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AZURE WISH
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Help needed in general. person without treatment considering rife due to expenses. here is the link.

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/3/28302

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There are three people who sells at near cost.

One of them is the person above who sells the Doug Coil for around $1,200

http://sites.google.com/site/coilmachines4less/coilmachines4less

The other two sell EMEM machines for under $1,000

Here is one site that builds a economical EMEM.

http://www.rifemachinebuilder.com/1.html

Dan T is the other builder but he has no web-site or E-mail. I have his contact information if you want it. He is usually quite busy and it takes a while to get machine built. His are probably the lowest cost.

Here is a place where you can buy used frequency based machines.

http://www.drloyd.com/bb/viewforum.php?f=2&sid=dd9ddde0506ac20e9821e71368dc2218

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Here's a PM i received, same problem, maybe it's even the same person:
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Thackery Binks
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Member # 32779 Icon 1 posted 09 July, 2011 06:48 PM Profile for Thackery Binks .... I was reading people's threads when I cam across a thread on a woman who had hit rock bottom and you had mentioned Rife therapy. I am also at that point and could so use some advice on therapy. I am a 31 year old male who has been sick since age eleven. I had gotten well for only 2-3 years long enough to work physical therapy, and then to lose it all. My primary sickness was my blood sugar, a constant rare low blood sugar. Which began with just dropping in the 70s and 60s, then after years later not a surprise to end up in the 50s and 30s. Then it was my brain, started getting white matter damage. Then my vision in the form of billions of spots 24/7, then my balance, my memory, my personality, only being able to be up and out for an hour at a time before getting tired, getting diagnosed with sleep apnea (at 143 pounds) that they said could be related to my brain and my body, and a heart that misses very dangerous rates, thousands upon thousands of skips per day.
I am starting to need almost 24 hour care and I fear for the ones I love. I lost my job as a physical therapist, I lost my job working at home as a computer technician because of the amount of time it takes me to read the words over the bright spots in my vision. I am on doctor probably 40-50... If I really counted, maybe more than that. 7 endos', 7 neuros with 4 more they're sending me to (neuroopthomologist, seizure specialist, MS specialist said I was making it all up) We struggle like crazy to pay the $300 per month health insurance, which I have just found out will not cover any treatments I will need for what I believe to be bothering me. I have located the closest LLMD and it's basically 4 hours away... problem is I can't make a 4 hour car ride with my blood sugar drops, even with proper dietary objects that are supposed to bring it back up. Another thing, I can't afford the fees. The LLMD's would cost thousands over the course of treatment. My thoughts are to try Rife and Herbals, although very selectively as money will be the biggest issue.
What I really need your help, if you would, is to give me advice because if we are able to get up the money for this rife machine (I plan on selling every tv, dvd, little thing I own for a fund for it), I have to make sure I get the right one, because then we will have no other option.
I have asked peoples opinions before but not really getting an answer and I feel this is degenerating so quickly time is something that's very very, important, because my main neurological symptoms just started this year and have already gotten to the point to where I can barely walk, and can only see 2/3rds of everything, and feel faint every day.
I see all kinds of Rife machines,
right now we only have a few hundred dollars, maybe 300-400, i know that' probably not enough, but if we have to sell stuff how much do we need?
I don't want to buy a cheap one if it won't work. The higher priced ones are sooo much, like 2,500.
Can you tell me what you use, and if you know any of the more affordable ones work?

....I'm grasping at straws here, and could use some advice from someone who has experience. Posts: 2 | From USA, NC | Registered: Jul 2011

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That was I, Pamoisondelune, thank you so much for the reply, as well you Azure Wish and D Bergy, I think I understand the EMEM is a sufficient machine if I'm not mistaken and we will try to earn for that one now, especially since one of the link offers 300 down, if not I would love to contact Dan T if he is not currently building too many for others. Thank you all so much.
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