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Compass and EMF Theory

Definition: This is basically the cheapest kind of EMF meter you will find.

 

The compass does not give readings in milligaus but it the needle points north due to the magnetic north pole. If you come across paranormal activity the compass may start to point in the direction in which the object is located in, which may not be north. That is why when using a compass it is important to know what direction north is. Also if the compass starts to spin around this may also be paranormal activity.

The use of a compass for ghost investigations dates back to at least the 1800's. It's one of the oldest paranormal investigation tools still used by paranormal investigators throughout the world today. With no batteries to be drained and no sensitive electronic circuits it remains a simple but highly effective tool.

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  external linkEMF Electro Magnetic Field changes for paranormal ghost spirit activity by Long Island Paranormal Investigators - Ghost Haunted Demonic Investigation Spirit Ghost Hunter New York NY

 

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