The assurance that our personality and consciousness is preserved post mortem, allows us to live a fuller life, liberated from the fear of death. I believe EVP has the capacity to provide such an affirmation. Whilst the methodology for obtaining EVP is simple, validating how we judge the credibility and veracity of the phenomena can be challenging.
The evidence required to prove survival post-mortem, is subjective to a degree. Verification for one person might be the recalling of specific facts or memory in an individual's life, another person might only accept a code word or the manifestation of their earthly form. We have been frustrated in the past, when we were not able to obtain survival evidence at another's request, especially when we considered our questions to be innocuous; but from previous communication, we understand that not every speaker has the answer, and even those that do, are not always permitted to disclose certain information. Recognising and accepting the inability of speakers to provide specific answers through EVP, should not be seen as discouraging or a reason for dismissing its use. If you are willing to work within boundaries, whose edges you will only discover through personal experimentation, the connection you will achieve is rewarding enough.
My archive of fifteen thousand EVP voices demonstrates that those who have passed over, whether you chose to call them communicators, speakers, spirits, or the dead, are able to hear us, see us and interact with us audibly and visibly. There are many documented accounts of physical circles, but I am yet to find a comparable group focused on EVP; we strongly believe our success in part, is due to our unique approach. The quality of communication I and my group have captured is remarkable and it is right that it should be questioned before being accepted. I appreciate that I am unable to comprehensively explain how we obtain our results, but I believe this should not invalidate our work, or detract you from considering the voices as evidence of our continued existence. For now, we must accept that we do not have all the answers, but that the contribution of EVP worldwide, is undeniably significant.
My objective was to attest why I consider Electronic Voice Phenomena should be considered as the best available evidence for the survival of human consciousness after permanent bodily death. I have explored the method of its capture, how the phenomena may be processed and analysed, what affect the operator has on the efficacy of recordings and how, through the language of EVP, we are assured that cognisance and the ability to communicate, is retained. Although there are many aspects of EVP transmission and reception that are not fully understood, the highly evidential nature of messages that are received, strongly supports the survival hypothesis and is worthy of further research.
The information on this page is an excerpt from my accepted BICS essay. You may download the full text here:
Debbie describing the sudden appearance of anomalous light in the room.
Tracey: Still, you've got several faces coming through there.
Voice: We're not impressed with that.
Tracey: Sorry Leslie but I don't...
Voice: I like to let 'em have doubts.
Rachel: The minute you talk about that, I can hear Eva very clearly.
Tracey: What's that about the light?
Voice: It needs to be dark. (amplified)
Rachel: Very, very clear. Can we have some confirmation please that it needs to be dark outside, for this to work successfully?
Rachel: Feel someone on my left, I heard...
Voice: You haven't said how you're sitting.
Rachel: A male energy.
Tracey: Feel that energy going.
Voice: They're getting something Christ's made out of it.
Rachel: It's gone behind me.
Tracey: An energy on the top of my head.
Voice: Blow me.
Voice: Oh my God, it feels like you touched me then.
Rachel: Turn that down yet again, because it seems to be getting louder
Voice: We are watching.
Voice 1: They wouldn't want to shoot me.
Voice 2: I'll take the spy.
Voice 3: We don't want them having the chip.
Rachel: Absolutely beautiful inscriptions.
Voice 1: Thank you.
Voice 2: I've written in the book.
Voice: It's getting us loud.
Rachel: ...I don't know in all honesty.
Rachel: What is going on with my brain, it's just doing that blackboard thing again.
Voice 1: They got it wrong, they were out.
Voice 2: Don't talk.
Voice Olympus LS10: I think you might have to come back here again.
Rachel: Some sort of noise, I don't know where it's coming from.
Voice Olympus VN2100: I think you might have to come back here again.
Rachel: Some sort of noise, I don't know where it's coming from.
EVP class A example
Voice1: Turn the bloody light off.
