I recently watched a documentary that I’ll be sharing in this post that touched on a phenomenon – a particular field of research – that brought some of my own experiences and explorations back to mind. The doc explores contact with the afterlife via technological devices.
In earlier days these experiments were typically referred to as EVP – electronic voice phenomena – which captured voices from the “other side” primarily via audiotape recordings, radios, televisions, and videotape. When visuals (photos, videos, even computer messages and images) began coming through, the term for this research evolved into ITC – instrumental trans-communication.
The radio and TV receivers (including videotape recorders) would typically be tuned to a space between active channels on the dial, where all that existed was white noise. Through this blank carrier frequency, then, voices could often be clearly heard when a “bridge” (contact) was successful. Meaningful dialog between worlds occurred.