Listening to Our EVP
Equipment to Hear
To hear our conversations, you need external speakers or headphones. The EVP should be clear enough to hear using speakers, but if there’s doubt, switch to headphones. Internal speakers don’t do a very good job generally.
What You Will Hear
What you will hear (other than (occasionally) my English, female voice), will be male English accented voices. The EVP ends after their last word, sometimes abruptly, to prevent confusion when the message melds into the gibberish. Underlying the male voices and between words you may hear what sounds like cocktail party talk. This should be at a much lower volume, akin to whispering, but for some people it can make the EVP difficult to hear.
You need to be able to adopt what is known as ‘the cocktail party effect’, that is being able to filter unwanted sounds out (the gibberish or ‘cocktail party’). Not everybody can do this immediately. The only thing I generally do to the recordings is amplify the communication. Hopefully this renders the EVP audible to most people.
This blog is not intended for children, and if it fits the context of my post, you may hear swearing or unkind remarks (not from the team). It is not my intention to frighten or offend another soul, but the communication sometimes gets interrupted by rascals who interject their silliness. Sometimes this will be posted.
Some of you, particularly Americans, may have trouble understanding the accents. My lead communicator speaks extremely clearly in unaccented English (which is an accent in itself and is commonly referred to as ‘posh’ in England). This can lead to confusion with certain words being pronounced not at all as other English speakers would pronounce them. Words are usually enunciated, and sometimes over-enunciated, to provide clarity to me, so you may not understand them. I always accompany the EVP with a written interpretation. Other accents include south-east England accents (London), which are apparent on almost every recording but is not the prevalent accent. Rarely, but still apparent, may be European accents and female voices.
Receiving Your Own EVP
“Should not everyone get this type of transcommunication in the form shown to you?”
“No! It is not everyone’s way. Do not envy those who walk this way, for it is long and full of thorns. Many of you would quickly want to get off it….” From Spirit Yang-Fudse (Timestream to Station Luxembourg) See Macy’s Afterlife
When I started on my ITC journey in February 2016 I was so excited I had a page dedicated to receiving EVP using the method I have adapted from Sonia Rinaldi of ipati.org . There are full instructions on other sites if you care to look, but you won’t find them on my site anymore. The reason I have removed them is because I don’t want the responsibility of giving information to people without warnings and I don’t want to have to fill my site with warnings when what ITC can be, to understate it, is a miraculous gift. So to keep this short, please read the italicised warning above (from spirit, not me), and use the contact link to speak to me so that we can discuss the possible pitfalls that, as far as I know, are not mentioned elsewhere. Yes, ITC is a wonderful, wonderful gift, but the road really is full of thorns.