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  • Zapperguy

    I've been zapping pretty much daily still, maybe missed 4 or 5 days over this time. I have mostly used the APZ set on the basic zap cycle, not spending the time to do any music zapping or specialized frequency programming.

    There is one thing of interest that is worth noting. For a few years I have been talking two different kinds of blood pressure medication to keep my blood pressure down. Several months ago I noticed that it was continually reading as low, so I stopped taking one of the medications. My bp has been around 120/80 since then, just taking the one medication. I think the only real change in my living habits has been the zapping, although I couldn't swear to it.

    Zapperguy 20:30, March 8, 2012 (UTC)

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  • Zapperguy

    Still zapping daily the usual way using the APZ. Haven't done any music zapping in 2 months though.

    Nothing of interest to report. Well, maybe something, but I need to check it out again first.

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  • Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz cycles every day. Nothing special to report. I did do it daily. I did chakra toning a couple of times too but not intensively, just ran through the video once on a couple of days.

    I've been reading Gerber's Vibrational Medicine, and it occurs to me that I could maybe make a Voll machine fairly easily. Using an APZ to stimulate specific acupuncture points could be interesting, but the usual problem comes to mind. Namely, analysis/diagnosis. How does one decide which points to hit, and for how long, and with what frequency(ies)? And then how does one measure the effect? Some kind of Voll machine set-up might allow a somewhat objective measurement of before/after to be done, and appropriate experimentation to be undertaken. Sta…

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  • Zapperguy

    Zap report 22 Oct 2011

    October 22, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30KHz cycle.

    Zapperguy 23:36, October 22, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 21 Oct 2011

    October 21, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30KHz cycle.

    Zapperguy 22:58, October 21, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 20 Oct 2011

    October 20, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30KHz cycle.

    Zapperguy 23:56, October 20, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 19 Oct 2011

    October 19, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz. Ran through the chakra toning video (tones only, no APZ). I like that video. :)

    Zapperguy 23:45, October 19, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 18 Oct 2011

    October 19, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz. Also did chakra toning. Upgraded the video to extend the times and add more information re chakra vortices. I like chakra toning. :)

    Zapperguy 00:01, October 19, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 17 Oct 2011

    October 17, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz cycle and a bit of chakra toning. I like the chakra toning. It seems effective to do it from the video I made without bothering to hook it up to the APZ. Using the APZ with the video doesn't seem to make it more effective, although I think it should! Oh well.

    Zapperguy 23:00, October 17, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Apzc

    The purpose of building these instruments and doing the experiments as an amateur scientist, sometimes needs clarifying. First, it needs to be said that it is not to challenge the authority of standard health practice business territory, nor to challenge health regulatory agency territory. Its purpose is to entertain the amateur scientist, the hobby arena researcher; much as amateur astronomers peer through their telescopes at the sky sometimes, to see what they find and to practice their ability to do reality testing for themselves, using their own equipment.


    Some people like to go hunting, for their entertainment; and sometimes bring back some food for the table, another benefit besides amusing themselves. Some people like to go out in t…

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    Zap report 16 Oct 2011

    October 16, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Something new today.

    In the gaps between a 3 x 30KHz trip I did some music videos and also a few runs through the Chakra Toning video. It's quite nifty and seems to have a beneficial effect, although it's kinda hard to quantify it in terms other than "I suddenly felt more alert" or something.

    Zapperguy 19:10, October 16, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 15 Oct 2011

    October 16, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz cycle. Nothing else.


    However, I have just started reading Richard Gerber's Vibrational Medicine, The #1 Handbook of Subtle-Energy Therapies (Third Edition). Most of it is familiar to me, but some parts are new.


