パート3:テクニカルガイド

目次

ファイルメニュー

1.独自の周波数セットの作成と保存。

2.キャリアスイーププログラムの作成と保存

3.独自のスペクトラム・スイープ・プログラムの作成と保存。

4.Spooky2のシステム・タブのデフォルト設定を復元します。

5.Spooky2のデフォルト・ジェネレーター設定を復元します。設定タブのRestore Defaultsボタンと同じ動作を実行します。

6.バイオフィードバック設定を起動時のデフォルトに戻します。

7.現在の設定をSpooky2の起動時のデフォルトとして保存します。

8.すべてのカスタム/ユーザー波形をSpooky2に再ロードします。終了せずに波形を追加できます。

9.Exit は Spooky2 を終了します。赤いXとCtrl+Qも同様です。

プログラムの作成

1.これは、ファイルメニューからプログラム作成コマンドを選択したときに開くウィンドウです。Spooky2では、カスタムデータベースに自分のプログラムを無制限に入力することができます。プログラムの作成画面には完全な手順が含まれており、作成したプログラムはcustom.csvに保存されます。自分で周波数セットを作成したときに、どれだけ大きな力を発揮できるかを十分に理解できるように、ここに少し再現しておきます(必要であればプリントアウトもできます)。

Program Name(プログラム名):フィールドをクリックし、プログラム名を入力してください。検索リストで識別できるように、わかりやすい名前をつけてください。” Cancer Throat Sweep YI “のようにすると、”Cancer”(がん)、”Throat”(喉)、”Sweep”(掃引)の検索で表示されるので良いでしょう。YIをイニシャルや数字で代用することもできますし、完全に省略することもできます。あなたの自由です。

Frequencies(周波数):次に個々の周波数を入力します。入力するか、他の文書から一度にコピーして貼り付けることができます。いずれの場合も、各周波数はカンマで区切ってください。入力を確定する前に、ここで入力したすべての情報をよく確認してください。

また、このフィールドには、周波数とともに多くの強力なコマンドを入力することができます。これらについては後ほど説明します。

Dwell(滞留時間):プログラムの各周波数を送信する時間を秒単位で指定します。何秒にするか迷ったら、デフォルトの180秒がよいでしょう。簡単なコマンド(後述)を入力することで、このデフォルトからずれた周波数を個別に指定できることに注意してください。

プログラムの説明: 検索に含まれるノートを追加でき、プログラムの説明ペインに表示されます。セットを入力する際にテキストを間違えても、データベースメニューのカスタムデータベースの編集コマンドを選択することで、後で編集することができます。また、手動でカスタムファイルをメモ帳で開き、そこで編集することもできます。

コマンドリスト

以下のコマンドは、プログラム内で有効にしたい箇所の周波数フィールドに入力します。ほとんどの文字は大文字でも小文字でもかまいません。文字は次のように入力します: 125 W2 A09 O00,208,1000,7.83

xxx-yyy(周波数スイープ): xxx は一方の周波数、yyy は他方の周波数を表します。

上昇スイープの場合は、低い方の周波数を最初に入力し、次にハイフン(スイープコマンド)を入力し、その後に高い方の周波数(1234-5678)を入力します。

下降スイープの場合は、最初に高い周波数を入力し、次にハイフンを入力し、次に低い周波 数(5678-1234)を入力します。

=xxxx( カスタム滞在時間): 任意の周波数に対して、デフォルトとは異なる滞在時間を指定できます。等号(滞在時間コマンド)の後に滞在時間を秒単位で入力するだけです。

Wx(波形):異なる波形を使用したい周波数の後に、以下のリストのように W と入力し、その後に波形の番号を入力します。アウト 1 の波形には W を、アウト 2 の波形には w を使用します。

  • 正弦波:1
  • 方形波:2
  • ノコギリ波:3
  • 逆鋸歯状波 4
  • 三角波:5
  • 減衰正弦波:6
  • 減衰矩形波 7
  • 正弦水爆波:8
  • 矩形水爆波:9
  • ユーザー定義#1: 10
  • ユーザー定義#2: 11

Gx(ゲート): ターゲット周波数またはコマンドの後に、Gに続けて1を入力するとゲーティングがオンになり、Gに続けて0を入力するとオフになります。

アンプリチュード(出力電圧)をブーストまたはカットできます。

Ax (アンプリチュード出力 1): ターゲット周波数またはコマンドの後に、A の後に使用したい Out 1 のピーク・ツー・ピーク電圧を入力します: 目的の周波数またはコマンドの後に、a の後に使用したい Out 2 のピーク・ツー・ピーク電圧を入力します。

Lx(光の波長): Spooky2では光の波長を直接入力することができます。Lの後に波長をナノメートル(nm)で入力します。Spooky2は、これをジェネレーターが送信するように設定されている最も高いサブハーモニック周波数に自動的に変換します。CLxは、アウト2の定数として使用できます(下記参照)。

Mx(MW係数):xはSpooky2が周波数に変換するモノアイソトピック分子量(g/mol)です。CMxはOut 2の分子量定数として使用できます。

Bx (塩基対係数): xはゲノム内の塩基対の数です。Spooky2は係数を入力するとこれを周波数に変換します。CBxはOut 2の塩基対定数として使用できます。

BCx (円形塩基対係数): xは円形ゲノム内の塩基対の数です。Spooky2は係数を入力するとこれを周波数に変換します。

BLx (線形塩基対係数): x は線形ゲノム内の塩基対の数です。Spooky2は係数を入力するとこれを周波数に変換します。

Ox(オフセット): ターゲット周波数の後に、正のオフセットの場合は大文字のOを入力し、その後に電圧ではなく振幅に対するパーセンテージで希望の値を入力します。負のオフセットの場合は小文字のoを入力します。

Px(位相角): 目標周波数の後にPと入力し、その後に必要な値を入力します。

Fx(係数): Out 2 = (Out 1 × 係数) + 定数 の式で、Out 2 の周波数 係数 を指定します。

Cx(定数):xはOut 2の周波数の値 Out 2 = (Out 1 × 係数) + 定数。

コードの例

100、200、300、400、450、600の6つの周波数があります。100と200はデフォルトの3分間、300は10分間送信し、振幅9ボルト、オフセット0の矩形波を使用します。

入力します: 100 W2 A09 O00,200,300=600

正弦波を使って30分かけて400を450まで掃引します。

追加します400-450=1800 W1

最後に、デフォルトの滞在時間に再び矩形波を使用する600を指定します。また、振幅を5ボルト、正のオフセットを2.5ボルト(振幅の50%)にします。

追加します:600 W2 A05 O50

これが周波数とコマンドの全ストリングです:

100 W2 A09 O00,200,300=600,400-450=1800 W1,600 W2 A05 O50

Spooky セントラル/プラズマに特に有効な例をもう1つ紹介します。プラズマチューブを使用して、7.83、10、20、33といった非常に低い周波数を鳴らしたい場合です。

しかし、Spooky セントラル/プラズマは100KHzから上を出力します。では、どうすればよいのでしょうか?Out 2を制御するFactor(係数)とConstant(定数)コマンドをプログラムに次のように記述します:

7.83F1C7.83,10C10,20C20,33C33,

これにより、希望する正確な値の “ビート “周波数が生成され、信号の高周波成分により、細胞への完全な浸透が保証されます。

すべて満足したら、「保存」ボタンをクリックします。

保存するか、キャンセルするかを確認するメッセージが表示されます。このボタンを使わずにプログラム作成ウィンドウを閉じるには、右上の赤い×印をクリックしてください。

キャリアスイープの作成

2. これは、File Menu から Create Carrier Sweep コマンドを選択したときに開くウィンドウです。キャリアは固定周波数です。この周波数を非常に速くオン・オフすると、より多くの周波数を作ることができます。これを別の言葉で言うと「変調」です。通常、この変調周波数はかなり高いので、スイッチングを観測することはできません。キャリヤ周波数が変調されると、その両側に複数の周波数が生じます。これらは「サイドバンド」と呼ばれます。変調はそれぞれのサイドバンド間の距離を設定します。逆毛の櫛を想像してみてください。その歯は、変調されたキャリアによって作られた周波数を表しています。それぞれの歯は、キャリア周波数を変調すると等間隔の周波数ができるのとまったく同じように、等間隔に並んでいます。

ここで、歯を黒いインクに浸し、白い紙に押し付けることを想像してみてください。一連の黒い点が見えるでしょう。それぞれの点が周波数です。櫛を歯1本分縦にスライドさせます。すると黒い線が見えます。すべての “周波数 “は、櫛を数分の1インチ動かすことによって “書き込まれた “のです。この例えは、キャリアスイープがどのように機能するかをよく説明しています。キャリアをほんの少し動かすだけで、すべての周波数に対応できるのです。

これまでのライフ・マシンはキャリアが固定されていました。キャリアを変更することで、広範囲の周波数を掃引することはできませんでした。唯一の選択肢は変調掃引でした。櫛に例えると、歯は徐々に離れていきます。櫛もまた、間隔が広がる分大きくなります。間隔が広がるにつれてドットが交差します。つまり、それぞれの周波数が何度もヒットするわけです。

これは素晴らしいことのように聞こえますが、恥ずべき欠点があります。それぞれの周波数が発生するのは8秒以下です。ライフ博士は3分間周波数を当てました。このことは、このようなスイープが「自然寛解」を本来のようにもたらさない理由を説明しているのかもしれません。

Spooky2 Carrier Sweepは各周波数を1回ずつ印加しますが、少なくとも3分間は徹底的に叩きます。キャリアはほとんどのパワーを受けるので、ターゲット範囲の中央の周波数を選んでください。変調周波数は、他の周波数との間隔を設定します。変調周波数を高くすると広い範囲をカバーできますが、各 “くし歯 “の間に対象となる周波数が増えるため、掃引時間が長くなります。周波数公差は、周波数が逸脱しても有効な最大距離を設定します。ロイヤル・ライフは1%の1/4、つまり0.25%を指定しています。Spooky2はデフォルトを0.025%に設定しています。周波数適用時間は、各周波数が許容範囲内で適用される時間を設定します。

キャリアスイープを作成するときは、Sweep Durationに注意してください。これは掃引を完了するのに必要な時間です。設定を注意深く変更しないと、何時間にも及ぶことがよくあります。Spooky2は、必要に応じて従来の変調スイープも実行できます。

スペクトラム・スイープの作成

3. これはFile MenuからCreate Spectrum Sweepコマンドを選択したときに開くウィンドウです。これにより、入力した情報に基づいて独自のスペクトラムスイープを設計、作成することができます。Spectrum Sweepの詳しい説明については、Understanding Spectrumをお読みください。

Create Spectrum Sweep ユーティリティには、以下のフィールドがあります:

Program Name: スペクトラム掃引プログラムの名前です。この名前は、スイープを作成した後に Programs タブで検索します。

Spectrum Low Frequency:スイープで対象とする最低周波数です。

Spectrum High Frequency:対象とするスイープで最も高い周波数です。

Frequency Tolerance(周波数公差):この値によって、掃引の各連続周波数間の間隔が決まります。デフォルト値の0.025%は、ライフがMOR周波数を効果的に適用する際に見出した公差であるため、良いデフォルト値です。

