methods and topics
Cleanup: Clark said that food and supplements were sullied by
contaminants such as heavy metals, byproducts in manufacturing,
residue and mold.
Homeography: According to Clark, a "new science ... which is the
electronic analog of homeopathy." She said an electronic
signature of a substance can be transferred into bottles making
a "bottle copy" of the original substance and that it can be
flush: She advocated the use of a 'liver flush'. She said it
removes gallstones and parasites from the liver and bile ducts.
This involves fasting, epsom salt laxatives and a mixture of
olive oil and grapefruit juice.
Parasites: Clark said people have parasites that cause numerous
problems. She described herbal and electronic methods to remove
them, such as her Zapper device (see below).
Syncrometer: A "bioresonance" device developed by Clark and
claimed to detect contaminants in substances up to one part per
A device thought to pulse low voltage DC current through the
body at specific frequencies. Clark said this device kills
viruses, bacteria and parasites. In one case, a patient with a
cardiac pacemaker suffered arrhythmias because of interference
from the "Zapper."