living their lives again. In a short time it became a popular belief that Rife Therapy is the best thing for treatment of Lyme.

The science of diagnosing Limes disease improved steadily, and more and more cases appeared.
The most common conventional treatment was a prolonged antibiotic protocol, which appeared to be effective for a short time. The benefits of antibiotics were obvious, because so many who received them were greatly relieved of symptoms. Unfortunately, as time went on it became clear that although the antibiotic therapy seemed to clear most of the system of the pathogen, it also appeared to be driving it into areas of the body less accessible to drugs, like the brain, and the joints.

By adding local treatment to the regular systemic routines for Lyme, and directing the energy into the affected areas, these symptoms could also be relieved, usually in a short time.

New Lyme cases continued to appear, and every year the symptoms reported were progressively more nebulous and generally less severe. This was expected. If, indeed, the pathogen had been artificially manipulated, it would rapidly return to a more natural state as it continued to run in the human population.

If this theory is correct, the disease should have extinguished itself by the progress of it’s reversion to its native form. However, what happened appears to imply that the use of antibiotics played a role in the continuation of the disease, beyond what it would have otherwise been.

Incrementally, new Lyme cases reporting pain and symptoms in the joints increased, and neurological symptoms all but disappeared. During this transition, the effective systemic applications for Lyme disease slowly changed to anti-fungal applications, until finally, anti-bacterial applications were no longer needed or effective except when local symptoms were present.

Today we are seeing more new cases,demonstrating that, while testing negative for the pathogen, the symptoms for some seem to persist regardless. This suggests that the antibacterial protocols involving drugs that are made from fungus, like Penicillin, encourage the proliferation of an adapted fungi that mimics the symptoms for Lyme disease, which effectively renders the disease incurable according to the conventional scheme.

Although the fungal form of Lyme is slower and more difficult to overcome than the original bacterial form, the basic applications and approaches we use in the therapy are not significantly different. The focus of therapy is shifted only slightly, using more fungus frequencies and more abdominal applications.


The first reaction to the therapy depends on the severity and complexity of the person’s actual condition at the time they begin. For the larger percentage of Lyme disease sufferers, detoxification is more important than any therapy, because most are averaging pH at 6.2 or below’ and as a result, they feel terrible most of the time. By bringing up their average pH to 7.2 or above, the person feels sufficiently better that they can pursue Rife therapy with a lot more enthusiasm.

Massive healing crisis is more likely in cases of Lyme disease, so it is something to be aware of; however, these events are handled in the standard way. It is routine to stop the sessions until any reaction has passed. In most cases, it is otherwise appropriate to stay the course until it has become obvious that more aggressive therapy is necessary.

If candida is a major part of the problem, it is usually best to accompany the therapy with any other anti-fungal remedies that are available, either conventional or alternative.

Each time a session is done, some progress is made. Progress is going to be much faster if the user reacts positively each time, and feels slightly better after every session. If the reaction is an increase in symptoms, the standard would be to reduce session duration until the reactions are positive and increasing slowly from there. Some users will only get an uplift from sessions after doing sessions of 3 to 5 minutes per day for several weeks in severe cases. These cases usually have a corresponding pH averaging 6.2 or below.

Standard approach:

The average new user will first complete a full course using the General Alignment. The Lyme disease title is not deployed until the user can consistently perform the entire GA application of 73 minutes, once each day with no reaction and no significant changes in pH. This is often done using Feet/Negative, Hands/Positive, for a whole body effect. If possible, during this time, the user adopts an effective detoxification and salivary pH is consistently averaging 7.2 or above.

When the Lyme disease title is introduced, a decision is made based on the history of the progress using the GA, what the beginning routine should entail. The GA is usually set aside at this time, and all future sessions are done using only the Lyme recording.

If the progress to this point has been consistently rewarding, with no significant reactions, regular whole body sessions of up to an hour per day would be standard for an average adult. Elderly perhaps less.