    It has just occurred to me that the audio-programmed zapper will have quite a pronounced effect on the functioning of the subtle-energy system, like chakra spin. The lower frequencies like heavy rock music will mostly influence the lower chakras (sex etc.); operatic works are addressed to the throat chakra; more cerebral music, the higher frequencies, will impact the brow and crown chakras more. As for exact correspondencies and best uses, well, we'll see. :)

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  • Apzc

    apzc/resuming testing

    October 15, 2011 by Apzc

    2011-10-15-1019PDT


    Update: no zapping was done starting on 20111010, due to making routine blood donation, and needing to verify I was not coming down with anything the next three days that would need to be reported to the donor site. No symptoms noted in those three days, other than some usual intermittent irritation from airbone contamination in my house. My old Living Air air cleaner was found not working after returning home from shopping at walmart one afternoon; it had not been powered up while I was gone, so what caused failure is strange. I had re-dscovered that old air cleaner and put it back into use every few days, starting about a month ago. It only had one of the glass wire mesh plates installed in it. But now the ability to re…


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  • Zapperguy

    Zap report 14 Oct 2011

    October 14, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz cycle. Nothing else.

    Zapperguy 22:33, October 14, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 13 Oct 2011

    October 13, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 KHz cycle. Nothing else.

    Zapperguy 22:39, October 13, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 12 Oct 2011

    October 13, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did usual 3 x 30 KHz. No music zapping. Created 5 test vids to see if an iPod Touch can be used as a radionics stick pad. A very brief test with the first two produced nothing of note. More experimenting needed. . . .

    Zapperguy 00:15, October 13, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Zapperguy

    Did usual 3 x 30KHz zap, with some music zapping in the gaps. Again, watched a movie (Kill Bill Vol 1) so didn't listen to the music at the same time. The vibrations are still just as sensitive as before, apart from the time I music zapped for a couple of hours straight.

    Zapperguy 22:14, October 11, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 10 Oct 2011

    October 11, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did usual 3 x 30KHz. Did some music zapping in the gaps, but most of it while watching a movie so felt the music but wasn't listening to it at the same time.

    Zapperguy 00:23, October 11, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 9 Oct 2011

    October 10, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did usual 3 x 30KHz zap, but no music zapping. Was watching a movie instead. :)

    Zapperguy 10:47, October 10, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 8 Oct 2011

    October 8, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Back to the 3 x 30 KHz with music zapping in the 2 20-minute gaps. My sensitivity to the low-frequency signals returned to what it was before. Maybe there is a saturation point one reaches after an hour or so. Needs testing. As for an actual explanation, well, good luck with that!

    In vibrational terms, maybe it is similar to the "dead" response for about 15 minutes after a resonance "hit" with Hulda Clark's syncrometer; or the null response for about 15 minutes after a sympathetic "hit" from friendly bacteria in Cleve Backster's experiments. Or maybe not.

    Zapperguy 17:10, October 8, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Zapperguy

    Zap report 7 Oct 2011

    October 7, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Used my old zapper this evening as I didn't want to have to hold cans. Wriststraps do have the advantage of leaving the hands free. Did no music zapping at all. Eek.

    Zapperguy 23:01, October 7, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 6 Oct 2011

    October 7, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did the usual 3 x 30KHz, and about an hour of music-zapping this and that. Found I was feeling more energetic today than usual and even broke out into a brief run while out shopping. Unusual!

    I finished making a short over-the-top fun video on music zapping.

    Zapperguy 06:43, October 7, 2011 (UTC)

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    Zap report 5 Oct 2011

    October 6, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did an hour or so of music zapping in the morning. It seems that one builds up a tolerance to the low-frequency bone-shaking, and it seemed to be not as marked as it was the previous day. We'll have to see on that.

    Otherwise, did the usual 3 x 30Hz zaps.

    Zapperguy 09:48, October 6, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Zapperguy

    Zapping with music - WOW!

    Did the usual 3 x 30 Hz internal cycles with the audio-programmed zapper, but I am REALLY impressed with its zap-by-music capability. I've been using stuff like Joan Jett and the Blackhearts' I Love Rock 'N Roll and Led Zeppelin's Black Dog. Maybe it will work great with Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, but I prefer Mick Jagger causing my forearms to feel like they're being crucified. Turn the volume up and the vibrations cause the bones to really SHAKE!

    Zapperguy 22:13, October 4, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Zapperguy

    Zap report: Oct 3, 2011

    October 3, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Usual 3 x 30 Hz internal zaps. BUT. . . .

