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Re: Zappers

> Everyone who claims that all frequencies are the same is basically saying the R.R. Rife is full of ?#@%$#. Certain frequencies are better for certain problems.

That is not true. I currently believe that with the possible exception of higher penetration power (which I'm still testing for -- seems promising), all positive offset frequencies work the same. As I understand it, Rife frequencies are not positive offset and need to be fine-tuned to hit the proper pathogens. Does that mean he was full of baloney? Of course not. Not to me. He was an experimental researcher who made valuable observations and contributions to science. It is unfortunate that the medical community rejected them, as they have (so far) the works of Hulda Clark .

Dr. Clark also used a specific-frequency zapping effect on parasites exclusively at the time of her 1988 book, The Cure For All Cancers. Then in 1994 she discovered positive offset (by accident), which totally changed much about her work. Now the majority of pathogens (the unshielded ones, as she describes them) can be zapped in just 61 minutes rather than more like 24 hours. It's not because of a harmonic resonance, but by a totally new (and not that well understood) method.

I'll also note that augmentation footpads and copper hand-holds are easy to attach to any zapper with alligator clips, including the $10 zapper. If you want an extra positive terminal it's a simple matter of clipping a 3-foot (maybe longer for portability) clip-lead to the positive alligator clip, and the other end to the foot electrode. I will test these suggestions and pass them on if they appear to help me.

We are all experimental researchers here, validating and analyzing each others findings. It's okay to be skeptical and it's okay to be open-minded. You just have to be willing to try things out, sometimes as much to disprove them as prove them. And sometimes the disproof doesn't work so you lose your skepticism :)

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