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In the vast majority of EVPs I have listen to only a few words were spoken but they were whole for the most part not a broken word or statement. Does this make sense ??
In the early 1970's, a retired inventor and entrepreneur named George W. Meek embarked on his quest to develop a technology-based approach for communicating with spirits of the dead. Just a few years earlier, the discovery of EVP had sparked world-wide interest in trying to communicate with unseen spirits by electronic means, but George Meek wanted something more advanced and less subject to controversy than the rudimentary tape recording methods in use by other EVP experimenters. He hoped to devise a system that would consistently allow clear two-way communication between earth-bound individuals and the spirit world.
Meek and several like-minded colleagues formed a research group called The Metascience Foundation.
In the early stages of their trans-dimensional engineering work, the group was guided by communications received through trance channeling sessions with psychic mediums in Philadelphia.
During the Philadelphia séances, contact was reportedly made with several deceased but still very communicative scientists.
One such contact was with the spirit of Dr. W.F.G. Swann. Swann was once a popular science lecturer and a leader in cosmic ray research who had lived (and died) in Philadelphia.
His discarnate spirit was said to have provided Meek's group with a theoretical background and the technical foundation upon which to commence construction of a new type of spirit communication device. The Spiricom, as it soon came to be called, was born.