Subject: Positive Offset
Date: Fri, August 27, 2010
To: Ken Adachi
Have you come up with a conclusion regarding zappers with a positive offset signal
versus those with biphasic signals ?
Why Hulda Clark states that the signal must be positive have a positive offset
(galvanic component) ? She gives no explanation of why or how.
On the other hand Bob Beck recommends a biphasic wave..
Who is right ?
Hulda explains very well in her books why she uses positive offset. And I've explained it as well in many articles, including the MST description page Positive offset kills a wide spectrum of pathogens, while a negative voltage will invigorate and sustain pathogen growth. We see a similar situation with permanent magnets. A South pole magnetic field will stimulate pathogen growth, while a North pole magnetic field will subdue and discourage growth.
Beck's use of a bi-phasic current waveform was intended to avoid electrolysis related problems and prevent body fluid ions from migrating towards the electrodes. His application of the signal uses an entirely different protocol than zapping with the Hulda Clark style zapper. In Beck's case, the electrodes are placed over arteries that are located close to the skin's surface. The very low frequency signal is radiating an electro-magnetic field which is penetrating the blood stream that is flowing through the arteries. By inducing a 50-100 microampere current flow in the blood, the outer protein coating of viruses, like HIV, are adversely affected and prevent an enzyme, reverse transcriptase, from forming, which in turn prevents the replication of the virus.
Two entirely different processes, achieving two different outcomes. It's not a case of who is "right". They are simply different.
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