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The Bug Zapper, a term coined by Hulda Clark, is an inexpensive electromedicine device suitable for home use. It is capable of killing various microbes in the blood. The Dr. Beck Blood electrifier may be a better approach.

 



A bug zapper typically cost $75 to $150. It outputs a 30KHz 9 volt square wave signal onto two probes that are held, one in each hand. The probes are typically  made of 1/2 inch copper pipe four inches long.

The original principal of operation is that a particular frequency will kill a particular microbe; this makes it a kin to Rife machines. Rife found that different microbes had what he called a MOR (mortal oscillatory rate). A microbe would be killed by resonance if exposed to its MOR, in exactly the same manner that a wine glass would break itself apart if subjected to a loud tone of the right frequency.

However, one day Hulda Clark's son made her a unit that seemed to kill all bugs, and she couldn't understand why, and probably still doesn't know.

I would explain her success from the knowledge provided by Dr. Bob Beck, another pioneer of electromedicine devices. Beck's device is based on the research of Dr. Kaali of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, who found that a petris dish of blood infected with HIV would be sterilized if a small current was passed through it. Dr. Kaali patented the process of removing blood from the body, electrifying it, and returning it to the body. Dr. Beck invented the concept of leaving the blood in the body, and attaching probes to the surface to electrify it. And he placed the information including schematics into the public domain. These units sell for $125 to $300.

The Beck blood electrifier outputs a 30 volt 4Hz signal to two stainless steel probes. The probes are about 1" long by 1/16" in diameter, typically made from welding rod. They are each placed on a vein to cause current to flow in the blood system. The process requires DC (Direct Current), but to prevent electrolysis Beck decided to reverse polarity 8 times a second (i.e., 4Hz).

Back to Hulda Clark's bug zapper: The reason her unit killed all bugs, and not just the targeted one at 30KHz, is because her son inadvertently made a unit with a DC offset. That means it maintained a constant average current, even though it was turning on and off at a 30KHz rate. It was acting like a Beck device.

Beck looked at Hulda Clarks device and believed that it was not strong enough operating at 9 volts. For that reason, this site does not promote Hulda Clarks zapper, but instead promotes Dr. Becks blood electrifier.

If you have cancer, Alternative Medicine offers herbal remedies including essiac, graviola, and ellagic acid, and electromedicine therapies include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices. These may be a better first step than the cut, poison, and burn approach of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. It may be more prudent to know the cause of cancer and how to prevent it, than to watch for symptoms and tumors. Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that become parasitic when you consume an overly acid diet. Learn how to cure and prevent cancer from the links below:

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