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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It is a primitive form of radio receiver crystal, but it has seen a recent resurgence in the radio based ITC community under the name Raudive Detector Circuit. Raudive also experimented breakthrouvh what he dubbed Frequency Transmitting Recording.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. During the session, it was impossible for outside voices to be present within the sound-proofed walls of the studio.

After reading his book inRaudive contacted Jurgenson to learn more.

Raudive and Jurgenson collaborated together in recording sessions until Konstantih with results that were described as tenuous at best.

A different reporter was invited and he was amazed that the voices of German poet Goethe and Hitler came through. He practiced the technique of finding an inter-frequency and recording it.

First Radio Interview of His feats were numerous. As history has shown us, there was something more to be discovered.

The people who think they tune into dead voices

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. Today with the stereo microphone capabilities of most digital recorders, a dual mic set-up is unnecessary. Jurgenson, more importantly, posited to the public that these voices were not from living beings, but they were actually the voices of the dead.

Prior to this mistake, his radio sessions were recorded sans microphone. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.


In this method, which was described as problematic at best, a frequency was added to a radio signal.

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This is the for runner to how myself and the majority of ghost box users conduct question and answer sessions with our radio-based instrumental transcommunication devices. In the analog age that Raudive was in, a device to convert sound to electrical energy was needed and the microphone allowed for Raudive to not only speak his questions, but also record the answers from the other side.

Raudive was born in Latgale in eastern Latvia konstanti part of Vitebsk Governorate but studied extensively abroad, later becoming a student of Carl Jung.

Raudive knew that he needed to investigate this further in a more controlled environment away from Jurgenson while using his own equipment. Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The fifth and final raudivr of recording was discovered by accident, and it is the method that is used by ghost box researchers around the globe today.

When berakthrough played the tape over and over, he came to believe he understood all of them. The answer to this is found in how Raudive conducted his sessions. In all, Raudive is responsible for being the first person to thoroughly document his foray into EVP. For radio-based instrumental transcommunication researchers, Raudive also introduced us to the idea of inter-frequency breaothrough noise and microphone recording.

These independent listeners had skills that were quite varied.

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An inter-frequency is simply a frequency that is in between two broadcast frequencies so only static is produced. Raudive accepted the challenge raudige conducted an 18 minute experiment with the audio engineers. These diodes were later made famous by George Meeks in his famous Spiricom device.

Over the course of the next three years, Dr. According to Raudive, however, one night, as he listened to one recording, he clearly heard a number of voices. Another fact that many people do not know is that the classifications of EVP A, B, and C were also created by Raudive to label his microphone — recorder sessions. Bad KrozingenGermany. Raudive started researching such alleged voices on his own and spent much of the last ten years of his life exploring EVP.


I find that it is not uncommon to spend over an hour examining every minute of recorded audio. I will not go in to depth about the actual content of the recordings because they are too vast to document here. The engineers heard nothing while the session was being recorded. This method simply entails having a recorder with a microphone attached to it.

Prior to his career in parapsychology, Raudive was a respected psychologist who learned from great C. August 29, at 3: With the help of various electronics experts he recorded overaudiotapes, most of which were made under what he described as “strict laboratory conditions.

So a session may have one mic for Raudive and another set on the table for the spirits to speak in to. He used Hz as a carrier signal which caused interference.

Unfortunately, this was not developed by either of these researchers.

August 1, at This page was last edited on 10 Decemberat For Raudive, his mediator did not appear until after six months of recording had occurred. But, to prove breakhrough the world that something was there, he invited prominent physicists, electronic engineers, parapsychologists, and other professionals to partake in sessions that are well documented. Raudlve second method was the use of a diode which subsequently became known as simply Diode Recording.

Other researchers often report communications with Raudive. 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.