Magnifications of Active Somatids in Live Human Blood
...the environment is everything
Most collegate and scientific observations of
blood cell microscopy is performed at
400 to 800 power magnification
20,000x + power Ergonom 400 and 500 Microscope by Kurt Olbrich - Germany
30,000x power Somatoscope by Gaston Naessens - Canada
60,000x power Universal Microscope by Royal Rife - USA
The Rife Universal Microscope number 3 developed in the 1930's is
currently believed to be lost.
Two members of the Lifestar team know the individual personally, that has possession of the Rife Universal Microscope number 3 at the present time.
The invention of the Rife Universal Microscope initiated the research that evolved into the into the creation of the Somatoscope by Gaston Naessens and Ergonom 400 by Kurt Olbrich, both of which use a variation of similar interpretations of light frequencies while being independent researchers and inventors. The existence and success of these three microscopes was considered impossible by the optical science of the day and to this day not believed by many optical scientists based entirely on what they were taught and or what they believe and agree upon among themselves.
These videos show live Somatid activity in human blood .
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Ergonom 500 20,000x power of live blood cells becoming cancerous
Ergonom 400 20,000x power of live blood cells developing into cancer cells
Somatoscope 30,000x power of microscopy of
live blood cells developing into cancer cells
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