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Spooky Pulse Q&A 1

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Q: I would like to know if the Spooky2 can diagnose a health issue? 

A: Spooky2 can’t diagnose, biofeedback gives a list of possible conditions you may have. You can work out potentially what maybe happening with your health looking at all your symptoms and then work out what will help improve it.

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Q: Does a biofeedback scan only physical problems or can it find things like anxiety, depression etc.?

A: Yes, both physical and emotional problems can be detected.

Q: How often should I run a biofeedback scan?

A: Depending on your Spooky2 rig, scanning every seven or four days is highly recommended.
Spooky Central users should use the results program in a killing preset and run it once a day for four days, then scan again.

Contact Mode users should run it once daily for seven days, then scan again.
Remote Mode should be run non-stop for a week, then scan again. Repeated scans are necessary.

Q: After a biofeedback scan is treatment necessary?

A: The biofeedback scan has already done the treatment. The same frequencies can be used for subsequent treatments.

Q: Is the biofeedback data only for killing?

A: No. Biofeedback detects the state of stress of your body. When your body is healing it is more relaxed, so you would set the biofeedback to detect BPM minimums.

Q: Can Spooky2 simply view the heartbeat without performing a scan?

A: Spooky can monitor the pulse without applying any frequencies by clicking on the pulse graph. The data is logged to a file.

Q: If I can run scan on my finger while watching TV? Or do you need to be in complete quiet room?

A: No. You don’t want to do anything that may affect heart rate, other than input the frequencies… This is why the recommendation is to be quite so even the thoughts can be settled… Often during television shows there is suspense, comedy or other emotional stimulation, all of which will affect the outcome of your scan.

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Q: Is there any reason to disconnect the Spooky Pulse between biofeedback scans, or can I just leave it connected all the time?

A: Since you have to shut down all other generators when doing a scan (only applies if the individual being scanned is a target of the generators), you might as well as shut down after the scan and pull the pulse out prior to restarting everything back up. Only takes an additional few minutes to do this.

From my experience, if I pull the pulse out while things are running, eventually the system destabilizes and I start getting communication errors.
Having the pulse hanging out the side of the computer will also serve to act as an additional source of interference if you are running plasma.

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Q: Is it safe to do a TENS or Contact mode scan on a person with a Pacemaker by Spooky pulse?

A: You should NEVER use Contact Mode with anyone who has a pacemaker. The electrical signals can disrupt the pacemaker’s electronics. You should ONLY ever use either plasma or remote.

You can use Remote Mode to scan – I do it this way all the time.

It doesn’t really matter whether you use a black or white Remote to scan with. But I’d recommend using the white one to treat with.

Please use the settings shown on page 163 and 164 of the current (May) Spooky2 User’s Guide.

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Q: How can I get the best results from the Pulse Finger Sensor and reduce the number of errors the Biofeedback Scan is reporting?

A: We suggest the following when using the Spooky Pulse finger clip:

1. Place the clip on the middle finger of the left hand as the pulse is generally strongest there. People with large fingers may use their little “pinkie” finger.

2. Ensure the clip is orientated with the black wire on the same side as your fingernail.

3. Place the clip so the two dimples inside the clip are close to the end of your finger.

4. Rest the left hand and fingers in a natural state during a scan. Trying to keep your hand still or flat may cause tension, which can contribute to data read errors. Let your hand rest naturally.

Q: I find that the sensitivity of the Spooky Pulse sensor differs greatly depending on the location you attach it to your body. How do I find the best location while using Spooky pulse finger clip?

A: For those who have earrings, it is recommended to use a finger clip rather than an ear clip. As for sensitivity, I would suggest that you try and experiment with attaching the sensor to different physical locations on your body. Move it around on your ears – topside, in the middle, on the lobe, etc. Try using the finger sensor on another finger, try “switching hands” and try using the fingers of your other hand etc. If you are using a finger sensor, make sure that the IR sensor is not positioned above a fingernail – it should be located above “skin”.

