Aubrey Scoon was a British electronics engineer known for his expertise.
From 2001 to 2009, Aubrey concentrated a lot of effort into researching electrotherapy and what might best be called, "Energetic Medicine;" because despite the lack of a proper scientific foundation in many such areas, he believes nonetheless that such therapies have a lot of potential and warrant further investigation. One of the purposes of his site is to explain the conclusions he has reached from his research.
Aubrey Scoon was highly regarded for his high quality research work. Unfortunately he died of a heart attack in 2009 and his website closed soon after. www.rife.de obtained permission from his widow to mirror his website in its entirety.
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|Rife Shop Review||Aubrey Scoon, a well known Rife researcher, excellent engineer and member of the British Rife Group, who died of a heart attack on March 19, 2009 at the age of 49. I had the good fortune to have known Aubrey personally, having met him in the UK back in 2002. I have exchanged countless emails and phone calls with him and considered him a friend. He first became known to the Rife world when he wrote an excellent article about Rife in a UK electronics magazine: The End To All Disease? He was instrumental in purchasing, retro-engineering and rebuilding an original Hoyland machine. He also produced a modern equivalent of the Rife circuitry that he published on his now defunct web site: www.scoon.co.uk At the end of 2002, he withdrew from the Rife world for personal reasons. |
His writings were highly regarded with a lot of technical knowledge.
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