(Hypothetical) Effect of Frequencies (4/5)
MULTIPLE FREQUENCIES AND SWEEP FREQUENCY

So far, the general trend has been to use lower frequencies than the original 30kHz.

A new trend is emerging with hand held zappers :
The increasing number of frequencies available in a zapper.

A zapper using a 555 needs to change some component values to change its frequency. Using a selector, up to 3
frequencies can be easily built.  More than 3 becomes a headache increasing the price.

Adding a variable frequency control to a zapper using a 555 will give you more choice, but no more precision : 1%
max.
Without the use of a frequency meter , this control giving a 10% of accuracy, is silly .  And the frequency meter will
add so much to the price, that this arrangement is not viable for a simple zapper.

With the proliferation of “cheap” zappers, using a micro-controller, the overall figure is changing. This trend,
popularized by Maestro-Zapper and its MZ5 (Not produced any more) and MZ3 andMZ6 versions, will certainly
spread, with the help of competition.
To my knowledge, Maestro-Zapper has 5 models using affordable  micro-controller zappers. 
Parazapper has also jumped on this trend, and others will follow.

The precision obtained is less than 1%, and can go as high as 0.01% with the use of a crystal clock, and programs
allows an increase of the number of resonant frequencies available.

To mention only these two manufacturers, the CCI of Parazapper offers 9 different frequencies divided into 4
programs.  Other similar zappers had been added to their line of products.

The MZ3b of Maestro-Zapper, offers 5 different programs, using 6 “frequencies”. Two of these "frequencies" are
actually sweep frequencies.

One of these sweep runs on 64 different frequencies around the popular 2.5kHz.

Another sweep runs on 255 different frequencies, between 8kHz and 16kHz, producing countless harmonics each.


Sweep Frequency

Dr. Clark has used this technique (sweep frequency) before finding the wide effect of direct current.
p. 14 of his book TCFAD:
In 1993 my son joined me Jeoffrey and we tried a new approach. He programmed a frequency generator
emitted by all parsites, viruses and bacteria, 290kHz to 470kHz. It took about 3 minutes to cover each
1kHz. It was more effective, but this required ten hours of zapping.
Once again the results were disappointing.

Other tests have led to a zapping time of 26h non-stop

The idea of "spread" frequencies,  instead of targeting with precision only one, is in the air for some time, and yet,
no commercial zapper has explored this avenue with success. 10 hours for a zapping session is a long time!
And the supplement of price made it difficult to accept.

The situation is changing with the popular use of uC

On the other hand, if 2.5kHz has still enough energy to affect parasites, with only 7 minutes sessions, as practical
experience suggests, there is may be something to do. Especially with the large number of parasites affected by
harmonics, spaced at 5kHz with this 2.5kHz frequency!

Dr. Clark has used direct sinusoidal frequencies for 3 minutes each, spaced of 1kHz, to have a good coverage,
but total time was very long.

Maestro-Zapper uses square wave sub-harmonic frequencies, one after the other, in a constant roll.
Harmonics spread many pathogens simultaneously with each frequency.

If time is short (7 minutes, for example), the zapper will operate with only the basic effect of DC current.

If the exposure time is long (30 minutes or more - estimated), the continuous roll of sweeps (75 times per
second with 2.5kHz, 46 times per second with VF) finally work on all the parasites (or most of them, depending
on the band of the sweep).

Here is an example of a narrow frequency sweep, around 2.5kHz, like the one made by the Mz3c and MZ6
versions of Maestro-Zapper.


If we take the pathogen frequency chart of Dr Clark as reference, what is the relationship between a
“low” frequency, its harmonics, and the resonant frequency of a pathogen?

As an academic example, we will take the Influenza A & B (Flu A and B)
Low Frequency: 313 350Hz        High Frequency: 323 900Hz        Average frequency: 320 000Hz

First approximation with low frequency sweep "2500Hz"
Original frequency divided by the average of 2500Hz : 2475Hz (2424Hz to 2522Hz)
320000Hz: 2475Hz = 129.29 times or closest odd harmonic: 129
Harmonics 125 to 133 will be tried, to get an idea.  Only odd harmonics will be taken in account, even if the
elongated Duty Cycle of 93.5% used produces many odd and even harmonics.
We will consider here, only odd harmonics.

