How to Run Remote Preset With Spooky2 Scalar

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Published on December 6, 2019 by Spooky2 Videos

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The video is showing how to modify a factory preset made for use with remote to now be used with Scalar. Instead of choosing that preset with no additional shell, you can somehow override the existing shell when choosing the scalar shell and effectively use that Spooky2 Scalar with a preset originally intended for Remote.

First, set up your Spooky2 Scalar.

Open the Spooky2 software. For example, I want to run Cancer (R) – JW in Spooky2 Scalar.

Go to the Presets Tab and choose Cancer/Remote/Cancer (R) – JW.

Click “Home” button to return to Home directory and untick “Load Programs/Notes”.

Then choose Shell presets/Scalar/Spooky Scalar General (SS) – JW.

As you can see, in Programs column here, it still show Cancer Frequencies (Rife Original) (CUST).

Go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator”, click the generator port.

Click the “Start” button to enjoy Rife Scalar.

Go to the Settings tab, you can see this is the original settings in Spooky Scalar General (SS) – JW.

Go to the Control tab, you can see that you are running the scalar shell preset with frequencies in the Remote preset you choose, Cancer Frequencies (Rife Original) (CUST).

Thanks for watching this video. Do you have other questions about this ? Welcome to tell us!

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2 comments

  • Rula 5 months ago

    Hello. Thank you for your videos, they are very helpful indeed!!! To clarify, when Remote Spooky2 Scalar is being run, do we place the DNA in the remote on GenX? Or in the Scalar field?

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    • Spooky2 Videos 5 months ago

      Hello Rula, in this video we didn’t use Remote. In fact, we use Spooky2 Scalar with a preset originally intended for Remote. So you could directly sit in the scalar field. Scalar is also an experimental product, you could try to put your DNA in the field and share further results with us. Our users are glad to try more methods and share them in groups. We are looking forward to seeing your results.

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