Hulda Regehr Clark and the Syncrometer
Dr. Hulda Clark, ND, was a famed Naturopath who took a lot of heat over her approaches to clearing chronic disease from the human body. In truth, her premises were not off the beaten path from established sciences dating back the past 100 years, but because of her lack of documented case studies, she took a lot of heat by the establishment as a research scientist. Learn more about her on this page.
Who was Hulda Regehr Clark?
Hulda Regehr Clark (18 October 1928 in Rosthern, Saskatchewan – 3 September 2009 in Chula Vista, California) was a naturopath, author, and practitioner of alternative medicine. Clark claimed all human disease was related to parasitic infection, and also claimed to be able to cure all diseases, including cancer and HIV/AIDS, by destroying these parasites by “zapping” them with electrical devices which she marketed. Clark wrote several books describing her methods and operated clinics in the United States. Following a string of legal difficulties and actions by the Federal Trade Commission, she relocated to Tijuana, Mexico where she ran the Century Nutrition clinic.
Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. After two years of study at McGill University, she attended the University of Minnesota studying biophysics and cell physiology. She received her doctorate degree in 1958 from the University of Minnesota. Her own biographical sketch states her degree was in physiology, but the Graduate School’s Register of Ph.D. Degrees conferred by the University of Minnesota, July 1956-June 1966, states she received a Ph.D. in Zoology in 1958. Her thesis was entitled “A study of the ion balance of crayfish muscle; evidence for two compartments of cellular potassium.”
In 1979, Clark left government-funded research and began private consulting and her own research. From 2002 until her death she operated the Century Nutrition health clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, where her focus was primarily on late-stage cancer patients. Clark and her son Geoff separately owned businesses her patients and others used, including a restaurant, her self-publishing company, and a “self-health” store that sold her inventions. Her son continues to operate the self-health store. She published several books, including The Cure of All Cancers, The Cure for HIV/AIDS and The Cure For All Diseases. According to civil court records, her books generated over $7 million in sales by 2002, although Clark disputed this figure.
She held a naturopathy degree from the defunct Clayton College of Natural Health a school lacking accreditation from any accreditation agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. In spite of these issues, it did not keep Hulda Clark from the vision she had which she knew the world needed. Truth never comes to the haughty and proud in my experience, but always to the humblest of researcher who are listening to the Universe to guide them on their dream of discovery. Hulda Clark was a maverick when she was alive and took a lot of heat for her work, but it did not dissuade her to complete her divine life purpose in my view. We are all the richer because she was here to shed light on the darkness of a medical industry that has lost its way all for the sake of money and not truth anymore.
As a scholar, artisan and scientist, I do not see Hulda Clark as a quack. Far from it. I have University degrees in the arts and sciences as an accredited scholar through the State of California’s school system here in the United States, but a lack of a degree does not, in my book, make someone an “idiot” either. Truth comes to whoever is looking for it, not who has the most degrees in my experience with life.
I used her herbal remedies as part of my regimen to change my biological terrain after my western medical doctors gave me a death sentence and I found her herbal approaches very effective, especially her kidney cleanse. Still, it did indeed take the combination of many approaches from many sources, not just Hulda Clark, to get the results I demonstrate can be obtained in the documented case studies in my book titled THE MASTER’S KEY. Her syncrometer makes a great deal of sense too, because it helps identify parasites in the body that don’t belong there and operates from a simple comparison circuit.
Always behind most brilliant minds comes the simplicity of insight such genius always bears to a world that is cynical and often too obtuse in its thinking to see real truth when it is so badly needed. Hulda Clark was the true demonstration of the famed expression known as Occum’s razor: All things being equal, the simplest explanation tends to be the correct one. Even when I wrote THE MASTER’S KEY, I did not focus on any one key researcher in my studies as “the answer”, because my research lead me on the pathway to understanding integrative medicine and what properly defines what works when it comes to using all the healing sciences and arts.
