Sorry for the delayed response, but I just read your e-mail today, April 27. Thanks for bringing this web site to my attention.
Concerning your note, you should understand that the web site you have referred to is not owned, nor are the products endorsed, by Dr Hulda Clark, although the web site owners want you to assume otherwise, since they've pasted her picture and name all over the site, including the site's url. The owners of this web site clearly wish to capitalize on Dr Clark's reputation, but the products they offer are not hers, nor are they sanctioned by her, including the colloidal gold machine.
If you read Hulda Clark's books, she warns of the dangers of gold in the body and points out that brain-damaging prions and Salmonella (food poison bugs), for instance, NEED gold to replicate and thrive in the body. She talks about different methods of removing gold and other metals from the body. She's certainly not going to recommend using a colloidal gold machine when she's trying so hard in her books to convince you to avoid having gold in the body.
The ONLY web sites that are sanctioned by Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark are:
These are the first two paragraphs seen at Dr Hulda Clark's web site, the GENUINE web site owned by Dr. Hulda Clark:-
There are other websites and companies using my name, selling my books, or selling products that claim to be approved by me, but with two exceptions, I am not affiliated with, and have no control over, any other website or company. The two exceptions are this page, www.huldaclark.net and www.newcenturypress.com, because New Century Press publishes my books.
I am glad to see so many other websites offering my books for sale, or quoting passages from them. I wish them well. As the copyright notice in my books states, anyone is free to copy the text of my books for any non-commercial purpose, and that includes posting passages on the internet. The internet is heaven-sent for the broad disemination of ideas, especially new or controversial ones. Please keep in mind, however, that no other website speaks for me.
The owners of the web site selling the colloidal gold machine have been influenced and perhaps inspired by Hulda Clark's writings, but they skew some of the information presented there to favor their products and some of their information is erroneous. For example, they define a "zapper" as a device that was originally designed by Dr Bob Beck. That's not true at all. (1)
First, the application of frequency therapy dates back to the end of the 19th century when there were many devices in use. Royal Rife raised the art of frequency therapy to a new level with his stunning accomplishments in defeating cancer in the 1930s. Bob Beck designed a circuit intended for external application of a low frequency electro-magnetic field that would produce a 50-100 microampere flow of current in the arteries located in the wrist, based on the research findings of Kaali and Lyman of Albert Einstein Medical College in New York City. Beck called his device an "electrifier", not a zapper. Dr Clark's 30kHz, single frequency design was originated by her and had nothing to do with the research of Bob Beck. In turn, Bob Beck's electrifier circuit design is completely different than that of the Hulda Clark's positive offset zapper.
Second, this web site also defines a "zapper" as an electronic device producing a range of frequencies from 1- 100 KHz, which is a description of their frequency generator being offered for sale. While a zapper could have an adjustable frequency output, it could also have a single frequency output and still be called a zapper. I can see that they are dilettantes when it comes to Dr Clark's research because the frequency generator these people are selling has an output of only 5 volts pulsing DC, while Hulda Clark recommends a MINIMUM of 9 volts pulsing, positive offset DC to effectively zap ALL species of pathogens. (2)
Third, while this web site tells you that their frequency device will ".. eliminates all parasites, bacteria, amoeba and viruses that live within this 100,000hz band", they DON'T tell you that there are many species of pathogens that have a higher resonant frequency than 100 KHz, as seen in the pathogen frequency charts published in all of Hulda Clark's books. Therefore, if you're going to adhere to Dr. Clark's research, you should be offering a generator that goes up to at least 1 megahertz, which is 10 times higher in frequency band than 100 KHz.
So while the photos look nice and the spiel sounds convincing, these people don't really know what they're talking about when it comes to the research discoveries of Hulda Clark, because if they did, they wouldn't be offering a colloidal gold machine and touting the bulleted Wonders associated with taking colloidal gold. They would know better.
(1) WHO INVENTED THE ZAPPER?
Dr Robert Beck was the original designer of the Zapper, which he called a “BLOOD CLEANSING DEVICE”. However through Dr Hulda Clark's remarkable achievements in curing thousands of people of cancers using Zapper Technology with natural therapies, she became famous for the Dr Hulda Clark ZAPPER.
(2) HOW DOES ZAPPER DIGITAL WORK?
The Zapper is an electronic device producing an adjustable frequency of 1hz – 100Khz @ 5.0 volts DC which is the most successful bandwidth for eliminating bacteria and parasites through the hand held copper terminals. The pulsing action of the positive terminal sends an electronic “wave” through the body, which eliminates all parasites, bacteria, amoeba and viruses that live within this 100,000hz band. This positive current detaches the negatively charged bacteria from their electro-magnetic adhesion in the body, so that the immune system can fight them. The frequencies can be dialed up according to the particular illness you are working with.
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