EVP phenomenon or how we get messages from the other worlds

The phenomenon EVP (electronic voice phenomenon), consists of the recording of seemingly supernatural voices, some of which can be clearly heard. Some voices claim to be the spirits of the dead. Other voices claim to be aliens or an unknown phenomenon of the subconscious.

However, some researchers believe it is radio intercepted or radio interference or simply distorted mechanical noises. Electronic voices are also called Raudive voices, named after Latvian psychologist Konstantin Raudive, the first researcher of this phenomenon in the 1960s. Raudive was inspired by the experiments of Friedrich Jurgenson, a Swedish opera singer, painter and filmmaker. In 1959, Jurgenson recorded the bird songs from his villa in the country. When he listened to this tape he heard a male voice commemorating the song of the night birds in Norwegian.

 

At first, Jurgenson thought he had recorded a radio broadcast, but then it seemed strange the coincidence of the birds’ song comments. He continued to record although he did not hear a voice during that time. When he listened to them, he heard more voices that seemed to transmit personal information and instructions to make more voices. He has recorded more than 100,000 phrases. After several years of experiments, Jurgenson published a book and a recording called Voices of the Universe. Raudive has recorded more than 100,000 phrases spoken by these voices. They speak in several languages and vary in clarity from being very easy to listen to to the resemblance to a far-reaching phone with a very poor connection. Other voices seem to transmit coded messages. Sometimes only one or two voices can be heard, and much more can be heard, and they can be identified as belonging to men, women or children. Raudive’s research was published in German as the imperceptible became perceptible. This phenomenon has been researched by many scientists around the world and has generated many controversies. While some researchers agree that voices have a paranormal source, others think they are natural sounds or simply bad recordings.

Raudive has recorded more than 100,000 phrases spoken by these voices. They speak in several languages and vary in clarity from being very easy to listen to to the resemblance to a far-reaching phone with a very poor connection. Other voices seem to transmit coded messages. Sometimes only one or two voices can be heard, and much more can be heard, and they can be identified as belonging to men, women or children. Raudive’s research was published in German as the imperceptible became perceptible. This phenomenon has been researched by many scientists around the world and has generated many controversies. While some researchers agree that voices have a paranormal source, others think they are natural sounds or simply bad recordings.

 

Raudive’s research was published in German language, so, the imperceptible became perceptible. This phenomenon has been researched by many scientists around the world and has generated many controversies. While some researchers agree that voices have a paranormal source, others think they are natural sounds or simply bad recordings.

In the 1970s, the Society for Paranormal Research in London commissioned D.J. Ellis to investigate this phenomenon. He came to the conclusion that these voices are a natural phenomenon and that the interpretation of sounds is a subjective matter and can be attributed to imagination. Raudive didn’t express his opinion in any way, although before he died, he began studying a parrot that seemed to pronounce coherent sentences in German and very similar to the voices he heard.

Many researchers continue researching this phenomenon individually or in groups among them being Sarah Estep, who founded the Electronic Voice Phenomenon Association, which now has more than 200 members. This association is self-defined as a metaphysical organization interested in the involvement of spirits and in proving the afterlife. This organization aims to objectively interact with those of other dimensions through record players, television and computers.

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