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Manual Rife machine for hiv/aids by aifam55 ..... AIDS & HIV Forum

Date:   8/19/2013 7:44:55 PM ( 8 years ago ago)
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I found only one chart (it was hard to find) that listed all the rife frequencies that were original and then had columns for the others that came later. Rife did not use 95% of the newer frequencies. Since I saw no effect on the hiv viral load when using the Beck protocol for 2 years I'm looking at something else also and will still zap 12 hours a day with Beck's zapper anyway. I just got a standard non-programmable frequency generator and will use it only on frequencies 2489, 880, 787, 727 and 465. And for hours, through the legs, the torso and the arms. With CD4 cells at 80, I will be stopping meds on 9/9/13. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. For those who still think hiv is harmless and not a major of aids, take a look at all those who used Atripla. The hiv viral load went to undetectable and the CD4 cells (T-cells) recovered eventually. Hiv will kill most (not all) people if untreated. If the CD4 cells go to 10 or 0 very likely you will die from something. They don't even need to go anywhere that low for it to make a person get life-threatening diseases easily.
A manual Rife machine is pretty cheap. Just do one setting at a time. Instead of 2 or 3 minutes on each freq, I'll be doing hours. Let's see.
This thing was only $400 with large book on freq, handles and foot pads. But I am using pads through the torso at lot also. It works as a Clark zapper no problem too.
I think the ones that program 200 freqs and run 8 frequencies at a time are mainly gimmicks. There is one main strain (with subsets)of HIV in the USA. This might work to lower hiv. Many others and also myself have found the Beck Protocol did not lower hiv viral loads anywhere the claims of Bob Beck or even in any significant way. But it helps with symptoms a lot.

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