What is a frequency?

Every living animal and every cell type produces its own frequencies and responds to these frequencies as well. We may speak of frequencies but we really mean waves, waves of energy. All waves have a frequency associated with them. Also dead things have a frequency. Luckily the frequency of a parasite, of a bacterium or a virus do not overlap the frequencies of a human. In fact, they are far away.

What is a frequency generator?

A frequency generator is a device that can be used to electrocute individual organisms, or together with the Syncrometer to find an organism’s particular frequency.

Frequently asked question:

Is it better to use a zapper or a frequency generator?

The frequency generator and the zapper work on two distinctly different principles. The zapper uses positive offset square wave, that gives a magnetic field, which is frequency-INDEPENDENT. That means it does not matter which frequency you take it will always work.

When using specific frequencies,i.e. frequency-DEPENDENT,  homeopathic principles are being used, matching the pathogen's own frequency.  We could compare regular zapping to a machine-gun, whereas frequency zapping to a sniper, therefore a targeted way of zapping

Frequency zapping kills a range of parasites clustered around the frequency chosen and at more locations , even though frequency zapping alone does not remove PCBs and restore immunity .

Regular zapping passes mainly through our vascular and lymphatic system, reactivating the white blood cells and therefore restoring immunity.

Therefore it is effective to combine the two.

How To Use A Frequency Generator

Zap each desired frequency for seven minutes.  The time was chosen because it always killed tapeworms, a very challenging task. Bacteria and viruses probably need much less time.

Dr. Clark's frequency list


(From "The Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual and The Cure for all Diseases" ,  page 8; pages 137-140, Copyright Notice)

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