Spooky2 Biofeedback scan explanation: what does these frequencies mean or what the detected problems are? Where can I identify these frequencies?

1. The thing is.... you don't need to. There may be many bugs and mutant bugs out there that aren't on the database, so therefore just save and run the set that you get from your BFB. If you were to use reverse lookup function, that would not tell you what the scan has picked up, it will only tell you frequency sets that are close to the problem itself. Which is why I often get female problems in my reverse lookup, which aren't relevant to me(!) So just treat with your BFB results.

If you want to know more about reverse lookup, please go to this link: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/understanding-reverse-lookup/

2. When the software was first released, there was no Reverse Lookup - you got a list of frequencies found when organisms stressed by them freaked out as they died. You then simply use those frequencies to complete the wipe out.
Spooky Pulse 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 Pulse skips this step altogether as does new genx and sample digitizer 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 Spooky 2 database to find frequencies within the tolerance you specify.
When a frequency is found that has no database listing, there are two possibilities: 1-the pathogen is newly engineered in a biowarfare lab, so it’s never been dealt with before. 2-it’s an existing pathogen that has mutated enough to change its frequency - which is dictated by physical properties like geometry.
In both cases, running the unknown frequency WILL devitalize the pathogen.
In 99% of cases, bad reactions after running a frequency are due to it hitting a highly reactive nasty target and/or that target being very toxic when it spills its contents. However, it’s vital to check that past reactions were not simply coincidental - don’t allow fear of the POSSIBLE to prevent PROBABLE solutions.
Run IC Detox & Support non-stop, use activated charcoal, and drink as close to eight pints of pure water as you can manage every day.

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  • This is not very useful because the number of hits in the database is extensive and for the most part provides a flood of information and possibilities that can only confuse.

    Is there a case for increasing the sensitivities of the Reverse Lookup so that fewer possible conditions are specified in the search? If a more accurate frequency range is used to identify possible conditions in the database, the user will have a better idea of where the problem being treated is to be identified.


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