ZM, Cancer, and the end of a Dream


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Social climber
Tujunga CA.
Nov 22, 2012 - 11:20am PT
i just saw this thread again today. didnt realize that Ian was sick again. this is so sad. i hung with Ian and richard and eddie joe a bunch during the early needles days. I recall that Richard and Ian climbed the warrior in preperation for their shield ascent. How quickly the years pass and friends before you know it are gone.

May the suns first rays awaken you on your portaledge every morning for all time my friend....

Mark Hudon

Trad climber
Hood River, OR
Nov 22, 2012 - 02:29pm PT
I'm posting this one as my photo to Ian since I'll always think of him when I'm up there, hopefully bringing a bit of him with me.

Credit: Mark Hudon
Steve Grossman

Trad climber
Seattle, WA
Nov 22, 2012 - 02:50pm PT
E- More stories when you feel so inclined...

Trad climber
Santa Cruz
Nov 24, 2012 - 07:03pm PT was the service....

Turning the big prayer wheel
Turning the big prayer wheel
Credit: SCseagoat

Steve Grossman

Trad climber
Seattle, WA
Nov 24, 2012 - 08:15pm PT
My prayers for a quick jog through the bardo...

Trad climber
BackInTheDitch BackInTheDirt BackInTheDay
Nov 24, 2012 - 08:31pm PT
Yay, Steve. . . what a nice way to put it!


Trad climber
June Lake, California....via the Damascus Road
Nov 25, 2012 - 09:51pm PT
I was out Christmas Tree hunting today, sans my two oldest kids, who have moved away.....and I found myself having a little pity party that they weren't along.

Then I started thinking about Ian's family, heading into these holidays without him....felt pretty stupid whining about my kids being a few hours away.

Perspective is everything.

Thoughts and prayers are with them.....

Trad climber
Nov 26, 2012 - 06:03pm PT
Ian,,how do i say this,,,we are all afraid of cancer,,and thats the way the AMA wants it,,there was once a man named RIFE who played with frequencys back in the 40Ds or so with great results,,,helping many ailments including cancer,,I know a personal friend 85 years old cleared of prostate cancer,,we all have plenty of worry and stress ,good to have options,,at Chelsea:s clinic in oregon,donations are accepted,,,peaceandlove,,

Nov 26, 2012 - 06:47pm PT
Hmmmm, probably not the time of the place to take a left turn, but I'd never heard of it Melski (Rife or the place). Quick google search/copy/paste for the next one of us blokes who may need it.

Gonna quote it, at the risk of sounding like an out of place Dr Bonner soap bottle.

Chelsea’s Sanctuary of Hope Society is Located in the small town of Lafayette, Oregon, about 5 miles southwest of Portland, on Highway 99 west.

Invited family and/or friends and their visitors are welcome to come and enjoy an easy, peaceful and healing environment while experimenting with the Rife technology. There is not charge at Chelsea’s Sanctuary of Hope for experimenting with our generators.

The goal of Chelsea’s Sanctuary has been to educate our friends and visitors in regards to the benefits of Rife technology and the basic protocols that address the cause and effect of most diseases. This education will help you to make informed decisions while working in conjunction with your preferred health care provider.

Each of us individually – not our doctors, friends or family – is responsible for our own health. Taking charge of one’s health demands a lot of research – experimental investigation with Rife technology is a complimentary option. It also means following proper guidelines for nutrition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to prevent illnesses from returning.

We are all individuals; therefore, there are different response rates to the same program. A basic nutrition, hydration, detoxification and balanced pH body chemistry protocol is greatly encouraged, along with being supervised by a qualified health care practitioner knowledgeable in treating your particular condition. We urge you to advise your health care practitioners, should you choose to embark on experimenting with Rife technology.

*Please note we do reserve the right to ask any visitor to leave the premises at any time we deem necessary.

