We’ve all seen at least one of the many ghost hunting TV shows out there; self pro-claimed paranormal investigators waving EMF meters around, swinging crystals in circles and attempting to record the voices of the dead. But did you ever wonder about the roots of the EVP?
Although he was known for being a writer and intellectual, it was parapsychology that Latvian born Konstantīns Raudive was passionate about.So much so that he dedicated the last decade of his existence to the study of voices from beyond.
Once a student of psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung, as well as working as a university lecturer whilst in exile in Sweden to escape the Soviet occupation of Latvia during the second world war, Raudive settled into his old age with an intense interest in the afterlife.
In 1968 he published his book “Unhörbares wird hörbar” (inaudible becomes audible). The book was the fruit of 10 years of investigative labor into electronic voice phenomenon, or EVP for short, which was published three years later in English under the title of “breakthrough:an Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead”.
He made over 100,000 recordings in his decade of research, using methods such as leaving a microphone and recorder in an empty room and allowing it to record without interaction, recording radio static and white noise and diode recording using a regular antenna crystal radio, set to AM frequency.
Raudive was Originally inspired by Friedrich Jürgenson’s book published in 1964 titled “Voices from space” which was inspired by some reel to reel recordings of EVP’s Jürgenson had accidentally picked up while recording birds singing in his garden. Allegedly, the birds could not be heard at all when he played the recording back, and instead there was static and hissing.
He heard the voice of his passed mother “Friedel, can you hear me? It’s Mummy”.
After hearing the voice, Jürgenson was said to abandon all of his other interests in pursuit of Parapsychology. In 1965 Raudive and Jürgenson met and together began investigating the voices of the dead. Raudive would listen to the audio over and over and was said to clearly hear and understand the different polyglottic voices present on the tapes.
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Here’s a YT video of the Flexi for “Breakthrough” with examples of the EVP
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Spirits use Cat meows to speak through my Wonder Box. How it works.
Published on 27 Nov 2017
This is a video that is more of a VLOG as I talk about how spirits speak to use using devices such as the Wonder Box, and then I prove it. SPIRITS SPEAK by manipulation of audio. They need US to give them a VOICE and then they use that VOICE to speak.
Hey all! This video is for fun, to show you guys and to prove that yes, spirits MANIPULATE audio to speak, period. Many do not realize this. This is why (good well implemented) apps work, and why some do not. It also shows how the Wonder Box works and what it offers to the spirits to make speaking much easier than normally. Clear proof here and while using cat meows is awful, as it is a horrible voice to give spirit, you can hear them trying to form words using the meows. Then they validate clearly that they tried it when I use the SCD-2, and they answer me directly. To speak with spirits, AM/FM radio is not needed, rather it hinders communication due to noise and fast scans (they work but are not ideal). Many apps also hinder communication with sound effects and noise, and what we as an ITC community need to start working with is ENERGY and ways to actually help spirits speak clearly, more directly and with longer replies. If you watch the entire video here you will see and hear how the Wonder Box works to help spirit speak. Thank you all, and love to all!
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The Ghost Box
A Device of Fascination and Fear
Discover the mind-blowing, bone-chilling stories of a leading investigator as he pioneers the use of this intriguing tool
Chris Moon was the first investigator to use the celebrated device known as the ghost box to facilitate real-time, two-way communication with the spirit world. In Ghost Box, Chris shares the extraordinary spiritual contacts he’s made with the box during investigations of famous haunted locations such as the Sallie House and the Lizzie Borden House. Also revealed in this amazing book are Chris’s experiences using the box to communicate with the spirit of Abraham Lincoln, JFK assassination witnesses, shadow people, and the spirits who come through during his frequent gallery readings.
Based on Thomas Edison’s designs for the “Telephone to the Dead,” this device―also called Frank’s Box in honor of its designer Frank Sumption―has been used to communicate with an incredible variety of spirits and astral beings. This book shares the fascinating story of how Frank’s Box came to be and explores the startling truths of the spirit world.
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AMAZING REAL Spirit and Ghost Photographs and how you can take your own.
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Phone Calls From the Dead by D. Scott Rogo and Raymond Bayless, Berkley Publishing (1980)
Classic book that was the first to address the phenomenon of telephone calls from the dead, also called anomalous telephone contact. Very easy to read. You will find it hard to put down. It is available in mass market paperback and hardcover forms on Amazon
The Rogo and Bayless study collected fifty cases of ATC phenomena that were classified by length and interactivity of communication to include “simple” and “prolonged” telephone conversations.
They found a number of striking patterns in ATC cases
- The plurality of phone calls from the dead (27%) were in the “crisis” period, occurring within 24 hours of the death of the caller
- Close to this percentage (25%) involved calls within the “post-mortem” period of one to seven days of death. An equal percentage of calls occurred within two and six months of death
Rogo, D. S., & Bayless, R. (1980). Phone calls from the dead. Berkley Publishing Corporation. Sponsored