Blaster5 Instructions
KeelyNet 01/06/02

This file was originally posted on the KeelyNet BBS as BLASTER5.ASC on 12/16/94.

The following is a wonderful piece of work that we are honored to distribute. For those who might not be familiar with the work of Royal Rife, I suggest you download RIFE1, RIFE2, RIFE3 and RIFEFREQ. The files will provide you with sufficient information to form your own opinions and any experiments or actions you take after reading them, you do SOLELY at your own risk.

KeelyNet, Vanguard Sciences, it's Sysops and Associates are in no way responsible for ANY actions YOU might CHOOSE to take after reading any material on KeelyNet.

Ok, now that's out of the way.

The BLASTER5 program was created and tested for the express purpose of offering a simple way for everyone to use the RIFE technology. It was written by a KeelyNet Associate who wishes to remain anonymous and we are grateful for his efforts and willingness to share his work and experimental results.

You understand how resonance can shatter a glass? Well, the same principle applies to mass, including living tissue and organs. Tune to that mass aggregate resonance and project an amplified signal and you can blow it up.

You don't believe it? I have seen video tape (which we will try to set up in future as an animation file) of paramecia being 'exploded' by purely sonic frequencies. At their resonant peaks, the critters stop and vibrate. As the amplitude of the signal is increased, they begin to swell and flatten until their outer membrane pops, spilling all the guts. From that point, believe it, they are dead.

Further research claims to have found certain CONDITIONS to also be responsive to specific aggregate resonances. For a better understanding of the principles involved, I suggest you also read NEUTRAL1.ASC on KeelyNet, with particular attention to the concept of the neutral center AND the tetractys.

This is the way the BLASTER5 program was used.

1. Open your computer case and disconnect the SPEAKER wires.

2. Get an RCA audio jack, drill a hole in the rear of your computer and mount it.

3. Attach the two computer wires to the audio jack.

4. Construct a pair of single wire electrodes, where one wire leads from each electrode to be joined in an audio jack
(see electrode construction details at end of this file)

5. The computer speaker jack is connected by an audio cable to any audio amplifier (Radio Shack has several). This is used to amplify the computer speaker signal.

6. The electrode wire (which drives TWO one wire electrodes) is connected to the output of the audio amplifier.

Public Domain Information Regarding Experimentation with Resonant Frequencies

1. In general, the frequencies pass through the path of least resistance between the electrodes. This pathway may be:

A. Directly between the electrodes.
B. Along conductive paths such as acupuncture meridians.
C. Through conductive body fluids such as blood.
D. Through body tissue containing saline fluids.
E. Through the area directly under (touching) the electrodes.

2. Experimentation, therefore, is a combination of knowledge of these pathways, as well as a good deal of common sense. ie: an organism circulating the blood would be best encountered at a place in which the blood circulates in large quantities. Many experimenters have tried using electrodes on such places as:

A. The feet, in order to resonate microbes that may reside in, or pass through the legs, feet and crotch area.
B. The arms, in order to resonate microbes that may reside in, or pass through the arms or chest area.
C. The buttocks, in order to resonate microbes that may reside in, or pass through the lower abdominal area.
D. The back, in order to resonate microbes that may reside in, or pass through the chest area.
E. Directly on surface lesions, in order to resonate microbes residing in the infected area.
F. On either side of the neck, or throat, in order to resonate microbes residing in the throat or neck area.
G. On both cheeks, in order to resonate microbes residing in the mouth area.
H. On either side of the stomach, in order to resonate microbes in the stomach and intestine area.
I. On either side of the nose, in order to resonate microbes in the sinus area.
J. One electrode wire split off to two electrodes on the arms, and one electrode wire split off to two electrodes on the feet, in order to resonate microbes residing below the neck.
K. Lying down on two long electrodes that are side-by-side, separated by an insulator of duct tape or similar material.

3. Several application methods have been tried using stainless steel electrodes, such as:

A. Electrodes bare against the skin.
B. Electrodes covered with separate washcloths damp with epsom salt water.
C. Electrodes covered with separate sponges damp with epsom salt water.
D. Electrodes submerged in separate pans of warm epsom salt water.
E. Use of a large and a small electrode, for concentrating the frequency at the site of the smaller of the two electrodes.

