THE EXPERIMENTAL USE OF A 1028 CYCLES PER SECOND VOLTAGE SQUARE WAVE FOR REPAIR OF BONE FRACTURES, AND BONE BREAKS, CARTILAGE DAMAGE, AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE DAMAGE IN GENERAL
by Gary Wade, Physicist (10/27/08)
Some years ago in a phone conversation with a voltage square wave Rife machine practitioner, I was told a story of how a horse with a non-union fracture for nine months was quickly healed by the use/application of a 1028 cycles per second voltage square wave applied across the non-union fracture (see illustration in Figure 1). This 1028 cycles per second (cps) voltage square wave treatment protocol for the horse was provided by a dowser at the request of the Rife machine practitioner. The dowser specified that an output voltage of 3.6 to 6.3 volts was best to use. This corresponds to the output amplitude knob on the great majority of signal function generators set to approximately 1/3 to a little over 1/2 on (knob in straight up position). The 1028 cps voltage square wave was to be used for broken bones for twenty minutes two to three times per twenty four hours.
Approximately a year after I received this information, I had a phone call from a man looking for a Rife frequency for helping his wife who had a non-union broken bone in her foot for also nine months. I passed the 1028 cps information onto him and approximately three weeks later he called and thanked me and informed me that his wife’s bone break was healing very well as verified by x-ray. Another two months passed and he called again to thank me again for his wife’s complete recovery, and to inform me that he had had a degenerated right hip joint that greatly limited his mobility. However, after seeing the complete recovery of his wife, he had decided to try the 1028 cps voltage square wave on his degenerative hip joint. He placed one electrode on the front side of his hip and one on the backside of his right hip and treated himself while he slept at night. After two months of treatment he claimed his right hip joint was completely regenerated and that he now no longer had trouble walking and climbing stairs. Well, as time passed, I continued to pass on the 1028 cps information to people in need. I have now numerous reports of success in treating knee cartilage and knee connective tissue damage, broken/fractured bones, and connective tissue injuries throughout the body. Wherever there is a damaged area or region, just place the electrodes so that the problem region is approximately between them. Just how long a treatment should be for optimum results is not known. However, all night treatments (~8 hours) have so far shown no adverse effects as long as the signal function generator output voltage is not set to high and the DC offset is not on.
As a practical example, consider the treatment of animals such as horses and dogs. They have a fur (electrically insulating dense hair) attached to a hide. To get the needed electrical current into the flesh the current must pass through the fur and hide regions. To accomplish this an electrically conductive gel is needed to be worked (kneaded) into the fur thoroughly so as to make a continuously electrically conductive path from the surface of the fur to the surface of the hide. Of course you could just shave an area big enough for electrode placement. However, in the case of show horses and show dogs this might not be desirable. The electrically conductive gel can be obtained on amazon.com in the form of ultrasound gel, which also doubles as an electrically conductive gel. Most ultrasound gels now double as an electrically conductive gel, but you should check to make sure on the gel you buy. The electrodes in general can be held in place by the use of an ace bandage or masking tape. For example, you can buy rolls of masking tape that are ˝”,1”,2”,3”, etc. wide and wrap them around the foot, ankle, and knee holding the electrodes in place. Two large (3” plus wide) pieces of masking tape can be used to hold the electrodes on the front and back side of a hip joint. On people it may sometimes be necessary to shave the area. As electrodes, I use fender washers which I attach alligator clips to or I drill a hole in their edge and solder dual wires from the signal function generator to them and use heat shrink on the wires where they connect to the washer to greatly lessen work hardening and therefore breakage of solder connections to the washer (see photographs). Be sure to use very fine steel wool to clean the fender washer soldering sites before soldering.
Just think of all of the horses out there that have connective/cartilage tissue damage in their feet, ankles, knees, and shoulders that could potentially be greatly helped by the use of the 1028 cps voltage square wave experimental therapy.
To experiment with this 1028 cps voltage square wave, you will require a standard electronic technician signal function generator, which produces voltage sine waves, voltage square waves, and voltage triangle waves. These signal function generators are readily available on the internet. They range from a couple hundred dollars to a couple thousand dollars. However, you only need the cheap end units that cost around $250 to $300 including S and H. You will want a four digit LED frequency readout panel, both a coarse and a fine frequency adjustment knobs, and a frequency stabilization circuit. I personally use and recommend (DIGITAL FUNCTION GENERATOR, GFG-8020H) made by GW INSTEK. Go on Google and type in: digital function generator, gfg-8020h, and you will find all the places you can purchase it from (see picture of the GFG-8020H below, all set up to treat a horse. Note that all adjustment knobs and electrical connection ports that are not needed have been covered up with masking tape).
Instructions for setting up GFG-8020H signal generator:
1) Mask off all unneeded adjustment knobs and electrical connection ports as shown in picture.
2) Plug unit in.
3) Turn unit on (push in green button)
4) Push in 1K button on Range setting
5) Push in square wave button on function setting
6) Adjust first the coarse frequency knob and then the fine frequency knob until the LED read out is stable on 1028 cps.
7) Plug in BNC connector of the electrodes to 50 ohm BNC output port.
8) Connect electrodes to/across animal damage area.
9) Adjust output amplitude to between 3.6 to 6.3 volts using a DC volt meter or just set the output amplitude knob somewhere between one third to one half on.
10) On fractures and broken bones treat for a minimum of twenty minutes two to three times per 24 hours. For other cartilage and connective tissue injuries or damage treat for a minimum 45 minutes two to three times per 24 hours.
I am currently planning experiments where various cell types will be exposed to the 1028 cps voltage square waves and their reaction will be monitored under a microscope and be documented on video/DVD. I will post interesting results and observations.
P.S. - Do not use the signal function generator when using the Horse Magnetic Pulser. The magnetic pulser unit can induce high voltages in the electrode assembly of the signal function generator and fry the electronic circuits of the signal function generator. Keep the pulser and signal function generator completely physically apart from each other.