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Hulda Clark's Frequencies From "The Cure For All Diseases"

Note: The formatting of this document has been reworked in Windows Notepad text
editor, so that
the tabs display into collumns properly
Also note that, in the book, data values seemed to have been placed in the wrong
cells in
the tables / spreadsheet that was in my copy- 1995 Copyright, 10th printing. I'v
e tried to
move the data to the apropriate places as well as possible now. Much of this dat
a was
scanned, run through an OCR program, then reformatted.
My sincere thanks to Hulda Clark for giving permission in her book to pass on th
is information!
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Re-edited December 20th, 1998
Editor's Note: three extra frequencies have been added into this list, with a "
** "in front of the
entry, for the "Adenovirus"; recently, some cold- like symptoms are being found
to not be
responsive to use of the 393KHz, which has so often done the job in the past. Th
ese are added
into this list as other possible experimental frequencies.
PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT THESE FREQUENCIES ARE THE PRIMARY RESONANT FREQUENCIES, L
ISTED IN KHZ!
These primary frequencies were detected directly by Hulda Clark in her research.
To relate
these to "Rife Frequencies", which are limited to much lower audio range frequen
cies due to
the technical limitations of the equipment, or to translate these higher frequen
cies into a
frequency which can be set on the EMEM2, EMEM2+, or the Rife/ Bare Radiant Plasm
a systems,
divide the CLARK frequency found here by 512. If this result is still beyond the
generation
range of your device, try dividing these CLARK Frequencies by 256. Our Thanks to
Brian McInturff and others for their input on this frequency translation process
.
When these primary CLARK frequencies are known, it may be most effective to work
with a
device capable of generating these frequencies *AS A PULSED DC SQUARE WAVE* with
a waveform
rise time of 100nS or faster for optimum effect, according to many researchers.
The Zapper
HFA-4AV and HFA-4AVR models have a 75nS rise time on the output waveform, and ca
n generate
frequencies from below 8 Hz to typically 1.3+ MHz, with an adjustable outputvolt
age amplitude
of from 5 volts to 14 volts. This may be the only device available in any price
range that has
this capability, especially in a portable rechargable format.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
HULDA CLARK'S FREQUENCIES
Mold, Mold Toxin Frequencies

Slime Molds
Agyfla
Lycogala
Stemonius

KHz
81
126
211

Other molds and mold toxins


Aflatoxin
Cytochalasin B
Ergot
Griseofulvin
Sorghum syrup
Sterigmatocystin
Zearalenone

KHz
177, 188
77, 91
295
288
277
88, 96, 133, 126
100

BACTERIA AND VIRUSES


Low Freq
)
Acetobacter aceti
Adenovirus
393
Adenovirus (2nd range)
371.45
* Adenovirus (3rd range)
* Adenovirus (4th range)
* Adenovirus? (5th range- much higher)
Agrobacterium tumefaciens
Alcaligenes faecalis
Alpha streptococcus
369.75
Azobacter chroococcum
Bacillus anthracis
393.5
causes anthrax in cattle (tooth)
Bacillus anthracis (2nd range)
363.2
Bacillus anthracis (3rd range)
359.4
Bacillus anthracis spores
391.45
Bacillus cereus
373.65
Bacillus megaterium
Bacillus sterothennophilus
Bacillus subtilis spores
Bacillus subtilis var. niger
371.85
, 375
Bacteria capsules (capsular strain)
416.05
Bacterial capsules
362.4
Bacteroides fragilis found with
324.3
common roundworm Ascaris
Bacteroides fragilis (2nd range)
325.7
Beta streptococcus (tooth)
380~6
Blepharisma
405.65
Bordetella pertussis
329.85
"whooping cough" (tooth)
Borellia burgdorferi Lyme disease
378.95
Branhamella (Neisseria) catarrhalis
394.9
(has hole at 398)
Brucella abortus
Cabbage Black Rot
Campylobacterfetus smear
365.3
Campylobacter pyloridis
352.0
Candida albicans (pure powder)
384.2
common yeast
Caulobacter vibrioides
Central spores (bacillus smear)
372.45
Chlamydia trachomatis
379.7
Clostridium acetobutylicum
382.8

