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Who is Dr
Clark was an internationally renowned Canadian research
scientist, born on 18 October 1928 in the old Soviet Union, and
author who began her studies in biology at the University of
Saskatchewan, where she was awarded Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum
Laude and Master of Arts with high honours. She received her
doctorate degree in physiology in 1958. In 1979 she left
government funded research and began private consulting and her
own research, which concluded that the scientific community has
to pay more attention to two things: parasites and toxins.
In1985 Dr Hulda Clark discovered a new technology to scan the
body electrically, she called it the Syncrometer. The
Syncrometer is an audio oscillator that creates a circuit with
your body as part of the circuit. When you combine the audio
oscillator circuit with your body, you hear a resonance, you
have detected a match. By putting a laboratory sample of say, a
virus, on a test plate you can determine if you have that virus
by listening to the resonance, as everything alive broadcasts a
frequency that can be read by this device.(Diagrams of the
Syncrometer are included in her book "the Cure for all Diseases"
page 457). She also gives easy to follow lessons on using this
device and performing tests on yourself moulds and solvents;
twenty nine lessons in all.
"NO matter how long and confusing the list of symptoms the
person has, from chronic fatigue to mental problems, I am sure
to find only two things wrong: they have in them pollutants
and/or parasites. I never find lack of exercise, vitamin
deficiencies, hormone levels or anything else to be a PRIMARY
causative factor- "The Cure for all Diseases-
Dr Hulda Clark also found that parasites release products from
their metabolism that poison our bodies. She plotted
correlations between particular parasites and particular dis-eases.
Dr Clark has written 8 best seller books that deal extensively
with the protocols of herbal cleansing, parasites and the
protocols to follow to assist us in cleansing our bodies.
In 1999, Dr Clark received the prestigious "Scientist of the
year" award bestowed by the international Association for New
science at their tenth annual forum in Fort Collins, Colorado.
She worked as a naturopath in USA for most of her life, until
she was hounded by the North American health authorities for her
unorthodox approach to causes of ill health.