Warehouse G

Hidden Cures

Why "Modern" Medicine Remains in the Stone Age

By James Donahue


There is growing evidence that medical teams are successfully utilizing alternative forms of treatment ranging from stem cell injections to acupuncture to heal. It is significant that President Barack Obama has lifted the eight-year Bush ban on using American tax dollars to fund stem cell medical research.


The new treatments, and the report that a new an improved version of the Rife sound frequency machine is being developed is a sign that, at long last, the powerful drug companies and the lobby group for the American Medical Association is losing their grip on the medical industry.

It is a sad fact that an apparent cure for cancer has been known for a very long time in the United States. The story behind this "secret" is so ugly most people may find it hard to believe anyone would purposefully do something so evil.

There have been many unsung world heroes over the years who discovered fantastic secrets and made great efforts to give their amazing gifts of discovery to the world. But they went down in flames because their efforts were blocked by big business, religious, and special interest groups that made sure the information they had was put under lock and key.

Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957), who achieved a number of amazing discoveries and breakthroughs in the areas of psychiatry, medicine and science, and Royal Rife (1888-1971), who invented a microscope powerful enough to identify cancer cells and then invented a sound frequency machine that destroyed them, are both tragic examples of men forced by law to fail.

While experimenting with light and electronic energy in attempts to study a sexually generated energy he called orgone, Reich inadvertently discovered what many believe to be the creative energy source of the universe.

Most people don't know much, if anything about Reich today because the U. S. government and other power groups, and we strongly suspect the American Medical Association, did a wonderful job of discrediting the man, banishing his inventions, destroying his research papers, and eventually throwing him in prison. And if you think it could never happen in the United States, all of his papers and books were burned in the streets of New York City in August, 1956.

Reich should have been lauded as an American hero. Had he been allowed to complete his work on what he called the "orgone accumulator" machine, we might today have not only a cure for cancer, but for AIDS and a multitude of other life threatening and fatal diseases.

Even more tragic is the story of Royal Rife. While working in his San Diego research clinic in the 1930s, Rife invented a microscope powerful enough to not only see bacteria and viruses, but it could find and identify cancer cells. At the time, Dr. Rife was lauded as a great scientist. His story appeared on the front page of many newspapers and he was visited by distinguished medical doctors from all over the world. Even the President of the AMA boarded a train in Chicago and traveled to San Diego to take part in a week-long celebration.

Then Rife came up with a second invention that led to his personal downfall. He discovered that certain frequencies of electro-magnetic energy could kill viruses and bacteria of all kinds, including cancer cells. Through experiments with rats, he also found that the frequencies needed to kill the unwanted cells would not harm healthy animal cells. This led to the invention of the Rife resonator machine that was used successfully, but only briefly, to heal terminal cancer patients!


Inventing a powerful microscope was one thing. But inventing a sound frequency machine which, used in conjunction with the microscope to single out and destroy disease causing bacteria and viruses in the human body, was going one step too far. People in high places made the decision that Rife had to be stopped.

Rife’s lab was mysteriously destroyed by an arson fire as were offices and labs of other scientists who heard of Rife's work and attempting to duplicate his machine. All of the papers were lost. Dr. Milbank Johnson, former president of the Southern California AMA, who supported Rife, was fatally poisoned and his papers lost. Rife was killed in 1971 by an "accidental" lethal dose of Valium and alcohol while he was a patient at Grossmont Hospital.

Why would anybody want to stop two fine scientists like Reich and Rife from curing disease? Think about that question for a moment and the answer should come to you. Why would the AMA, and hospital-based oncological empires, the health insurance carriers and the U. S. drug companies want to allow their multi-billion dollar-a-year industry to succumb to a radical and simplified new cancer treatment without a fight? They did not want a machine in existence that could heal almost anything at the flick of a switch. There were fortunes to be made at the expense of the massive number of cancer sufferers. Investors with dollar signs on their eyeballs did not care if these poor unfortunates died terrible deaths. They favored an industry where the doctors got to torture patients for a few years, collect fabulous payments from the multi-billion dollar health insurance industry, and no one would know it was all unnecessary.

Both men were written off as quacks that were practicing fake and irresponsible medicine. We believe, however, that they were brilliant scientists who could have altered the course of history had it been allowed.

A native of Germany, Reich studied medicine at a Vienna university, then became interested in psychology and became a student of the late Sigmund Freud. Reich became so interested in Freud's theories that linked sexual suppression with human mental illness, he advanced Freud's cause and began his own study of the function and effect of the human orgasm.

