Sustained Electronic Spirit Communication (SESC)
A Unique Form of ITC Contact
In 2017, the SAS team started to experiment with a phonetic software program that opened up a whole new area of investigation techniques. This program, designed by Martin Bellefeuille, was made up of differently voiced bits of speech, phoneme and white noise and offered the group a chance to experiment with ITC, Instrumental TransCommunication, in an investigation setting. Different from Spirit Boxes and EVP, it had the promise of expanding how we tried to communicate with spirits. The thought was that if spirits could manipulate bits of radio broadcast like in a Spirit Box, maybe they could also manipulate the random sound bits and white noise generated by the software program thus creating words and sentences.
Progress was slow at the beginning and we would occasionally capture a random word or brief sentence. What we found interesting, in these early trials, was that the responses appeared to be intelligent replies to questions we would ask. We also noticed investigator's names were being called out and sentences were starting to come through that indicated the spirit speakers could see us and knew what we were doing.
In 2018 we started to occasionally capture full sentences that often referenced a question we asked or a topic we are exploring during a session. This didn't always happen, but when it did, the responses were pretty amazing.
2020 was a break through year with the program. A few SAS members came together to take a deeper dive into the program. Three years into using it, we better understood the program, established a better listening/ analysis protocols and experimented with some non-haunted locations sessions.
Through a lot of work and dedication, we were often able to achieve sustain contact and capture repeated replies that revolved around certain lines of questioning in historic locations. We found we could also get the same results during remote session done by members online. We believed at times, the same spirit would come through to relate a story of their life, a wrong done or just to talk. We have captured names and had conversations about historical subjects we have been able to verified through historical research. We were also surprised to get messages from those we believe are deceased relatives of SAS members.
In 2019 we started to experiment with different programs, portal type devices, custom built spirit boxes and video ITC techniques. These have all been interesting and at times we have gotten very good results, but we continue to get the most consistent and verifiable results from the original software we started with in 2017.
We have posted videos on our YouTube Channel showing evidence we have captured using this technique. We call this technique, "Sustained Electronic Spirit Communication" or "SESC." Since we have no other agenda, aside from sharing our evidence and experiences with other like minded paranormal enthusiast, we are open to sharing what we have learned, how we think the programs work and are willing to show evidence we have captured using this technique. The video below is from a 2020 investigation and gives you a taste of what we can capture using this method. Feel free to send us any questions you might have.
SESC EVIDENCE 2020
The video below is from a 2020 investigation of a historic hotel in Wisconsin. During this basement session, we asked questions about whether or not a woman had been hurt by others. We had been told by the owner that some believed that a woman had been murdered in this locations many years ago. The whole session was 15 minutes but we cut this video down to only show you the responses that answered direct questions. Some responses are repeated, but the clearer ones are not so we could keep the length of the video down. This is a good example of Sustained Electronic Spirit Communication where we make a connection that lasts for a while and seems to be a true back and forth communication between the spirits in the area and the investigators.