As I stated in a reply to another thread, I'm very close to pulling the buy trigger on the F165/SC-1 system. I'm currently experiencing success executing the therapeutic frequencies, extracted from the F165 scripts, on another Rife machine. In fact, I find the systematic ordering of the frequencies for certain pathogens (ascaris suum)very methodical. Unlike the DNA freq sets where pathogens share identical DNA, I've noticed no overlap in freqs in the various F165 scripts viewed by me.
The following question stems from co-infections (bio-film) and dependent relationships (MET-Yok liver fluke, wolbachia & filaria nematodes), is there information on the ordering of F165 scripts for effiecnt extermination of the pathogens?
I'm a former LTD employee that lost all his employee benefits (toxic insurance) when the employer went bankrupt. If you live in Canada, you can likely guess the identity of the @#$% employer.
I lost my LTD income and health care benefits because my employer self-insured the benefits. Because I'm on government assistance (CPP-D), and have eroding savings due out of pocket medical expenses, I have to be very cautious about spending my remaining funds. There are a lot of Rife machines on the market.
If you want to verify my financial and medical situation, call the DNA freq inventor in the USA. I have a strong rapport with the inventor considering the inventor has generated sets upon request. My surname is self evident.
Again, the F165 scripts are methodically constructed. I have experienced major die-off from executing the three sets. However, there is co-dependencies between pathogens I don't fully understand. Given this observation, killing the co-infections and down stream dependents in an orderly fashion should shorten my recovery duration.
NP is very generous person to share this information. He is brilliant.
I'm having difficulties keeping track of the models due to the die off from the liver flukes and toxocara. Some days I feel like a lobster clawing out of metal lobster pot.
You are right in the model of interest. I would be buying the SG-1 device.
I was just wondering if there was a rule of thumb the indicates run the bio-film and beneficial bacteria sets if you are diagnosed with a certain pathogen.I'm trying to correlate scientific data like "filaria nematodes are dependent of Wolbachia". Run the Wolbachia and Metagonimiasis scripts should you be diagnosed with filaria nematodes. These questions and inquiries stem from reading the scripts and conversations with my sicko friends.
If my two brain cells have correctly figured this out, execution of the doctrine (list of pathogens) will short list the pathogens that need to be treated. My inquiry the pathogen dependencies may improve the doctrine when performing dowsing. Maybe I'm out to lunch on this approach.
You may want to rephrase your questions, they're to convoluted.
If you want to run the doctrine then do just that. If you want to run certain programs then copy the entire thing for a certain issue from newport's blog. His programs are complete and address the coinfections.
Back to the SG1, Dale does not sell anything but the SG1 these days unless you insist on buying the older SC1. How much did he quote you for the set?