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Faces in Reflected Light


Visual ITC can be encountered in many different ways. The common denominator is the availability of chaotic light somewhere in the field of view of a camera. For instance, the video feedback loop is used as a chaotic light generator. As you will see below, light reflected from many different surfaces is also chaotic, and when closely examined in photographs, may support phenomenal images.


Please not that the examples shown here have been enhanced to make them more evident. In most instances, this form of ITC produces less well developed features than does the video feedback technique.

If you are tempted to discount the examples on this page as tricks of photograph editing software, we suggest that you try to collect a few examples for yourself. We would not dream of showing any enhanced examples if it were not for our confidence that you can easily prove the validity of what we are saying.


©Arthur Soesman - All Rights Reserved

This example was collected by Arthur Soesman using what is sometimes referred to as the Arthur Soesman method. It is illustrated in the accompanying picture (right). In this technique, the bottle is partially filled with liquid and then agitated while a  picture is taken of the surface of the water.

In the picture at the left, you can see the face of a man inside of the red square.

The picture at the right was taken by James Jones. It is of a turned off television screen that has light from the room reflected from its surface. Turned off television screens provide excellent texture for visual ITC.

The small white arrow in the picture is pointing to a brighter area, which has been cropped and enlarged as you see in the two versions of the cropped area at the left.

As with the other examples, the picture at the left has obviously been greatly enhanced to emphasize the phenomenal feature. This enhancement consisted of selectively blurring the background, as you can see by comparing the two pictures at the left, and changing the intensity and contrast. None of the facial features were changed, other than through the above technique.

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Examples of TransCommunication

Audio ITC Examples

Electronic Voice Phenomena - Index

EVP by Bill Weber

EVP by Carol Baron-Karajohn

EVP by Debra Ann

EVP by Tom and Lisa Butler

EVP examples used for Forever Family


EVP recorded at Cal Neva

EVP recorded by Karen Mossey

EVP recorded by Linda Williamson

EVP recorded by Martha Copeland

EVP recorded by Sarah Estep

EVP recorded by Tina Laurent

Sarah Estep speaking recorded by Sonia


synthesized voice EVP - Index

Synthesized voice EVP by Margaret


Transcommunication Via Telephone

      Calls  (Updated 12-12-2013)


Visual ITC Examples

Butler visual ITC gallery 1

Butler visual ITC gallery 2

Butler visual ITC gallery 3

Babcock’s Photographic ITCSmall New

Face on TV screen

Face on wall

Faces in light reflected from crystals

Phenomenal faces in moving water

Phenomenal faces in reflected light

Phyllis and Paulo ITC

The ITC of Diana and Alan Bennett

More ITC from Diana and Alan Bennett

Video ITC

Visual ITC - photography


Other Examples


String of pearls orbs

Used at the 2006 AA-EVP conference


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Articles: Lary Dean ITC

Articles: Reunions-Sonia Rinaldi and

      Telephone ITC

Circles: Konstantin Raudive speaks via

      David Thompson

Circles: Konstantin Raudive's Secret


Circles: Martha Copeland's George

      Wynne EVP

Circles: Reunions-Skip Walton

Circles: Reunions-Teri Daner's Geoff

Circles: Sitting with Hoyt Robinette 2010

Journal: EVP Online Listening Trials


Journal: Image analysis for Benedicte

Journal: Perception of Visual ITC Images

Journal: Radio Sweep: A case Study

Resources: Pictures used in No Dead

Technique: Moving water for Visual ITC

Technique: Video ITC Recording


 Visual ITC image of man with dog



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