Beam Ray™–The Alternative

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The information below was taken directly from a brochure put out by the Beam Ray™ Corporation in Birmingham, Alabama. The purpose of the brochure is to provide a quick overview of the Beam Ray, what it does, and how it was invented, and a short biography of its inventor, Dr. Royal Raymond Rife.

The Mission of Today's Beam Ray™ Corporation

From the beginning, the goal of the Beam Ray Corporation has been to educate people to the benefits of Rife technology along with the basic protocols to address the cause and effect of most diseases. This education will help to make informed decisions while working in conjunction with a health practitioner.

Based on the work of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, Beam Ray has researched and developed a unique sound and light generator that can be used for pain relief and pain management with most all subjects. Currently marketed for use with animals while the company undergoes evaluation for FDA clearance for use in humans, the Beam Ray is a valuable tool for all to have and use.

Beam Ray is the result of many years of research and development dedicated to perfecting the technology first begun by Dr. Rife. With data culled from Rife’s original lab notes, Beam Ray strives to develop a unit worthy of the Rife name and heritage.

Each of us–not our doctors, friends, or family–is responsible for our own health. Taking charge of our own health means researching Rife’s work. It also means following proper guidelines for nutrition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to prevent illnesses from returning.

Beam Ray pledges to produce quality, faithful to the technology developed by Rife–one that provides positive results. Beam Ray Corporation is a company you can trust.

Royal Raymond Rife, 1888-1971

D.Sc., University of Southern California
Honorary Ph.D., Heidelberg University, Germany
Further Studies: Johns Hopkins University and Zeiss Optics United States Navy Researcher in foreign laboratories.

Designed and built medical research instruments, including: Spectroscopes, optical tools, micromanipulators and stop-motion photomicrographs. He was Awarded 14 medals by U.S. and foreign governments for work with variable pitch propellers, inclinometers, machine gun synchronization gears and high altitude barometric pressure scales.


Royal Raymond Rife was one of the most brilliant medical scientists of the century. The powerful light microscopes he invented allowed him to observe viruses in their natural state. Building on this technology, Rife’s Beam Ray was able to destroy harmful pathogens by transmitting certain frequencies.

The Universal Microscope is the third of five microscopes built by Rife, and was capable of 60,000 power of magnification with 30,000 diameters of resolution. The only other known Rife microscope [still in existence] is stored in a London museum where it may be viewed by appointment. Accounts of Rife’s microscopes appeared in The San Diego Tribune, L.A. Times, and science magazines.

Discover the Story of Royal Raymond Rife and Beam Ray Technology

An extraordinary scientist, Royal Raymond Rife was one of the most brilliant inventors of all time. His powerful light microscopes of up to 60,000 magnification allowed him and other researchers to observe pathogens as small as viruses in their natural living state–a feat not even possible with today’s electron microscope. Once he could view previously invisible microbes, such as a cancer virus, Rife devised another invention to destroy harmful pathogens, called a Beam Ray. Like a singer who shatters a glass with a pure focused tone [Ella Fitzgerald–"Is it live, or is it Memorex?"], Rife demolished harmful microorganisms by transmitting to them their natural frequency, or the number of cycles per second at which they vibrated.

Among Rife’s supporters and colleagues were the most eminent medical professionals of his time: bacteriologist Edward Rosenow at the Mayo Clinic; Arthur Kendall, Director of Medical Research at Northwestern University Medical School; Milbank Johnson, President of Southern California American Medical Association and a member of the Special Medical Research Committee of the University of Southern California; and Rufus Klein-Schmidt, President of the University of Southern California. After years of meticulous research with laboratory cultures and animals, Rife conducted clinical trials with the assistance of his colleagues. In one study documented by the University of Southern California, 16 out of 16 cancer patients pronounced "terminally ill" or "incurable" by other doctors were completely cured by Rife’s Beam Ray in under four months. Rife’s technology proved safe, painless, and inexpensive. Microbes were eliminated while the human host remained unharmed.

Rife’s light device worked with many other diseases of his time. The June 20, 1944 Smithsonian Annual Report mentions sarcoma, leprosy, tuberculosis, and typhoid. Other diseases such as polio were cited in various newspaper articles. Accounts of Rife’s groundbreaking technology also appeared in the San Diego Evening Tribune, Scientific American, and the publication of the Franklin Institute. Banquets and seminars were held by Rife’s peers to show their appreciation and showcase his work.
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