Frequency Application Time(周波数適用時間):スイープの各周波数にとどまる秒数です。

Wave Cycle Multiplier:中心周波数を中心に同時に適用する周波数の数です。この数値が大きいほど、同時印加周波数が多くなります。ただし、この数値を大きくすると、周波数あたりの総電圧は小さくなります。

Frequency Hits Per Sweep:1回の掃引で各周波数がターゲットされる回数。

Spectrum Sweep Info:入力に基づくスペクトラム掃引に必要な設定とその他の情報を表示。フィールド変更後に更新するには、Sweep Typeを選択してください。

Sweep Type:スペクトラム掃引には3つのタイプがあります。Single Spectrum Sweep は、複数の周波数を同時に使用する単純な掃引です。一方の掃引は低い周波数から高い周波数へ、もう一方の掃引は高い周波数から低い周波数へ開始します。Dual Weighted Sweep(デュアル・ウェイト・スイープ)は、2つのスイープを同時に行います。1つは指定した全範囲を、もう1つはより低い周波数を集中的にスイープします。

Database Entry View(データベース入力ビュー):画面下部には、カスタム・スペクトラム掃引がデータベースに表示されるのと同じように表示されます。フィールドを変更して更新するには、Sweep Typeを選択してください。データベースエントリの4番目のフィールドはコメントで、スイープを正しく実行するための設定タブでの設定方法を示します。

Save and Exit/Cancel (保存して終了/キャンセル): 掃引に満足したら、Save and Exit (保存して終了)をクリックします。作業を破棄するには、ウィンドウのツールバーの右上にある X (Close) ボタンをクリックします。

Single Spectrum Sweep の場合、設定タブで正しい設定を得る手順は以下の通りです。

  1. Restore Defaultsをクリックします。
  2. Signal Settingsで、Out 1とOut 2の振幅を20に設定します。
  3. 波形設定で、Out 1 波形を正弦波に、Out 2 波形を Invert+Sync に設定します。
  4. データベース入力ビューの 4 番目のフィールドを使用して、波形セットアップの Out 1 Sine 波形の WCM と Spectrum フィールドを設定します。

デュアル収束スイープに必要な設定は、以下のとおりです。

  1. Restore Defaults をクリックします。
  2. Signal Settings で、Out 1 と Out 2 の振幅を 20 に設定します。
  3. 波形設定(Waveform Setup)で、Out 1 波形を正弦波に、Out 2 波形を正弦波に設定します。
  4. Database Entry View の 4 番目のフィールドを使用して、Waveform Setup の Out 1 Sine 波形の WCM と Spectrum フィールドを設定します。
  5. Output Shadowing エリアでは、Database Entry View の 4 番目のフィールドを使用して、Out 2 = Out 1 × [] + [] Hz を設定します。

Dual Weighted Sweep に必要な設定は次のとおりです。

  1. Restore Defaults をクリックします。
  2. Signal Settings で、Out 1 と Out 2 の振幅を 20 に設定します。
  3. 波形設定(Waveform Setup)で、Out 1 波形を正弦波に、Out 2 波形を正弦波に設定します。
  4. Database Entry View の 4 番目のフィールドを使用して、Waveform Setup の Out 1 Sine 波形の WCM と Spectrum フィールドを設定します。
  5. Output Shadowing エリアでは、Database Entry View の 4 番目のフィールドを使用して、Out 2 = Out 1 × [] + [] Hz を設定します。

Create Spectrum Sweepユーティリティの使い方のチュートリアルについては、ここをクリックしてください。

データベースメニュー

これらの4つのコマンドを使用すると、Spooky2の実行中に、別のカスタムデータベースの選択からデータベースの編集、編集内容の読み込みまで、さまざまなデータベースファイルの操作を実行できます。

1.Windows のファイルナビゲーションダイアログを開き、システム タブの Database #2-#4 に別のデータベースを選択して読み込むことができます。

2.Windowsのファイルナビゲーションダイアログを開き、バイオフィードバッ クスキャンの結果が保存されているバイオフィードバックデータベースを選択し て読み込みます。

3.内蔵のデータベースエディタでカスタムデータベースを開き、変更を加えてシステムタブのデータベース#1-#4に保存できるようにします。

4.内蔵データベースエディタでバイオフィードバックデータベースを開き、変更を加えて保存できます。

5.編集して保存したカスタムデータベースを再読み込みします。

6.これにより、すべてのデータベースプログラムの名前、継続時間(分)、プログラム説明がテキストファイルに書き込まれます。

7.Spooky2.comのウェブサイトに移動し、最新のデータベースをダウンロードフォルダにダウンロードします。これを (C:) ドライブの Spooky2 ディレクトリに置き、Spooky2 を再起動します。

カスタムデータベースの選択

1.以下は、データベースメニューからカスタムデータベースの選択コマンドのいずれかを選択したときに開くWindowsのファイルナビゲーションダイアログです。

読み込みたいデータベースファイルに移動して選択し、「開く」をクリックします。Spooky2 が新しいファイルを読み込み、すぐに使用できるようにします。

2.データベースエディターには独自のヘルプマニュアルが組み込まれていますので、ここでは説明しません。

代わりに、CSVedを使ってカスタムデータベースを編集する簡単なチュートリアルを提供します。

カスタムデータベースの編集

データベース#2を編集したいとします。データベースメニューからカスタムデータベース#2の編集を選択します。

CSVedのウインドウが開き、カスタムデータベース#2の内容が表示されます。レコードを編集するには、編集したいレコードをダブルクリックします。

このウィンドウが表示されます:

1列目はプログラム名。4列目はプログラムノート。5列目は周波数リスト。周波数リストコードの説明はこちらを参照。8列目はデフォルトの滞在時間です。

編集後、記録を保存するには Apply Changes をクリックします。保存後、このウィンドウを閉じます。

レコードを削除するには、まず削除したいレコードを選択します。次に、Edit メニューから Delete Record(s)を選択します。

編集が完了したら、Save current CSV File をクリックします。Spooky2で、データベースメニューのRefresh Databasesコマンドを選択します。

グローバルメニュー

これら7つのコマンドにより、1回の操作で複数のジェネレーターを制御することができます。4台のジェネレーターがある場合、それぞれのコントロールパネルを個別に開くのではなく、ここでコマンドを選択することで、すべてのジェネレーターを同時に始動または停止することができます。

1.Start ( スタート ) を選択すると、Spooky2機器のすべてのジェネレーターが同時に起動します。

2.Resume ( 再開 ) を選択すると、停止した時点からプログラムを再開します。

3.Pause ( 一時停止 ) を選択すると、プログラムで達した位置を失うことなく、すべてのジェネレーターを一時的にフリーズします。

4.Unpause(一時停止解除)を選択して、一時停止したすべてのジェネレーターで送信を再開します。

5.Hold ( 保留 ) を選択して、すべてのジェネレーターで現在の周波数を維持します。これは再び Hold ( 保留 ) を選択するまで有効です。

6.Stop(停止)を選択して、すべてのジェネレーターのプログラムを同時に終了します。

7.Erase(消去)を選択すると、機器内の停止したすべてのジェネレーターから、すべてのプログラムとシーケンスが消去されます。

ユーティリティメニュー

これらのコマンドは、ドライバーをインストールしたり、どのジェネレーターがどのUSBポートから制御されているかなどを表示します。

1.Identify Generatorsは、すべてのジェネレーター・ボタンを暗くし、ディスプレイにポート番号を表示します。また、詳細レポートも開きます。

2.Identify USB Devicesは、接続されているUSBデバイスを確認できるプログラム、USBViewを開きます。

3.Update Presetsは、古いSpooky2プリセットを最新のプリセット・フォーマットに変換します。

4.Install Spooky2-XM Drivers は、お使いのPCに適したSpooky2-XMジェネレーター・ドライバーをインストールします。

5.Install GeneratorX Driversは、お使いのPCに適したジェネレーターXドライバーをインストールします。

6.Remove Unused Generators from Registry(レジストリから未使用ジェネレーターを削除) は、Windowsが誤って「ゴースト」ジェネレーター用に予約したUSBポートを削除し、 未使用のポート番号を解放します。

7.Emulate Single GX and XM は、ジェネレーターXとSpooky2-XMテストジェネレーターを作成するテストモード機能です。

8.Rescan Devicesは、オフラインのジェネレーターにハンドシェーク信号を送信し、機器全体を停止することなくオンラインに戻します。

9.Colloidal/Ionic Silver Calculator(コロイド銀/イオン銀計算機) 対話型計算機を使用して、コロイド銀を作るための最適値を見つけることができるウィンドウを開きます。

10.Turn GX displays OFFは、 ジェネレーターXのLCDディスプレイをオフにします。

11.Turn GX displays ON は、ジェネレーターXのLCDディスプレイをオンにします。

Utils Menu Tools

  1. This is the report window which opens when you choose the Identify Generators command.
  2. The USBView window opens when you choose Identify USB Devices. It allows you to see and save all your USB information to file.
  3. The Update Presets status window shows the current preset being updated.
  4. This is the window which opens when you choose the Colloidal/Ionic Silver Calculator command.

By entering parameters here, this handy interactive calculator will show you the values you need to use to generate colloidal/ionic silver of the quality you desire.

Spooky2’s Colloidal/Ionic Silver Generation system is described here.

  1. This is the Device Cleanup Tool which opens when you choose the Remove Unused Generators from Registry command. In this example, COM3 and COM4 are unused. To remove these unused ports, highlight the ports you want to remove and then choose the Remove selected command in the Devices menu. Each time you plug or unplug a USB device, you may need to choose the Refresh command in the File menu to update the list of non-preset devices.

When your generator ports change their generator numbers and you begin to have gaps in your generator numbers, this occurs because some of your ports have become “phantom” or “ghost” ports. Here is how you can correct the problem:

Stop all your generators with the Stop command in the Global menu of Spooky2.

Unplug the USB cables to all your generators.

Use the Device Cleanup Tool to remove all generator numbers, including the numbers in the gaps, using the instructions above.

Plug the USB cable from the generators into your computer in the order you wish the generators to appear in Spooky2.

Choose the Rescan Devices command in the Utils menu.