What you can also try doing is to turn each sensor (for ear or for finger) “over” (back to front) and see if this helps. Once attached, try giving  the silicone finger sensor a gentle squeeze or two. Be nice to it, coax it lovingly to do its work.

Make sure that your sensors, as well as your skin, are clean and oil free while making the connection. Clean both gently with cotton ball moistened with a little rubbing alcohol.

It is recommended to use the mini USB connector rather than the cable that comes with Spooky Pulse. Most people do not even notice that they are in possession of this little mini USB connector as no mention is made of it in the Spooky2 User’s Manual. Stop using the USB cable, plug the dongle directly into a free USB slot on your computer, and attach the Spooky Pulse cable with sensor onto the other side of the dongle. Then, you are ready to go!

Q: When doing biofeedback scan, do you use remote or contact. If use contact, which one do you choose, hand cylinders or Tens Pads.

A: You can perform a biofeedback scan using remote or contact. Contact mode uses hand cylinders or Tens Pads. When doing a remote mode scan, choose a Spooky Remote v1.1 BN (the white one). You can have it configured as shown below:

For August 2016 Software and above, you can use biofeedback presets.

For July 2016 software and below:

When using the TENS pads, keep the same settings. There is no need to adjust amplitude or set the “Reduce Amplitude” option as the scan is in the high frequency range. Please keep this in mind if you decide to perform a scan using lower frequencies. We have found best results are when we connect the pads to the outer right wrist and the outer left ankle. With both remote and contact mode you need to be connected with Spooky Pulse either via Finger clip or Ear clip.

Q: Can one perform a Biofeedback scan using SC Plasma?

A: It is recommended not to use plasma for this.

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Q: How to remove the saved frequencies/scan results from the biofeedback scan?

A: To remove the filed scan results, please go to “Database” > “Edit Custom Database”, then look for the file/frequency you wish to remove, highlight it and hit “delete”. Please make sure you save your file.

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Q: Can someone tell me the difference between ALL Biofeedback Scan – DB and ALL Full System Scan – DB presets.

A: They are the same in all respects except All biofeedback Scan uses HRV and All Full System Scan uses BPM.

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Q: While trying to use the biofeedback, the pulse monitoring was functioning but I was not able to access the left side of the “biofeedback scan control panel”, which remained locked in grey colour with some predesigned data.

A: You have to erase the channel before attempting to run a scan, because if there are frequencies present in the frequency window, this overrides the settings for the scan, and the scan will be focused on these frequencies instead on the interval you want.

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Q: What’s the different between “single scan” and “no single scan”?

A: For not single scan, it will repeated scan to find more precise frequency after find hit frequency.

For single scan, it only find hit frequency.

Q: Why does Spooky Pulse sometimes report a Data Error?

A: Spooky Biofeedback determines the body’s response to applied frequencies. At times these frequencies interfere with the sensitive electronics built into Spooky Pulse. Spooky can filter out most of the unwanted signals, but occasionally there are too many to filter out, and an error message is reported.

Data is regarded as erroneous if the HRV is greater than 20 between 2 heartbeats. If the error message is reported Spooky will disregard the data but will automatically recover on the next heartbeat. An option in the Advanced Menu can double this tolerance.
We strongly recommend people to relax when using Spooky pulse for biofeedback scan.

Scan Frequency Range

Q: What is the scan range for the Morgellons protocol?

A: Please look at the scan settings before you do the scan.
If it is using Max HRV, the range will be low. If it is using Max BPM, the range will be around your heart rate.

Of note, the two presets that do biofeedback scans that take 63 minutes (give or take) each use both scan types.

ALL Biofeedback Scan – DB uses Max HRV and returns 10 hits.
ALL Full System Scan – DB uses Max BPM and returns 20 hits.

Perhaps this will explain what you are seeing.

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Q: What is the best range of frequencies to test yourself for when doing biofeedback scan?

