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Pad-Type 'Rife' (John Crane) machines are Vastly Improved

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Published on Aug 4, 2014

Pad-Type 'Rife' (John Crane) machines are Vastly Improved.
Currently the best and most accurate and versatile zapper tech is the The ParaZapper™ MY ( Many in One Zapper) is crystal controlled, microprocessor based & very accurate.
http://huldaclarkparazapper.com/cgi-b...

Hulda Clark was adamant about using 100% positive offset. When you think about how microbes have an opposite electrical charge than the body's normally healthy cells, the concept makes a lot of sense why to use 100% positive offset.

According to Hulda Clark:
“Parasites can be killed with a very small voltage. But only IF the voltage is 100% Positive Offset, and only IF the voltage is varied up and down repeatedly”.
“If the varying voltage become NEGATIVE, even momentarily, it supports and maintains their lives!” ,,,, “If the voltage is applied in pulses, to produce a "Square wave, it will affect many parasites at once so that the rate raising and lowering it, called frequency, is not critical. Even though these tiny animals undoubtedly have a "mortal frequency", this rate does not need to be known or used when a square wave of electricity, totally positive, is used.” ,,,, “A positive electrical force that pulses up and down not only appears to kill tiny invaders, it also seems to energize white blood cells to go on an all-out attack on your enemies: your parasites, your toxins everything in spite of their four blockers. In spite of benzene PCBs, metals and asbestos! For a time your white blood cells turn into Super-WBCs. That is why I recommend eight hours of zapping daily until you are well.”

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