Introduction to Frequency Sources

Published on May 24, 2019 by Spooky2 Videos

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The most important part of any Rife frequency therapy is using the right frequency in a form that is clean enough and accurate enough to be effective. In this video, the various sources for frequencies are discussed.

Most people were wondering what CAFL, KHZ or BIO refers to? They are the names of the various sources for frequencies.

ALT consists of programs based on Ayurvedic knowledge and practice, solfeggios, and planetary frequencies.
BFB holds your biofeedback scan results.
BIO is based on excellent Russian frequency research.
BP holds more than 12,000 programs for human, animal, and plant pathogens based on their base pair values.
CAFL is the Consolidated Annotated Frequency List, amassed from the experience of Rife experimenters over years.
CUST consists of programs added by Spooky2 team members, plus those in your own personal database.
DNA is a collection of about 1,650 programs that target DNA using a method developed by the Spooky2 Team.
ETDFL is a collection of programs researched by bio resonance clinics in Germany.
HC is Dr. Hulda Clark’s database. Use with HC or KHZ (R) – JK preset.
KHZ is a collection of higher frequencies from Dr. Hulda Clark. Use with HC or KHZ (R) – JK preset.
MW is a collection of about 6,500 programs for drugs, supplements, and molecules important to health.
PROV has produced consistent results in virtually all subjects it was used with.
RIFE is a collection of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife’s original frequencies.
VEGA is based on excellent Russian frequency research.
XTRA is a collection of programs from various sources, all chosen for their reputation for effectiveness.

Spooky2’s main database is made up of all above 13 sub-databases, which makes it the biggest frequency database in the world, not even mention each Spooky2 user can customize their own frequencies at their wish. Now we have 42,000 programs and are still updating.

To include them all in your searches, click the “+” Button. You can also simply check only those you want included. To deselect all sub-databases at once so you can quickly select just a few to search, click the “–” Button.

When you choose a program, the description down below will also help you find a suitable one.


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