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Jeff Sutherland

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FSCAN FAQ: Identifying and Eliminating the “Cancer Germ” Bacillus Licheniformis

The Rife “filterable bacteria” has been studied by the Rife research community for decades and eliminated from many cancer patients using frequency devices of many types. The original frequencies identified by Rife’s colleagues are allegedly: BX form: 21275, BY form: 20080, B Coli filt virus: 17220, B Coli rod form: 8020.

The BX and BY frequencies are believed to have been altered by John Crane to 2127 and 2008 in later years to meet either restrictions on frequency broadcasting or to adjust to limitations of inexpensive frequency devices. This is no longer necessary for either reason and is a historical artifact. In my own experiments, 2127 and 2008 work well as do 21275 and 20080. Both seem to work better together. I have also identified the frequencies 1765 and 2663 as essential in several human and animal tumors. I have assumed that 2663 is the fungus-like form of the bacillus and that 1765 represents a fourth form which must be eliminated or all forms reappear.

So it was with some interest that I examined the Milton Wainwright micrograph in the previous posting. Using the Cameron Aurometer technique which (discussed in an earlier posting), I can often identify a frequency of an organism. In this case, it was clear to me that it was 21554. Testing in the 2663 range, I identified an additional frequency for this organism of 2655. These are good starting points for automated analysis of resonant frequencies of a living organism using the DIRP function of the FSCAN. And both of them were close to previously identified frequencies for forms of this organism.

By chance, I had just eliminated a basal cell carcinoma using a combination of frequency and herbal treatments. The tumor was thoroughly treated for the 1765, 2127, 2008, and 2663 forms of the virus and the FSCAN DIRP function indicated no resonant organisms remained. However, I was concerned about recurrence so immediately checked and the Aurameter tested positive at 21554 and 2655. Running a DIRP scan I got what I initially thought to be a perfect snapshot of the frequency response of the fungal form of Bacillus lincheniformis shown above. After looking at the graph, an FSCAN user reminded me that this was an area of the frequency spectrum where everyone got a lot of hits, possibly from ionic resonance or some other artifact.

Nevertheless, I initially did some sweeps from 2640 to 2670 and 21550 to 21570 using plate zapping of organs that tested positive with the Cameron Aurameter. This strategy seems to reduce the resonance of the region enough to use the Aurameter to pick out four frequencies 2654 2659 21556 21567 where it persistently tested positive. I suspect these may remaining strains of the organism.

I find it best to treat using the following loop based on a modified form of the Turf template. My tests indicate that a square wave, positive DC offset is important to get a positive effect. The F155 programmable frequency generater puts out 5V which is enough to use as a pad device. Lower voltage is not effective and higher is better. The FSCAN will put out up to 27V in this range. I use the F155 to drive an EM5C+ Rife device and a BioPhoton Integrator. The BioPhoton Integrator (described in earlier postings) is effective independent of voltage output and is my primary mode of treatment. I let the loop run until I can no longer detect any resonance.

label start
dwell 5 #I like short dwell times that cycle through frequencies
duty 10 #A square wave run at 10% duty cycle generates even harmonics which are critical with fungus type organisms
pulse 64 75 #Layering a 64HZ wave on top of the primary frequency enhances effectiveness
2654 2659 21556 21567
goto start #Return to start and do again

This program is only for the fungal form of the organism. The other forms must be eliminated also (2127, 2008, and possibly a frequency near 1765). My experiments suggest that Bacillus licheniformis is a mutagen and tumor promoter. If it is not eliminated, more tumors will appear and current tumors will progress to more malignant cellular populations. As a result, I believe that eliminating this organism in healthy people may be one of the best cancer prevention programs available.

Eliminating the organism does not seem to eliminate currently malignant cellular populations. This must be done with frequencies in the 11.7MHZ range in combination with the immune system or lower octaves of the exact frequency in that range which will be different for each cellular population. Since finding the exact frequency may be problematic, some have proposed scanning broad regions in this frequency band. There is research in the literature that suggests that some frequencies selectively inhibit mitosis of malignant cells.

A strong immune system is critically important and may make the difference in success or failure in these experiments. My tests indicate that Transfer Factor Plus is the best available and I would not be without it. Nutritional strategies known to affect tumors and homeopathy can support healing when frequencies alone will not do the job.

Finally, this organism goes systemic like candida. You may need to use plate zapping with microscopic slides of most organ tissue to completely eliminate it. Parasite and candida infections often work in concert to suppress the immune system, helping it to persist. Multiple infections may need to be eliminated concurrently.

Happy hunting, and remember, this is a science experiment, not necessarily a cure for cancer. Check your results with your physician. In this case, nothing remained but some scar tissue which I had biopsied by a dermatologist. The pathology report diagnosis: Scar suggestive of prior procedure or trauma at this site. There is no evidence of basal cell carcinoma.