Chelsea’s Sanctuary Hours M-TH 9-5 Friday 9-1
293 West 3rd Street
PO Box 401
Lafayette, OR 97127
Telephone: 503-864-9494

Royal Raymond Rife was one of the most brilliant medical scientists of his century. After studying at Johns Hopkins, Rife developed technology that is still commonly used today in the fields of optics, electronics, radiochemistry, biochemistry, ballistics, and aviation.

Because Rife was self-educated in so many different fields, he intuitively looked for answers in areas beyond the rigid scientific structure of his day. He mastered so many different disciplines that he literally had, at his intellectual disposal, the skills and knowledge of an entire team of different fields.

Rife ignored debate, preferring to concentrate on refining his method of destroying tiny killer viruses. He used the same principal that made them visible to kill them: resonance. By increasing the intensity of a frequency, which resonated naturally with the microbe, Rife increased their naturally oscillations until they distorted and disintegrated from structural stresses. Rife called this frequency “the mortal oscillatory rate”. It did no harm whatsoever to the surrounding tissue.

Today’s Rife instruments use harmonics of the frequencies shown on the display screen. This principal can be illustrated by using and intense musical note to shatter a wineglass: the molecules of the glass are already oscillating at some harmonic of that musical note; they are in resonance with it. Because everything else has a different resonant rate frequency, nothing but the glass is destroyed. It took Rife many years working 48 hours at a time, until he discovered the frequencies which specifically destroyed herpes, polio, spinal meningitis, tetanus, influenza and an immense number of other dangerous disease organisms.

In 1934, the University Of Southern California assigned a team of doctors and pathologists to examine terminally ill or incurable cancer patients using the Rife Beam Ray light device- if still alive –in 90 days. After 90 days of treatment, the Committee concluded that 86.5% of the patients had been completely cured. The treatment was then adjusted and the remaining 13.5% of the patients responded within the next four weeks. The total recovery rate using Rife’s light generator was 100%.

The Smithsonian Annual Report #3776 mentions that Rife’s light device was effective with many other diseases of his time, such as sarcoma, leprosy, tuberculosis and typhoid.

In contrast to the treatment devised by Rife, modern medicine attempts to deal with cancer by targeting drugs to specific cells and tissues that have gone awry. While advances in molecular biology have improved the targeting accuracy, and the newer varieties of drugs are a little less toxic to the body, it still remains that these formulas are not the best solution to eradiating viruses and disease.
Posted by Kristen Marie at 7:05 AM 1 comment:
Not long before he became ill, Dr. Rife made the following profound (under) statement:
“I hope I have helped humanity some. I am just an ordinary man, doing the best he can.
We are all here to do our part. Each has a purpose as he lives it and thinks it. We need religion to balance scientific discovery, and the material and spiritual roust go side-by-side.
Religion guides scientific discoveries. Religion is a stabilizer. I sincerely thing and believe our Good Lord helps us in many ways to accomplish our desires. This has been proven in many cases where results obtained were from non other than our Almighty God.
The most important thing I ever did was build a microscope. The things I’ve done have possibly (!!!!) helped humanity. I have tried to create and develop things for the good of the Universe. I am grateful to God that he has allowed me to the things I have done.
(end quoting)

Is it any wonder why Dr. Rife was chosen to bring forth a gift of such vast good for humanity?
Posted by Kristen Marie at 7:04 AM 4 comments:
This information in this brochure/blog is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as medical advice, nor is it intended to lead anyone away from a qualified health care practitioner. We make absolutely no claims of any cure for any disease. Using a functional generator for other than equipment testing is considered you own personal experimental investigation. We cannot take responsiblility for those who treat themselves. If you have a medical condition, we urge you to be supervised by a qualified health care professional of your choice.

