By Paul Batiibwe, MD <email@example.com>
Jan. 232, 2004
Once upon a time, I was paid
a visit by two persons, Don Croft (USA) & Georg Ritschl (Germany/South
Africa). who turned out to become my friends. While chatting with them,
we thought of setting up a Zapping Bar.
Ever since, my imagination has flowed thus: Instead of people
engaging in drinking alcohol and other carbonated drinks every evening,
why not real soft drinks in the form of Water, presented in brand varieties,
such as colloidal silver (served warm), super ozonated (served chilled),
etc which would be available on order? The small cafe would also be serving
special delicacies, African and ornamental, bearing in mind the need to
avoid pollutants (read: immune blockers). Herb preparations will be made
as special 'dishes' of the menu.
The cafe will be limited to members only. The sitting arrangement
would be such that under small huts scattered in the compound are seats
or foot rests to which electrodes from zapper units are attached. They would
pay a small fee for daily zapping sessions. Films would be shown such and
you can bet all would be from the collections of the likes of Ken Adachi.
Light and sound therapies would be played from a computer screen.
Oh, yes, in case you have come down with the infamous malaria there is a
lounge for magnetic pulsing according to the design of Prof. Lai.
For the swimmers, a pool with electrolytic plates is accessible.
Reading material promoting the return of your self healing power will be
accessible from a library. The novel, "The
Adventures of Don and Carol Croft, a True Life Story," is a must
A physical fitness instructor will be present and for the
general and specific muscle builders, a Welz generator is accessible to
bring remarkable results in a short time.
SO much for a fertile imagination!
Well, this has been partially actualised and modified to suit
rural village settings. I watched, listened and chilled in total disbelief
as nearly all members of a whole village turned up presenting their personal
testimonies about the same thing: how they are infected and affected by
AIDS. At this rate Black Africa will surely be decimated to zero. I can't
just sit back, cover my face, and wait for the much-hyped anti-retrovirals
to allegedly save the people from AIDS.
taught those present about the function of zappers, describing the use and
potential benefits of zapping. Using a solar-powered crowd
zapper, one of the Croft Creations, the villagers in Kagogo, Uganda are
now able to access the zapper, free of charge on a daily basis, till well.
Slippers have been modified by attaching aluminium foil on
the upper aspect, to which can be attached (as an alternative) the terminals
for the usual hand holds.
Playing cards and the local "Omweeso" [traditional East African
board game] are available to engage the three users at a time for the hour-long
zapping session. A clock for all to see, while electrocuting the free travellers
in human bodies, has been procured Other indoor games such as snakes and
ladders will be added in accordance with the wishes of the people. The females
may opt to use this time to weave mats, baskets, and other house hold items.
Water for drinking is now available at a rate of 'free' a
glass. The same solar panel may in the future be used for preparing the
colloidal water, and for charging the phone set. To my surprise in this
remote area, I picked a telephone signal. To cater for this, the unit will
be working from 7.am to 8.am charging colloid water. 8 AM to 4 PM: zapping
a total of 24 persons; 4 PM to 6PM: charging phone. Where else has there
been a more cost effective use?
Blood samples from 12 patients were taken to a lab to determine
reference points for health parameters. More than 24 patients have enrolled
as members for the zapping bar. Many more want to zap, but the sun shines
only eleven hours a day. Clinical symptoms are going to be recorded in each
Let's see what happens after a year. No blinking, folks!
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