We’ve all seen the ghost shows on TV, where the crew is trying to capture audio evidence of a spirit. People have been doing this for a hundred years. Thomas Edison was working on a phone in 1920 that would open the lines of communication with the deceased. Although he was not successful, others have followed in his footsteps.
During the 1960’s Konstantin Raudive was capturing tens of thousands of spirit voices on audiotape. He was using his own machine that created static (the sound source), which the spirits used to create words. In 1974 Marcello Bacci found a way to have interactive communication with the other side through the use of an old radio. Many flocked to his home in Italy to speak to their loved ones.
Today Anabela Cardoso, a former Portuguese career diplomat who lives in Spain and publishes the Instrumental Transcommunication Journal has a recording studio where she records voices as well. She uses multiple radios placed around the room playing static.
Sonia Rinaldi in Brazil and Sheri Perl in New York both use gibberish (a recording of multiple people speaking at once) to allow the sprits to create words. I learned from Sheri Perl and I use her method of recording on my laptop with Audacity while playing the gibberish. Sonia and Sheri connect deceased children with their parents. Sonia can also capture the faces of the deceased on her computer.
After taking Sheri’s workshop, I came home and excitedly began communicating with my relatives and pets on the other side. They were not always easy to understand, but everyone was speaking English including the pets. Prior to my first Shamanic Journey class, I tried to contact Michael Harner, the anthropologist who brought Shamanic practices to the west. He had passed a few months earlier. He did come through and so did a group of Shamans, who became my teachers about life and life after life.
It should be noted that when Sonia, Sheri and all the prior communicators mentioned here speak to the deceased, the spirits first language is the same as that of the communicator. The deceased are also only speaking a few words at a time, in between more gibberish. The Shamans, in contrast, do not speak English as a first language. They also keep talking, no pauses. They are not only using the gibberish to speak continuously, but they are speaking a language completely foreign to them.
The messages the Shamans and my deceased relatives and pets have given me are very similar to the messages the other communicators have received from the other side. It is all about love, hope and that they are all around us, supporting us in our journey through life.