John Marsh Collection




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1939 Beam Ray Trial

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A Little History about John Marsh

John Marsh met John Crane in 1952 when he became his supervisor at Convair Aeronautics. Marsh had moved to San Diego from Tucson, Arizona in order to get the cancer treatments that his wife needed. After several months, the doctors told John Marsh that his wife was terminal and that there was nothing that they could do for her. While at Convair, Crane told Marsh about Dr. Rife and how he had found a way to eliminate diseases, including cancer, using frequencies. He and Crane went to talk to Dr. Rife and see if he would help. After some coaxing and appealing to Rife’s desire to help people, they were able to get his aid. Rife gave them an old instrument which they repaired and used on Marsh’s wife. She was cured of her cancer after 6 treatments. This began a friendship between these three men that would last for years.

Many people know of Dr. Rife and John Crane but know little or nothing about the great contributions that John Marsh made. Dr. Rife, John Crane and John Marsh worked together as a team in the 1950’s and early 60s. They formed a company called Life Labs and started building Dr. Rife’s frequency Instruments. In 1957, Marsh took an instrument to Dr. Robert P. Stafford (the family doctor) for him to use on two patients that had cancer. Dr. Stafford used the instrument for nearly 5 years on patients. Dr. Staffords report is on the Marsh audio tapes and his paper report is here for you to read. It was Marsh and not Crane who made this possible. Marsh also contacted doctors in Salt Lake City who started using the frequency instrument. It was through his hard work and dedication that we have this information. John Crane had done nothing until Marsh came along. Marsh had the greatest motivation to get Dr. Rife’s technology revived. His wife was dying of cancer! After what Dr. Rife’s instrument did for his wife he could not rest. He worked as hard as he could with Dr. Rife and John Crane to make the instruments the best that they could be for the 1950s. Some people think that John Crane was the true heir of Dr. Rife’s technology but nothing could be further from the truth. After being court-ordered in 1964 not to associate with one another, both Marsh and Crane went on separately building Rife’s instruments. Therefore, there is no “true heir” to Rife’s technology and anyone that says this is trying to take advantage of people.

In the audio tapes and papers, Marsh gives some interesting information. They (Rife, Marsh, and Crane) were in agreement on how the instruments should work; that the ray tube instrument was Dr. Rife’s and not Crane’s or Marsh’s though they collaborated together; that the square wave audio frequencies that were used in Rife’s ray tube instrument were his and not Crane’s or Marsh’s; and that the audio frequencies were derived from the color of the organisms and mathematics and not from looking through the microscope. This is why there are no lab notes for these audio frequencies. Some things Marsh’s paperwork makes clear and other things we still do not know and will not know until more information is found. It is still unclear when the audio frequencies were derived, in the 1930’s or 1950’s. One thing that is known is that Rife’s earlier 1930’s instruments, which used much higher frequencies, worked better. Two examples are the 1934 instrument and the 1935 Rife Ray #4. The instruments that used the #4 frequencies were used by Dr. Johnson, Dr. Couche and Dr. Tully with amazing results. Dr. Stafford made this statement about the audio modulated ray tube instrument that he used: “these frequencies (audio) may be wrong, or only nearly correct”. Nevertheless he still reported very good results. Marsh points out the fact that the ray tube instrument had some real accuracy problems and it was only in the late 1960’s and 70’s when electronics had advanced that this problem was solved. Even though Marsh and Crane (not Rife) developed the pad type instruments, Marsh put most of his energy into ray tube instruments. Crane put most of his efforts into pad type instruments. Marsh felt that the ray tube instruments worked much better because of the penetration that the carrier frequency gave. In the late 1970’s, Marsh built the ray tube instrument that is in the picture with him. He felt that it was the best instrument that he had ever built and that it far exceeded any that they built in the 1950’s. He claimed to have had great success with it. This instrument still works today.

Marsh and Crane had a falling out in the 1980’s because Marsh felt Crane tried to take all the credit. Crane never gave Marsh the credit that he deserved. Marsh died in 1987 and his family didn’t want any of his Rife related equipment and papers. His collection and instruments were passed on to his nurse who took care of him. AAA Production felt that Marsh’s story should be told. She has kindly allowed AAA Production to put some of his information on this web site so that he will get the credit that he deserves. We hope those who read this information will enjoy it and see the value of Marsh’s contribution.



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