I want to warn the persons who are fascinated about zappers but don't know what they can or can't do.
I have tried most zappers on the market and there is a lot of hype and no so much effectiveness.
Zappers can indeed help to kill some kind of worms in some parts of the body. And against small organisms like bacterias they are probably effective.
But zappers can't kill all kind of worms in all parts of the body, and they can be dangerous in some cases.
There are parts of the body where the current can't go, because of its constitution or because of an obstruction or because it is hollow.
If you are infected with a kind of worm who can move in others parts of the body, be very cautious with the use of a zapper.
When you use a zapper and the current does not kill the worm but only disturb it, then the worm will move to another part of the body where there is no current or less current.
By using the electrodes on the hands and the feet only, the head area (the brain, the scalp, the sinuses, the ears, the eyes, and some lymph nodes) is a perfect hiding places for them.
The only way i have found to kill the worms in the head area (and in all parts of the body) is the use of herbs in large amounts, not zappers. Zappers are efficient to kill warts and to entertain the worms, (and maybe to kill some lazy worms who have the bad luck to be in the path of the current) but that's all.
Trust me, it is not easy to fall asleep when you feel worms moving in your brain and sinuses and biting your head.
Fortunately some herbs are effective even in these areas. That's what has been used during thousand of years, and that's what i recommend until some genius really create an efficient zapper. For now don't waste your time and money with this. You can buy hue amount of fresh herbs or dried herbs for the price of most zappers.
If one zapper seller has something to say about this, i am listening...
>- By using the electrodes on the hands and the feet only, the head area (the brain, the scalp, the sinuses, the ears, the eyes, and some lymph nodes) is a perfect hiding places for them.
Agreed, the absolute best method is using a 4 point contact system with 3 points positive and only one negative contact. Doing it this way would, at least theoretically, cause an migration to be toward the hand with the negative contact. On the next cycle, switching the electrodes from one hand to the other would get any organisms that accumulated near the area where the previous negative electrode was concentrated. Also, switching hands can confuse their migration efforts. This method should also help keep parasites from traveling to the head area as it is more positive than the hand with the negative electrode.
I have known of a few users with Toxoplasma ( which concentrates in the brain ) to report success with this method, giving an indication that the brain can be reached without applying energy directly to the head.
Again, the important thing about using footpads and paddles together is that 3 points must be positive rather than having 2 negatives which some sellers provide due to not understanding the dynamics of zapping.
Another aspect that is important is getting the exact right frequencies applied which is one reason that many zappers are not as effective. They are too general purpose and not specific enough. This is where multimode, multifrequency zappers may be better, but not perfect as of yet. Expect to see some new improved zappers in the near future.
The limit of the zapper in its current state is that it relies on electricity and so conductiveness of the material.
The best illustration of how the current travels in the body is to look at a lightning photo : many small paths and one big path.
Even if you put electrodes on the head, you won't be able to use enough intensity without risking to damage the brain, the nervous system, the eyes, the ears.
With any combinations, the head area remains a place where parasites can hide because you won't be able to use enough intensity without possible side effects. (i have had my sight becomes white with the eyes wide open when putting an electrode on the skin of the forehead.)
Maybe an electromagnetic device is the solution for this limit, but this will require a lot of power !
Keep researching parazapper, i am for this tech even if it is not ready yet.
>- The best illustration of how the current travels in the body is to look at a lightning photo : many small paths and one big path.
I do not find this to be true and there is a good reason. A lightening bolt is instantaneous as the electricity involved dissipates in fractions of microseconds or even much quickly, although the image appears to last longer than that. The electrical signals produced by the zapper at audio frequency lasts much longer, on the order or milliseconds or longer which allows the potential to equalize over a large area. I have monitored the signal at points all across the body and the signal does not follow narrow tracks as suggested by the lightning theory presented.
In regards to the head area, By measuring at numerous points across the head, it can be seen that the amplitude of the signal will run between 45 percent and 55 percent of the amplitude found at the point of contact of the positive electrode when the two electrodes are held in the hands.
