WHAT IS A ZAPPER?
The zapper is a simple but very effective electromedicinal device. It is based
mainly on the lifelong research of Dr. Hulda R. Clark who has published her
findings in the book "The Cure of all Diseases" and other subsequent books.
Dr. Clark like many other researchers has found that a weak current of pulsed
DC kills parasites in the body.
This includes all types of worms, bacteria, viruses and fungi as well as cancer
cells and other pathogenic tissue. Here is an interesting connection to W. Reich's
findings that led him to believe that cancer cells where new parasitic organisms
formed from the decaying biomass of de-energised tissue.
Dr. Clark, a molecular biologist and natural healing practitioner, has studied
parasites all her life and the zapper was only the last step in her evolving
She arrived at the conclusion that practically all diseases are caused by either
parasites or toxins.
The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) has found that the average American
carries a weight of 500g living parasites. Toxins in our food, household chemicals
and the environment are weakening the barrier of colon against penetration by
intestinal worms and other parasites.
Photograph of worms killed in the first few minutes of zapping during a colonic irrigation treatment
A major source of toxicity are dental amalgams, which should be removed
immediately by either gold fillings or modern compound ("white") fillings.
HISTORY OF BIO-ELECTRIFICATION
Apart from Hulda Clark, other researchers have arrived at similar conclusions:
In the Fall of 1990, two medical researchers, Drs.William Lyman and Steven
Kaali, working at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City made an
important discovery. They found that they could inactivate the HIV virus by
applying a low voltage direct current electrical potential with an extremely small
current flow to AIDS infected blood in a test tube. Initially, they discovered this in
the lab by inserting two platinum electrodes into a glass tube filled with HIV-1
(type 1) infected blood. They applied a direct current to the electrodes and found
that a current flow in the range of 50-100 microamperes (uA) produced the
most effective results. Practically all of the HIV viral particles were adversely
affected while normal blood cells remained unharmed. The viral particles were
not directly destroyed by the electric current, but rather the outer protein coating
of the virus was affected in such a way as to prevent the virus from producing
reverse transcriptase, a necessary enzyme needed by the virus to invade
human cells. Reverse transcriptase allows the virus to enter a human T cell line
(called CEM-SS) and commandeer the DNA reproduction machinery. After using
the host cell to reproduce itself into thousands of new virii, the swollen host cell
(now called syncytia or giant cell) will burst and spew the contents into the
bloodstream or lymph system. This is how the virus spreads, but lacking reverse
transcriptase, the HIV virus can't invade the host cell and it becomes vulnerable
to destruction by the body's immune system. (The details of this experiment can
be read from Kaali's patent application.)
Similar effects were found by Dr. Robert Beck, whose slightly differen Zappers
are also enjoying great popularity.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The following text is a copy of Don Croft's own account of his Zapper, the
All parasites and diseased tissues are positively charged. The zapper
introduces negative ions through the skin and into the body's living tissue, killing
the parasites by reversing their polarity and also helping to heal the diseased
tissue. Healthy tissue is negatively charged.
The zapper's circuitry is built around a 555 timer integrated circuit which emits a
nice, positive offset square wave of direct current from a nine-volt battery
(stepped down to around 4.5volts and 3.5milliamps)at a frequency of about
20,000 times per second. "Positive offset" is a wave form that has alternating
current characteristics. This may be important in the long run because it won't
alter the body's natural electromagnetic field polarity.
Many researches have discovered by different paths that very weak electric
current eliminates parasites. Dr. Clark's circuitry, which I use in my zapper, is, I
believe, the best design available. She and Geoff Clark, her son, who is an
electronics engineer, had the benefit of a clinic in which to conduct their research
over a period of years. I also appreciate Dr. Clark's pragmatic approach and her
courage in presenting this information.
I feel confident that parasites enjoy and and thrive on all the vitamins, herbs and
minerals that you send in there to correct the problems that are caused by the
same parasites. Why else would these remedies be "hit or miss" solutions?
You're only getting leftovers.
After you start using a zapper, when you eat those expensive herbs, vitamins,
and minerals, I believe that you, instead of your non-paying passengers, can
expect to have their benefits.