Presets Tab

Let’s take a closer look at all the individual elements that go to make up this screen (left to right, top to bottom):

  1. Search text field is where you type text to search the names of presets. You can use the asterisk (*) character as a wildcard to match zero or more characters.
  2. Search for the text entered into the Search text field and place results in the Presets list.
  3. Clear Search Text empties the Search text field and empties the Presets list of the search results.
  4. Up One Level places the contents of the parent folder into the Presets list.
  5. Home places the context of the home folder into the Presets list.
  6. User places the contents of the User folder (the folder with the presets you created) into the Presets list.
  7. Untick to load preset settings without overwriting your programs and Notes.
  8. Presets list displays presets, folders, and documents stored in the preset hierarchy. Presets list also displays the search results. The folders in the Presets list start with the > character, for example >Detox. Documents end with the suffix .pdf.
  9. Delete preset permanently deletes the selected presets that you’ve created.
  10. Save preset will save your current preset into the User folder. If your preset modified biofeedback parameters in the Control tab, you must save your preset in the Biofeedback folder contained in the User folder.
  11. Edit Preset Chain will open the current preset in the ChainEditor. With ChainEditor you can modify or create new chained presets. A chained preset is a folder of other presets that run as a single preset. Chained presets and ChainEditor are described here.
  12. Programs contains the programs in a preset. You cannot edit programs in this column — only in the Programs tab. Program names are in text format — this means you can select, copy, and paste them from here into any text editor. If the current preset is a chained preset, only the programs in the first preset are shown.
  13. Notes: in factory folders, preset Notes normally contain important information of one kind or another. The Spooky hardware required and the transmission mode is almost always specified here.

If any preset contains programs, as this one does, the Estimated Total Run Time will be displayed at the top of the column (highlighted red above).

If the preset is a Shell Preset, you’ll see this designation here instead of a run time. Shell Presets contain no programs — they are collections of settings into which you will load your own choice of programs.

When you start to build your own presets, you’ll be able to freely add your own information to Notes, or edit any existing information.

Don’t forget to save your edited preset when you’re done by clicking the Save button.

  1. Add Preset to Chain will add the currently selected preset in the Presets list to the Presets to Chain list. You use the button when you want to take two or more presets and chain them together into a single chained preset. An example of chaining presets is described here.
  2. Presets to Chain list is a holding area for a chained preset you are creating.
  3. Clear Preset in Chain deletes the selected preset in the Presets to Chain list.
  4. Save Chained Preset saves the chained preset you are constructing in the Presets to Chain list to your User folder.
  5. Move Preset Up moves the selected preset in the Presets to Chain list up in the list.
  6. Move Preset Down moves the selected preset in the Presets to Chain list down in the list.
  7. Preset/Chain displays the chained preset of the currently selected preset in the Preset list.

Shell Presets

In the Presets tab, the >Shell (Empty) Presets folder contains the shell presets for the different transmission hardware. A shell preset only has settings but no programs and frequencies. There are many presets under the Shell (Empty) Preset folder, but here are the basic shell presets for the different transmissions hardware.

Note: Contact\Healing (C) -JW is equivalent of clicking >Contact, then Healing (C) -JW.

For more information on each shell preset, in the Presets tab click on the preset of interest and read the Preset Notes.

Biofeedback Presets

Spooky2 has 4 different kinds of biofeedback hardware:

  1. Spooky Pulse, TENS pads, and either Spooky2 generator.
  2. GeneratorX plus TENS pads.
  3. Sample Digitizer plus GeneratorX.
  4. Scalar Digitizer, Spooky2 Scalar, plus GeneratorX.

Biofeedback is described in further detail here. In the Preset tab under the >Biofeedback folder are the following biofeedback presets.

Note: GeneratorX\GX Hunt and Kill (C) – JW is equivalent of clicking >GeneratorX, then GX Hunt and Kill (C) – JW.

For more information on each biofeedback preset, in the Presets tab click on the preset of interest and read the Preset Notes.

Biofeedback Method Preset Notes

  • GeneratorX\GX General Biofeedback Scan with Baseline (C) – JW: general purpose scan with baseline, 41 KHz – 1.8 MHz, 27 minutes.
  • GeneratorX\GX Fast Biofeedback Scan (C) – JW: same as above, but 7 min scan time, less accurate.
  • GeneratorX\GX Scan and Run (C) – JW: scan, treat, scan, treat, … until you quit.
  • GeneratorX\GX Hunt and Kill (C) – JW: scan, treat, refine scan, treat, refine scan, treat, … until you quit.
  • GeneratorX\GX High Frequency Biofeedback Scan (C) – JW: high frequency scan, 41KHz – 18 MHz, 27 minutes.
  • Spooky Pulse\General\General Purpose Full System Scan (C) – JW: scan for pathogens, 76KHz – 152KHz scan, 47 minutes.
  • Spooky Pulse\Cancer\zCancer Scan 1500000-1700000 (C)(R) – EV: scan for cancer frequencies.
  • Sample Digitizer\General Biofeedback Scan (SD) – JW: scans a sample for pathogens.
  • Sample Digitizer\Hunt and Kill (SD) – JW: scan sample, treat, refine, treat, refine, treat, … until you quit.
  • Sample Digitizer\Scan and Run (SD) – JW: scan sample, treat, scan, treat, … until you quit.
  • Scalar Digitizer\Spooky2 Scalar Digitizer Master (GX) – JW and Scalar Digitizer\Spooky2 Scalar Digitizer Slave (GX) – JW: requires both GX generators, scalar digitizer and Spooky2 Scalar for a general purpose scan.
  • Scalar Digitizer\Spooky2 Scalar Digitizer Hunt and Kill Master (GX) – JW and Scalar Digitizer\Spooky2 Scalar Digitizer Hunt and Kill Slave (GX) – JW: like the other hunt and kill presets, but for scalar digitizer and Spooky2 Scalar.

Protocols and Notable Preset Collections

Within the Presets tab are both individual presets and folders of presets that make up a protocol. Below is a table of the protocols and notable preset collections that ship with factory preset.

To access a folder called \Morgellons and Lyme\Morgellons and Lyme v3.0, do the following:

  • Click the Presets tab.
  • Click the Home button.
  • Click >Morgellons and Lyme.
  • Click >Morgellons and Lyme v3.0.

Once in a folder, to read a document within that folder, click the document that ends in .pdf. That document will be opened in a PDF reader that ships with Spooky2.

Protocol/Collection Folder Documentation

  • Cancer \Cancer\DB: GUIDE Cancer DB – Click Me.pdf
  • Cancer \Cancer\BY: GUIDE Cancer BY – Click Me.pdf
  • DNA \DNA: Preset notes for each preset. The Contact DNA presets are also grade-scan biofeedback presets.
  • Morgellons and Lyme \Morgellons and Lyme\Morgellons and Lyme v3.0: GUIDE M&L – Click Me.pdf
  • Terrain \Detox: GUIDE Terrain Protocol – Click Me.pdf
  • DH Experimental Frequencies \Miscellaneous\DH Experimental Frequencies: Experimental Frequencies – David Halliday.pdf
  • Newport Adaptations \Newport Adaptations: GUIDE Newport – Click Me.pdf

Chained Presets

You can chain together multiple existing presets to create a chained preset. This is useful if there are a set of presets you always like to run together. On the Spooky2 forum, one of the most popular presets to chain is the DH Experimental Frequencies presets DH-0001 through DH-0006.

  1. In the Presets tab, click on >Miscellaneous, >DH Experimental Frequencies, >Remote.
  2. Click on 0001 Spiritual Well Being (R) – DH.
  3. Click Add Preset to Chain.
  4. The preset 0001 Spiritual Well Being (R) – DH appears in the Preset to Chain area.
  5. Repeat this process with the presets that start with 0002-0006.
  6. Click the Save Chained Preset button to save your new preset.

Once a chained preset is created, if you want to change something in the chained preset, you need to use ChainEditor. Before you can use the ChainEditor, you first need to install it. If you have an older version of ChainEditor installed, uninstall ChainEditor in the Windows Control Panel’s Programs and Features section.

Settings Tab

This is where you can configure signal settings for both outputs of your generator, create and save your own custom waveforms, schedule the generator’s run times, and make other settings affecting the delivery and application of your program.

  1. Signal Settings: This is where various important electrical aspects of the signal are configured.
    • Duty Cycle: Only the plain square wave can have a duty cycle. For other waveforms, this field will be greyed out. For a square wave, it’s best left at 50 until you know more about the subject.
    • Amplitude: Also known as voltage, or “electrical potential.” Values of 14-20 are needed for Contact Mode. Remote Mode will work with almost any value, but most people use 4-10. Spooky Central/Plasma and Spooky2 Scalar require specific amplitude settings.
    • Offset: Values of 0% and 0% create alternating current (AC), the normal mode. Values of 100% and -100% force the signal to shift more positive or negative, respectively. Dr. Hulda Clark specified this setting for all her programs.
    • Phase Angle: Requires both Outs. Useful for driving an external device that can mix both signals to create harmonics that hit Mortal Oscillatory Rates. Also simulates Inverse and Sync in standalone mode.
    • Padlock: Prevents Amplitude, Offset, and Waveform from being changed by the program.
    • Modulate Out 1: For GeneratorX only. Amplitude modulation of Out 1 by Out 2.
  2. Output Shadowing Pane: Multi-purpose pane allowing you to slave Out 2 to Out 1, create any carrier, specify a voltage for each Out, swap waveform, frequencies, and amplitudes between outputs, and slave to another generator.
    • Output =: Specifies the generator to slave to this one, with a Factor to multiply frequencies, and a Constant to offset frequencies.
    • Swap Waveform Every [x] Seconds: Used for Contact Mode to prevent acid burns on sensitive skin, and for making colloidal silver. A value of 60 seconds is used for contact treatment, and 300 seconds for silver.
    • Out 2 =: The Factor for multiplying Out 1’s frequencies, creating dynamic carriers, very high frequencies, or transmitting a Constant audio-band frequency on Out 2 in addition to Out 1’s frequencies. The third field subtracts Out 1 frequency from the computed Out 2 frequency, used in creating beat frequencies.
    • Out 1 fixed at: Single carrier frequency typically used for plasma. Out2 is computed to create a sideband that hits the program frequency.
    • Out 2 Follows Program Frequency: Frequency on Out 2 derived from the program frequency.

This concludes the extracted text from Part 11 of the Spooky2 User’s Guide. If you need further assistance or more text extracted, please let me know.

The installer for ChainEditor is in the Spooky2 folder C:\Spooky2. Using the Windows File Explorer, navigate to This PC > Local Disk (C:) > Spooky2 >. Then double-click the archive ChainEditor.msi.X.X.X.zip (X.X.X is the version number). This will view the contents of the archive. Double-click the file 1. ChainEditor.X.X.X.msi inside the archive. This starts the installer.

Keep clicking the Next> button until the installation is complete.

Let’s say we want to run a version of the Terrain protocol without the Remove Metals program. To make our own custom version of the Terrain Protocol, in the Presets tab click >Detox, >Remote, Terrain (R) – BY. Then click Edit Preset Chain.

This window appears:

Highlight the first 2 presets, 1.Remove Metals and 2. Remove Metals.

  1. Click Delete selected presets to delete the selected presets.
  2. Now choose Save As… command in the File menu.
  3. Navigate to C:\Spooky2\Preset Collections\User\Remote, and name your new preset Terrain – Metals (R) – YI (replace YI with your initials).
  4. In Spooky2, click >User, then Remote> and your new chained preset will be there.

