Spread Sheet Calculators


A significant need was found for several different calculators. These all originated from collaboration between James Bare and the listed author of the spreadsheet. You will need Microsoft Excel to open and use these files. When the spread sheet opens, it may do so in your browser. After it opens click on “File” from the menu bar, and then click on “Save As”. Make certain the file saves to the directory you want to open it from.


Sub Harmonic Calculator for Rife Fundamental Frequencies – Did you ever wonder where many of the more common frequencies in use today originated? Many frequencies are merely sub harmonics of the fundamental frequencies discovered by Dr. Rife. This calculator will allow one to create new sub harmonic frequencies from Dr. Rife’s fundamentals. This calculator was created by Douglas Woodrow.


Rife Sub Harmonic Calculator


Hundredths Calculator - Sometimes one can create a sub-harmonic frequency by closely doing calculations in .01 increments . This calculator allows one to do this. This calculator was created by  Olin Boyer.


Hundredths Calculator


Calculator Instructions - OK, now you have the two calculators, How are they to be used? This file contains the instructions.


Instructions For Sub Harmonic Calculator


Understanding Sub Harmonics Calculations - For an in-depth review of where and how sub harmonic frequencies originated, and how to use them please download this paper.


Understanding Our Frequencies



The following calculators don’t have instructions written up yet. They do have some instructions inside them once they are opened. These were created by Olin Boyer ,  and are based upon known principles of physics.

Light to Frequency Calculator - Light is commonly used for the treatment of many physical complaints. This calculator allows one to convert a light wavelength ( or color of known wavelength )  into a series of sub harmonic frequencies. One can create a sub harmonic frequency for 660 nm for instance.  This calculator can also be used to create sub harmonic frequencies based upon wavelengths as short as 1 angstrom. An example of it’s use is to calculate a sub harmonic frequency for a virus of 90nm ( or other known ) size. 


Light to Frequency Calculator


Molecular Weight to Frequency Calculator - If one knows the molecular weight of a particular chemical, one can calculate the frequency of the chemical. This spread sheet allows one to both calculate the frequency and also sub harmonics of that frequency. The formula for the fundamental frequency can be found in the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics


Initial reports of the use of this calculator indicate the generated frequencies can have physiologic effects. These effects are not what might be expected. One cannot create a frequency for aspirin and expect it to relieve pain. The same holds true for substances like cocaine or heroin, no effects of intoxication will occur.  The effects seem to be equivalent to homeopathic preparations of the chemical. There are significant differences between the physiologic effects and use of a Medical version of a chemical , and the homeopathic version of the chemical ! For example the Medical use of the metal Silver i.e. colloidal,  and a Homeopathic preparation of Silver ( Argentum metallicum). If the frequencies have homeopathic actions then:


1.     The frequencies are to be delivered directly to the subject, not through some intermediary like a pill or solution.

2.     The relationship between a particular sub harmonic and homeopathic potency is unknown.

3.     One may be able to apply a specific frequency and expect that known physiologic effects may result from the use of that frequency.



 Review of some of the various homeopathic materia medicas should be done to understand how to utilize a frequency. It is simple to locate the molecular weight of just about any chemical in the Homeopathic repertoire  by a web search. Just use the name of the chemical along with the words “ molecular weight”.   So far, frequencies that seem to work best are in the ranges below 1000 Hz with utilization times of between 5 and 10 minutes. Many questions remain as to the effects of higher frequencies, extremely low frequencies, and extremely long exposure times.  Feedback on your experiences with the calculator would be very helpful in understanding how best to utilize it.


Molecular Weight to Frequency Calculator