The Complementary 4 Modes of Spooky Central Leave a comment

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Like Dr. Rife’s original machines, Spooky Central doesn’t require any wasteful and potentially harmful fixed carrier to generate sidebands. It can drive plasma tubes from 100 kHz all the way up to 3.5 MHz without the need for an undesirable carrier frequency.

Central and straight tube

Spooky Central has 3 other ways of applying frequencies. As well as Plasma, Spooky Central can also use ultrasonic, PEMF and contact modes. Each can be run individually or together for improved results.

PEMF stands for Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field. Spooky Central provides magnetic fields that pulse one hundred times a second, delivering a spike of energy at the end of each pulse. The magnetic field extends six inches from the coil, making it perfect for problems whose locations are known.

PEMF is designed for use with plasma, but it can also be used without a generator connected.

The ultrasonic is an efficient and powerful way to flood the entire body with frequencies. We are composed of 70% water, so sound waves in our body travel very well.

The contact mode delivers sharp 320 volt spikes one hundred times a second to help the plasma signal deliver the mortal blow. Each spike has a duration of less than 0.5 microsecond.

Even under a heavy load the voltage spike is over 320 volts. The duration is so short that it cannot be detected. But the spike does induce partial electroporation, which makes the cell membranes become more susceptible to plasma frequencies.

Here is the waveform magnified and under heavy load:

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