Goodnight Sleep Tight

• February 1st, 2016

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Past studies have shown there are EVP voices to be recorded while we sleep. They are definitely there, but why? What might be going on while we’re safely tucked in for the night, and what can we learn from and about them? The EVP that have been captured during our nightly moments of ultimate vulnerability, seem to run the gamut in terms of subject matter. They do not appear to be a threat to our well-being, but nonetheless, they’re the most odd of the odd – the least expected, and the most off-putting EVP of all. We may not be in danger, but thanks to these small voices out of nowhere, the act of sleeping is no longer business as usual. Is this why we say our prayers before bed?

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Accept the Mystery

• January 1st, 2016

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It’s a fine line between truth and illusion, and we truly do not want to find ourselves on the wrong end of the question. But the phenomenon of EVP is supported by a growing history of unimpeachable voices, and under proper scrutiny, represent evidence legitimately worthy of acceptance. Likewise, it’s difficult to help a client in need when skepticism prevents us from even accepting any aspect of their plight. The time has come to stop hiding behind the label of enlightened skeptic and be willing to discover the truth – whatever it might be. It’s time to accept the mystery.

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New Beginnings

• December 1st, 2015

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Sometimes it can be extremely important to stop, sit back, and take some stock in where we’ve been before we can determine where we want to be in the future. This episode is devoted to revisiting EVP projects and experiments of the past and projecting how they will be updated for the future. It isn’t ever enough to stand stagnant and decide we know enough – it is always the better part of valor to re-evaluate and look for ways to improve. There is no wrong way to go in the paranormal, but there is frequently a better one.

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The Second Thing We Know

• October 31st, 2015

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It is a monumental piece of understanding to know that there is in fact an afterlife. It is a wondrous thing to consider. To realize that the human soul; that your own life continues, is a breathtakingly striking thing to know. It’s always been a great comfort to mankind to think that life continues after death, but to actually know it; to go beyond faith; to have actual knowledge, is astounding. Is this the gift of EVP? Despite contradictory opinions, EVP do trace their origin directly back to us – they are a part of the human condition. They are relatable, because they are us in some way.

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A Line in the Sand

• September 30th, 2015

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Our souls persist and carry the essence of our humanity into an undefined future – something we still will not probably understand when we get there. EVP have allowed us to hear from this other side of a line in the sand of time. EVP have strengthened the idea that this life is not all there is – that what is coming next is maybe even better. Certainly different, but… it is there.

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Sean Connery & the Doughboy

• September 1st, 2015

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Why do spirits have to appear in recognizable human form? What about all the other unexplained phenomena that don’t look anything like us? There are mists and orbs, rods and shadows, black masses, blobs - all kinds of stuff, but unless it looks exactly like a person, it is often dismissed. My experience suggests it’s more likely a spirit would appear as one of these than in human form. I think many of us are totally missing a number of great opportunities for contact and communication by refusing to look beyond our own image. All EVP can’t sound like Sean Connery. Some apparitions look a lot like the Pillsbury Doughboy. Go figure.

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“I Don’t Know!”

• August 1st, 2015

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Life is like a treasure hunt of sorts. All our answers are already right before us if we would only recognize the great wisdom that’s all around. We may be the smartest creature on earth, but we’re not intelligent enough to do that very often. So, as in life, when it comes to EVP and “the paranormal” we are often forced to come to the unfortunate conclusion that what little we think we know is probably not very often right. We find ourselves frequently saying “I don’t know!” An honest response, and the reason we continue doing what we do.

 

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Conversation

• July 1st, 2015

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Most of the time we approach EVP sessions with preconceived notions. We expect spirits to conform to these ideas, and frequently, we never deviate from the direction we set out upon. But the vast majority of spirits are as individualistic as we are, and what we usually record are specific conversations. They converse with one another and with us; they interject opinions and comments into our discourse. Most EVP voices are verbally engaged with what’s going on, and sometimes we’re fortunate enough to record them. If the things we hear them say were to be assigned to so-called living souls, they would fit right in and no special attention would be paid. But these are the conversations of spirits; of EVP, simply representing the unseen partners of our lives.

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Listen… Again.

• June 2nd, 2015

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As living humans, we hear EVP voices and are compelled to arrive at some kind of understanding – it’s a natural behavior when we hear another voice speak. Scientists sometimes suggest that the human mind interprets ambient sound incorrectly as speech, and therefore extrapolates meaning when its not even there. EVP speech could not be actual voices at all. But I’ve always wondered why it’s acceptable for us to hear one another speak and arrive at conclusions based on what we hear, but its not okay to do the same thing with an EVP. EVP speech is just as deliberate and is often highly comprehensible, and yet, when we suspect a spirit is speaking, common sense is supposed to remind us that it must be something else. Why does that make sense?

 

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EVP Are What?

• May 1st, 2015

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There are a great many opinions throughout the paranormal about the nature of EVP. One of those centers around the notion that EVP research is just another way to conjure unwanted, evil, and demonic entities. There is, of course, no evidence that this is true, just as there is also no verifiable proof that EVP are the voices of deceased human souls. Regardless, this attitude seems like just one more way to inject some unwarranted fear into the subject instead of more discovery, investigation, and understanding. Is this a moral dilemma for the EVP researcher, or simply more nonsense? What do you think is going on behind those mysterious voices?

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