Category Archives: Zapper Digital Ultra

What is the difference between the Rife Ultimate & Zapper Ultra?

Dr. Rife believe in the zapping concept – as did Dr. Clark.  Dr. Rife, however, believed in the use of light as another facet of his treatment.  The cost of his light machine is currently too high.  So – the difference between the machines is that the Rife Machine has left a connection in the electronics to hook up a light machine should they bring a less costly one to market.

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Rife Digital Ultimate Parts List

Click on the links below to see what is in the case.

 

RifeDigitalUltimateProductList – Parts List for the Rife Ultimate, what’s inside.

ZapperUltraProductList – Parts List for the Zapper Ultra, what’s inside

RifeBioresonanceProductList – Parts List for the Rife Bioresonance, what’s inside

ZapperMHzProductList – Parts List for the Zapper MHz Plus, what’s inside

 

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ETD vs the Universal List

ETD Updated Frequencies

How can I use the Universal List of frequencies with the Rifes and the Zappers?

The new machines are in Khz (kilohertz)

In order to use her old number she has to divide 3888 Hz by 1000 to give the KHZ number: So if the number you are trying to convert is 3888.88 then divide that by 1000 to get the KHZ number.

3888 / 1000 = 3.88Khz

Use 3.88Khz on the Rife Digital

The universal list is now over 5 years old and has not been updated.  She would be better using the newer updated ETD list, it has proven itself to be effective for thousands of clients.  (now about 6000 clients use ETD)

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Medically Approved Power Adapters

Meddically Approved Power Adapters

Medically approved power adapters that come with the Zapper MHz, Zapper Ultra, Rife Bioreonanz, and the Rife Ultimate

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Adding Alligator Clips to work with Accessories

Adding alligator clips to Rife or Zapper.  So I have included a ZIP file attachments with photos 1-6 showing you the step by step instructions to add alligator clips to the Rife / Zapper Digital models.

Please note that I only pictured the 9 inch cable for demonstration purposes.  The client must purchase the 40 inch RCA splitter cable or longer as there will be a requirement to use the cable on different parts of the body, therefore the extended cable is necessary.

Please also note that this alligator clip accessory will permit a user to adapt the Rife/Zapper Digital to other devices and accessories on the market such as zappicators and steel footplates.  We do not intend to market an accessory like this as a featured product anytime in the future, so clients may purchase these cheap accessories from Radio Shack or similar stores and follow this easy photo demonstration of how to connect Rife Digital to Alligator clips.

As you may know, we do not sell the Zappicators, because none of them work.  Bacteria thrive on the Zappicator when observed with a microscope.  This information and photos will be introduced later as time allows.

Below step by step:

Tools Required (Use 40" RCA Splitter)

2. Cut Plugs off RCA Splitter

Step 3: Use Wirestrpper to Cut Off Insulator from wire.

Step 4: Strip Wires As Shown

Step 5: Connect Wires to Alligator Clips

Step 6: Final Step

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HOW OFTEN DO YOU CHANGE THE PROGRAMS?

5.4. HOW OFTEN DO YOU CHANGE THE PROGRAMS?
Do not change the programs too often, but focus on one disease that you want to treat with one Frequency Set. Conduct regular treatments (5 days with 2 days rest), until your symptoms have disappeared. Sometimes it is recommended to use 2 different frequency sets for one particular illness; in this case switch between the 2 sets in weekly intervals. If you do not feel any change within 5 days, then you probably are working with a wrong frequency set and you should try something different.

Follow the above suggestions (5.4) for both the Rife machines and the Zappers and the client will soon decipher the most effective frequency set for treatment, from the 2 given sets.

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Differences Between the MHz and Ultra

These are a few of the differences between Megahertz and Ultra.

24Mhz Crystal Ultra (Mhz = 20mhz)
16.5volts Ultra (Mhz – 12v)
4500 M Amp Ultra (Mhz = 2000ma)

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