High Freq

Use (KHz

393
386.90

393
(375?)
371 KHz
334 KHz
568 KHz

385.4

380, 375

398.05

395

365.3
370.5
386.95
375.85

364
368
388
374.5

387.1

385, 380

418.75
357.6
325.0

417.5
360
325

326.0
387.4
407.45
332.25

385
406.5
331

382.0
396.7

380
396

370.6
357.2
388.4

368
355
386

378.65
383.95
391.15

376
381
389, 384

BACTERIA AND VIRUSES


Continued

Low Freq
(Khz)

Clostridium botulinum (tooth)


361.0
causes food poisoning
Clostridium pedringens
Clostridiurn perrringens spores
394.2
Clostridiurn septicum
362.05
Clostridium sporogenes
Clostridium tetani (tooth) causes tetanus
Corynebacterium diptheriae (tooth)
340
causes diphtheria
Corrynebacterium pseudodiphthericum
Corynebacterium xerosis
3l5.65
Coxsackie virus B-I
360.5
found with Bacteroides fragilis
Coxsackievirus B4
361.45
found with Bacteroides fragilis
Coxsackie virus BA (2nd range)
363.9
Crithidia fasciculata
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) antigen
403.35
Cytophaga rubra
428.1
Diplococcus diphtheriae
357.95
Diplococcus pneumoniae
351.65
Elkanella corroderis
379.5
Enterobacter aerogenes intestinal
374
bacterium
Epstein Barre virus (EBV)
372.5
Erwinia amylovora
347.2
Erwinia carotovora
363.1
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
356
intestinal bacterium
Escherichia coil (E. coli) (2nd range) 392
Gaffkya tetragena
344.85
causes respiratory infections
Gardnereila vaginalis
333.0
ovarian and genital tract infection
Haemophilus influenzae
336.41
bacterial meningitis, infects joints
Hepatitis B antigen
414.55
Herpes simplex I
291.25
Herpes simplex 1(2nd range)
345.35
Herpes simplex 2 (fresh smear)
353.9
Herpes Zoster "shingles"
416.6
Histomonas meleagridis (liver)
376.55
Histoplasma capsulatum
293.3
HlV
365
Influenza A and B (flu shot)
313.35
Iron Bacterium Sphaerotilus
Klebsiella pneumoniae causes
393.45
pneumonia
klebsiella pneumoniae (2nd range)
416.9
Lactobacillus acidophilus (tooth)
346.05
Leptospira interrogans Spirochete
397.05
Lumpy Jaw
Measles antigen
369.5
Micrococcus luteus
Micrococcus roseus
BACTERIA AND VIRUSES

Low Freq

High Freq
(Khz)

Use for
3 min

364.55

362

393.1
3656

396
364

344

342

316.8
366.1

316.0
364

363.7

362.5

364.9
410.75
432.2
364.0
368.45
384.3
374

409
430
361
365, 360
382
374

382.35
352.1
377.0
356

380, 375
350
373
356

393
352.5

393
350

342.55

340

336.41

336

420.8
293.05
345.76
362.9
420.2
373.7
304.35
365
323.9

418
292
345.5
360, 355
418
377
302
365
320, 315

404.66

401

421.9
351.65
401.1

419
349
399

373.0

371

High Freq

Use for

Continued

(Khz)

