Theory of Microbial Electrocution

In Rife Therapy we are aware that there are two distinctly different aspects of the energy as it flows through the body. The part that you feel is called the Migration current. The part that you do not feel is called the Diffusion current.

The normal human cell is as much as a million times stronger than any invading pathogen. It is much stronger by virtue of its size, than virus, bacteria and most fungus. Therefore it is possible to deliver an amount of electrical energy that is devastating to any pathogen, but still harmless to the human cell. Based on that idea, a vast number of users have applied the migration current directly to an infection, with immediate or rapid results.

In a Petrie dish or on a slide, the amount of current it takes to electrocute any pathogen is probably not more than 3 volts. An amount equal to Model A output set at the lowest amplitude. Considerably more voltage is needed, (20-30 volts usually) to do the same thing in the body.

The amount of energy that it takes for the user to feel the output, is usually above the level needed to perform effective microbial electrocution. The frequency used is almost irrelevant. In the areas where the current is powerful enough to feel, microbes of all kinds will be destroyed at any frequency.

In areas where the energy is diffuse, the current naturally seeks to concentrate in the areas that are most conductive. Those are the areas that are most acidic. They are also the areas of infection, or trauma. The diffusion current is frequency dependent, and does not deliver enough power for Microbial electrocution. In most cases diffusion current is most effective when combined with very fine frequency tuning.

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