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The Power of Instrumental Trans-Communication (ITC): Validating Spirit Communication


Spirit Communication

A Brief History of ITC & Spirit Communication


Instrumental Trans-Communication (ITC) is a fascinating field that bridges the gap between the physical and the non-physical worlds through electronic devices. The term ITC was coined by Professor Ernst Senkowski, a German physicist, in the 1970s. ITC encompasses a variety of methods, including Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP), where voices of spirits are recorded using electronic devices such as tape recorders, radios, camcorders, noise-generation applications and even computers​.


Spirit Communication History

The roots of ITC can be traced back to early pioneers like Friedrich Jürgenson, who, in 1959, discovered mysterious voices on his tape recordings. This discovery spurred further interest and experimentation in the field. Another notable figure is Konstantin Raudive, who meticulously documented thousands of EVP recordings, which he believed were communications from the deceased​.


Early Pioneers and Technological Innovations One of the most significant developments in ITC was the creation of the Spiricom by William O'Neil in 1980. O'Neil claimed to have designed the device based on instructions received psychically from a deceased scientist. The Spiricom reportedly allowed for two-way communication with spirits, though its success has been difficult to replicate by other researchers, possibly due to the unique mediumistic abilities of O'Neil himself​.


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Frank Sumption's creation of "Frank's Box" in 2002 marked another milestone in ITC. This device scans radio frequencies, generating white noise believed to facilitate real-time spirit communication. Despite scepticism and critiques regarding its reliability, the Spirit Box technique remains a popular tool among paranormal investigators​.


The most common opinion among those who do not support ITC research is that spirits cannot use electronic devices. This belief often stems from preconceived ideas about what does and does not work, rather than from extensive studies and experimentation. As a result, some people dismiss ITC research as producing false positives or even as being entirely fake.


Unfortunately, some individuals who write opinion pieces or share their stance online may not have actual hands-on experience with the devices they criticise, which is not good scientific practice.


Let's ponder electronic devices and consciousness for a second...


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PEAR Labs and Consciousness Studies


The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Lab conducted groundbreaking research on the interaction between human consciousness and physical devices. One of their most intriguing experiments involved random number generators (RNGs). The PEAR researchers discovered that the output of RNGs could be influenced by human intention and emotional states, suggesting a link between consciousness and electronic devices​.


This finding has profound implications for ITC research. If living consciousness can affect electronic devices, it stands to reason that non-physical entities, or spirits, could potentially interact with such devices in similar ways. This hypothesis supports the notion that ITC is not merely a series of coincidental or subjective experiences but may involve genuine interactions with discarnate entities.



So, after years of experimentation to determine the effectiveness of applications on smart devices or tablet devices that utilise applications, we sought to investigate through specific questioning, historical reference, and understanding the reality of how these applications work. We aimed to dispel the fiction surrounding geolocation, listening to us, and playing algorithms. To accomplish this, we decided to build a Random Sound Generator (RSG) to provide a random selection of sounds that serve as the building blocks of words named phonemes.


We were involved in every stage of the build. We transparently created every sound for the audio banks and made them available on our website for researchers to access. We conducted extensive testing to determine if non-physical energies could communicate with us. The results were astonishing, and other researchers, enthusiasts, and even parapsychologists have been impressed. They tested for confirmation bias and pareidolia through blind experimentation.


There is an undeniable trend of using scientific-sounding buzzwords to dismiss potential evidence rather than conducting one's own studies. Some people find it easier to label things as confirmation bias, audio pareidolia, and talk down to those who are doing the work, regardless of whether they are obtaining results or not.


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Debunking Myths and Addressing Scepticism


Despite the compelling evidence and numerous anecdotal accounts, ITC remains a controversial topic. Debunkers argue that many ITC phenomena can be explained by pareidolia, the tendency to perceive familiar patterns, such as faces or voices, in random stimuli. However, the consistency and specificity of many ITC communications challenge this explanation.


Critics also point to the lack of replicability in ITC experiments as a significant flaw. While it is true that not all ITC sessions yield clear results, this does not invalidate an entire field. Much like other scientific endeavours, paranormal research involves variables that are not always easily controlled or understood.


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Moreover, the personal nature of ITC experiences can make objective validation difficult. For instance, a message that holds profound significance for one individual may seem meaningless to another. This subjectivity does not diminish the potential reality of the phenomena.


Seeing or hearing is not always believing. Both senses are scientifically proven to be such a small part of our reality. We do not hear or see vast amounts of the reality we find ourselves in. There is more to explore beyond what our senses perceive.


Conducting a Successful ITC Session


For those interested in exploring ITC, here are some practical steps to increase the likelihood of a successful session:


  1. Choose the Right Equipment: Basic ITC tools include digital voice recorders, radios (preferably those that can scan frequencies), and even smartphone apps designed for ITC.

  2. Create a Conducive Environment: Conduct sessions in a quiet, controlled environment free from electronic interference. Dim lighting can also help create a focused atmosphere.

  3. Set Clear Intentions: Before starting, clearly state your intention to communicate with spirits. This can help focus your energy and potentially attract communicative entities.

  4. Record and Document: Always record your sessions. Playback and careful analysis can reveal messages that may not be immediately apparent during the live session.

  5. Stay Sceptical but Open-Minded: Approach ITC with a healthy balance of scepticism and openness. Not every anomaly will be a spirit communication, but remaining open to the possibility can lead to meaningful experiences.

  6. Stay True to You: This is your research, your exploration, and your journey. Just because someone tells you theyare more experienced and have been in the field longer but have not experienced results, it does not mean you are inferior or won't achieve what you aim to. Let them focus on their research and goals, and you focus on yours!


Instrumental Trans-Communication offers a tantalising glimpse into the potential for communication with the non-physical realm. While scepticism and challenges remain, the cumulative evidence and personal testimonies provide a strong case for the validity of ITC. By understanding its history, addressing myths, and following structured methodologies, we can continue to explore this fascinating field with open-minded curiosity and steadfast focus on our research.


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