Using Gibberish syllables as a background sound source
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BELOW ARE JUST A FEW FROM MY LIBRARY OF CONTACTS
Who's asking for this?
(George Gilbert Bonner
It's me, We have to get talking later (Tina Laurent Session)
Tesla (Proff Ernst Senkowski session)
Braden said Yes!
(Big circle session Braden is Vicki Talbots son in spirit)
I Love You (Big circle session)
Hi Where's Mom today?
(Big circle session)
Girlfriend Sister (Cathy Bradshaw) Cathy used to say this
It's Beautiful_ It's Childish Um (Big Circle session)
Try Edison (Nikola Tesla session)
Ask Edison (Nikola Tesla session)
Please Try (Tina Laurent)
Try Methods (Tina Laurent)
"I'm keeping the promise_and when the time comes_send noise as a signal"
(Father Brune )
This was a very interesting one, as the Gibberish syllables were in French, but the message came through in English? Let me known if you can hear the above message.
I began using No- sense gibberish syllables as a background sound source back in 2019, (Sonia Rinaldi Method) I set out a 3 years research plan to see if we could make contact via the EVP using Gibberish sound source for the communicators to transform or reorganize, the syllables to speak with us. This process is called Granular synthesis and is used by musicians, to destroyed or break up the audio and then reorganised into something new, In our case! The voice signal is destroyed in syllables and then re organised by spirit to form messages.
The gibberish syllables were played out loud into the room and paused when I asked questions to the communicators, then un paused leaving a minutes for the other side to speak.
Only on playback, did I find the gibberish syllables to have been manipulated or re-organized by the other side, to form a message in response to a question that was put to the communicators.
Please let me know what you think of this method?
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Very interesting results!
The whole voice file lasting about 1 min 40 secs, is broken up into syllables of 225ms (Millie seconds of equal parts.)
These are then loaded and played through a software where by each syllable are quickly randomly selected and never repeating the same pattern of selection.
To the human ear, this new destroyed background sound source, does not make any sense and is spoken continually. This is played out into the room while asking questions to the other side.
It's only on playback do we get the messages from the other side, as they have somehow transformed or manipulated this gibberish to speak with us.
Sonia Rinaldi, says, that we have to offer something like a clean gibberish file for the other side to speak with us, as this makes it more clearer and for longer messages from the other side