If the progress to this point has been slow, and extra time off the therapy has been called for due to healing crisis or related reaction, the beginning sessions using the Lyme recording would start with 15 minutes of T3, building to 30 minutes per session per day, and not increasing until there is no reaction and no significant changes in pH.

When the user can do all of T2 and all of T3 one session per day consistently with no reaction, the sessions can usually be extended as much as desired.

Local applications:

At any time during the course of completing the whole body, systemic sessions, local treatments to areas of pain or other symptoms may be included in the daily therapy routine.

In general principal, local sessions should be done before the systemic phase of the routine. This is usually not a problem, if the user does a series of short, 15 minute local sessions during the day and performing the systemic phase last, in the late afternoon before dinner.

What the local session involves depends entirely on the part of the anatomy involved. A common method of targeting an organ is by placing the negative patch over the vertebra that controls the organ, and the positive patch over the organ itself. This uses the nerve s as a conduit to deliver the positive polarity. A practitioner might enhance this by employing a carbon rubber electrode patch on the target area, with enough conductive gel to allow the patch to slide smoothly on the skin. The area of the organ is then massaged with the patch using a stroke pattern that is commensurate with the dynamics of the area being treated. This provides a much more thorough local treatment.

The session tracks and the polarity that is used in local sessions depends on what seems to be the biggest issue in the area. Pain and discomfort are the result of various effects caused by the infection, and the best results may involve primarily any part of the therapeutic range.

If there is inflammation and swelling, the detox range is usually best to relieve these symptoms.
If the area is known to be laden with toxin, negative polarity over the area may have the best results.

If the applications are directed to a joint like the knee, placing the positive above the area, and the negative below the area, will deliver the diffuse energy more uniformly.

If the target area is the hand or wrist, a common method would be to apply positive to the right palm, and negative to the left. Then to treat the left hand amplitude is set to a comfortable level, and the right hand is used with some conductive gel to massage the left hand an hour or more per day. To treat the right hand, the positive patch would be placed in the left palm.

When the target area is the brain, users are not advised to apply patches to the head unless or until there is some reasonable confidence that the user can conduct sessions safely, without any mishap. If there is an interruption in the signal for any reason during the session that uses the patches in a very sensitive area a shock could result. Though this kind of thing is generally nothing to be concerned about, as it is a common mistake, when it happens in a sensitive area of the body it can be very uncomfortable and even a bit traumatic.

For this reason again, a skilled practitioner could be of genuine assistance. Once the user can perform these applications safely, any sensitive part of the body may be treated. The comfortable amount of amplitude that is employed in applications to sensitive areas of the body is usually much less than what feels comfortable on the hands.

In the treatment of severe neurological symptoms when the pathogen seems to have invaded the head or the brain, applications that involve placing the positive patch in the mouth have been very effective. Only the carbon rubber patch is used in the mouth, without any gel. Patches can be easily cut to size with scissors as needed. The negative patch is usually placed on the foot to begin. It can also be placed in the palm. Variations on this can be employed later, by placing the negative patch on the sacrum, along the spine, or even on the head itself, as is sometimes used in brain cancer.

In most Lyme disease cases it is best to take not more than two consecutive days off the therapy, as symptoms seem to return rapidly in the beginning. In some cases, even one day off the therapy can be unbearable until enough progress has been made. So long as pH stays in line, and there is no downward trend, sessions can be conducted every day by doing only the local applications on the days off, while the systemic part is suspended or greatly reduced in time.

The effects of accelerated immune system can last 24 hours after a session, so in order to give the body a rest from the therapy, two days off in a row is required. Time off the therapy is necessary to allow the effects of therapy to become fully manifest, and to permit the system to adjust to the changes that are being made.

Children respond more rapidly than adults, but all ages appear to do best if the therapy is performed regularly, and sessions are not changed while positive progress is being made.

The pathogen remains in some amount long after all symptoms have passed. For this reason, it is best for the user to follow a prolonged daily maintenance routine to help prevent its eventual return.