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Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc.

Where to Buy the ICRF “Research Model” High RF Frequency Generator and Plasma Tube Amplifier:
http://www.FrequencyStore.com

Copy and paste the above website address into your web browser. Go to the vendor’s website that sells the high RF frequency generator and oscillator amplifier which can broadcast Rife’s high RF frequencies using a plasma ray tube antenna. You’ll be able to see photographs of the generator and amplifiers including full specifications and pricing at their website.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Note: This article is supplemental data to the extensive article on using a frequency generator for cancer. You should read the long article in ‘pdf' form – prior to reading this article. This article discusses an alternative way to place the four electrodes for three specific types of cancer:

  1. Cancers above the shoulders (e.g. brain cancer, throat cancer),
  2. Breast cancer,
  3. Lung and bronchial cancers.

The long article ‘pdf' file and technical support for using a frequency generator are provided by the Independent Cancer Research Foundation via the “cancertutor' email address at the bottom of this page:
Main Article on Frequency Generators (see bottom of page for email address)

Optional Placement of Electrodes

Under normal circumstances, there are four electrodes which are part of the frequency generator protocol (contact method), though the electrodes come from a different source than the frequency generator itself. Two of the electrodes are stainless-steel cylinders. Each of these has a terry-cloth covering which must remain damp. It would be good to wet them every 30 to 60 minutes during treatment. Some use a small spray bottle to keep them damp during the treatment.

Generally, the two long red wires are attached to these electrodes and are plugged into two of the red receptacles (the female plugs) on the linear amplifier (they are NOT plugged into the frequency generator itself, which is the unit with the keypad and knob). There are also two stainless-steel electrodes which are thin and flat and are shaped like a rectangle. The flat terry-cloth envelopes cover these two electrodes. They too should also be kept damp. The two long black wires are attached to these electrodes. I should mention that it is the side which is against the body which must remain damp at all times so that electrical current can flow from the foot to the flat metal plate and thus back to the frequency generator amplifier via the black wire.

The flat electrodes for the feet (or the body) are placed on a rubber or plastic mat which should have ridges in it such that water between the two-foot electrodes CANNOT bead or form a path between the two electrodes. In other words, there should be NO stream of water which connects the two-foot electrodes. Also, the two hand-held electrodes should NEVER touch each other while the power is on.

The hand-held electrodes should not be placed on a cloth such that a bead of water or dampness could create an electrical current between the two hand-held electrodes when the unit is on. Likewise, the hand-held electrodes should not be placed on a metal table in order to prevent an electrical current directly between the two cylinder electrodes.

The Shape of an Electrical Current Between Two Electrodes

In what shape is the electrical current, between the two electrodes, while the unit is operating? The current is AC or alternating current.

The red wires (i.e. the wires plugged into the red receptacles on the amplifier) are the source of the electrical current. The black wires (i.e. the wires plugged into the black receptacles on the amplifier) complete the connection so that the alternating current goes back and forth through the person.

There are two separate electrical currents created by the standard configuration of electrodes.

  • Path one alternates back and forth from the left hand to the left foot.
  • Path two alternates back and forth from the left hand to the right foot.

If you could “see” these four electrical currents each would look like a football. In other words, the two endpoints of the “football” are the red and black electrodes.

Thus, in the standard configuration, there are two “football” electrical currents flowing through the person.

More Details About the Electrical Current

In reality, the electrical current of the frequency generator, because of the RF (Radio frequency carrier), goes everywhere in your body. This is because your entire body acts as an antennae and every part of your body (actually your skin) emits a small amount of electrical signals.

The key issue is this: is this method as effective at treating brain cancer versus liver cancer?

Current thinking, by those who use this method on multiple cancer patients, is that this method is just as effective for treating brain cancer as it is for treating liver cancer. I personally have no argument with this conclusion; however, I do have some concerns. My concern is that the cells in the body, which harbor the microbes which cause cancer, do get slightly more electrical current than the brain since the current is generally greater traveling between the two electrodes (red wire to black wire). What this means is that for brain cancer (i.e. any cancer above the shoulders), lung/bronchial cancer, and breast cancer (the two latter will be discussed further, below), it may be wise to alter the placement of the electrodes so that the actual electrical currents can cover a higher percentage of the cancer cells. In other words, by placing the electrodes in different places the cancer cells may be exposed to a slightly higher level of electrical current.

