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Frequenz-Liste CAFL 2007 englisch
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Rife-Frequenz-Liste 1 Ken Adachi
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Zapper
siehe auch: Elektromedizin

Clark-Frequenzliste

www.stenulson.net/althealth/hcfreqs.txt Stand 20.12.1998 siehe auch und

Clark-Frequenzen aus dem Buch Clark: "Heilung ist möglich". Dies ist kein "Rezept" für Abhilfe. Man kann ausprobieren was hilft.

Hulda Clark's frequencies from "The Cure For All Diseases". My sincere thanks to Hulda Clark for giving permission in her book to pass on this information! Editor's Note: three extra frequencies have been added into this list, with a " ** "in front of the entry, for the "Adenovirus"; recently, some cold- like symptoms are being found to not be responsive to use of the 393KHz, which has so often done the job in the past. These are added into this list as other possible experimental frequencies.

PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT THESE FREQUENCIES ARE THE PRIMARY RESONANT FREQUENCIES, LISTED IN KHZ! These primary frequencies were detected directly by Hulda Clark in her research.

To relate these to "Rife Frequencies", which are limited to much lower audio range frequencies due to the technical limitations of the equipment, or to translate these higher frequencies into a frequency which can be set on the EMEM2, EMEM2+, or the Rife/ Bare Radiant Plasma systems, divide the CLARK frequency found here by 512. If this result is still beyond the generation range of your device, try dividing these CLARK Frequencies by 256.

Our Thanks to Brian McInturff and others for their input on this frequency translation process. When these primary CLARK frequencies are known, it may be most effective to work with a device capable of generating these frequencies *AS A PULSED DC SQUARE WAVE* with a waveform rise time of 100nS or faster for optimum effect, according to many researchers.

The Zapper HFA-4AV and HFA-4AVR models have a 75nS rise time on the output waveform, and can generate frequencies from below 8 Hz to typically 1.3+ MHz, with an adjustable outputvoltage amplitude of from 5 volts to 14 volts. This may be the only device available in any price range that has this capability, especially in a portable rechargable format.

Hulda Clarks Frequencies

MOLD, MOLD TOXIN, SLIME MOLDS           Freq 
                                        (KHz)
Agyfla                                  81
Lycogala                                126
Stemonius                               211

Other molds and mold toxins             KHz  
Aflatoxin                               177, 188  
Cytochalasin B                          77, 91    
Ergot                                   295
Griseofulvin                            288
Sorghum syrup                           277
Sterigmatocystin                        88, 96, 133, 126
Zearalenone                             100


