Tooth Zappicator for the VariZapper & VariGamma
We now have a version of the Tooth
Zappicator (as described by Dr. Hulda Clark in her latest edition
of "The Cure for HIV and AIDS," page 232) that is designed specifically
for the VariZapper and VariGamma.
This item DOES NOT INCLUDE a VariZapper or a VariGamma.
PLEASE NOTE: When using a Tooth
Zappicator DO NOT place the
zappicator head inside your mouth
against your teeth. It is designed to work by placing it on the OUTSIDE against your skin over the
area you wish to work on. You can place the head of the Tooth Zappicator
inside a plastic bag and then insert it into your mouth if you want,
but placing it on the outside will work just fine without the hassles.
This version of
the Tooth Zappicator is specifically made to work with the VariZapper
and VariGamma and INCLUDES
the 1K Zappicator Smart Key.
It's so easy to use
that all you have to do is simply unplug your regular cable from the
Super Zapper DeLuxe and plug the Tooth Zappicator's cable into
the connector at the top of the unit. Then insert the
1K Zappicator Smart Key into the slot and turn the unit on. That's it!
It uses a high-quality plastic handle with a specially selected North
Pole magnetic speaker on the end. The Tooth Zappicator is ruggedly built
and wired to ensure correct North polarization when connected to the
Vari Zapper or Vari Gamma. The Vari Zapper or Vari Gamma are NOT
Please Note: ALL Zappicators MUST be connected to the POSITIVE LEAD (normally the red
connector) from the zapper being used.
We cannot guarantee correct
operation or connection when used with other zappers, so you are on your
own if you are not using a VariZapper or VariGamma with this version
of the Tooth Zappicator. Please know what you are doing so you don't
waste your time and money. We only offer refunds on "as-new" items,
minus shipping charges.
Using a Syncrometer
Dr. Clark has found that the tooth zappicator renders many mouth toxins
and pathogens harmless. In the latest edition of "The Cure for HIV and
AIDS," page 232, Dr. Clark says:
"The tooth zappicator is held in place on top of the tooth ridge for
three to five minutes. A surge of immune power is induced, which removes
lanthanides, other metals, solvents, plastic remnants and bacteria all
at once. You should have taken germanium, selenite and vitamin C
If you have locations in the jawbones that appear infected or "soft"
on your X-ray, treat them next. They will have bio-accumulations of old
toothpaste, mouthwash, dental impression compound, etc.
Treat the whole tooth ridge, a segment at a time. Repeat on inner and
outer surfaces of the gums, making three sets of treatments altogether.
Don't miss the remaining teeth themselves.
Even when you are not able to search for them first, most hidden
cavitations can be systematically cleared by zappicating the whole upper
and lower jawbone. Do it yourself to be sure it is thorough.
After three zappicating treeatments, the plastic teeth no longer seep
dyes, and the stray amalgam that has saturated the tooth will be
chemically changed so that it can be removed by the immune system.
Tattoos are not removed.
Only a North Pole force coming from the loudspeaker has this effect.
Be sure to test the polarity of the loudspeaker with your compass before
There are no side effects, but remind yourself of what you are doing:
chasing all the metal, plastic and bacteria into your white blood cells
and to the kidneys for excretion.
Help the process with germanium, selenite, vitamin C, kidney magnets
and a lot of fluid to drink."
On page 233 and 234 she adds instructions for using the tooth
zappicator to harden plastic teeth and the soft tissues of the month.
Each Tooth Zappicator is tested to ensure that it has the correct
polarization specified by Dr. Clark, and is covered by a 5 year parts
and labor warranty on all internally mounted components. The handle is
made from hard plastic that will take a lot of wear and abuse, but, if
you press very hard, you may snap the magnet off the end, so please be
Click here to
read a personal account of Dr. Hulda Clark by Lyn Doerksen