Rachel: Why do we need the lights off folks? We haven't had a dark sitting for the best part of, aw, it's got to be at least 5 or 6 years.
Voice: When we recorded Valice's face.
EVP class B example
Rachel: Imagine you're doing a police photo fit...
Voice 1: Diana painted you.
Voice 2: Ssh.
Rachel: I'll tell you, if you want to bring your pad in here and a pen, they'd love it.
EVP class C example
Voice1: I'll have to burn her.
Rachel: there's someone in here with us.
Noise: N example
Rachel: ...National Encylopaedia.
Tracey: (laughs) Google.
Noise 2: Whistle.
Rachel: Is that you whistling?
Tracey: No. I can't whistle.
Rachel: What d'you see then, down there?
Voice: Big flash.
Tracey: I saw a big white flash.
Voice: Is that for you dear?
Voice: Please let's see there!
Tracey: Is it easier for you when we're talking, to pick up on the energy, that way somehow?
Voice: Then I change the waves.
Voice 1: Are they Joking her, we'll bring the luck to her.
Voice 2: Thank you.
Voice: Look Mary there's ma hoose!
Voice: Careful Helen they're out of the way.
Guest sitter: Helen, would you like to come forward?
Voice: Sarah bless you.
Tracey: Can you tell us your name?
Noise heard in the room.
Tracey: What on earth's that noise?
Voice: I'm Charlie.
Voice: 'Ello flights just gone out.
Tracey: This one's losing energy.
Voice: ...his face were like King Kong weren't it, they were taking turns.
Rachel: Is that better?
Tracey: Yeah, it's fantastic.
Voice: You're going away to Harvard hoo ha ha ha!
Voice: It's the Holy Grail with your shoes off.
Voice: Erav sanka Kompf.
Voice: Salaam ma.
Rachel: It's just looks a really comfy room doesn't it.
Voice: It's Raleigh.
Rachel: Leslie, I can see Leslie. Hello Leslie.
Voice: But I can't hear you.
Rachel: He's trying to tell me something, n' I can't hear him.
Tracey: Is Blackfoot there?
Voice: Oh you can't see her.
Tracey: Got a lady coming through as well there. Is that Ivy?
Voice: Oh she's feeling tired.
Tracey: This is so weird, literally your features just completely disappear when this happens.
Rachel: If you say you saw a black flash, that sounds a bit bizzare doesn't it? But it was like...
Rachel: It was like a flash but black, instead of a white flash it was black.
Rachel: D'you know if I'm anywhere near right or wrong on that one?
Voice: Pray to your God.
Voice: God is with her.
Rachel: And we ask for your protection, Amen.
Rachel: Got to wipe my eyes sorry, feel like I was being poked in the eye then.
Voice 1: So she has gone.
Voice 2: get out of the way.
Rachel: Aww oh oh.
Voice: Pull the trigger now.
Noise of a gun being cocked.
Voice: Confess her Sarah.
Voice: You've got to listen carefully, we are dead.
Rachel: I am the only person in here at the moment.
Voice: The dead ones are coming to arrive.
Voice: Did it really happen to me since I'm dead?
Debbie: ...to my right, just behind you.
Rachel: And I heard it to my left, so that, that would be right.
Voice: Remember me.
Rachel: Someone's going on about Randall, and it sounds like...
Voice: I was Mickey Randall.
Voice: I was Dale Armson.
Voice 1: You slip under, that's how I feel.
Voice 2: Suicide.
Voice: Who checks up if you're dead?
Rachel: There's a group of chaps and they're all standing round talking...
Voice: Is anybody saying they think of us?
Voice: I killed Billy.
Rachel: Did Marcello Bacci have one?
Voice 1: Konstantins does.
Voice 2: Someone at odds trying to Confirm.
Voice: I was in the light.
Voice 1: I have the name of a boat ship.
Voice 2: A war ship.
Voice 3: Will you sail it here?