Spectrum Sweep outputs multiple simultaneous frequencies on each generator output. This targets the frequencies where most pathogens live. It is convenient and powerful for killing. You can see it in the Terrain protocol, Morgellons protocol, etc. If you do not know what pathogens you have, you can apply a Spectrum Sweep.

Spectrum Sweeps can also be used for pests and molds. If you want to eradicate ants, fleas, mosquitoes, insects or other vermin, a Spectrum Sweep is a good choice. To eradicate mosquitoes, collect a few dead mosquitoes and place them in masking tape. Then place the tape in your Bio North Spooky Remote and run a Spectrum Sweep program non-stop for a week. The same procedure can be used for other insects.

Spectrum can be used to resolve garden problems such as tree blight. This is often caused by mite infestation or fungus. Spooky Spectrum Sweeps kill pathogens both known and unknown, and is ideal to use for treating blight. Use the sticky side of masking tape to pick up some insect specimens or mold spores from an affected leaf and run a Spectrum Sweep.

Detox programs are recommended when running a Spectrum Sweep. Also eat homemade fermented foods like sauerkraut, kim chi, miso, pickles, kefir and kombucha to maintain gut flora biodiversity.

In summary, Spectrum can be used for killing all pathogens, no matter what they are.

9 thoughts on “How to Kill Pathogens, Pests and Molds Using Spectrum Sweep

    1. Hi, the resonant frequencies of these microorganisms are the research results of Dr. Royal Rife, Spooky2 research team, and other experts. Some are shared by our friends and Spooky2 users.

    1. Dear Patricia, when you use Remote, you can be treated wherever you are. But other transmission modes like contact, PEMF, Cold Laser and Plasma need specific distance. If you want to treat cancer, Plasma is the most effective mode.

  1. How can I kill pest plants such as Blackberry (which is overtaking the garden and leaving no room for the native plants)?

  2. I am trying to treat my chickens for mites. Can I use a feather in the remote, or must I try to get a nail clipping. Also, I am not certain it is mites as I have no seen any, but they are showing all symptoms of mites. I would like to treat their coop also, so is this possible without finding an actual mite?

    1. Niki. You can use feather, it is part of the cover body that contains cell in the base. The use of feathers as a sample of DNA isolation or DNA genome sources simplifies sampling process of many birds. And run Morgellons or another mite program and Spectrum Sweep.

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