Programs Tab

This is where you search for and select your programs, rearrange their order if you wish, and make various important settings:

  1. Search Text contains the text to search the programs and medical encyclopedia. You can use the asterisk (*) character as a wildcard to match zero or more characters.
  2. Search will search the programs and titles of the medical encyclopedia.
  3. Encyclopedia Search searches all the text of the medical encyclopedia.
  4. Clear removes your search text and restores the Programs pane with all programs.
  5. Programs Pane: this lists all the programs in all factory databases, plus those in your custom file. All program run times can be permanently displayed by enabling the control in the System tab, then refreshing the database. You can also scroll through this field (click inside it to use your mouse’s scroll-wheel).

Spooky2’s main program database is made up of many sub-databases. You can select multiple contiguous programs at the same time by dragging in the Programs Pane. To add non-contiguous programs to your selection, simply Ctrl-click each one.

  1. + button includes all the databases in the search results.
  2. – button deselects all database from the search results.
  3. Databases:
    • ALT consists of programs based on Ayurvedic knowledge and practice, solfeggios, and planetary frequencies.
    • BFB holds your biofeedback scan results.
    • BIO is based on excellent Russian frequency research.
    • CAFL is the Consolidated Annotated Frequency List, amassed from the experience of Rife experimenters over years.
    • CUST consists of programs added by Spooky team members, plus those in your own personal database.
    • DNA is a collection of about 108,000 frequencies that target DNA using a method developed by the Spooky Team.
    • ETDFL is a collection of programs researched by bio resonance clinics in Germany.
    • HC is Dr. Hulda Clark’s database. Use with HC or KHZ (R) – JK preset.
    • KHZ is a collection of higher frequencies from Dr. Hulda Clark. Use with HC or KHZ (R) – JK preset.
    • MW is a collection of about 17,000 frequencies for drugs, supplements, and molecules important to health.
    • PROV has produced consistent results in virtually all subjects it was used with.
    • RIFE is a collection of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife’s original frequencies.
    • SD has programs derived from the Sample Digitizer.
    • VEGA is based on excellent Russian frequency research.
    • XTRA is a collection of programs from various sources, all chosen for their reputation for effectiveness.
  4. Database Help brings up descriptions of all the databases.
  5. Add to List button copies the selected programs from the Programs Pane to the Loaded Programs column (highlighted red below).
  6. Stop Loaded Programs aborts loading program.
  7. Loaded Programs: when you double-click a program to load it, it’s added here, and the Estimated Total Run Time is displayed beneath the Program Count (28, highlighted red). For a non-stop Remote Mode treatment, keep your run time as close to four hours as possible.

What you load here will be mirrored in the Programs column in the Presets tab. The Delete button clears all programs.

To delete a single program, double-click it.

  1. Clear All Programs button clears the programs from the Loaded Programs column.
  2. Save Programs saves the combined programs in the Loaded Programs column into a new program.
  3. Split Frequencies combines all the programs and has half the frequencies sent to Out 1, the other half going to Out 2, simulating 2 generators.
  4. Move to top button moves the selected program to the top of the list.
  5. Move up button moves the selected program up one position in the list.
  6. Move down button moves the selected program down one position in the list.
  7. Move to bottom moves the selected program to the bottom of the list.
  8. Program Description: unless its name clearly signifies its purpose, every program in the database has notes with useful information attached. When you build your own programs, you will be able to add information to them. Selecting programs in the Programs Pane will display this here. The results from a search of the medical encyclopedia are displayed in the Program Description too.
  9. Options pane: this offers options for changing delivery of different aspects of your program:
  • Repeat Each Frequency: if your program contains the frequencies 123, 456, 789, enter 2 to get 123, 123, 456, 456, 789, 789.
  • Repeat Each Program: if one program contains 123, 456, 789, and another has 321, 654, 987, a value of 2 transmits 123, 456, 789, 123, 456, 789, 321, 654, 987, 321, 654, 987.
  • Repeat Sequence: using the last example, a value of 2 would result in 123, 456, 789, 321, 654, 987, 123, 456, 789, 321, 654, 987.
  • Repeat Chain: if your preset contains chained preset, a value of 2 will repeat each preset within the chained preset twice. A value of 0 means repeat forever.
  • Dwell Multiplier: allows you to override the default dwells for frequencies (normally 180 seconds). For a dwell of six minutes, enter 2. Shorten dwells with decimal values —5 will halve dwells to 90 seconds, and .33 will give dwells of about a minute.
  • Frequency Multiplier: transpose frequencies up so they’re closer to a pathogen’s fundamental Mortal Oscillatory Rate. Octaves or decades are best — octaves are 2, 4, 8, 16, etc. Decades are 10, 20, 30, etc.

This is only for killing, not healing, which requires the unchanged frequency since healing works by entrainment (for organs and systems) and “the jackhammer effect” for detox.

Run Hz for seconds after each frequency: this inserts a spacer/pad frequency between each frequency with a specified dwell.

Remove Duplicate Frequencies: if you load multiple programs for a condition, it’s likely they’ll have frequencies in common. Use this control to skip transmitting these duplicates.

But note that some presets in the Morgellons and Lyme Protocol deliberately use duplicated frequencies for a good reason. Consult the Guide and preset Notes.

Apply Tissue Factor to DNA Frequencies: an experimental field that compensates for the slower movement of electricity in tissue/flesh with DNA frequencies. Uses the Tissue Factor in the System tab.

Apply Tissue Factor to MW Frequencies: an experimental field that compensates for the slower movement of electricity in tissue/flesh MW Frequencies. Uses the Tissue Factor in the System tab.

Sort Order Menu: you can elect to reorder the frequencies in each individual program from unsorted to ascending or descending order.

However, many programs contain unsorted frequencies for a good reason, so we recommend choosing Do NOT sort frequencies unless you’re an experienced rifer.

Important Note: to prevent the voluntary work of our researchers and developers from being stolen and monetized by profit-hungry companies or individuals, Molecular Weight (MW) and DNA (DNA) programs do not display their frequencies in the Programs Pane.

Also, when either type of program is loaded into a generator, its frequency is displayed in the Generator Control Panel in encrypted form.

Settings Tab

This is where you can configure signal settings for both outputs of your generator, create and save your own custom waveforms, schedule the generator’s run times, and make other settings affecting the delivery and application of your program.

  1. Signal Settings: this is where various important electrical aspects of the signal are configured.
    • Duty Cycle: is described in detail here. Only one waveform can have a duty cycle — the plain square wave. So if you choose any wave but this, the value field will be greyed out and unavailable. For a square wave, it’s best left at 50 until you know more about the subject.
    • Amplitude: also known as voltage, or “electrical potential.” This is the force with which electricity will move. Values of 14-20 are needed for Contact Mode, while Remote Mode will work with almost any value, but most people use 4-10. Spooky Central/Plasma and Spooky2 Scalar require one of the three following amplitude settings: a value of 5 V with 100% offset; a value of 10 V if using a custom waveform with positive offset only; a value of 20 V with a negative offset only waveform.
    • Offset: is described in detail here. Values of 0% and 0% create alternating current (AC). This oscillates between equal positive and negative phases — this is Spooky2’s normal mode. Values of 100% and –100% force the signal to shift more positive or negative respectively. Dr. Hulda Clark specified this setting for all her programs. Values of –100% and –100% are used for Spooky Cold Laser, while Spooky Central/Plasma requires 100% and 100% (though this can be expressed in a positive offset only waveform).
    • Phase Angle: this requires both Outs. For now, it’s useful when driving an external device that can mix both signals — the difference between two out-of-phase waves can create harmonics that hit Mortal Oscillatory Rates. It can also be used to simulate Inverse and Sync when running a generator in standalone mode. A complex subject, best left to techies (for now at least).
    • Padlock: if checked, prevents Amplitude, Offset, and Waveform from being changed by the program.
    • Modulate Out 1: for GeneratorX only. If checked, Out 1 is amplitude modulated by Out 2.
  2. Output Shadowing pane: this multi-purpose pane allows you to slave Out 2 to Out 1, create any carrier, specify a voltage for each Out, swap waveform, frequencies, and amplitudes between outputs — and slave to another generator. You can then use this second unit as the slave for a third, and so on. You can even use the virtual PC generator as the overall master for multiple slaves.
    • Output =: in the top line, the first field specifies the number of the generator you wish to slave to this one. The second field is the Factor – the value by which you want to multiply this generator’s frequencies for transmission by the slave. The third field is the Constant – this can be used to offset the slave frequencies by a constant amount, or, with a Factor of 0, send a single fixed frequency to the slave. Because each slave also has an Out 2, these can then be programmed in various creative ways. A section on this kind of Generator Shadowing is planned for a later edition of this Guide.
    • Swap Waveform Every [x] Seconds: used for Contact Mode to prevent acid burns on sensitive skin, and for making colloidal silver. A value of 60 seconds is used for contact treatment, and 300 seconds for silver.
    • Out 2 =: if this line is greyed out and unavailable, this is because Inverse and Sync is selected. To allow its use, for Out 2’s waveform select Follow Out 1 or another waveform instead. The first field here is the Factor. Enter the value by which you want to multiply Out 1’s frequencies. Use this for programming dynamic carriers, very high frequencies, and by entering a value of 0, to transmit a Constant audio-band frequency on Out 2 in addition to Out 1’s frequencies. The second field is the Constant. With 1 as the Factor, enter the number of Hz you wish to add to Out 1’s frequencies (as in the Scoon Effect). Enter 0 in the Factor field and you can program any frequency as the Constant. The third field subtracts Out 1 frequency from the computed Out 2 frequency. This is used in the creation of beat frequencies.
    • Out 1 fixed at: this is a single carrier frequency typically used for plasma. Out 2 will be computed such that the resulting modulated frequency will create a sideband that hits the program frequency.
    • Out 2 Follows Program Frequency: the frequency on Out 2 is derived from the program frequency. Out 2 can have a different limiting harmonic or subharmonic from Out 1.

This concludes the extracted text from Part 11 of the Spooky2 User’s Guide. If you need further assistance or more text extracted, please let me know.

Out 2 Runs Every Second Frequency: The frequency list is split between Out 1 and Out 2. This cuts run time in half. Swap Out 1 and Out 2: tick to run plasma programs that need a fixed carrier and low input frequencies.

  1. Restore Defaults: return to the default Spooky2 settings.
  2. Audio Options: tick if you’re using a long Preset from one of our protocols with built-in 0 Hz notifications that tell you when a set ends and it’s safe to pause. Disable this to treat while sleeping.
  3. Gating: gating abruptly turns a signal off and on repeatedly. Each time this happens, it generates many additional related harmonics, making the signal more powerful. The Hz value specifies the rate at which it happens – Hz is the number of cycles per second. So a value of 4 will apply gating four times a second. Tick the Out boxes as desired to apply the gate to the signal on each output.

