The Rise and Fall of a Scientific Genius

See the staggering discoveries and work of Roy Rife which led him to a cure for cancer (among many other diseases) in 1934. ear Rife’s own voice describe his breakthroughs and successes which shook the medical-pharmaceutical establishment to its core.

This documentary by Shawn Montgomery, will leave you reeling with anger and shock at what has been withheld from all of us by men with an unbridled lust for profits and a complete disregard for the welfare of humanity.

The Rise and Fall shows how Rife’s own brilliance led him to eventual ruin in the hands of the hopelessly corrupt American Medical Association, which did not and still does not want you to know his astonishing story. Countless millions of lives have been lost due to conflicting interests within the so-called Cancer Industry.

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  • buck50

    This video does not work.

    • Mitch M.

      Good – because the whole subject is new-age, conspiracy theory drivel.

      • Jackmeoff

        Oh, you’re one of them? Someone who debunks everything that isn’t status-quot or accepted by the establishment, therefore it is drivel? Go shopping, fool.

  • Tamra Kittler

    Interesting facts written on your blog, most I agree with. Recall viewing a similar blog which I will try to post. I will bookmark in any case I await your next thought provoking blog post

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  • awful_truth

          This documentary should be placed mainstream for everyone to watch and decide for themselves concerning it’s varacity. In my humble opinion, it doesn’t get any better than this, and those who don’t like what it implies, are the same people who are incapable of critical thinking regarding anything important. Although there is no doubt that not everything is a conspiracy, when it comes down to money, in particular corporate profit, you can bank on it 100% of the time. A truly great documentary.  

  • D.Sharp

    The whole idea of curing cancer is stupid. People eat crappy food, fail to exercise, smoke tobaco, drink alcohol, polute the air, polute the water, over-use antibiotics, genetically modify vegitables… and then they want a cure for cancer. DURRR!

    • bear

      Free oxygen radicals,produced from normal process in perfusion and ATP synthesis, can cause cancer. You could be the best “eater’, most fit, never smoke, not drink, live in a “perfect” environment and still get cancer. Those things just make it happen more frequently. but i totally agree

  • Wino Lips

    To D.Sharp,
    You make a valid point but none the less you ignore the fact that a true genius made an amazing breakthrough in medicine which helps us (if we ever need it, anyone can have bad luck) and possibly many of the victims of cancer. So dont be so negative you disgrace. I just hope that you want to sound opinionated and clever but understand the true tragedy of this story but yet took the low road, but no i would say your stupid you discuss me or no im prob total wrongers soz babez!

  • Hyungnam Gu

    Interest in Rife was revived in the 1980s by author Barry Lynes, who wrote a book about Rife entitled The Cancer Cure That Worked. The book claimed that Rife’s ‘beam ray’ device could cure cancer, but that all mention of his discoveries was suppressed in the 1930s by a wide-ranging conspiracy headed by the American Medical Association. The American Cancer Society described Lynes’ claims as implausible, noting that the book was written “in a style typical of conspiratorial theorists” and defied any independent verification.[5]

    In response to this renewed interest, devices bearing Rife’s name began to be produced and marketed in the 1980s. Such ‘Rife devices’ have figured prominently in several cases of health fraud in the U.S., typically centered around the uselessness of the devices and the grandiose claims with which they are marketed. In a 1996 case, the marketers of a ‘Rife device’ claiming to cure numerous diseases including cancer and AIDS were convicted of felony health fraud.[13] The sentencing judge described them as “target[ing] the most vulnerable people, including those suffering from terminal disease” and providing false hope.[14]In 2002 John Bryon Krueger, who operated the Royal Rife Research Society, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in a murder and also received a concurrent 30-month sentence for illegally selling Rife devices. In 2009 a U.S. court convicted James Folsom of 26 felony counts for sale of the Rife devices sold as ‘NatureTronics’, ‘AstroPulse’, ‘BioSolutions’, ‘Energy Wellness’, and ‘Global Wellness’.[15]

    Several deaths have resulted from the use of Rife machines in place of standard medical treatment. In one case, a U.S. court found that the marketer of a Rife device had violated the law and that, as a result of her actions, a cancer patient had ceased chemotherapy and died.[16] In Australia, the use of Rife machines has been blamed for the deaths of cancer patients who might have been cured with conventional therapy.[7]

    In 1994, the American Cancer Society reported that Rife machines were being sold in a “pyramid-like, multilevel marketing scheme”. A key component in the marketing of Rife devices has been the claim, initially put forward by Rife himself, that the devices were being suppressed by an establishment conspiracy against cancer “cures”.[5] Although ‘Rife devices’ are not registered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and have been linked to deaths among cancer sufferers, the Seattle Timesreported that over 300 people attended the 2006 Rife International Health Conference in Seattle, where dozens of unregistered devices were sold.