Monday, January 28, 2013

Detecting Ghosts through Media - Film, Voice Recording, request for retrial Sensors, and climatic characteristic Gauges

Though we have been capturing ghosts on film since the dawn of
photography, the methods by which we are able to do this today has vastly
improved, along with the technology of film.

Likewise, voice technology, since the invention of the telephone, has vastly
improved, and there are some schools of idea that subscribe to Evp, or
"Electronic Voice Phenomenon," which is performed, in essence, by tuning a
radio to a "white noise" frequency (usually an Am station) and recording hours
and hours of this "fuzz-noise" in the hopes of being able to pick up the voice
of a ghost, a idea that many population heartily believe in and pursue quite

It has also been observed and documented over the years that the "best
times" (though not exclusively) to be able to taste a ghost are the early
hours in the morning, around 3 a.m., and again, 12 hours later, at 3 p.m. In
the afternoon - scientific studies have revealed that both of these times are
ideal to "catch ghosts" in their activities because these times reflect the
minimum of barometric pressure in the double daily wave, plus the minimum
of air movement near the ground, along with a minimum of "oscillations" in
terrestrial magnetism. During these times, explored and discovered by Dr.
Gunther Wachsmuth in his meteorological book, Earth and Man, there is a
great estimate of conductivity of the vertical electric current on earth, and of
radioactivity in the layers nearest the ground. And because ghosts, like all
things, are composed entirely of pure energy, it makes good, tasteless sense
to discontinue that they will undoubtedly be more active and accessible to us at
those time gradients.

There are a few distinct areas of idea on the field of how to capture
ghosts in a medium by which we can view or go over later for supplementary study,
and just to cover all the bases, we'll consist of all of them here; what might work
well for one someone may not do the trick for another, so it is safe to try any or
all of these methods:

1) Working With Film and Camera Equipment

In today's state-of-the-art technology, though there are many distinct ways in
which to quantum a ghost's activity; the most favorite among these is the

High-speed, color film used on either a 35-mm or digital camera will produce
good results, as will Polaroid film. Many, many photos of orbs and streaks of
white that were not seen by the naked eye when the photos were taken have
appeared in Polaroid shots, so just because those are not the "latest and the
greatest" of our cameras today, don't put them on the shelf just yet.
It's best to use two cameras; if you're going with a team of four or five people,
of course, this is much easier to handle; one someone can load a 35-mm
camera with 400 Asa color print film, and other can shoot with a digital
camera. other good way to capture images of ghosts is with black-and white
film, and the use of a tripod is an excellent luxury, but often one that the
average ghost-hunting team won't be able to carry around very easily.
Use the cameras sparingly, but actively when you sense a ghostly presence
or an energy; at these times, you should naturally point and shoot, point and
shoot, repeatedly, when you feel you have come upon a inherent ghost. You
should be prepared to go straight through many, many rolls of film because often,
only one or two in 200 photos will actually catch the ghost on film. Remember,
they move very swiftly and can appear and reappear in the blink of an eye,
so make sure you stay on high alert at all times!

2) How To Use appeal Detectors

Before "pointing and shooting," however, there are other technical devices
you should have on hand to be able to detect appeal and temperature, which
should keep you from wasting too much film.

One important piece of tool is a gaussmeter, which is designed to
register deviations in electromagnetic fields. other is the sound level meter,
which is designed to quantum the intensity of audio generated from either
below or above the human audio range. Yet other very helpful gismo is a
digital thermometer, which measures even the most delicate and slight
temperature fluctuations.

Also, don't forget the old, trusty tape recorder - magnetic tape, as discussed
earlier in this book, will also pick up audio sounds not detectable to the
human ear, and you don't have to spend a great deal on money on a good
tape recorder that will furnish a digital prognosis of sound.

When you begin to research what you believe to be a haunted place, it's
best to start with the electromagnetic field reader, or "Emf" device. You can
go from room to room, scanning for any abnormalities - and, most
importantly, for inexpensive explanations to these abnormal readings, such as
any electrical gismo that gives off a "reading," sending the sensor shooting
way up. If you do eliminate all other inexpensive possibilities of an irregular or
"abnormal" reading, then point and shoot! It's also a good idea to have
another someone in the group test the air temperature; if it drops dramatically in
one spot or area in the room, that's your second "clue" that you may have
indeed found a ghost.

