posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 12:24 PM
For clarification, the term "zapper" usually refers to Dr. Hulda Clark's frequency generating unit, as discussed in her books, "The Cure for
All Diseases / Cancers", etc., not necessarily Beck's, which usually have his name attached to them. And yes, the zapper is frequency based,
more precisely, Dr. Clark (and her son), her real breakthrough was finding the "universal frequency" that did not necessarily have to target a
Does it work? YES. Back in the early 90's, my brother and I marketed the world's first "mass produced" affordable "zapper". Some may remember
the full page color ads we took out in publications such as the Washington Post. We called it the "Germ Buster", and had a logo that employed that
kind of symbolism from the "Ghost Buster" movie.
I'm here to tell you, that the establishment will NOT stand for such a thing, PERIOD. Yes, you can find instructions, some expensive units out
there, not too heavily marketed, but nothing that really will get the technology into many hands, and certainly nothing that will change anything
Until ours came along. NO, we no longer sell them, not for a long time now. Why? Because we immediately were confronted by the powers that be, who
must have recognized the potential for upsetting their apple-cart.
Here's an example of what we should have taken as an early "warning": A big ad went out, costing us thousands of dollars, and somehow,
inexplicably, the "offer" was changed to basically cost us money for every order placed! Dr. Clark's thick book, retail $20-$25
retail at the time, our ad said that the customer would get her book, along with the unit! We were stunned! A million people saw the ad, hundreds of
orders began coming in, and yet, we certainly had no books to give them, it was not what we were selling!
We complained vigorously, but never got an explanation for how such a "misunderstanding" could occur (impossible). Long story short, we obtained a
pallet of books, and fullfilled anyway, but lost money.
NEXT, the medical establishment attacked. A mysterious "Dr. Wrigley, MD", from San Francisco supposedly complained to the Attorney General in our
state (at the time) Idaho, and demanded that we stop selling a device that "cured cancer". Of course, we always couched our words legalistically,
we didn't claim anything, but did reference Dr. Clark's research of course.
No matter! We were sued by the AG of Idaho, and they demanded we agree to not sell, or they would bankrupt us. I can tell you, that following on the
heels of what the Washington Post did to us, we couldn't shell out anymore. We dropped the project, signed their agreement not to sell, and learned
an expensive lesson.
My sympathy goes out to people like Patriotgal, who has a real life situation. Folks, this is literally a life and death matter, but our masters
laugh as we die in our ignorance.
ANYWAY, here's a positive note. No, you may never be able to make a "difference", noble intentions will not defeat their money (they even jailed
Dr. Clark). BUT, you can get the info, and get this technology, for yourselves, and for your loved ones. For some, it will make the "difference",
and they will live, even though the PTB may have had them slated for elimination. Fight back!