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Mycoplasma Section


  The Rife Handbook
   of Frequency Therapy
     and Holistic Health

(2011 Revised Edition)

    by Nenah Sylver, PhD



Mycoplasma are about one-tenth the size of regular bacteria. They affect humans, animals, and plants. Normally they do not cause serious damage; however, over half of the 200 species of Mycoplasma are now considered proven pathogens. In addition, recent strains of highly destructive Mycoplasma have been found with unusual gene sequences that could only have resulted from deliberate genetic engineering over the past 40 or 50 years. Although these new Mycoplasma can survive for only two hours outside the body, they can live anywhere in the body, stealing nutrients from the host cells. These pathogens invade organs, blood, spinal fluid, bone marrow, urine, lungs, nose, mouth, and nervous system. They even cross the blood/brain barrier, and are known to infect developing fetuses. Slow-growing, they can remain in the system for years and even decades, until chemicals, sizable emotional stress, injury, vaccination, or other trauma sets them off.
   Mycoplasma can bind with virtually any cell type and interfere with protein, RNA, and DNA synthesis. The resulting cellular abnormalities can result in cancer. The ability of Mycoplasma to invade the body’s lymphocytes, bind to them, and reduce their numbers, considerably weakens immunity so the person is susceptible to many other infections as well. When a Mycoplasma emerges from a cell, it takes a piece of the host cell membrane with it. Later, the immune system attacking the Mycoplasma cannot differentiate the Mycoplasma from the body’s own cells and attacks the host cells, too. This is the beginning of all types of autoimmune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s Disease, fibromyalgia, thyroid and adrenal dysfunction, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Other Mycoplasma diseases include Gulf War Syndrome / Gulf War Illness, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), chemical sensitivity, HIV / AIDS, and Alzheimer’s.
    The most well-known of these pathogens is Mycoplasma pneumoniae. However, the strain Mycoplasma fermentans incognitus is now becoming known in a small circle of researchers, war veterans, and laypeople who are aware of its creation as a biological warfare weapon.
   Do not eat soy, a favorite food of Mycoplasma (researchers actually use a soy-based broth in which to grow Mycoplasma cultures!). Some allopathic physicians treat Mycoplasma infection with rotating doses of broad-spectrum antibiotics. However, this further compromises one’s immunity. Many people successfully treat Mycoplasma infection by drinking large amounts of colloidal silver. (See the Colloidal Silver section in Chapter 3.)
   Since all strains of Mycoplasma produce similar symptoms, and frequencies are currently known for only a limited number of pathogens, try all the frequencies below if you suspect that you are infected.

Run for at least 3 minutes each: 388.6, 543.6, 709.2, 777.2, 1087.2, 1554.5, 2174.3, 2838.5, 3109, 4348.6, 6217.9

Also try: 254, 484, 610, 644, 660 + 690 + 727.5, 688, 777, 790, 864, 975, 986, 2688, 2900


From Hulda Clark. Use the hertz set for devices unable to accommodate frequencies in the kilohertz range. Since Dr. Clark notes such a wide range in her frequencies, you may want to do a sweep.

Kilohertz sets:
322850 (lower limit), 323500 (most effective), and 323900 (higher limit of same organism)

342750 (lower limit), 346K (most effective), and 349300 (higher limit of same organism)

Hertz sets:

800.27 (lower limit), 801.88 (most effective), and 802.87 (higher limit of same organism)

849.59 (lower limit), 857.65 (most effective), and 865.83 (higher limit of same organism)

Also from Dr. Clark: 16106.12, 17226.33


Mycoplasma fermentans / Mycoplasma fermentans incognitus

This type of Mycoplasma fuses with lymphocytes (one type of immune cell) and impedes their immune function, inducing production of inflammatory substances in the body. Technically, Mycoplasma fermentans (incognitus strain) is probably neither a bacterium nor a virus. Some researchers think that it came from the nucleus of the Brucella bacterium (making it a mutated form of Brucella bacterium), and was combined with a Visna virus, from which the Mycoplasma was then extracted. However, since Mycoplasma fermentans is commonly referred to as a bacterium, and artificially created pathogens are hard to classify, I have included it under Bacteria.
Found in high amounts in the blood of people with other illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Gulf War Syndrome, fibromyalgia, Lupus, HIV / AIDS, autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), psoriasis and scleroderma, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, cancer, endocrine disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, and urogenital infections and diseases. Also see Gulf War Syndrome / Gulf War Illness; other "Mycoplasma" entries in this section; "HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) / AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)" under Viruses; and "Epstein-Barr Virus / Infectious Mononucleosis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" under Viruses.

254, 484, 610, 644, 660 + 690 + 727.5, 706.7, 790, 864, 878.2, 880.2, 986, 2900 Sweep: 5044 to 5061; 5355 to 5458

Mycoplasma pneumoniae / Pneumonia
Mycoplasma pneumonia causes severe pneumonia, an infection and inflammation of the lungs, usually caught and spread by children and young adults. Symptoms include copious amounts of fluid and mucous in the lungs, high fever, chills, cough, nasal congestion, sore throat, tracheobronchitis, pharyngitis, and sometimes blood in the mucous of the lungs. This condition is also associated with joint, central nervous system, liver, respiratory, autoimmune, and cardiovascular and blood conditions. Among them are asthma, heart disease, leukemia, polyarthritis, urinary tract infections, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, encephalitis, and meningitis. Also see "Klebsiella pneumoniae / Pneumonia" under Bacteria; "Pneumocystis carinii" under Parasites, Protozoa and Worms; and "Pneumonia / Bronchial Pneumonia" under Respiratory Tract, Lungs.

First try: 660 + 690 + 727.5, 688, 709.2, 777, 975, 2688, 2838.5
Then try: 20, 412, 450, 452, 550, 578, 600 + 625 + 650, 683, 766, 776, 787, 802 + 1550, 880, 1238, 1474, 1862

Mycoplasma buccale
Implicated in diseases of the mouth, in particular diseases of the gingival crevices, and respiratory tract.

Mycoplasma faucium
Implicated in diseases of the mouth, in particular diseases of the gingival crevices, and respiratory tract.

Mycoplasma genitalium
Involved in nongonococcal urethritis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. Also implicated in arthritis, other urogenital infections and diseases, infertility, and HIV / AIDS.

Mycoplasma hominis
Implicated in all types of reproductive disorders, as well as conditions afflicting newborns. These include infertility; problem pregnancies; infection and premature rupture of placental membranes; wound infections from Caesarian sections; Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID); nongonococcal urethritis; vaginitis; pyelonephritis; neonatal pneumonia and conjunctivitis; and low birth weight infants. Also thought to be a cofactor in HIV infection. As a recent medical study has linked a Mycoplasma hominis-like microbe to Chlamydia pneumoniae, also see "Chlamydia pneumoniae" in this section.

Mycoplasma lipophilum
Implicated in diseases of the mouth, in particular diseases of the gingival crevices, and respiratory tract.

Mycoplasma penetrans
Thought to be a cofactor in HIV infection, urogenital infections and diseases, and autoimmune disorders.

Mycoplasma pirum
Thought to be a cofactor in HIV infection and urogenital infections and diseases.

Mycoplasma salivarium
Implicated in arthritis, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders, eye and ear disorders and infections, and mouth and gum infections, including gingivitis, periodontal diseases and even cavities.
253, 279, 420, 453, 761, 832 (run each for 18 minutes after building up time tolerance)



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