Emf meters like these are not unique or hard to find; they are ready in
most electronics shop and can be bought right off the shelf. In particular,
however, some units are more desirable than others for these purposes.
An Emf detector that has a range of zero to 199.9 milligauss operates on a
9-volt battery and is small sufficient to fit inside a shirt pocket. Remember that
large appliances, such as refrigerators, microwave ovens, fish tanks, etc., will
generate a very strong Emf reading, giving you a "false-positive," so take
those precautions discussed earlier to ensure that you're not just detecting a
vacuum cleaner! Watch the screen to rule when and if a reading
greater than 1.0 milligauss is obtained; this, without any exterior electrical
interference, could indicate the presence of a ghost. However, one could get
that same reading and watch it immediately drop below the 1.0 milligauss
level, which would indicate that the operator of the gismo may have scanned
a ghost entertaining across the room. These are very sensitive instruments, and
great care and patience is needed to be able to arrive at good, verifiable
conclusions, so set aside as much time as inherent to spend in the areas that
you may feel are vulnerable or high in ghostly activity.

3) Using Audio Equipment

Going back to the ghost "voice" phenomenon discussed in chapter 3, also
referred to as the "phantom voice," these are events in which a ghost seems
to be able to speak to us straight through an electronic medium; it is able to
manipulate the machine in such a way so that it reproduces a sound as
similar to what we understand and elucidate as a "voice," but it does not call
and leave a more lengthy message, etc., because a ghost does not have a
voice, as we do; again, ghosts use idea patterns to send their energies
and manipulate them in assorted ways straight through some electronic mediums,
and this is just one of the ways in which they can achieve that.
The ghostly "voice" is below or above the human range of hearing, which is
the calculate that an animal, such as a dog or a cat will be able to "hear" the
voices, such as they are, whereas we cannot. For example, a dog can easily
hear a dog whistle, but when we blow on it, we hear no sound - it is the same

The sound gismo that is best used to pick up ghostly "mutterings" is a simple,
small, analog sound meter, similar to the Emf, which also uses a 9-volt
battery and when scanned around a room, has a sensitive needle inside
which will suddenly "spark" if ghostly sounds are detected. Watch the intensity
meter for minor needle movement while the analog sound level meter is set
on the bottom scale possible. Then, if you see needle movements, slowly
scan the meter around the room until the signal is increased. The needle will
then "flutter" lightly back and forth, and it is at this point when photographs
should be taken, and a tape recorder should be activated as well to tape any
sounds not detectable by the human ear but that can be picked up via
magnetic tape and analyzed later.

4) What is a "Cold Spot?"

Another very trustworthy recipe of detecting a ghost's presence is with a digital
thermometer. Investigators have documented many cases in which a narrow
column of cold air rises from the floor to the ceiling of a room - the
investigator can pass their hands straight through this column, which all the time appears
to be very narrow. When they do so, they have reported feeling a "chill" or a
definite "shift" in temperature relative to the rest of the room. This indicates a
ghostly presence. But the interrogate remains: Does the "cold spot" originate the
chills that population feel when their hair is electrified and actually "stands on
end?" Does their hair stand on end due to the electromagnetic fee the
ghost gives off by its very presence in the room?

Because we already know that ghosts use our vigor to insinuate themselves
into our earth plane, it would be safe to say that this is the case, and that we
may be able to soon prove that ghosts enter our plane via a very narrow type
of "vortex" or "funnel" instead of just "plopping down," or "landing" carelessly

It could be, and it is still being debated today, that the swirling vigor vortex
through which ghosts make their presence known is the actual source of the
column that produces the cold air and the resulting electrical discharge.
Photographs that have been taken of these swirling vigor vortexes indicate
that this vigor apparently has matter, or density, to it, because it reflects
light (we are able to picture it, hence it reflects light) and becauseit also
casts a shadow.

Anyone curious in trying their luck at becoming a ghost hunter can start
building their ghost-hunting tool bag with simple, yet efficient tools. There are
two items that are "must-haves": a 35-mm with 400 Asa color or black-and white
film, or a digital camera; and a accepted magnetic compass for
detecting a ghost's energies. The compass should be used as a directional
finder, using the needle to point to the ghost's energy. Even with these simple
tools, you'll be well on your way to some happy ghost hunting!


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