Pain, injury, infection, and anxiety are just some examples of health problems affecting both humans and animals. However, animals can’t express themselves accurately when they get sick, making us feel nervous and helpless. Fortunately, alternative therapies, such as frequency therapy, open up a whole spectrum of possibilities to help ensure that our furry friends stay healthy without increasing our veterinary bills.
Theory behind Remote mode
Traditional therapy requires the animal to stay still in one place. However, the lively nature of the animals always prompts them to run and jump around, making it difficult for the vets to perform tests and therapies on the animals.
Now, with Spooky2 Remote, all it needs is a DNA sample, and your pet can enjoy the benefits of a frequency healing program while playing around.
The theory behind Spooky2 Remote is called Quantum Entanglement, mentioned as “Spooky action at a distance” by Einstein. Experiments showed that when two photons were created at the same time and then separated from each other, something done to one of them would have an instantaneous effect on the other one. It means that by applying frequencies to the DNA sample of the animal, you are helping the animal directly.
What can be used as DNA samples for Remote mode?
Nails: The DNA contained in nails is encased in hard keratin, protecting it from degradation. It makes nail samples last longer, and if you like, you may renew them each month.
Saliva: Cut a strip of blank paper (blotting paper is the best) about two inches long and one inch wide. Place the top one-third of it in your pet’s mouth until it is soaked with saliva. Let it air dry for about 10-20 minutes before putting it in the Remote. Saliva samples last for about 3 days. However, we do not recommend this method for animals because they are not always willing to cooperate with you.
Buccal skin cells: Use a strip of paper, rub the top one-third gently but firmly against the inside of your pet’s cheek for a few times. If it gets wet, let it air dry. Buccal skin cell samples last for about 4-5 days. We do not recommend this method either, as it is difficult to get samples from animals.
Blood: Apply a drop of blood to the top one-third of a strip of paper. Let it air dry for a few moments. Blood samples last for about 5-6 days.
Hair: The hair itself does not contain DNA, so it must have the follicle attached. Hair samples last for about 2 days.
How to use Remote mode to help animals?
In summary, we highly recommend using nails as DNA samples for animals to receive Remote therapy because nails last longer than other DNA samples, and animals need to have their nails trimmed regularly. So, how do you get nail samples from animals? The following videos will show you exactly how to do this on a cat, dog, horse, or bird.
How to Trim a Cat’s Nails
How to Trim a Dog’s Nails
How to Trim a Horse’s Hooves
How to Clip a Bird’s Nails
You can also use Spooky2 Central to help animals if they enjoy the light from Plasma mode. Since this is our most powerful product, it’s worth a try.
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