Sometimes you may not find any search result in Spooky2 software when you type in a particular keyword. Here we offer some notes and tips you can try when you encounter similar situations.
The spelling of a word may differ from British English to American English. Keep in mind to try different ways of spelling when you use the search function in Spooky2 software, especially when no search results come up.
In general, partial words often work better than complete ones.
For example, “normal” will find “normalize”, “stimulat” will find “stimulate”, “stimulatory” and “stimulation”.
Another way is to search the disease on Wikipedia to see if it has other names.
For example, if you search Zika Fever in Spooky2 software, there will be no results. However, if you use Dengue Fever as the keyword, you will find related frequencies.
You can also look for the source of your health problem and then target it individually with Spooky2 Rife frequencies. For example, the cause of most thyroid nodules is not known, but lack of iodine can cause thyroid nodules. Chronic inflammation of the thyroid (Hashimoto’s disease), which results in reduced thyroid gland activity may also cause thyroid nodules.
Some frequency programs are not available in the Spooky2 software database. However, the software allows you to create and save any programs or frequencies you want to run using the Create Program command of the File Menu.
Please check how to create a new program from this blog: