24 October 2004

More on Rife BX/BY Virus and Bacillus Licheniformis

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2004 01:01:13 -0400
From: "CB"
Subject: thoughts on Bacillus licheniformis

Hello rifers,

There has significant discussion in the past year about an organism called Bacillus licheniformis and its probable connection to cancer, and possibly to Rife's BX virus. In particular there has been a reference to an article which appeared in the journal Lancet. Discussion on these lists contained implications that the researcher reviewed in this article may have identified the BX viral organism. The article is available for free reading at http://oncology.thelancet.com/journal/vol4/iss2/full/lonc.4.2.newsdesk.24220.1, (required free registration with Lancet is available on the same page).

This subject just came up again on another list. Here is a copy of what I posted, with a few additional comments.

A check of the Lancet article referred to above shows it does not make any mention whatsoever of Rife, and the word "virus" never appears. The writer of this article reviews the work of a researcher that worked with the pleomorphic transformation of Helicobacter pylori to Bacillus licheniformis. Indeed a very interesting piece of work. He also sent samples of 16S ribosomal RNA in for sequencing, which revealed a connection to B licheniformis. However, viruses never contain any ribosomal RNA. The genome size of B. licheniformis is way beyond the range of any known viruses, and is much more in common with bacterial genome sizes.

Ribosomal RNA is necessary for cells and bacteria to make their proteins. But viruses also need to produce their proteins, and will hijack the ribosomal RNA machinery present in the cell that they are parasitizing, so to speak. Certain viruses will also enter bacterial pathogens and use the machinery. The particular cells or bacteria that viruses choose to enter, depend on whether an appropriate receptor is available for the virus to latch onto (along with other associated conditions).

It seems unrealistic to call B. licheniformis a virus. Conversely, one might then want to argue that Rife's BX could be a bacteria. However, Rife gave very specific measurements for the organism he called BX, and it is totally in line with dimensions of viruses. This is not to deny the pleomorphic possibilities of his "BX"; indeed pleomorphic events have been amply demonstrated and reported over the past century in numerous organisms, and Rife achieved that as well with the BX. But to call a bacteria a virus (or vice-versa), only confuses the issue and actually serves to cloud the phenomenon of pleomorphism.

I am convinced nonetheless that the frequencies Jeff Sutherland posted specifically for the B. licheniformis (2655 and 21554) can be valid and effective. Jeff does very high-quality work. And that he is correct in reminding folks any approaches to cancer need to be broad-based. B. licheniformis and the BX viral form may both be present in many cancer situations, and / or co-participants in a line of pleomorphic events.

One of the John Marsh CDs available from Jeff Garff (#8) has Rife speaking very clearly and in some detail about his culture work with the BX, and the materials he used to get the various pleomorphic forms. Interestingly, Rife also states that he was able to isolate the BX from some "pyloric stomach cancers". So here we may have an entire set of clues that at least for stomach cancers, there may be H. pylori, B. licheniformis, and BX virus involved as bacterial, fungal, and viral forms.

Best wishes,

20 October 2004

Flu Protection: What to Do While You're Waiting for the Flu Vaccine

Everyone has a home remedy for the flu and mine is being passed around on the internet so I'm posting it here as well. Of course, anyone who takes my advice is performing research on themselves at their own risk, and really should be working with their health practitioner. Remember, Madame Curie died of radiation poisoning by experimenting on herself.

Speaking of radiation poisoning, this month a study from Europe showed that the average CAT scan generates the same radiation dose that a Hiroshima survivor received at 1.5 miles from ground zero. For every 1200 CAT scans, the authors estimate that one cancer tumor is induced by radiation poisoning. I asked one of my physician colleagues at Massachusetts General Hospital how many CAT scans they do every week and it is astronomical. You could experiment on yourself over there as well, but I digress.

The flu can be hazardous to your life so it is best to be prepared. That doesn't mean you need a flu shot. There are other alternatives.

For flu protection, I use Delisos Dolivaxil. One dose tube a week for three weeks and then skip three weeks and another dose tube. It has all the flu strains identified by WHO for this year in it and it works as effectively as flu vaccine. Better yet, no flu vaccine side effects. You may need your health practitioner to order this.

