Difference Between a Carrier Wave and a Plasma or Ray Tube?

A Carrier Wave is not a Plasma or Ray Tube.

Plasma and Ray Tubes are physical but unique light “bulbs” which are attached to Rife Machines, such as the Resonant Light.

A “Carrier Wave” is the method in which the frequency is delivered to the client.  It is the superior means of transmission, and is the mainstay of the Rife Digital Ultimate Series.  For example: Carrier waves are  the “invisible” methods used by Radio Stations to transmit their programs to your portable device. You cant see it, but its there.



Posted on January 28, 2012, in Questions - Answers - Misc.. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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