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Discarnate Spirit Presence Sensor
DISCARNATE SPIRIT PRESENCE SENSOR (MY OWN EXPERIMENTS)
A discarnated (deceased) doctor André Luiz visiting his still living on the physical plane wife Zélia, in the movie Nosso Lar (Our Home: The Astral City: A Spiritual Journey) (Brazil, 2010). The second slide is the work of Norman Rockwell: The Ouija Board (1920).
Discarnate spirits are thought to be able to somehow alter or generate the very weak magnetic fields in a room.
So, an anomalous EM field in the middle of a room with no obvious source would merit further investigation.
The Gauss Master measures the strength of AC (alternating current) magnetic fields, also called Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF). 30 – 400 Hz is the preferable frequency of AC magnetic field (I tested it with other range of frequencies, it worked well with all of them). The precise calibration (which we do not even need for our case) is done for the frequency 50 – 60 Hz.
Gauss Master is a one-axis meter. This means that it “looks” in one direction only. Because magnetic fields are oriented in space, you must rotate the meter to make sure it has a chance to “see” the magnetic field. To make the meter ten times more sensitive (0 to 1 milliGauss (mG) range) than the default range from 0 to 10 milliGauss (mG), press and hold the button on the left side of the Gauss Master.
First, we need to create as weak as possible AC (alternating current) magnetic field (but still strong enough to be detected by the Gauss Master), to use it as a background magnetic energy attribute for further monitoring. For this purpose, we will use an electromagnetic coil or a solenoid that is a type of electromagnet, the purpose of which is to generate a controlled magnetic field through a coil wound into a tightly packed helix.
An alternating electric current (AC) flows through the solenoid, producing a changing magnetic field. By electromagnetic induction, this field and its possible fluctuations caused by discarnate spirits can be detected by many devices (including our Gauss Master).
A current through any conductor creates a circular magnetic field around the conductor due to Ampere’s law. The advantage of using the coil shape is that it increases the strength of magnetic field produced by a given current. The magnetic fields generated by the separate turns of wire all pass through the center of the coil and add (superpose) to produce a strong field there. The more turns of wire, the stronger the field produced.
AC magnetic field is generated when an alternating current is passing through a coil. The AC current is a time-varying current and it is often a sine-wave. Thus, the magnetic is also time-varying. The magnetic field intensity or strength is dependent on the alternating current. Therefore high-current is needed to produce a high AC magnetic field, and vice versa.
For our experiment, we selected the Eisco Labs Demonstration Induction Coil (https://www.eiscolabs.com/products/ph0840) as freely available on the market today (the image of this particular coil is shown above).
The desirable qualities for the operator of the spiritoscope are:
1. The high moral development. Love and compassion
2. The highest purity of thoughts, words, and deeds
3. The unselfishness and the watchful helpfulness
4. The knowledge. The intellect
5. The strength. Absolute altruism
Is there any similar equipment which proved to be effective in communication with discarnate spirits?
There is one spirit-detection device similar in the basic principle to the proposed spiritoscope here. It is described in ‘The Osbournes Want to Believe’ Mystery TV Series (2020– ), where Jack Osbourne watches paranormal videos with his skeptical parents Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne. In episode 8 of season 1, ‘Now You See It (Now You Don’t)’, Jack describes the most incredible paranormal experience in his life that happened at an old abandoned mental hospital in West Virginia (see the image and description below):
Jack Osbourne: We use this device called a REM pod. And a REM pod emits, like, an electromagnetic field, that if something that has an electromagnetic signature interferes with, it’ll beep. And we essentially had a conversation with whoever was in there, so…
Ozzy Osbourne: A beep for “yes” and beep-beep for “no”?
Jack Osbourne: It would just say nothing for ‘no’, but it would beep for ‘yes’.
Dean, is that you? [ device beeps ]
Do you know the people who killed you? [ device beeps ]
Do you get to move throughout this whole building? [ device beeps ]
It’s a fun toy, isn’t it? [ device beeps ]
Do you like us being here, Dean, having somebody to talk to and play with? [ device beeps ]
This is the craziest thing I’ve ever seen… Hands down.
The REM pod, or radiating electromagnetism pod, is different from other ghost-hunting tools in that it radiates its own electromagnetic field. Traditional EMF meters are tuned to detect the fields produced by flowing currents of electricity or radio frequencies. Because the REM pod radiates its own EM field, it can detect much more, which, in theory, makes it easier for spirits to use the device to communicate.
The REM pod can detect a difference in field strength whenever a conductive material enters into its EM field. The device’s telescoping antenna allows for 360-degree coverage, which means that it should pick up anything that moves in and out of its field, including spirit energy. When the device is triggered, one of its five colored LED lights illuminates.
An audible tone accompanies each of the lights — red, green, blue, yellow, and purple — to indicate the strength of the field disturbance.
The REM pod is a good alternative to paranormal researchers who have voiced their skepticism about the use of traditional EMF meters.
The practical implementation of the spiritoscope is described on our web page Spiritoscope. To know more about some inner qualities which are very beneficial for the operator of the spiritoscope, please read our web page Awestruck.