The Delta Institute has become aware that several Ph.D. candidates from Leiden University in the Netherlands are performing dissertation research on suppression of dissent techniques. The BX protocol™ has been the primary target for this research project.

Over the past year, Leiden University, funded by CEL (Centre of Education and Learning), a collaboration between the universities of Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam, has supported cyber harassment with attacks against the BX Protocol, its researchers, founders, staff, affiliates, members, and associates through the following means:

  1. Deleting, modifying, misquoting, and fabricating information about the BX Protocol, its founders, researchers, staff, affiliates, members, and associates.
  2. Obstructing research with 3 separate universities.
  3. Propagation of false rumors.
  4. Posing as patients in forums, blogs, social media, or other internet venues.
  5. Filing formal complaints with government agencies. (Making frivolous complaints is one of their key tactics McDermott et al., 2014).

Delta Institute, working with Interpol and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has launched an investigation in order to combat acts of cyber terrorism committed by the university funded students, for alleged harassment crimes violating international standards for online activity.

Delta will utilize a variety of investigative tools needed to fight this range of cybercrime that Big Pharma uses as an ongoing tactic to fight against and suppress emerging health benefits within the integrative medicine sector.

The following information addresses the concerns and misinformation found online in regards to the founders and researchers of the Delta Institute, the BX Protocol™, staff, affiliates, members, and associates. The Delta Institute is dedicated to providing accurate information for members and potential members alike.

Certified Legal Reviews are available upon request.

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Concern: Some Delta associated doctors have lost their license to practice medicine, specifically Michael Lee Gerber, M.D.

Response: Michael Lee Gerber is one of the most well-respected doctors in the integrative health field. Please be aware that Quack-watch is a well-known paid disinformation service for Big Pharma. Delta is aware that there have been times when a medical license may be removed due to practicing methods not approved by Big Pharma or the pharmaceutical industry.

Concern: Delta has a secret clinic in the United States.

Response: The Delta Institute did have a research center in the United States that relocated to the Caribbean in 2013. The medical director of that center was licensed in the U.S. Delta’s Member Retreat is located in the Caribbean and more information is available to registered members upon request. Staff vacancies in the local classifieds pertain to a different HR service company altogether and have no direct relationship to the medical end of Delta Institute International.

View more information on Delta’s Member Retreat:

Concern: Dr. Smith has a fake doctorate originating from a degree mill.

Response: Dr. Smith received his B.A. degree in science from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine. He received his Ph.D. from Canterbury University after completing a rigorous course requiring 92 credits and a 4-year degree. Canterbury University is a legitimate private school. Degrees obtained from the University are legal. From their website:

“Canterbury University is an internationally administered tertiary level academic institution with incorporated and unincorporated structures in multiple jurisdictions and its overall structure ensures that it is legally entitled to conduct itself as a private degree granting institution.”

Jen from Canterbury University says of Dr. Smith: We consider Dr. Smith among our most respected alumnus.

Concern: The BX Protocol is involved in money laundering.

Response: Any company associated with the BX Protocol, like those listed by the Leiden team on their disinformation site, have fully audited financials and are legally compliant within their respective jurisdiction.

Concern: An individual by the name of Webster Kehr is an agent for BX Protocol.>

Response: Mr. Kehr is retired and has no direct affiliation with our protocol. However, he used to run the largest information nonprofit in the integrative world and is considered an authority on integrative treatments. His former foundation does advocate for the use of the BX Protocol and has also been a target of the Leiden team. You can read more on his website at

Concern: Dr. Smith is a felon and was arrested. His mug shots are available on the internet.

Response: These claims are misleading and have no merit. Dr. Smith was ticketed in 2002 for protesting a beef and poultry contamination incident. The protest was aimed at a food chain and the USDA. When refusing to leave the property, he was written a ticket and released. This type of misdemeanor required a mug shot under a plea in abeyance. Dr. Smith has NO arrest and NO conviction. Dr. Smith offers no apologies and is proud of his actions in this instance.

In 2013, Dr. Smith was ticketed for target practicing on a gun range that had been the active gun range in the area for nearly 20 years. The new owner of the property requested that police start ticketing people if they came on the land. That is the owner’s right and Dr. Smith was more than happy to pay the fine. This was a misdemeanor trespassing charge and again under a plea in abeyance, mug shots were required. There was NO arrest and NO conviction.

