Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead [Konstantin Raudive, Joyce Morton, N. Fowler, Elizabeth Coxhead] on. His name was Konstantin Raudive, and he called his technique The book, called Breakthrough, went ahead, and EVP was on the scene. Breakthrough: An Amazing. Experiment in Electronic. Communication with the Dead. By Konstantin Raudive Ph.D. (shown at left). • Translated by Nadia Fowler.
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After reading his book inRaudive contacted Jurgenson to learn more. The answer to this is found in rausive Raudive conducted his sessions.
A different reporter was invited and he was amazed that the voices of German poet Goethe and Hitler came through. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He connected this diode receiver into his recorder and recorded numerous voices.
In the analog age that Raudive was in, a device to convert sound raudice electrical energy was needed and the microphone allowed for Raudive to not only speak his questions, but also record the answers from the other side. When he played the tape over and over, he came to believe he understood all of them.
He then began conducting sessions were a microphone was placed in front of the radio breakhrough and another was used for speaking. It is a primitive form of radio receiver crystal, but it has seen a recent resurgence in the radio based ITC community under the name Raudive Detector Circuit.
I never met him but have some of his first edition books, and have read about his IPV work and listened to his recordings on the Web with interest, given my own recent experiences with the departed. This method simply entails having a recorder with a microphone attached to it. Views Read Edit View history. For radio-based instrumental transcommunication researchers, Raudive also introduced us to the idea of inter-frequency white noise and microphone recording.
raudivee Jurgenson, more importantly, posited to the public that these voices were not from living beings, but they were actually the voices of the dead. Over the course of the next three years, Dr. The first breakthrokgh was the microphone — recorder set-up.
Most people assume that he had a basic microphone — recorder set-up when in fact he had numerous methods of recording that yielded results, many of which involved radio. A good portion of the independent listeners were personal friends. Have Your Voice Heard! The last voice on the tape, according to Konstatin, a woman’s voice, said ” Va dormir, Margarete ” “Go to sleep, Margaret”.
The fifth and final method of recording was discovered by accident, and it is the method that is used by ghost box researchers around the globe today. August 1, at Raudive later modified this type of radio recording by placing his diode in between breakthrougj radio output and the recorder input.
Upon their first meeting in AprilJurgenson played recordings he had made for Raudive which Raudive admits he had problems hearing and understanding because he was unfamiliar with the rhythm of the recordings. After learning of his mediator, he successfully began recording radio voices.
He started a radio session and left his microphone on by mistake. Raudive had a penchant for languages.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Raudive and Jurgenson collaborated together in recording sessions until June with results that were described as tenuous at best. What made this form of recording most interesting is that the diode was short enough to only pick-up broadcasts from within the room in which it was placed.
Other researchers breakthrouh report communications with Raudive. Over people were involved in his research, and all apparently heard the voices. A sample of the tape was used by The Smiths brdakthrough their song Rubber Ring.
The diode was simply a piece of germanium connected by a wire coiled two to three times. He had a long career as a breaothrough who taught in Latvia and Sweden. Pye Records had a long list kontantin recording artists at that time and their British studio provided a pristine recording environment for EVP experimentation.
In this method, which was described as problematic at best, a frequency was added to a radio signal. Despite this remarkable evidence, Raudive and his recordings are still dismissed by the skeptic community.
He published a book on EVP, Breakthroughin October 16, at 9: Raudive started researching such alleged voices on his own and spent much of the last ten years of his life exploring EVP. To date, there have not been any experiments carried out breakthtough frequency tuned modulation in ghost boxes as of yet.
According to Raudive, breaktjrough, one night, as he listened to one recording, he clearly heard a number of voices. He thought some of which were in German, some in Latviansome in French.
Unfortunately, this was not developed by either of these researchers. The voices that are picked up by this method were described as having an immediate impact while eaudive remarkably clear without a microphone being present. Raudive went back to his home in Germany and began documenting his sessions. These diodes were later made famous by George Meeks in his famous Spiricom device.
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Raudive delineated a number of characteristics of the voices, as laid out in Breakthrough:. August 29, at 3: