Previously, I had created a list of 4,019 words for use with Phasma Communicator and xParanormal Detector. This list contains every state in the USA, many common names, many common words, and I also added a few of my ancestors’ names. One of those ancestors is Frank B. Kelly. He was born and lived his entire life in Washington, D.C.
I was completely blown away by the sequence of words that were displayed through the Phasma Communicator this morning. This is a first for me and it is VERY interesting!
xParanormal Detector/Phasma Communicator log, May 21, 2016
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While conducting a P-SB11 Spirit Box session at home this morning, I was asking for spirits to give me their names. A very clear (female) response came through: “Trudeau”. Listen with headphones or earbuds for the best clarity.
I became curious to know who this might be, so I went to the census records at Familysearch.org and found two Trudeau families in the 1920 census: One family lived in East Clear Lake and the other in West Clear Lake, Skagit County, WA. I suspect the voice could be from any of the females of either of the Trudeau families.
I just recently received my P-SB11 Dual Sweep Fequency ITC Research Device from Pro-Measure/DAS Distribution a few days ago. It’s the one with the detuned AM Channel 1 feature.
Earlier today, I did two sessions with it. This clip was from an FM only portion (200 ms sweep rate) of the second session. I was blown away by a strong “Hello?” response from a little girl.
Who is Alice?
I’ve been using a new ITC application called Alice.
With Alice, you can use your own list of words. So I created my own list of 3,578 words, which includes every major city in the US, every year from 1600 to 2015, every state of the US, many first names (male and female), and many every day words from dictionaries.
Alice is quite interesting. While running this application, I have had a few sessions which have produced very interesting results. The most recent one was this morning. The first three words from Alice were:
Later words during this same session included:
A quick google search revealed a story about a tragedy that happened in 1903 in a Philadelphia ballpark.
A web site called “The Captains Blog” contains a post about the tragedy.
Apparently a scrum broke out just outside the basball stadium during a game. Curious onlookers from the stadium crowded to one part of the stadium to look down to the street to watch the goings on. The game was a ‘tie’ at this point. Several ‘factors’, including a rotted beam and the ‘force’ of the weight of the people, caused the weighted part of the stadium to collapse, sending people falling 20 feet to the street below. We can imagine this would certainly cause ’tissue’ damage and the wounded to ‘hobble’ around after the incident. 12 people were killed and approximately 300 were wounded.
An article was published in the “Semi-Weekly Messenger” (Wilmington, NC, Aug. 11, 1903) about the tragedy.