Low Limit: 313,350: 125 = 2506Hz         High Limit: 323,900: 125 = 2591Hz
Low Limit: 313,350: 127 = 2467Hz         High Limit: 323,900: 127 = 2543Hz
Low Limit: 313,350: 129 = 2429Hz         High Limit: 323,900: 129 = 2510Hz
Low Limit: 313,350: 131 = 2392Hz         High Limit: 323,900: 131 = 2472Hz
Low Limit: 313,350: 133 = 2356Hz         High Limit: 323,900: 133 = 2435Hz

Frequencies affecting the Flu pathogen:
Harmonic 125: Between 2506 and 2591 = 14 frequencies
2506  2508  2509  2511  2513  2514  2516  2517  2519  2520  2522  2524  2525  2527

Harmonic 127: Between 2467 and 2543 = 39 frequencies
2468  2469  2471  2472  2474  2475  2477  2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486  2488  2489 
2491  2492  2494  2495  2497  2498  2500  2502  2503  2505  2506  2508  2509  2511  2513 
2514  2516  2517  2519  2520  2522  2524  2525  2527

Harmonic 129: Between 2429Hz and 2510Hz: 54 frequencies
2429  2430  2432  2433  2435  2436  2438  2439  2441  2442  2443  2445  2446  2448  2449 
2451  2452  2454  2455  2457  2459  2460  2462  2463  2465  2466  2468  2469  2471  2472 
2474  2475  2477  2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486  2488  2489  2491  2492  2494  2495 
2497  2498  2500  2502  2503  2505  2506  2508  2509

Harmonic 131: Between 2392Hz and 2472Hz: 32 frequencies
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432  2433  2435  2436  2438  2439  2441  2442  2443  2445  2446 
2448  2449  2451  2452  2454  2455  2457  2459  2460  2462  2463  2465  2466  2468  2469 
2471  2472

Harmonic 133: Between 2399Hz and 2435Hz: 7 frequencies
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432  2433  2435

Note that some frequencies, as 2472Hz, or 2430Hz, or 2506Hz, hits the same pathogen band with many
harmonics, increasing efficiency.
A nominal total of 14+39+54+32+7 = 146 hits in a single scan of 64 frequencies!
Narrow sweep around 2.5kHz
33 frequencies from 2424Hz to 2522Hz

Let us make a similar calculation with Candida albicans
Low Limit: 384.2kHz        Upper limit: 388.4kHz        Average: 386kHz
386kHz / 2.475kHz = 155.9. Lets use harmonics 151, 153, 155, 157, 159, 161

Harmonic 151 == 2544 & 2572 ==> 0
Harmonic 153 == 2511 & 2538 ==> 11
2511  2513  2514  2516  2517  2519  2520  2522  2524  2525  2527
Harmonic 155 == 2478 & 2505 ==> 18
2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486  2488  2489  2491  2492  2494  2495  2497  2498  2500 
2502  2503  2505
Harmonic 157 == 2447 & 2473 ==> 17
2448  2449  2451  2452  2454  2455  2457  2459  2460  2462  2463  2465  2466  2468  2469 
2471  2472
Harmonic 159 == 2416 & 2442 ==> 12
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432  2433  2435  2436  2438  2439  2441  2442
Harmonic 161 == 2386 & 2412 ==> 0
Total of harmonics : 58 out of a total of 64 frequencies

Nominal frequencies generated
by the FV sweep frequency of
the MZ3b, between 8000Hz and
16000Hz, for a total of 255
frequencies. 

