EVP or the Electronic Voice Phenomena is sounds recorded electronically which are interpreted as entity voices. These voices have either been unintentionally recorded or intentionally requested to be recorded.
With the EVP KIT you can:
- Play electromagnetic trigger music through the Energy Speaker and listen to the output via the EVP Mic.
- Use the EVP Mic to observe the electromagnetic energy generated by the EM White Noise and Energy Whistle.
- Watch the visual display of the electromagnetic and static energy surrounding the Energy Sensor.
- Conduct EVP experiments utilizing the EM White Noise combined with the EVP Mic.
- Conduct experiments to observe energy that may not be in an audio form but rather in an electromagnetic form. The EM White noise is designed to enhance these levels by taking advantage of the theory of wave propagation.
EVP Mic – The EVP Mic will allow you to record any ElectroMagnetic activity that occurs and translate it into Audio Waves. This inductive mic will not pick up your voice, this will only pick up ElectroMagnetic Energy! Read more on the EVP Mic
Energy Speaker– The Energy Speaker translates sounds to the electromagnetic field (EMF). Use this speaker to create sounds as a magnetic field. Create trigger music via communication with energy or EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) Experiments playing your questions through the Energy Speaker. Read more on the Energy Speaker
Energy Sensor – Multi-colored display that change as it detects the level of static energy. Colors change from dark blue to teal to yellow red and white. Read more on the E-Sesnor
Energy Whistle – Creates an EMF (electromagnetic field) Siren by oscillating the field. Just like an audio siren is easy for the human ears to detect, the Energy Whistle acts as a beacon within the Electromagnetic Fields. Read more on the Energy Whistle
EM White Noise – Functions as an amplifier for magnetic fields within the range of human speech. You won’t hear the white noise. It’s created as an electromagnetic field. Based on wave propagation, the electromagnetic (EM) white noise sweeps at 300 – 1.1khz. Read more on the EM White Noise