Updated 01/01/98 Michael Prescott
A Suggestive Inquiry
The purpose of this page is to disclose some preliminary findings which seem
to corroborate specific biophysical reactions to externally applied Electric,
Magnetic,and RF/Plasma fields,
in which specific biologic specimens are shown to be devitalized by specific
by various modes (E-Field, B-Field, RF).
Equipment consisted of:
- Microscope was setup with slide in place.
- Electrical connections to Function Generator of Choice was made.
- Sample Specimen was put on slide creating a 'crown' of a water bubble
suspended between the electrodes. No slide cover was used.
- Microscope was focused down to a particular field of view for observation.
Note, the depth of the fluid was much greater than the depth of focus
for the microscope which permitted the specimen unrestricted motion, but
complicated efforts to produce a sharp focus.
- The FLEXCAM was focused through the eyepiece of the microscope, with
the output being both observed and recorded on a Hitatchi TV/VCR.
- Recorded output was played back at slowest possible speed to the SNAPPY
frame grabber to produce the images and AVI movies shown on this page.
The essential limitation in producing movies this way is that the VCR will
stop tape play after five minutes of non-fullspeed play operation. Within
the limit of SNAPPY's ability to grab and process a video frame (roughly 10seconds),
the amount of actual realtime image that can be captured is roughly 7 seconds
at 5 fps within the five minute VCR timeout interval.
The other caveat is that digital multimedia produced this way can never do
justice to what the eye can see directly through the microscope or from VCR
405.6khz Hulda Clark's
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(Required 12v from BK4011)
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Before and After JPEG
|3225hz Mortality confirmed.
10% mortality in a 3 gauss field after 30 minute exposure.
(Note, spec'd device indicates
a 'real' device should employ
a minimum of 100 gauss)
|3225hz Mortality Confirmed
Notes: To activate AVI movies in your browser, you will need an AVI helper-application.
Netscape requires you to click on the first frame of the AVI movie once loaded
to activate the movie.
A very strong correlation was made between the waveform
Square, Sine and Duty Cycle) and the effective amount of time to produce the
same amount of mortality in a sample.The 10% duty
cycle square wave seemed to be most effective
, and wherever a 'time-to-mortality'
effect is mentioned, you should assume that a 10% duty cycle square wave was
used, unless otherwise indicated.
Notes on movie sequences: The Blepharisma showed mortality behavior within
20 seconds of applying signal frequency.
Two observations were made of the Euglena sample, one focused on the samples
present on the surface of the water bubble, and one which focused on the samples
present near the slide (which is viewable in the movie file above).
- The Euglena on the bubble surface showed mortality behavior within
20 seconds of applying the signal frequency and were dead within one
- The Euglena movie started at three minutes and thirty seconds, and
represents a view of the specimen at the bottom of the water bubble, against
All were dead by four minutes time.
To find the mortal frequency for the Euglena specimen, a simple FOR-LOOP in
BASIC was written to dwell at each frequency, starting at 4500hz and descending,
while the audio output from the SOUND command was used to charge the microscope
slide. Output was recorded on VCR as well as viewed live. Dwell times were
initially 1 second, but increased to 5 and then 10 seconds over regions which
showed promise as mortal frequencies.
Each of the specimens observed exhibited the same biophysical response when
their mortal frequency was hit, a kind of a twitch or shimmy which developes
within 15 seconds of the signal being applied.
Blepharisma at Mortal Frequency (AVI: 288k)
Sequence starts at 10 seconds after applying signal frequency.
Nominal Waveforms for Euglena experiment:
IBM/PC at 3225 Hz 0..-5V 2v/div 0.2mS/div
BK4011 at 3225 Hz +12..-12V 5v/div 0.2mS/div
Variables and conditions for further consideration and study:
- Are the mortal frequencies really unique for each species?
- What is the affect of signal amplitude?
- Is waveshape and duty cycle of the waveform of primary consideration?
Current Findings are here
See also Rife Wave comparisons
Additional information is available on Magnetic Sensor Field
A tremendous amount of background material, as well as the scope and history
of the topic is available from the following exceptional sites:
In summary, this page confirms evidence of single celled organism mortality
at specific listed frequencies. It is offered to those who would wish to reproduce
these findings and go further.
If you have comments or suggestions, the best place to discuss them is on
the discussion list available through Gary
Hawkin's Rife Page