I was so excited to find your site and information.
I’ve been reading up everything on your site about the zapper. I also wanted to know more and did a few searches to find out any cons on using a zapper. So of course I found some info I wanted to check with you to get your take on it.
Some people mentioned the possible effect of bugs the zapper won’t kill to be disrupted and travel to other areas and set home where it becomes more dangerous as the brain or where the currents can’t touch them. Is this the case? I became worried about it and would like to know what your take on it is.
I really appreciate any information on this regard.
Thank you for your work!
Thx, Heidi. I’ll post that disinfo and the following response in a blog on our site 😉
In fact, in the 22 years we’ve been in this biz we’ve never seen evidence of this happening. I think that more and more people have figured out that one of the telltale signs of disinformation is that the person spreading it is not accountable for sharing any compelling evidence. In most cases, they don’t even share their identities. I insist on being held accountable, as I think most people do. There’s a literal army of unaccountable people (and ‘committee’s’ of people who use individuals as fronts) spreading disinformation and fear porn on the internet, now. The pharma/med cartel have an awful lot to lose from the spread of this simple and empowering tech and they have easy access to this resource.
You can probably assume that if anyone had ever been harmed by a battery-powered zapper the entire industry would be shut down and those of us who are in the front row would be railroaded into prison. Nobody has ever been harmed, in fact.
The only time I saw a zapper fail to get rid of a species of parasites was when a woman in Oregon used one of my earliest, very basic models (1997) to attempt to clear up her severe hookworm infestation. I was present with her for few weeks, nearly every day. Hookworms have shells, so in the presence of microcurrent they don’t lose their skin integrity, which is apparently how zappers destroy parasites. I wasn’t around her enough to know whether zapping daily would clear up the problem at the end of the hookworm life cycle by constantly destroying the earlier, unshielded stages of the worms but I believe that’s what happened. I’ll ask our East African associates to watch for people with hookworm infestations, invite them to use zappers and then send me the feedback. The Terminator model might destroy the adult stages, for instance. They’ve been terrific over the years about sharing their zapper field data with me. They post reports on our international blogsite, ethericwarriors.com.
Oddly, since then I haven’t heard from any customers who had hookworms, which are tropical. She evidently got infected with them from getting a cut on her hand from a dead poinsettia plant. This was before I started adding subtle energy elements to zappers.
The photo of freshly killed, large intestinal worms on our homepage clearly shows this disintegration process. These worms were taken during a colonic irrigation; by the time most people (who are observant) see dead worms in the toilet from zapping they look like strings or spots of mucus, rather.