With the second option, you can specify the On/Off time to get a specific dwell for your gate signal. To get a 4 Hz gate with a 20% Duty Cycle, first need to calculate the period. For a 4 Hz waveform, the period is 250mS (1 second ÷ 4 Hz). 20% of 250mS is 50mS for the mS On value, and the remainder is 200mS for the mS Off value.

  1. Waveform Setup: unsurprisingly, this is where you come to configure your waveform(s) for Out 1 and Out 2. The pane is divided into seven vertical columns – 1, 2, Waveform, Invert, WCM, Spike, and Spectrum. Waveform and Spike are further subdivided into two columns each. 1,2: the round buttons in columns 1 and 2 select the waves in the Waveform column. One in each column can be selected.

Note that Follow Out 1, Spike+Sync, and Inverse and Sync are also technically waveforms because they create the wave for Out 2 based on the selection for Out 1. You can choose two identical waves if you prefer, or two different ones.

In all cases, you will see the results in the Waveform Display. Try choosing different options to see what the effect will be.

Here, we’ve selected a plain Square wave for Out 1, and a Square H-Bomb for Out 2. The lower pane shows the new composite waveform that Spooky2 will create.

You will see changes like this, too, when you select Follow Out 1, Spike+Sync, or Inverse and Sync.

The horizontal axis is time, the vertical voltage. The top is positive, the bottom negative.

Waveform: from the top, these are: Sine, Square, Sawtooth, Inverted Sawtooth, Triangle, Sine Damped, Square Damped, Sine H-Bomb, and Square H-Bomb.

Each one, plus the Spike+Sync waveform when selected, can be inverted by ticking the checkbox to its right beneath the small upward arrow. Unlike radio buttons, you can select multiple checkboxes.

Inverting a wave flips it upside down, reversing its polarity — try it and see what it does in the Waveform Display.

Waveform Menus: these house all the waves shown in the graphical list, plus many others.

If you look at the graphical list, you’ll see that there are Spectrum % fields for sine and square only. But choosing any wave from either of these two menus will allow you to enter a Spectrum % value for it which you couldn’t otherwise do.

Follow Out1: internally decouples the Outs, then copies Out 1’s wave to Out 2 – but not the frequencies. This allows you to use different frequencies on both Outs. To copy the frequencies, tick the Sync checkbox. Spike+Sync: this uses Out 2 to create a high-voltage spike, then injects it into Out 1’s wave. How long the spike lasts is controlled by the Length field in the Spike column, and its voltage by the Ratio field.

Inverse: copies the inverted wave from Out 1 to Out 2. To also copy the frequencies, tick the Sync checkbox.

Sync: Out2 frequency is synced to Out 1. Used with Inverse in Contact Mode, this effectively quadruples the power, while in Remote Mode, it doubles the power by adding harmonics. If Sync is not ticked, Out 1 and Out 2 will not by synced if the frequencies are different on Out 1 and Out 2. However, if the frequencies are the same, the output will be synced even if Sync is not ticked.

~: Allow all waveform values (this is the default). This means allow both positive, negative, and zero values in a waveform. +: Allow only positive and zero values in a waveform. This can be used in lieu of a 100% offset waveform. -: Allow only negative and zero values in a waveform. This can be used in lieu of a -100% offset waveform.

Invert Column: if checked, this will invert a waveform. This is equivalent of multiplying the voltage by -1.

WCM Column: the “WCM” stands for a very special kind of multiplier – Spooky2’s unique Wave Cycle Multiplier. This is what enables Spooky2 to transcend the Spooky2–XM’s hard limit of 5 MHz so it can transmit up to 25 MHz. It’s also used to create the complex damped and H-Bomb waves. You can see that the damped waves have a value of 8 in this column, and the H-Bomb waves have a value of 16. What this means is that Spooky2 creates eight copies of a sine wave, then “infolds” them into a single wave cycle using a complex algorithm to create the damped waves, and does the same for the H-Bomb waves 16 times. If you count these waves’ peaks and troughs, you’ll see that this is so. Entering a WCM value higher than 1 for any of the plain waves does the same thing. This allows you to use any wave you wish with a very high frequency. A good value is 5. When you’re creating spikes, their number is controlled by the value you enter for WCM. Spike: select Spike+Sync or Inverse and Sync to use this, and ensure that an appropriate value is entered in the WCM column. Length: this determines how long the spike will be applied for. A value of 2 is good for frequencies higher than about 10,000 Hz, and 1 for frequencies that are lower. Higher values may be useful in Remote Mode, but could be tingly in Contact Mode. Ratio: this determines the voltage of the spikes in relation to the overall voltage of the underlying waveform. If your amplitude is 20v, and you enter 4 in this field, the spike’s voltage will be 20 volts, and the remainder of the wave will be 5 volts (20÷4). If you enter 2, the spike will be 20 volts, but the rest of the wave will be 10 volts (20÷2). + Spike/– Spike: allow you to specify whether you want positive spikes only, negative spikes only, or both.

– Edge: positive and negative spikes are normally produced on the leading edge of a waveform. This control allows you to produce negative spikes on the trailing edge as well. Research has shown that this has a pronounced biological effect, and it may even be more powerful than a leading-edge spike.

Count: specify the number of spikes you want here. A value of 0 will create the maximum number possible.

For more information and examples, please see here on Inverse and Sync later in this Guide.

Spectrum %: this is another unique Spooky2 technology which allows multiple frequencies to be produced at the same time. A value higher than 1 for WCM must be used.

Depending on the value you enter for Spectrum %, the new “child” frequencies will cluster above and below your program frequencies.

There’s more on Spectrum technology here.

  1. Waveform display: display the results of the settings in the Waveform setup, Signal Settings, and the F2=F1 × Factor parts of the Settings tab. The top graph is Out 1, the 2nd graph is Out 2, and the third graph is the combination of the Out 1 and Out 2 using Spooky Boost.
  2. Wobble pane: this is a controlled, random, or harmonic-based variation in a value (amplitude has no harmonics, so this one applies to frequency only). Wobbles set here will run throughout the treatment. Speed is set by the Gate Hz rate.

Amplitude & Frequency Wobble: both offer controlled variation in the values of signal amplitude and/or frequency.

Amplitude Wobble is useful for keeping pathogens off-balance by changing the power constantly, and it also provides a “hammering” effect. Frequency Wobble varies the frequency constantly to cover pathogen mutations, and prevents them from becoming adapted to steady frequencies. These waveforms appear in the Amplitude and Frequency Wobble menus. They dictate the shape or trajectory of how the variation will be applied over time.

[x]%: this prescribes the intensity with which the wobble is applied — 1% is good for frequency, while larger values are more useful for amplitude.

A good way to see what your settings are doing is to load the virtual PC generator with your Preset or program, start it up, then observe the Frequency and/or Amplitude readouts in the two grey Out panes in the Generator Output pane.

Steps: wobbles are not applied in a smooth continuous way. The value changes “jump” from one single discrete value to the next, and Steps tells Spooky2 how many jumps should be inserted along the trajectory.

A good general Steps value for either or both wobbles is 16, which is the default.

Harmonic Wobble: these apply to frequencies only, since voltages can have no harmonics. This offers three types of variation — true random within percentage-specified limits, fixed percentage-based variations with different numbers of stages, or different types of harmonic jumps, also with different numbers of stages. The first two here are true random, and the rest are staged, either by percentage or by harmonic systems. Wobble is described here.

  1. Schedule pane: you can set generator run times here.

Run From [x] to [x]: use the first menu to set the start time for this generator, and the second menu to schedule a halt. Settings remain in force until you change them again. To disable scheduling, set both menus to the same time.

Run For [x] Hours: here, you can set this generator to run for the number of hours you desire. This setting will override any Repeat Sequence settings already entered.

Start in [x] Days [x] Hours [x] Minutes: you can delay a generator’s start here. To commence countdown, tick Overwrite Generator in the Control Panel, then click Start.

Stop When Complete: if checked, the current program will be allowed to finish the sequence before quitting.

  1. Contact Mode Options: these controls allow you to make Contact Mode a more comfortable experience.

Ramp up [x] V/Sec: gently ramps up the amplitude at the start for comfort. The Ramp-up rate is the rate of increase of the voltage in Volts per Second.

Ramp down [x] V/Sec: gently ramps down the amplitude at the end of the program for comfort. The Ramp-down rate is the rate of decrease of the voltage in Volts per Second.

Reduce Amplitude < [x] kHz: because low frequencies can sting and tingle uncomfortably, this control allows you to lower the voltage for all frequencies lower than the kHz value you specify — 10 KHz is the default. However, the threshold at which discomfort sets in is different for everyone. Experiment to find your own threshold by lowering the value about 1 kHz at a time until you find it’s “biting.”

  1. Startup Options: Choose whether to start programs automatically on launch. Manual Start leaves control in your hands. Auto Start starts all programs anew. Auto Resume starts all programs from where you halted.
  2. Frequency Limits (Hz): Dr. Rife and Dr. Clark found that frequencies that killed pathogens lay between 76,000 Hz and 880,000 Hz So 76,000-880,000 Hz is their mortal bandwidth.

When programs were being developed for relatively affordable Rife machines, these units were unable to transmit frequencies that high — most had a top limit of 100,000 Hz.

As a result, the MORs had to be transposed down so they could be used — making them less effective. Spooky2 can transmit up to 25,000,000 Hz, so there’s no longer any need to be bound by the old restrictions — we can simply transpose the low sub-harmonics back up so that they become more effective. You can do that by defining your desired bandwidth — upper and lower frequency limits — in this pane.

[x]: enter the upper delimiter in Hz here for Out 1 and Out 2. Spooky2 will not create a frequency higher than this.

< [x]: enter the lower delimiter in Hz here for Out1 and Out 2. Spooky2 will not create a frequency lower than this.

Use Harmonic Menus: choose the harmonic system you wish to use for the transposition for Out 1 and Out 2. Spooky2 will create the lowest harmonic inside the bandwidth.

8x: an Octave and a Fibonacci number. Try this one first.

Octave: repeated doubling or halving – 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, etc. This is based on music theory, and music is essentially applied mathematics. It has been proven to work superbly.

Decade: multiplication by 10 – 10 is a product of the Fibonacci numbers 2 and 5. This system has also proven to work very well indeed.

Fibonacci: the number system that defines universal growth patterns. This is a powerful method, too.

Golden Ratio: also called “phi,” this is related to Fibonacci, and used in classical architecture, art, and the pyramids.

Odd: multiplies by odd numbers – 3, 5, 7, etc. Square and Inverse Sawtooth waves are rich in odd harmonics.

Natural Log*: based on the formula 1 + 1÷(1×2) + 1÷(1x2x3) + 1÷(1x2x3x4) + 1÷(1x2x3x4x5), etc.

Scalar*: number system based on the mathematical constants exp(3), exp(6), and exp(9).

*In our tests, neither of these were proven to our satisfaction. So while they are provided, they’re marked as experimental

Out 1/Out 2: these controls allow you to specify which Out the transposition will affect, so you can transmit the low frequency on Out 1, and its transposed harmonic on Out 2.