They can't defend their positive polarity (shortage of electrons) against the
introduction of simple direct current, however, and they die very quickly in its
presence (the worms in the picture on my website were freshly killed in the colon
after a few minutes of zapping during a colon irrigation). Negative ions kill
parasites whether they are from electric current, ozone, or magnets. The zapper
seems to me to be the most efficient delivery method for now.
Parasites not only die when subjected to electricity, but disintegrate and are
easily eliminated or assimilated as harmless nutrients. In fact, since they got
most of the benefit from all the expensive supplements that you've been eating
all these years, this could be your big nutritional payoff.
Viruses and fungi inside the cells, parasites in cysts, parasites with exoskeletons
(like hookworms in the peripheral tissues), etc., will take longer to kill, but
clearing the blood and lymphatic fluids, major organ ducts, intestinal and
stomach lining, brain and central nervous system, of parasites early on will give
your immune system a tremendous, immediate boost and when the hidden
parasites come out of cysts and protected areas they are in for an unpleasant
This is only done to efficiently move the weak current through the skin, which is
the body's capacitor and protects our inside from random electrical charges, like
static, which could otherwise harm us. Dr. Clark states that you can get adequate
results from simply holding an electrode from one battery terminal in one hand
and tapping an electrode from the other battery terminal with the other for ten
minutes, but that the zapper's frequency is simply a more efficient way to get the
current into the body.
May we not create a mystique about connecting the zapper's frequency to the
resonant frequencies used by the Rife technology? Careful reading of pp1-41 of
THE CURE FOR ALL DISEASES will clear this up.<<
I must be noted that neither Don nor we are still using frequencies in the 20,000
Hz range. Our Zappers oscillate at about 15 Hz and we have found this to more
effective in that the lower frequencies allow the current to penetrate deeper into
Zappers do not kill parasites because of certain frequencies. This is often
confused, when you see other producers of Zappers advertising their various
frequency ranges. The zapper kills parasites and dissolves pathogenic tissue,
because of it's delivery of electric charge, not because of the frequency
resonance phenomenon. This is acknowledged by Hulda Clark when she speaks
about tapping your finger at the second pole of a battery.
WHICH DISEASES CAN THE ZAPPER CURE?
The word cure has to be used with caution, not so much for lack of conviction but
rather for the known efforts of the medical establishment to discredit any
invention or healing method that poses an effective threat to their medical
paradigm. (and license to print money) I refer to our general disclaimer in this
Positive and often dramatic results are known for the following diseases:
Organ transplant rejection
Influenza (the genuine one)
General weakness of the immune System
and many other conditions caused by parasites.
Both Zappers we are selling is based on the original Hulda Clark circuit with
modifications empirically arrived at by Don Croft especially the lowering of the
frequency to 15Hz.
We are selling two types of, the Orgone Zapper (with copper-, silver or gold
electrodes) , based on the Don Croft Terminator which has additional features
that make it's wearing more pleasant and enhance the subtle energy aspect of
the device (orgone). A Mobius coil in the circuit emits a scalar electromagnetic
field, a form of multidimensional electromagnetic field very similar to aspects of
Orgone energy. A block of Orgonite gets excited by the electromagnetic vibration
and emits a protective healing Orgone field (see "What is Orgone") This is
supported by two gemstone crystals that are wound by the leads leading to the
electrodes, an amethyst and a garnet. both stones, having known vibratory
healing properties of note get additionally excited by the current flow in the
windings around. A fairly strong rare earth magnet helps the energy fields to
Our own Simple Zapper is plainly an electrical device, which is quite sufficient to
kill the parasites as described by Dr. Hulda Clark. We have made it light and
easy to wear by adding an elastic strap, so it can be worn at the wrist or upper
Other common name(s): BioResonance Tumor Therapy, Cell Comm System, Rife machine, zapping machine, electromagnetism, bioelectricity, magnetic field therapy, bioelectromagnetics, bioenergy therapy
Scientific/medical name(s): none
Description Electromagnetic therapy involves the use of energy to diagnose or treat disease. Electromagnetic energy includes electricity, microwaves, radio waves, and infrared rays, as well as electrically generated magnetic fields. Although light is also a type of electromagnetic energy, light therapy is addressed in a separate document (see Light Therapy).
