I was excited to see that our friends in spirit can even change the language of the gibberish we use. I did an experiment using some gibberish that was sent to me by my friend and fellow RVP Researcher Sonia Rinaldi. The following two EVPs were made using gibberish that was made from a little boy speaking in Portuguese.
Who would have believed that we would be able to do this? It continues to blow my mind that I can communicate in this way. Now that the slideshow and video are available online for free, those of you who say you long to make a connection, have no excuse. Give it a try. The links you need are available at sheriperl.com.
Here are some new clips. Let me know what you think of the sound quality!
It was through EVP Researcher Sonia Rinaldi, who uses Electronic Voice Phenomenon to contact people in comas, as well as non-verbal children etc., that I learned that you can also contact people in their sleep. This idea intrigued me and so I’ve been experimenting.
Now, in truth, I can’t be sure that these clips came from the people I tried to contact in their sleep. They could easily have come from Danny, but I try to see what makes sense in line with those I tried to contact.
Take a listen to some of these. I’ve been experimenting with making my own gibberish and I think some of these are quite clear with expression too. Let me know your reactions. Your comments are welcome below.
This little guy is my grandson Petyon Daniel Migdol. When my amazing friend and mentor Vicki Talbott told me about something I could download that would allow me to make my own gibberish I was intrigued. I like the idea of knowing that I made the gibberish and that it is pure, so for an experiment, I recorded Peyton counting from 1 to 20, and then scrambled the words through this thing called EVPMaker. Anyway, I had no idea what to expect, as this was my first attempt, but I was delighted to find the sweetest EVP! I would assume the message is from Danny but in Peyton’s voice. Have a listen:
I love you
I’m ready Mother
May I use this to make a recording for a small child?—That be great!