Post by chriscook71 on Jul 7, 2009 21:20:55 GMT -5
Have any of you guys tried the cross talk software? It's supposed to be an ovilus type emulator for your computer. It's software that you download for $18.00, and I'm curious to see if any of you guys have experimented with it?
I don't know yet how well it works, have only toyed with it briefly. But, it's interesting. Don't buy it on my account, I seriously have no idea what to think about it yet. But, if you do get it, post your results here and I will do the same.
Post by lowbattery71 on Jan 3, 2010 10:46:52 GMT -5
One quick question I have is how is a spirit or ghost supposed to understand how to manipulate a computer or any of the other various things out there (ie. the puck, ovilus, Frank's Box, Shack Hacks, etc...)? It's a good assumption that if a person doesn't speak French and they fly to Paris, they aren't going to be able to speak French just because they are in France. How would a spirit know how to make each of those machines work just because they are a spirit and it's a machine that is supposedly designed to allow them to communicate? I doubt highly that there is some great understanding of all that takes place after death.
DO NOT BUY THIS SOFTWARE!! It is available 100% free on the internet already and is NOT called cross talk. I dont mean you can pirate this software either, it is legit freeware and the only thing these guys are selling is a manual they wrote on how to use the software, which again is information readily available on the internet. The software that comes with this purchase is called EVP maker, look it up, download it, its free. The other file included is the speak jet allophones wav file. Look it up as well, it is also free. the file is named SpeakJetAllophones.wav
The guide they sell with this is very short, basic directions on how to use the program, you do not even need a guide to use it. It is a scam!!!
Besides, you gotta remember, your computer isnt designed to read EMF and such things like an Ovilus and such is, so this program isnt really that useful anyway.