Overview Some electronic devices are approved for medical use, such as the electroencephalogram (EEG), electrocardiogram (EKG), and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation units (TENS; see Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation). Such devices are used to diagnose nervous system and heart problems and treat pain by interfering with nerve conduction of pain impulses. However, many of the alternative electronic devices promoted to cure disease have not been scientifically proven to be effective.
How is it promoted for use?
Many types of electromagnetic devices have been promoted as part of this therapy. Some of the specific ones discussed in this section are some of the most common or best known. In general, practitioners of electromagnetic therapy claim that when electromagnetic frequencies or energy fields within the body go out of balance, disease and illness occur. They claim that these imbalances disrupt the body's chemical makeup. By applying electromagnetic energy from outside the body, usually with electronic devices, practitioners claim they can correct the imbalances in the body. Practitioners claim that these methods can treat ulcers, headaches, burns, chronic pain, nerve disorders, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, gum infections, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis, cerebral palsy, heart disease, and cancer.
Practitioners of BioResonance Tumor Therapy (a kind of electromagnetic treatment) use an electronic device they claim results in the self- destruction of tumor cells by "energizing the p53 gene." Practitioners say it cures cancer in 80% of cases. However, there is no description of precisely how this is accomplished.
Proponents of another electronic device called the Cell Com system claim it regulates the chemical and electrical communication between cells. Proponents claim it can be used to relieve pain caused by cancer and for fighting recurrent infections, asthma, bronchitis, and arthritis. They further claim the device can stop the growth of cancer cells.
Practitioners claim the Rife machine, another electronic device, can diagnose and eliminate diseases, including cancer, by tuning into electrical impulses given off by diseased tissue. The Rife machine then directs energy of the same frequency back at the diseased tissue. Promoters claim that the device kills microorganisms that cause disease.
Another electronic device that has been promoted to cure cancer is the zapping machine. Based on the claim that cancer is related to parasites, promoters say it kills the parasites that cause cancer.
What does it involve?
Electromagnetic therapy is claimed to use electromagnetic, microwave, or infrared energy to diagnose or treat an illness by detecting and correcting imbalances in the body's energy fields. Electronic devices that emit some form of low-voltage electrical current or radio frequency are often involved. Magnets and other unconventional treatments may also be a part of electromagnetic and energy field therapy (see Crystal Healing, Magnetic Therapy, Polarity Therapy, Reiki, and Therapeutic Touch.) The most commonly used electronic devices are listed below.
BioResonance Tumor Therapy
This method uses a small electronic device to create vibrations that are supposed to "re-enliven" the p53 gene in order to cure cancer. While the p53 gene is often defective in cancer tissues, available scientific evidence does not support claims that it can be electrically repaired. Some reports estimate that the course of therapy can last up to 6 weeks.
Cell Com System
This device reportedly transmits low voltage electricity through electrodes placed on the hands and feet in order to regulate communication between cells in the body.
Also called frequency therapy, frequency generator, and Rife frequency generator, the Rife machine is used to direct electrical impulses at the feet to break up the supposed accumulated deposits of toxins at nerve endings. During treatment, the patient places his or her feet in a plastic box attached to the Rife unit.
A zapping machine is a small, battery-powered device that produces a low-frequency electrical current. Wires connected to copper tubes transmit the electricity to patients.
What is the history behind it?
The effects of magnetism and energy forces have been studied since the time of the Greek and Roman empires. Chinese medicine uses one of the oldest energy- based systems of healing. Traditional Chinese medicine is based on the concept of qi (or ch'i) which is thought to be the vital energy or life force that flows throughout the body. The concept of life force is also a central aspect of Indian medical beliefs.
In modern times, the discovery of electricity brought about the promotion of electromagnetic treatments. The use of different forms of electrical devices and frequency generators in medicine has intrigued practitioners and patients for generations. Since the mid-1800s, countless electronic machines have been applied to a long list of ailments. Most of these devices have never been proven effective. In some cases their use has resulted in serious injury or even death. However, some electromagnetic and electrical technologies have become mainstays of modern medical practice, such as diagnostic x-rays, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and cardiac pacemakers.
