Most (if not all depending on your view) of Rife's MORs were much higher than 75 kHz. A few were sub 1 MHz, but some were well above.
The 75-880 kHz range is from Hulda Clark. She used a device called a syncrometer to measure resonance. It is entirely possible that her device was only able to reach so high and thus her results.
Many of the lower frequencies we use may in fact be just that -- low because of the equipment we had at the time. Some are in fact modulators to carrier waves; carrier information not retained, and thus many will run them as direct fundamentals and miss their target.
What I am seeing with the GX biofeedback scan results, is that much of what is being returned and eliciting responses within 24 hours of application is much higher than 1 MHz. Above 10 MHz is especially common.
I think as we learn more we'll find that the true MORs are not down low, but much higher up like much of what Rife recorded.
For now, use the frequency that you have information on and only transpose them to higher or lower harmonics if the recorded value you are using does not produce results. We have in the past used the lower frequencies as recorded with results, so it is a good starting point.
The alternative is to use the GX scan to start peeling away what the body reports if you have one, which is nailing better frequencies to use given the expanded frequency range it can scan in a very short period of time. The only draw back is you have to resist trying to label the frequencies and go with what is returned. Trying to target something specifically with the scan will lead you down a path of miss opportunities in most cases.
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