Mumps antigen
377.6
Mycobacterium para TB
Mycobacterium phlei
409.65
Mycobacterium smegmatis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (infec
430.55
nodule) causes tuberculosis
Mycoplasma
322.85
Mycoplasma (range 2)
342.75
Neisseria gonorrhea causes gonorrhea
333.85
Neisseria sicca
Nocardiaasteroides
354.95
found in Parkinson's Disease
Norcardia asteroides (2nd range)
363.7
Propionobacterium acnes
383.75
Proteus mirabilis
320.55
Proteus mirabilis (2nd range)
345.95
Proteus vulgaris urinary tract pathogen 408.75
Proteus vulgaris (2nd range)
333.75
Proteus vulgaris (3rd range)
327.2
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
331.25
found in open wounds
Pseudomonas fluonescens
Respiratory syncytial virus
378.95
Rhizobium leguminosarum
Salmonella enteriditis intestinal
329
infection
Salmonella paratyphi
365.05
Salmonella typnimurium
382.3
food poisoning, nenvousness, apathy
Serratia marcescens
349.45
Shigella dysenteriae intestinal problem 390.089
Shigella flexneri depression
394
Shigella sonnei invades tumors
318
Sphaerotilus natans
388.4
Spirillum itersonil
Spirillum serpens
378.35
Spirillum sinuosum
Spirillum volutans
Spores in bacteria spore stain
Staphylococcus aureus (culture)
376.27
Staphylococcus aureus (slide) source is 381
tooth infection, causes abscesses,
heart disease, invades tumors
Staphylococcus epidenmidis; infects
skin and mucous membranes
Streptococcus lactis occurs in milk
382
Streptococcus mitis : lung infection, 313.8
tooth infection abscesses,causes stiff knees
Streptococcus pneumoniae causes
366.85
pneumonia and inner ear disease
Streptococcus pyogenes (tooth)
360.5
Streptococcus sp. group G (tooth)
368.15
Sub terminal spores bac. smear
385.15
Terminal spores bacillus smear
Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco)
427.15
BACTERIA AND VIRUSES
Continued

Low Freq
(Khz)

(Khz)

3 min

384.65

382

410.65

410.0

434.2

432

323.9
349.3
336.5

323.5
346
334

355.35

355.1

370
389.0
326.0
352.1
416.45
339.15
329.5
334.6

368
387
324
349
413

383.15

380

329

329

370.1
386.55

368
385, 386

352.1
390.089
394
318
393.45

351
390.089
394
318
391

382.8

380

380.85
381

378
381

387
321.1

385
318

370.2

368

375.3
368.85
385.95

373
368

429.55

428

High Freq
(Khz)

Use for
3 min

333

Treponema pallidum: causes syphilis


Troglodytella abrassari
Troglodytella abrassari (2nd range)
Veillonella dispar
Vibrio (photobacterium) fischeri

346.85
377.75
416.9
401.75

347.4
385.2
422.2
405.2

347
383
419
403

Low Freq

High Freq

Use (KHz

(KHz)

(Khz)

for 3 mi

386.4
415.3
397.6
383.1

388.0
424
403.25
402.9

387
422
401
400, 393

404.9

409.15

408

403.85

409.7

same
408

458.8

462.9

460

352.8
424.25
388.95
425.2

361.4
430.65
390.7
427.3

393.75

400

358
428
389
426
same
398

425.7

428.75

427

409.95

416.0

414

401.35

406.05

404

408.15
418.55
425.5

411.15
423.9
429.65

409
421
428

433.8
394.25
430.5

441.0
397.1
433.35

438
396
432

397.0

400.35

396

Low Freq

High Freq

To kill,

Roundworms, Flatworms, One-celled Animals


)
n
Acanthocephala
Anaplasma marginale
Anaplasma rnarginale (2nd range)
Ancylostoma braziliense (adult)
Ancylostoma caninum
, 386
Ancylostoma duodenale male
Anguillula aceti
Ascaris larvae in lung
common roundworm of cats and dogs
Ascaris lumbricoides (m and f)
Ascaris megalocephala (male)
Babesia bigemina
Babesia canis smear
Balantidium coli cysts
Balantidium sp. trophozoites (from
guinea pig) parasitic ciliate
Besnoitia (lung sect.) protozoan
Capillaria hepatica (liver sect)
Chilomastix cysts (rat)
ChiIomastix cysts (rat) (2nd range)
Chilomastix mesnili (trophozoites)
Chilomonas, whole mount
Clinostomum metacercaria
Clonorchis metacercariae
Clonorcnis sinensis
Clonorchis sinensis eggs
Cryptocotyle lingua (adult)
Didinium
Dientamoeba fragilis
Dipetalonema perstans (microfilaria
human blood)
Dirofilaria immitis dog heartworm
Echinoporyphium recurvatum
Echinostoma revolutum
Eimeria stiedac
Eimeria tenella
Endamoeba gingivalis trophozoite
Endolimax nana trophozoites and cysts
Endolimax nana trophozoites and cysts
(2nd range)
Entamoeba coil cysts
Entamoeba coil trophozoites
Roundworms, Flatworms,

