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Site I found with seance recordings from the 1960s

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by Annie, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. Annie

    Annie Member

    Maybe a lot of you have been to this site http://adcguides.com, I just found it and I was amazed to find a bunch of recordiings with dead people. The reason I'm so amazed is because these recordings sound so clear! How did they do that? From what I'm reading, it sounds like a medium let a spirit take over his body and communicate through his voice box, but the medium did not move his lips, in fact he covered his mouth with tape during these readings. Is this how it happened? And why aren't there more recordings like this nowadays?
     
  2. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    Thanks, Annie - great thread! Leslie Flint may have been the most prominent direct-voice medium of the late twentieth century. His website is here, and everyone should have a listen! Mediums who were able to produce the voices of the dead directly were relatively common in the late nineteenth century and even as late as the nineteen-thirties, but nearly all of those mediums would go into trance and allow the dead to speak using their vocal cords. But Leslie Flint was such a gifted medium that he didn't have to go into trance: just his presence in a darkened room could make it possible for the dead to speak to the living. We aren't precisely sure how the dead were able to materialize voices which sounded to the living very much the way their dead loved ones had sounded in life, but there are hints that they might have materialized a voicebox in mid-air (something of the sort was occasionally seen). I realize how far beyond belief this all sounds to people who are just hearing about it now, but Leslie Flint was so thoroughly tested that he was incontrovertibly the real deal. The voices you hear in his recordings are the voices of dead people. If mainstream science could only get past its nonsensical obsession with atheism, soon all the dead would be able to speak to us again!
     
  3. Annie

    Annie Member

    Thanks Roberta, I'm so glad Leslie Flint shared his talent with the world because it gives us so much information about what the afterlife is really like, information we could not have known otherwise.
     
  4. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    I just listened to a few of the conversation on that website, Annie, and they are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing this link with us! Leslie Flint is clearly a genuine medium because everything that is said through him is so consistent with how someone in the afterlife would think. It's too bad mediums like this one aren't as common anymore. It must have been truly amazing to hear your loved one's actual voice speaking.

    Roberta, I agree with you. So many people would find the afterlife easier to accept if mainstream scientists just accepted it. The work has already been done for them - they can look at thorough proofs that God and the Afterlife exist which are based purely on scientific evidence.
     
  5. Yes! This is the site that made me curious about the afterlife. I listened to some recordings and was surprised he was able to get Ghandi in an EVP. I couldn't understand it though, some of them were static.

    I remember listening to one recording where this woman and her dead loved one were able to talk one more time and the sound of him vanishing was in the recording. It sounded great and the audio was clear.

    As said above though, it's sad that the media and other sciences don't report this stuff more often. I'm surprised to see many recent recordings and other experiences people type up with evidence that aren't introduced in news articles or anything like that.
     
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