    Wow! This is something else. Using an audio-programmed zapper, one is not restricted to boring old tone-generator tones. I downloaded some music videos, and played them on my iPod Touch into the APZ input. The first one was Wagner's Ride of the Valkyries. I couldn't hear it, but I could sure feel the vibrations of the sub-1000 Hz tones in my hands and wrists.

    This must be a world's first, eh?

    I then played it again, but watched — and listened to — another instance of the music video on my computer.

    Next, I did Beethoven's 5th. Then Lady Gaga's Bad Romance.

    I have no idea how effective music videos are as zapping-input fodder, but man, the experience is something else, listening to the music at the same tim…

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    Zap report Oct 2, 2011

    October 2, 2011 by Zapperguy

    Did the usual APZ three 30 Hz internal runs 20 minutes apart with external input in-between. The nausea yesterday? I figure it was from the Melancholia film, the queasycam (handheld) camerawork in the wedding reception scene. I watched it again and had to skip over that scene as it was making me nauseous again.

    In the zap tonight I did mini-programs #08, #09, #10. This included a few infrasound tones in the 15-30 Hz range, which I had no trouble with this time around.


    I found the green light is very dim when the frequency is low (tens of Hz) and it is hard to see if the green LED is lighting up or not. The yellow LEDs will light if one is holding the handholds or not, and will also light if the Int/Ext switch is switched to the internal circui…


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  • Zapperguy

    Zap report Oct 1, 2011

    October 2, 2011 by Zapperguy

    This zap cycle was the usual one hour overall with three 30kHz APZ internal circuit 7-minute zaps, and videos used to fill in the gaps. I used my APZ mini-programs #05, #06 and #07. I would have used #08 too, but by the end of the 15 Hz tone of the third one I was feeling nauseous and had to stop. I had just eaten some bran flakes with milk and honey, and was watching a movie (Lars Von Trier's Melancholia) at the same time as zapping, so I don't know if those factors had any relation to the queasiness.

    I know that infrasound vibrations in this general area have a bad reputation. Whether the mild nausea was caused by the 15 Hz vibration or the other factors will need to be determined at a different time with no food and no movie-watching at th…

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  • Apzc

    A new wikia site has been made, to enable making a database of actual experiments utilizing the Audio Programmed Zapper (APZ) instrument. Here is an example page:

    http://apzexplorations.wikia.com/wiki/Experiment_applying_CAFL_signals_regarding_a_mold

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  • Zapperguy

    I got to use the first four APZ video mini-programs this evening, filling in the gaps between the 3 x 7-minute 30 KHz zaps. It worked very well indeed in terms of ease of use and keeping track of what was going on.

    I can't determine the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of the zapping with those audio frequencies, but I can confirm that the mechanics worked as intended, with the signal getting through to the APZ and my hands.

    Zapperguy 23:01, September 30, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Apzc

    Repeating, just as there are rivalries between universities, of esteem re competency, there are rivalries between schools of thought in the healing arts. There are rivalries in academic excellence of graduates, fields of study, and sports team competitiveness. Among fraternities, a bit similarly. Among religious groups, similarly. And between automobile brand showrooms: don't dare put an auto of a different manufacturer in a competitor's showroom.

    The point of this here, is that to some significant extent, the healing arts have similar competing rivalrous groups, each proclaiming better-ness in some way. There are competing brands of pharmaceuticals; but pharmaceuticals are competing with herbalists, from which the pharmaceuticals sprang. Y…

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  • Apzc

    Just as there are rivalries between universities, of esteem re competency, there are rivalries between schools of thought in the healing arts. There are rivalries in academic excellence of graduates, fields of study, and sports team competitiveness. Among fraternities, a bit similarly. Among religious groups, similarly. And between automobile brand showrooms: don't dare put an auto of a different manufacturer in a competitor's showroom.

