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A transition from astral projector to ITC inventor


Michael Lee

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For many years, I've seen myself as one of those special people who can visit the spirit realms at night during my dreams. So special, that frankly, no one, besides myself, really cares. I could tell you any of the adventures I've had and you'd either think I was going crazy or I was already there. 

You see, it's one thing to report to what I'm seeing and hearing and it's another to see it and hear it yourself. Years ago, I dreamt about researchers somehow tapping into my brain while I was projecting, so they could record my view.

I've known about ITC for over a decade, but thought it was outside of my expertise. I'm really good with computer programming, but my electronics skills were "shockingly" bad. I always thought ITC was about making fancy electronic devices that somehow picked up the spirit ether. Thanks to random YouTube videos I cam across in 2018, I realized that ordinary electronics could be used just as well. At first, I followed the strategies of the tried and true like software Ghost Boxes, but realized I could do better, a lot better.

The principle behind a ghost box, is a fast scan through radio stations with intermittent sound and silence. Spirits are somehow able to amplify bits and pieces of the audio and extend them into the silence. The one thing I didn't like about this setup, is that the source audio (radio clips) was unpredictable and unknown. I wanted to know what was real and what was supposedly "spirit."

Thus, I developed my first invention, which I'll describe in my next post. Hint: it resembles EVP maker, but once again, it's more predictable and more known. No randomness. Let the spirits do that 🙂

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  • iDigitalMedium Research Team

You're talking about your latest FPGA project?

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