For those of you who are still skeptics about homeopathy, refer to my earlier posting this month on the definitive paper on proof of the homeopathic effect. Anyone who argues against it must now prove that five of the leading laboratories in Europe all made the same mistake at once. Even Randi the Magician will have a hard time with that.

If you get the flu, Oscillicoccinum will usually stop it in its tracks. I have never heard of anyone who died from the flu who took it. You can put a single tiny pellet in a bottle of water, shake it up and sip as needed throughout the day.

Oscillicoccinum is in every health food store and whole foods supermarket in the country and is Boiron's top selling product. I tell everyone they are risking their life if they don't have this in their medicine chest. The flu vaccine does not prevent the flu a lot of the time even it you get the flu shot. Everyone needs this homeopathic remedy.

Finally, anyone over 40 who is not taking Transfer Factor Plus should seriously evaluate their health strategies. It boosts the immune system by 4-6 times, better than any immune supplement and I have tested dozens of them. You can call Dale Fawcett in Seattle at (360) 598-6585 for that. Tell him I sent you.

I've stopped a flu epidemic in an office of 50 people, every one of them infected, in one afternoon with Oscillicocinum and an immune supplement. I got tired of having to disinfect myself with Rife frequencies every day. Some of the staff went home and said it cured their babies from nursing.

Of course, whenever I do this, I take flak from my fellow healthcare executives who want to avoid any liability. (It is usually not the physicians who complain as they tend to take my advice). So usually I just irradiate my office with a Rife protocol and make anyone who comes in sign a release form.

Failing all of the above, the Rife protocol for the flu will be posted within a few days of an outbreak. Last year we beat the CDC and state health agencies in announcing the flu epidemic. I attended a Los Angeles Health Department briefing on their bioterrorism alert network at the American Medical Directors of Information Systems meeting recently. The LA team was almost as fast in picking up the epidemic and much faster than health departments in the Northeast. They did it by monitoring the purchase of cold remedies in drugstores in the LA area and produced very cool colored maps of hot spots.

So people buying their own home remedies for the flu are the canaries in the coal mine that announce the flu epidemic to public health officials.

Cellphone Protection: Turning an Electromagnetic Hazard into a Healing Device

The cellphone is one of the most significant electromagnetic radiation hazards in the world today because of widespread use and close proximity of the head to the phone. Over the past few years, I've posted information on devices to add to your cellphone to minimize the effect of cellphone radiation which has been clearly shown to have negative effects on cell function. You can test it for yourself on your own blood samples.

A new device called a Green8 does a better job than any previous device I have tested. It not only minimizes the electromagnetic hazard, it balances your meridians, i.e. it turns the cellphone into a healing instrument. Electromagnetic fields can be helpful or harmful to cells depending on frequency, power, and exposure. This device appears to make the cellphone helpful rather than harmful, at least for short exposures!

The Green8 neutralizes the radiation from a cell phone by creating a form (holoform) for the radiation to propagate through. Normally radiation is very chaotic and noisy and full of distortion. This noise interferes with our electrical bodies (all animals are electro-chemical) so we get fatigued. The Green 8 is simply placed inside your cell or cordless phone's battery compartment and the radiation is neutralized. The Green 8 and PST products organize the radiation into a coherent signal with less noise so that the body can cope with easily. The testing shows that our body function is maintained at a normal, health state.

The graph above shows one such test that was performed in Helsinki, Finland in 2001. It shows energetic balance or healthy body function when the reading comes between 45 and 55. The first reading of 51 is a baseline reading which shows balanced body function with no radiation nearby. The second reading of 60, which shows abnormal body function, was taken when the cell phone was on but not calling (in the individual's lap). The next reading of 63 shows another stressed or abnormal body function. This reading was taken while the phone was transmitting a call showing us that the body function state while a cell phone is "ready to receive" but not calling is almost as elecro-magnetically stressful as a phone which is actually making a call! The 4th and 5th readings show that when the Green 8 is installed the body function is back in balance both while in "ready to receive" and "make a call" mode respectively. These tests were performed by a doctor who was using the "Best System" designed by the Biomeridian company (www.biomeridian.com).

