John Kanzuis used radio frequency to Burn saltwater as clean, safe and limitless fuel. He discovered this by chance while searching for ways to use frequency to cure cancer, which had all-ready been accomplished as a WELL KNOWN FACT by Dr Raymond Royal Rife (inventor of the microscope), Dr Wilhelm Riech and many others since the early 1900s! RESEARCH THESE FACTS!
Dr Raymond Royal Rife:
Spooky2 Rife to help people in need, here is our story: In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to bring terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to a San Diego lab and clinic for treatment. The team included doctors and pathologists assigned to examine cadavers and any patients still alive in 90 days. After 90 days, the Committee found that 86.5% of the patients had been cured. The treatment was then adjusted and the remaining patients also responded within four weeks. The total recovery rate was 100%.
The man responsible was scientist Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, and his invention – the Rife machine – was quickly buried by vested interests. But you cannot kill an idea, and the Rife machine went underground and survived.
Today, you can buy a Rife machine on the web – if you’ve got thousands of dollars to spare. In 2013, an international group of professionals believed it was time to change this, and we set up the Spooky team to bring Rife to everyone – affordably.
In the process, we redesigned the Rife machine from the ground up. The result is Spooky2, a Rife machine unlike any other, offering contact and remote treatment via scalar/DNA transmission. Plasma is coming soon. Another big difference is cost – $190. And you can add biofeedback diagnostics for $55.
Unlike conventional machines, which can only deliver treatments serially, Spooky2 can deliver parallel processing by using multiple machines, controlled by one PC. Four are recommended for late-stage cancers.
How is it so inexpensive? Everything is sold for a few dollars over manufacturing cost. We’re not in this for the money, and all of us are volunteers. Packed with world-first new technologies, Spooky2 is designed to make Dr. Rife’s lifelong dream come true – a Rife machine in every home. You’re welcome to visit us at http://www.spooky2.com
Dr Wilhelm Reich:
Through sheer serendipity, Kanzius, a former broadcast engineer, found out something incredible — under the right conditions, salt water can burn at high temperatures!
Kanzius’ journey toward surprise inspiration began with a leukemia diagnosis in 2003. Faced with the prospect of debilitating chemotherapy, he decided he would try to invent a better alternative for destroying cancerous cells. What he came up with is his radio frequency generator (RFG), a machine that generates radio waves and focuses them into a concentrated area. Kanzius used the RFG to heat small metallic particles inserted into tumors, destroying the tumors without harming normal cells.
But what does cancer treatment have to do with burning salt water?
During a demonstration of the RFG, an observer noticed that it was causing water in a nearby test tube to condense. If the RFG could make water condense, it could theoretically separate salt out of seawater. Perhaps, then, it could be used to desalinize water, an issue of global proportions. The old seaman’s adage “Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink” applies inland as well: Some nations are drying up and their populations suffering from thirst, yet the world is 70 percent ocean water. An effective means of removing salt from salt water could save countless lives. So it’s no surprise that Kanzius trained his RFG on the goal of salt water desalinization.
During his first test, however, he noticed a surprising side effect. When he aimed the RFG at a test tube filled with seawater, it sparked. This is not a normal reaction by water. Kanzius tried the test again, this time lighting a paper towel and touching it to the water while the water was in the path of the RFG. He got an even bigger surprise — the test tube ignited and stayed alight while the RFG was turned on.
News of the experiment was generally met with allegations of it being a hoax, but after Penn State University chemists got their hands on the RFG and tried their own experiments, they found it was indeed true. The RFG could ignite and burn salt water. The flame could reach temperatures as high as 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit and burn as long as the RFG was on and aimed at it.