Episode 06: Mining for Knowledge

Published on April 14, 2017 by Spooky2 Videos

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If you don’t know your enemy, you’re fighting in the dark. And no blind general has ever won a war.

Title: Mining for Knowledge
Date: Friday, April 14, 2017
Time: 9.30 AM Nanjing, China (GMT+8.00)

Many people have successfully used Spooky2 to deal with Morgellons Disease, cancer, the “incurable” tardive akathisia, and other conditions. In this episode, we share some experience in researching illnesses, and tells why knowledge is key to successfully restoring health.

If you have any questions about health research, please feel free to send us an email at sama@spooky2-mall.com.



  • catherine 9 months ago

    How did yohan know your mercury was being hard to shift when he just had your toe nail?

    • Vahid 9 months ago

      They were likely communicating amd relaying information, as you would when someone is treating you.

  • Sean Bailey 9 months ago

    Hi David… this video was so educational and very much appreciated. I hope you live a long life of amazing health to continue promoting Spooky2 and the fantastic team behind it.

    In Good Health Naturally!

  • Phyllis 9 months ago

    Hi David, excellent sharing, can you spell out the website(s) for researching medical conditions/symptoms, you referred to please?
    Thank you

  • Dennis 9 months ago

    In David’s first research example for building a preset, he searches the Spooky database for Sarcoma and starts with Hulda Clark’s Khz program. When I try to duplicate that step, I come up with nothing in the Spooky database for Hulda Clark with Sarcoma as the search term.

    Am I missing something?

    • Dennis 9 months ago

      I see that there is a 30 min Sarcoma program in the KHZ database. It doesn’t appear in the HC database.

  • Vahid 9 months ago

    Thank you very much David Bourke. I wanted to know your story and valuable insights. Since 3 years ago I could not watch TV even if I tried.

  • Dan Kollar 9 months ago

    Thank you, David Bourke. Thank you, John and the whole Spooky2 team.


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