Thursday, June 18, 2009

ZAPPERS TO CONSIDER

2012 UPDATE: 

IF YOU ARE STRAPPED FOR CASH, MOST OF US ARE, TRY THIS ONE:  Don Croft the maker of the Terminator II recommends the Basic Zapper for an affordable option.
http://www.ctbusters.com/shop/store/product/basic_zapper/


I BOUGHT THE ORIGINAL TERMINATOR II FOR ABOUT $120 YEARS AGO. I STILL HAVE IT AND USE IT REGULARLY. I CAN ABSOLUTELY VOUCH FOR THE DON CROFT MODEL.

Don Croft Terminator II
Modified from the original circuit published by Dr. Hulda Clark, the Terminator is manufactured by Don Croft. Don made the Terminator very small and attached the electrodes to the box. It's used by simply turning it on and putting it anywhere on the body where the electrodes can touch the skin.
Stick it in your sock against your ankle or strap it on your arm with an arm band. According to Don Croft, after an initial detox (very important!), you can use it continuously, up to 24 hours per day if need be, for very efficient and effective zapping.
Don developed a method of relaxing the body's natural defenses against electric current. This resistance makes it uncomfortable for some people to wear a zapper for very long. Don found that long periods of zapping is sometimes crucial in overcoming the more virulent parasites, such as Lyme disease and genital herpes. Other zapper makers have increased the current of their zappers in an attempt to increase their effectiveness. The result is their zapper is more effective in the short term, but is much more uncomfortable to wear, so very few people persevere with it.
The crystals used in the Terminator are a bridge between the user and the device which causes the electric current to be more compatible with the tissues. The Terminator is a totally unique product that has many wonderful features, including a Neodimium magnet, 2 spherical crystals, an Orgone generator, and a Mobius coil.

1 comment:

  1. A cheap zapper is a good place to start if you can not afford anything better. However, the more expensive zappers can definitely have an advantage over the cheaper ones.

    One thing for example, is that with the Terminator, the contacts are too small and too close together to get the best results. That aside, they work, just not as well as they should.

    A good guide is at http://best-zapper.com/ .

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