ATransC NewsJournals

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The ATransC NewsJournal Archive is below

Past ATransC NewsJournals are now available in the PDF archive below. There are a total of 129 quarterly newsletter beginning with Sarah Estep’s Spring 1982 issue (1-1). All of the 72 issues Sarah published up to Winter 2000 are now in the archive.

The Butler’s assumed leadership of the Association in 2000 and resumed publication of the newsletter with the Summer 2000 (19-2) issue.  The Spring 2014 (33-1) issue was the final ATransC NewsJournal and the 57th published  by the Butlers. All are in the archive.

You will see an evolution in quality and appearance in the publications as Sarah, and then the Butlers gained experience. You will also notice that spelling and sentence structure vastly improved when Loretta Woodward agreed to proofread the work.

The NewsJournals are shown as they were distributed to members. Please be mindful that most content is under the Creative Commons use license with the exception of work provided by members. Except for short quotes. it is best that you ask before use to be sure it is not protected by copyright.

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There is also a Spirit Voices gallery here.

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Spirit Voices

Published by Bill (Dutch) Weisensale
Between 1980 and 1995

About Dutch

The Spirit Voices Archive is below

Bill Weisensale, nicknamed “Dutch,” began taping in 1974 “To prove to myself that it can’t happen, and that EVP was no threat to our ‘comfortable’ material reality. Within a few months, I had done a complete about-face, and my life has never been the same since.”

In 1980, Dutch began publishing the newsletter he titled Spirit Voices. His purpose was to provide a forum to communicate EVP concepts to other experimenters. He understood the need to keep this information available in the public domain.

Spirit Voices is a technical EVP newsletter, and in it, you will find considerable historical background concerning what has been tried before and possible explanations about why EVP is the way it is.

Search Tool

Use the website  search tool in the top-right column to look for items on the website. In some instances, the search may turn up a newsletter. In that case, open the newsletter and use the PDF search tool to search the newsletter.

There is also a Spirit Voices gallery here.

Hint: Set your browser to Review PDF Files with the Browser, rather than Download.

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