>- i have had my sight becomes white with the eyes wide open when putting an electrode on the skin of the forehead
This is not a good thing in my opinion. While I advise against such, I have used the electrodes on my forehead and in the temple area to zap skin cancer. The brightening that I found was only with my eyes closed. Even that is not good over a period of time.
I do not know if it will ever be safe to apply zapping directly to the brain so anyone should use caution when this is an area of concern.
As a note, Dr. Robert O. Becker discussed the use of small electrical voltages to induce a state of anesthesia which means that applying a voltage from the frontal area to the posterior base of the skull could theoretically cause passing out or even coma. On the other hand, applying the correct voltage in such a manner might be able to reverse a coma.
In regards to where the signal from a zapper might reach, I have zapped abscessed teeth and zapped my sinuses with no problems. If the signal from the zapper can reach the root of a tooth, inside of a cavity in the jaw bone, and if the signal can reach into the sinus area inside of the skull, then it should be able to reach most anywhere.
There are many other potential aspects to consider and there is yet a lot of studying to be done.
I think that it is more important to keeping the head area slightly positive to discourage the migration of parasites to that area and encouraging them away to a remote extremity such as a hand or foot.
Perhaps the solution might be placing a 5th electrode on the area of the jaw might prevent migration to the head area.
The four point system doesn't work because the frequency from the positive connection is evenly distributed between the foot plates and the hand held copper, which makes the them weak. Think about that.
I would rather have one strong frequency in my hand than taking that same frequency and sharing it between 3 points.
Even if this wasn't so David is still right they can and do hide in other parts of the body.
>- the frequency from the positive connection is evenly distributed between the foot plates and the hand held copper, which makes the them weak
What zapper have you tried this with? Almost everyone who uses the ParaZapper CCa, CC1, or UZI models reports a stronger signal with the 4 point contact system. Actually, a significantly stronger signal exists when the right zapper and connections are used.
>- Think about that
I have spent a large part of the last 8 years studying that and the survey responses from over 100 users say that you are not correct.
Let me give an example:
Of the users who did not use paddles and footpads when zapping for bladder infections, only 50 percent showed better than 50 percent improvement. Whereas, of those who used both paddles and footpads, 100 percent reported better than 50 percent improvement. Significant difference.
Those with IBS/olitis showed better results when using paddles and augmentation pads.
I have tried over 20 different zappers and a number of different electrodes combinations over almost the past 12 years. I do not know of anyone who has spent as much time and effort studing this as I have. I do not claim to know everything and probably never will but I do know that if someone tells me that they are getting a weaker signal when using augmentation pads with paddles, I am certain that they need to check things out because either their zapper is too weak for some reason or there is some other interference.
>- Even if this wasn't so David is still right they can and do hide in other parts of the body.
Not saying that this is not possible because I know that it can happen, but I will say that using the right technique and setup makes a big difference. I know this because it does not always happen.
I love analogies and parabolas: A man bought a new Rambler and after pushing to its limit, returned to say that cars could not go over 100 miles per hour, the man who owned an Opal agreed with him and further stated that cars could not climb steep hills. The man who only drove an Edsel claimed that cars could not get more than 8 or 9 miles to a gallon of gasoline.
:^) My old Saturn has gotten 47 mpg and I am not going to say how fast it can go. :^)
I do not use a zappicator because I have not found one that works yet. Made a couple of them on my own that did not work either. The principle is flawed in my opinion. A pulser should work far better.
I always hold the negative / ground electrode ( green wire ) in one of my hands, away from and not touching any other part of my body. I then take the positive electrode ( red wire ) and place it near the gum line of the affected jaw ( upper jaw below the cheek bone for the sinus area ) and zap, swapping the paddles between hands on alternate cycles, always avoiding touching anywhere but the hands with the green paddle.
I have had amazing results most of the time but at least once needed the assistance of antibiotics. Even then the zapper made things clear up much faster.