An early use of electromagnetic therapy came in the late 1800s when Albert Abrams, MD, developed a number of devices he claimed could detect the frequencies of diseased tissue and heal the underlying imbalances. Dr. Abrams and his colleagues were never able to prove his devices were effective, and investigators from Scientific American magazine reported in 1924 that the device did not correctly diagnose any of six specimens. The idea that disease can be diagnosed and treated by tuning in to radio-like frequencies has also been called radionics.
Dozens of similar unconventional and unproven electronic devices have been made and marketed over the years. BioResonance Tumor Therapy, the Cell Com system, the Rife machine, and the zapping machine are 4 popular systems on the market today.
BioResonance Tumor Therapy was developed by Martin Keymer, a German biophysicist, who claims the therapy is rooted in the age-old idea that it is possible to tap into the vital energy that flows throughout the body. A clinic offering the therapy, which opened in Tijuana, Mexico in 1998, has been the subject of great deal of controversy. The Cell Com system which is said to increase communication between cells was invented by a Danish acupuncturist named Hugo Nielsen. The Rife machine (or Rife frequency generator) was created by Royal Raymond Rife, an American who asserted that cancer was caused by bacteria. The machine supposedly emitted radio waves at the same frequency as those discharged by offending bacteria. According to Rife, the radio waves created vibrations that "shattered" the bacteria.
The most widely marketed zapping machine today is the Zapper designed by Hulda Clark, PhD, a physiologist with no formal clinical medical training. She currently uses her device to treat patients with cancer, AIDS, and other diseases in a Tijuana, Mexico medical clinic.
Electronic devices and other frequency generators are available through a number of companies. Treatment programs that incorporate the devices are offered in Mexican and Canadian clinics. Practitioners do not need a license to conduct frequency therapy in the United States.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved any of the alternative machines or products connected to electrical sources (electronic devices) used to cure illness and does not recognize any frequency generator as a legitimate medical device. It has, however, launched an investigation into the industry.
What is the evidence?
There is no relationship between conventional medical uses of electromagnetic energy and the alternative devices or methods that use externally applied electrical forces. Available scientific evidence does not support claims that these alternative electrical devices are effective in diagnosing or treating cancer or any other disease.
Science has established that electrical and magnetic energy exist in the human body. Electrical energy is used by physicians to restart the heart after heart attacks and is even applied to promote bone growth. Some accepted electrical devices commonly used in hospitals include EEGs to measure electrical activity in the brain and EKGs to measure electrical patterns of heartbeats. However, low level radio waves or tiny electrical impulses are not strong enough to produce a significant effect on the body.
There is no evidence that the radio waves produced by these devices can destroy bacteria or any living cells. Microwaves, another form of electromagnetic therapy, are used in some cancer treatment centers to heat and destroy tumor cells. High- energy radio waves can also be used to "cook" cancer cells, a process called radiofrequency ablation (see Far Infrared Therapy or Hyperthermia).
In addition, powerful electromagnetic fields (stronger and of a different type than those produced by radionic devices) may be able to change the responses of certain cells in the body. Early evidence suggests that these electromagnetic fields may help broken bones that are not healing well. Some researchers have reported that pulsed electromagnetic stimulation may reduce frequency of migraine headaches, although larger studies are needed to prove any benefit. Some early studies found that electromagnetic energy may reduce some kinds of pain, although the methods and results still need to be checked by others to learn if they hold true. One review analyzed two studies and found that electromagnetic treatment did not seem to help heal bedsores. Scientific studies are looking at whether these powerful electromagnetic fields may help with other problems. These studies are only done in carefully controlled research settings. If they show benefit, it is possible that electromagnets may be used in conventional medicine in the future.
Are there any possible problems or complications?
Untested, unproven electrical devices may pose some risk. There have been reports of injuries due to faulty electrical wiring, power surges during lightening storms, and misuse of equipment. People with pacemakers, defibrillators, or insulin pumps should avoid exposure to electric current and magnetic fields, including electromagnets. Relying on this type of treatment alone and avoiding or delaying conventional medical care for cancer, may have serious health consequences.