These frequencues are generated
by a pseudo-random frequency
generator.  This means in a
completely scrambled order...
Frequencies in Hz
7937   7952   7968   7984  
8000   8016   8032   8048  
8065   8081   8097   8114  
8130   8147   8163   8180  
8197   8214   8230   8247  
8264   8282   8299   8316  
8333   8351   8368   8386  
8403   8421   8439   8457  
8475   8493   8511   8529  
8547   8565   8584   8602  
8621   8639   8658   8677  
8696   8715   8734   8753  
8772   8791   8811   8830  
8850   8869   8889   8909  
8929   8949   8969   8989  
9009   9029   9050   9070  
9091   9112   9132   9153  
9174   9195   9217   9238  
9259   9281   9302   9324  
9346   9368   9390   9412  
9434   9456   9479   9501  
9524   9547   9569   9592  
9615   9639   9662   9685  
9709   9732   9756   9780  
9804   9828   9852   9877  
9901   9926   9950   9975  
10000  10025  10050  10076 
10101  10127  10152  10178 
10204  10230  10256  10283 
10309  10336  10363  10390 
10417  10444  10471  10499 
10526  10554  10582  10610 
10638  10667  10695  10724 
10753  10782  10811  10840 
10870  10899  10929  10959 
10989  11019  11050  11080 
11111  11142  11173  11204 
11236  11268  11299  11331 
11364  11396  11429  11461 
11494  11527  11561  11594 
11628  11662  11696  11730 
11765  11799  11834  11869 
11905  11940  11976  12012 
12048  12085  12121  12158 
12195  12232  12270  12308 
12346  12384  12422  12461 
12500  12539  12579  12618 
12658  12698  12739  12780 
12821  12862  12903  12945 
12987  13029  13072  13115 
13158  13201  13245  13289 
13333  13378  13423  13468 
13514  13559  13605  13652 
13699  13746  13793  13841 
13889  13937  13986  14035 
14085  14134  14184  14235 
14286  14337  14388  14440 
14493  14545  14599  14652 
14706  14760  14815  14870 
14925  14981  15038  15094 
15152  15209  15267  15326 
15385  15444  15504  15564 
15625  15686  15748  15810 
15873  15936  16000And all
over starts again : 7937   7952...
...

Everyone of these frequencies will
make a high number of odd and
even harmonics, due to the very
long duty cycle of the wave form
(D/C = 80 to 90%).

Some zapper manufacturers use very precise frequency generators (0.01% and better) to aim at specific pathogen
frequencies.  There is so much to choice from, that laboratory generators needs to be used - or the use of
modules, one module for every specific pathogen family.  Expensive!

1_  With this sweep frequency, we exchange precision for dispersion.  If the aimed frequency is a little bit “wrong”,
the dispersion will compensate for it anyway.
2_  For the same reason, we don’t need a high accuracy oscillator (expensive!) A 1% will be sufficient.
3_  By rendering the scan a little bit more wide than needed for a specific frequency, we will hit many other
pathogens at the same time, increasing the efficiency of this technique.

Some minor drawback are present :
1_  The programming implementation in real time of this sweep is not easy, but feasible. 
Result are there to prove this fact.
2_  This dispersion technique reduces (sometimes) the efficiency of the hitting process and will need more
exposition time (14mn to 90mn) than a single, ultra precise frequency. (3mn) 
3_  All this complexity has a price tag, and price is more “substantial” than a simple basic zapper, using a 555. 
It still remains much lower that a module-built zapper or high precision lab generator.

I expect that this technique will become increasingly popular with the advent of common use of micro-controllers in
zapper field.
 
 
 
 
 

This is a difference a hunter
can easily understand :
Between taking a flying sparrow
with a 22LR (precision of a single
frequency) and a #12 gauge gun
(imprecision and scatter), the
chances of catching the poor
sparrow are significantly higher
with the #12, although I don’t
know precisely which(s) lead(s)
will hit it.
The effectiveness of this method
of narrow scanning around the
frequency of 2500Hz is ...
positively surprising for a large
number of pathogen frequencies
listed by Dr. Clark.

Have fun aiming at the pathogen
target of your choice.

Now I encourage you to make a
similar calculation with the 255
different frequencies generated
by Large sweep,  between 8kHz
and 16kHz. (;-)

Let's make a similar calculation with Lyme (Borrelia burgdorferi)
Lower limit: 378.95kHz        Upper limit: 382kHz        Average: 380kHz
380kHz / 2.475kHz = 154.3. Lets use harmonics 149, 151, 153, 155, 157, 159

