(Hypothetical) Effect of Sequences
The classical 7-20 sequence
Zapper's story began with a sequence disclosed by Dr. Clark in her first book: "The cure for all cancers" - 1993,
which has since become a classic.
The theory behind this has been explained by Dr Clark in her book “The Cure For All Diseases”, pp15 :
“It takes three treatments to kill everything. Why?
=1= The first zapping kills viruses, bacteria and parasites. But a few minutes later, bacteria and viruses
(different ones) often recur. I conclude they had been infecting the parasites, and killing the parasites
=2= The second zapping kills the released viruses and bacteria, but soon a few viruses appear again. They
must have been infecting some of the last bacteria.
=3= After a third zapping I never find any viruses, bacteria or parasites, even hours later.
Why didn't the virus inside the parasite die with the first zapping? It may be because electricity travels on
the exterior of things. The body of the parasite shielded the interior. This is why my earlier, promising work
spending hours on a frequency generator gave only partial or temporary improvement-it was only done once, not
three times. And it explains why a single treatment with a frequency generator or zapper frequently gives you a
Zapping does not kill shielded organisms such as those that may be in the middle of your stomach or intestines.
The electricity travels along the stomach or intestine wall, not through its content. ”
This reasoning, confirmed by satisfaction of thousands of users , is still in use today by many.
And thereafter ...
Having to monitor a watch to manually make this sequence of "on-off-on-off-on" has led some manufacturers to
offer an automatic sequence.
Other experiments (Plate zapping) led to a single time exposure of 20 minutes, repeated for each target. Other
experimenters have left their zapper work continuously for several hours, with good results.
Investigators making research prefer a zapper without any automatic sequence, allowing them to control the
active time and record the results.
When doing general and routine zapping, many users prefer an automatic sequence, not having to worry about
time, pauses or change of frequencies.
In brief :
1_ When using the main frequency of a pathogen, where a single pathogen is targeted, conditions of use are
5Vptp, 3 minutes_On, with an accuracy of 0.2% or better of the chosen frequency.
2_ When the basic effect of the zapper is used, a sequence of at least 3 minutes (7 minutes is the standard)
with a DC voltage of at least 5V, and a frequency somewhere from 2kHz to 80kHz (30kHz optimal), is
sufficient to dispatch ALL parasites encountered by the current flow.
Please, repeat this active time 3 times, with 20mn to 45mn pauses in between.
3_ When using the frequency of a sample, in Plate Zapping, conditions become more “severe”:
At least 9V power supply (7.7V on the 555’s output), and 20 minutes of exposure at 30kHz (or more).
4_ If for many parasites, an exposure of at least 20 minutes of current may be sufficient (continuous
zapping), others, large enough to have “sub-tenants”, need the more classic session in three steps.
5_ By mixing #2 and #4, we can make an interesting sequence of 3 times 30 minutes, with breaks of 20
minutes in between the active time. (See sequence 28-20 of Maestro-Zapper MZ3b zapper)
From all this, we can retain the following sequences:
a_ The classic 7-20 & 30kHz, good for almost everything.
b_ The popular 20 to 60 minutes continuously, when the 7-20 is too boring to apply
c_ This interesting 28-20 sequence, when the precedent sequences are “not enough”
d_ Your pet sequence, whatever it is, provided it works for you
After experimenting with many procedures, here are some guidelines we found interesting :
1_ When using a zapper for the first time, continuous zapping is not recommended, because elimination
problems can be very unpleasant.
2_ The classic sequence 7-20 is more "tolerable" and can progressively increase the number or sequences per
day, to follow our capacity to eliminate everything.
3_ Subsequently, when the body no longer has elimination problems, the exposure time can be elongated to
periods varying from 20 minutes to several hours.
Devices based on the 555 have the advantage of a simplicity hard to beat, and adding an automatic sequence is
possible, but takes away the advantage of simplicity (and low price). Their use is sufficiently effective to be a good
choice, if the user agrees to do his part (Constant surveillance of the time involved, and occasional check of the
battery voltage and of a well connected output)
See, in this context, these questions in the FAQ page:
Easy automatic sequences with
the advent of the micro-controller
The use of a micro-controller
provides a large selection of
interesting functions (and this extra
complexity results in a higher price
too), a 555 could never dream of.
Complex sequences, different
frequencies, sweeps, blends of
frequency, monitoring the time,
battery check, sleep function at the
end of a program, and many others
user friendly facilities.
The addition of a buzzer or beeper
is a very convenient feature,
because it warns on the beginning
of an active time, pause, end of
session, alarm, and can be used as
a complement to the LED indicator.
What about other sequences, and the time required for their use?
