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It was proven back in the 30’s that certain vibrations could kill cancer cells , in fact it worked so well that the AMA and big pharmacy got spooked that they would loose billions due to an actual cure that they disowned the doctor who proved it.

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The claim you're referring to likely involves Royal Raymond Rife and his "beam ray" device from the 1930s. Rife claimed that his machine could destroy pathogenic organisms, including cancer cells, by vibrating them at certain frequencies. However, these claims have been widely debunked and are not supported by credible scientific evidence.


There are several key points to consider in response to such claims:

Scientific Validation: There is no credible scientific evidence that Rife's machine or any similar "vibration" therapy can cure cancer. Rigorous testing, peer review, and replication of results are fundamental to establishing the validity of medical treatments. Despite the popularity of Rife's claims in some circles, they have not been substantiated through this process.

Regulatory Oversight: The American Medical Association (AMA) and pharmaceutical companies are subject to stringent regulatory oversight, which includes the approval of new therapies and drugs based on evidence of their safety and efficacy. The notion that a potential cure for cancer would be suppressed due to financial interests overlooks the complex processes involved in drug development and approval, as well as the immense scientific and ethical scrutiny these processes are subject to.

Advancements in Cancer Treatment: Since the 1930s, there have been significant advancements in cancer treatment, including surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and targeted therapy, among others. These treatments are the result of extensive research and clinical trials and have been proven to save lives and improve the quality of life for many cancer patients.

Conspiracy Theories: The idea that a cure for cancer has been suppressed by the medical establishment is a common conspiracy theory. It's important to approach such claims critically and consider the source of the information, the evidence presented, and whether it has been peer-reviewed and replicated.


In summary, while the history of medicine includes many unconventional ideas and treatments, the scientific method remains the best tool we have for determining what works and what doesn't. Claims about curing cancer with vibrations, as attributed to Rife, do not stand up to scientific scrutiny and should be viewed with skepticism.

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Okay, so those points come from those people who have a vested interest in never finding a cure. You cannot seek rent on the cured, only on the treatments and patents.

They talk about the scientific method, but that's the opposite of the gatekeeping they are trying to do here by convincing you to defer to "the experts".

And regarding Rife; energy waves can destroy most anything. There is more to it than that.

"The Science" (The Rockefeller stooges) acted like they dismissed his findings, then they repackaged them, patented it and have been selling those treatments for some time.

It's not about magical frequencies, it's about not harming the tissue around the thing you want to destroy. Which is why they will shoot multiple lower energy beams into your body simultaneously, combining at the site of the cells they want to burn out.

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Do you really think some guy invented a cure for all disease in the 1930s that just involved vibrations and no one else has recreated this simple device since because the drug companies suppress it? It's 1930s tech. If it worked then anyone could make it now and prove it, but it obviously doesn't work. Use your head.

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Have you HEARD of Scoopified?

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You won't read this because you have me blocked, but I find that vibrations are immensely fascinating because everything in the universe is some form of vibration. Sound waves, light waves etc. Every atom is simply a bunch of electrical impulses vibrating to create what we perceive as matter. Great topic.

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You won't read this because you have me blocked
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I have no idea why she blocked me.

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It's bizarre 😂

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It's bizarre to block someone? How dramatic, Karen 😂

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But why NZer? What did she do?

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I don't see you questioning why I block anyone else

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Cool!



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Isn't it!

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This is cool and all, but I'm not sure what this proves.

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