Monday, August 18, 2014

Spooky2 Rife Frequency for Crohn's


This won't make much sense at all unless you have Crohn's and own a Spooky2 machine for the Rife frequency therapy. Here's what I'm doing. I have a booster that I use only when I'm not using the Spike+Sync or Inverse+Sync Waveform on the 2nd output with a spike setting of 1 with 20 spikes. I will rotate between one of these settings or the use of the booster cable.

When using the booster cable, I use the Square Damped Waveform on both channels, with a randomized 4 Hz Gate. The 4Hz Gate will only be applied to the first output. 

When using the Spike+Sync or Inverse+Sync Waveform settings, you have to use the 2nd cable attached to output 2 instead of the booster cable, and only attach the red alligator clips of each cable to the elecrodes.

I've set up two custom frequency sets with a 180 dwell:

Set 1:  75, 254, 388.6, 484, 543.6, 610, 644, 660, 688, 690, 709.2, 727.5, 777, 777.2, 790, 864, 986, 1087.2, 1554.5, 2174.3, 2688, 2838.5, 2900, 3109, 4348.6, 6217.9

Set 2:  14, 20, 60, 95, 100, 110, 333, 428, 440, 600, 625, 650, 680, 768, 776, 786, 787, 802, 810, 832, 880, 1550, 2000, 3000, 10000

The sets take 75-78 minutes to complete. If you don't have that much time, then change the Dwell Multiplier to .5 to cut the time in half, .33 to cut it to a third, etc.

Ideally you complete each set for the entire 75 minutes twice a week at least 3 days apart for 3 weeks.  From everything I am reading, this is the recommendation for all frequency treatments for Crohn's and any other common diseases. Cancer seems to require some different things. 

For general health, use the following set: 120, 660, 690, 712, 728, 740, 776, 800, 803, 880, 1840, 1998. 

If you're doing this in addition to your Crohn's frequency sets, then you can delete 660, 690, 728, 776, and 880. This set should include all of the above settings, which means the set will take  36 minutes. If you create a set that eliminates the Crohn's frequency duplicates, the therapy session will only take 21 minutes. 

I'm on my second week of this therapy. I have tested 757, 688 and 690, using the Pulse accessory and have found that the Spooky2 killed these three microorganisms. I haven't tested all of the frequencies as testing with the Pulse requires a very still, quite area, and it takes quite some time. Treatment doesn't require these conditions, so I have found it easier to go through the therapy than to test for what microorganisms I have that's affecting my Crohn's. 

I do plan on testing all frequencies after the three weeks of therapy to ensure I am free of these harmful bacteria, parasites and viruses.

There are other microorganisms that can affect the colon negatively, so I will plan to treat for them following this three week of therapy.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Rife Machine for Crohn's

You may recall learning from your high school science teacher how all matter is not solid. Matter is comprised of atoms, which consist of particles, protons and electrons that aren't solid either. The vibration frequency of these particles is what seems to be the only thing holding matter together.

Albert Einstein said: "We, the people of this beautiful planet, are really beings made of energy, but we exist at the 3rd dimension because our atoms have a specific frequency which makes us able to exist in they very 3rd dimension."

Therefore, doesn't it make sense if you interrupt the vibration frequency that is holding a thing together, it could lead to its demise?  Well that certainly makes sense to me.  Just like how  an opera singer can shatter a glass when singing a particular very high pitch note.

The sound wave of this high pitch note is referred to has the Mortal Oscillatory Rate, or the MOR of the glass. Ultimately, everything that exists has a resonant frequency, and a MOR of it's own. For instance, the carcinoma cancer call has a MOR of 2128 Hz. When a cell is resonated at it's MOR, it is destroyed. Parasites, viruses, bacteria and other organisms all have their own MOR.

A couple of weeks ago, Rich and I played a tennis match and one of the partners we played, Mary, told me about a Rife machine she has that she uses to treat her son's Lyme disease. Simply put, it is a machine that can transmit MORs to harmful organisms in the body, and therefore, kill these harmful organisms.

Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, back in the late 20's created a microscope that could magnify 60,000 times so that he could for the first time observe living viruses and from about 1928 until the mid 1960's, he developed a system of electro-medical treatment and therapy to provide frequency therapy, primarily with cancer patients, and had spectacular success.

I purchased today's more affordable version of the Rife Machine, the Spooky2, recently and have begun using it for my Crohn's disease. I have researched the use of this machine and other Rife machines and their use on Crohn's patients and have heard some claims of success. I've only had it for a few days now but experimented with it over the weekend. There are many things that can worsen Crohn's and therapy for all of them would take me about 6 hours a day, so I have decided not to treat for all of them.

I've found a holistic doctor that uses this machine for Crohn's and his recipe is online. I wrote them down, but went back to find the link to post here and cannot find it. Hopefully when I get back on the computer that is connected to my Spooky2 I can find the site in my history. Any ways... the frequencies he suggests are all included within the frequencies noted for Crohn's so I'm starting with his suggestions because it will only take me about an hour and a half a day, four times a week to implement his suggestions.

You can complete the frequency therapy while watching television, but your hands are holding electrodes, so you cannot really do much while being treated.

I completed a little test this weekend that was very cool. One of the frequencies, 690, kills a bacteria that can contribute to many illnesses, and due to a cool little accessory to the Spooky2 called the Pulse, I can check to see if I have a particular bacteria, virus, or microbe within me. I confirmed that I had the 690 bacteria.

So I treated myself two consecutive days for this bacteria, and at the end of this treatment I retested myself, and sure enough, the bacteria was killed and no longer present. Very very cool.

Testing to see what harmful agents you have is very time consuming, however, and to narrow down the exact frequency to 2-4 decimal places takes even longer. So while I am checking for all of the harmful agents that once eliminated, can improve my Crohn's, I am also treating for the most common ones. I'm very excited to progress with this machine as part of my Crohn's management.

Additionally, I have found twelve frequencies that can be used in about 80% of illnesses, or so it seems. I'm just estimating that it's 80% because I seem to find them all of the time. It probably isn't that high, but regardless, it's a lot. I'm focusing on those frequencies as well. This way I can improve my overall health and  immune system so that my body can better handle my Crohn's.

Wish me luck. I'll keep you updated.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Fear is the Greatest Motivator

When I had my colonoscopy on July 15, Rich spoke with Dr. Sigmon following the procedure. This is how the conversation went: 

Dr. Sigmon: It is really really really inflamed in there.

Rich: It is?

Dr. Sigmon: Oh yeah. This is one of those things where it's almost hard not to take this personally. As the physician when we see inflammation like this, it's hard for me to explain it. But we want it to look better and to be good.

Rich: Right.

Dr. Sigmon: She had so many hopes I think before we did this that we were going to find nothing, or minimal inflammation. And I'm telling you, it was nasty looking, especially over in the sigmoid over here on the left side. It was so inflamed over there that I used a pediatric colonoscope and I wasn't sure I would get through that area it was so swollen and narrow. I just sort of held the scope there and waited for sort of the motility of the colon to sort of carry me through that area. And it was quite an anxious feeling because you don't want to cause a problem there but it was really really inflamed in there.

Ulcerated, ademidous, and mainly over in here there were some ulcers scattered about. The rectum looked normal. The ileim which is the terminal ileum of the small intestine looked normal. I did biopsies but it looked normal. But this is the type...I haven't send any meds yet but I think she needs to at least until we can get the biopsies back and can talk about options get back on her Asacol and she probably needs to be on a couple antibiotics because I'm worried about that inflammation in there.   And that antibiotic one of them would be Flagl or Metrodnidazole and the other Zifaxin.

Rich: What's the purpose of the antibiotic?