4. Several timetables have been used by experimenters in various circumstances, including:

A. 5 minutes per frequency, with several or all suspect frequencies being used.
B. Several frequency applications per day in the case of microorganisms that would normally "run their course" die out in several weeks or less on their own.
C. 3 to 5 minutes per frequency once every third day for 60- 90 days on microorganisms that will not die out on their own.

5. Several general sources of information that may be helpful are:

A. John F. Crane's Polarity Research Manual.*
B. Any acupuncture books with meridian charts.
C. Any literature regarding electrode placement of galvanic stimulators.


If damp cloths or sponges are to be used with the electrodes, take care to use separate cloths, for each electrode. If this is not done, and one cloth is placed over both electrodes, the frequency will pass directly from one electrode to the other through the damp cloth or sponge, and bypass entirely the tissue that is the intended target of the frequency.

This same principle applies when using pans of epsom salt water. Do not place both electrodes in the same pan of salt water. If both electrodes are placed in the same pan of salt water, you are shorting the electrodes through the epsom salt water, and the frequency will pass through the water, and not through the intended tissue.

Do not touch the metal electrodes together while the frequency is turned on, or you risk damaging your equipment.

Many experimenters do not realize that it may take 60 to 90 days to reach most or all of the targeted microorganisms with an experimental electrode system.

* The Polarity Research Manual is available @ $125.00 from:

Update : John Crane died in 1995!
John F. Crane
4246 Pepper Drive
San Diego, CA 92105

Electrode Construction Details

Estimated size of each electrode is 4" X 5"
You will need to construct two of these electrodes.

Buy about one yard of soft terry cloth fabric.

Buy a couple of strips of velcro fastener material to seal the terry cloth pouch that you will sew.

Buy two CELLULOSE sponge pads PER ELECTRODE (4 total), about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. Don't use artificial sponges as they are not sufficiently conductive.

You can use sheet metal, aluminum or stainless steel sheets for the conductive plates that go on the inside of the terry cloth electrodes.

Cut the terry cloth and sew into a flat pouch, open on one end.

Solder a single insulated stranded wire to a metal plate, sandwich the plate between the two cellulose sponges and insert into the pouch.

Attach velcro so that the pouch can be closed.

The other end of the wire connects to one leg of the audio jack (one electrode wire per audio jack leg) that plugs into the output of the audio amplifier. The audio jack will have two legs, one leg for each of the two speaker wires.

To use, dip in an epsom salt/water solution and lightly wring out. These electrodes are then placed on either side of the area to be zapped.

                                       |-----------  wire soldered to plate
    Electrode Sponge Sandwich          V
                                   ||  !  ||
                                   ||  !  ||
                         sponge -->||  !  ||<-- sponge 
                                   ||  !  ||
                                   ||  !  ||
                                      /|\          place this sandwich inside
                                       |           the terry cloth pouch and
                                  metal plate      wet the thing in water with
                                                   dissolved epsom salt

    Arrangement to hook audio to computer to drive electrodes

            ____                                   /---------|    | electrode
           |    |                                 /          |____|
       ____|____|____         ___________        /
      |   computer   |       |   audio   |<------ out to electrodes
      |______________|<------|_amplifier_|       \            ____
                                                  \          |    |
              computer out to amplifier            \---------|____| electrode

    Showing dual wire to feed two electrodes from single plug

                              /---------------------- goes to one electrode
     to output       audio   /                   _________
     of audio    ++[[[-------                   | terry   |
     amplifier       jack    \                  | cloth   |
                                                | pouch   |

You can run the program just by typing BLASTER5.

If you choose to modify your computer to run the program PROPERLY, then do the very simple mod to the computer, construct your electrodes, hook'em up and run Blaster5.ZIP

The duration of the applied frequencies has been found to work best when set at 5 minutes in most cases. You are expected to set the duration.

You will note, in many cases there are multiple frequencies that are being applied in sequence during the chosen duration time.

We would greatly appreciate your reports of any problems or successes you might have should you choose to decide to experiment with this system.

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