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My experience using ITC / North American Station

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by lovehim, Dec 14, 2017.

  1. lovehim

    lovehim New Member

    I've spent the last couple of weeks trying to connect to the North American station. Some attempts are more successful than others. I tried to create a gibberish file out of my beloved's voice but editing audio to make it gibberish takes such a long time, that I couldn't do it. Using R. Craig Hogan's gibberish file, I was able to to get some responses. I'll keep adding but here is one from today.

    I asked, "Why did you leave?"

    That's a link to him saying, what I think is, "It was my time to come back..." with the rest being unintelligble.
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  2. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Isn't the gibberish supposed to be constructed from sources that are as unlikely as possible to be associated with the source hoped for? Making one from clips of a loved one's voice doesn't sound to me the right way to go. Even the most randomised ones need care when being analysed from what I recall.
  3. lovehim

    lovehim New Member

    I read somewhere that sometimes they use Gibberish using the voice of the person who has passed (maybe on Sonia Rinaldi's page?). In any case, that didn't work for me, so I used the American male gibberish available on the spiritual understanding website.

  4. mac

    mac Staff Member

    If that's the case there must be a good reason for it and I must have misunderstood. Pity your earlier attempt wasn't successful but I hope you have more success in the future using the different file.
  5. lovehim

    lovehim New Member

    If anyone knows of a Gibberish generator that works on a Mac, that would help me a ton! So far, I just edited through Audacity and I'm not so good at that so it didn't work out as well as I had hoped.
  6. Unexpected

    Unexpected Guest

    There is a member here by the name of Lance that may be able to help you.
  7. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Can't help with Mac-specific software but couldn't you just stick with the gibberish that did work to a degree?
  8. lovehim

    lovehim New Member

    Yes, I read in a previous post by Andrew some years ago that using a familiar (their) voice sometimes makes it easier for them to come through. I think I'm having a decent time with this gibberish as it is, but it is something I'd like to eventually try.
  9. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Andrew used a Mac - have you checked his postings to see if he mentioned anything about gibberish generating software when he was experimenting? I suppose you will have done but it's all I could think of to try....
  10. DebS

    DebS New Member

    So excited to share that my very first attempt using EVP AREI protocols last night was successful! On my first recording, even before I asked the first ‘available’ question, my name was spoken. I’m a new member of AREI - looking forward to an exciting research year ahead!
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