This circuit is one of the simplest Clark Zapper circuits. There are only 2 resistors, 1 capacitor, an LED and the chip. This circuit is meant to be powered by a split-bobbin DC power adaptor, as the frequency output of the chip is around 11,000 hz. If you want to use this circuit with a 9V battery, then change the 5.1k resistor to a 22k resistor, which will give a frequency output of around 2,500 hz... optimal for the Clark Zapper's use with a 9V battery. You can find this circuit, without my LED modification, on the internet or in Don Lancaster's CMOS Cookbook. If you don't need the LED, then just shunt pin 8 and the negative probe to ground.
The circuit schematic to the above left differs from the circuit in Dr. Hulda Clark's books in several ways. First, there is a polarity-reversal protection diode from the power supply to pin 8. Second, there is a lack of the unnecessary stabilizing capacitor going from pin 5 to ground. Third, the L.E.D. and its load resistor are between the power supply and the output of the chip, as opposed to being shunted to ground. This configuration of the L.E.D. alleviates the problem of the L.E.D. being powered by the output of the circuit (which lowers the overall output voltage of the circuit) and thereby raises the output voltage of the circuit. The schematic to the above right is the "Fixed L.E.D. Zapper 2". To minimize the number of parts used, the L.E.D. serves a dual-purpose. It serves to protect against power supply polarity-reversal damage when used with a battery and it's also an indicator light. Pin 4 doesn't need to be connected.
The circuit above is very simple. The optimized L.E.D. configuration is present, but optional. The reverse-polarity diode is present. There is the absence of the stabilizing capacitor from pin 5 to ground, as the output waveform differs only in timing when the capacitor is present (I doubt that the pathogens admire the accuracy of the tempo of the positive-offset waveform when the positive-offset waveform is disintegrating the pathogens). There is not a power-supply filter-capacitor to filter out the 60-cycle-hum when using a dc adaptor because the 60-cycle-hum does not hinder the effect of the Zapper's frequency on the body and, from what I have seen on the net about multi-frequency Zappers and from what I have observed when using an oscilloscope program with the Zapper, may even assist in destroying pathogens. The Fixed-LED Zapper 3 and the Simple Zapper 1.1 are the same circuit that merged over time.
The "Magic Bullet" Zapper
The "Fixed L.E.D." Zapper
The "Simple Zapper"
The screenshot above shows my body's response to a variable-frequency Simple Zapper with an output of approximately 5 volts. The probe from the computer, a 1/4-inch phone plug, was placed in my mouth against my right cheek. The handholds/probes from the variable-frequency Simple Zapper are 1" in diameter and 1.5" in length. As you can see, frequencies above approximately 18,000 hz do not affect the inside of my mouth as much as frequencies between 4,400 hz and 18,000 hz. By analyzing the FFT graph that only measures frequencies up to approximately 22,000 hz, one can deduce that frequencies around 30,000 hz are not optimal frequencies at which the Zapper should be set. I am in favor of the frequencies around 15,750 hz because these frequencies appear to be consistently effective even when my body chemistry changed because my stress problems that I've had for over ten years "disappeared".
Note: These results were obtained using a variable Clark Zapper, powered by a 12V DC adaptor. The signal amplitude when using Clark Zapper set at ~15,000 hz and powered by a 12V DC adaptor is far greater than when using the Clark Zapper powered by a 9V battery. When using a 9V battery with the Clark Zapper, the optimal frequency is approximately 2.5 Khz, the frequency option of several commercially-available Clark Zappers. I've personally confirmed the validity of the claim of some commercial Clark Zapper-producing companies that 2.5 Khz is a more effective Clark Zapper frequency than 30 Khz, the Clark Zapper's original frequency, through the use of the techniques described above. Again, though, a ~15,000 hz Clark Zapper powered by a 12V DC adaptor is much more effective than a 2.5 Khz Clark Zapper powered by a 9V battery. I'd say roughly over 100 times more powerful and without any apparent detrimental effects to my mind or my body.
This page was "lovingly" created by Mas K. in the month of September in the year 2001.