Example: The Botulinum VEGA program has one low frequency — 518 Hz. Enter 880000 in the > field, and 76000 in the < field (the pathogenic bandwidth), then tick Out 2.

Choosing 8x transmits 518 and 265216. Octave creates 518 and 132608. Decade yields 518 and 518000. Fibonacci gives 518 and 120694. Experiment – and use what works best.

  1. F2 Control: yet another unique Spooky2 technology which allows you to build a second frequency into your waveform. Its advantage is that you can use it to automatically add a high frequency dynamic carrier to each frequency in your program.

F2 = F1 X [x] Hz: enter your harmonic multiplier here. We recommend using octave or decade multipliers, although integers like 3, 7, 11, etc., have had interesting results too.

[x] degrees: this allows you to specify a phase angle. This is a very technical subject, of interest mainly to engineers and experienced Rife users.

Checkbox: ticking this activates the F2 Control.

F2 Menu: the first choice adds the two frequencies to create the new waveform. The second adds extra higher and sub-harmonics. The third adds powerful higher harmonics only and inverts the negative phase of the waveform. The fourth adds powerful higher harmonics only and zeroes the negative phase of the waveform.

To view images of the effects of each of these choices on various waveforms, please see “Making Waves” later in this Guide.

  1. Write Waveforms Button: allows you to save any waveform you design to a CSV file you can open in a spreadsheet and view as a graph for fine-tuning.
  2. Graph Display: clicking the MN option will display the graph for the MN port of Spooky Boost. Clicking the BN option will display the graph of the BN port of Spooky Boost.

Control Tab

This is the “engine room” of your Spooky2 rig, with individual output monitoring and control over each of your generators. It’s also where you configure and control your biofeedback scans, then use Reverse Lookup to correlate found frequencies to programs in the database if you wish.

  1. Generators Pane 2. Generator Control Panel 3. Biofeedback Scan Pane
  2. Generators pane: when you click the Control tab, most of the screen is blank. Left, you see your Generator Buttons in the Generators pane — all are light red to show that they’re stopped.

To start a generator, first tick Overwrite Generator, then click the button for the generator you want.

When you do this, the Generator Control Panel opens, and the button changes to a darker red (below left). It will remain dark red even if you close the panel, or switch to another tab.

This tells you that Spooky2 is now ready and waiting to receive your input on this generator.

Here, we’ve started Generator 3, and its button has turned green to show that it’s running. Once it is, you can return to the Presets or Programs tabs and set up your next generator. If it’s not running, and the button is dark red, any changes you make will apply to it, not your next generator. When you’ve set things up as you wish, tick Overwrite Generator, then select your next generator.

If Generator 3 is dedicated to Spooky Central/Plasma, its button will have bold text (left). To change this, click here.


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Although we call this the Generator Control Panel, only its top two-thirds are dedicated to this task, specifically this area:

  1. Generator Control Panel:
  2. Generator Info: the text in the area at the top left tells me that this is the control panel for Generator 3, and it’s currently running a preset named “1. Remove Metals.”
  3. Delete button: removes all the programs and frequencies in the list temporarily. Your program(s) will remain loaded in the other tabs. This is useful when you have a sequence loaded that you might not have saved, and you want to perform a biofeedback scan using this generator without having to reprogram. When you’ve finished your scan and saved its results, close the Control Panel and click your Generator Button again — but don’t tick Overwrite Generator. Your sequence will appear in the Control Panel as you left it.
  4. Estimated Total Run Time: this is the time it will take to transmit all programs in this sequence once.
  5. Current Preset/Chain Duration: these show how long the preset and/or Chain have been running for. Pausing and unpausing does not reset this time to zero, but stopping does.
  6. Delete and close: this clears all programs and closes the Generator Control Panel, allowing you to load other programs into the generator. All settings are left intact.
  7. Close: this closes the Generator Control Panel, leaving your sequence as it is. If you’ve loaded this generator, all work you do in the other tabs will be queued for the next generator overwrite. When you edit a loaded preset, then return to the Control tab, you must tick Overwrite Generator and click on your desired generator to load your edits.
  8. Start: starts the current preset/settings.
  9. Resume: will continue from where you last stopped. If you’ve stopped during a sweep, the Resume Button will continue it from exactly where you stopped.
  10. Pause: pauses the current program. Click Pause again to resume.
  11. Hold: runs the current frequency, ignoring the dwell, until you click Hold again to resume. This is useful when you feel a reaction to a frequency and wish to give it more time.
  12. Amplitude Wobble and
  13. Frequency Wobble are also toggle controls. These wobbles are different from, and additional to, those in the Settings tab. In Settings, wobbles are active throughout the entire sequence. In the Generator Control Panel, you’re in charge of when to apply them, and for how long. Note that activating either of these will force Spooky2 to remain on the current frequency until the button is toggled off again. These wobbles are configured in the System tab.
  14. Stop: stops the current presets/settings.
  15. Stop Loop Button: stops when the current loop ends.
  16. Frequency Column: this displays all the preset’s frequencies in a list. To start with any frequency other than the first, click it before you click Start. To instantly switch to another frequency while the generator is running, click it. If you right-click inside this list, the currently selected frequency is copied to the Window’s clipboard. If the frequency you want to copy is not selected, you must left-click it first.
  17. Progress Bar: as each frequency transmits, the empty bar directly below the Frequency Column will start to fill up with blue segments to indicate progress through its dwell time.
  18. Dwell: times (in seconds) progress of each frequency. If you click Pause, this becomes editable — useful if you need to jump to a different part of the sweep. When you’ve entered the time you want to jump to, click Pause again.
  19. Total (Dwell): the total number of seconds the frequency will transmit for — normally 180 seconds, but longer for sweeps.
  20. Step: the position number of the current frequency. For instance, if Spooky2 is transmitting the 12th frequency in the sequence, this field will display 12, and so on. This gives you another way to start your program with a frequency other than the first, or to jump to a different one. Enter your Step, then press the keyboard Tab key, and click Start. Although you can, you don’t need to use this for stopped programs — you can use Resume to restart where you left off.
  21. Total (Steps): is the number of frequencies contained in the program or sequence.
  22. Preset: is the current preset number in the chained preset. If the current preset is not in a chain, this number will be 1. To jump to a preset type the preset number in this field and then type the Tab key. This must be done while the preset is stopped.
  23. Total (Presets): when you load a Chained Preset, these fields tell you which preset is currently transmitting, and the total number of presets contained in the chain. To start with a different preset in a chain, enter its order number (Presets/Chains column), press the Tab key, then click Start.
  24. Age Factor [x]: this accelerates all running programs for quick tests. Large values will force a long preset or Chained Preset to run rapidly through all its frequencies, allowing easy checks for errors.
  25. Frequency Adjustment Slider: allows you to adjust the frequency that’s currently running, up or down. The amount by which you can adjust is set below. Click the Reset to Default Button to move the slider back to its default position.
  26. +/– [x] Hz: you can set the amount in Hz by which you wish to adjust here.
  27. Program Column: this lists all programs in this sequence.
  28. Include Harmonics: when doing a reverse lookup, include harmonics (as specified in the Harmonic Type pulldown menu just below) of the database frequencies for more matches.
  29. Include Sub-Harmonics: when doing a reverse lookup, include sub-harmonics (as specified in the Harmonic Type pulldown menu just below) of the database frequencies for more matches.
  30. Harmonic Type: the type of harmonics to be used when doing a reverse lookup (Octave, Decade, etc).
  31. % Tolerance: is the amount of tolerance of error of your frequency from the database frequencies or harmonics of the database frequencies.
  32. Include [x] Hz in Search: you can add a frequency to be included in the Reverse Lookup. This is useful if you have a frequency with which you want to do a reverse lookup, even if the Generator Pane is currently empty.
  33. Go: perform the Reverse Lookup operation.
  34. Generator Output: this is where you can monitor exactly what Spooky2 is sending to each Out of the generator. Shown for both are Frequency, Waveform, Duty Cycle, Amplitude, Offset, Phase, Angle, and Current.
  35. Save Status: appends the current Generator Output values to the text file C:\Spooky2\Data\Status.csv.
  36. Increase GX Calibration: for advanced users only, this button increases the frequency calibration for GeneratorX.
  37. Decrease GX Calibration: for advanced users only, this button increases the frequency calibration for GeneratorX.
  38. This area shows you an image of your generator. If you have right clicked on the generator button to set it dedicated to Central/Plasma, you will see the Spooky Plasma image.
  39. Load: brings up a Load Generator window for you to load the current contents of the Generator Pane into the GeneratorX offline programs (described here).
  40. Copy: saves the contents of GeneratorX offline program storage to a text file on your computer.
  41. Reset Button: click this to reset your generator to its factory defaults. Note that its switch-on “beep” will no longer sound.
  42. Sync: reports whether the Outs are currently synced together or not.
  43. Paste: loads the contents of a text file (created by the Copy button) into the GeneratorX offline programs storage. Overwrites existing content.
  44. Erase: erases the entire contents of the GeneratorX offline program storage.

Load Generator

When you click the Load button, the Load Generator window appears. You can add the currently loaded program in the Generator Control Panel and remove offline programs in this window. The first text field is the name of the program, which defaults to the currently loaded program in the Generator Control Panel. You can change the program name to a name you desire.

Double-click on a slot where you want the program to go. If there is a program in the list you want to delete, click on that program, then click the Delete button.

The settings saved in offline GeneratorX programs are Frequency, Waveform, Amplitude, Offset, Duty Cycle, Gate and Dwell only.

The following three kinds of common programs and settings can’t be loaded into offline GeneratorX programs: preset chains (like the Terrain (R) -BY), frequency sweep presets and repeat frequency settings.

If you want to cancel all your edits since the Load Generator window opened, click the Close button (X) to close the window and cancel your changes.

Once you get the changes made you want, click the Save button to save your edits to the GeneratorX offline memory storage.

Biofeedback Scanning

Biofeedback scanning requires a frequency sweep to be input to the body, plus a system to monitor the results of this. As this sweep is being transmitted, it will kill or injure pathogens — this makes every scan a treatment, and you may experience a Herxheimer Reaction. Your body registers these events as stresses. For Spooky Pulse this stress is clearly reflected in your heart rate. For GeneratorX, these stresses result in change of current absorbed or shifts in the phase angle.

Spooky Pulse is a non-damped cardiac monitor capable of detecting the most minute changes in pulse rate. As the scan sweep progresses, Spooky2 correlates each stress event with the exact frequency that caused it. In Rife, this is called a “hit.” Depending on your settings, it will then analyze all the hits, then select the 10 or 20 that were strongest. The frequencies which caused these are assembled into a program you can save and use to treat the problems found.

GeneratorX is a very sensitive and fast piece of measuring equipment that can measure small variations in current absorption and phase angle changes in the scanning signal. The GeneratorX is fast because it does not rely on a physiological response like the Spooky Pulse does. Spooky Pulse scans the range of 76 KHz to 152 KHz in 47 minutes. GeneratorX can scan this same frequency range in 2.5 minutes.

