The zappicator and the magnetic polarization of food
Fruits and vegetables, leaves and flowers, even nuts and grains are polarized to the north when freshly picked or purchased. Indoors, where the seeds are located, the polarization is south.
When the soft parts begin to age and wilt and deteriorate within a week of being stored in the refrigerator, the north polarization shifts to the south! This happens gradually. For example, a large bunch of grapes will within a few days have one part that is completely facing south, the wrinkled part, while others are still completely north (the freshest). The seed does not change its polarization.
Dr. Clark’s conclusion is that we were supposed to eat food polarized to the north, with just a little food to the south in the form of seeds. Yet most of the food we eat, even refrigerated food, has turned at least partly south. We have an overdose of south polarized food and water. That’s why I recommend we zap our food with the zappicator, especially when we are sick. Available through this link, we will see the benefits and advantages of zappicator.
Water and the zappicator
Water that is simply zapped receives electrical energy, just a voltage printed on it. We know from bottle copying that water can contain many, many frequencies of electrical energy. Food and our bodies are mainly made up of water. Is it the same in food? Such research is sorely needed.
Food that is simply placed in a magnetic field has magnetic forces imprinted on it. We can see this by making water polarized to the north and south.
Electric energy even generates magnetic energy and vice versa, so we always receive a dose of both, even if only one kind is applied. This too requires much more research in our bodies and in our food.
A third form of energy is physical, because our ears can feel when air pressure waves reach them. Here we know that frequency is very important because it produces different sounds. Our ears only hear sound when the frequency is below 20,000 Hz.
What is the food zappicator ?
The zappicator is a breadboard containing an electromagnet attached to a zapper. In this way, the electromagnet releases its own magnetic field that pushes a diaphragm back and forth to create a physical effect at the same frequency. The zappicator combines the 3 types of energy mentioned above and delivers them at the same frequency. Fortunately, Dr. Clark found no evidence that “good molecules” such as vitamins and organic minerals were affected.
Functions of the zappicator
The zappicator changes the angle of the light that passes through each food molecule further to the left if an amino acid is zapped. The d-amino acids are thus transformed into l-amino acids.
Remember that the body considers d-amino acids as allergens; it uses only the L-form itself. The food is improved, less allergenic, before it is eaten.
Of course, changes can occur after eating it. It could revert to a d-shape in a southern area.
It changes the polarisation of the food to the north, if the north side of the magnet faces the food. The food has been made “fresher”.
It can destroy: eggs and parasite stages, bacteria and viruses, prions in dairy products and meats, phloridzin, the pituitary destructive chemical, chlorogenic acid, apiol, phenol, D-phenylalanine, D-mannitol, gallic acid and yeast spores.
Benzene is oxidized to phenol, at least in trace amounts. The PCBs disappear, probably slightly modified, an important step, however. Phenolic food antigens disappear
Finally, the food seems to taste better. Maybe we can taste the change of amino acids from d- to l-amino acids l- to l-amino acids or alpha to beta forms or sugars from L- to D-.
Zap the food for 10 minutes.
Zap eggs and dairy products for 15 minutes or more.
Check the polarity of your zappicator with a compass once a week. Some magnets can change their polarity when heated, dropped or wet.