The Zapper device

The Zapper device belongs to the category of the bio-frequency generators.
It is an electric device that was developed by dr Hulda Clark . It emits a rectangular alternating current (35 Volt). The device carries the frequency into the user’s body. The current is meant to clean the body and kill parasites, bacteria and viruses.

When dr Hulda Clark invented the Syncrometer around 1985 the Zapper device was her second technical achievement, which  she used successfully during her research and therapies. The device is powered by a 9 volt battery according to Dr Hulda Clark’s design and use. The batteries are easily available in shops.    
The device is very practical . You do not need to plug it in a socket. It can be utilized while a person is mobile. Its size is very handy, too.

The way the zapper device is built is very simple.
The basic device is operated via a few switches and simple add-ons, whereas more modern Zappers have new chip-technlogy which allows for extra settings such as frequency differentiation; these ones allow for more specific zapping methods like sheet-zapping.
Hand electrodes made of copper carry the frequency into the body. The electrodes may also be high-grade steel coils that are connected to the Zapper device. As an alternative you can also use wristbands that are connected to the Zapper via cables.

Important

The information on these pages refer to Dr. Hulda Clark’s books and research done either in German and the international field. Using the zapper in case of health troubles does not substitute a visit to your Doctor, neither does it imply that you cease ongoing treatment. Scientific consensus does not prove the effectiveness of the zapper device thus far. Therefore please keep in mind that we cannot promise any healing effects. Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen FensterDisclaimer

 

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