When Dr. Clark used a frequency generator, before the "invention" of the zapper, she was using these
Alternative sine wave generator, directly set to the frequency of the parasite :
"It only took 5V for three minutes at the specific frequency." (Probably 5V peak to peak, the usual
measurement with alternative frequency)
"In 1993 my son, Geoffrey, joined me and we tried a new approach. He programmed a computer
controlled frequency generator to automatically cover all the frequencies populated by all the parasites,
viruses, and bacteria, from 290 000Hz to 470 oooHz. It spent about three minutes for every 1000Hz it
covered. This was more efficient, but it meant spending ten hours being zapped.
Again, the results were disapointing”.
An interesting note from the book: TCFAD, pp19/20, talks about the recommended active time of 7mn :
"Viruses and bacteria disappear in 3 minutes, tapeworm stages, flukes, roundworms in 5 minutes, and
mites in 7 minutes. One need not to go beyond this time, although no bad effects had been seen at any
lengh of traitment."
Plate Zapping is well described in the book "The Prevention Of All Cancers", p. 86, uses an active time of 20mn,
at a supply voltage of 9.0V or more.
In some cases, Dr. Clark uses 8h of continuous zapping every day ("The Prevention Of All Cancers", p. 83)
From all this, coming from the experience of our best reference, Dr. Clark herself, I deduce some rules (on an
entirely theoretical ground, of course!), allowing us to better understand the mode of action of a zapper :
Where an alternative frequency generator is used, set on the frequency of a parasite (to +/- 500Hz), very little
voltage is needed (5Vcac), no offset (DC) is necessary because we use an alternative source (0V_average) and
the time is very short: only 3 minutes of exposure.
When a DC current source is used exclusively (basic zapping), low voltage (5Vdc), no specific frequency, and a
minimum time of 3 minutes can be enough (but 7mn is better).
In all cases, it is expected that other parasites or problems could arise, if only one application is made (3
applications of 7 minutes, separated by rest periods of 20 to 45 minutes is a minimum acceptable)
When a zapper is employed for its Frequency effect (MOR), two methods can be used, when a square wave with
fast rising and falling edge (100nS to 200nS) is available (a 555 has a rising/fall edge of about 70nS to 120nS):
1 - Plate zapping, as I understand-it:
a_ A zapper with a frequency of 30kHz is used.
b_ On the positive output path, a metal plate (aluminum) 3.5” x 3.5” receives samples of the aimed target
c_ The zapping time is then 20 minutes, instead of 7 minutes.
d_ A single session of 20 minutes is sufficient to eliminate the target
e_ Only the target will be affected.
The metal plate is a crude capacitor placed on the positive path.
The samples are subjected to the influence of the 30kHz, which shakes them on every positive edge, and every
negative edge, causing these samples to resonate for some time at their own resonant frequency (damped
The sample’s damped frequency is carried by the 30kHz to our whole body, covered by the pathogen’s frequency.
When this frequency meets the pathogen in question, this pathogen only is increasingly affected.
Since the working frequency (direct pathogen’s frequency) is not present continuously (we use 30kHz), it will take
more time (20 minutes instead of 3 minutes) to achieve the same result.
What “damped wave” means?
If you hit a bell with a hard rod (wood, metal), it will produce a sound (its resonance frequency) and the sound will
decrease in intensity (will be damped gradually). We have damped waves, as opposed to “entertained waves”,
always of the same intensity)
If we strike the bell fast enough and often enough, it will accumulate vibration’s effect, and will eventually break.
It will take a longer time than if we use non-stop the natural frequency of the bell, to achieve same result.
I guess (theoretical reasoning) that if a frequency of 1kHz was used on Plate Zapping, the action time will be much
longer than using the 30kHz available on most zappers. With the same reasoning, a frequency of 60kHz should
reach a shorter result than the current 20 minutes.
2_ zapping using a sub-harmonic frequency of the aimed pathogen
Here, if we are aiming (for example) at the infamous intestinal fluke (434kHz), and we use to achieve this goal, the
13th sub-harmonic (434/13=) 33.385kHz, the harmonics of this frequency will vibrate the pathogen regularly, 13
times slower (and with 13 times less energy) than the direct frequency.
This energy will still accumulate enough to have an effect on the pathogen and make his life ... unlivable!
Similar reasoning can be applied with a frequency around 2.5kHz:
173rd sub-harmonic is (434kHz/173 =) 2508Hz.
The harmonics of this frequency will shake the pathogen regularly, 173 times slower (and with 173 times less
energy) than the direct frequency.
It seems that even in these conditions, the pathogen eventually will die ...
Note: If the intestinal fluke is hit on the 427.7kHz to 435.1kHz band, we will have a corresponding band of 2472Hz
to 2515Hz with the sub-harmonic. This means a precision of +/- 0.8% in this case.
Non stop Zapping (20 minutes or more) seems entirely appropriate in these circumstances.
Certain Internet sites associate zapper and serious illness.
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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