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German MiniZAP versus the SOTA Beck Electrifier Design
August 28, 2010

German MiniZAP versus the SOTA Beck Electrifier Design (Aug. 28, 2010)

Subject: RE: hiv
From: Samir
Date: Sat, August 28, 2010
To: Ken Adachi

Dear Ken,

Please be patient with me as I'm opting for an alternative way for medical issues for me and my family. There is on the web the MINIZAPP digital device claiming that beeing the ultimate machine as it eliminates skin current resistance that usually changes the frequency while the minizapp uses CCC current control computed which as they claim eliminates variations caused by the 9v battery when weak.... How true is this info plz

Best regards,



Hi Samir,

The original Beck design from SOTA is the model which I make available. All of the trials and Hospital Review Board studies which Beck talked about in his lectures was based on this model design. Therefore, the effectiveness of the blood electrification therapy was established using the SOTA type design, and not the current controlled MiniZAP model which the German company is offering.

The MiniZAP is over complicated in my opinion and costs more than the SOTA design. I get about $382 USD plus shipping for the MiniZAP.

The SOTA unit is available at $215 + shipping, a difference of $167. THAT'S A LOT OF MONEY.

The MiniZAP description page talks about things which cannot be proven. Having a LCD meter which indicates current flow that goes out of the unit does NOT tell you what the current flow inside the artery is going to be. They are only speculating about that. There are many variables to consider in that regard.

Beck did not use a current controlled design because it's NOT NECESSARY. You control the current by adjusting the rheostat which controls the voltage until you feel a slight tingling sensation under the wrist electrodes. You don't need to see a visual readout of the current from the unit because it doesn't equate to a certain current flow in the bloodstream. The slight tingling sensation is what Beck used to gauge the correct setting for his design and that's all you need.

Germans are very good engineers and make nice stuff, but the original design is less complicated and more discrete since it uses a thin pair of wires from the electrodes running to the electrifier. The electrifier itself can be HIDDEN by strapping it to the upper forearm or arm or, better yet, carrying it in your pocket and the snaking the wires inside your shirt. To carry the Beck electrifier in my left pants pocket, I cut a small hole in the pocket and snaked the wire into my pants, under my shirt, and down to the wrist. I could then reach into my left pocket and adjust the voltage without anyone knowing that I was wearing the electrifier. No one could tell I was electrifying. Currently, SOTA is using a shorter wire than what they originally had, but it's not a big deal to add an extension cable (Radio shack) if you want to keep the unit in your pants pocket. .

The MiniZAP CAN BE SEEN while wearing it, while the original Beck design can be completely concealed. If you're trying to work around other people with the MiniZAP on your wrist, they will constantly be asking you "What are you wearing there?" Do you want that?

Paying extra for the constant controlled current is nice, but it's an unnecessary expense. You accomplish the same goal by adjusting the rheostat on the SOTA unit for a slight tingling sensation.

The German company put a lot of time and expense into making that design and now they are trying to corner the market as best they can by touting how SUPERIOR their design is. That's what SELLING is all about. I don't blame them, they want to make money, but Bell and Whistles are NOT necessary. The basic Beck design is all that is needed.


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