Concern: Cancer patients have died while on the BX Protocol due to choosing the BX over chemotherapy.

Response: Statements such as the one above are taken out of context and made in an effort to cause fear and confusion. No allopathic or alternative protocol has a 100% success rate. The Delta Institute does not claim that a member will be cured. The disclosures on the website and in the membership agreement, along with the affidavit show evidence of this.

Health professionals recognize that there are significant challenges regarding health restoration in end-of-life cases. In the following end-of-life testimonial, the member documented did not recover. However, the video shows his quality of life was drastically improved during the last month of his life and his family was grateful to have extra time to spend with him. View video.

Please note that chemotherapy is not a cure for cancer. Choosing chemotherapy does not guarantee survival (Harrington & Smith, 2008). Two cases did die while using chemotherapy while also using the BX Protocol. Neither member complained about the protocol. Considering that 30% of Delta’s enrollments for cancer support are in hospice care, the two death cases cited are extremely low. Conventional oncology experiences a 100% failure rate given a similar population.

In 2014, the Facebook page cited for the documented case of death provides information to show this individual chose chemotherapy in 2014 as part of her treatment. Stating, she “chose this nonsense over chemotherapy” is an inaccurate statement. [Harrington, S.E. & Smith, T. J. (2008, Jun 11). The role of chemotherapy at the end of life. The Journal of the American Medical Association. 299(22). 2667-2678.]

Concern: Before you begin treatment you must sign an extensive release form with multiple warnings including the phrase, “not intended for the use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.”

Response: The intent of the release form is to provide the member with adequate information to determine if the benefits outweigh the risks. This empowers the member to decide for themselves whether or not they would like to participate in the program. The Delta Institute understands the importance of making the right decision when it comes to your health and encourages potential members, together with their physicians, to make an informed decision.

Concern: Delta uses cheap products made in China and then resells them at 10 times the price.

Response: Energenetix does purchase enclosure units from China in the interest of saving money for its clients. However, all of the circuitry and research that goes into the “empty box” has originated from research conducted by seasoned engineers and researchers employed by Energenetix or related companies.

The technologies are only available to certified affiliates or Delta members. The average cost of Energenetix equipment ranges between $4,000-$12,000. X-Ray radiation therapy machines average around $3 million each. These machines are far more expensive and have been shown to do more harm than good. A study conducted at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (UJCCC) describes how radiation treatments actually promote malignancy in cancer cells instead of eradication. We encourage individuals to conduct independent research on radiation therapy.

Concern: Technologies developed by Delta Labs emit the same Ka-band radio-frequency as a police radar speed gun.

Response: Delta Technologies include more than Ka bands. Ka band is simply a frequency range that covers the frequencies of 26.5–40 GHz. Depending on the amplitude and the use of the pulse cycle. If you are interested on the effect of the Ka band on Bacterial Mutagenesis, we recommend conducting independent research. Research literature that explores the use of the ranges below to treat bacterial inactivation, gene transcription manipulation, etc.

Some of our research is based on the use of X, KU, K, and Ka radio frequency bands. We have developed 8 medical technologies in total covering the following ranges:

  • High Frequency (HF) 3-30 MHz
  • Very High Frequency (VHF) 30-300 MHz
  • Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) 300-3000 MHz
  • Ultra Sound: 580 kHz
  • Multi-Wave Oscillation (700 hz-300 MHz)

It is recommended that independent research is conducted to explore the use of the ranges listed above to treat bacterial inactivation, gene transcription manipulation, etc

Concern: The Delta Institute employees are not licensed physicians.

Response: The Delta Institute treats members from all over the world. Licensing requirements vary from each location. It would be unreasonable to expect staff members to be licensed in all of the locations they serve. The “Meet the Team” section provides detailed information about employee and council member credentials.

Concern: Your testimonials advertise that the BX Protocol is a cure for everything.

Response: The testimonials provided document actual member experiences. Many testimonials document the experience of users over the course of 12 months or more. This allows viewers to draw their own conclusion of whether or not the BX Protocol is effective.

Concern: Delta does not offer evidence or research for any of their claims.