Harmonic 149 == 2543 & 2563 ==> 0
Harmonic 151 == 2509 & 2530 ==> 12
2509  2511  2513  2514  2516  2517  2519  2520  2522  2524  2525  2527
Harmonic 153 == 2476 & 2497 ==> 14
2477  2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486  2488  2489  2491  2492  2494  2495  2497
Harmonic 155 == 2445 & 2464 ==> 13
2445  2446  2448  2449  2451  2452  2454  2455  2457  2459  2460  2462  2463
Harmonic 157 == 2413 & 2433 ==> 6
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432  2433
Harmonic 159 == 2383 & 2402 ==> 0
Total harmonic 45 of a total of 64 frequencies


A last time, a similar calculation with the infamous intestinal fluke Fasciolopsis buskii
Low Limit: 427.7kHz        Upper limit: 435.1kHz        Average: 434kHz
434kHz / 2.475kHz = 175.4. Lets use harmonics 171, 173, 175, 177, 179

Harmonic 171 == 2501 & 2544 ==> 17
2502  2503  2505  2506  2508  2509  2511  2513  2514  2516  2517  2519  2520  2522  2524 
2525  2527

Harmonic 173 == 2472 & 2515 ==> 28
2472  2474  2475  2477  2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486  2488  2489  2491  2492  2494 
2495  2497  2498  2500  2502  2503  2505  2506  2508  2509  2511  2513  2514
Harmonic 175 == 2444 & 2486 ==> 28
2445  2446  2448  2449  2451  2452  2454  2455  2457  2459  2460  2462  2463  2465  2466 
2468  2469  2471  2472  2474  2475  2477  2478  2480  2481  2483  2484  2486
Harmonic 177 == 2416 & 2458 ==> 22
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432  2433  2435  2436  2438  2439  2441  2442  2443  2445  2446 
2448  2449  2451  2452  2454  2455  2457
Harmonic 179 == 2389 & 2430 ==> 4
2426  2427  2429  2430
Harmonic 169 ?  Lets see...
Harmonic 169 == 2530 & 2574 ==> 0
Total harmonic 82 of a total of 64 frequencies


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It is not our role to make such assertions. 

Illness does not interest us.

We leave it to the experts of the unhealthy states.
We are only interested to feel better, which is highly subjective, and to get rid of as much “invaders” who drain our resources, as possible.

These invaders, who live at our expense, we name them under the generic name of “parasites”.

We experience the influence of the zapper effect
on these parasites, on a hypothetical and empirical basis, which have nothing to do with medical or scientific rules.
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These results may vary depending on individuals

Nominal frequencies generated
by the 2.5kHz sweep of
Maestro-Zapper MZ3c

These frequencues are generated
by a pseudo-random frequency
generator.  This means in a
completely scrambled order...

Frequencies in Hz
2426  2427  2429  2430  2432 
2433  2435  2436  2438  2439 
2441  2442  2443  2445  2446 
2448  2449  2451  2452  2454 
2455  2457  2459  2460  2462 
2463  2465  2466  2468  2469 
2471  2472  2474  2475  2477 
2478  2480  2481  2483  2484 
2486  2488  2489  2491  2492 
2494  2495  2497  2498  2500 
2502  2503  2505  2506  2508 
2509  2511  2513  2514  2516 
2517  2519  2520  2522  2524 
2525  2527

Everyone of these frequencies
will make a high number of odd
and even harmonics, due to
the very long duty cycle of the
wave form (D/C = 93.5%).
 
Zapperwise
Applied Electronic to Well-Being

The first page talks about H.
Clark’s original zapper and its
30kHz frequency, and why it is so
important for a zapper to have at
least this frequency.

The second page talks about
the zapper really working with
frequencies, why each “expert”
has its own pet frequency, and
why it is so difficult to choose
among all frequencies from Rife,
Clark, Beck and many others.
2.5kHz
Frequencies and parasites

The third page talks about
zapping frequencies “whispering”
to the brain
15Hz VLF 
VLF What they are 
VLF-How it works

The fourth page is about an
actual trend : the multiplication
of proposed frequencies, and also
about the sweep frequency and
what it's so special with it
Narrow Sweep
Influenza A&B
Candida albicans
Lyme
Fasciolopsis buskii
Wide FV Sweep


The fifth page is a technical
reference for all other pages.
Qualities of a frequency
Other frequencies used in a
zapper
Resonant frequency
Harmonics
Duty cycle
Skin effect