    The point of this here, is that to some significant extent, the healing arts have similar competing rivalrous groups, each proclaiming better-ness in some way. There are competing brands of pharmaceuticals; but pharmaceuticals are competing with herbalists, from which the pharmaceuticals sprang. Yet herbalis…

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  • Zapperguy

    Instead of having a bare audio signal with no description available, why not use a downloadable YouTube video showing what the audio tracks are?


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPxQKAXpwbA


    It comes from this list of audio frequencies and what they are supposed to address. This first 9:07-long video consists of a silent 7-sec introduction, then 3 minutes each of:

    • Normalize Adrenal Function 1335 Hz
    • Normalize Pituitary Function 635 Hz [this one may tingle at first on the APZ]
    • Stimulate Increased / Normalized HGH Production [Pituitary] 1725 Hz, 645 Hz, 1342 Hz

    It's up to the individual user. A suggestion is to do the usual Clark zapping cycle of 7 minutes on, 20 minutes gap, 7 minutes on, 20 minutes gap, 7 minutes on using the internal 30KHz zapper. …





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  • Zapperguy

    Another zap

    September 29, 2011 by Zapperguy

    This really pisses me off. I just spent an hour zapping, which was fine. I had kept track of it in real time and written itall up then needed to unbold the last line and hit the wiki title instead and it wiped the whole damn post out and won't recover it!

    I'm not going to recreate the whole thing. I think I'll just do it in Notebook next time and copy/paste it in.

    I used a 40 minute tape supposedly of 3 minute segments of the first 13 items on this list of "beneficial, normalizing and stimulating frequencies." The lower-frequency ones tingled, but after about 6 that didn't match any more so who knows what was actually on the tape.

    I will use my own recordings from now on. See what happens when you get lazy?

    I have no idea how these frequencies…

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  • Apzc

    Have added the overall schematic of the audio-programmed zapper, along with some more descriptions of the circuit function and instrument operation, to the main page for the instrument. The schematic is set for porting under a creative commons share and share alike licensing. The design is the product of years of my thinking and experimental construction and debugging, and seems to be in a workable condition at this time, based on the construction and test of a breadboard and two prototypes, one of which is now identified as the instrument's holotype.

    The #2 audio programmed zapper instrument will be formally identified as the allotype of the instrument.

    From the schematic, an equivalent instrument can be built in many ways. It is planned to…

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    First APZ zap

    September 28, 2011 by Zapperguy

    I'll do this in real time. My plan is to do a basic Clark zapping cycle, 7 minutes zap, wait 20 minutes, 7 minutes zap, wait 20 minutes, 7 minutes zap, done. So I will do that using the built-in 30kHz circuit. For the 20 minutes gap, I'll try other stuff. The 35/65 switch is down, so I'm doing this whole 1 hour zap with the 35% duty cycle.

    8:24 - 8:31 30KHz

    8:32-8:35 50 Hz square

    8:37-8:40 500 Hz square

    8:42-8:45 1000 Hz square

    8:47- 8:50 2000 Hz square

    8:51-8:58 30 KHz

    Been yawning several times over this 7 minute stretch. That's good, showing an energy release. Also, the green indicator light is useful as one of my handhold connections broke and is a bit iffy, so I can tell from the green LED if the connection is still OK or if it has popped of…

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  • Apzc

    Blog setup now. Apz proto #2 has been delivered. Now the data of two researchers can be compared and sxpanded upon. Report is that apz#2 works per basic tests done on receipt.

    As a side note, yet very pertinent, a researcher seeks to learn something about reality, but the experiment is framed to look for a particular thing. This brings the observed result field down to a manageable small amount. But it also limits what can be found. So one tends to find what one is looking for, even if it is to prove something does not work, or does damage instead of help. Corporate financed research greatly suffers from this. And so also the individual independent researcher has this problem; other than he/she has far more options for laterial explorations…

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  • Zapperguy

    And off we go. . . .

    September 28, 2011 by Zapperguy

    This ZapperWiki blog could be a good place to record experimental results. I just got hold of an experimental audio-programmed zapper and am about to try it out. It seems to be working OK.

    Zapperguy 18:47, September 28, 2011 (UTC)

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