Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Resonant Light Technology

Sound is actually slow-moving light. Light, inversely, is fast-moving sound. The resultant configuration of integrating the two is known as "resonant light", and when the meld of these two is done correctly, a signal is created that can target and destroy pathogenic microorganisms.

This integration along with RF (radio frequency) gave birth to a piece of equipment known as a photon emission resonant light device: the Phorle™. With this equipment, audio frequencies are injected into a transmitter operating on an ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) frequency of 27.125 MHz producing a 100% modulated RF signal. This modulated RF signal is then amplified and injected into an Argon-gas-filled leaded glass tube, via a tuning circuit, which is then ionized, producing a plasma wave. This plasma wave propagates a unique combination of light, sound and RF energy.
Through research, it is known that certain frequencies resonate with targeted microorganisms, thus immobilizing their life force. The emission resonates the cellular surface of the microorganism and, just as the opera singer can shatter a glass with the voice through resonance, so the resonant light immobilizes and devitalizes the microorganism. When light, sound and RF energy are integrated correctly, the signal produced is rich in harmonics increasing the effectiveness of the technology.
You can form a better understanding of the history of Rife technology and the machines that were built by reading the book " The Rife Report, The Cancer Cure That Worked, Fifty Years of Supression" by by Barry Lynes.