Dr. Sigmon: Because there's so much inflammation in there and the biopsies and stuff that you just don't want the bacteria to get invaded into the wall of the colon. With that amount of inflammation she's a bit at risk for perforation. So I don't want that to happen obviously.

I think that what she's going to need medicine wise is the full course press and I mean is one of the biologic agents because it is so inflamed in there. We can't, ummm, we can only be so dogmatic about  these things to patients. We can't dictate the therapy, we can make big time recommendations, but I'm just afraid if we don't check this or get this under control, it's going to be a bad thing. Inflammation can result in scarring because Crohn's is a full thickness disease, and if you get scars there. You can't fix scars except by surgery and if you get a stenotic area there.

Rich: What do you do about that?

Dr. Sigmon: About the stenosis?

Rich: Yeah, the stenosis?

Dr. Sigmon:  You have to have surgery.

Rich: To remove that part?

Dr. Sigmon: Ummm humm.

Rich: There's no reducing it once it becomes too thickened?

Dr. Sigmon:  No, but. Well no we could. It's inflamed right now, but I'm worried that over time if we don't do something about we're going to end up with a scar.

Rich: Inflammation would just be like temporary thickening as with scarring would be more permanent thickening.

Dr. Sigmon:  Correct, correct.

Rich:  Okay.

Dr. Sigmon:  I've got one lady I have to do some procedures on next, but I think I'd like to talk to her for a little bit before she scoots out of here just to sort of give her my take on this.

Rich: So the two big questions is, one of them is, is she in remission, well obviously the answer is no.

Dr Sigmon: No

Rich: The other is, she's been trying to deal with this through the natural, you know...

Dr. Sigmon: And I respect that.

Rich:  ...watching everything and quite frankly it has been keeping her symptoms pretty well, but then the worry is that even though your symptom free, you don't really know what's going on.

Dr. Signmon: Right, we talk about clinical remission, or clinical evidence of disease and endoscopic evidence of disease. And we know that endoscopic evidence of disease and clinical evidence of disease do not correlate one to one. Okay? So she might feel better, but her colon looks like, yuck.

Rich: Okay.

Dr. Sigmon:  It's not a scientific word, but...

Rich:  I understand. It gets the point across.

Dr. Sigmon:  It makes me sick on my stomach I mean when I was in there I was like, oh my gosh! You know because I get all buoyed up too thinking, oh yeah, maybe this is going to look good, but realistically, I know man, I don't know how in the world it's going to look good because she hasn't been on any medicine to speak of off and on for a while and her sed rate was out the wazoo this last time, I mean it was way up there, index of inflammation. So I know something's going on, and I dodn't think she'd been on medicine long enough, or potent enough medicine long enough to get that inflammation under control. But man, we'll take it. If it's in remission, we'll all go celebrate together, but, that's why I mean I take it personally because when I see that and you're like...

Rich: So the sed rate is that a big indicator.

Dr. Sigmon:  It's an indicator of inflammation. 

Rich:  Right

Dr. Sigmon:  You can't just follow that solely.

Rich:  Right

Dr. Sigmon:  But, in this case it was spot on.


Dr. Sigmon:  I know. Belive me I hate this. It's the one thing I hate bout this job.

Rich:  Yeah, I understand.

Dr. Sigmon: We can't all come back and say it's great. We have to come tell the news. But we want to make it better

Rich:  Right, right.  So I now there are different levels of the medication. 

Dr. Sigmon:  Yeah.

Rich:  You kind of start off at one and my understanding is that over time a period of time it loses its effectiveness

Dr. Sigmon:  It's a pyramid. And it's called step up versus top down therapy. She needs to go from the top down. I mean it's that inflamed. 

Rich:  Okay.

Long pause...

Dr. Sigmon: That's my recommendation, so you know.

Rich:  Okay.

Every time I get tempted to do something that will not be good for my colon, I will remember or play parts of this recording. By typing it out here for you to read, I hope it will help give me the will power to do what I need to do.