Understanding Reverse Lookup 14

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Reverse Lookup is perhaps the most widely misunderstood aspect of Spooky2’s biofeedback feature.

Spooky Pulse and GeneratorX biofeedback were never designed to be a diagnostic tool. A diagnosis is useful only to a health professional, not to me or you. Most doctors require it only to look up drugs in their directories which can be used for it.

In other words, a diagnosis is a stepping-stone to a written prescription for a medication or treatment.

Spooky biofeedback skips this step altogether and provides the prescription directly, written by your own body – the frequencies found by your scan.

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.

There are certain structures and systems that are common to many pathogens – cells walls and receptors are examples – and certain frequencies target such structures rather than specific organisms.

This means that such frequencies are common to a great many programs, and if such a frequency is found in your scan, Reverse Lookup will return every program that contains the frequency. This does NOT mean you have all the pathogens listed. It only means that the frequency which your body responded to was also found in other programs in the database. If a frequency is not in the database, you would not see any results.

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 Octave and repeat the Reverse Lookup.

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.

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14 Comments

  1. Reverse lookup appears useful as evidence in finding healing opportunities even though it is not a diagnostic tool.

  2. Question, I have a GenX and when doing the biofeedback scan with and without the digitizer the reverse lookup with octives enabled returns a big list (24pgs) of freqs. My question is, will the lookup without the octives tell you enough information?

    Also, why are the freqs returned always so high in the khz range? I never ever see freq’s below 100khz. I’m wondering why the biofeedback scan doesn’t test the lower ranges. Maybe the octives in the higher ranges are hitting the lower freqs, not sure.

    Can you please help me understand this?

    Tnx.

    1. 1. As for octal harmonics, you are correct but the reason to check it is actually for the reciprocal reason. Since most of the database contains mostly lower frequencies (below 1 MHz), when you do a BFB with the GX, a number or results may be above 1 MHz. If you did a reverse lookup for these frequencies directly, you would get nothing back.
      In order to see what the higher frequencies may match in the database based on octal harmonics, you would need to check the include octaves to have Spooky2 do the math.
      You can click here for more details: https://www.spooky2support.com/hc/en-us/articles/360005281674
      2. Did you use Baseline before the Biofeedback scan?

      1. What is BFB? Is there a glossary somewhere where I can look such stuff up?

        1. the BFB is the biofeedback scan, you can refer to this blog:https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/understanding-biofeedback-scan/
          For more biofeedback scan information results, you can check this link:https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/3-modes-of-biofeedback-scans/

  3. Ok so after I do a reverse look up what do I do with that info??

    1. Hi, Jaqi au. Reverse Lookup can be used to narrow down potential afflictions with surprising accuracy, but it cannot be relied upon as a diagnostic tool. We suggest users save the scan results and run the scan results.

      1. How do you run the scan result from a digitized sample scan? Or in other words how do you turn the results into a program or preset?

        1. Hi, did you save scan results? If so, you can search with name under programs tab for it. It is saved as a BFB program. Kindly go to this link for how to run scan results: https://www.spooky2videos.com/video/how-to-run-your-scan-results/

  4. Good day!
    I was just about to buy full set.
    And I have got very important question about biofeedback and revers lookup.
    During the biofeedback the machine finds some hit frequencies for an example 1,2,3 and 4. Revers lookup will identify only 4, the rest are unknown. But the machine will perform the killing program (with plasma for an example) for 1,2,3 and 4, isn’t it?
    Than, how the machine know that 1,2 and 3 bad pathogens? It can be good bacteria from which consist our body. Please clarify this question for me. The customer service fail to answer this question.

    Slava Churnosov
    1. Hi Slava Churnosov. Eat probiotic-rich foods and don’t worry about what Spooky2 kills.
      I think I have only heard of one or two people who thought Spooky2 was killing the good bacteria. My guess is that it was just stimulating so much detox that they were havi
      ng adverse effects from that, rather than a reduction of beneficial bacteria, etc.
      For more details, please check the link:
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/spooky2/permalink/1416413611853871/

  5. I have recently upgraded to the latest data.
    I just ran my first BFB all ok. But the reverse look up did not show the octaves. Which is how I track what I want to specifically target while running the BFB results on other gens.
    Dis I do something wrong or is Octave been taken out of the process
    Thanks

    Sharon K Herwin
  6. what is the purpose of a baseline? What does it give us? Why is it important?

    Robin Coventry

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