All the healing sciences focus on “supplementation” to gain results in a body that is dying, but none really focus on what I focused on in THE MASTER’S KEY. I know because I read most of the books over the past 25 years. The process of death and disease involves a serious and interesting process I’ve labeled as the CDS/PD Process where the body transforms its cells into micro plant life forms and until this is fully accepted by the current medical community, they will continue to remain at a low level of incompetency, even when it comes to issues like cancer. At the heart of all disease in the body is the state of the biological terrain and the one thing that all the holistic practitioners do help to focus on is that subject of the biological terrain.
Hulda Clark was doing that with her syncrometer, but her method of identify and cleanse was too involved for most patients to take on for themselves. Men like Dr. Bob Beck at least found a more universal key to clearing the biological terrain through his life time versus the approach Hulda Clark was using. Still everyone was working toward a “master key” approach to the whole thing. At least I could see it and that is what helped me define what I reveal in my own book titled THE MASTER’S KEY.
I learned with Hulda Clark’s death she too saw there was a master key approach to it all, but she died before she could progress further on that course. I was already traveling that line of thought when my own doctors told me to go home and die as I was fighting to save my own life. To my own surprise, I was able to save my life and how I did that required writing a book that reveals the science to my thinking as I brought all the healing sciences together to accomplish a very simple goal in the end using today’s crude approaches, next to what could be created one day. I see Hulda Clark as a pioneer building a bridge for others like myself to build upon, but even my work is only yet another bridge requiring the answer to yet even more questions I would like to see answered one day.
The Universe clearly works from a premise of absolute law from my perspective and as such dictates the presence of a Creator. As such, I don’t readily buy into Evolution or the Chaos theory as a scientist. They exclude the existence of a Creator and to acknowledge the presence of law is to also acknowledge the presence of a Creator. Those who do other wise are doomed to fail in finding any worthwhile answers from the start in my experience and these days at age 60, my mind operates with a great deal of clarity with the lies being all the more evident when it comes to the unveiling of absolute truth.
In Hulda Clark’s case, what was against her was the absence of documented case studies to back her work. This was the main thing that was making the establishment think she was a quack, but what the world does not know is that researchers like Hulda Clark are never properly funded by an establishment too wrapped up in its own lust and love for money, rather than truth. As such, she was not able to have the facilities to do the kind of work needed to prove out her work before she died. That would leave it up to others to continue her work to prove out her finds all the more, if her life is to have had any meaning at all while she was alive.
The use of micro-current to kill pathogenic disease dates back in the U.S. patent office over a hundred years. This is not news to anyone who has done their research over a life time, but it is knowledge that is always kept from the public, because such approaches interfere with the renewable revenue the current day medical system gets from its use of drugs to manage symptoms and complaints these days. The western medical system is not without a lot of sin in the way it survives and what death toles it inflicts on its patients through the myriad of current day lawsuits it causes to keep happening which it considers as acceptable losses these days in the billions and billions of dollars no less in order to survive. So to attack people like Hulda Clark is the kettle calling the pot black with today’s so called health science experts in my extensive experience with both synthetic and holistic medicine to date. I wrote my first book titled THE MASTER’S KEY TO UNLOCKING AND MASTERING CHRONIC DISEASE, because it was clearly needed and it reveals insights none of the researchers, both synthetic and holistic have made sense of, which is knowledge that greatly helped save my life, once I saw what everyone else was missing with this thing.
I read Hulda Clark’s books and the information in them is very well put together regardless of the rough formatting approach the work is presented. Her books look like a field researcher put them together, the sign of a true scientist. Seems most in the arts and sciences are doomed to struggle in this world trying to bring the truth to the world, when in truth the living love the lies more than the truth anyway; that is until death knocks at their door. Only then do the living want the truth, because death is the alarm clock sounding off telling you that you are about to wake up, as your body dies. Then everyone is willing to try anything to save their own life when in truth, they should have been supporting people like Hulda Clark and others to help them get to the answers, while they too were alive. Such is the ongoing foolishness of man in my opinion, after 60 years of living and surviving as much as I have to date.
Kevin F. Montague
Author, Scholar, Artisan & Scientist