BACTERIA AND VIRUSES                    Low Freq.   High Freq.  Use for
                                        (KHz)       (KHz)       3 min             
Acetobacter aceti
Adenovirus                              393         393         393
Adenovirus (2nd range)                  371.45      386.90      (375?)
*  Adenovirus  (3rd range)                                      371
*  Adenovirus  (4th range)                                      334
*  Adenovirus? (5th range- much higher)                         568
Agrobacterium tumefaciens
Alcaligenes faecalis
Alpha streptococcus                     369.75      385.4       380, 375
Azobacter chroococcum
Bacillus anthracis                      393.5       398.05      395
   causes anthrax in cattle (tooth)
Bacillus anthracis (2nd range)          363.2       365.3       364
Bacillus anthracis (3rd range)          359.4       370.5       368
Bacillus anthracis spores               391.45      386.95      388
Bacillus cereus                         373.65      375.85      374.5
Bacillus megaterium
Bacillus sterothennophilus
Bacillus subtilis spores
Bacillus subtilis var. niger            371.85      387.1       385, 380, 375
Bacteria capsules (capsular strain)     416.05      418.75      417.5
Bacterial capsules                      362.4       357.6       360
Bacteroides fragilis found with         324.3       325.0       325
   common roundworm Ascaris
Bacteroides fragilis (2nd range)        325.7       326.0
Beta streptococcus (tooth)              380.6       387.4       385
Blepharisma                             405.65      407.45      406.5
Bordetella pertussis                    329.85      332.25      331
   "whooping cough" (tooth)
Borellia burgdorferi Lyme disease       378.95      382.0       380
Branhamella (Neisseria) catarrhalis     394.9       396.7       396
   (has hole at 398)
Brucella abortus
Cabbage Black Rot
Campylobacterfetus smear                365.3       370.6       368
Campylobacter pyloridis                 352.0       357.2       355
Candida albicans (pure powder)          384.2       388.4       386
   common yeast
Caulobacter vibrioides
Central spores (bacillus smear)         372.45      378.65      376
Chlamydia trachomatis                   379.7       383.95      381
Clostridium acetobutylicum              382.8       391.15      389, 384
Clostridium botulinum (tooth)           361.0       364.55      362
   causes food poisoning
Clostridium pedringens
Clostridiurn perrringens spores         394.2       393.1       396
Clostridiurn septicum                   362.05      365.6       364
Clostridium sporogenes
Clostridium tetani (tooth) causes tetanus
Corynebacterium diptheriae (tooth)      340         344         342
   causes diphtheria
Corrynebacterium pseudodiphthericum
Corynebacterium xerosis                 3l5.65      316.8       316.0
Coxsackie virus B-I                     360.5       366.1       364
   found with Bacteroides fragilis
Coxsackievirus B4                       361.45      363.7       362.5
   found with Bacteroides fragilis
Coxsackie virus BA (2nd range)          363.9       364.9
Crithidia fasciculata
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) antigen           403.35      410.75      409
Cytophaga rubra                         428.1       432.2       430
Diplococcus diphtheriae                 357.95      364.0       361
Diplococcus pneumoniae                  351.65      368.45      365, 360
Elkanella corroderis                    379.5       384.3       382
Enterobacter aerogenes intestinal       374         374         374
   bacterium
Epstein Barr virus (EBV)                372.5       382.35      380, 375
Erwinia amylovora                       347.2       352.1       350
Erwinia carotovora                      363.1       377.0       373
Escherichia coli (E. coli)              356         356         356
intestinal bacterium
Escherichia coil (E. coli) (2nd range)  392         393         393
Gaffkya tetragena                       344.85      352.5       350
causes respiratory infections
Gardnereila vaginalis                   333.0       342.55      340
ovarian and genital tract infection
Haemophilus influenzae                  336.41      336.41      336
bacterial meningitis, infects joints
