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New Styles of Pinhole Glasses

And an Amazing New Hulda Clark type Zapper

Pinhole Glasses New Styles

The Downhill Slide.
When your eyes are placed behind normal prescription glasses you fall into a trap. You no longer use the focusing muscles in your eyes to the full. This important "ciliary muscle" begins to weaken requiring visits to your eye doctor for stronger and stronger lenses. Reverse the downhill slide and help develop your eye muscles now.

The fix that fails kids' eyes
23 November 2002
Andy Coghlan Michael Le Page
Magazine issue 2370
The standard prescription for correcting children's short sight actually seems to make their eyes deteriorate faster. And it has been used routinely for decades
MILLIONS of people worldwide may have worse eyesight and even be more likely to go blind because of a long-held but misguided idea about how to correct short-sightedness. A study intended to confirm the theory has instead been stopped because the children's eyesight was getting worse, New Scientist has learned.

For decades, many optometrists have been routinely "undercorrecting" short-sightedness, or myopia, when prescribing glasses or contact lenses. "What was done was done with the best of intentions," says optometrist Daniel O'Leary of Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge, England. Indeed, his study of 94 children in Malaysia sought to prove the value of undercorrection. Instead, it showed the opposite.

While the number of children involved was small, amazingly it is the largest and most rigorous study to date. "The study was meant to run for three years but after two years, when we found out we were making the children's eyes

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Inexpensive - No Prescription Required.
Pinhole Glasses are inexpensive when compared to prescription glasses. Now you can refresh your tired eye muscles and keep the eyes from staring - a common cause for eye fatigue.

I have very poor vision in my left eye and see nothing but a blur from my right eye. When I put on the pinholes on, the vision in both eyes improves greatly. The improvement is especially remarkable in my right eye. With my left eye closed, I can now see the letters on the cereal box across the table, for example. It is just amazing what these simple glasses can do. It is also amazing that my doctor didn't tell me about this. Thanks for letting me try them. Fran H., Plum Boro, Pittsburgh, PA

 

Some advantages that pinholes have over prescription glasses:

As we get into our 40's and 50's and presbyopia (inability to focus close) develops, pinholes provide a simple and inexpensive solution for reading or other close work.
Bifocals or trifocals are designed to provide a clear image only at fixed distances. Pinholes provide an improved image at ALL distances. In many applications, such as alternating between watching TV and reading, they can easily take the place of those very expensive prescription lenses that are so lucrative for the anti-consumer eye doctor/optical industry alliance.
Multi-focal lenses provide a continuously variable curve that is supposed to give good vision at all distances. In reality, the distortion on either side of the center line is considerable and often too great for comfortable use. Pinholes eliminate this problem.
There is no need to continually throw away old glasses and buy new, stronger ones. Unless the pinholes get broken, they can be used an entire lifetime.
While pinholes are not as cheap as off-the-rack reading glasses, they are considerable cheaper than individual prescription glasses. For example, a person who is a little nearsighted but only needs clear distant vision for occasional TV viewing would find pinholes a cheaper solution than prescription glasses.
Off-the-rack reading glasses have the same lens power in each lens. Some people find these cheap glasses unsuitable because the refractive error in each eye is not the same. Pinholes are ideal for such people because these glasses do not require a similar refractive error in each eye.
There is a pincushion effect when looking through the edges of prescription glasses. That is, straight lines appear curved. This disturbing effect does not occur with pinholes.
When you lay prescription glasses down improperly, they can easily get scratched at the center of the lens, the very area you have to look through. Scratching pinholes has no effect on their performance.
Pinholes do not have to be cleaned of fingerprints and other marks that affect vision.
Many parents will not allow their children to use bifocals to reduce the stress of close work because such glasses are for "old people." Pinholes are an easier thing to accept because they are the same for all ages.
Many people who have had corneal surgery find that their night vision has permanently deteriorated. Glare is a problem. They see halos and "starbursts" around lights. Even in normal home lighting they have problems so that they get in the habit of turning on as many lights as possible in order to get a small pupil and reduce the visual problems. Pinholes, either conventional or Snap-ons, can deliver the same small pupil without increasing the electric bill.
Children with special needs often use only their peripheral vision, and pinhole glasses help them concentrate on detail better. It has been found that the pinhole glasses help improve acuity and central macular vision. One nationwide organization that deals in child development uses pinhole glasses on a regular basis for this purpose.
Aniridia is the complete or partial absence of the iris; polycoria is having more than one pupil in a single iris; and albinism is the lack of normal pigmentation. All of these abnormalities may be aided with pinhole lenses.
In cases of retinal separation, unnecessary motion of the eyeballs should be avoided. This can be accomplished by blocking all but the central pinholes, forcing the user to turn the head rather than the eyes.

pinhole glasses help your eyes focus and in so doing exercise tired eye muscles. In turn your eye’s focussing ability improves

 

How They Work.
Pinholes provide an infinite depth of focus so that even when the eye is not correctly focused, objects will appear as if in focus. Importantly they eliminate scattering of light to the retina and hence improve vision.