18 October 2004

H. Pylori: Important Things to Know

H. Pylori is a common infection that is easily knocked out by electromagnetic frequencies. Of course, as Royal Rife said, if you can't find the right frequency, nothing will work. People are sometimes stumped when I tell them exactly how I work with a Cameron Aurometer, an FSCAN2, an ABPA, and an F160 to precisely identify the frequency of an organism. They become totally preoccupied with the Cameron Aurameter, a high tech dowsing device. What they need to be preoccupied with is the biological science so they know where to look for frequencies, what type of frequencies to look for, how many and what type of frequencies are likely to be required, and the best way to develop an effective protocol to deliver the frequencies to the target organism.

Studying the scientific literature is the most important thing. You will never get the right frequencies unless you understand the biology of the organism. The next most important thing is to have an objective means to crosscheck results with a device like the FSCAN, an approved medical device in Switzerland for years and now in Germany.

In addition, having a group of researchers test a frequency set on multiple individuals and providing essential feedback on results is important. Ideally, 100% of the people get a positive result 100% of the time.

H. pylori tips off host. Pathogenic bug is shown to trigger inflammation by injecting peptidoglycan. But why?
Cathy Holding, The Scientist, 18 Oct 2004

Helicobacter pylori triggers gastric inflammation by injecting peptidoglycan from its cell wall into epithelial cells, where it is recognized by an intracellular pathogen recognition molecule, researchers report in Nature Immunology this week.

Richard Ferrero and colleagues at Institut Pasteur in France note in their paper that H. pylori strains carrying the cag pathogenicity island (cagPAI) are known to be more often associated with severe gastric inflammation and its pathogenic consequences in humans, but the mechanism underlying the link had been poorly understood...

"It's interesting biology because the organism is signaling the host by purposefully—adaptively—injecting pieces of its own cell wall into the [host] cells. So one of the questions that raises is, why is H. pylori doing that?" said Martin J. Blaser, from New York University School of Medicine.

The question should be viewed in the context of H. pylori as an often lifelong infection, said Blaser, who was not involved in the study. "I think that part of the message here is that H. pylori has co-evolved with humans, and it's evolved in a way that provides for persistence of the bacterium over decades."
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17 October 2004

Immune Function: Your state of mind has a direct effect on your immune system

Positive mood associated with activity in the left prefrontal lobe of the brain signficantly enhances immune response. Furthermore, Michael Eaglemeare reports on http://groups.yahoo.com/group/electroherbalism/message/1555 that the frequency 263.1hz stimulates the left prefrontal lobe. I've tested this and it appears to work a little better at 236.11hz so I am inserting the following in my F100 programs:

repeat 5 #try 5 minutes a day
dwell 60
duty 50
pulse 64 75
converge 0 0 #use exact frequency
end repeat

For FSCAN users this means use 263.11hz with a square wave, positive offset. Eaglemeare recommends no more than five volts, so use the five volt port on an FSCAN2.

Affective style and in vivo immune response: Neurobehavioral mechanisms
Melissa A. Rosenkranz, Daren C. Jackson, Kim M. Dalton, Isa Dolski, Carol D. Ryff , Burt H. Singer , Daniel Muller , Ned H. Kalin, and Richard J. Davidson
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 100:19:11148–11152, 16 Sep 2003

Considerable evidence exists to support an association between psychological states and immune function. However, the mechanisms by which such states are instantiated in the brain and influence the immune system are poorly understood. The present study investigated relations among physiological measures of affective style, psychological well being, and immune function. Negative and positive affect were elicited by using an autobiographical writing task. Electroencephalography and affect-modulated eye-blink startle were used to measure trait and state negative affect. Participants were vaccinated for influenza, and antibody titers after the vaccine were assayed to provide an in vivo measure of immune function. Higher levels of right-prefrontal electroencephalographic activation and greater magnitude of the startle reflex reliably predicted poorer immune response. These data support the hypothesis that individuals characterized by a more negative affective style mount a weaker immune response and therefore may be at greater risk for illness than those with a more positive affective style.
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10 October 2004

Why Do People Go Bald?

