Spooky2 Phanotron Tube
The Spooky2 Phanotron Tube is the plasma tube that was originally used by Dr. Rife in his 100% successful clinical trials. A perfect match for Spooky2 Central and Spooky2 Plasma which can apply Royal Rife’s original frequencies directly without a carrier.
Spooky2 Phanotron was made by skilled craftsmen using the best globally sourced materials. The quality is unsurpassed.
It was the tube of choice for Royal Rife for good reason:
- Stronger, more focused signal.
- More durable glass.
- Better results.
What Our Users Are Saying
Bob Tompkins used Spooky2 Plasma to heal his legs with varicose veins(Phlebitis).
Twenty years ago, Bob had a surgery with months of recovery from that. While about 6 months ago, his legs became bad again, and even worse than they were before he had the surgery 25 years ago.
Then he used Spooky2 Plasma in a week to heal his legs successfully. He have found that he respond best in Plasma format for this issue.
The programs he used are: Phlebitis, Varicose Veins plus 1 and 2.
Spooky2 Phanotron Tube FAQ
Many users asked about the differences between Spooky Phanotron Tube and Spooky Plasma Tube and which one to choose. This post will help you understand the differences and choose between the two.
1. The gas used in the straight plasma tube is Argon. The Phanotron tube uses pure Helium, the best gas for plasma tubes.
2. The Phanotron tube electrodes provide stronger, more focused signals for localized treatment.
3. The frequency range of Phanotron tube is better than the straight plasma tube.
4. The Phanotron tube has a built-in holder, making the tube safer and more convenient to use.
5. The phanotron tube is for concentrated energy on a given issue, like a localized cancer, while the long tube is for scattered issues in the whole body, like disseminated pathogens.
Plasma produces two related fields. The one that does the really heavy lifting is the near-field, and this extends six inches from the tube in all directions. After six inches, it becomes far-field, which isn’t as effective as near-field, although it still works efficiently enough to disinfect and clear mold from a home.
So it still works on the body, just not to the same extent and power as near-field.
If you are unable to be within the near field, suggest you remain within 5 feet of the tube for decent efficacy. This is where I have most of my family when the tube is running.
I have affected targets further than this, but the field decreases in power as you go further away.
To give you an idea of the field, a WIFI router is only 1 watt of power maximum by law. You can see how large the field is with your phone. The plasma output from the SC is 40 watts.
If the tube contains mercury, it will produce a lot of UV, but ours only produce very small amount of UV. A lot of suppliers choose to add mercury on purpose because it will make the tube light up very strongly. Both phanotron tube and long straight tube do not use mercury inside.
The Phanotron will produce the one fundamental frequency that is being used and what you see on Out 1.
There will be sidebands created that are a result of modulation. Simply put, take the fundamental frequency and add or subtract from it the modulation value.
For instance, if I had frequency 1000000 Hz on Out 1, and I use a modulation of 1000 Hz, I will also get 1001000, 1002000, 1003000 Hz and so on up, and 909000, 908000, 907000 Hz going down.
Since the plasma is driven by a square wave, you will also get odd harmonics, where F1 is fundamental, so F3, F5, F7, etc…
As for testing it, grab your phone, grab an audio spectrograph like spectro-gram, and put on a program with say a fundamental frequency of 100000 Hz, and a modulation of 5000 Hz.
You should be able to see spikes in the audio range at 5000, 10000, and 15000 (since your phone can only really pay attention up to 20000 Hz).
It’s a cheap way to confirm if you don’t have higher grade equipment.
Remember, that for each harmonic, the further away from the fundamental it will have less power. This also goes for each sideband generated.
While I have not taken actual measurements other than how far one could detect the output of the plasma tube and Phanotron, I offer this analogy for consideration.
When you turn on a standard shaped light bulb like say on a desk lamp, it fills the room with light. When you turn on a kitchen overhead light fixture, for which is installed fluorescent tubes, it fills the room with light.
The shape of the bulb did not prevent the bulb from still filling the room with light.
Consequently, both will fill an area a little larger than the size of a football field with plasma energy.
It is just theorized that the Phanotron will yield an additional focused output in the direction that the angled anode suggest.
While the near field still remains the same of 6 inches or less, the tube will provide a near field that is longer because of the shape of the tube. The Phanotron will provide a spherical near field with potentially more energy sent in a specific direction.
Physically I can feel more of an effect (subtle) when I point the Phanotron in my direction vs. when I do not from 4 feet away. Also, I can lock up my rig easily when I point it towards my generators, and while anecdotal, seems to confirm the theory.
The tube is touted as being better for full body exposure probably because the tube is long and you can get more near field exposure. The Phanotron is touted as being better for focused application and more likely has less to do with the angled anode than it does the shape of the bulb — the directional quality is just bonus.
Both will still hit the entire body with plasma energy.