Depending on your Spooky2 rig, scanning every seven or four days is highly recommended. Spooky Central/Plasma users should use the results program in a killing preset and run it once a day for four days, then scan again. Contact Mode users should run it once daily for seven days, then scan again. Remote Mode should be run non-stop for a week, then scan again. Repeated scans are necessary. Here’s why:

The human body, it may surprise you to learn, is made up of more than 50% bacterial cells. Most of these organisms are harmless, some are beneficial, and some cause disease. Spooky2 is not capable of telling the difference between them — it can only report how big a stress the destruction of each caused in your body. To put it another way, it lists the organisms that “screamed loudest.”

But there’s no guarantee that these are the nasty ones. In fact, serious pathogens are often able to hide from your immune system because they’ve developed stealth strategies. So while they may be hit and killed, their presence might not register over the “noise” of trillions of other bacteria, all of which are also being hit. Repeated scans are necessary to “clear the stage” of all the loud and melodramatic organisms first. When that’s done, Spooky2 can now “hear” the bad guys clearly. Biofeedback scanning is like peeling an onion, layer by layer.

Before you scan, you must first stop or pause all generators operating in Remote Mode because you should only be receiving the input scan sweep frequencies, and no others.

For Spooky Pulse users, connect Spooky Pulse directly to a USB port on your PC – not a hub, because these delay the monitoring signals. After you connect Spooky Pulse, choose the “Rescan Devices” menu item in the Utils menu. You should see a green LED light on the unit, and if you connect the infrared sensor to your finger or ear, a red LED should blink in time with your pulse. To avoid problems with irregular heartbeats, make sure to tick Double HRV Tolerance in the System tab before scanning.

Now load the biofeedback scan preset for your scanning hardware. See the chart here. This will set up your generator correctly. Note that if you edit a biofeedback preset, or make your own custom biofeedback preset, you must save the biofeedback preset in the Biofeedback folder inside the User folder. If you don’t do this, your custom settings will not be restored correctly when you click on the preset. This applies to custom biofeedback presets only because biofeedback parameters are global.

Spooky Pulse scans can be done with Contact or Remote mode. For GeneratorX, you must use TENS pads. You cannot use Spooky Central/Plasma to input any scan sweep because the plasma tube’s energy will freeze Spooky Pulse, preventing it from doing its job.

Spooky Pulse users should click the System tab and see that Spooky Pulse is now listed in the Connected Hardware column. Now go to the Control tab, and open the generator you’ll be using. You’ll see that the words “Emulating Spooky Pulse” have now disappeared from the graph. If there’s a program or sequence showing in the Frequency Column, you can either click the main Delete button and reload it after your scan, or click the Delete button at the top right of the column to remove it temporarily. Now enter the correct parameters for your scan type, and click the Scan button.

The biofeedback presets are described here.

Scanning Tips

To scan reliably, make sure you’re properly hydrated, and that you’ve attended to bathroom needs before you start.

Spooky Pulse Specific:

To detect heart rate changes due solely to frequency hits, you need to be relaxed. Meditation, breathing exercises, peaceful music, or even just zoning out for five minutes works. GeneratorX is more forgiving, but you ought to be focused on the scan, not eating your lunch.

Or you can use a web white noise generator and leave it running in the background.

Ideally, you should be lying down flat on a comfortable surface, with your head supported by a pillow. You should also be comfortably warm. Avoid movement if possible.

You may use Remote or Contact Modes to input the frequencies. For Remote Mode, use a fresh DNA specimen. If using TENS pads, place one on the back of the right hand, and the other just below the outside ankle of the left foot.

A finger-clip sensor should be attached to the left hand finger that’s most comfortable for you.

An ear-clip sensor can be attached to an earlobe. However, because earlobes are rich in sebaceous glands, sebaceous oil may interfere in some cases. If so, you can instead attach the clip to the left little finger, or to the fold of skin between your left thumb and index finger.

You may find yourself falling asleep. This isn’t a problem as long as you remember that you’re connected to the PC when you wake up (and also possibly to the generator). However, if the Spooky Pulse clip has been dislodged and fallen off, you must repeat the scan from the beginning.

It’s a good idea to do a test scan before you do your real scan. After you load the desired biofeedback preset, click the Scan button for a test run. If you see the minus (-) sign after the BPM or HRV labels, this means you are getting a read error on the Pulse sensor. Adjust the sensor until you get a strong signal and the minus sign disappears. For the ear sensor, move the sensor around the earlobe. For the finger sensor, move the sensor back and forth on the finger until you get a good reading, or try another finger. If your BPM pulse rate is high, you may have to change the maximum BPM in the System tab. Once you are getting a strong reading without errors, click Stop, then click Scan to do a real scan.

GeneratorX Specific:

You must use TENS pads, or the Sample Digitizer or Scalar Digitizer. The TENS pads should be as close together as possible, with the pathogens between the two pads.

The best scan results come when you use a baseline scan. To include a baseline scan in your scan, first tick the Baseline Before BFB checkbox. Then click the Scan button, and a baseline is performed before the biofeedback scan. This will double the scan time of the GX Fast Biofeedback Scan (C) -JW, and increase by 50% the scan time of the GX General Biofeedback Scan (C) – JW. The scan preset GX General Biofeedback Scan with Baseline (C) – JW includes a baseline, and because it only does one loop, it takes the same time as the GX General Biofeedback Scan (C) – JW preset.

If a scan is interrupted, you must restart it from scratch. Scans cannot be paused once they’ve started.

GeneratorX biofeedback scanning options

The GeneratorX has richer scanning options than the Spooky Pulse given its faster scanning speeds and sensitive measurement sensors. With the faster scanning speeds comes the ability to Scan and Run, which is perform a scan, then treat immediately (without creating a preset), scan, treat, scan, treat, etc. There is also the Hunt and Kill variation of scan-and-treat approach where each subsequent scan is a refinement of the previous scan. You can optionally specify another generator to run these treatments, connected to any Spooky2 transmission mode (plasma, remote, etc).

With the Sample Digitizer you can also scan a bodily fluid sample. Spooky2 scans with the Sample Digitizer can simply scan, or perform a Scan and Run or a Hunt and Kill.

With the Scalar Digitizer plus the Spooky2 Scalar, you can perform wireless scans on your whole body. This mode of scanning has the option to just scan, or to perform a Hunt and Kill.

  1. Biofeedback Scan pane: configure your personal scans here. Your settings remain in force until the next time you scan, when you must enter them again. However, you can save your settings as a biofeedback preset, by saving the biofeedback preset in the Biofeedback folder inside the User folder. By doing this, your scan settings will be restored exactly as you saved them.
  2. Log Name: some text to differentiate this scan from others, using a name or initials and condition.
  3. Start Frequencies: this defines the starting range of frequencies in your input sweep. If you know the bandwidth of organisms you’re looking for, enter its lower limit here.
  4. Finish Frequencies: this defines the end range of frequencies in your input sweep. If you know the bandwidth of organisms you’re looking for, enter its upper limit here.
  5. Initial Step Size: defines the sub-ranges to divide the sweep into — 100 Hz means that Spooky2 will search in discrete blocks of 100 Hz. Depending on your bandwidth, reasonable values would be 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000, or 100,000.
  6. Initial Step Size Percentage: Another way to specify the Initial Step Size is to use a percentage. A good percentage to use is 0.025%.
  7. Decimal Places: the level of accuracy you want. Good values are 5 for frequencies lower than 600 Hz, or 2 (over 600 Hz).
  8. Max Hits to Find: each hit you find will take three minutes to treat. So entering 20 means that your results will take 60 minutes to apply in Contact or Plasma.

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Modes

  1. Samples/Step: samples are readings of the biofeedback device. Set to 1, frequencies will be checked just once. Higher values increase accuracy but take proportionately more time.
  2. Loops: to get a more accurate scan, you can do more than one loop through the scan frequency range.
  3. Start Delay: this is measured in heartbeats. If you enter 50, Spooky2 will start the sweep, giving you the time taken by your heart to beat 50 times to get ready – 20 is suggested if you’re being assisted, and up to 200 if you’re alone.
  4. Threshold: this value sets the upper limit for which the biofeedback scores that are less than the threshold are discarded from the result. Setting this to 0 will include all hits.
  5. Est. Duration: the estimated time in minutes of the scan.
  6. Detect: choose whether to detect the Max or Min in values. This applies to BPM, HRV, Current, Angle, or Angle+Current. In most cases, selecting Max is correct, with the exception of using Spooky Pulse to look for healing frequencies, in which case you use Min.
  7. Change: if ticked, measures change between values rather than absolute value.
  8. BPM: detect Beats Per Minute in scan (Spooky Pulse).
  9. HRV: detect Heart Rate Variability in scan (Spooky Pulse).
  10. Angle: detect the difference of phase angle between the voltage and current in scan (GeneratorX).
  11. Current: detect current absorbed in scan (GeneratorX).
  12. Angle+Current: detect the sum of the angle plus current in scan (GeneratorX).
  13. Running Average: best for longer scans where the heart rate falls and remains steady.
  14. Peak: best for short scans where the rate is unlikely to change very much.
  15. 2 DP Max: not used for body scans, so it’s greyed out if the Frequency Column is empty. This control is used only when you use biofeedback scanning for program optimization (described later).
  16. Single Scan: tick this and Spooky2 will scan once, with no reinspection. If ticked, after the initial scan the values are refined.
  17. Grade Program: tests database programs for efficacy.
  18. Refine +/-: the amount of Hz to use in the refining process. For every found frequency fff in the initial scan, given a refine value rrr, the range from f−rf-rf−r through f+rf+rf+r is scanned.
  19. BPM: beats per minute.
  20. HRV: heart rate variability — low is good. Averages for both are also shown.
  21. VI Angle: the measured phase angle from the GeneratorX.
  22. Current: the measured current from the GeneratorX.
  23. Run Hits: if ticked, after the scan completes, the found frequencies are run for treatment.
  24. Continue Refining Hits: if ticked, after the first scan and treatment, the subsequent scans are refinement of the previous scan.
  25. Run on Gen: if a non-zero value, the treatment phase of Run Hits is performed on this generator.
  26. Run Cycles: the number of times to repeat a scan/run pair. If 0, the Run Hits repeats until you stop it.
  27. Scan: starts the scan. Normally you let the scan run until completion, but if you need to stop the scan, click Stop.
  28. Analyze: will bring up an Open dialog for you to choose an older raw scan data file to open for analysis. The parameters like Detect, Change, and Threshold are used to determine the Scan Results.
  29. Analyze+: like Analyze, but combines either BPM/HRV, or Current/Angle.
  30. Baseline: performs a baseline scan. The baseline scan allows you to measure the effect of the environment on the scanning equipment (GeneratorX only). In subsequent scans, the environmental influence is subtracted from the scan results. You must use the exact same biofeedback preset to run the Baseline scan as you use for the real scans.
  31. Erase Baseline Scan: erases the current baseline scan, and subsequent scans will not use a baseline until you create a new baseline scan.
  32. Sample Graph: this graphic indicates which sample is being read where the number of samples is specified in Samples/Step.
  33. Baseline Before BFB: if ticked, when you click the Scan button, a baseline operation will happen before the biofeedback scan. Using this option provides the most accurate scan possible.
  34. Biofeedback Graph: this is where a graph depicting the values read in the biofeedback scan is shown. When no Spooky Pulse is connected, or you are in test mode, you see “Emulating Spooky Pulse”. When you connect a Pulse, or are connected to a GeneratorX, a real graph is shown. During a scan, it will scroll from right to left in real-time.