Intrigued by comments on hair loss and frequency effects I analyzed many different cases of Alopecia Areata. Recently, my son returned from Baghdad with an itchy scalp and sure enough, he picked up the "bald head virus!" It was a good opportunity to test him carefully and update the frequencies.

In every case of complete hair lost I found a virus with frequency 365466 and in most cases of partial hair loss, I found the bacterial form of the virus predominated with frequency 254466. As you will recall from previous postings with a photo of the SV40 virus attacking a cell, there are four components of a virus that can be seen in the photo. So you need four frequencies.

In testing a few people with little hair loss I found the same organism so the virus is quite widespread. I suspect that the observed genetic predisposal to hair loss is confounded by the fact that familial infections are common.

In any event, the following F100 program wipes out the virus. If you have a plasma device that only operates below 10000hz, then devide the frequencies by 64.

repeat 60
dwell 60
duty 50
pulse 64 75
converge 23 1
end repeat

09 October 2004

Cancer: A Programming Problem - Centrosomes

Photo by Thea Goepfert
Divining the Centrosome's Role in Cancer:
Pulled from the biomedical dustbin, a peripheral organelle finds center stage

Eugene Russo, The Scientist 18:19:18, 11 Oct 2004

MUTAGENS AND MITOSIS: Section cut through the mammary gland of a rat that had been treated with the carcinogen MNU. Centrosomes (green) are arranged at the base of each nucleus (red), and 45% of cells show amplified chromosomes.

Comments from journal article reviewers often surprise or frustrate. But the reviewer response that cell biologist William Brinkley received six years ago left him stunned.

Brinkley and his collaborator, Subrata Sen at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, were looking to demonstrate that a protein found on centrosomes, the organizing centers for microtubules during mitosis, disrupted cell division and possibly triggered carcinogenesis. Reviewers praised the work, but declared it incomplete. Brinkley and his colleagues, they instructed, needed to experimentally demonstrate that the protein of interest, when inserted into a diploid cell and induced to produce in excess, actually generated more centrosomes and converted the cell to aneuploidy. Amazingly, the reviewer had unwittingly asked Brinkley to prove a theory first proposed by pioneering biologist Theodor Boveri 80 years earlier.

"It was just almost uncanny," says Brinkley, dean of the graduate school of biomedical sciences at Baylor College of Medicine, and a long-time admirer of Boveri's work.

Boveri had a rather simple model for carcinogenesis. What distinguishes cancer cells from normal cells, he wrote in 1914, is abnormal chromosome number (later called aneuploidy); the wrong combination of chromosomes stems from aberrant centrosome number. "All he had at his disposal, literally, was a microscope," says Jeffrey Salisbury, a professor of molecular biology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minn. "This guy just sat down and looked." Following Brinkley's lead, several researchers have rediscovered Boveri's work in recent years while elucidating centrosome-associated cell-cycle proteins with potentially key roles in carcinogenesis.

08 October 2004

Homeopathy: Here is the Proof that it Works

WDDTY reports:
It is tragic that it has taken 16 years to vindicate the controversial discoveries of Dr Jacques Benveniste - and in the very week that he has died.

Dr Benveniste scientifically proved the basis of homeopathy in a series of experiments with water, which were published in Nature in 1988. Thereafter the medical establishment pilloried him, research funding was taken away, and his very promising career in science was ended. Television magician James Randi visited Benveniste's laboratories but, not surprisingly perhaps, was unable to verify his discovery.

But scientists ... have finally proved his findings. Four independent laboratories, in Ireland, Italy, France and the Netherlands, have discovered that effects can occur below the level at which any molecule of the substance is present.