A: There are no original Rife frequencies over 4MHz. You can follow them to do biofeedback can.  Approximate ranges are:

Moulds and mycotoxins 75–215KHz
Bacteria and most viruses 275–450KHz
Protozoa, roundworm, and flatworm 325– 480KHz
Warts 400–475KHz; tapeworms 425–515KHz
Mites 675-880KHz

And please kindly check below link for more details of spooky2 pulse: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/cat/spooky-pulse/

Especially this blog: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/spooky-pulse-training/

Scan Time

Q: Why does the estimated time for biofeedback scan differ from the actual scan time?

A: Spooky estimates the scan time using an average pulse rate. Everyone’s pulse rate differs. Since Spooky does not know your pulse rate before the scan, the estimate is only an approximation.

Q: My Spooky Pulse is not detected when initializing. When I run the scanner program it just continues to scan and never stops. Errors are reported. After a biofeedback scan there is no result.

A: These symptoms indicate your Spooky Pulse may not be detected. The following steps show how to connect Spooky Pulse to your computer.

1. Quit Spooky2.
2. Disconnect the Spooky Pulse USB port from the computer.
3. Restart the PC.
4. Log in to your account.
5. Reconnect Spooky Pulse. Plug directly into a computer port. Spooky Pulse will not work if you are using a USB hub. Hubs add latency, which is an issue for the pulse.
6. Launch Spooky2.
7. Verify that the green power LED is on and that the red LED flashes when the pulse is being monitored.

Ensure that Spooky Pulse was plugged in before starting the Spooky2 Software, and that it is detected and listed in the devices box found in the Advanced Menu.

In the new software, it will be detected and listed in the Global Setting tab.

If the Spooky Pulse is still not detected, exchange the mini USB cable for the mini USB connector that came with your Spooky Pulse. This should solve any YSB connection problems.

Q: Is it common for the biofeedback scan to run longer than the suggested 88mins when single scan is ticked?

A: Yes, the speed of the scan is greatly influenced by your resting heart rate. I believe the estimated scan time is based on a resting heart rate of about 70, so if your resting rate is lower, the scan will take a bit longer.

The other aspect that slows a scan down is a data read error. For every data read error experienced, Spooky2 will require 3 consecutive good reads before it resumes. This has the potential to extend the time out a great deal.

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Q: Any thoughts on using the Spooky pulse with animals such as horses and dogs? Would it be suitable to use the fingerclip on horse ear? Or earclip on dog ear?

A: 1. For reliable results, the subject should be totally relaxed, or even asleep. This is not a problem for humans, but an animal may react to something clipped to the ear as an irritant to be shaken off like an insect. And if that happens, the scan can’t complete.

If you know what you’re scanning for, it’s possible to reduce the time taken by entering the frequency bandwidth you wish to search. Or you could also split the scan up into its own smaller bandwidths and do them at different times, then amalgamate the results in one treatment Program.

You can input the frequency sweep via remote, but you must have the heart monitor physically attached. Scan results can be transmitted in Remote Mode.
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2. I really want to do a biofeedback on my cat when I put the earclip on his ear he freaks out… yes anyone know how to scan a cat? I think a dog would be more tolerant of an ear clip, I might try it though have to do it when dog is asleep and has leash on, so doesn’t run away with ear clip on.I would use remote instead of tens pads. I would have either cat or dogs nails in remote and do it that way. I am just unsure best method to do earclip.

3. You can use the ear clip on any body part that generates a pulse. May have to find the best place on the ear and even shave the spot so the hair does not interfere.
I would put a fraction of a nail in the remote rather than using contacts to generate the frequencies.

4. I used the tens pads on his abdomen. I could not get an adequate heart rhythm otherwise, not by inside legs, not by ear lobes, etc., as others had previously done. None of the information that I found elsewhere was particularly pertinent.

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  1. I have three generators running different programs and noticed the Biofeedback scan graph is also running at the same time for all three generators. What is going on please?

    Silvana Cornale

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