Here you can find samples of recorded Electronic Voice Phenomena from all over the world – in different languages, countries, and recorded using different methods / techniques. We’ve asked people to contribute their best EVP samples in order to show that people in spirit communicate using electronics, and they’ve been doing it for more than half a century!
The Five Phases Theory Concerning A Complete Near-Death-Experience (NDE) By Dr Maureen Venselaar – News Article – Supernatural Magazine•March 15, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Of all the many ideas and theories I have studied on the subject of Near Death Experiences, this theory makes the most sense of all. It is clean and elegant, describes all aspects of the NDE, and most importantly it seamlessly marries the spiritual with the scientific.
Carlos S. Alvarado, Research Fellow, Parapsychology Foundation
I would like to join Andreas Sommer in wishing the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) a happy 134th birthday. Writing in his Traité de Métapsychique (Paris: Félix Alcan, 1922, p. 37), famous physiologist Charles Richet stated that the “colossal work” of early SPR workers provided the foundations for current psychical research.
The Society was founded in London on February 20, 1882. As Andreas wrote in the above-mentioned blog: “To historians of science and medicine, the Society’s history offers a veritable goldmine of opportunities to investigate some of the links between the sciences and the ‘occult’, which it might not be exaggerated to state have been written out of popular and disciplinary history.”
I have posted in another forum a short bibliography about the SPR, with emphasis on its early years. Below you will find parts of the “Objects of the Society,”…
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There are many disciplines or fields of study in the unknown & unexplained. Each one of them specializes & focuses on specific catagories & topics within their own field of expertise. Although certain fields may interact with each other at times through certain topics, its not a commonality. For example, cryptozoologists don’t generally hunt ghosts, demonologists don’t usually skywatch for UFOs, archaeologists don’t usually conduct seances, & parapsychologists don’t preform exorcisms, ect…
However, there is one field which deals with the unknown which can interact with every other field in the unexplained equally. This would be parasociology. Since many are not aware of this unique field of research, let’s first define what exactly parasociology is.
Parasociology is a branch of paranormal research dedicated to examining & studying how paranormal manifestations, activity, or events affect a group or family unit. A group is a number of people who identify & interact with one another. Basically, parasociology is to sociology what parapsychology is to psychology….
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It has to be mentioned.
Almost all paranormal groups are doing this as their preferred ‘hobby’. We don’t like to think of it that way because most of us would wish to do this full time – and have our bills paid.
But we fit in our investigations in between our Monday – Friday, 8-5pm jobs which means we are usually at a client’s home or business during the evening hours, or on weekends. This makes Saturday nights prime for bypassing work traffic and having more time to get there and be focused on only the client and their possible haunting. Since there are only a handful of Saturday nights in any month, they can book up really fast. That’s when we start trying to accommodate the clients by fitting them in during the week evening hours, Friday nights with heavy traffic, or Sunday afternoons.
By the time a client…
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My husband and I are rather obsessed with estate sales. They offer bits and pieces of one’s personal history that we interact with at a very material level. For me, there is that desire to know someone through their personal belongings and the ambiance of their house. It’s a bit voyeuristic, to be sure; but I also feel that it gives me the opportunity to know someone who is no longer physically present in his or her home. These glimpses into someone’s life broaden my understanding of who we are and what defines us; for some, their possessions and decor create a personality. For others, the stuff that accumulates in their house has little to do with their identity. As a paranormal investigator, these estate sales provide me with a wealth of information on life after death, or simply on life: what it was, what it is now, what it…
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It’s a common complaint. After an intense investigation, many of us feel sick. In my case, a haunted location will manifest itself first as an intense headache, usually starting in the back of my neck and working itself up to the top of my head. If the spiritual energy is heavy enough, I’ll find myself dizzy and nauseated, and the floor will feel like it’s rising and sinking.
There is a long history of mediums dying young, fraught with various illnesses and diseases. To those who protest that they are investigators and not mediums, let’s look at the word “medium”: in this context, it means the conduit between one reality and another. That is what we all become, with enough experience and hours dedicated to turning ourselves into human antennae. We don’t need to fit the stereotypical image in the medium to actually function as one. We do not engage…
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