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Reverse Lookup doesn’t provide any sort of a diagnosis. What it actually does is to search the Spooky2 database to find frequencies within the tolerance you specify. If you already have a confirmed diagnosis, you can use reverse lookup to see if any programs would be useful. This blog will show you how to do a reverse lookup.

There are two places to do a reverse lookup in Spooky2 software: Scan Results Window and Generator Control Panel.

Scan Results Window

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When the scan finishes, the scan results window will appear. You can do a reverse lookup for your scan results here. Click “Go” and a window will appear with the reverse lookup notes.

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In the Reverse Lookup Result window, you can save the text to by clicking the Save button. After you finish with the Reverse Lookup Result window, click the Close (X) button.
Then you can save your frequencies to treat yourself later.

You can also choose other options to customize your reverse lookup.
Include Octave: tick to include octave harmonics to get more related results.
Search CUST database: tick to include the CUST database.
CUST consists of programs added by Spooky2 team members, plus those in your own personal database.
Search BFB database: tick to include the BFB database.
BFB holds your biofeedback scan results.
[x]% Tolerance: use 0% for an exact match, and .1% for a close match.

Generator Control Panel

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You can also do reverse lookup in the Control tab.

First, find your scan results in the Programs tab.

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Then load it to the Control tab. Click “Go” to get the reverse lookup notes.

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Include [x] Hz in Search: you can add a frequency to be included in the Reverse Lookup. This is useful if you have a frequency with which you want to do a reverse lookup, even if the Generator Pane is currently empty.


GeneratorX scans a much higher frequency range than the programs contained within the database, so you may get very few results returned. If a Reverse Lookup does not match many results, you can choose Include Octave and repeat the Reverse Lookup.

Check more Reverse Lookup Advice here.

How do you use reverse lookup to help your treatment? Comment below and share your experience with us!

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  1. Ahh oK. I wondered what the reverse lookup section was for? I’m aware many frequencies cover several different medical conditions as I researched this in depth on the Wave5 Pro bioresonance I bought from S. Africa & another from America. They are minute machines compared to Spooky2. Spooky2 is totally incredible! Thank You again for your help & assistance. NB Wave5 Pro does not take into account mutations of bacteria or viruses. It just does a straightforward frequency that’s all!

    1. Thank you for our support and for reverse lookup, Reverse Lookup doesn’t provide any sort of a diagnosis. What it actually does is to search the Spooky2 database to find frequencies within the tolerance you specify. You can check this link for more details: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/understanding-reverse-lookup/

  2. Ok, where did you get the frequency from for each pathogen for your database?
    Who is doing such test? It should be very complicated procedure… You need the stamp of bacteria, microscope and other equipment…

    Slava Churnosov
  3. Thank you, this is very helpful!

    1. Always my pleasure

  4. What does 406138.84 Hz means?
    What must i do that the reverse lookup gave me frequencies and the name of the pathogen, for example candida, salmonella, obesity etc?
    Its very confusing for me, can some one please help with reverse lookup results that us understandable
    Thank you

    1. I hope I understand your question well. You actually want to know why after doing the reverse lookup, there should be some relevant frequencies like matches found for 500 HZ-550HZ (cold, headache diseases) will appear. However, yours only shows the frequency, not telling you some related direct results linked to the diseases, is it correct? We hope there is no misunderstanding. Please not worry, it is normal.

      From this video (link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXRzzJ2UacA&t=18s), you can see the first 2 frequencies are not related to any diseases.

      It means there are no conditions that match in the database, but that’s ok. You can still save and run the frequencies in the scan. Similarly, you can have hits that match conditions in the database, it’s an indicator but does not necessarily mean you have that disease, only that there’s a matching frequency.

      If you already have a confirmed diagnosis, you can use Reverse Lookup to see if any of the frequencies that came back in a scan are closely associated with any database frequency sets which would be useful in treating that condition. The results will be graded showing which frequency is most important.

      Just because we prioritize pain in the knee, the body may know better that it’s a problem in the kidney and we’ll never see anything come back that deals with the knee. Reverse Lookup can be used to narrow down potential afflictions with surprising accuracy, but it cannot be relied upon as a diagnostic tool.

      We have some great q&a for relevant questions:

      Hope I can help you understand more about the reverse lookup.

  5. Hi,
    where is the default location where your reverse lookup file is saved?

    1. Hi, you can find them under Spooky2 file on your computer, or you can search the file name on the Program tab of your Spooky2 software:)
      Any other questions, please feel free to send them to [email protected], our support team is willing to help you at any time!

  6. Hi

    My reverse lookup does not give any valuable feedback, merely refers to other BFB’s. Please assist.

    1. Dear friend, Reverse Lookup is to search the Spooky2 database to find frequencies within the tolerance you specify. If you have any questions, you can send more detailed information to our email: [email protected], and our customer will help you to solve your query.

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