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Hulda Clark Cleanses


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Re: Zapper current


I tried sanding the 1/2 inch coppper pipes thinking that the copper may be corroded preventing good conduction. This had no impact. What did have an impact is using copious amounts of saltwater on the paper towels covering the copper pipes - I was able to double the current from 0.1 milliamps (0.2 milliamps peak) to 0.2 milliamps (0.4 milliamps peak).

Having some sort of constant current device is a bad idea. This is because if the conduction of the paddles is poor, the zapper would increase voltage too much increasing the risk on the heart muscle. I found a webpage which suggested that 17 volts and 17 milliamps of current (asuming 1 kohms of resistance) is enough to cause venticular fibrillation.

Clearly, having more contact area betwen the electrodes and my skin would help to reduce the resistance that I am experiencing at the point of contact with the skin. I will work on increasing the contact area with my skin (footpads, larger copper, or other metal, pipes) using multiple contact points.

Interesting point about voltage passed by the different oscillator chips used. If I want higher voltage, I could either change out the chip, or input a higher voltage.

I will also provide other frequencies such as 2.5 khz. I see that some zappers provide 15 khz in addition to 30 khz, which seems dumb as they are multiples of each other. I found a Brain Tuner device offered by Dr. Beck - I wonder if I can configure the 555 chip to provide very low frequencies such as 111 hz and 7.83 hz?

 

 
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