For more facts about Royal Raymond Rife, see the book “The Cancer Cure That Worked”, written by Barry Lynes, at
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Wilson, Wyoming
Nov 27, 2012 - 05:19pm PT
bump for Ian's wife and son:

Fundraiser link:

Wilson, Wyoming
Nov 29, 2012 - 10:10pm PT
Bumping this Fundraiser link again for Ian Charlie Gill's wife Michelle Gill and son Trevor.

We don't always think of everything that goes along with losing a loved one...not only is there an emotional toll, but there can be a financial toll as well, losing the breadwinner with a house and family left to be taken care of....

Charlie had no life insurance, investments or benefits, was unable to work for many months, and Michelle took a leave of absence from her job to take care of the burden is heavy...anything you can do to help Charlie's family is so amount is too small and every little bit helps...

And many heartfelt thanks to all who have so generously donated, it means so much!

Sport climber
A true CA girl, who landed in the desert...
Nov 29, 2012 - 10:17pm PT
Audrey, you are incredible, and I don't even know you...

~peace, leggs
Mark Hudon

Trad climber
Hood River, OR
Nov 29, 2012 - 10:33pm PT
Ian has a bunch of gear he doesn't need anymore, gear he was getting for his ZM solo. We need to figure out how we can, maybe, auction, that gear off to help Michelle make some money.

I know he has a Metolius double ledge and fly and I know both are brand new. I'm sure he has several dozen biners and a few sets of cams and all the rest of it.

Someone could set up a Merchant Visa account so they could take credit cards or maybe a Paypal account. With a PayPal account you can generate USPS shipping labels as well. I could do all that but Ian's gear is down in Redding and I'm several hundred miles away.

What can we work out?

Nov 30, 2012 - 12:42am PT
Parting it all out & sell it on eBay would yield the most dough. Loads of work to set up the web sales, even with the account(s) in place (as I do). The problem would be moving the stuff down from Redding. PM me.

la la land
Nov 30, 2012 - 01:40am PT
Ian's gear was meant to go up on El Cap, it should do just that. His dream doesn't have to end just because he is gone...

Ian gave us some of the best threads I've seen on supertopo, I have been here since the start. I know some people say this thread is so sad, but there is so much of it that isn't. I hope people can see how much stoke was in the man. Enough to light a fire!


Wilson, Wyoming
Nov 30, 2012 - 07:35am PT
beautiful, you all bring me to tears. i know any help you can give michelle in selling/buying/auctioning his gear would be just awesome. I am not in Redding either, but can help in any way.
Thanks so much you guys

Trad climber
BackInTheDitch BackInTheDirt BackInTheDay
Nov 30, 2012 - 07:53am PT
HohMahn. . . Ian's gear. . . I'd find stuff on Craigslist and tell him about it and the next thing I knew, he owned it. . . he was SO looking forward to being on El Cap again.




Trad climber
Portland, Oregon
Nov 30, 2012 - 08:25am PT
We've been a community for long enough now to have weathered the passing of many of our friends over these years together. With each passing we are reminded we too shall pass this way, each in our own time.

And for all the various on an off topic bickering it's in these somber threads supporting and bidding friends farewell where we see the best of us. Ian, glad to have been able to learn about your through your friends here - farewell and godspeed.
Mark Hudon

Trad climber
Hood River, OR
Nov 30, 2012 - 09:57am PT
If I can get the gear, I have a way figured out that I can sell it, accept payment and ship it out, it's what I do now anyway. I just need to get the gear!!

How about someone in Redding drive it north a couple hours, meet someone,, they drive it further and eventually I'll meet someone and drive it home?

Sport climber
A true CA girl, who landed in the desert...
Nov 30, 2012 - 10:33am PT
We've been a community for long enough now to have weathered the passing of many of our friends over these years together. With each passing we are reminded we too shall pass this way, each in our own time.

And for all the various on an off topic bickering it's in these somber threads supporting and bidding friends farewell where where see the best of us. Ian, glad to have been able to learn about your through your friends here - farewell and godspeed.

Beautifully said, Healyje

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