Join Entity Voices on Monday, July 12th at 9 pm Eastern and 6 pm Pacific time on KGRAdb.com as we invite Keith J Clark and Michael Lee from Varanormal on to the show. What is Varanormal you ask?
Varanormal is an online community created for the purpose of collection, organization, dissemination, preservation, and sharing of information and personal experiences related to Paranormal, Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC), Physical Mediumship, and any other interests that are considered mysterious in our universe! On the Research side the team's goal is to understand how communication is possible, how to improve it, and how to make it readily available to everyone, and this show will focus on some of their best captures!
The Varanormal Team currently consists of 12 people who contribute their personal time and professional expertise to explore the great unknown, as well as ensure that our most valuable asset - information....is always free and available to everyone. Collectively the team has more than 50 years of experience in ITC.
The Varanormal Forum is a place for everyone to network and collaborate on our collective experience and evolution. To learn together.
Varanormal has been focusing on the following subjects to help improve captures in the paranormal
Since 2019 Michael Lee has been experimenting with artificial intelligence, machine learning. He can describe how it started and how it has progressed.
In February 2021 Grant Reed published one of his first videos on using "Krisp" (artificial intelligence) in paranormal experiments
Since May Varanormal has been using Krisp on several live streams. Stream 10 is the strongest.
Faces in Sound and Software
In 2007 Keith asked the question: if we can hear spirit voices in sound, can we see them in sound? The answer was yes. This was published in AAEVP NewsJournal in 2007.
In 2018 free software called "Sonic Visualiser" made this process more accessible
In 2019 the first spirit faces appeared inside a computer experiment with no external input. The more this stream was focused on, the stronger the pictures became.
In 2019 Martin Bellefeuille donated "Spektrocom" software (which used Perlin Noise for random visual graphics) to the community.
In 2020 French ITC researcher Louis Garrigue created a live web-based software version of Perlin Noises: http://itc-station.org/perlin (load the setting "Keith" while using a Chrome browser)
**Continuing experiments indicate that when an experimenter regularly builds energy, or participates in a circle (seance) online, these voices and faces improve in quality, in real-time.
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