Hepatitis B antigen                     414.55      420.8       413
Herpes simplex I                        291.25      293.05      292
Herpes simplex 1(2nd range)             345.35      345.76      345.5
Herpes simplex 2 (fresh smear)          353.9       362.9       360, 355
Herpes Zoster "shingles"                416.6       420.2       413
Histomonas meleagridis (liver)          376.55      373.7       377
Histoplasma capsulatum                  293.3       304.35      302
HIV                                     365         365         365
Influenza A and B (flu shot)            313.35      323.9       320, 315
Iron Bacterium Sphaerotilus
Klebsiella pneumoniae causes            393.45      404.66      401
   pneumonia
Klebsiella pneumoniae (2nd range)       416.9       421.9       419
Lactobacillus acidophilus (tooth)       346.05      351.65      349
Leptospira interrogans Spirochete       397.05      401.1       399
Lumpy Jaw
Measles antigen                         369.5       373.0       371
Micrococcus luteus
Micrococcus roseus
Mumps antigen                           377.6       384.65      382
Mycobacterium para TB
Mycobacterium phlei                     409.65      410.65      410.0
Mycobacterium smegmatis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (infect.     430.55      434.2       432
   nodule) causes tuberculosis
Mycoplasma                              322.85      323.9       323.5
Mycoplasma (range 2)                    342.75      349.3       346
Neisseria gonorrhea causes gonorrhea    333.85      336.5       334
Neisseria sicca
Nocardiaasteroides                      354.95      355.35      355.1
   found in Parkinson's disease
Norcardia asteroides (2nd range)        363.7       370         368
Propionobacterium acnes                 383.75      389.0       387
Proteus mirabilis                       320.55      326.0       324
Proteus mirabilis (2nd range)           345.95      352.1       349
Proteus vulgaris urinary tract pathogen 408.75      416.45      413
Proteus vulgaris (2nd range)            333.75      339.15
Proteus vulgaris (3rd range)            327.2       329.5
Pseudomonas aeruginosa                  331.25      334.6       333
found in open wounds    
Pseudomonas fluonescens
Respiratory syncytial virus             378.95      383.15      380
Rhizobium leguminosarum
Salmonella enteriditis intestinal       329         329         329
   infection
Salmonella paratyphi                    365.05      370.1       368
Salmonella typnimurium                  382.3       386.55      385, 386
food poisoning, nenvousness, apathy
Serratia marcescens                     349.45      352.1       351
Shigella dysenteriae intestinal problem 390.089     390.089     390.089
Shigella flexneri depression            394         394         394
Shigella sonnei invades tumors          318         318         318
Sphaerotilus natans                     388.4       393.45      391
Spirillum itersonil
Spirillum serpens                       378.35      382.8       380
Spirillum sinuosum
Spirillum volutans
Spores in bacteria spore stain
Staphylococcus aureus (culture)         376.27      380.85      378
Staphylococcus aureus (slide) source is 381         381         381
   tooth infection, causes abscesses, 
   heart disease, invades tumors
Staphylococcus epidenmidis; infects
   skin and mucous membranes
Streptococcus lactis occurs in milk     382         387         385
Streptococcus mitis : lung infection,   313.8       321.1       318
   tooth infection abscesses,causes stiff knees
Streptococcus pneumoniae causes         366.85      370.2       368
   pneumonia and inner ear disease
Streptococcus pyogenes (tooth)          360.5       375.3       373
Streptococcus sp. group G (tooth)       368.15      368.85      368
Sub terminal spores bac. smear          385.15      385.95
Terminal spores bacillus smear
Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco)          427.15      429.55      428
Treponema pallidum: causes syphilis     346.85      347.4       347
Troglodytella abrassari                 377.75      385.2       383
Troglodytella abrassari (2nd range)     416.9       422.2       419
Veillonella dispar                      401.75      405.2       403
Vibrio (photobacterium) fischeri

