It began more than a decade ago, as engineers and hobbyists started getting enthralled with a jury-rigged electric technology that purportedly enhanced brain function. The movement is still growing, and the brain zappers are no longer just young garage tinkerers—now they include older professionals who fork over hundreds of dollars for high-grade wearable systems. But does it work? This form of attempted brain hacking—known as transcranial direct-current stimulation tDCS —is not as far-fetched as it might sound.
Advanced Search Search Tips. The Hulda Clark Zapper, such as our Terminator 2 Zapper or the Auto-Zap 5 , is a small electronic device that normally uses two wrist straps or copper handholds to deliver an electrical current of approximately 7 to 8 volts to the body. This current produces a square wave with a frequency of about 30KHz Kilohertz. There are some units that have frequencies as low as 15Hz and some that even have a variable frequency. The lower frequencies are thought to make it easier for the current to penetrate into the body and be more effective. Regardless of the frequency used, all of the Clark Zappers work on the same principle of a DC current with a square wave applied to the body. If you use handholds they can be placed on any part of the body you desire, not just held in each hand.
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Apparently this parasite can have unknown effects on human behavior that could make people less able to react to potentially dangerous situations. Does anybody know with any degree of certainty if Zappers kill this parasite? I know Don's website is called "World Without Parasites," so it seems possible. Normal clarke type herbal parasite formulas will not work. Zappers are mostly ineffective.