2.5kHz penetrates 3.5 better than 30kHz
If lower frequencies penetrates better, why stop at 2.5kHz?
10Hz should be close to optimum, and 0Hz is certainly the best frequency!! No? Why!?
Well, 9V 0Hz is another way to define a naked 9V battery.
If you are selling zappers, this one will not make you rich!
I never had any proof, theoretical calculation or formula or answer on this one.
There is a skin effect, but it doesn't apply to zappers...
With a 555 zapper, when you use a specific frequency for its virtues, you need
When H. Clark discovered the large effect of her zapper, she stated :
"... it was not due to some unique design, or special wave form produced by the device. It was due to
This point leaded to "any frequency (anything from 10 to 500 000Hz) wil do".
Frequencies can have a positive impact on the use of a zapper, if you know wich frequency to use and how to use-
it. This use of frequency needs PRECISION. Capacitors with 20% error and resistors with an additional 5% will
remove the advantage of using a frequency in particular.
Some sellers says (invoking a "skin effect"), without any proof, that lower frequencies have a "better penetration"
on zappers. Why they stop at 2.5kHz, instead of going lower? Mystery!
Read "What about the popular "skin effect"?" page for more information
Read "Effect of Frequencies" page for more information
Continuous output : Good to have-it. Not always wanted for a friendly use
Most of the arguments around this point are exagerated when related to dayly use (the more common case).
The 7-20 sequence recommended by Dr Clark makes a lot of sense and is very efficient on most situations.
Having to check a clock to make this sequence is seen by many as "cumbersome", because we are not used to
make ANY KIND OF EFFORT. That's why a continuous sequence (used by Dr Clark on "heavy cases" only) is so
Being able to change the 7-20 sequence is nice if you are making a lot of research, or, if being a professional of
health, you want to fine-tune the use of a zapper to a specific, difficult case.
It is rarely used by most of us because we want a friendly use of the zapper.
Continuous output is a good technical solution when you want to make a "cheap" zapper (by cheap, I means low
design and production cost, obviously not sales price).
Automatic 7-20 sequence (or any other automatic sequence) is very handily most of the time, but its use is cast on
this only sequence.
Having both options will give you the best of both uses.
Stabilized Wawe, Constant High Conductivity and alike
This feature is advocated by many, as a result of the BIGGER IS BETTEERRR!
This feature increases the easy injection of high frequencies (used on harmonics) and decreases the internal
dynamic impedance to almost 0. It increases too the peak-to-peak voltage applied to you. When this "stabilized
wave" circuit uses a small internal resistor's value, you have a zapper without any internal control of the
Making you believe that this is a "superior feature" on a zapper is like making you believe that having a car
without brakes makes-it a superior car.
There is a very good (more complex) solution to this : Constant Current Source
Using a wall plug adapter in a zapper is a call for disaster.
Battery only : Best protection of your life.
You can use your zapper with all the freedom you need, too.
I understand that a wall plug power supply is an excellent solution for many electrical devices.
I understand too that, when the device is in direct electrical contact with the user, using anything else but a low
voltage battery is playing a mortal game.
Using a revolver loaded with only one bullet, spinning the chambers and firing-it on your temple, or using a
zapper's connected to the wall plug is the same game. Only odd numbers are different.
Hospitals and doctors can play this game. They are legally protected. But accidents still happen with double
insulation transformers, and UL/CSA approved apparatus.
For sure, batteries cost more, on the very long run ...
If the 0.5 to 3 cents cost of a zapper's session is a mandatory point on the choice of your zapper, we have there
an interesting problem of priorities, hard to zap!
Go to this Bench Test page to see by yourself, where this point can lead to... Scarry!
Using stainless steel on electrodes
Because zappers are using a Direct Current for their work, we have two distinct flows :
1_ An electronic flow made out of negative charges (electrons), going from the negative output to the positive
output THROUGH YOU.
2_ A less known flow of positive charges (positively charged ions, made out of the material composition of the
positive electrode), flowing from the positive electrode to the negative electrode, THROUGH YOU. Electrolysis and
electroplating uses this phenomenon to their advantage. Irritated skin is another side effect of this flow going
always on the same direction.
Any metal in direct contact with the skin will release positively charged molecules IN your body. This is one of the
reasons why Dr Clark always recommended to use a wet kitchen paper between electrodes and your body.
The interesting part of this issue now : Composition of a general purpose Stainless Steel (302 grade) :
Iron : around 72%; Chromium : 16-18%; Nickel : 8-10%; Manganese : 2%
On the other hand, composition of C11000 copper : 99.90% copper.
Which one would you use, with your zapper, knowing that both Nickel and Chromium are classified as tissue
irritants and carcinogenic?
About conductivity :
Copper has a resistivity of 0.017_uOhm*m
Iron has a resistivity of 0.1_uOhm*m
Even when not shiny, copper is a much better conductor than iron or stainless could be.
Blood electrification :
ALL H. Clark zappers uses blood and lymph as main current channels.
Clark's zappers are designed for wide electrification of "anything" crossing the path of current.
Beck's Zapper is a tool specifically designed for blood electrification, and it does-it very well.
At this chapter, "anything" including blood could be directly related to current flow.
