Anyone ever tried one of these?
I bought this because during my reading with animal communicator Heather Bristol about the death of our dog, Noah, she mentioned that my dad might try to communicate this way. What was extraordinary was that she didn’t say “your dad,” but asked, “Who’s Buddy?”
She just got a name and didn’t know if it was the name of a pet or a person. Buddy is the nickname my dad chose for himself when he started having grandchildren. He didn’t want to be called Granddad. What are the odds that Heather would mention that name, one I’d never told her?
So I bought this gizmo from Amazon and have watched videos about how to use it, to get the best results, and have been experimenting with it. I bought a digital speaker at Office Deport that helps with the audio. I tune it to FM, at 100 milliseconds, the speed at which it flips through channels, and have it flip in reverse, as recommended in these videos. So far, I’ve heard only white noise, the background that is supposedly conducive to spirit contact.
This is something that Spiritualists at the turn of the century used, although not in this form. Back then, it was called EVP – electronic voice phenomena. The name is fancier now, but it’s the same idea. I can’t discount it as a possible conduit. After all, as we talked about in Secrets of Spirit Communication, spirits use technology. Nancy Atkinson, who lost her husband, Rich, in October 2017, received a text message from him after he died. The story is here.
Nancy’s story is also included in our book.
I’ll keep experimenting. In the meantime, if anyone who has used these gizmos has any suggestions, let me know!