Working principle

The principle of resonance, which is the basis on which VIAT plasma emitters work, has been known for decades, but despite its clear effectiveness in killing pathogens, it has not yet been widely used.

The work of Royal Raymond Rife, who was one of the first to recognise and successfully use the phenomenon of resonance to kill pathogens and even cure terminal cancer patients, was met with positive feedback in America from the 1930s and even in the 1950s and 1960s. Read more about Rife’s life and work in a dedicated section of our website.

The bottom line is that every substance in the world has its own unique vibration, and this is true for human cells, tissues, and organs as well. The same is true for certain pathogens and diseases as they are also linked to specific frequencies. Viruses, bacteria, and lower fungi have a much lower resonance band than more complex living organisms with a more complex DNA structure. Therefore, it is possible to selectively kill many pathogens without endangering higher organisms.

Let’s look at other examples of the resonance phenomenon. If an opera singer sings the high C note at a reception in her honour, it is possible that a glass or two in the room may be broken. It is no coincidence that soldiers are forbidden to march in step when crossing a bridge, because if they ‘hit’ the resonance frequency of the bridge, the result could be a disaster. Anyone can watch the short film of the Tacoma Valley Bridge collapse on the internet. The spectacular footage shows how wind gusts from the side of the bridge cause it to sway more and more, and eventually it can no longer take the strain…

But back to the living things. Every living organism, however simple or complex its structure, has at least one frequency that is specific to it and is essential for its viability and reproduction.

This so-called resonant frequency can be lethal for pathogens. It has been said that any substance or effect that is a medicine for a living being in small quantities becomes a poison in larger doses. Thus, if a virus, bacterium, fungus, or parasite is irradiated for a sufficiently long time (usually only a few minutes) with the right device and at its own resonance frequency, the pathogen’s own movement will first accelerate, soon become almost a dance of contention, then disintegrate and die. 

Rife detected this process with a special universal microscope he developed, mapping and even identifying the resonance frequencies of the pathogens he has studied.