Notes: since the user can use either the Running Average (RA) or Peak values, this means that the biofeedback input is either compared with the RA, or taken at nominal value. In either case, the data received is conditioned so that there are no spikes as the user breathes (for Spooky Pulse).

If any input data anomaly is detected, Spooky2 will pause for three consecutive good samples to ensure data integrity. When this happens, the words “Data Error” will appear.

Scan Results

When the scan finishes, Spooky2 returns to its hits list to sweep above and below each until it has found the exact value. It then presents the list as a custom frequency set which you can save to your own database. You should save this with a descriptive Program name.

If you close the scan results window in error, click the Analyze button to reopen it.

  1. Frequency Results: These are results of the scan. The frequencies that are ticked will be saved when you click the Save button.
  2. Select All: ticks all frequencies in the list.
  3. De-Select All: unticks all frequencies in the list.
  4. Copy: copies the ticked frequencies into the clipboard.
  5. Reverse Lookup: this is perhaps the most widely misunderstood aspect of Spooky2’s biofeedback feature. Spooky biofeedback was never designed to be a diagnostic tool. A diagnosis is useful only to a health professional, not to a patient. Most doctors require it only to look up drugs in their directories which can be used for it.

In other words, a diagnosis is a stepping-stone to a written prescription for a medication or treatment. Spooky biofeedback skips this step altogether and provides the prescription directly, written by your own body — the frequencies found by your scan.

So Reverse Lookup doesn’t provide any sort of a diagnosis. What it actually does is to search the Spooky2 databases specified in the Programs tab to find frequencies within the tolerance you specify.

There are certain structures and systems that are common to many pathogens — cell walls and receptors are examples — and certain frequencies target such structures rather than specific organisms.

This means that such frequencies are common to a great many programs, and if such a frequency is found in your scan, Reverse Lookup will return every program that contains it. This does NOT mean you have all these pathogens — just that a frequency that targets such aspects was found.

  1. Include Octave: tick to include octave harmonics. Unticked here because we’re checking out close fundamentals only.
  2. Include Sub Octave: tick to include suboctave harmonics.
  3. [x]% Tolerance: use 0% for an exact match, and .1% for a close match.
  4. Go Button: click to initiate the lookup. Spooky2 will then search its database(s) to see if it can find matches for the frequencies. If Include Octave is ticked, the operation will take a couple of seconds. Below is a Reverse Lookup Results window.
  5. Save: click to save your frequencies as a custom program. See the Create Program window below.

Enter any comments you desire, then click the Save button at the top right of the window.

Too Many or Too Few Results

There may be times when you do a Reverse Lookup when you get too many or too few results. If you are getting too many results, you can make the [x]% Tolerance be a smaller value, say changing the default 0.0125% to 0.001%. You can also untick some databases in the top right part of the Programs tab to eliminate these databases from the reverse lookup.

If you are getting too few results, try ticking both Include Octave and Include Sub Octave. Also, make sure the databases in the Programs tab are ticked that you want to include, as well as the databases in the Systems tab. If you are still not getting enough results, increase the value of the [x]% Tolerance, say from the default 0.0125% to 0.025%.

Generator Button Colors & Labels

Each operational status displays a color or text appearance change.

  • Generator is stopped and not opened in Spooky2.
  • Generator is stopped, but opened in Spooky2.
  • Bold text — generator dedicated to Spooky Central/Plasma. When set, a picture of the plasma device is shown in the Generator Control Panel. To change this, click here.
  • This generator has a 7200 second (or 2 hour) pause delay before it starts.
  • Generator is running.
  • Generator is shadowing another master generator.
  • Generator is paused.
  • Generator start is delayed, and counting down to 0.
  • Generator’s Hold is active.
  • Amplitude Wobble is active.
  • Frequency Wobble is active.
  • Numerals that flash from black to red mean Spooky2 has found a problem with the generator.
  • This generator has a pending Stop command. Use the little button to the right of the Stop button in the Control pane to stop the program at the end of the program loop.
  • VG Button: this is your Virtual Generator. It “controls” a software generator. This can be used for Generator Shadowing and experimentation.
  • This generator is doing a biofeedback scan.

The top numeral on each button is the USB Port number, the bottom one shows the program’s percentage completed except where a generator’s start has been delayed, when a countdown in seconds will be shown instead.

System Tab

Settings made in this tab will affect the operation of your entire Spooky2 rig.

  1. General Settings
  2. Wobble
  3. Spooky Pulse Limits
  4. Restore Defaults
  5. Connected Hardware
  6. Frequency Blacklist Control
  7. Active Databases
  8. Skins
  9. Sounds
  10. Frequency Conversions

1. General Settings

  • Display Port Number: tick to show port on generator display when stopped.
  • High CPU Priority: tells Windows to allocate most resources to Spooky2.
  • Write program log: writes a record of activity to a file saved to the Data folder.
  • Show Decimal Time in Seconds: The times normally shown as HH:MMwill be displayed as seconds, i.e., 2:30:45 becomes 9045.
  • Show Internet Tab: shows/hides the Internet tab.
  • Use Simple BFB Average: uses a pre-GeneratorX method to calculate Running Average.
  • Auto Close Control Panel: tick to automatically close the Generator Control Panel when you switch to a different tab.
  • Disable ToolTips: most controls in Spooky2 have “cursor hover” ToolTips. Tick this to remove them, then relaunch.
  • Show Program Total Run Time: displays run times in the Programs Pane. Tick, then refresh the database.
  • Enable Right-Click Contextual Help: allows clicking the right mouse button in a frame to bring up contextual help.
  • Pause Generators during Biofeedback: pauses all other generators during biofeedback, to prevent interference from other programs running on other generators.
  • Save on every Scan /Run cycle: allows you to optionally save every scan result when Run Hits is set.
  • Accumulate Scan/Run Cycle Hits: when the previous option is ticked, and you leave the Scan Results window showing, each successive scan will accumulate its results in the Scan Results window.
  • Prevent Computer Hibernation: keeps your computer from sleeping when running Spooky programs.
  • Display GX Current + Angle: update Current and Angle displays in the Generator Control Panel.
  • Fast: use a higher refresh rate to display GX Current and Angle.

2. Wobble

These wobble controls are identical to those in the Settings tab. However, these set up the momentary wobble system applied by buttons in the Generator Control Panel.

3. Spooky Pulse Limits

  • Min BPM: minimum acceptable pulse rate during biofeedback scan.
  • Max BPM: maximum acceptable pulse rate during biofeedback scan.
  • Max HRV: maximum HRV value during biofeedback scan.

4. Restore Defaults

Return to the Spooky2 default System settings.

5. Connected Hardware

This is where you see all hardware.

6. Frequency Blacklist Control

You can disallow any frequency you wish in Spooky2.

  • [xxx]: type the frequency to disallow here. You should add the 1840 and 1910 – these are believed to cause malignancy growth.
  • Add: click to add your frequency to the blacklist.
  • Blacklist Column: this is your list of disallowed frequencies — it’s used by all generators.
  • Delete: click to clear the contents of your blacklist.
  • Avoid Octaves: You can avoid octave harmonics by ticking this if you wish. However, this can result in very important frequencies being skipped.
  • Avoid Decades: likewise, you can also avoid decade harmonics.

7. Active Databases

Shows file-paths to your databases.

  • DNA Database: loads the DNA database for human pathogens, parasites, and viruses.
  • Non-Human Base Pair Database: loads the Non-Human Base Pair Database of animal and plant pathogens.
  • Molecular Weight Database: loads the Molecular Weight database. Increases launch times.
  • Custom Database #1: loads your custom database. Databases #1 value is set via the Select Custom Database #1 command in the Database menu.
  • Custom Database #2-#4: loads your custom databases. Databases #2 – #4 values are set via the Select Custom Database #2-#4 command in the Database menu.
  • Biofeedback Database: loads your biofeedback results database. Change the database via the Select Biofeedback Database command in the Database menu.
  • Encyclopedia: loads the medical database which you can search in the Programs tab.

8. Skins

Change the appearance of the Spooky2 user interface by choosing a skin in the combo box.

  • Font Size: Changes the size of all the fonts in the Spooky screens.

9. Sound

Sets whether to use no sound, a beep, or a person’s voice to alert the user to notifications by Spooky2.

10. Frequency Conversions

These advanced controls affect the Molecular Weight and Base Pairs programs only — they have no effect on the Main database programs. Best left to experts.


Internet Tab

This is where everything related to email and the internet is found.

Social Networks pane:

  • Click to visit the Spooky2 Forum.
  • Click to visit the Spooky2 Facebook Rife for Life group.
  • Click to visit the Spooky2 YouTube channel.
  • This will take you to the Spooky2 blog.
  • This will take you to the MiraMate PEMF site.
  • Spooky2 Online Guide
  • Spooky2Reviews.com
  • Rife Machine FAQ
  • Spooky2 Sales
  • Spooky2 Scalar
  • Spooky2 Support
  • Spooky2 Videos

Email Options:

  • Email Address: this is obvious.
  • Email Message: and so is this.
  • Send Email: click to send your email.
  • Delete: clears entered email address.

Note: you must have a correctly configured POP mail desktop client like Outlook or Windows Mail. It only works for webmail after you’ve set up your desktop client with the right settings for this.

Errors Tab

All important Spooky2 errors will be listed historically in this tab. They will remain here until you clear them.

  • Errors: the date, time, generator number, and nature of the error are recorded.
  • Delete: click to clear the list.
  • Write Button: click to write the errors list to a text file and save it to the location of your choice.

Status Bar

Used to report system status data, mainly for operations and error tracking. It’s common to all tabs.

  • Generator Count: reports the number of generators found by Spooky2 at launch.
  • Response Errors: when a command is issued to a generator, Spooky2 awaits a response from it. If none is received, this value increments.
  • Generator Error: reports the number of the generator which reported the last error.
  • Clear Errors: click to clear Status Bar error boxes only — this won’t clear errors in the Errors tab.
  • Version: this is the Spooky2 release you’re using.
  • Screenshot: click to take a screenshot of all tabs. The JPG files are stored in Spooky2’s Data subdirectory.
  • Customer Support: takes screenshots of all tabs, then helps you report your problem to the Spooky2 Help Desk. The email address is already entered, and screenshots are automatically attached.
  • Message Center: displays brief messages showing what Spooky2 is doing currently.
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