What is Dr. Hulda Clark’s zapper and what does it do ?
The zapper is a device invented by Dr Clark. It electrically kills parasites, bacteria, viruses, moulds and fungi. Viruses and bacteria disappear in three minutes; tapeworms, flippers, roundworms in five and mites in seven.
All that is needed is a positive offset powered by a battery with a very low voltage of 5 to 10 volts. The zapper kills parasites and bacteria wherever the current reaches them. But it does not reach the eyes, appendix, testicles, inner ear bones. The current flows along the stomach or intestinal wall, not through its contents. It does not reach gallstones or living cells. The current does not flow evenly through the body. With regular zapping, the current passes mainly through our fluids, i.e. our lymphatic and vascular system, with a small fraction reaching all the organs and tissues of our body. Blood and lymph are the most important places to zap.
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Parasites can be killed at a avery low voltage. But only if the voltage is 100% positive offset and if the voltage is changed several times. If the variable voltage becomes negative, even momentarily, it supports and maintains their life. The image below of the zapper output on an oscilloscope shows the variable square wave voltage which stops at 0.25 Volt and therefore does not drop below 0 Volt.
What are the advantages of zapping with a positive offset ?
If the voltage is applied in pulses, to produce a “square” wave, it will affect many parasites at once so that the pulse frequency, called frequency, is not critical. Although these small animals may have a “killer frequency” (“frequency that kills”), this rate need not be known or used when a square wave of electricity, which is totally positive, is used.
Why did Dr Clark choose the 30 kHz frequency to zap him ?
When a high-frequency alternating voltage was applied to a human being, using hand electrodes, and the current was measured, it could be seen that the higher the frequency, the greater the current.
At about 30,000 cycles per second, the current starts to decrease, which shows that the resistance increases.
The application of a frequency of 30 KHz at a voltage of about 5 volts can be felt by all parts of the body. A probe of a frequency meter picks up this frequency at any location. But some places have a much weaker signal than others. The current is obviously not uniform throughout the body.
People with inflammation in the body can often “feel” the zapper at that location, suggesting that this is a low-resistance path, too, for the 30 KHz zapper current. Inflamed areas are negatively charged regions. The negative charges would be pulled to the positive electrode of the zapper in 30,000 small jerks per second.
Therefore, a frequency of about 30 KHz (30,000 cycles per second) was chosen for the zapper, because it maximizes the current with regular zapping. But other frequencies may prove particularly useful as research progresses.
Side effects of the clark zapper
There are no side effects, since the zapper is powered by a 9-volt battery. This voltage is too low to harm you. In her book: “Clark says she found no effect on blood pressure, alertness or body temperature. It never produced pain, although it often stopped instantly.
Only if you’re pregnant or have a pacemaker, you shouldn’t zap, as these situations have not yet been explored. Children as young as eight months of age have been zapped with no noticeable side effects. For them, you must weigh the possible benefits against the unknown risks.
Advantages of the clark zapper
The elimination of parasites, bacteria, viruses and fungi. A positive electrical force that pulses up and down and also energizes white blood cells to attack parasitic enemies, toxins, bacteria, all despite their five blocking immunities: benzene, PCBs, metals, dyes and asbestos. For a while, the white blood cells turn into Super White Blood Cells. That’s why Dr. Clark recommends eight hours of zapping a day for patients until they are well.
The obstacles of the zapper
When an organ is saturated with a liquid insulator, such as PCBs, benzene, motor oil and wheel bearing grease, they do not allow the current to pass easily through the skin or into an organ. Cancer victims are particularly full of insulators (The zapper plate can overcome this barrier to insulation).
Different methods of zapping with Dr. Clark’s Zapper device
Regular zapping with standard program
An initial seven-minute zapping is followed by a 20-30 minute break. During this time, bacteria and viruses are released by the dying parasites and begin to invade you. Each parasite has its own bacterial and viral leakage. The second seven-minute session is designed to kill these newly released viruses and bacteria. Once again, viruses are released, this time by the dying bacteria. The third session kills the last viruses released. A fourth and fifth session can also be very beneficial in eliminating the “prion proteins” that are released from the killed Salmonella bacteria.
Independence of frequency. Any frequency positively shifted kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites simultaneously under sufficient voltage (5 to 10 volts, a duration of seven minutes and a frequency of 10 Hz to 500,000 Hz). Passes mainly through the fluids of our body, the lymphatic and blood system. The Varizapper is ideal for standard zapping.
Regular zapping with duration program
Very sick people would zap for several hours and the better they became.So it is possible to zap continuously until they are well, that is, non-stop all day long for a week or more.
Every living thing has its own frequency. Frequency zapping is frequency dependent. Based on homeopathic principles, the frequency of the pathogen is used. In this way, this way of zapping is aimed at one or more specific frequencies.
Frequency zapping kills a range of parasites clustered around the chosen frequency and at several locations. In addition, some organs are unreachable, frequency zapping is a targeted means of zapping and it can penetrate more easily into internal organs. Varigamma is ideal for targeting a particular parasite.