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Signs from electronic devices

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by Zac, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I do have his email address but I don't know if he wishes it to be given out. You could easily reach him via his blog though....

    thanks for the links
  2. Zac

    Zac New Member

    These reports from the 1970s through the early 1980s about George Meek's SPRIRICOM are also interesting reading:



    No one else has been able to use their designs to communicate since then, but the bulky equipment required in the 1970s to implement their tone generators can now be done by DSP (digital signal processing) functions provided in modern personal computers and it is also possible to filter out the buzzing noise audible on the recordings using DSP functions. In other words, the table full of expensive test equipment needed to implement their design in the 1970s can now be accomplished using a laptop computer and some inexpensive electronics.
  3. Zac

    Zac New Member

    I found Macy's gmail address and sent him an email about my flip flop (single bit memory) idea. I'm very curious if he or anyone else has tried that approach.
  4. Zac

    Zac New Member

    Mark replied to my email and said that he is not aware of anyone having experimented with flip flop (single bit memory) devices. Given his long experience with ITC and the lack of mention of any such experiments in literature, it doesn't appear that anyone has tried this approach or at least hasn't disclosed their experiments publicly.
  5. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Does that give you optimism about finding someone to work with on your apparently novel approach?

    Thanks for the two other links. I'm going to read up on the history of ITC. Right now I'm wondering why things apparently hit the buffers at the beginning of this millennium.
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2017
  6. Zac

    Zac New Member

    I'm no more optimistic about finding a medium now than before I emailed Mark. I did find a group run by a medium on a local meetup group so may talk to them.


    I'm not sure what to make of the remarkable reports from the 1990s of people receiving phone calls from the other side and letters showing up on computers and fax machines. The reports claim that these remarkable events occurred many times on an almost regular basis. I cannot imagine myself not instrumenting the equipment to record exactly how these documents and phone calls occurred if provided the opportunity. So, I powered up my old landline phone w/answering machine (w/built-in recorder) last night in hopes of getting a call. I will attach a datalogger and other instrumentation if that ever happens. Another idea is to leave a tablet running a drawing program to see if anything appears. Minimal effort and expense are needed to run a assortment of these experiments long term, but I still like my flip flop (single bit memory) idea because of its simplicity and ease of analysis.
  7. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I wish you the best of good fortune - it may be a lonely furrow that you plough.
  8. jimrich

    jimrich Established Member

    I checked them out but they meet in Sacramento, CA and I live in the LA. area. There are many similar groups around here and they all charge a fee of some kind so I don't go to them.
  9. Zac

    Zac New Member

    I went to a meeting of this group last month and it was sparsely attended, but the person organizing it is a medium and she gave a reading picked up a lot of stuff. I wasn't expecting that and didn't bring my audio recorder, but was happy to give her $20 though the posted fee was $5 or $10. I don't have a problem with someone who makes their living as a medium charging a small fee to organize these activities. They need to eat too. I will also assemble one of my flip flop based devices for them to experiment with and will give it to them at the next meeting in a couple weeks.
  10. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I like your approach to payment. A good workman is worth his salt. Mediums and psychics have to support themselves, have expenses to meet and in my view the charge should be commensurate for the task.

    I think 10 bucks is more-than-reasonable provided the service has been reasonable. Some practitioners may work for just gas money and that I find that immensely generous but it's what used to happen often in the UK when Spiritualist mediums carried out their work for the spirit in churches and centers.
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2017

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