Scalar Applications

How to Apply Frequency to Scalar Field Using XM Generator

There are 3 ways of transmitting Scalar energy using Spooky2 Scalar: Pure Scalar, Molecular Scalar, and Rife Scalar. In this blog, we will focus on the application of Rife Scalar.

Rife Scalar improves the Scalar waves through the use of Rife Modulation. It combines the discoveries of Royal Rife with Nikola Tesla to target pathogens using Rife frequencies and healing scalar waves. Spooky2 Scalar is the only technology available that can modulate the original frequencies of Royal Rife, turning Spooky2 Scalar into the world’s most advanced Rife machine.

Recently, many people want to know whether they can use XM Generator to apply Rife frequencies to the scalar field.

The answer is sure. Follow the instructions below to apply frequency to the scalar field using the XM generator.

Please prepare the following products beforehand.

1&2: Spooky2 Scalar
3: XM Generator
4: 5V Power Adaptor
5: USB Cable
6: Spooky2 Scalar Power Adaptor
7: Spooky2 Scalar Link Cable
8: BNC Cable

Step 1: Hardware connection
1. Connect the link cable and power cable of Spooky2 Scalar.
2. Use BNC Cable to connect Out1 of XM to the BNC port of the Spooky2 Scalar Transmitter.

3. Use USB cable to connect XM to the computer and turn on XM.
4. Turn on and tune your Spooky2 Scalar.

Tip: XM must be far away from the scalar field because the electrical signals emitted by XM will distort the field. Please keep XM at least 1 meter away from the scalar field, and 1 meter away from the link cable which connects two Scalar boxes. We also recommend that the two Scalar boxes need to be at least 1 meter apart. Avoid any entanglement of the link cable during use.

Step 2: Software
Launch the Spooky2 software. There are two ways to apply rife frequency to the scalar field. It depends on whether there is a factory preset that supports scalar mode.

1. Existing factory presets for scalar
If you find there are existing factory presets that support scalar mode, simply selects the preset to run it. I take the “Bach Flowers” preset as an example, and specific steps are as follows:

a. Go to Preset tab, and click “Miscellaneous” -> “Bach Flowers”

b. You will find “Scalar” mode, click it. There are many available presets. Here, l will choose the “Flower 1 (S)”.


c. Finally, go to the Control tab. Tick Overwrite Generator and choose Port 3 to run. Here, you can double-check on the right to see whether the loaded program is correct. If it is correct, click “Start” to run this program.

2. No existing factory presets for scalar
Please notice that you should not use Remote or Contact presets directly because this will damage your scalar machine. Instead, convert them to Scalar presets so that the rife frequencies can be successfully applied into the scalar field. Here, I will take the “cold” as an example

a. Go to Preset tab, and choose Shell (Empty) Presets.

b. Click “Scalar”, and you will find three available shell presets for Scalar. Check the note of every preset, and choose one based on your needs. Here, l will select Spooky Scalar General (SS) – JW.


c.Go to Program tab, search the keyword “cold”, and then you will find some available programs. According to descriptions of these programs, double click the program you need. You can also select multiple programs at once.

d.Go to Control tab, tick Overwrite Generator and choose Port 3 to run. Double-check your Preset and programs, and then click “Start” to run these programs.

Step 3: Check XM Generator
After you have successfully set up the above steps, you will see that your XM Generator has displayed the frequency value, which changes synchronously with the running frequency on the software.


Note: XM cannot be used for scalar biofeedback scan. GX is the only choice. Learn more about scan biofeedback scan from here!

If you have anything else you want to know about scalar, feel free to leave your comment below.

4 thoughts on “How to Apply Frequency to Scalar Field Using XM Generator

  1. Eugene Beaulieu says:

    Hello, very helpful in understanding system. In section, “No Factory Preset” instead of searching “Cold” can any program including “User” be searched out and used? Thanks, E Beaulieu

    1. Dear friend, simple to say. If you find suitable presets from the Presets tab, they are all factory presets with correct settings, so you can directly choose this preset and go to the Control tab, click “overwrite generator”, choose one generator port to run this preset.
      But if you cannot find suitable presets from Presets tab, so you need to go to Programs to find more possibilities. You search the keyword, like “hair” on the search box, and there will be some available programs or not. If you find the programs that are suitable for your conditions, you need to take which shell preset to choose into your consideration. Because these programs existing in the Programs tab are pure frequencies, which are not born with correct settings in the software. You must make a customized preset for these programs to run.
      The correct steps are:
      Go to the Presets tab, making a decision that which shell preset you should use, killing or healing. You can know the detailed details in this blog: https://www.spooky2-mall.com/blog/what- … d-killing/
      But if you still cannot make a good decision, H bomb shell preset will help you. It is both suitable for healing or killing!
      Once you have chosen killing or healing shell preset, then go to the Program tab to find the suitable programs, double click to make sure these programs have been loaded, and finally go to Control tab, click “overwrite generator”, choose one generator port to run this program.
      Hope this answer can help you.
      Any questions, please feel free to send them to [email protected], our support team will reply to you soon!

  2. Ron Phillips says:

    Your article was really well done thank you very much

    1. Dear Ron, thank you for your comment and if you have any suggestions, welcome to comment below.

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