i'm a complete fan of Edgar Cayce
. he did not use 'electical devices' in the way that the zapper is an electrical device. edgar cayce did not ever advocate putting any device that plugs in to an outlet, into the body, not even once. i've been a student of edgar cayce for a long time, and the zapper and his wet cell have absolutey nothing in common.
his wet cell battery didn't plug into anything, it did not use portable batteries. there was no measurable ampherage, and the voltage was barely measurable. he called the wet cell the 'low form of electricity' and the amount of voltage that it created was in no way comparable to a zapper (300 times less). the wet cell worked by getting 'the vibration' of whatever was in the solution jar into the body. it delivered 'the vibration of silver' into the body to clear nerve conditions; gold into the body to cure MS; Iodine
into the body for glands and camphor for lymph. getting electricity into the body wasn't its aim or design. so please don't compare any edgar cayce device to a zapper.
the other edgar cayce device, the radial appliance, used and generated no electricity at all; cayce still said this device used the 'low form of electricity.' when cayce used the words 'low form of electricity,' isn't it interesting that the amount of electricity isn't even measurable by our standards? again not comparable to a zapper. same thing with the qxci, it sends absolutely no electricital current into the body.
also, i beg to differ with you about a zapper being low amperage and low voltage. the amperage that i read about on various zappers (doing a quick search on the internet) went up to an amp, and the voltage is around 9 volts. that's a good amount.
i agree with you - vibrational therapies have alot of merit. cayce, excellent. the qxci, great. i don't know anything about rife, but the little i read talked about frequency, not electricity. so that would put it more with the qxci. the zapper has nothing in common with these other therapies.