Inventiveness Vs Greed

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Isaiah 56:11 Yes, they are greedy dogs which never have enough. And they are shepherds who cannot understand; they all look to their own way, every one for his own gain,

Royal Raymond Rife

Was Cancer Actually Healed?

It is reported that in 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee, made up of doctors and pathologists. They were to bring sixteen terminally ill cancer patients, in the last stage of their cancer, from the Pasadena County Hospital to Dr. Rife’s laboratory in San Diego where they were to be treated with the Rife technology. The committee was to examine them in 90 days if they were still alive. Amazingly, after 90 days, it is reported that the committee concluded that 14 of the patients had been completely cured. Treatment for the remaining two was adjusted and intensified. Within the next four weeks, it is reported that they were also declared cured. (See http://www.drrife.com/ )

Nikola Tesla

Tesla realized that it was possible to receive power around the globe. A few years later, George Westinghouse stopped funding Tesla’s research when Tesla showed him that he could offer free electricity to the whole world by simply “ramming a stick in the earth in your backyard”. Westinghouse said he would go bankrupt if that happened.

Tesla conducted experiments contributing to the understanding of electromagnetic propagation and the Earth’s resonance. It is well documented (from various photos from the time) that he lit hundreds of lamps wirelessly at a distance of up to twenty-five miles (40 km). He transmitted signals several kilometers and lit neon tubes conducting through the ground.

 

It seems to me that making money is more important than serving the populace. These two giants in their field were inventers that just wanted to “give” their understanding to benefit the world. Both were put down because no money was to be made if they succeeded.

© 2014 Sherwood A. Burton – all rights reserved

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