by Dr Hulda Clark
‘For plate-zapping, stay connected for 20 minutes at any one tissue location, and move on to others after that.
Testing the Zapper
Trying the zapper on an illness to see “if it works” is not useful. Your symptoms may be due to a non-parasite. Or you may reinfect within hours of zapping. The best way to test your device is to find a few invaders that you currently have. (This is described in the Syncrometer® Science Laboratory Manual. This gives you an exact starting point. Then zap yourself. After the triple zapping, none of these invaders should be present. If they do survive, especially the larger ones like Fasciola flukes, they are undoubtedly saturated by an insulating substance such as PCBs, Freon or benzene. For this reason, plate-zapping is chosen.
By passing the zapper current through a capacitor plate in the same manner as the Syncrometer® current, a similar effect can be observed. The item placed on the plate directs or invites the current; in fact, nothing else will be zapped. My interpretation is that the capacitor plate on the resonance box has a “standing wave” relationship to an identical capacitance in your body (actually, a capacitance-inductance unit), making the resistance between them essentially zero.
For detailed instructions see the Plate-Zapping Schedule on page 94.