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The Zapper!

ZAPPER BASICS

Zapping means electrocuting pathogens

Dr. Clark invented the technique of selectively electrocuting small organisms in our body after having understood that they emit radio waves and specific frequencies.

For years Dr. Clark used a frequency generator to "zap" one pathogen after another. This was very time-consuming.

In 1994 her son built a hand held, battery operated, and accurate frequency generator. The purpose was to kill the intestinal fluke. To her surprise she noticed that this battery-operated zapper killed all pathogens without having to set a specific frequency.
This is how the ZAPPER was born.

The ZAPPER is a therapy device. It does not search for things in the body like the Syncrometer, instead it gets rid of them.

The ZAPPER "electrocutes" small pathogens such as parasites, bacteria, viruses, fungus and other toxins. It does not need to have a specific frequency to do this, as it is, contrary to a frequency generator, frequency-independent. It does however need to be:

  1. battery-operated
  2. positive offset at all times

 

 

 

The ZAPPER also has another function, It reactivates our white blood cells so that they can go on an "invader hunt" on their own and kill them.

Many people when they start to get to know the Clark protocol are confused when it comes to devices and some worry that they will not be able to use them.

The ZAPPER is very easy to use. Just press the ON button.

Professional zappers have an incorporated timer that shut off automatically when the zapper session is done. They may contain various pre-programmed zapper programs, shut off automatically when the recommended voltage is not reached and other options.

 

You will then attach the zapper through its electrodes to either wetted wristbands that you can put around your wrists, around your ankles or around your feet or as Dr. Clark had her patients zap, with handles put under their feet. Carbon handles are very effective for this. They are highly ecological, very conducive and therefore you do not need to put a wet kitchen paper towel around it and they do not cause any irritation of the skin, whereas this might happen to some people by using the wristbands. You can also construct your own zapper. Dr. Clark gave instructions on how to do this in her books. It is however very important that you have it checked with an oscilloscope to assure that it stays in the positive offset at all times, for should it sink into the negative for a split of a second, it will be sustaining the life of the pathogens.

Some people that read our website, contact us saying : "I want the device that kills cancer". It is true that many have had success using the Zapper alone, but please bear in mind that the Zapper is part of Dr. Clark's protocol, it should be used together with the cleanses and cleanups.

Side-effects from Zapping? Dr. Clark said not to zap if you wear a pace-maker and if you are pregnant. It is also a good idea to take digestive enzymes after zapping as these will eat up the refuse left off by dying parasites and pathogens.

Read more on zapping under the subheading: "All you need to know about the zapper"

Do not zap if you wear a pacemaker or if you are pregnant.

Copyright notice – Excerpts taken from Dr. Clark's : "The Cure for all Diseases" Book

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