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The Rife Frequency Directory
by Dr. Nenah Sylver, PhD

Review by Peter Walker
rife.de, rifeforum.com and the Rife Yahoogroup.

If you use any kind of electrotherapy equipment which allows you to select the frequencies to use, then this eBook is for you. It discusses topics like:

Getting Started
The Categories
Explanatory text in each entry
Different frequency possibilities
What the numbers and symbols mean
Length of time for each frequency
Thinking Holistically
A-Z Directory of frequencies

One of the key questions everybody has is "What frequency do I need?". There are lists of frequencies out there provided by the device makers, a consolidated list on the Internet, and many suggestions made on Rife community egroups. The problem is, those lists are just lists, a number next to a condition with little, if anything, in the way of explanation. This is where Nenah Sylver's book comes into its own.

The very extensive Frequency Directory is not just a list, it is full of detailed explanations as to the origin of the disease, how it affects the body, and what other co-infections and conditions may exist along with the one you’re looking up. Moreover, Dr. Sylver has worked hard to ensure that the frequencies are well researched. This information is unique; it saves hours of searching through thousands of messages on the various discussion groups. The Frequency Directory is an ideal reference manual for anyone involved in using Rife therapy, giving you not only the best known tried and tested frequencies to use, but also well researched background information not found anywhere else. I feel it is an essential companion for everyone involved in researching Rife therapy.

Effective Rife therapy is all about using the correct resonance frequencies in the right way and this is exactly what you will learn about in the Frequency Directory.

If however you need a more comprehensive reference book on Rife therapy, then get The Rife Handbook of Frequency Therapy with a Holistic Health Primer instead, as The Frequency Directory is just Chapter 5 of that Handbook.

As I run the two largest Rife related discussion groups, I am often asked where to find good independent and reliable information about Rife therapy, particularly as there is so much disinformation out there on the Internet. Now I can answer that question very simply. If you are just looking for a guide to which frequencies to use, get the Frequency Directory. If you need more detailed information, get Nenah Sylver's Rife Handbook instead. Either way, you should also join the Rife Forum to discuss any further questions you have with the experts and learn from Rife user's throughout the world.

By the way, Dr. Nenah Sylver does not sell Rife devices, is not associated with any particular manufacturer, and has an excellent reputation in the Rife world. The first edition of this book sold over 6000 copies worldwide, to great acclaim and with no paid advertising whatsoever. This new edition is almost twice the size, has been thoroughly updated and expanded, and she has consulted just about every expert in the Rife world and beyond to put together a very complete explanation of Rife therapy as it is known today in the context of holistic medicine. When asked why she spent 12 years of her life working on this book, she simply replied "because nobody else is doing it".

As I highly recommend The Rife Handbook, I am pleased to have been able to play a small part in getting this released as an eBook. I provided technical support by rewriting her website and setting up the eBook system for marketing it. I have also contributed to the eBook itself by providing some info and images. The Rife Handbook has been praised by many health professionals and researchers in the electromedicine and Rife fields and provides a valuable insight into the world of Rife Therapy.

Peter Walker
2nd April 2009
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