posted on May, 3 2010 @ 10:17 AM
I make the original "box" and yes it does work, very many users out in the field get direct and very meaingful communications, adressed by name and
often two way interactive. Not just by "ghosts" at supposedly haunted areas. I don't do the huanted thing, as spirits and entities travel and will
come to you. No sucah thing as a stuck spirit. Not oly that there are entities that claim to be Et and knw instantly when one of these devices is
True the "box" can be called a broken radio. It is a voltage tunable receiver that is swept across it's tuning range by a voltage, random or
linear sweep works. The sweep can even be manual, as in done by hand. The entities re-modulate the bits of speech, music and noise to form voices. At
least that was the original idea, but there seems to be more involved.
You'll see alot of crackhead experts out there on the web proclaiming how this stuff can't possibly work, first question, how would they know? They
can't even turn one on for fear of actualy hearing something, albeit imagination as they claim. One post on this group was claiming how the box is
not EVP, kinda true, it's a form ITC, instrumental trans-communication-or using technology to communicate with the dead and other entities.
The MEL-SB7 is the latest in box development. At around $150(or less) for an AM/FM multimode sweep size of an ipod box, I can't even compete with
my hand made junk.
This technology is almost impossible to discuss intelligently on the web and on various groups as everyone in the paranormal, or so it seems, knows
so much better and are such experts in the field. Site after site with "the world's leading authority" on boxes.
BTW-ya get ETs on the box as well, it ain't just from ghosts. it was originally intended as a kind of an ET phone home thing. If a metal "echo
chamber" is used it seems to enhance this type of contacts. Echo chamber=an enclosed space with speaker on one end and a mic on the other. Box audio
audio is fed to the speaker.