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FREE Hulda Clark Zapper Plans FAQ
What's A Zapper?A "Zapper" is a very simple electrical device that turns the electrical flow of a 9-volt battery (or other power source) off and on at regular intervals. Also called a "Parasite Zapper", it's name stems from a statement made by Dr. Hulda Clark in her book "The Cure For All Diseases" that any 9-volt (nominal) positive-offset pulsed current can kill all the parasites in the human body in 7 minutes. To quote from her website,
... Any positively offset [DC] frequency kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites simultaneously given sufficient voltage (5 to 10 volts), duration (seven minutes), and frequency (anything from 10 Hz to 500'000 Hz). (source)
What's the difference between yours and the one in the book?Most sites that try to sell you one for $50-100+ will say that it's the "original design" by Hulda Clark's son, Geoffrey. This simply goes to show how little they really know about electronics. A multivibrator like my free electronic circuit schematic can be built for just a few dollars in parts and (with practice) a few minutes labor. And it's much simpler, less expensive, and more energy efficient than the original Clark version. Since it meets all the criteria specified by Dr. Clark in her book, the bottom line is that the battery will last longer (about three times longer) and costs you less.
Do I have parasites?According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,
Parasites that infect humans are much more widespread than most people realize. These diseases affect not only poverty-stricken peoples in remote areas of the world, but they also can be important health problems for both rich and poor throughout the world, including the United States. (Parasitic Roundworm Diseases, NIAID Fact Sheet)According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition,
It is estimated that from 2 to 4 million cases of salmonellosis occur in the U.S. annually.If you check out the sources to those quotes, you'll find that they are barely scratching the surface. If 1% of the US population gets salmonellosis in each year, that leaves the average person about a 50% chance of getting it within their lifetime. Check out HealthFinder.gov search for Parasitic Diseases for more information.
Does the Zapper kill parasites?That is a question I would certainly like to see answered in a controlled laboratory environment. However, laboratories are expensive. And most medical laboratories are owned by big drug companies, who have a vested interest in people being sick enough to need their drugs. So I figure that the solution is to make sure anyone who wants one can test it on themselves. Then, when enough people get positive results from it, someone with a lab will do the research. (I personally believe it works!)
Just be aware, though, that there are many people who doubt Hulda Clark's theories. I personally believe she has made a real discovery, but she probably also has some errors in her books. For example, she says that the cause of cancer is a certain intestinal fluke, which particular species is apparently found only in the Orient. See Quackwatch's critique of Hulda Clark for more info. (Quackwatch holds that almost all alternative treatments are "quackery", which I disagree with very strongly.)
Can it be used it on pets?The Zapper is certainly safe to experiment with on pets, to the best of our knowledge. Hulda Clark recommends using it on pets. The pet may be held in the person's lap, or the Zapper electrodes attached to a harness. If this works for your pet, please let us know so we can put a testimonial on our site. (Pets are fairly immune to the "Placebo Effect", so this would be of great value.) Be sure to tell your fellow pet owners about it, as it could save them a lot.
How about Mad Cow Disease and Hoof And Mouth Disease?Hulda Clark believes strongly enough in the Zapper to call it the "Cure For All Diseases", so I would say it's possible that it could help. I live in the US, and don't have any test subjects nearby, so I don't have any personal experience in the matter. However, it would certainly be worth a try. With a little ingenuity, the Zapper could easily be attached to some kind of a harness for a cow. And it would certainly be more economical (not to mention humane) than current methods for controlling these diseases.
Are there any risks associated with Zapping?I read on usenet that some people have reportedly received burns from using Zappers, but this would not be possible with our low-current Zappers, which only use a 9-volt battery. Besides, anything on usenet tends to be questionable anyway. Also, there is a warning in Hulda Clark's book advising pregnant women and persons wearing pacemakers against using the Zapper. The reason for this should be obvious. Pacemakers, being electrical in nature, may be upset by the Zapper. And pregnancy is a delicate condition that could potentially be upset by the Zapper, though there are no known cases of this.
Has it worked for you?Recently I tried it out when I had a cold, which hit some family members pretty hard. The results were positive. By the day after next it had subsided nearly back to normal. I think I may have caught it back, but it was weaker the second time -- just a little throat-clearing, which is normal for me anyway.
Who runs this site?I (Luke Parrish) do for the most part. However, members of my family help out a lot. My dad especially, who designed the Zapper plans in the first place. (Thanks dad!) I'm 17 years old and my current goal is to help my family get out of debt and give my dad some time to invent. So our nominal assembly fees go to a good cause.
Will you be putting up plans for other devices soon?Probably. My dad has let on that he has some other similar ideas with potential. Some possible additions are: A colloidal silver generator, a Tesla coil, a solar battery recharger, and many more things. The main limiting factor is how much time my dad and I have to devote to this kind of thing.
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