The Worst Parasite

Fasciolopsis buskii is the fluke (flatworm) that I find in every case of cancer, HIV infection, Alzheimer's, Crohn's disease, Kaposi's, endometriosis, and in many people without these diseases. Its life cycle involves six different stages: (more…)

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Parasites & Pollution

The word “parasites” is used in two senses. Everything living on you or in you, not just to perch, but to take its food from you is a parasite. No matter what its size, it can be called a parasite. But in some way the big worms need to be distinguished from the medium-sized amoebae, the even smaller bacteria and the smallest of all—viruses. So often the term parasite is reserved for the bigger things, from amoebae on up. In…

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Simple Pulser

If you are ill or want a reliable zapping, make the first model. However, there is another way to make a zapper if you can not afford to build the first model. An ordinary battery is a source of positive voltage. It is the positive voltage that eliminates so many parasites at once, not a specific frequency. So although the zapper's frequency is about 30 kHz (thirty thousand “zaps” per second), even 5 Hz (five “zaps” per second), about as…

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Assembling The Zapper

You will be using the lid of the shoe box to mount the components. Save the box to enclose the finished project. Pierce two holes near the ends of the lid. Enlarge the holes with a pen or pencil until the bolts would fit through. Mount the bolts on the outside about half way through the holes so there is a washer and nut holding it in place on both sides. Tighten. Label one hole “grounding bolt” on the inside…

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Killing The Surviving Pathogens

The interior of gallstones may house parasites inaccessible to the zapping. Eliminate this source of reinfection by flushing them out with liver cleanses (page 552). Although the center of the bowel contents is often unaffected by electric current, which lets bowel bacteria like Shigella, Escherichia coli (E. coli) and parasite stages survive, sometimes it is nearly all sterilized by zapping. This results in considerable shrinkage of the bowel movement. Eliminate remaining parasites and bacteria with a single dose (2 tsp.)…

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Building A Zapper

Being able to kill your bacteria and other invaders with electricity becomes much more of a panacea when you can do it all in three 7 minute sessions. No need to single out specific frequencies or to sweep through a range of frequencies one KHz at a time. No matter what frequency it is set at (within reason), it kills large and small invaders: flukes, roundworms, mites, bacteria, viruses and fungi. It kills them all at once, in 7 minutes,…

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The Bioradiation Spectrum

Everything emits a characteristic range of frequencies (bandwidth). In general, the more primitive the organism, the lower its bandwidth. Advanced animals have higher frequencies and the range is wider. (more…)

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Zapping Bugs

By zapping I mean selectively electrocuting pathogens. For years I used a commercial frequency generator to “zap” one pathogen after another. First I made a chart of the frequencies for most of the bacteria and viruses in my collection (over 80, see page 561). Then I would test the sick client for each one of these, and hope they did not have one for which I didn't have a sample. Even persons with a simple cold typically had a dozen…

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Bioradiation

Strange as it appears, it now seems obvious that every living creature broadcasts its presence like a radio station, the sun, or the stars. I have named it bioradiation. Perhaps it is the same energy as the Asian chi; perhaps it is merely related to it. Perhaps it is the energy that runs along the meridians discovered eons ago by Asian practitioners. Perhaps it is the energy that faith healers and religious teachers know how to harness, perhaps not. (more…)

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Selective Electrocution

In twenty minutes (three minutes at six different frequencies) a whole family could get rid of this parasite. Cancer cases showed that in a few hours the universal cancer marker, orthophospho-tyrosine could be banished from their bodies by killing this same parasite. (more…)

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Everything Has A Unique Frequency

It was a busy year, now 1989. I was determined to find a bandwidth for other living things: I found them for flies, beetles, spiders, fleas, ants. They were between 1,000,000 Hz and 1,500,000 Hz; cockroaches were highest amongst insects I tested. Then came a dismaying finding. A dead insect had a bandwidth too! Much narrower, and near the top end of the same range it had when living, but distinctly present. So it wasn't altogether a living phenomenon. (more…)

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The Discovery

What makes me think I can find things in the human body that a blood test can not? What new technology makes this possible? Why is electronic testing superior in many ways to chemical methods? What are my claims of electrically killing parasites based on? In 1988 I discovered a new way to scan a body organ. It was electronic. We already can “see” an organ with a sonogram, Xrays, computerized tomography (CAT) scan, or with magnetic resonance imagery (MRI).…

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Only Two Health Problems

No matter how long and confusing is the list of symptoms a person has, from chronic fatigue to infertility to mental problems, I am sure to find only two things wrong: they have in them pollutants and/or parasites. I never find lack of exercise, vitamin deficiencies, hormone levels or anything else to be a primary causative factor. So the solution to good health is obvious: (more…)

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The Promise

Step into a new world. A world without chronic diseases. Step out of your old world. It has kept you a prisoner. Try something new. The prison has no walls. It has only lines. Lines that mark the ground around you. Inside the lines are your old ideas. Outside are new ideas that invite you to step over and escape your prison. Dare to try these new ideas and your illness promises to recede. In a few weeks it can…

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Quotes From Canada

"When I read her book, that was it.  I knew this is something totally different.  It is a turning point.  This is something totally different...  It gave me a much broader view of what can be done”. --Ute Korobanik, Nurse "My daughter said to me, 'dad you got all this information what are you going to do about it.' I said I'm gonna get on this yesterday. Which I did. I faithfully got onto that program and I followed through…

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Parasites in Women and Men (funny)

By Jane Bunce A COMMON parasite can increase a women’s attractiveness to the opposite sex but also make men more stupid, an Australian researcher says. About 40 percent of the world’s population is infected with Toxoplasma gondii, including about eight million Australians. Human infection generally occurs when people eat raw or undercooked meat that has cysts containing the parasite, or accidentally ingest some of the parasite’s eggs excreted by an infected cat. The parasite is known to be dangerous to…

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Micro current history

Microcurrent has been used for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians used catfish. In 46 A.D. Dr. Largus used the black torpedo fish to treat gout. In 1745 the Leyden Jar was developed as a capacitor and in 1919 the Electreat was used similarly to a TENS unit. A recent pioneer in the field was Dr. Thomas Wing. He developed the Acu-O-Matic device in 1970. Things have continued to develop since that time to the current devices that are available. In…

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Toxoplasma Infection Increases Risk Of Schizophrenia

Science Daily (Jan. 16, 2008) — Findings from what is believed to be the largest comparison of blood samples collected from healthy individuals and people with schizophrenia suggest that infection with the common Toxoplasma gondii parasite, carried by cats and farm animals, may increase the risk of schizophrenia. History The protozoan was first discovered by Nicolle & Manceaux, who in 1908 isolated it from the African rodent Ctenodactylusgundi, then in 1909 differentiated the disease from Leishmania and named it Toxoplasma…

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Dr. Clark’s Parasite Pictures

These are actual pictures - Not microscope images. Images of parasites from recent American patients of Hulda Clark, Ph.D. Dr. Clark has found the Liver Cleanse is the best way to get the parasites out undamaged enough so they can be identified. Disintegrated tapeworm looks like a pile of porridge, grey or beige, slightly rubbery. Dark spots are debris.   More growing larval stages of Macra, snow white.   Three 2-cm buski’s appeared after a liver cleanse, flattened and dehydrated…

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