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Re: Godzilla compared to SOTA Siver Pulser?
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Re: Godzilla compared to SOTA Siver Pulser?

i am considering both the godzilla and the sota, i am uncertain about the
difference. the previous post suggests that
1. godzilla does not have consistent voltage due to not having invertor
2. one 4 hz frequency is enough

i have an original beck machine ("home made" by someone) which i used briefly
long ago, but it was too strong and it weakened my blood too much. i am
anemic and terribly sensitive to detox. it has been suggested to me that i am
strong enough to try again with a different b.e. machine than the classical
beck. i am currently using the original beck magnetic pulser with good results. i have lyme disease, which was undiagnosed for 20 years. i am also using a rife machine (enem most current model), i get vicious 12 day herxheimers from it.

the maker of the godzilla points out that you can see how much current you are getting with a digital readout and the dial can go down as low as .15 ma, a pretty weak setting. It seems like the adjustible setting would be desirable in my case.
Also he says, "The batteries in mine will last at least 2 months if you use it every day. and the dial allows you to turn it up as the batterise go down so you always know how much you are getting even if the batterise are getting low." This implies the digital readout monitors the voltage - so does that make the previous post's comment about the invertor irrelevant?

i'd appreciate any explanation or advice you could give- thanks fellow travellers

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