Real EVP & Spiritual Issues with Paranormal Investigation

December 15, 2023


The clip below features short but very clear EVP.  While I know that a lot of people investigate the paranormal with the best of intentions, I think it's important to note that it can be spiritually risky.

Some investigators simply record EVPs and analyze the noise. Most talk to the spirits like I'm doing here. While this is not necessarily necromancy in and of itself, it can lead to it 

The word necromancy is adapted from Late Latin necromantia: a loan word from the post-Classical Greek νεκρομαντεία (nekromanteía), a compound of Ancient Greek νεκρός (nekrós, or 'dead body') and μαντεία (manteía, or 'divination'). (Wikipedia)

For a long time, based partially on my experience as an evangelical, I thought necromancy was any communication with the dead. But that is not the case. Necromancy is communication for the express purpose of divination (or IMO obtaining general information about the unknown).

This is problem because, as Christians, we should be turning to God, our guardian angel, or other Church approved sources for guidance. While calling open spirits, indiscrimately, is not a good idea I think that paranormal investigation done right is probably okay.

I talk about this more in my upcoming book, The Spirit Dream. But I wanted to share the recording here, so readers will have an idea of what I was hearing.

For more on this topic please check out my upcoing ebook The Spirit Dream (book updates via my elist)

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