A smart online tool is shared by Advanced Spooky2 User Bryan Yamamoto, please check the following details:
One of the great things about the protocols on Spooky is that they take advantage of the biofeedback available through Spooky Pulse or Generator X. While this makes the protocol more effective, the Morgellons protocol may require 150 edits to the Morgellons presets, adding your biofeedback scan into these 150 presets.
With the Cancer protocol, you are required to make 2 scans, place them into the various Cancer protocol, as well as create your own targeted cancer program, and put that program into the Cancer presets too.
I have created an online tool that will take your frequencies from your biofeedback scans, and optionally for Cancer take your targeted cancer program, and automatically create the Morgellons & Lyme as well as the Cancer presets that include your biofeedback scans and targeted cancer program.
Because this tool edits all these presets for you automagically, you can easily update these presets to include your latest biofeedback scans, and it becomes relatively effortless (say compared to editing 150 presets). This means that if you do biofeedback sessions weekly, you can alway be running Morgellons and Lyme presets that contain your latest fresh biofeedback results.
Here is a picture of the screen that first comes up.
If you already know your biofeedback frequencies (you can load your FBF_Frequencies.csv into Notepad and fish them out of the custom database), you enter the freqencies into the Scan Frequencies field, enter a name into the Scan Name Field (say like your name and date of the scan), and click the Create Presets button. And that's it.
However, if you feel uncomfortable fishing frequencies out of the CSV file, you can instead upload presets (these need to be from a relatively modern Spooky, one that used the Loaded_Frequencies field) into this tool, and it will extract all the frequencies out of that preset into either the Scan Frequencies field or the Cancer Frequencies field, depending on which button you click.
Here is a picture that shows the order for uploading a preset to get Scan Frequencies.
1. First click the Choose File button, and select a Spooky2 preset that has your biofeedback results in it.
2. Click Upload Scan Preset, and the frequencies from your chosen preset will be filled into the Scan Frequencies field.
3. At this point, you can click Create Presets to get a set of Morgellons & Lyme presets. If you need Cancer presets too, do the follow steps.
Note: Your preset can have any number of biofeedback scan results. So if you took a scan of your tumor, and your digestive system, and your inflamed knee, you can put all these programs into a single preset and upload this preset into the Scan Frequencies field. Also, if you have Spooky Pulse, and you did a separate Cancer scan and System scan, you can put both these results into a single preset, and upload that preset.
Here is a picture that shows the order for uploading a preset to get Cancer Frequencies.
1. First click the Choose File button, and select a Spooky2 preset that has your targeted Cancer programs in it.
2. Click Upload Cancer Preset, and the frequencies from your chosen preset will be filled into the Cancer Frequencies field.
3. Now click Create Presets. If you have correctly filled out the Scan Frequencies field and the Cancer Frequencies field, you wil have a complete set of Morgellon & Lyme plus Cancer presets.
Note: Here also, you can have multiple targeted cancer programs in a single preset. So if you are not sure which cancer preset to use, you can add more than one.
When you click "Create Presets", a zip file is downloaded to your Downloads folder. You need to extract the folder that is inside the zip file, and copy this folder to C:\Spooky\Preset Collections\User\ using the File Explorer or the Windows Explorer.
At this point, there is no help, but if you hover the mouse over the various labels on the screen, a small explanation is given about the nature of that field.
Here is the link for this online tool: Create Biofeedback Presets.
Authored by: Bryan Yamamoto