Human Papilloma Virus HPV

Question:

How would I treat vaginal and anal genital warts, (undiagnosed) Human Papilloma Virus HPV, possible related cancers…cervical etc., possible tumor (unidentified growth) swelling from rectum.  How would you program the machine to target all of these simultaneously?  Also, what should be the length of time per session and for how many weeks/months?

Answer:
All 3 issues (mentioned)  are related: ie the same virus (HPV) creates all 3 symptoms.

Warts are common, and are caused by a viral infection, specifically by the human papillomavirus (HPV).  Two types of papilloma often associated with HPV are “squamous cell papilloma” and “transitional cell papilloma” (also known as “bladder papilloma”.)
HPV itself can only be eradicated when the HPV virus is eliminated from the body.

Often a misconception arises when the HPV sufferer believes the Wart or Papilloma (a benign epithelial tumor) is a topical or localized problem, where in fact scientific research has found the virus to be resident in the blood of patients.  This means a topical, or localized approach to treatment will not necessarily eradicate the virus from the body.

This is why a Rife, Specifically an Ultimate Rife with Frequency programmability is able to produce an adjustable frequency between 0hz – 1 million frequencies.  The frequency pulsing on the positive terminal sends an electronic “shock-wave” through the body, which eliminates the HPV that live within this 1 million hz band. This positive current detaches the negatively charged virus from their electro-magnetic adhesion in the body, so that the immune system can fight them.

Here are the CAFL frequencies for HPV:

Papilloma (HPV) Frequencies: 0.04, 0.32, 0.57, 0.85, 5.25, 7.25, 50.00, 93.50, 300.00, 475.47

Set the Rife to each frequency and use for minimum of 1 session per day.  Many people use the Rife on the feet at night, and for HPV Therapy 3 hours while resting/sleeping per night for the first 10 days (sessions)

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Posted on March 3, 2012, in Human Papilloma Virus HPV, Questions - Answers - Misc.. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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