ROUNDWORMS, FLATWORMS, ONE-CELLED ANIMALS
                                        
Acanthocephala
Anaplasma marginale                     386.4       388.0       387
Anaplasma rnarginale (2nd range)        415.3       424         422
Ancylostoma braziliense (adult)         397.6       403.25      401
Ancylostoma caninum                     383.1       402.9       400, 393, 386
Ancylostoma duodenale male
Anguillula aceti
Ascaris larvae in lung                  404.9       409.15      408
   common roundworm of cats and dogs
Ascaris lumbricoides (m and f)                                  same
Ascaris megalocephala (male)            403.85      409.7       408
Babesia bigemina
Babesia canis smear
Balantidium coli cysts                  458.8       462.9       460
Balantidium sp. trophozoites (from
   guinea pig) parasitic ciliate
Besnoitia (lung sect.) protozoan        352.8       361.4       358
Capillaria hepatica (liver sect)        424.25      430.65      428
Chilomastix cysts (rat)                 388.95      390.7       389
ChiIomastix cysts (rat) (2nd range)     425.2       427.3       426
Chilomastix mesnili (trophozoites)                              same
Chilomonas, whole mount                 393.75      400         398
Clinostomum metacercaria
Clonorchis metacercariae
Clonorchis sinensis                     425.7       428.75      427
Clonorchis sinensis eggs
Cryptocotyle lingua (adult)             409.95      416.0       414
Didinium
Dientamoeba fragilis                    401.35      406.05      404
Dipetalonema perstans (microfilaria
human blood)
Dirofilaria immitis dog heartworm       408.15      411.15      409
Echinoporyphium recurvatum              418.55      423.9       421
Echinostoma revolutum                   425.5       429.65      428
Eimeria stiedac
Eimeria tenella
Endamoeba gingivalis trophozoite        433.8       441.0       438
Endolimax nana trophozoites and cysts   394.25      397.1       396
Endolimax nana trophozoites and cysts   430.5       433.35      432
(2nd range)
Entamoeba coil cysts
Entamoeba coil trophozoites             397.0       400.35      396
Entamoeba histolytica trophozoite       381.1       367.8       385
Enterobius vernicularis                 420.95      425.3       423
Eurytrema pancreaticum                  420.35      422.3       421
Eurytrema pancreaticum stages
Fasciola hepatica                       421.35      427.3       425
Fasciola hepatica cercariac             423.8       430.6       427
Fasciola hepatica eggs                  422.0       427.6       425
Fasciola hepatica metacercariae
Fasciola hepatica miracidia             421.75      424.7       423
Fasciola hepatica rediae                420.6       427.5       425
Fasciolopsis buskii adult               427.7       435.1       434
Fasciolopsis buskil eggs                427.35      435.45      434
Fasciolopsis buskii eggs unincubated
Fasciolopsis cercariae                  429.5       435.25      434
Fasciolopsis miracidia                  427.35      435.2       434
Fasciolopsis rediae                     427.3       433.0       432
Fischoedrius elongatus                  441.75      443.2       442
Gastrothylax elongatus                  451.9       457.1       455
Giardia lamblia (trophozoites)          421.4       426.3       424
Giardia lamblia cysts
Gyrodactylus                            378.75      381.8       380
Haemonchus contortus                    386.8       395.5       393
Haemoproteus
Hasstile sig. tricolor (adult)          448.05      455.1       453
Heterakis
Hypodereum conoideum                    424.45      429.55      427
lodamoeba butschlii trophozclles and    437.85      448.5       445
   cysts
lodamoeba butschlii trophozoites and    398.15      404.75      402
   cysts (2nd range)
Leishmania braziliensis                 400.05      405.1       403
Leishmania donovani                     398.0       402.65      400
Leishmania mexicana                     400.2       403.8       402
Leishmania tropica                      402.1       407.4       405
Leucocytozoon                           397.46      402.55      400
Loa Ioa                                 360.551     360.551     361
Macracanthorhynchus                     438.85      442.8       440
Metagonimus Yokogawai                   437.35      442.1       440
Monocystis agilis
Myxosoma                                409.6       416.95      414
Naegleria fowleri                       356.9       354.35      362
Naegleria fowleri (brain sec.)
Necator americanus (infect larvae)
Notocotylus quinqeserialis
Onchocerca volvulus (tumor)             435.3       442.1       440
Paragonimus Westermanil adult           437.8       454.2       452, 447
Passalurus ambiguus                     428.8       444.15      441, 437
Pelomyxa carolinensis
Plasmodium cynomolgi                    417.3       424.5       422
Plasmodium falciparum smear             372.3       373.8       373.0
Plasmodium vivax smear                  438.15      445.1       442
Platynosomum fastosum adult
Pneumocystis carnil (lung)              405.75      409.15      407
Prostnogonimus macrorchis(eggs)         396.85      404.75      401
Sarcina lutea
Sarcocystis                             450.55      454.95      452
Schistosoma haematobium                 473         473         473
Schistosoma japonicum eggs
Schistosoma mansoni                     353         353         353
Stephanurus dentalus (ova)              467.35      463.1       461
Stigeoclonium                           404.25      415.25      412, 407
Strongyloides (filariform larva)        398.4       402.0       400
Strongyloides parasitic females
Toxocara (eggs)
Toxoplasma (human strain)               395.0       395.0       395
Trichinella spiralis (muscle)           403.85      405.57      404.5
Trichomonas muris
Trichomonas vaginalis                   378.0       383.6       381
Trichuris sp. (male)                    388.3       408.9       406
Trypanosoma brucel                      423.2       431.4       429
Trypanosoma cruzi (brain tissue)        460.2       465.65      463
Trypanosoma equiperdum                  434.6       451.25      443. 442, 436
Trypanosoma gambiense                   393.75      393.7       396
Trypanosoma lewisi (blood smear)        424.5       426.0       425
Trypanosoma rhodesiense                 423.5       423.55      426
Urocleidus                              442.35      450.0       447

WART FREQUENCIES (Most of these are from homemade slides.)
                                      
