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How Does Biofeedback Work 2

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When the body encounters stress, it alters its own electrical fields through the autonomic nervous system. The results are changes in skin conductivity, heart rate and electrical signal behaves.

Telling lies to someone creates stress, and the results of this are easily picked up by a polygraph. There’s nothing the subject can do to prevent this since the autonomic nervous system is not under conscious control. And it doesn’t matter how slight or how minute the amount of stress is – the body reacts just the same.

Spooky2 has two ways of doing biofeedback scan. Spooky Pulse and Spooky2 GeneratorX.

With Spooky Pulse, if you input an ultrasound sweep into a subject’s body, and one or more of its frequencies produces a sympathetic resonance from, say, a pathogen or a parasite, the subject will always have a low-level stress reaction. Which is picked up immediately and recorded by Spooky Pulse’s heart rate monitor.

When the sweep is done, Spooky Pulse will then go through its list of “hits” and sweep carefully around them to find the exact frequencies that produce these tiny stress reactions.

With GeneratorX, it records how the electrical signal behaves. If there’s a resonance for a pathogen in your body, a brief change in the electrical pattern shows that a hit was detected.

The final result will be a list of frequencies that can be saved as a set and used to deal with the problem effectively because now you have the right frequencies. You’ve found the truth. Without taking out a second mortgage.

Spooky2 GeneratorX

To read Spooky2 GeneratorX instruction in file and also in video, please check here.

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  1. Thank you John, we have noticed a result in a very visible tumour in less than a week after doing a biofeedback scan with generator x. Liked the comment about finding the truth without taking out a second mortgage as we have spent thousands of $ on ASEA over 7 months as they promised the same results but nothing happened.
    Julie Briggs

    1. Very glad to hear that! Thank you for sharing!

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