May 29, 2008

This video was provided to me by a chiropractor who sees these spirochetes in the blood of his patients often. He says the trick to seeing the spirochetes is to let the blood sit out for a while. As the red blood cells die and the pH, temperature, and o2 content of the blood changes, the spirochetes venture out and can be seen with the microscope.

I am looking for someone to help me observe spirochetes in this manner with a microscope and apply rife electromagnetic frequencies to them to observe their responses. If you can help with this, please contact me at the website provided at the beginning of this video description. DISCLAIMER: I (Bryan Rosner) am a journalist, not a doctor.

This video looked better in its original high-resolution form. YouTube messed it up a little. Hopefully you can still see the detail.

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DISCLAIMER: Bryan Rosner is a journalist, not a healthcare provider or doctor.