Q: What is the best way to do a Full body scan using GX?
A: For a general scan, place the pads on the left and right of the torso, midway between the hips and the shoulders. The signal will go through the gut, which is a major organ, reflecting the state of your body. Many pathogens reside there. It is not a good idea to place TENS pads at the right wrist and left ankle for a scan using GeneratorX.

The results will not be as precise as if the TENS pads are close. There are two reasons:

A. The signal is passing through more healthy tissue, overshadowing the signal of the pathogens.

B. The signal is reduced, because the human body has resistance to electrical signals. For more info, please check this:
https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/how-to-place-tens-pads-while-doing-biofeedback-using-generatorx/

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Q: Is it possible to still do a Grad Scan with the new GX software?
A: You should be able to do a grade scan with GX. It requires that a frequency program list be loaded in order to click Grade Program.

You can do this with the GX using a pulse or with GX's faster scan -- current. Do not use Angle or Angle + Current unless you like garbage in/garbage out scenarios.

Biofeedback is very straight forward when you break it down like this.

All biofeedback scans will scan a set of frequencies. You have 4 modes which consists of two operations -- scan the frequency and optimize the frequency.

No Frequency Program loaded required for the first 2 modes.

1. It will scan ONLY the range defined - a regular biofeedback scan (Single Scan Checked).

2. It will scan the range defined and then it will do a second pass of the frequencies found, to optimize +- 1 Hz of that frequency. (Single Scan Not Checked).

It will take nearly as long to optimize 20 frequencies as it does to scan 3800 frequencies -- so this doubles the time of the default scan range for the Pulse.

A Frequency Program is loaded and required for the next 2 modes.

3. Optimize Scan (Grade Program Unchecked). Scan +- 1 Hz the frequencies loaded and return the best result for each frequency.

As you can see Optimize scan can be isolated if you provide a list ahead of time, otherwise it would have to scan the range first to find what to optimize (Mode #2).

4. Grade Scan (Grade Program Checked). You can change the behavior of the optimize scan to only grade the frequencies loaded. Returns the loaded frequencies ranked from best to worst response. Does not guarantee top frequencies are efficacious or appropriate to the target.

Q: Can the tens internal probe be used for contact for GX scan to test uterine fibroid?
A: I don't think the internal probe can be used to test for uterine fibrosis. The uterus is not located in the anal sphincter.

Q: Would you explain the difference between selecting Current, Angle and Angle + Current?
A: I can give you a quick (well detailed so hopefully quick) description via an example.

When you take and pull out frequencies using current, we are looking for the ones that had the most change from the prior measured frequency.

When you take and pull out frequencies using angle, we are looking for the same, but using phase angle.

When you take and pull out frequencies using angle+current, we literally add the two measurements together and pull the frequencies from the combined metrics.

It may sound similar, but it is very different. Let me highlight using an example:

Let's say we have the following 3 frequencies and corresponding measurements (remember the values we evaluate are the change from prior measurement, while the raw data is recorded in the biofeedback file).

1000 Hz with a current measurement difference of 10, and an angle measurement difference of 20.

2000 Hz with a current measurement difference of 20, and an angle measurement difference of 10.

3000 Hz with a current measurement difference of 15, and an angle measurement difference of 16.

If I pull the top frequency from all 3 for current, I will get back 2000 Hz. It has the highest measurement difference for current.

If I pull the top frequency from all 3 for angle, I will get back 1000 Hz.

If I pull the top frequency from angle+current, I get back 3000 Hz. While 3000 Hz had neither the highest current or angle measurement, combined it outranks the other two.

This is why you will find that angle+current has the both the ability to pull duplicate frequencies from the other two analysis methods, but also has the ability to pull frequencies that are unique -- culling frequencies that responded well in both categories, but not necessarily enough to make the top 10 using the other two methods of analysis.

While John's method is indeed a nice way to make one frequency program out of two methods, I still find there is value in saving 10 frequencies per method into individual frequency programs so I can track which frequency came from what.

Loading 3 frequency programs into an application is easy enough and remove duplicates takes care of reducing the results to unique sets.

Others will find much value in John's method to combine them together into one frequency program, and I'm sure other methods will be invented as well to manage the data.

For more details, please check the link:
https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9247

Q: The BFB for GX is running in the range of 41000 to 18 000 000 Hz. In the old Pulls scans the range was 1 500 000 to 1 700 000 Hz for zCancer and 11 000 000 to 13 000 000 Hz for aHigh. What values do we set up GX's scan range to cover only the cancer band?
A: 1. We only really know of two. BX and BY. BX is 1.604 MHz, hence the 1.5 - 1.7 MHz range which also includes where BY is recorded.

