Book: Blast It!, by John Crane

Book: Blast It!, by John Crane

URL: Buy Blast It! on amazon.com

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Historical Book on Rife by John Crane (Rife's engineer)

Crane assembled a huge amount of material documenting Rife's work and their work together, spanning a period of 60 years. Crane called his book the Polarity Research Manual (PRM). The 1000 pages which made up the PRM has not been available for several years, it explained everything from Rife's original microscope and ray tube work in the '30's, to the new pad units first put out in the '50's.

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Smartphone-FriendlyNo (Incompatible)
MaintainedStatic website, no recent updates
Secure Websitehttp only, yet no personal data asked for (OK)
Rife Forum Sectionhttps://www.rifeforum.com/forum/forums/13-Rife-History
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Rife Shop ReviewBlast It is a massive book full of information on Rife technology from John Crane and others. It is made available by the folks at Keelynet. While the book is certainly worth considering, the marketing of this book is poor. It is offered on Amazon, yet often "unavailable" and on keelynet their is more information on disorganized, old-fashioned and unsecured pages with links to buy it via individual PayPal links.
Additional Informationhttp://www.keelynet.com/products/blastit.htm

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