Our experiences demonstrates that a 30kHz 57% duty cycle has a superior current flow to a 2.5kHz 94% duty
In our opinion, this word is wrongly used with zappers.
Please, read this interesting article, written by Michael Forrest
Why does Bob Beck and other device manufacturers claim that these devices cause electroporation?
Because Beck mistakenly thought that the high-absorption effect was electroporation without studying the
science journals enough to realize that it couldn't be electroporation which is a very severe and unwanted
What is electroporation? It is a temporary condition of the outer membrane of blood cells becoming
"porous" as a result of high electric fields affecting the cells. While the cells are porous, normally unwanted
fluid & substances can enter into the blood cell with resultant disturbing effects. This man-made effect is
useful to scientists though, which is why there are companies like Genetronics which manufacture
laboratory instruments which induce electroporation. It should be a great relief to all to know that these
blood electrification devices do not produce an effect so extreme as electroporation.
What is the evidence that the high-absorption effect is not electroporation? Brian Austin, Technical Support
Manager at Genetronics (an electroporation device company), emailed me concerning the Black Box that
"with the (electrical) conditions used, there should be no electroporation effects. Field strengths are not
high enough." J. C. Weaver of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in his report on electroporation
published in the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry (51:426-435 1993) reported "In the case of isolated
cells, mammalian cells experience electroporation for electric fields of about E=1kv/cm (1000 volts with a
distance of 1 centimeter between electrodes) for short pulses." The Black Box produces about 1.35 volts
per centimeter when the electrodes are placed on the same wrist. Another electroporation device
manufacturer, Cyto Pulse Sciences, stated on their website (in the equipment tutorial) that red blood cells
need 1430 volts per centimeter for electroporation.
What is the evidence that the blood cells are more absorptive during electrification? In the Biophysics
Journal, Vol. 58 Oct 1990, pages 897-903 the authors wrote that "...electric fields that generate
transmembrane potential in the range of millivolts are capable of activating membrane transport
systems." (The Black Box creates a potential across the blood cell membranes of millivolts.) Also;
"...reversible activation of certain membrane channels or transport systems may be achieved using low-
amplitude, low frequency alternating current fields. Electric fields as small as 16 volts per centimeter have
been shown to induce membrane conductance, and these effects were completely reversible. Human
erythrocytes treated with such ac fields for hours were shown to have normal shape, volume, and
permeabilities to potassium and sodium."
What is the best time to use the Blood Purifier? Because of high-absorption it is best to use it when your
blood stream has the least amount of potentially toxic byproducts of metabolism in it, which is when you
awaken from sleep. Second best time would be right before going to bed.
In plain words, there is a "magnification" of inter cellular exchanges when they are excited by a very tiny voltage,
as these produced by zappers (whatever kind of zapper, not only ultimate ones).
Thanks, Mr Forrest
Aura Expansion : We have here a very interesting claim!
Aura is a multi layer of energy surrounding ANY energized "device". If you are curious enough, you can see this
aura around high voltage electric lines, when light is very low.
On alive beings (plants, animals, humans) this same energetic field can be seen.
The more complex the being, the more complex the aura. The "emotional body" heavelly modifies the Aura.
Children can see them quite easily. University graduates can't, most of the time (What has been lost?!?).
Aura takes a "bad" color when a portion of the body is loosing health.
It turns dark when illness installs on the physic body.
The flow of the right amount of electricity removes dark spots and brings bright color to the aura, releasing a
This expansion will remain for hours and then shrinks slowly. Many electrical treatments will maintain an expanded
This happens when using a zapper (any kind of zapper) properly.
ALL ZAPPERS EXPANDS THE AURA.
Trial and warranties :
They are as useful as the honesty of the dealer is. On a well made zapper, a warranty is only a "peace of mind"
making you sleep better.
1 year of warranty is good on an electronic device without moving parts.
Most of the times, if it works for 3 months, it will work for a looong time.
3 years of warranty is VERY good, if the manufacturer has a good reputation for at least 5 years.
A lifetime warranty has a linguistic catch : Lifetime of what, or whom?
Very good on publicity, will no stand longuer than the company's life, and companies (stop dreaming) don't last for
Be careful : When it is too beautiful to be true, it is because... it is too beautiful to be true.
Second frequency :
A basic zapper will give very interesting results with only one frequency, because frequency is used to transfer
electric charges through the skin barrier (mostly capacitive).
For the H. Clark zapper's effect to work (tiny direct currents flowing through you), around 30kHz is the best
If you start playing with Mortal Oscillatory Rates (Frequencies using resonant phenomenon to disable parasites),
then you have the sniper's motto translation as : "One frequency, one parasite".
By using lower, more easy frequencies to make, you can play some games with harmonics.
By practical results, it seems that 2 to 5 kHz are good frequencies to try and experiment.
Whatever the frequency you use, this frequency will be good for some parasites, and ineffective for many.
You cannot have a a magical "fit-for-all" frequency. But you can have a "magical though" leading to disillusion.
Frequencies are like screwdrivers in your toolbox : Which one do you think will do "all the jobs"?
Stop listening to people selling only one kind of magical screwdriver.
What your good sense tells you : Only one screwdriver is the best choice, or two different ones could be an even
better choice? (What about 200?)