use
One-celled Animals, Continued
n
Entamoeba histolytica trophozoite
Enterobius vernicularis
Eurytrema pancreaticum
Eurytrema pancreaticum stages
Fasciola hepatica
Fasciola hepatica cercariac
Fasciola hepatica eggs
Fasciola hepatica metacercariae
Fasciola hepatica miracidia
Fasciola hepatica rediae
Fasciolopsis buskii adult
Fasciolopsis buskil eggs
Fasciolopsis buskii eggs unincubated
Fasciolopsis cercariae
Fasciolopsis miracidia
Fasciolopsis rediae
Fischoedrius elongatus
Gastrothylax elongatus
Giardia lamblia (trophozoites)
Giardia lamblia cysts
Gyrodactylus
Haemonchus contortus
Haemoproteus
Hasstile sig. tricolor (adult)
Heterakis
Hypodereum conoideum
lodamoeba butschlii trophozclles and
cysts
lodamoeba butschlii trophozoites and
cysts (2nd range)
Leishmania braziliensis
Leishmania donovani
Leishmania mexicana
Leishmania tropica
Leucocytozoon
Loa Ioa
Macracanthorhynchus
Metagonimus Yokogawai
Monocystis agilis
Myxosoma
Naegleria fowleri
Naegleria fowleri (brain sec.)
Necator americanus (infect larvae)
Notocotylus quinqeserialis
Onchocerca volvulus (tumor)
Paragonimus Westermanil adult
Passalurus ambiguus
Pelomyxa carolinensis
Plasmodium cynomolgi
Plasmodium falciparum smear
Plasmodium vivax smear
Platynosomum fastosum adult
Pneumocystis carnil (lung)
Prostnogonimus macrorchis(eggs)

(KHz)

(Khz)

for 3 mi

381.1
420.95
420.35

367.8
425.3
422.3

385
423
421

421.35
423.8
422.0

427.3
430.6
427.6

425
427
425

421.75
420.6
427.7
427.35

424.7
427.5
435.1
435.45

423
425
434
434

429.5
427.35
427.3
441.75
451.9
421.4

435.25
435.2
433.0
443.2
457.1
426.3

434
434
432
442
455
424

378.75
386.8

381.8
395.5

380
393

448.05

455.1

453

424.45
437.85

429.55
448.5

427
445

398.15

404.75

402

400.05
398.0
400.2
402.1
397.46
360.551
438.85
437.35

405.1
402.65
403.8
407.4
402.55
360.551
442.8
442.1

403
400
402
405
400
361
440
440

409.6
356.9

416.95
354.35

414
362

435.3
437.8
428.8

442.1
454.2
444.15

440
452, 447
441, 437

417.3
372.3
438.15

424.5
373.8
445.1

422
373.0
442

405.75
396.85

409.15
404.75

407
401

Roundworms, Flatworms,
use
One-celled Animals, Continued
n
Sarcina lutea
Sarcocystis
Schistosoma haematobium
Schistosoma japonicum eggs
Schistosoma mansoni
Stephanurus dentalus (ova)
Stigeoclonium
Strongyloides (filariform larva)
Strongyloides parasitic females
Toxocara (eggs)
Toxoplasma (human strain)
Trichinella spiralis (muscle)
Trichomonas muris
Trichomonas vaginalis
Trichuris sp. (male)
Trypanosoma brucel
Trypanosoma cruzi (brain tissue)
Trypanosoma equiperdum
, 436
Trypanosoma gambiense
Trypanosoma lewisi (blood smear)
Trypanosoma rhodesiense
Urocleidus
Wart Frequencies

Low Freq

High Freq

To kill,

(KHz)

(Khz)

for 3 mi

450.55
473

454.95
473

452
473

353
467.35
404.25
398.4

353
463.1
415.25
402.0

353
461
412, 407
400

395.0
403.85

395.0
405.57

395
404.5

378.0
388.3
423.2
460.2
434.6

383.6
408.9
431.4
465.65
451.25

381
406
429
463
443. 442

393.75
424.5
423.5
442.35

393-7
426.0
423.55
450.0

396
425
426
447

(Most of these are from homemade slides.)


