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purplehaze
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As someone with absolutely no clue about a Rife machine, I would appreciate if anyone who knows and has some kind of experience using a Rife machine would help me in deciding if any one of the two Rife machines presented on this web site [rifedigital.net] would be of any benefit to me.

I know the subject of Rife machines has been discussed quite a lot around the forums but my foggy brain just gets overwhelmed trying to read and understand what could potentially be the best type for my own personal use
I see Rife and Doug Coil been talked about but I cannot figure out which could be the better of the two for purchasing


thanks in advance

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joalo
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I haven't used either but I will bump this up for others to see.

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joalo,

Thanks for the fishing expedition of some threads that got lost.

purplehaze,

You might post on one of the Discussion Boards here, and also get Rosner's book, it's essential. Good luck.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=117755;p=0

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Any rife will have the same frequencies. But some can run "sweeps" / multiple frequencies that speed up the time when various infections are worked with.

With any rife, you'd rife no more often than every 12 days for lyme for a few minutes (for quite a while, until no herx - then longer time and more frequently but surely not at first).

However, coinfections can be worked on during those 12 days off.

The main difference is cost.

And the fan on the EMEM5. Most do not find it loud but I cannot tolerate it. I can't do ANY kind of fan noise, even computer fan makes me very ill.

But of hundreds the man made who made mine, he said he'd never heard that from others. So this may not be an issue for you. I do have some bone "holes" in one of my inner ear canals, though, so that explains a lot.

I think the other models are much quieter and don't have the kind of fan required for the EMEM5.

EMEM5 - can't run more than a half hour without a half hour break (or that might be 20 minutes, I forget but the mfg. will tell you.

The other styles can run longer. But cost far more.

But you can get what you need with the less expensive EMEM5, many have.
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thank you joalo and keebler
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Question as my machine has a frequency box. The last number on the right (lowest I presume) says .0 on top. Am I right assuming that if you want say 660 then it would be actually 660.0
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Sounds right to me. Some machines can run fractional frequencies.

The only two Lyme frequencies I use are 2016 and 840.6 Hz.

Dan

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I'm also using 2016 to great effect based on D Bergy's research in that mega thread.

I would recommend getting a Spooky2: http://www.spooky2.com/ . You can get a basic setup of the generator and handheld contacts for like $170 with shipping to the US.

I was introduced to the Rife world by someone with a GB4000. I decided to get a Spooky2 as it was so much cheaper, and the guy with the GB4000 eventually tried mine and said it had the same effect as his machine.

You do need a computer to run the Spooky2 software, but once you get the hang of it the interface is pretty powerful.

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I still think it's best to go with the old standards like the EMEM5A or the Doug coil, any of those listed in Bryan Rosner's book, etc.

It does not matter that you can only run the EMEM 30 minutes at a time, because you shouldn't rife that long at one time anyway. So, no biggie.

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So agree with Lymetutu!! Can't say enough about the EMEM5a and it's maker! 11 years of life-altering illness! Had to stop antibiotics! I have now enjoyed 3 years of good health!!!

My LLMD was there to guide me through western and alternative medicine approach!

Most of all...Glory to God!!

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