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Hulda Clarks Frequencies

MOLD, MOLD TOXIN, SLIME MOLDS Freq (kHz) Agyfla 81 Lycogala 126 Stemonius 211 other molds and mold toxins 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 371.85 387.1 Bacillus megaterium Bacillus sterothennophilus 385 Bacillus sub380. 375, 416.05 Bacteria capsules (capsular strain) 418.75 417.5 362.4 Bacterial capsules 357.6 360 324.3 Bacteroides fragilis found with 325.0 325 2 common roundworm Ascaris Bacteroides fragilis (325.7nd range) 326.0 380.6 Beta streptococcus (tooth) 387.4 385 405.65 407.45 406.5ella 329.85 Blepharisma 332.25 331 378.95 "whooping cough" (tooth) Borellia burgdorferi Lyme disease 382.0 380 394.9 Branhamella (Neisseria) catarrhalis 396.7 396 398 (has hole at 365.3) Brucella abortus Cabbage Black Red Campylobacter fetus smear 370.6 368 352.0 Campylobacter pyloridis 357.2ans powder 355ans 384.2 388.4 ) 386 372.45 378.65 common yeast Caulobacter vibrioides Central spor es (bacillus smear) 376 379.7 383.95 Chlamydia trachomatis 381 382.8 391.15 Clostridium acetobutylicum 389 384 361.0, 364.55 Clostridium botulinum (tooth) 362 394.2 393.1 causes food poisoning Clostridium pedringens 396 clostridiurn ) causes tetanus Corynebacterium diptheriae (tooth) 362.05 365.6 364 causes diphtheria Corrynebacterium pseudodiphthericum Corynebacterium xerosis 340l344 342 3 Coxsackie virus BI 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 tetzta 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 I 291.25 293.05 292 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 A 365 and 365 B 313.35 Influenza (flu shot) 323.9 320 315, 393.45 Iron Bacterium Sphaerotilus Klebsiella pneumoniae causes 404.66 401 2 pneumonia Klebsiella pneumoniae (416.9nd range) 421.9 419 346.05 Lactobacillus acidophilus (tooth) 351.65 349 397.05 Leptospira interrogans 401.1 399 Leptospira interrogans 369.5 373.0 Leptospira interrogans Spirochete 371 377.6 luteus Micrococcus roseus Mumps antigen 384.65 382 409.65 Mycobacterium para TB Mycobacteriumphlei 410.65 410.0 XNUMX 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 a. 355.1 Proteus mirabilis 2 363.7 370 Proteus mirabilis (368nd range) 383.75 389.0 387 Proteus vulgaris urinary tract pathogen 320.55 326.0 324 Proteus vulgaris (2nd range) 345.95 352.1 Proteus vulgaris (349rd range) 408.75 416.45 Pseudomonas aeras widenones 413 Pseudomonas aeras wounds 2 found syncytial virus 333.75 339.15 3 Rhizobium leguminosarum Salmonella enteriditis intestinal 327.2 329.5 331.25 infection Salmonella paratyphi 334.6 333 378.95 Salmonella typnimurium 383.15 380 329, 329 food poisoning, nenvousness, apathy Serratia marcescens. 329. 365.05 Shetiaeigestel 370.1 la flexneri depression 368 382.3 386.55 Shigella sonnei invades tumors 385 386 349.45 Sphaerotilus natans 352.1 351 390.089 Spirillum itersonil Spirillum serpens 390.089 390.089 394 Spirillum sinuosum Spirillum volutans Spores in source bacteria spore stain 394. slideoccus aureus 394 318 318 tooth infection, causes abscesses, heart disease, invades tumors Staphylococcus epidenmidis; infects skin and mucous membranes Streptococcus lactis occurs in milk 318 388.4 393.45 Streptococcus mitis: lung infection, 391 378.35 382.8 tooth infection abscesses, causes stiff knees Streptococcus pneumoniae causes 380 376.27 380.85 pneumonia and inner ear disease Streptococcus pyogenes (tooth sp378 381 381 381 382 . 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 f.e. FLATWORMS, ONE-CELLED ANIMALS Acanthocephala Anaplasma marginal 422.2 419 401.75 Anaplasma marginal (405.2nd range) 403 386.4 388.0 Ancylostoma braziliense (adult) 387 2 415.3 Ancylostoma caninum 424 422 397.6, 403.25, 401 common roundworm of cats and dogs Ascaris lumbricoides (m and f) same Ascaris megalocephala (male) 383.1 402.9 400 Babesia bigemina Babesia canis smear Balantidium coli cysts 393 386 404.9 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 trophozoites) same Chilomonas, whole mount 426 393.75 400 Clinostomum metacercaria Clonorchis metacercariae Clonorchis sinensis 398 425.7 428.75 Clonorchis sinensis eggs Cryptocotyle lingua (adult) 427 409.95 416.0. Didinium Dientamoeba fragilema 414 Echinoporyphium recurvatum 401.35 406.05 404 Echinostoma revolutum 408.15 411.15 409 Eimeria stiedac Eimeria tenella Endamoeba gingivalis trophozoite 418.55 423.9 421 Endolimax nana trophozoites and cysts coil 425.5 429.65 428 Endoystoana. 433.8 Entamoana. histolyticatrophozoite 441.0 438 394.25 Enterobius vernicularis 397.1 396 430.5 Eurytrema pancreaticum 433.35 432 2 Eurytrema pancreaticum stages Fasciola hepatica 397.0 400.35 396 Fasciola hepatica cercariac 381.1 367.8 385 Fasciola hepatica eggs 420.95 425.3 423 Fasciola hepatica metacercariae Fasciola hepatica miracidia 420.35 422.3 421 Fasciola hepatica rediae 421.35 427.3 425 Fasciolopsis buskii adult 423.8 430.6 427 Fasciolopsis buskil eggs 422.0 427.6 425 Fasciolopsis buskii eggs unincubated Fasciolopsis cercariae 421.75 424.7 423 Fasciolopsis miracidia 420.6 427.5 425 Fasciolopsis rediae 427.7 435.1 434 Fischoedrius elongatus 427.35 435.45 434 Gastrothylax elongatus 429.5 435.25 434 Giardia lamblia (trophozoites) 427.35 435.2 434 Giardia lamblia cysts Gyrodactylus 427.3 433.0 432 Haemonchus contortus 441.75 443.2 442 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 cystsia 2 Leishmania brazilia 400.05 405.1 403 Leucocytozoon 398.0 402.65 400 Loa Ioa 400.2 403.8 402 402.1 407.4 Macracanthorhynchus 405 397.46 402.55 metagonimiasis 400 360.551 360.551 Monocystis agilis Myxosoma 361 438.85 442.8 Naegleria fowleri 440 437.35 442.1 Naegleria fowleri (brain sec.) Necator americanus (infect larvae) Notocotylus quinqeserialis Onchocerca volvulus ( tumor) 440 409.6 416.95 Paragonimus Westermanil adult 414 356.9 354.35, 362 Passalurus ambiguus 435.3 442.1 440, 437.8 Pelomyxa carolinensis Plasmodium cynomolgi 454.2 452 447 Plasmodium falciparum smear 428.8 444.15 441 Plasomocearum fast 437 Plativosum 417.3 il (lung) 424.5 422 372.3 Prostnogonimus macrorchis (eggs) 373.8 373.0 438.15 Sarcina lutea Sarcocystis 445.1 442 405.75 Schistosoma haematobium 409.15 407 396.85 Schistosoma japonicum eggs Schistosoma mansoni 404.75 401 450.55 454.95 452us, 473 (Strongocyloides), Schistosoma mansoni. filariform larva) 473 473 353 Strongyloides parasitic females Toxocara (eggs) Toxoplasma (human strain) 353 353 467.35 Trichinella spiralis (muscle) 463.1 461 404.25 Trichomonas muris Trichomonas vaginalis 415.25 412 407 Trichuris sp.