Low Freq
High Freq

To kill,

(KHz)

(Khz)

for 3 mi

402
426
459.3
434.3
436.9
404.7
402.85
418.75
343.65
404.05

406
432.35
464.75
444.1
443.55
406.75
410.7
422.4
345.95
404.6

404
430
462
442, 437
446, 441
405
407
420
344
404.3

use
n
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart
Wart

BS
CC
FR
HA
HRCm
human papilloma planar
human papilloma virus
JB
L arm
papilloma cervix smear

Tapeworms
Tapeworms are segmented. The first segment is the head, called the scolex.
Tapeworms
grow by adding a new segment to their body.
Tapeworms can have very large bandwidths (range of frequencies), and it var
ies by 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 kil
l middle segments
instead of working your way up from the bottom, you may conceivably ~rom0te disp
ersion! Use only
a zapper. (Editor's Note: By this, Hulda means to use only a device producing a
pulsed DC square

wave output.)
TAPEWORM FREQUENCIES

Low Freq.(KHz) High Freq.(KHz)

Cysticercus fasciolaris
Diphyllobothrium erinacei(Mansoni)(scolex)
Diphyllobothrium erinacei eggs
Diphyllobothrium latum (scolex)
Dipylidium caninum (proglottid composite)
Dipylidium caninum (scolex)
Echinococcus granulosus
Echinococcus granulosus (cysts)
Echinococcus granulosus (eggs)
Echinococcus multilocularis
Heterophytesa heterophytes
Hymenolepsis cysticercoides
Hymenolepsis diminuta
Hymenolepsis diminuta ova
Hymenolepsisnana eggs
Moniezia (scolex)
Moniezia expansa (composite)
Moniezia expansa eggs
Multiceps serialis
Pigeon tapeworm
Taenia pisiformus (cysticercus)
Taenia pisiformus eggs (ova)
Taenia saginata (cysticercus)
Taenia saginata eggs
Taenia solium (cysticercus)
Taenia solium (scolex)
Taenia solium eggs

436.4
467.25

440.05
487.55

452.9
439.55
451.95
451.6
441.15

472.3
444.3
472.15
461.5
446.5

455.85

458.35

478.0
445

481.75
481.15

430.35
430.35

465.2
465.2

453.6

457.8

475.2
465.2
476.5

482.1
469.7
481.05

475
444.0

475
448.9

MITE FREQUENCIES :These are the organisms that cold viruses ride in with!
MITE
Demodex folliculorum : folicle mite
Dermatophagoides : dust mite
Meal Mite
Ornithonyssus : bird mite
Scarcoptes scabei : itch

Freq. In Khz
682
707
718
877, 878
735

Miscellaneous Frequencies
Blue-green Algae
Bryozoa cristatalla
Mucor mucedo
Rhizobium meliloti
Rotifer
UNIDENTIFIED PATHOGENS
A Cold Virus HRC
Fungus EW
Fungus JWB
Tooth Decay
Tooth Decay (N)
Tooth Decay (N) (2nd range)
Tooth Decay (N) (3rd Range)
Tooth Plaque I
Tooth Plaque I (2nd Range)
Tooth Plaque I (3rd Range)

256
396
288
330
1151
Low (Khz)
395.8
362.0
397.2
384.3
367.9
326.95
293.2
378.8
294.7
233.1

High (KHz)
395.8
364.9
400.75
387.2
375.05
331.5
297.4
383.05
298.05
238.2

Tooth
Tooth
Tooth
Tooth
Tooth

Plaque
Plaque
Plaque
Plaque
Plaque

II
II
II
II
II

(2nd
(3rd
(4th
(5th

Range)
Range)
Range)
Range)

384.95
278.75
212.15
340.15
305.5

387.05
284
218
344.8
310.35

NOTE: The previous frequency table data is reproduced from Hulda Regehr Clark,
Ph.D., N.D.'s Book, "THE CURE FOR ALL DISEASES", Copyright 1995, and are include
d for
free for your information.
On the title page of this book, just inside the front cover, is the following:
"Permission is hereby granted to make copies of any part of this document for
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As stated in the review of the book, I recommend that you buy this book!