Reich developed a theory that the orgasm among not only humans, but all of nature, generated a special kind of energy that could be measured. He claimed this form of energy created a faint blue color when it was plentiful. He called it orgone.

Strangely, enough, Reich was the first scientist to discover something that most occultists and practitioners of ancient religious rituals have known for hundreds of years. Aleister Crowley, who invaded and exposed the secrets of all the great mystery societies, wrote volumes about the practices of what he called "sex magick," the use of sexual rituals, sometimes by large groups in a room together, to accomplish amazing magic acts. People who have participated in such rituals tell of feeling this energy and seeing the blue color that fills the room.

After publishing several papers about his work, and meeting much resistance and ridicule in Europe, Reich fled to the United States in 1939. There he met Albert Einstein and became fascinated by Einstein's theory of relativity. Perhaps the contrasts between nuclear energy, which is energy before matter, and orgone energy, which Reich saw as "life energy," or the energy from which matter is derived, were like magnetic poles, drawing the two brilliant scientists to each other.

Reich found that orgone was reflected by metal and absorbed by non-metallic materials. He utilized this to develop a way to collect orgone energy until it was concentrated in an accumulator. Medical experiments revealed that sitting in an accumulator enhanced the curative powers of a patient's own life force. Physical experiments also proved that orgone energy could run an electric motor.

It was during this period that Reich also began experiments with sending earth energies into the clouds to control weather patterns. How and why he veered off in this strange variation of study may never be completely understood. The experiments led to the invention of tube-like devices sometimes dubbed "cloud busters."

Like the orgone accumulator, cloud busters were ruled by judicial order to be extremely illegal in the United States. If you don't believe me, consider what happened to Terry Nichols. You remember Terry. He and Tim McVey were charged with conspiring to blow up the Oklahoma City Federal Building with a truckload of fertilizer. Some years before that, Terry Nichols and his brother, Jim, got in deep trouble with the federal government because they were experimenting with a cloud busting machine on their farm in Michigan. At the time we lived just down the road.

It was the discovery in about 1941 that the accumulation of orgone energy had natural healing powers, that got Reich in trouble. When he began writing papers on this, and using the machine to help people get well, the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency stopped him cold. The FDA claimed Reich was perpetrating a fraud on the American people. He was summoned to court. When Reich fought the order, saying it was unconstitutional, he only got in deeper trouble.

Instead of supporting his claim to be constitutionally free to experiment and use the device, the court declared orgone non-existent and issued a permanent injunction which not only banned the machine, but ordered its disposal. The court also ruled that "all books and all journals, in which the word orgone is used, should be burned."

Reich began working with Dr. Michael Silvert on his cloud buster in Arizona. Silvert, a psychiatrist and student of Reich, decided to defy the court. Without Reich's permission or knowledge, Silvert moved the accumulator and books from Maine, where they were to be destroyed, to an empty store in Greenwich Village. In doing this he broke the injunction. When his deed was discovered, both Reich and Silvert were arrested and charged with contriving against a court decision and crossing intrastate lines with illegal contraband.

Both men were sentenced to prison. Silvert committed suicide and Reich died in prison of heart failure. Or so the record shows.

Did Reich's machine work? An interesting thing has happened in recent years. Many of Reich's books and papers have mysteriously turned up again and are back in circulation. Some of these can be read and/or purchased on the Internet. Also, largely due to the writings of such people as the late Robert Anton Wilson, several scientific organizations, including the American College of Orgonomy and the Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, have sprung up in complete defiance of the FDA and the corrupt judicial system that destroyed Reich. You can even find plans on line that describe how to build and use his orgone accumulator.

It also is getting easier in recent years to find information about Rife. His machine was such a threat to the established medical community that for a while, almost all record of this man was mysteriously erased. Again, with the help of the Internet, there are new websites springing up where information about this amazing scientist and his wonderful machine are surfacing. Not only that, but an original Rife resonator machine has been found intact. It has been carefully studied, modified, and information about how to build it also is circulating.


Versions of the Rife resonator already are being offered for sale on line, although we question their authenticity and warn that attempts to use one without knowing what you are doing could be very dangerous. All cells have a particular resonance. If the machine is improperly tuned, it could hit healthy cells and kill rather than heal. This machine may have a future in medicine, but it must be used by people who are well trained for using and understanding it.


The tragedy of this story is greed.

Not only did powerful interest groups destroy these two amazing scientists, they succeeded in causing millions of victims of terrible illnesses to needlessly suffer and die over the last 50 years. And it was all done in the name of money.