This link has various erroneous information. Here are a few examples:
Royal Raymond Rife, M.D., developed a high-powered microscope in the 1920’s that could magnify an object almost 1,500 times. He could see viruses, bacteria, parasites, toxins, etc. in the blood.
The Rife Universal Microscope was much more powerful than that actually magnifying 31,000 times. It was much more powerful than even today's optical microscopes that can magnify up to 2,500 times. And even these microscopes cannot view viruses due to their small size. Another advantage of the Rife microscope is that it did not destroy the pathogen as electron microscopes will so Rife was able to watch the pathogens in their active state.
From this work he developed a “frequency generator” which could generate various electrical frequencies to be passed through an affected or diseased part of the body. [It has been known by medicine for over a hundred years that electrical currents passed through a wound or broken bone will greatly accelerate the healing process.] Furthering his work, he validated certain frequencies could prevent the development of disease, and others would destroy disease! Nikola Tesla said that if you could eliminate certain outside frequencies that interfered in our bodies, we would have greater resistance toward disease. Bjorn Nordenstrom, a radiologist of Stockholm, Sweden, who wrote "Biologically Closed Circuits," discovered in the early 1980s that by putting an electrode inside a tumor and running a milliamp D.C. current through the electrode, he could dissolve the cancer tumor and stop its growth. He found that the human body had electropositive and electronegative energy fields. Dr. Otto Warburg was a two-time Nobel Laureate and winner of the Nobel Prize for cancer research, for discovering that human cells have an electrical voltage.
They are trying to compare apples to oranges. The examples above are electrical frequencies, not vibrational frequencies. A rock has a vibrational frequency but this does not mean it has an electrical frequency.