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Was Rife right ? A 32-year-old infection cured in 2 hours by a plasma tube radiation. A.Bellossi, G.Dubost (France) J.Bare (USA) J.L.Bardasano Rubio (Spain ) s
April 1973 Mrs R. 27-year-old Violent pain at the left canine level. The canine was extracted and the jawbone cleaned.
December 1974 Fever with pain in the right jawbone Surgical curetting of an osteitic jawbone
January 1975 Bad general state of health Severe pain + fever + shiver +asthenia + generalized arthralgias + myalgias + loss of weight Hospitalization
Until May 1976 Antibiotics + antiinflammatory drugs + corticoids Failure 2 nd diagnosis: Collagenosis Aziathoprine + corticoids
+ 6 months Deteriorated situation Exhaustion + unbearable myalgias and arthralgias Resumption of jawbones pains
1977 SURGICAL OPERATIONS : 22nd and 30th of January 10th and 21rst of February June Anatomopathology : 3rd diagnosis : Wegeners granulomatosis Cyclophosphamid
Surgical operations : November rd and 23rd of May, November 1978 Mrs R. stopped all immunosuppressive drugs
March – 1979 : 14 surgical operations Each year about 8 painful crises : fever (38°C),sweat, pains in the large joints, in the spinal joints, in the tendons and muscles, weight increase, very intense inflammatory biological modifications. 4 to 8 weaks
Wegeners granulomatosis? Diagnosis computer assistance : OSTEITIS Immunochemical analysis : Bacterial infection with exhaustion of the immune system
A hidden bacterial source ? December 1985 Throat infection Streptococcus faecalis Escherichia coli Hafnia Yeasts
Following Feverish painful crises Surgical operations
Pulsed magnetic fields Temporary lull
January 1996 In a sample from a surgical operation Streptococcus agalactiae Escherichia coli Staphylococcus aureus Yeasts Inefficiency of the antibacterial drugs
Scanner on the 3rd of June 1998 Disappearance of the bone palate, of the jaw sinus bottom wall, of the right orbital floor.
February 2005 More than 60 surgical operations in the upper jawbone. Pain A constant febrile state of several months duration (38°C up to 39°C)
Royal Raymond Rife In the thirties reported the killing of bacteria by means of the radiation of a plasma tube. In that desesperate situation we decided to try a compassionate treatment using Bare/Rife system.
The plasma tube Argon : 8O% Neon : 20% Pressure : 50 mm of mercury
The tube lightning was accomplished using a highly over modulated, AM type, radiofrequency electronic discharge. By using the square wave generated frequencies for modulation, along with overmodulation of the carrier wave, a pulse emission was achieved.
Plasma antenna radiation in the range from 1.5 to 18 GHz Recently (July 2010) our theoretical explanation of bacterial destruction présented in Davos BIOEM 2009, has been confirmed by means of a wide bandwidth horn tied with a spectrum analyser. The DNA Half- Wave resonance hypothesis of bacteria irradiated by frequencies between 4 and 8 GHz has been justified.
The plasma tube antenna, the wide bandwidth horn antenna, and the spectrum analyser
Frequencies modulating the MHz carrier wave 3 minutes each frequency 723 to 730 HZ : Staphylococcus aureus 877 to 884 Hz : Streptococcus pyogenes 749 to 755 Hz : Proteus vulgaris 756 to 761 Hz : Enterococcus faecalis 764 to 771 Hz : Proteus mirabilis 800 to 807 Hz : Escherichia coli
On the 4th of February 2005 The exposure took place at the rate of 3 minutes for each frequency (135 minutes for the set) and ended at 16 oclock. At night the body temperature was at 37°C.
4 DAYS LATER Mrs R. spat out from the left side of her throat a stinking putty-like substance which was a pile of polymorphous bacteria mixed with filamentous fungus.
4 months later Surgical operation A grey lava-like bone lesion well separated from the healthy bone. 5 years and 8 months later : no infectious relapse
Bacterial destruction Due to Half-wave resonance of bacterial DNA linked to the water dipoles associated to DNA. It depends on the base pair number within the DNA and so is a characteristics of a bacterium. From 4 to 8 GHz.
TODAY A pain problem due to nerve damage from surgical after- effects.
REFERENCE Half-wave resonance of bacteria DNA irradiated from 4 to 8 GHz. G. Dubost, A. Bellossi, BioEM 2009 Abstract Collection P170 :