Parasite Zapper

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Everyone
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About this game

The Hulda Clark Parasite Zapper can be built following the directions found in all of Dr. Clark's books. This game helps educate on the science of resonance, and the fact that all living things have a frequency that will destroy it. By using the resonant frequency of bacteria and other common germs, one can zap their invaders and live a better life.

The technology is over 100 years old, and killing germs with electricity was first discovered by Nikola Tesla while inventing the radio. Because the technology is old enough to be in the public domain, anyone can build or buy a zapper. It's basically a radio that plays a single note that kills germs. Very basic, but powerful science!

The game contains a reading from Dr. Clark's chapter on the Zapper. Listen as you play along. The game illustrates parasites, viruses, and bacteria, and it is up to you to do your best to zap each one as you go. If you've heard enough, you can click the green speaker at the top right to silence the reading and still hear game play.

ZAP Button: If you feel overwhelmed you have a red panic button you can use to kill all enemies at once, but it only works once per game. Save it for when you need it most.

If you bump into the wall, it will change the direction of your zapper. Use the little white arrows to adjust and direct where you send the zapping power.

Play with your friends to see who gets the highest score. If you are curious about a real Hulda Clark Zapper, be sure to visit HuldaClark.com for videos, build instructions, and info. Thanks so much for checking out our game!
Updated on
Oct 13, 2019

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