Wart BS                                 402         406         404
Wart CC                                 426         432.35      430
Wart FR                                 459.3       464.75      462
Wart HA                                 434.3       444.1       442, 437
Wart HRCm                               436.9       443.55      446, 441
Wart human papilloma planar             404.7       406.75      405
Wart human papilloma virus              402.85      410.7       407
Wart JB                                 418.75      422.4       420
Wart L arm                              343.65      345.95      344
Wart papilloma cervix smear             404.05      404.6       404.3
Tapeworms
Tapeworms are segmented. The first segment is the head, called the scolex. Tapeworms grow by adding a new segment to their body. Tapeworms can have very large bandwidths (range of frequencies), and it varies by the length of the specimen! It is as if each new segment has a unique, and slightly lower, frequency. Do not use a frequency generator to kill tapeworms. If you accidentally kill middle segments instead of working your way up from the bottom, you may conceivably reach dispersion! Use only a zapper.

(Editor's Note: By this, Hulda means to use only a device producing a pulsed DC square wave output.)
TAPEWORM FREQUENCIES                            Low Freq.       High Freq. 
                                                (KHz)           (KHz)  
Cysticercus fasciolaris                         436.4           440.05
Diphyllobothrium erinacei(Mansoni)(scolex)      467.25          487.55
Diphyllobothrium erinacei eggs
Diphyllobothrium latum (scolex)                 452.9           472.3
Dipylidium caninum (proglottid composite)       439.55          444.3          
Dipylidium caninum (scolex)                     451.95          472.15
Echinococcus granulosus                         451.6           461.5
Echinococcus granulosus (cysts)                 441.15          446.5
Echinococcus granulosus (eggs)
Echinococcus multilocularis                     455.85          458.35
Heterophytesa heterophytes              
Hymenolepsis cysticercoides                     478.0           481.75
Hymenolepsis diminuta                           445             481.15
Hymenolepsis diminuta ova
Hymenolepsisnana eggs
Moniezia (scolex)                               430.35          465.2
Moniezia expansa (composite)                    430.35          465.2
Moniezia expansa eggs
Multiceps serialis                              453.6           457.8
Pigeon tapeworm
Taenia pisiformus (cysticercus)                 475.2           482.1
Taenia pisiformus eggs (ova)                    465.2           469.7
Taenia saginata (cysticercus)                   476.5           481.05
Taenia saginata eggs                    
Taenia solium (cysticercus)                     475             475
Taenia solium (scolex)                          444.0           448.9
Taenia solium eggs


MITE FREQUENCIES: These are the organisms that cold viruses ride in with!
                                                Freq. (KHz)
Demodex folliculorum : folicle mite             682
Dermatophagoides : dust mite                    707
Meal Mite                                       718
Ornithonyssus : bird mite                       877, 878
Scarcoptes scabei : itch                        735

MISCELLANEOUS FREQUENCIES

Blue-green Algae                                256
Bryozoa cristatalla                             396
Mucor mucedo                                    288
Rhizobium meliloti                              330
Rotifer                                         1151

UNIDENTIFIED PATHOGENS                          Low Freq.       High Freq.
                                                (KHz)           (KHz)
A Cold Virus HRC                                395.8           395.8
Fungus EW                                       362.0           364.9
Fungus JWB                                      397.2           400.75
Tooth Decay                                     384.3           387.2
Tooth Decay (N)                                 367.9           375.05
Tooth Decay (N) (2nd range)                     326.95          331.5
Tooth Decay (N) (3rd Range)                     293.2           297.4
Tooth Plaque I                                  378.8           383.05
Tooth Plaque I (2nd Range)                      294.7           298.05
Tooth Plaque I (3rd Range)                      233.1           238.2
Tooth Plaque II                                 384.95          387.05
Tooth Plaque II (2nd Range)                     278.75          284
Tooth Plaque II (3rd Range)                     212.15          218
Tooth Plaque II (4th Range)                     340.15          344.8
Tooth Plaque II (5th Range)                     305.5           310.35   
NOTE: This frequency table data is reproduced from Hulda Regehr Clarks book "THE CURE FOR ALL DISEASES", Copyright 1995. On the title page can be read: "Permission is hereby granted to make copies of any part of this document for non-commercial purposes provided this page with the original copyright notice is included".

(überarbeitet Dr. Weisser 22.5.2013 - wer Fehler findet - bitte melden !)

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