The idea behind pin-hole glasses is not new. It was known centuries ago and was used before the advent of glass lenses. The reason they work is simple.

"Light passing through a small hole (or holes) is restricted to rays coming straight from the viewed object; these rays do not need focusing to bring them to a point," according to Drs. Russell S. Worrall and Jacob Nevyas in The Eye Exorcisors published in The Health Robbers.More info here

 

Just look through any pin-hole and you'll see what they mean. When you do this, blurred images become focused. This is because the amount of peripheral light rays (which are responsible for blurring) is reduced. With appropriately spaced multiple pin-holes, you'll get clear straight vision without the difficulty of concentrating on a single hole. Regular use of these special pinhole glasses helps exercise eye muscles and helps eyes relax at the end of a tiring day and thus has a beneficial effect. Particularly useful for those who spend a great deal of time looking at computer and/or TV screens, Pinhole Glasses help retrain your eye muscles, just as other forms of exercise retrain muscles elsewhere.More Info Here

Pinhole glasses are suitable for:
Short sightedness
Crossed eyes
Long sightedness
Cataracts
Astigmatism
Relieving eye strain
Presbyopia
Double vision

 

 

New Hulda Clark type Zapper

FREQUENCY GENERATOR FOR HEALTH AS PER HULDA R. CLARK’S SCHEMATIC
DR HULDA R. CLARK AMAZING DISCOVERIES!

" Electricity can now be used to kill bacteria, viruses and parasites in minutes, not days or weeks as antibiotics require".

" Any positively offset frequency kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites simultaneously, given sufficient voltage (5 to 10 volts), duration (7 minutes) and frequency (anything from 10 Hz to 500 000 Hz)".
Hulda Regher Clark, Ph.D., N.D.
" The Cure for All Diseases" *

What is a zapper and what does it do

The zapper is a device invented by Dr. Clark. It kills parasites, bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi electrically. Viruses and bacteria disappear in three minutes; tapeworm stages, flukes, roundworms in five; and mites in seven. A battery-operated, positive offset with a very low voltage from 5 to 10 volts is sufficient. It kills parasites and bacteria wherever the current reaches them. But it does not reach the eyes, the appendix, the testes, the inner ear bones. The current travels along the stomach or intestinal wall, not through its content. It does not reach into the gallstones or into the living cells. The current does not pass uniformly through the body. With regular zapping, the current passes mainly through our liquids, i. e our lymphatic and vascular system, a small fraction reaches every organ and tissue of our body. Blood and lymph are the most important locations to zap.

Parasites can be killed with a very low voltage. But only if the voltage is 100% POSITIVE OFFSET and if the voltage is varied up and down repeatedly. If the varying voltage becomes NEGATIVE, even momentarily, it supports and maintains their lives. The above picture of the zapper output on an oscilloscope illustrates the varied square wave voltage which stops at 0.25 Volt and therefore does not go below the 0 volt

Why did Dr. Clark pick a frequency of about 30 KHz (30,000 cycles per second) for the zapper?

When a high frequency ac voltage was applied to a human, using hand electrodes, and the current flow measured, it could be seen that the higher the frequency, the greater the current.

At about 30,000 cycles per second the current begins to decline, showing the resistance is increasing.

The application of a 30 KHz frequency at a voltage of about 5 volts, can be felt by all parts of the body. A probe from a frequency counter picks up this frequency at any location. But some locations have a much weaker signal than others. The current is evidently not uniform through the body.

Persons with an inflammation in the body can often “feel” the zapper at that location, suggesting it is a path of low resistance, too, for the 30 KHz zapper current. Inflamed areas are negatively charged regions. Negative charges would be pulled toward the positive electrode of the zapper in 30,000 little jerks per second.

Therefore a frequency of about 30 KHz (30,000 cycles per second) was chosen for the zapper, since it maximizes the current with regular zapping. But other frequencies may prove to have special value as research progresses.

Benefits of zapping

The removal of parasites, bacteria, viruses, and fungus
A positive electrical force that pulses up and down also energizes the white blood cells to go on an all-out attack on the enemies: parasites, toxins, bacteria, everything in spite of their five immunity blockers: benzene, PCBs, metals, dyes and asbestos. For a time the WBCs turn into Super-WBCs. That is why Dr. Clark recommends eight hours of zapping daily for the sick until they are well. More info

Specs

Wristraps for easy usage no pipes to hang onto

Adjustable Intensity control

Rechargable Battery + Charger

30Khz

2.500Khz

Five Programs Software controled

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