ITC Research

EVP An extremely short session today as I wasn’t feeling well and the communication took a sinister turn, which it can do sometimes if I’m out of sorts. Here are a few EVP from the 90 seconds of recording time they had, spread over 45 minutes. “Nic’s impatient” I didn’t feel impatient, but I did unceremoniously abort the recording session after a short time. So perhaps I was. 🙂 “I love you” “Who’s made that decision?” Love and light Nicola  Read More →

Afterlife Communication We had a short recording session this morning. I used a file of gibberish made from my own voice, my laptop, a USB microphone and my Amazon Alexa device. Here are a few examples of EVP received. EVP “Do not be quiet for Nicola” This sounds like a team member giving permission for visitors to speak. “Explosives falling” I don’t know if this is referring to current events, or this person’s memory of his/her death. “(Tara)’s being nice” A child? “Just a moment” “Sorry lads” Love and light NicolaRead More →

A particularly short post today because I was experimenting with different recording mediums. I created a new file of gibberish using my own voice. First I played it through a desktop computer with microphone. The results were disappointing. Eventually I moved back to a tried and tested method, my laptop using internal and external speakers. For some reason, with this file, the results were disappointing. I think the file needs to go in the bin. :-/ Finally I switched to recording using a microphone with my trusty Alexa playing the gibberish. I received these two which I think are clear enough for you to listenRead More →

I have been unwell so unable to do ITC research as often as I would like. I had a short session today. Here are a few EVP from today.. Me: “…it’s my dad” “Daddy” “D’You hear us now” Me: “Love  you all” “Love you” “Keep us posted, Nic” Lovely ending to our session, said using modern day British slang. Love and light Nicola xRead More →

I’ve been a little busy with other ITC work lately, so I had a look through some recent sessions and was amused to find this one. I had, yet again, not made my intentions clear until about five minutes before I started recording. The EVP (translated in bold if needed) here sound like a group of people as surprised to hear from me, as some of us incarnates would be to hear from them. Me: Hello there, and thank you for your communication – I know I surprised you” “You actually caught me” “Come and listen to …” “Donna can go out there” “Yeh IRead More →