ETDFL Frequency List

The CAFL frequency book stopped being printed and updated in June 2007.

Diseases and illnesses did not stop in 2007, so the ETDFL frequency book took over the list and was published 2008 – 2012.

The publishers of ETDFL are in Germany, and we translated it into English,

Since 2007, 2500 disease conditions were added to the list, and on average, every year 250 new conditions are added.  Defunct frequencies from the original CAFL book have been replaced where required.

The 3500 Disease/Pathogen ETDFL book supplied with Rife Digital lists a number of frequencies next to each disease condition.  The object of the treatment with Rife Digital is to program the appropriate list into the machine in order to reverse or send into remission any particular disease.  This is achieved through the use of specific electronic frequencies known to eliminate pathogens and diseases.

The lists are compiled from more than 5 sources since 1930,  The Frequencies given have been researched indepth, and many times diseases and parasites frequencies are documented while using a Rife Machine or Zapper in conjunction with a Synchrometer, or Bio-feedback device, and even using a microscope to discover the exact frequency where the “Die off” happens.  The “Die Off” is considered the frequency of that pathogen.  Multiple frequencies are given, because more than one pathogen is usually involved in a disease.  Much of this can be read in Dr Clark’s book, or Dr Rife’s book, and is not achievable here in a simple email.



Posted on January 29, 2012, in ETDFL - Frequency List, FAQs, Questions - Answers - Misc.. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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