Thanks to Electroherbalism for maintaining these frequency lists.
CAFL The Consolidated Annotated Frequency List. The most
popular frequency list. It is the Master List and probably the most-used
reference for frequency researchers.
Frequency List This contains separate lists of frequencies from
many sources. It also contains 2 frequency lists that the CAFL does not
incorporate - frequencies for muscles in the body and for chemical elements.
It is not updated and was compiled circa 1998.
Cross Reference - Lists frequencies with the conditions they are used
for. This list may not reflect all of the frequencies in the CAFL and is
not kept updated. See Stone
Circle Alternatives for the latest list in a well-formatted version.
Useful to see if there are matches when hits occur during scanning or when the
purpose of a frequency being used is forgotten.
Frequency Listing - This is a list kept by Michael
Triggs on the Papercut Suicide website and contains an extensive listing of brainwave frequencies and others
like colors, scale notes, plus a few rife frequencies. Colorful and well
annotated. Read the introduction. After viewing the website, one may
decide that running brainwave frequencies is not a good idea <g>.
These are files primarily of posts to the Rife listservers where people report
results of using sets on Rife-Bare and other devices.
Reports are detailed Anecdotes, including reports from Paul Jone.
Ready to load PC and Palm files of some sets of frequencies
from the CAFL for AtelierRobin function generators.
the Mystery Out Of The CAFL by Carol of www.OurLifeHouse.com contains an analysis of some of the cancer frequency sets in
the CAFL and details a methodology for reducing the number
of frequencies in a set to the most important ones.