Frequency chipcards

We offer over 120 different frequency chipcards. These are divided into

  •   indications/symptoms
  •   diseases
  •   pathogens
  •   organs/parts of the body

Since the chipcards of the zapper families Diamond Shield and Biowave are not compatible with each other, we have two different categories: Chipcards for Diamond Shield or chipcards for Biowave.

Below you can see all chipcards at a glance - sorted alphabetically. New chipcards appear regularly.

What's on a chipcard?

Each chipcard has stored a sequence of therapeutic frequencies: by Hulda Clark, Raymond Rife, Alan Baklayan, Peter Schmalzl and other researchers of frequency therapy. The chipcard is simply inserted into the zapper and the frequencies run automatically - one after the other.

Example: The LINK Chipcard EG (4 large flukes) contains the frequencies of the four most important parasites according to Hulda Clark. The parasite zapper passes through the 420-436 kHz range. In contrast, the chipcard LINK LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE does not contain pathogen frequencies but supporting frequencies for the lymphatic system.

Technical details on programming can be found below.

Learn more about our frequency chipcards in the following two eBooks 

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The eBook Frequency therapy by Dr. med. Jutta Mauermann describes numerous frequency chipcards and equips you with the necessary knowledge to apply frequency therapy independently at home. You will learn how many frequencies each chipcard contains, how long it takes and which chipcards are additionally recommended.

The chipcard descriptions also contain additional tips which homeopathic or natural remedies you can take in addition.

 

 

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The eBoook Gentle therapy with frequency technology by Alan Baklayan (68 pages) describes the frequency chipcards by Baklayan in all details. These are available for Biowave AND Diamond Shield Zapper. Only the Biowave zappers are described in the book because the Diamond Shield zapper did not yet exist when the book was published.

This eBook also gives further therapy tips and lists numerous remedies that you can take additionally.

Technical details

The frequency chipcards are programmed on the basis of certain technical parameters such as

  •   duration of each frequency
  •   intensity (Volt/Ampere)
  •   waveform
  •   wobbling and modulation

All chipcards by Dr. Jutta Mauermann and Alan Baklayan are programmed according to the following rules. They apply to both Diamond Shield and Biowave chipcards (Biowave chipcards do not have wobbling and modulation).

We take over the specifications of the "frequency manual" of the "Bioenergetic Research Center and Working Group TREF":

Intensity

All rife frequencies are considered supportive because one does not know which frequencies of rife were intended against pathogens and which were considered supportive. All Clark frequencies are considered pathogen-oriented. 

Therefore a higher intensity (Volt) is set for the Clark frequencies than for the Rife-frequencies. The intensity increases with increasing frequency, according to the LINK "frequency manual" (example on page 74). There is usually recommended the maximum intensity, but the Clark frequencies are carefully pre-programmed with 4V. The rife-frequencies with 0.5 - 3V.

Waveform

All chipcards work with square wave. The Clark frequencies additionally have a positive offset plus. This means that the square wave only runs in the plus range - with the distance to the zero line of 0.25V - suggested by Dr. Clark. More information about the offset on the page frequency modulation.

The Rife frequencies do not have this offset: the square wave runs in the plus and in the minus range.

Wobbling and modulation of frequencies

These technical parameters only affect the Clark frequencies. They are explained on the pages wobbling and frequency modulation. The frequency chipcards are programmed in such a way that the wobbling range is passed several times. Each pass takes about 10-20 seconds.

All Clark frequencies are modulated by the factor of 128. This means that a second wave runs "simultaneously" to the Clark frequency, smaller than this by the factor of 128. Example: if the Clark frequency 380,000 Hertz runs , a second frequency of 2,968 Hz oscillates simultaneously.