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Re: Looking to buy a zapper, Can anyone help me GETTING STARTED
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Re: Looking to buy a zapper, Can anyone help me GETTING STARTED

Hi, I put in a title, Getting Started, for all those who may be new to zapping and will try not to write a book here. Dr Clark's models are a great place to start. Why? Because they are not 'cheap' machines but well crafted. Cheap machines may not deliver enough voltage to the skin, inhibiting current and signal flow. Cheap machines' square and sine waves are usually poor quality too. One does not want to fool around with devices that are connected to our bodies to do us well. With Dr Clark models at, you get a good quality device with good contacts. Wrist bands do work, but I replace most wire with my own and silver contacts. Learn to use these machines, get a voltmeter, and more if you can like an oscilliscope, syncrometer...
If not, get the veterans helping, or go to their dated postings, there is much information there. Eventually, you may want to get a mini-FG or even an RSG or FSCAN-II, they are great devices. I took out my Lyme disease with a mini. As you gain experience, get a frequency list of Rife, Crane, Hoyland, Bare... You can make your own contacts with real silver dimes, use the device local, etc. ALWAYS, get on a pure water regiment. Structured water if possible. What ever parasites are getting knocked off, you need to wash them out!

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