Setting up a Hulda Clark Plate Zapper: In Series
To connect the Zap Plate in series you will only need the two short banana leads that came with the Zap Plate.
Start with the first short lead and connect the two plates in series on one side of the Zap Plate.
Using the second short lead, connect the Zapper's red (+) Positive output to the Zap Plate. Test your zapper if you are not sure which output is (+).
Plug the red lead that came with your Zapper into the remaining port on the Zap Plate and clip to a copper pipe.
Black (-) ground lead and copper pipe connects to Zapper as usual.
All information on ways to experiment with a Zap Plate are in Dr. Clark's books at: HuldaClark.com
|The Clark Zapper is not intended for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease; not intended to affect the structure of any function of the body; not intended for medical or therapeutic purpose. The Zapper has not been evaluated or licensed as a medical device by the US FDA. Dr. Clark states to not experiment with a Zapper if pregnant or wearing a pace maker. All information is for educational purposes only. Talk with a health professional before attempting any self health program.|
To set up a Hulda Clark Plate Zapper you will need, a 30 kHz Zapper and a Zap Plate. The Frequency Generation brand Zap Plate can be set up either in series or parallel depending on the book you are using to guide your experiments. Zapper and Zap Plate are sold separately below:
Hulda Clark Zapper comes with two copper handles, two banana-alligator leads, one 9 volt battery, and set up instructions.
Zap Plate comes with two short banana leads, two long banana leads, alligator clip, and set up instructions.