Transcript: International Rife Conference 1997: Dr. James Bare

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Transcript: 1997: Tape 1:
Dr. James Bare

Good Morning. Thank you all for being here.

About three years ago, I was introduced to the concept and discoveries of Dr. Royal Rife. I read the book by Barry Lynes.

Now I've been kind of an electronics gadgeter since I was a young teenager, and I've played with electronics most of my life since, in one way or another, building little gizmos and all. I'm certainly not an electrical engineer. I have very limited design experience with actually designing something from scratch, as heavy duty electronics go, but I can make things go together and I can make things work if necessary.

After reading the book by Barry Lynes I looked this over and realized that the basic technology that Dr. Rife was using in the 1920s and early 1930s was very limited.

I went back and got some old books and looked at the radio transmitters that were available in the 1920s and 1930s. We all take radio for granted today, but as I understand it, commercial broadcasting did not start until 1920, for example. That just gives you an idea of how crude things were back in Dr. Rife's era.

Consequently, it made looking for answers a little simpler because we could throw away a large amount of material that's come since Dr. Rife originally developed his transmitter.

Looking things over, I realized that, first of all, his device had to be amplitude modulated, using an AM wave. Most of us listen to FM radio these days. In Dr. Rife's time the primary transmission for commercial broadcasts was either shortwave or using amplitude modulation.

From that point I was able to come up with an initial working prototype in probably about 3-4 months. The basics were there. People have known for years that Dr. Rife had an instrument that used some kind of gas-filled tube, that used some kind of radio transmitter and that supposedly used some kind of audio frequency modulation put onto the radio wave.

I cobbled up a little simple instrument and, just through a bit of serendipity, which has followed my entire efforts here, I managed to get a hold of a very ancient CB radio that through its rather ancient technology allowed one to over-modulate. What that did was start producing little pulses in the radio wave and consequentially I got some results and effects out of that.

When I first showed the instrument, it was about July of 1995. I demonstrated my first prototype at the International Tesla Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

From that conference I went home and did a little bit more developmental work. I got to thinking about what makes this thing really work and what's going on here.

I realized that if we are using resonances, especially audio resonances, we need more audio carrier. We also need more bandwidth, because in amplitude modulation, more bandwidth means that you get more harmonics. We'll talk about more of these things later on this morning.

So I called up a radio shop and said "well, what do I do to this CB radio to create these things" and they said "well, you do this this and this" and that's in the book of mine, that a lot of you have.

When I did those modifications, lo and behold, that's when the device started producing effects.

Effects that a lot of you have experienced and a lot of you may not have experienced. Depends on how the device is put together.

That's part of the reason for this conference. We can just talk and we can get a better understanding of what makes the device work. We can all go home with that, and if you have a device, make it work better, and if you are thinking of making a device, do it right the first time.

Maybe. If you've noticed, they are very fussy.

[Dr. Bare refers to his demonstration Bare-Rife device.]

I had everything working before I left. I transferred it 2000 miles, set it up here and it took me 30 minutes to get everything working again. That's fairly typical of the instrument, it's very fussy. But once they are set in place, if you leave them alone, they seem to work just fine, and there's no problems.

I even broke a tube on the way out here. As luck would have it, we were trying to fire this broken tube and didn't know it.

That's a basic history of how things came together.

Back when I first got this instrument working, I realized that I had something of significance here. Being a collector of old books, on technology for the most part, and old types of natural therapeutics and such that have been around for a long time, I realized that there's been this long history of people that have created these type of instruments and therapeutic devices, that there has been a suppression that has happened to them.

I tried to circumvent this by going "Well, there's no way that I am going to be able to do this on my own, so I'll write a book and other people can do this". By letting other people do this, it not only spreads the information, and it doesn't leave me as a focus for this information, but everybody else that has the book, now has become an expert, or at least, they know how to put one together and make it operate.

So it's not just me that's a focus, it's all of you that's a focus now.

Through this, and through things that we have done with the instruments, that a lot of you in this room probably have done with the instruments (you've shown it to other people, you've shown it to your friends, you've used it on your friends and their family members - everybody benefits from this) it doesn't stay just focused with me and localized with me. There is, shall we say, a grass-roots effort, to try and move this technology along, and develop it.

It has a lot of potential. I think it's a start. This device is not the be all and end all, it's just a start, a beginning. It's a very crude beginning but at least it works. From this, instead of losing this technology, as happened over 60 years ago, with Dr. Rife's original instrument, we can move forward, and in 60 years we will be 60 years further down the line, and we won't be where we are now, just starting over again. I think that this is very important.

The bottom line is that this can't really be stopped at this time. There are enough people that have knowledge of it. There are enough devices out there. We estimate there are well in excess of 1000 devices. Some people have not built one, other people have built 10 or 20. I think Don Tunney has built 30 of them. There are devices all over. They are in multiple countries in the world.

There are people here from all over the world. Next year hopefully there will be even more people.

Considering that I started two years ago with two devices and both of them were mine, I'd say the growth rate has been pretty phenomenal.

[Referring to a diagrams of waveforms displayed on a screen.]

What we have here is a diagrammatic representation of a radio wave and a modulating signal. That would be our audio wave. In our case we use a square wave.

There is significance to the square wave, because square waves carry harmonics and harmonics are part of what makes this device work.

Sine waves have advantages in that they are very accurate and are focused on one frequency. There may be actual uses with the device with sine waves, to be honest about it, and we'll talk about that in a little bit.

[Any volunteers to finish transcribing this talk?]