Question Hulda Clark zapper

27 Jan 2012 12:16 - 27 Jan 2012 12:38 #11025 by Still Learning
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I wish i was an electrical brain lol.......... hopeless - look at the diagrams and it is worse than chinese!


Hi Lulu, Here's a link that might help you and others to understand schematics. I know it's certainly helping me. :)

www.free-energy-info.com/Chapter12.pdf

It was just the sort of "Electronics for Dummies" tutorial that I've needed for a long time; but, hadn't found before. (The rest of the FREE e-book is GREAT, too! Do NOT try to print it out, though; since, it's 1,200+ pages. If you're into alternative energy, you'll find it a useful addition to your e-library!) The link for that is: www.free-energy-info.com
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27 Jan 2012 12:46 #11029 by Still Learning
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Just a thought - there seems to be a real rift between those who likeHulda's work and those who like Bob's.........


I see 3 reasons for this:
1) It's sort of human nature to think that personal preference somehow correlates to correctness. We see it a lot in car preferences/prejudices, the PC vs. Mac debate, etc.
2) Different people have different reasons for using them and different metabolisms and contributing factors.
3) The mind/body connection can influence outcomes. Some people attribute this to purely psychological factors; but, it's my opinion that it goes much deeper than that, with spiritual and physiological factors being far more significant components.
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30 Jan 2012 04:30 #11229 by polski
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Hi Still Learning !

You got that right in your last post ! Beck's zapper is like "MAC" vs Hulda's "PC". LOL.
I recommend "MAC" for sure...


"Share what you know. Lighting another candle doesn't dim your own!"
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30 Jan 2012 07:45 #11234 by paul
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I saved my gall bladder by using a zapper, but found that its efficacy is marginal. It's nothing more than an electronic switch that turns the power on and off about 25,000 times a second - half time on, half time off. One of the problems is that it only has a 9v battery. I used an 18v wall wart adapter to increase it. Another problem is skin resistance inhibiting penetration. Reading the DMSO article that Michael posted a day or so ago, it is reported that DMSO reduces skin resistance to 10% of normal. I haven't tried zapping with it yet, but will in the future.
Years ago, I read of a rancher in OZ who cured himself of cancer doing zapping by holding on to an electric fence! You're in OZ , are you not, Lulu? :>).
In spite of the shortcomings of the zapper, Hulda Clark's work with the syncrometer identified a great many of the pathogens and pollutants causing dis-ease and dispelled many mythical notions about dis-eases 'running in the family'. The problems weren't inherited, but passed from one family member to another as well as from pets, carpets, upholstery, favourite junk foods, gas leaks, mercury tooth fillings, metal plumbing and more. There's no doubt in my mind about the truth of her findings. One of her recommendations was to go to the outback to heal, spending as much time as possible outside in the fresh air, away from pollutants. 'Cure for all Diseases' I find to be an excellent reference book.

Posted from my donated pc running lightning fast Ubuntu 11.04. :>)

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30 Jan 2012 21:19 #11265 by Lulu
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Thanks to everyone who has added to this question......... am downloading the free energy ebook as i type and going over reading the other posts too. regarding the zappers, I have one made on Hulda's design that I bought a good 18 years ago, used for a bit and then forgot about. We have resurrected it in the past couple of months and resolved to use it daily after our initial week long stint.

Maybe had i not forgotten I had it I might have avoided the issues I deal with now - who knows:) But my question initially was because i wanted to get one for my daughter and so thought it prudent to see what others thought about these things. Sometimes I think the wireless mouse i use has as much zapping power as anything!

I ordered a Bob Clark zapper and will go pick it up from the post office today......... I guess maybe we might swap them over to use and see if we feel any different with either. I think that without some kind of real time blood anlyser it is difficult to work out. Am working on the theory that everything has to help:) Couldn't get anymore laid back lifestyle-wise .......... we live in bush but close enough for town to be accessible without too much trouble.

So this was just to thank you all who went to the trouble of entering the conversation and i am sure also that much of the info will be of interest to many others.
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12 May 2013 15:54 #33107 by dieS04254
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The http://www.drhuldaclark.org/ Legacy documentary video includes several health care professionals. Some of them are featured on this website. Please feel free to contact them.

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