Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead [Konstantin Raudive, Joyce Morton, N. Fowler, Elizabeth Coxhead] on. His name was Konstantin Raudive, and he called his technique The book, called Breakthrough, went ahead, and EVP was on the scene. Breakthrough: An Amazing. Experiment in Electronic. Communication with the Dead. By Konstantin Raudive Ph.D. (shown at left). • Translated by Nadia Fowler.
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After reading his book inRaudive contacted Jurgenson to learn more.
In all, Raudive is responsible for being the first person to thoroughly document his foray into EVP. He insisted upon documenting the people at the session and the date and time the session took place; he insisted upon limiting distractions and unnecessary conversation; he also recommended limiting recording breakthruogh to under fifteen minutes due to the long hours it requires for playback examination.
He was ultimately put to the test in a controlled experiment after the publication of his book.
I find that it is not uncommon to spend over an hour examining every minute of recorded audio. In this method, which was described as problematic at best, a frequency was added to a radio signal. With the help of various electronics experts he recorded overaudiotapes, most of which were made under what he described as “strict laboratory conditions.
These independent listeners had skills that were quite varied. I never met him but have some of his first edition books, and have read about his IPV work and listened to his recordings on the Web with interest, given my own recent experiences with the departed.
So a session may have one mic for Raudive and another set on the table for the spirits to speak in to. He published a book on EVP, Breakthroughin Raudive delineated a number of characteristics of the voices, as laid out in Breakthrough:. He thought some of which were in German, some in Latviansome in French. He connected this diode receiver into his recorder and recorded numerous voices.
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Bad KrozingenGermany. Raudive started researching such alleged voices on his own and spent much of the last ten years of his life exploring EVP.
Raudive later modified this type of radio recording by placing his diode in between the radio output and the recorder input.
He did this while attempting to capture birdsongs. These words made a deep impression on me, as Margarete Petrautzki had died recently, and her illness and death had greatly affected me.
He was talking with another oknstantin and upon playback, he realized that meaningful responses were forthcoming from the other side via the radio. Raudive was born in Latgale in eastern Latvia then part of Vitebsk Governorate but studied extensively abroad, later becoming a student of Carl Jung.
Raudive also experimented with what he dubbed Frequency Transmitting Recording.
The engineers heard nothing while the session was being recorded. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Jurgenson, more importantly, posited to the public that these voices were not from living beings, but they were actually the voices of the dead. Both Raudive and Schneider claimed that this clarified many of the voices. The voices that are picked up by this method were described as having an immediate impact while being remarkably clear without a microphone being present.
Raudive had a penchant for languages. The answer to this is found in how Raudive conducted his sessions. Prior to his career in parapsychology, Raudive was a respected psychologist who learned from great C. Despite this remarkable evidence, Raudive and his recordings are still dismissed by the skeptic community. Raudive went back to his home in Germany and began documenting his sessions. Raudive was a scientist as well as a practising Roman Catholic.
His feats were numerous. Raudive and Jurgenson collaborated together in recording sessions until June with results that were described as tenuous at best. The first method was the microphone — recorder set-up. Prior to this mistake, his radio sessions were recorded sans microphone.
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The diode was simply a piece oknstantin germanium connected by a wire coiled two to three times. Born in Latvia, he spoke fluent Latvian and Russian. They were well documented by scientists and were proven in a controlled environment. Today with the stereo microphone capabilities of most digital recorders, a dual mic set-up is unnecessary.
Get all the newest ITC Voices content in your email! A different reporter was invited and he was amazed that the voices breqkthrough German poet Goethe and Hitler came through.
Raudive studied parapsychology all his life, and was especially interested in the possibility of the afterlife. During the session, it was impossible for outside voices to be present within the sound-proofed walls of the studio. Raudive accepted the challenge and conducted an 18 minute experiment with the audio engineers. For Raudive, his mediator did not appear until after six months of recording had occurred. August 1, at He used Hz as breakthroough carrier signal which caused interference.
Raudive was fascinated that Jurgenson claimed to have recorded the voices of dead family members and well known people from the then recent past such as Hitler and Goring.