Scalar Advice

How to Test the Scalar Field

You can’t place your hand on the coils to test. This is where the energy is being generated and your body will change the capacitance of the coils if you do this. This will significantly affect what frequency scalar will tune at.

To test if it is scalar, we use the property that scalar energy can’t be blocked. In fact, it passes through a Faraday cage.

So you want to get between the two boxes and see if you block any radiant energy.

The lids are where the antennas are located. If the energy between the two boxes is EMF tuned, placing your hand just over (behind) the lid of the receiver box will allow you to try and block the flow of energy. You want your hand to be between (direct line of sight) the two lids.

If it is EMF, your hand will block it. Much like going into a building and causing interference with cell phone reception.

If it is scalar, it will ignore your hand as a barrier.

Now, if you touch the lid, you change the capacitance of the receiver as well. Two things will happen if it is scalar. Either your tuned really exceptionally and the Link Cable light will not waiver, or it will dim slightly — it all depends on how well-tuned the boxes are.

There is a big difference between the light dimming slightly when it is scalar and dimming noticeably when it is EMF. If you have the time to tune your boxes to both nodes, you can test the difference yourself. Remember the scalar tune is the higher point in the frequency range. If you pass this first tune-up and achieve the same tuning parameters with a lower frequency, this is the EMF tune.

Because of factors that vary wildly, it can be all too easy to miss the first tuning point. In fact, in some cases, there will be no break in the LED lights during between the two nodes.

I am currently tuned to 4.35 MHz, but my boxes are 70 feet apart. The boxes will tune to 3.5ish MHz, but this is EMF. When I had my boxes 6 feet apart, they tuned at 6.35 MHz, and when I put water on the output coil which changed capacitance, the boxes needed to be tuned to 5.65 MHz to achieve a stronger scalar field.

Yes, it was still scalar at 6.35 MHz, and I could structure the water at this point, but found that if I tuned it to account for the water, it actually had a greater effect.

These effects were measured using a GDV. In conclusion, objects on the plates will affect the frequency tuning point.


Authored by Jeff Kaczor

11 thoughts on “How to Test the Scalar Field

  1. Ray says:

    Hello… when turning on my spooky2 with coil tester with indicator lights, the coil tester lights are brightest at about 5.4. However the receiver red light does not come on when pressed. Secondly I can continue to adjust the transmitter knob down to about 4.6 and then the receiver red light is at its brightest and simultaneously the coil tester light is still bright. I can take the receiver into another room separated by a wall and the receiver red light is still illuminated. My question is… is this working as scalar or emf? And…. Why does the red light on the receiver not light up when the transmitter coil tester says that it is set correctly?

  2. Gordon says:

    My Spooky Scalar devices have stopped working for no apparent reason. The tuning light does not appear on either device. Both link cables test fine for continuity. Main dial switch turns on, LED lights and displays “Spooky Scalar” and then “F=8.0Mhz”, but tuning light does not come on even when dial is turned repeatedly. Tuning light on other device does not come on either when button is in down position.

    This happened while the devices were turned off and unplugged for a few weeks, so cannot be a power surge or anything like that.

    1. Dear Gordon, our service support has replied to you via email. Please check your email box and you will get help from them.

  3. Terry Duntley says:

    This is a bit confusing. The boxes will tune, but it is EMF?! When I tune the scalar, how do I know if it is tuned correctly and not EMF?

    1. Hi Terry. When Spooky2 Scalar is first turned on, the output frequency automatically goes to 8 MHz. This is the maximum frequency. Turning the frequency knob anticlockwise, the frequency is reduced. The first peak in the indication light indicates that the “ideal” scalar frequency has been found, which is also the frequency you need. The frequency range when the light illuminates is quite broad. If you find that the indication light is brightest at 5.2 MHz, Spooky2 Scalar will still function correctly above and below this exact value.

      If you continue to turn the tuning knob anticlockwise, the indication light will extinguish, and then will come back on. This second, lower frequency is the EMF operating frequency. It is the confirmation that the scalar frequency was found in the previous step.

  4. John says:

    Please please rather than just talk about GDV please show us a GDV pic of scalar field

    1. Hi John. Due to the limit of sending pictures, we will send them to you by email. Please check your email.
      You can also join the group of Spooky2 Scalar, find the related posts written by Jeff Kaczor by typing keywords about it.

      1. Alan Carter says:

        I too would like a copy of the GDV pictures thank you

        1. Hi there. We’ve sent pics to you by email, please check your email.
          You can also join the group of Spooky2 Scalar, find the related posts written by Jeff Kaczor by typing keywords about it.

  5. Bob Roper says:

    What is GDV?

    1. Jeff Terrell says:

      What if you can’t get a link light above 3.5?

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