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Rife Code Webinar Dr Keith Scott-Mumby Joshua Parker

This was a big hassle to convert to the mp4 file that makes it stream well ;-) That’s why it took so long… Hope you enjoy it.

I’ll be working on getting all the questions answered that came in during the webinar and compile them into a PDF file. Let us know what you think about the webinar by typing your comments and additional questions below.
-Joshua

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Pat Lee June 24, 2011 at 5:10 pm

I’m a Dr Keith fan and I enjoyed the webinar. I guess the point of the talk wasn’t to talk about the practical application of Rife machines but to talk about “cracking the code”, but this was my first real exposure to Rife technology, and I would’ve liked a bit of discussion/description of what a therapy session is like, what the patient experiences, etc. Still, an interesting and educational presentation.

Louis June 24, 2011 at 6:36 pm

Hi There;

Excellent webinar – Thank You.

Didn’t catch the website at the end for the report; sent it please?

Best Regards,
Rick

P.S.: Boy, you sure know your stuff – “Dr. Keith” was extraneous.

Louison Roy June 25, 2011 at 1:17 pm

Great info,
Thank you so much !
Louison

Norman Patino June 25, 2011 at 6:56 pm

Just a note of thanks to you both Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby and Joshua Parker for the gathering, organizing and wonderful presentation of this particularly informative webinar.
My question is this: “Is there now a conversion chart for the Rife frequencies listed in the instruction manual supplied with the GBXXXX”? (I purchased mine about 1 year ago from you Josh) Or are you going to make available a new list of frequencies for past GBXXXX owners due to this new information about the true frequencies being hidden?
In other words, what exactly do I need to use my GB4000 to be effective?
I do not have a MOR or (plasma tube) at this time.
Sincerely,

Norman Patino

Harley Borgais June 29, 2011 at 12:37 am

It would help to know the difference between voltage, amperage, and amplitude.

Voltage is like pressure, amperage like gallons per minute.

Amplitude is amount of energy per peak or per pulse, and that is the key here…

Putting too much energy into the molecule, and doing it in the time span it usually takes in energy at, with an AM (Amplitude modulated) wave, then you break the bond of the molecule.

Combining waves together gives different patterns.
Wave interference is the key to all the best technologies.
Learning this is important.

The FM is frequency modulated, which is pulses per second.

To modulate Amplitude you use higher voltage in the transmitter, to cause greater amperes to flow, which creates greater amplitude, and greater energy per pulse.

Harley Borgais June 29, 2011 at 1:03 am

Electromagnetic waves of any frequency are not demodulated into sound waves, they are transformed.

That is a transformation of energy from -&+ pressure of space itself (electrical charges -&+), and the motion of the speaker cone changes that energy into pressure of atoms/molecules in the air. EM waves travel at light speed, Sound waves at the speed of sound.

Our ears sense the changes of pressure between atoms/molecules, but our eyes actually react to EM waves within less than one octave of frequencies.

The carrier wave is generally the longer wave (the audible frequencies).

If you break up frequencies into notes, each note is 2x or 1/2 the same note in adjacent octaves. The twelve notes are evenly spaced between these numbers I am pretty sure.

How these notes come together is important. The same notes from different octaves are harmonic, and thus do not produce different sized pulses, or more complicated signals. Using notes that are not the same (regardless of octave) causes various effects. 12 notes times 12 notes is 144 different combinations.
Therefore skipping up or down octaves doubles or halves the frequency respectively.

Here is another secret…
Matter cannot move nearly as fast as light…
All energy waves move at the same light speed…
The length of a wave, the time it takes to pass a physical object determines how much of that energy wave is absorbed by that object. The dimensions and properties (like capacitance or resistance) effect that resonance.

This is why strong and brief pulses can pass through matter more efficiently, because the matter does not have time to react and interact with or absorb the passing energy wave. This is why DC pulses are better than AC or straight DC power. Nikola Tesla figured most of this out around 1900.

Harley Borgais June 29, 2011 at 2:24 am

Astronomers know which unique signatures match which molecular bonds…
This could help us figure out which frequencies we need for each molecule we wish to destroy. The trick then is figuring out which molecules we want to destroy, and how to avoid destroying the ones our bodies need.

Ricky July 14, 2011 at 1:37 pm

Joshua,
Thank you for a most informative and wonderfully explained technology that was developed and redeveloped through the desire for truth and knowledge. I will continue to follow this technology into the future.
Ricky

Joshua Parker October 20, 2011 at 7:27 pm

Hi Norm,
The main thing that has changed is the carrier frequency and this update is available. Please contact my support dept at http://www.FutureTechSupport.com and we will give you all the details on the update.
-Joshua

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