I wish I could explain how it is that this little box works, but I’m not in anyway knowledgable about the inner workings of the software. What I know is that it provides sound for Spirit to use to communicate with us, but we do not hear the sound, unlike when we use gibberish or white noise. What we hear are intermitten messages that come through. Programs of this nature are called “Ghost Boxes” but they don’t contain any special ghostly properties. What they do is provide sound. The beauty is that we don’t have to sit and listen to gibberish or provide outside sound. Even though we are not hearing the sound tracks, (they are a few to choose from) they are generated by the box and Spirit can use them.
It’s fun to use, however, if I didn’t have a recording device to let these intermittent EVPs be recorded on, I would lose most of them or not be able to hear them fully because they come in so fast.
I am fortunate to have both a mac and a pc. On my mac I record whatever comes through onto Audacity. On my pc I run Phasma Box. On my mac I review it.
Here are some EVPs made last night, May 1, 2021, using Phasma Box. I had been recording orbs in my room when I decided to follow through on the suggestion made a few months ago by Lynn Walker to run some sound and see if those who are presenting the orbs might say their names.
Here is the Orb video made on my phone just before running the sound.
You guys know me, always dreaming up new ways to procure EVPs and I’ve been growing a little bit tired of the human vocal gibberish that I have been using. One of my concerns with using the same gibberish over and over is that words can get embedded into the gibberish, and although we don’t know why this happens, it does and so I wanted to make some new gibberish using my own voice.
There is a software called EVP Maker, (see the photo just above) that allows you to record yourself speaking and then it scrambles all the words up into gibberish and so this morning I gave it a try. I’m not sure what to set any of those numbers on so I just guess and I push the record button, ramble on for a few minutes and then run it through the scrambler.
Then I pulled up audacity and made a short one-minute recording using the new gibberish. Here are the EVPs I found:
Do you have a message for me sweetheart? Be grateful, we are here.
Yeah, I’m pretty impressed with what Spirit can do. Here’s a real favorite of mine. I was experimenting with human vocal gibberish made from a little boy named Lorenzo who speaks Portuguese. I asked my son Danny to say something to me in English to let me know that I should use this gibberish. Listen to this:
Say something to me in English so that I know I should use this—I speak in English
I was just floored with I started using this sound source because I was able to hear 100% of the words. I don’t know why this particular sound source works so well for me and I have no idea whether any of you will be able to hear this, but I’d really like to see if you can. Please, let me know!
One of the sound sources any of you can try is what I call “Finger Scratch.” As you can see in the photo above, I am simply scratching my finger on the side of my computer where the internal mic is. Here are some clips of EVPs procured using only my finger scratching on the computer as my sound source.
It’s really a hassle
Did you speak to Jeremy? (Danny’s cousin who he had been very close to)
I gather Desmond loves you Nana (Desmond is my grandson and he calls me Nana)
Meet Nellie, my sweet, elderly dog who has been with me for 16 years! Nellie has had quite a life, gave birth twice and outlived her mate Steven as well as most of her puppies. She sleeps 90% of the time and I don’t think she can hear or see too well anymore. Through EVP communication I have been told that she could cross over anytime, but that she doesn’t want to leave me. Last night while sleeping on the couch she was breathing rather heavily (which she does), so I decided to record her breath to see if I could procure any EVPs using her breath as my sound source. Well, take a listen to these:
Most EVPs that I have been able to procure came through a sound source that I provided. For example, I would play human vocal gibberish and record it, sometimes asking a question. On playback I would find messages and sometimes an answer to my question. The following is an example of an EVP acquired by providing a sound source for spirit to use to embed with their own thoughts.
Danny, can you say I love you Ma?—-I love you Ma
But then one day I was texting with my friend and EVP researcher Vicki Talbott. We were talking about a teacher I had in the 70’s named Seth. Seth was a spirit who spoke through the late medium Jane Roberts and Vicki had read many of the Seth books and so we were simply texting back and forth about Seth. Then on both of our phones appeared a recorded message symbol. Neither of us had sent the other a recorded message and so we could not figure out why we both saw the symbol. We wondered if it was possibly an EVP so I played it and recorded it onto Audacity and listened. OMG was I ever blown away. The following is the message that came through by itself.
Seth, hello, Seth
This second message also came through, on its own, with no effort on my part to record an EVP. I was on the phone, booking a room for the ARIE conference in September of 2017. While talking to the man at reservations, the call was interrupted by a loud static noise that prevented us from hearing each other. It happened twice before it occurred to me that it must just be an EVP message. Quickly I grabbed my computer, opened up the recording system I use to record EVPs and when the static interrupted the call again I was waiting for it with the recorder.
Once the call was completed I listened to the static I had recorded and heard the following message
Here to get everybody together.
These are examples of how spirit can use devices such as phones and computers to leave messages, even when we don’t expect them to. Wild, wouldn’t you say?