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Reverse Lookup Advice 21

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Reverse Lookup doesn’t provide any sort of diagnosis. What it actually does is search the Spooky2 database to find matching frequencies. So how exactly should you use this feature?

One of our experienced users has offered suggestions on how to use Reverse Lookup with GeneratorX scans.

First, use “Reverse Lookup” without the other options selected. The other options are suitable for advanced users. Simply press the “Go” button.

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If you don’t have many results, you may select “Include Octaves”. This will show the frequency matches of harmonics of the hits. For an explanation of harmonics, please visit https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/harmonics-explained/.

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Only select “Search BFB Database” to see if previous biofeedback scan results have the same frequencies.

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Notes:

  1. You can reduce the Tolerance to make Reverse Lookups more accurate.
  2. You do not need to understand Reverse Lookup in order to do biofeedbacks. Simply run the frequencies you get in a killing shell preset, and scan regularly.
  3. To make your scan results even more accurate, don’t forget to run a Baseline scan before the actual scan.

Do you use Reverse Lookup? How do you feel about it? Comment below and share your experience with us!

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21 Comments

  1. I really do wish i it tell you what is going to go after. So I can keep it in a book. Sometimes there are so many I am not sure but I will tell you almost every time I have something going on and I pretty much know what it is. It is in one or 2 of those codes.

    Doreena Rennhack
    1. Hi, Doreena. You can follow the video to do a reverse lookup: http://bit.ly/2XHeasj

  2. When I ran Baseline scan on GenX it took. Immediately after Baseline I ran a Remote General BFB scan on the same GenX — it took 35 minutes. Is that OK?

    Sounds like Reverse Lookup is a total waste of time for people who do not understand all the details of its function, management and benefits.

    1. Hi, Kevin.
      1. Remote cannot do a biofeedback scan, do you mean sample digitizer General BFB scan? If it is, you need to do a baseline using sample digitizer. You can read this for more details: http://bit.ly/2XHgJdV
      2. You do not need to understand Reverse Lookup in order to do biofeedbacks. Simply run the frequencies you get in a killing shell preset, and scan regularly.

      1. Where is a video to show how to “run” the frequencies that were obtained in a BFB scan? I am able to scan both with TENS and with Digitizer, but then I cannot get the results downloaded onto the GENX. Is there a video to explain the steps? One that I saw said “download your results”. You are assuming I know how to download—where do I get the results, how do I download, etc? Thank you for your detailed explanation.

        1. Hi, Jana. You can click save button after your biofeedback scan finished. Then you can choose your scan results in programs tab: http://bit.ly/2vBj3af and go to control Tab, click overwrite generator and click Load.

  3. Good day. Fully understand that the reverse lookup is not a diagnostic tool, What would be great however would be to sort the results according to number of hits. So if Influenza occurs in 6 of the 10 results then this would be a good indication that Influenza may be present. Any hits with 3 or more occurrences would at least give an indication to investigate further. Hopefully if this makes sense that we see this in a future release.

    Regards
    Kurt

    Kurt Schulze
    1. Thank you for your explanation and suggestion, Kurt.

      1. after scan biofeedback a menu pops up with he results, sometimes its just numbers and sometimes its more extensive numbers with name of posible pathogens. when the pathogens list doesn’t show how would I look for it?I went to analyze but it only shows the frequencies not the complete list of possible issues

        yessica hernandez
        1. Dear yessica, when you have done your biofeedback scan, you can simply save this result and run it. This blog will shouw you how to do it: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/what-do-we-do-after-we-get-results-from-biofeedback-scan-using-spooky-pulse/. Hope it helps. Any questions, feel free to contact our email: [email protected].

  4. The reverse lookup on my scan basically looks blank, so I’m not sure what it’s supposed to tell me? I understand that I don’t need to know what the frequencies represent in order to proceed, but it would be nice to have some more information.

    1. Interesting – I ran the reverse lookup again and got some information this time.

  5. I did the reverse look up and it took almost 14 hours to do and then my computer locked up. I’m doing it again thinking I might have done something wrong, but it seems to be moving very slow again. Maybe I’m just really sick and need a lot of help…not sure. First time trying this.

    1. Hi, please send your questions to [email protected], our support team will help you!

  6. In my reverse lookup window it does not have the octave box option and does not provide info when press go. when I go through the steps why am I not seeing the same reverse lookup window that everyone shows in reverse lookup videos?

    1. Hi, please feel free to contact our customer service at [email protected], better with some screenshots of your software, they will help you have a further check and reply to you ASAP:)

  7. When the bio-feedback feed function becomes more “usable” as an “ad-hoc” comprehensible diagnostic tool – the Spooky sales will go through the roof!
    My friendly suggestion is to implement this feature ASAP – cheers!

    1. Dear Sinisa, thank you so much for your kind advice. Yes, we totally agree.:) Also, we will try best to see if we can improve it in nearly future.

  8. I chose the save and exit tab after a reverse lookup but cannot find the file to review it. Where is it saved? the program would only allow it to be saved as a txt file but the database search only searches csv?
    I ran the lookup three times and still a bust no matter how I try to save it?
    Help

    1. Dear Wayne, sorry, you need to find it on your computer, click on the location where you installed the software, find the Data folder and search for Reverse_lookup to find your saved files. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email: [email protected], our customer service staff will help you to solve the problem.

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