For these three categories of cancer, optional placement of the electrodes will now be discussed.

The red wires should ALWAYS be plugged into the red receptacles on the frequency generator amplifier and the black wires should ALWAYS be plugged into the black receptacles.

If you are only using one red wire and one black wire then the red should be plugged into the red receptacle and the black into the black receptacle.

For Cancers Above the Shoulders (e.g. Brain, Throat , etc. cancers)

For brain cancer, throat cancer, and other cancers which are primarily above the shoulders, here is my recommended placement of electrodes (the placement changes from day to day).

The two flat foot electrodes should be placed above the ears, wrapped around the head and the long axis of the flat electrodes is parallel with the ground or the shoulders. The two electrodes, when placed above the ears, should be held to the head by an “Ace bandage.”

On every other day the electrode configuration should be the “standard configuration” (where the flat electrodes are below the feet) and every other day the electrode configuration should be in the “optional configuration” (where the two flat electrodes are placed above the ears and are held in place by an Ace bandage).

Note: If, when using the optional configuration above the ears, the person experiences any rash or swelling in the face, discontinue the optional configuration and use the “standard configuration” at all times.

Because the protocol has multiple days with different channels used, a further explanation should be given.

The first phase of the protocol is six days on and one day off.

During the first week AFTER the “build-up” (the “build-up” is discussed in the pdf file and should use the standard configuration), here is the schedule:

  • Monday: Day 1 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Tuesday: Day 2 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Wednesday: Day 1 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Thursday: Day 2 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Friday: Day 1 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Saturday: Day 2 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Sunday: off

On alternate weeks, the following schedule should be observed:

  • Monday: Day 1 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Tuesday: Day 2 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Wednesday: Day 3 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Thursday: Day 4 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Friday: Day 5 Protocol in above the ears configuration
  • Saturday: Day 6 Protocol in standard configuration
  • Sunday: off

By repeating this two-week cycle the two configurations will have an equal time on the multiple daily protocols using different channels and sweeps.

For Breast Cancer

In this scenario, it is the colors of the wires which are modified, not the placement of the electrodes. The two cylinder electrodes will be held in the hand and the two flat electrodes will be below the feet, but the wire colors will change from the standard configuration.

There are two different configurations, which I will call: “Left Side Configuration” and the “Right Side Configuration.”

The Left Side Configuration (LSC) has the two red wires on the left side of the body, meaning on the left-hand cylinder and the left foot flat plate electrode. Remember, the red wires are plugged into the red receptacles. On the right side of the body are the two black electrodes, one in the right-hand cylinder and one on the right foot flat electrode.

The Right Side Configuration (RSC) has the two red wires on the right side of the body, meaning on the right-hand cylinder and the right foot flat plate. Remember, the red wires are plugged into the red receptacles. On the left side of the body are the two black electrodes, one in the left-hand cylinder and one on the left foot flat electrode.

Because the protocol has a multiple channels and protocols on different days further explanation should be given.

The first phase of the protocol is six days on and one day off.

During the first week AFTER the “build-up” (the “build-up” is discussed in the pdf. file and should use the standard configuration), here is the schedule:

  • Monday: Day 1 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Tuesday: Day 2 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Wednesday: Day 1 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Thursday: Day 2 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Friday: Day 1 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Saturday: Day 2 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Sunday: off

However, on alternative weeks, the following schedule should be observed:

  • Monday: Day 1 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Tuesday: Day 2 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Wednesday: Day 1 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Thursday: Day 2 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Friday: Day 1 Protocol in the RSC configuration
  • Saturday: Day 2 Protocol in the LSC configuration
  • Sunday: off

By repeating this two-week cycle the two configurations will have an equal time on the different channels and daily protocols.

For Lung and Bronchial Cancers

This configuration is the same as the Breast Cancer Configuration.