  • A 90-day study at Utah State University conducted by Patti Champine, M.Sc. provides results on the effect of BX Energy Catalyst on non-small cell carcinoma cell lines. View video.
  • Additional information on University Studies can be found on the website.
  • Practical methods for measuring mitochondrial function have been developed. Some of these methods include open-respirometry, crenation studies, and mitochondrial function profiles. Results of clinical studies can be found on the website in Module #2 BX Research (In vivo).
  • Results of an animal survival study can be found on the website.
  • Respiration study results can be found on the website.

Concern: The BX Protocol treatment costs $16,995, paid up front, no refunds.

Response: This statement is not entirely true. It is true that once a member is accepted, their membership dues are non-refundable. However, the source indicates that the funds are held pending determination of an applicant’s eligibility for membership. In the event the applicant is ineligible for membership, the entire club membership fee is returned to the applicant. The private membership dues are based on member value-added benefits.

Concern: Mitochondrial disease is a real affliction and may cause a wide variety of symptoms. How can you claim that it’s the root cause of most disease when it is unproven?

Response: Loss of function in the mitochondria can result in fatigue and other symptoms commonly reported in almost every chronic disease (Nicolson, 2013). While research in this area is ongoing, it would be irresponsible to completely dismiss these claims as ludicrous until proven otherwise. [ Nicolson, G.L. (2013). Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Natural Supplements. Alternative Therapies ]. Retrieved from The Institute for Molecular Medicine.

The Delta Institute continues to study the root cause of disease in an effort to help members on their health restoration journey. You can learn more here (video).

Concern: Delta’s treatment is an “energized nontoxic biomolecule created from pure crystalline fructose.”

Response: Treatment does not consist of the BX Energy Catalyst™ alone. Members have the option of receiving a Home-Based Treatment Program or a Hybrid Treatment Program. In addition to the BX Energy Catalyst, home based members receive intensive and effective home-based case management support 24/7. This includes virtual tools, equipment, the ability to contact affiliates, case management, and more. The Hybrid Treatment Program provides all the benefits of the Home-Based Program plus the option of on-site treatment by a trained and certified clinical affiliate. See Programs

Comprehending how the BX Energy Catalyst functions is a complex process that is not yet entirely understood. Studies on the BX Energy Catalyst are attempting to understand how the frequency chamber alters the electrostatic energy between the atoms nucleus and the surrounding electronic charge density.

See BX Energy Catalyst.

Concern: One page mentions that it is homeopathic, and in a video, ozone therapy is dropped, neither of which has any relation to the explanation above.

Response: The product does NOT claim to be homeopathic. The source cited states the preparations could be viewed as homeopathic because of dilution factors, but clarifies it is not. Additionally, the video attached to the source cited in this article actually provides evidence the product is not homeopathic. The video states, “Some people may mistakenly think that this is a homeopathic reaction because the preparation is dilute.”

The video identifies other oxidative therapies that employ the use of singlet oxygen such as peroxide and ozone therapies but explains how the BX protocol is different from these therapies. View video.

Concern: Royal Rife was a discredited scientist who coined the term Bacillus-X. He was also a conspiracy-theorist.

Response: Little evidence exists that proves Royal Rife was actually discredited. Dr. Rife had numerous scientists and doctors corroborate his results (Hess, 1996). While his research is controversial, there are reports that suggest Dr. Rife’s work was suppressed by the American Medical Association. Dr. Rife refused to sell his company to Morris Fishbein, editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (Hess, 1996). [Hess, D. J. (1996, Dec.) Technology and alternative cancer therapies: an analysis of heterodoxy and constructivism. Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 10(4), 657-674.]

Delta Institute identifies the work of multiple credible pioneers in the creation of the BX Protocol including Nobel Prize winner including Otto Heinrich Warburg, Dr. William Frederick Koch, scientist Georges Lakhovsky, Dr. Virginia Livingston-Wheeler, and of course Dr. Royal Raymond Rife. Find out more here: here and here

Read about these scientists and the contributions they each made in the field of cancer research.

The Delta Institute International is committed to providing information to members and prospective members alike. Campaigns of misinformation have been prominent against the BX Protocol but are not based in fact. If you have any concerns or questions in regards to the Delta Institute or the BX Protocol, please contact us immediately.

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—Management, Delta Institute International Limited

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