Simple Experiment to Talk with the Dead
Posted by keelynet on February 15, 2010
Always fascinated with EVP.
“The phenomenon has a scientific name – the electric voice phenomenon (EVP). There are plenty of online resources dedicated to this phenomenon. The most distinctive movie of the genre, White Noise, describes a miserable widower who traces radio interferences day and night and discovers messages from the other world once in a while. Many scientists tried to establish a connection with the other world using various technical devices.
In 1920, Thomas Edison put forward an idea that our ego, transferring to the other world, had to preserve its ability to affect matter even from there. If this is the case, then sensitive equipment would be able to register these effects, it just has to be invented. This original idea was used as the epigraph for White Noise.
Friedrich Jürgenson, a Swedish documentary film maker, is one of the most famous researchers of EVP. He accidentally tape-recorded the voices of his diseased relatives. Dr Konstantin Raudive, a Latvian psychologist, was Jürgenson’s supporter and follower. They conducted numerous experiments together, and Raudive soon realized that the best results can be achieved when the recording process is accompanied by white noise. He believed that the dead are somehow using this noise transforming it into sounds of their voices.
The sound of electronic voices usually vibrates at high frequency. The phrase rhythm of electronic voices is also unusual and supernatural. The tempo of speech is generally faster than normal. Another typical feature of these voices is monotony. The most intriguing part of the phenomenon is that a person who encounters EVP recognizes the voices of her diseased relatives without fail, provided the record is of good quality.
All you need is a recording radio with AM/FM reception and headphones to hear electronic voices. Take a clean audio cassette, insert it in the radio and put your headphones on. Then turn on the radio and look for empty frequencies. You need to find a space between two radio stations when you can clearly hear static but cannot hear radio stations. Try to relax, press the “record” button and ask those who are dead to talk to you. Do not try to hear the voices while you are recording, it will not happen.” – Full Article Source
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