Zappers using frequency effects
The original 30klHz zapper using tiny direct current to work, can only do so where the current flows:
Human salty fluids, such as blood and lymph, are excellent paths.
The intestinal tract, lungs, inside the eyeball, testes, … are places where the current cannot flow easily : The
hollow organs are very well protected against the action of currents.
The basic 30kHz zapper is a great tool, but not a panacea.
IT HAS ITS LIMITS
On the other hand, when a frequency is used (instead of a current), the electromagnetic field goes though the
entire body, creating mechanical vibrations and tiny currents .
Hollow organ or solid organs doesn’t matter any more.
The problem is that, to act, frequency generator and target must have exactly the same frequency, often inside
The frequencies at which the tiny microbes react are very high, well regulated by Law (Radio Frequency) and very
expensive to produce, compared to the easy built zapper.
Here, some properties of frequencies will come into play:
A square or rectangular wave (VERY fast rising front, VERY fast falling front, instead of a smooth, rounded,
sinusoidal shape), has integer multiples of the fundamental frequency: The famous harmonics.
These harmonics have a working power inversely proportional to their rank.
153th harmonic has much less working power that 3rd harmonic.
At some point, the harmonic lacks power to dispatch the parasites at their resonant frequency.
What is that limit? Nobody knows (officially).
Does this system works? No scientific or medical evidence. Yet the users, by the empirical use of frequencies in the
audible range, are very satisfied by results ...
When using frequencies, why 30kHz doesn’t work, and 2.5kHz does?
An interesting case : the 2.5kHz
This frequency is quite popular.
It is used when 30kHz seems to act too slowly.
Often offered because of a "better penetration", (I don't buy this idea, see why bellow), it is often used when
30kHz is "not working".
There is maybe another explanation, which remains to be proved :
At this frequency, the capacitive effect of the skin begins to increase the overall impedance (Xc = 1/2piFrC) and the
current through the skin reduces significantly, because of the capacitive impedance, compared to 30kHz. But ...
The effect of harmonics is such that the 31th harmonic has 31 times less "signal" that the main frequency, the 47th
harmonic, has 47 times less signal, and so on.
30kHz has high energy, but odd harmonics will be 60kHz apart, missing most of the pathogen frequencies.
If you have Influenza A or B (313.35kHz to 323.90kHz), 30kHz will miss it. You should have used instead a
frequency between 28.486kHz and 29.386kHz, where the 11th harmonic could reach it.
With a 555 zapper using 5% resistors and 20% capacitors, you have good chances to miss it anyway, hitting
something else, if it is there...
On the other hand, 2.5kHz will have (whatever its precision) much closer harmonics (5kHz nominal)
We will hit much more pathogen frequencies, at random.
But if we are targeting a precise frequency, with a (+/-) 25% precision, we have little chances to hit it too.
If there is enough energy remaining with this lower frequency, then its work on MOR could be very interesting.
In theory, I will say : “Maybe yes, maybe not”
In practice, I have to say : “Mmm, according to its popularity, seems to work…”
Perhaps, after all, 2.5kHz is a lucky coincidence for a happy compromise between
"powerful enough" and "close enough", with all its harmonics, as resonant frequency!
* When we want to use a zapper with MOR frequencies, 30kHz is a poor performer, even if remaining energy is
2.5kHz will work much better, even if results could vary from one zapper to the other (even when "identical")
* 2.5kHz could perform better when 30kHz doen't work fast enough, but its action is not very reliable
* Remenber that the 2.5kHz zapper works too with the "basic zapper's effect", frequency effect being an
Having 30kHz is good. Having 30kHz AND 2.5kHz is better.
Note : Using nominal frequencies, I searched how many times 30kHz had a hit on odd harmonics, with a precision
of 0.1% on frequency, using the pathogen frequency list :
I found 4 hits with 30kHz
With 2.5kHz, I stopped counting after 83...
Is 2.5kHz the best frequency for a zapper working in frequency?
It depends of your goal and target.
Lets take two examples :
1_ Your goal and target is to get rid of a particulat problem : Influenza A
Hulda Clark’s chart gives a direct frequency of 313kHz to 324kHz (center : 320kHz).
This direct frequency in sinusoidal shape is the best choice : Maximum power at this frequency.
No need for a zapper (direct current)
2.5kHz, square wave will hit 317.5 at its 127th harmonic, with 1/127 the power of the direct frequency. It will hit
322.5kHz at its 119th harmonic with 1/129 the power of the direct frequency. Precision requested : 0.4%
If you use around 1kHz, you will have more hits (5 odd harmonics), but less power (1/320) The question will be :
Is this power enough to do the job?
Is the precision good enough to hit this frequency?
2_ You want to maximize the number of efficient hits with frequency, generally speaking.
* 2.5kHz seems to work well (for many)
* Hits are quite high, compared to 30kHz
* 1kHz will make even more hits, but will it be strong enough?
* 10kHz will be more strong (4x) than 2.5kHz, but hits will be reduced, compared to 2.5kHz.
If we want to increase the chance to get rid of a LOT of parasites at the same time, the lower the frequency, the
higher the number of hits. But the power will be dramatically reduced too.
At a given frequency, it will be not sufficient power to do the job.
2.5kHz seems to still work well. Does 2.0kHz still works? Or 1kHz? Or 15Hz?
Bets are open!
If you want to reach a particular parasite, you will need high accuracy (Expensive!)
And the certainty that the frequency in question is the right frequency for this pathogen.
The frequencies found by Dr. Clark seem to work, and those reported as Rife also work, but not all the times ...
Do you know someone having the resources and the willing to carry out these experiments, searching best
Will he look credible enough (and be bullet proof protected) against attacks from the outside world?
I have not yet found this Messiah. Do you?
A compromise between price, spread of action, hitting a maximum of pathogen frequencies could maybe exist with
a technical trick : The sweep frequency
What about Rife frequencies?
Royal Raymond Rife has achieved remarkable results with his MOR (1930 ...)
His work has been vandalized so much that we do only have a few original documentation :
On all the frequencies found by Rife (over 50) for micro-organisms, only 26 are in the public domain now.
The rest seems to be in “private interests”.
As used today, the Rife frequencies are sub-harmonic audio frequencies with questionable relation with the
You can recognize the influence of Rife (or Crane) in a zapper when you see these frequencies:
20Hz, 728Hz, 784/787Hz, 800Hz, 880Hz, 2000Hz, 5000Hz, 10000Hz and other "exotic" frequencies.
Even 2.5kHz seems to have some affiliation with Rife : 4th harmonic of 2.5kHz = 10kHz; 2nd harmonic of 2.5kHz =
I see three major problems with these frequencies:
1_ There is little guarantee that they are still directly linked to original frequencies.
2_ Even in this case, the required accuracy is far away from those obtained with current zappers.
Odds are you will easily fall outside of the aimed frequency, the one working for you.
3_ A single frequency targets a single parasite. How do you know which one is the good one?
All these frequencies work with sine waves at direct frequencies, or with square waves at sub-harmonic
What about 15Hz and 4Hz?