This page is dedicated to my old nanny, Toshiko Komatsubara, whereever she may be.
Oh, by the way, check out C6, Q1, as well as the Mabus and King of Terror quatrains.
This page was updated on September 12, 2003.
To obtain optimal results with these circuits, use a 9V or 12V DC adaptor or a regulated power supply.
Warning: To avoid electrocution, make sure that the power transformer has a split bobbin.
Batteries still work fine with these circuits.
Long Live Dr. Hulda Clark & The Dalai Lama!
DISCLAIMER: THE SCHEMATICS ON THIS PAGE ARE FOR EXPERIMENTAL USE ONLY.
I MAKE NO CLAIMS THAT THE ZAPPER CAN CURE DISEASES. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR INJURIES INCURRED DUE TO THE USE OF THE SCHEMATICS ON THIS PAGE BY OTHERS.
WARNING: THE ZAPPER IS NOT TO BE USED BY PREGNANT WOMEN NOR BY PERSONS USING PACEMAKERS AND, WHEN USING THE ZAPPER, DO NOT TOUCH PREGNANT WOMEN NOR PERSONS USING PACEMAKERS.
ABSOLUTELY AVOID THE USE OF CHROME-PLATED METAL IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ZAPPER'S ELECTRODES. PLAIN METALS, SUCH AS GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, ALUMINUM AND STEEL, ARE RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ZAPPER'S ELECTRODES.
The "Chaos Zapper"
The "Transistor Zapper"
The screenshot above shows my body's response to the "Magic Bullet Zapper", powered by a 9V DC adaptor. This time, I placed the oscilloscope probe (a 1/4-inch phone plug) in the sweaty crook of my knee :). I'm glad that I purchased so many 5.1k resistors (over 500), because they set the output of the "Magic Bullet Zapper" at around 11,000 hz, which is right at the tip of the amplitude curve of the screenshot above.
This is the Transistor Zapper. I slapped together this version of the Clark Zapper using common transistor driver stages because I have a lot of transistors that need to be used. The operating frequency varies between approximately 5khz and 10khz. My body's response to the signal from this design is somewhat the mirror image of the second oscilloscope screenshot below with the response being most effective and peaking at around 6.1khz.
Clark Zapper Variants
By Masaru Kubota
This circuit filters out most of the 60-hz hum when using a DC adaptor with the Clark Zapper Variants. This circuit doesn't need to be used with Clark Zapper Variants powered by 9V batteries.
The circuits above are the Yin-Yang Clark Zapper Variant and the Chaos Clark Zapper Variant. In 1991, in Edmonds, Washington, I had been experimenting with Craig Anderton's Tube Sound Fuzz circuit for guitar. From books and examining guitar pedals, I knew that many guitar pedals use a supplementary diode configuration, and so I used the diode configuration with the CD4049 Hex Inverter. Around a year ago, I learned of Chua's Chaos Generator, which is not really a Chaos Generator, but close, more like a yin-yang generator, like the circuit to the above left. The circuit to the above right is my true Chaos Generator. The asymmetrical diode configuration is a fragment of a circuit in an Electronics Now magazine featured circuit from the 90's and the rest of the circuit is from Don Lancaster's CMOS Cookbook, Dr. Hulda Clark's book The Cure for All Diseases and an L.E. D. mod that I added, just in case someone doesn't use a split-bobbin with these circuits.
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Ethanol replacing isopropyl alcohol in beauty and hygiene products...
Ethanol as a viable potential replacement for gasoline...
Herbal entheogenic beer...
Mexico being the next Asia in terms of manufacturing...
Pre-fabricated homes that cost as much as a car...
The Anti-Parasite Pill that has yet to be manufactured by the pharmaceutical industry...
Socialized Medical programs for the U.S.
Lack of Acidosis and Alkalosis (pH balance) knowledge by the general public... (Dr. Morter)
Lack of the knowledge that the Hulda Clark Zapper is a Class II medical device in Canada...
DNA (human genome) identification to end the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians...
Garbage dump recycling...
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