BX true fundamental is 4 octaves higher per British Rife Group at 12.832 MHz, hence the 11 - 13 MHz range. This range also would include BY at this power band. However the results of this range can only be appreciated using Remote and Contact, as Plasma would have to convert it back down into the 1.604 MHz range.

With the Pulse, it is impossible to scan a very large frequency range due to time. So we scan around the known values and let the 76 kHz - 152 kHz cover a full octal range -- albeit it does not cover directly the known cancer frequency power band. 1.604 MHz would be detected as 100,250 Hz in the octal scan the Pulse uses by default.

Neither of the two cancer scans are full octal scans, they just get you closer to the known fundamentals, and being narrower in focus, should increase the odds of detecting frequencies that are related to BX and BY.

There is no way you are going to; without the visual ability to isolate, target, and confirm, scan just the so called cancer range, unless of course you are willing to consider the two already defined as good enough.

With the GX, you are still best served by scanning the entire 41 kHz to 18 MHz range. It will pull out of the body the largest issues the body prioritizes, which most certainly contributes to cancer if one is facing this issue.

If you still wish to scan the areas around the known values, you can continue to use the zCancer and aHigh scan ranges. Just load and then convert the scan type from BPM to one of the GX types. However, it is already covered by the full GX scan range.

Please note that all frequencies returned by both the zCancer and aHigh Freq are not guaranteed to be for cancer. You have only increased the odds that you will detect resonant frequencies in the same power band that the known values are in.

A very distinct difference than what I think you feel biofeedback does.

2. As GX is so fast compared to Pulse biofeedback (BFB) scanning the range has been increased. We now know that bacteria can morph into other forms so having such a broad range on a GX BFB scan gives us a catch all sweep. I recommend that you stay with the default GX BFB settings.

3. The cancer frequencies are not really known, the frequencies Royal Rife are thought to be known. You probably would do best to use all frequencies found by the GenX preset, for in some way they may apply to a cancerous condition or affected body part relating to cancer.

For more details, please check the link:
https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=9185

Q: What should I do if my ailment has a freq lower than 4100 hz when I do GX scan?
A: You can set the start frequency to a lower one before commencing the biofeedback scan. But at very low frequencies it can be painful. The lowest frequency discovered by Royal Rife was 77000 Hz. We are using Sine waves, so we are finding the pure frequency, not sub harmonics. Germs are small, so the frequencies for them are high.

Q: How do we know GX is not picking up healthy gut bacteria while doing scan? Without a pulse, is there a 'filter' mechanism or some way of sorting the result of the GX scan to see which frequency are from pathogens and which ones are from healthy bacteria?
A: There is no ‘filter’ mechanism. GeneratorX is finding the resonant points of all tissue between the TENS pads, so it is important to place them close to the problem area.

Q: How do we use the cancer protocol with GX scan results? In the current protocols we have to input our scans: Your Cancer Scan Results CUST, Your System Scan Results CUST. Do we input 2 times the BFB scan from GX? For GX we have one scan only.
A: One time is enough. The GX scans will include both cancer and bacteria and viruses.

For more details, please check the link:
https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9298

Q: I am currently doing the Morg/Lyme protocol. Can I use the results of a GenX biofeedback scan in place of the Pulse ALL Biofeedback Scan for Morg/Lyme?
A: Yes, you can. Just use the GX scan preset, and the M&L protocol expects 10 frequencies it you wish to keep the program times the same.

For more details, please check the link:
https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=97&t=9118

Q: Is it ok to use the GX tens pads for Biofeedback close to the throat? can I use the TENs pads little away from Heart area around the lungs as I started to cough as well?
A:1) The problem with using TENS on the throat is if it causes the throat to resonate and the muscles contract, it can cut off blood supply to the brain as your carotid artery is right there.

Be pretty hard to fix this issue if you passed out and the end results not pretty.

There are other concerns as well.

So the warning to never place pads above the neckline are in place to help people avoid finding out the hard way.

To scan the throat, use the back of each shoulders as the location for your pads.

This will allow the current to enter safely and catch the throat as it passes nearby. Whatever is in your throat is also in your blood and can be detected as it flows past the area being scanned.

2) Left/Right of torso. If you go all the way up to the arm pits, you are bisecting the heart.

If you keep it at midpoint, just below the solar plexus, you should be fine.

I scanned my mom on the right wrist, and still picked up possible frequencies associated with her lungs most likely due to the fact that blood flows through the body and quickly.

