We live in a funny old world where everything appears to be upside down, and many people seem to be confusing the issue by adopting practices that take them away from their specific goals, not towards them.
Michael Ellner was absolutely spot on with his perception of the world when he said:
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.”
Lately, we have looked at ways to aid people who are using the Echovox System, on their hand-held devices. We have looked at the crucial areas to focus on, and the majority are satisfied that the software is gaining results worth looking into.
The feedback I’m receiving internationally, here at Haunted Scotland, would suggest the device is used by three main groups of people.
So you have the application on your Smart-Phone or PC Tablet and you are ready to rock and roll on location. However, how do you begin you may wonder, and what is the best way to conduct such sessions to get maximum possibility of results.
Like anything in the paranormal world, results are never guaranteed and when they are forthcoming, people rarely agree that such are significant enough.
In yesterdays short article named Does Echovox Work, we spoke about how this application was different from the ghostly fun on android or Iphone applications, that may be purchased through places such as Google Play.
I reassured everyone that we have a good working device that may be used by any researcher or member of the public, with an interest in this type of study.
Members of the paranormal research field get a hard time from many quarters, whether it be about finding extraordinary evidence, which I have shown to be irrational, or due to individuals who are using the field to propel media careers, while they attack all and sundry to reach that goal.
I have also discovered that location owners, or curators, may in fact be playing games also, to boost their own work and place teams against each other with behind-back whispers, or even trying to catch out mediumistic researchers with false information.