tapeworms
Tapeworms are segmented. The first segment is the head, which is called Scolex. Tapeworms grow by adding a new segment to their bodies. Tapeworms can have very large bandwidths (frequency range), which vary depending on 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 from the bottom up, you may be able to spread them! Use only a zapper.

(Note: Hulda meant to use only one device that produces 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 caninacei (proglottidium caninum 439.55 granulosus (cysts) 444.3 451.95 Echinococcus granulosus (eggs) Echinococcus multilocularis 472.15 451.6 Heterophytesa heterophytes Hymenolepsis cysticercoides 461.5 441.15 Hymenolepsis diminuta 446.5 455.85 Hymenolepsis diminuta 458.35 478.0 Hymenolepsis eggs. Pigeon tapeworm Taenia pisiformus (cysticercus) 481.75 445 Taenia pisiformus eggs (ova) 481.15 430.35 Taenia saginata (cysticercus) 465.2 430.35 Taenia saginata eggs Taenia solium (Taenia are cysticercus) 465.2 453.6 Taenia solium 457.8 Theseenia solium (scolex eggs) 475.2 organi sms 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 MucorIDOG Freq.  High freq.
   

NOTE: This frequency table is reproduced from Hulda Regehr Clarks book 'The Cure for All Diseases', Copyright 1995.
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Herbert Eder

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