Certainly the closer you can get to an issue, the more likely you will not pickup other issues that you are not trying to target.

However, the body still will report back what it prioritizes especially if it ranks higher than what we prioritize.

You may be best served to scan just the torso as indicated above, and use just those results for 24 hours before you try targeted scans.

See my tip of the day regarding GX scans to find out how to pull out all the frequencies you can from one scan.

It may address both the throat and the lungs without having to do multiple scans.

For more details, please check:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/spooky2/permalink/938368766325027/

Q: If a friend comes to me and I do a Biofeedback Scan with my GenX, how do I get the results onto his computer so that he can run the results on his XM?
A: The GenX biofeedback scans are located Spooky2 > ScanData. Each of them is named "BFB YourName Date", so I imagine you could copy your friend's scan to a memory stick and then he'd transfer that to the ScanData folder of his Spooky2 folder. (This assumes he has the latest software.) 

Another way to do it would be to create a preset on your computer incorporating your friend's scan (i.e. insert it into his chosen Remote, Contact or Plasma shell, e.g. Killing (R) - JK), then copy that from your User Folder onto a memory stick. He would then transfer that to his own User Folder.

Just make sure that your friend is running the latest version of Spooky2 (the preset file format changed because of GX, and it can't be read on older copies of Spooky).

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Q: I'm having a really difficult time getting correct GeneratorX scans with either TENS pads or hand cylinders. Can anyone provide me any tips that can help me get some accurate results?
A: Just a few key points for consideration:

1. Contact based scans (GX) have to be driven with enough current.
Meaning, you must use the boosted High Power Port. It will not work as good via Out 1 directly. Use of the CS port will restrict current and render an invalid scan.

2. The accuracy of the scan can be determined by overlapping the raw data from the scan on top of each other -- not by the frequencies you have returned.

The body is a dynamic and moving target. Blood is flowing, your scan's will have fluctuations in the data due to this, resulting in some variation to the reported frequencies.

The data plot; however, will match. It will not match someone else's data plot.

3. Your hits are not %. This is the change from baseline.

If your body does not conduct current well to start with, your hits will be based on smaller peaks.

However, those peaks will still be greater than all the rest.

Just because someone else scores a .5 but had fluctuations between 0 and 0.5 does not mean your .1 is no less a hit if your fluctuations only were from 0 to 0.1.

4. The best way to validate the frequencies is to use them.

Stop over analyzing the data and throwing out responses because it does not meet your filters.

Do feel free to continue to investigate the means that the data is acquired. Once you can see the process for what it is, and how it works, assumption based analytics goes out the window and more articulated means of processing the data come into play.

This is when you have the means to manipulate the results at will.

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Q: Spooky does not report any hits in GX Biofeedback scan.
A: This will be due to the Threshold feature. The Threshold sets the minimum value of the reported hits. If none of your hits are above this value, then nothing will be reported. The feature was installed to prevent false-positives. You can change the Threshold to 0 if you wish to show more hits.

Q: Where can I find my saved scan results?
A: You can search your scan results in the Programs tab and please make sure the BFB is chosen in the Database column on the right.

Q: What shell preset should you use with the GeneratorX BFB scan, killing or healing preset?
A: GenX only returns killing frequencies - use a killing preset.

For more details, please check the link:
https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=9141

Q: After a GeneratorX biofeedback scan, can we then run the scan results on the XM generator, and which waveform multipliers (if any) should we use?
A: Yes. If the frequencies are high, the XM generator may not be able to reach them, but most frequencies should be within reach. The GeneratorX biofeedback scan goes up to 17 MHz. The XM generator can reach this frequency, but needs to use a Wave Cycle Multiplier, which can affect the accuracy of the signal.

Q: Would there be any reason not to run a scan everyday with GeneratorX? Or do we stick to the same 4 day period like with the Spooky Pulse?
A: The data point to consider to find out if daily scanning will work is if you feel you have enough time addressing the frequencies reported from the last scan.

Is 24 hours enough time to fully address? If so, then daily scanning would be great.

If 24 hours is not enough time, then you may be moving on to a new set of targets too soon.

Personally, If I'm using a v2.0 remote on the GX with the direct frequencies of a scan, I feel it is possible to address the targets in that time.

To be even more detailed, the scan I"m applying is not much more than 1 hour worth of frequencies, so I get nearly 24 repetitions in that time.

I've sometimes gone 2-4 days with the v2.0 on GX, but the efficacy rate is much better than say with a v1.1 remote.

If I were to use a XM with a v1.1 remote to apply, I'd go a full 5 days based on the efficacy rates of the old equipment.

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