Tuberculosis Frequencies Version 3.0

An Armenian doctor showing chest x-rays used to track a patient’s tuberculosis that has been resistant to drug therapy.
Published: New York Times, December 6, 2008

Update 11 Nov 2012: Tuberculosis frequencies have been repeatedly updated since 2008 and Version 3.0 is available. Certain strains of the swine flu included tuberculosis. In the opinion of this researcher, most deaths due to swine flu were caused by the swine flu viruses, bacteria, and parasites combined with tuberculosis. In addition, more virulent strains of tuberculosis have appeared, even more resistent to antibiotics than XDR tuberculosis.

This means that those interested in the latest tuberculosis frequencies should subscribe to the Frequency Foundation list where all updates are posted. See this link …

Original Research on XDR-Tuberculosis
Version 2.2 – 20 December 2008
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XDR-TB: Tuberculosis Frequencies Version 2.0 by Jeff Sutherland is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Based on a work at

All frequencies are based on original research on thousands of people, animals, microscopic slides, and high-resolution digital photos and microscopic images of the actual organisms. The Frequency Foundation database contains many gigabytes of original raw frequency data from a decade of research and these data are researched and refined to continually update frequency sets. For questions, errors, or omissions contact: Frequencies are for research purposes only and may be helpful, harmful, or ineffective depending on how they are used. These programs may generate negative side effects in the form of Herxheimer reactions or other phenomenon and are only to be used by other researchers for experimentation at their own risk.

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Ongoing research added another strain of XDB-TB and parasites associated with this organism.

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The New York Times recently provided new photos on a case of drug resistant tuberculosis that are useful for enhancing the tuberculosis frequency set. Many cases have been examined by the Frequency Foundation through electronic media and all cases have the same virus associated with the tuberculosis organism. This virus has been added to the frequency set. It appears that a number of persistent bacteria harbor a virus that helps protect them by reducing immune function and, in this case, reducing respiratory function. Fortunately, it is remarkably easy to eliminate this complex of organisms with frequencies.

From the point of view of frequency research, XDR-TB, MDR-TB, and TB are very different organisms. Each is included in the attached frequency set. There may be additional strains and there may be other helper viruses. That is a topic for future research when modifications are needed to eliminate new strains of the organisms.
In the 1980’s, after spending many years as a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, it was clear that drug technology is a 1940’s technology that will not take us into the future. Suppression of innovation in medicine by business interests has assured that we will not have the technology of the future until enough people die unnecessarily that people start demanding something different. For example, I recently suggested to a physician at one of the world’s largest non-profit organizations trying to eradicate tuberculosis and malaria that they try some frequency work. I was told if they experimented with frequency devices they would lose all their grants. Innovation is being systematically suppressed by your government and your physicians are living in fear of losing their livelihoods.
Imagine if IBM has been able to suppress chip innovation. We would have to build a laptop with vacuum tubes and use a truck to haul it around. This is the situation we are in with drugs. Innovation in electronics can completely replace drugs. The healing tool of the future will be our laptop or smartphone. It will have a database for frequency transmission that can emulate any drug. Frequency Foundation is already using technologies that detect and prevent disease before you even know you have it.
It would be an excellent idea to experiment with and gain an understanding of how to use the tuberculosis frequencies with the many Rife technologies widely available on the market. Because about 1/3 of the population has latent infections with tuberculosis organisms, you may need to eliminate a ticking time bomb that can erupt when your immune system is suppressed for any reason.
It will take a worldwide grass roots movement to eliminate XDR:TB so I am releasing the frequencies under a Creative Commons License that allows anyone to use them for non-commercial purposes with attribution.

#repeat will vary with organism and technologies
repeat 10
program c
vbackfreq a 0.002478752 0 66.6
vbackfreq b 0.049787068 0 66.6
#parasite associated with XDR-TB 20081212
fuzz .034% 1
685677 #444544 424467 344444 244666 144644 74466 44454 26666
#268666 12666 #XDR-TB strain 1
#286566 12666 #XDR-TB strain 2
#use sweep to clear drug resistant strains
dwell 10
sweep 12346 12944 1
sweep 268166 269054 1 #268666 12666 #XDR-TB strain 1
sweep 286054 287000 1 #286566 12666 #XDR-TB strain 2
dwell 360
fuzz .044% 1
434324 414422 364443 243333 143332 77565 44443 24343
dwell 90
#XDR-TB virus 20081212
fuzz .0013% 1
19623443 18444444 17443344 16453343 15444433 14433344 13334443 12344444 11434334 10433334
9444343 8444333 7443333 6343443 5434334 4433443 3433423 2444355 1576567
fuzz .044% 1
944446 844554 743443 666665 544545 433676 334466 243665 165765 95534 84544 74657 64446
fuzz .044% .1
56654 45345 24455 14344 6446 3345 2443 1444 766 444
dwell 360
fuzz .034% 1
234344 #MDR-TB
244344 #Mycobacterium tuberculosis
converge .024% 1
288666 #Tuberculosis miasm strain
converge 0.016% .1
12567.6 # protein
1662 2774
end repeat

The frequencies are in F100 programming language format. This is thoroughly documented at
Ongoing research will update these frequencies. For documentation of these frequencies and to obtain updates to these and many other frequency sets you can subscribe to the Frequency Foundation by clicking on the button below. Be advised that these frequencies will be upgraded as organisms mutate based on ongoing research and only subscribers will receive updates.


  • Mark Thomas Posted December 14, 2008 9:32 am

    Thanks Jeff:

    How long did it take for hand washing to become an accepted routine medical practice ? Vitamin C and scurvy ?

    Thanks for humoring me and the rest of the world by dowsing out the drug resistant TB strains and their viral confections.

    I was at your seminar in Las Vegas several years ago. I enjoyed it.

    Per usual you are on the ball.


  • st0ckman Posted December 17, 2008 7:33 pm

    another great article dr., thank you. i quoted you on my blog.

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