posted on Aug, 13 2003 @ 09:56 PM
To: MKultra and all
Re equipment for EVP, you don't have to spend much money to get started. However, it is like lots of other things....the more you put in, the more
you'll get out.
These days I am using digital recorders. There are a couple of them I like more than others because they have noisy IC circuits which some believe to
be helpful in providing the "white noise" source that seems to help to acquire many more voice samples.
The Radio Shack 125 minute digital is only about 60 bucks, and does a great job.
Later, after learning the ropes, you'll need some software such as "Cool Edit". This will allow you to filter noise and add gain to amplify your
signals. This gives you the capability to log many more EVPs and keep you from losing the really important ones.
Watch my website for my next book due out in about a month. Lots and lots of info there as well as a fabulous CD of EVP audio.
You will be amazed at the new world that will open to you when you become proficient at EVP communication. These voices are real, they use our names
regularly when talking to us, and they answer questions, and...yes....it is possible to actually contact friends and family who have passed on. The
communications are brief, but they can contain information that can be specific.