Histamine dilutions modulate basophil activation
P. Belon1, J. Cumps2, M. Ennis3 , P. F. Mannaioni4, M. Roberfroid5, J. Sainte-Laudy6 and F. A. C. Wiegant7
Inflammation Research 53:5:181-188, April 2004

(1) Boiron, 20 rue de la Libération, 69110 Sainte-Foy-Les-Lyon, France
(2) UCL 7369, 73 avenue Emmanuel Mounier, 1220 Brussels, Belgium
(3) Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Institute of Clinical Science, The Queens University of Belfast, Grosvenor Road, BT12 6BJ Belfast, United Kingdom
(4) Department of Pharmacology, Pieraccini 6, 50139 Florence, Italy
(5) Laboratoire de biotoxicologie, 73 avenue Emmanuel Mounier, 1220 Brussels, Belgium
(6) Laboratoire dImmunologie et dAllergologie, 5 boulevard Montparnasse, 75006 Paris, France (7) Department of Molecular Cell Biology, University of Utrecht, 3508 Utrecht, The Netherlands

Abstract Background: In order to demonstrate that high dilutions of histamine are able to inhibit basophil activation in a reproducible fashion, several techniques were used in different research laboratories.
Objective: The aim of the study was to investigate the action of histamine dilutions on basophil activation.
Methods: Basophil activation was assessed by alcian blue staining, measurement of histamine release and CD63 expression. Study 1 used a blinded multi-centre approach in 4 centres. Study 2, related to the confirmation of the multi-centre study by flow cytometry, was performed independently in 3 laboratories. Study 3 examined the histamine release (one laboratory) and the activity of H2 receptor antagonists and structural analogues (two laboratories).
Results:High dilutions of histamine (10–30–10–38 M) influence the activation of human basophils measured by alcian blue staining. The degree of inhibition depends on the initial level of anti-IgE induced stimulation, with the greatest inhibitory effects seen at lower levels of stimulation. This multicentre study was confirmed in the three laboratories by using flow cytometry and in one laboratory by histamine release. Inhibition of CD63 expression by histamine high dilutions was reversed by cimetidine (effect observed in two laboratories) and not by ranitidine (one laboratory). Histidine tested in parallel with histamine showed no activity on this model.
Conclusions: In 3 different types of experiment, it has been shown that high dilutions of histamine may indeed exert an effect on basophil activity. This activity observed by staining basophils with alcian blue was confirmed by flow cytometry. Inhibition by histamine was reversed by anti-H2 and was not observed with histidine these results being in favour of the specificity of this effect. We are however unable to explain our findings and are reporting them to encourage others to investigate this phenomenon.

04 October 2004

Electromagnetic Fields Disrupt Cancer Cells

Cancer Research has just published a paper on electromagnetic (EM) field effects on cancer cells. There are numerous papers in the biophysics journals using random frequencies to achieve effects reported by Prof. Lai at the Rife International Conference this weekend in Seattle. However, this is one of the first papers published in a leading cancer research journal.

It is amazing to me that researchers keep getting results without using the correct frequencies. If they knew what they were doing they would kill all the cancer cells in these experiments.

Disruption of cancer cell replication by alternating electric fields.
Kirson ED, Gurvich Z, Schneiderman R, Dekel E, Itzhaki A, Wasserman Y, Schatzberger R, Palti Y.
Cancer Res. 2004 May 1;64(9):3288-95.

Low-intensity, intermediate-frequency (100-300 kHz), alternating electric fields, delivered by means of insulated electrodes, were found to have a profound inhibitory effect on the growth rate of a variety of human and rodent tumor cell lines (Patricia C, U-118, U-87, H-1299, MDA231, PC3, B16F1, F-98, C-6, RG2, and CT-26) and malignant tumors in animals. This effect, shown to be nonthermal, selectively affects dividing cells while quiescent cells are left intact. These fields act in two modes: arrest of cell proliferation and destruction of cells while undergoing division. Both effects are demonstrated when such fields are applied for 24 h to cells undergoing mitosis that is oriented roughly along the field direction. The first mode of action is manifested by interference with the proper formation of the mitotic spindle, whereas the second results in rapid disintegration of the dividing cells. Both effects, which are frequency dependent, are consistent with the computed directional forces exerted by these specific fields on charges and dipoles within the dividing cells. In vivo treatment of tumors in C57BL/6 and BALB/c mice (B16F1 and CT-26 syngeneic tumor models, respectively), resulted in significant slowing of tumor growth and extensive destruction of tumor cells within 3-6 days. These findings demonstrate the potential applicability of the described electric fields as a novel therapeutic modality for malignant tumors.