ITC – Instrumental Transcommunication – Spirits speak to us via electronic devices

worldITCThere is an interesting website – World ITC.

First what is ITC? Their website tells us:

Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC)

“Instrumental Tanscommunication (ITC) means that the messages coming from beyond will be received and/or stored by use of technical means.

ITC is the use of tape recorder, TVs, radios, computers, telephones, and other technical devices with the intent to get meaningful information from beyond in such forms as voices, images, and text.
EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) experimenting produced the first ITC contacts using a tape recorder and a simple microphone. Later on there occurred ITC contacts via telephone, computer, fax, special devices and so on.
The big advantage of ITC is the possibility to prove to others that something uncommon takes place. Not only the receiver of the messages, for example the medium, but also others could become a witness of these contacts. Almost everybody who is really interested in that phenomenon can get and with persistence will get EVP.”

I believe this is one more method by which the spirit world is beginning to communicate with us. We have been told, via Spiritist literature, that where once mediums were incarnated in predominantly religious organizations, they are more part of the general public, since for so long, the large religious orders have not wanted to expose their adherents to the possibility of reincarnation and other revelations.

On the opening page there is an intriguing article about a message delivered from a spirit to a PC (personal computer).

 

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See Calling Earth, a documentary by Dan Drasin, for more on this (Vimeo or You Tube).

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