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Ghost Hunting Equipment: EMF Detectors and Ghosts

Updated on January 15, 2013

EMF Detectors

The K-II Meter
The K-II Meter | Source


Electromagnetic fields (EMF) play an important role in paranormal activity. Ghosts and EMF have a strong relationship with each other. Since everything in our world is made up of either matter or energy, that means any kind of paranormal activity involves energy. Everything is energy, and whenever paranormal activity happens, there is an increase in Electromagnetic fields.

The belief is that ghosts are made up of Electromagnetic fields. If you take a look at the first law of thermodynamics, it states that “Energy is neither created nor destroyed.” Everything and everyone is a mass of energy. In fact, humans give off the most amount of EMF’s. One human body has enough energy in his/her body to light up an entire city for a full week. If that’s true, then ghosts are able to get their energy from humans and send out Electromagnetic fields. Paranormal activity acts up, EMF go out, but then available energy use goes down.

Ghosts can get their energy from any kind of electromagnetic source. They can get it from batteries, generators, motors, electric currents, electric fields etc. It is like a ghosts form of nutrition and nourishment. That’s why you should have a set of fully charge batteries with you in all of your equipment. If your equipment suddenly goes out, chances are that a ghost is using the batteries for energy to communicate. Like I was saying before though, humans are the main source. Did you know that scientists have proven that your heart gives off an electromagnetic field 5,000 times more powerful then your mind does? I think we can agree that those statistics are phenomenal and should prove that humans are indeed a significant source of energy.

Zak Bagans stated in his book “Dark Worlds” that there are four fundamental interactions of particles in nature. Gravity, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, and electromagnetism. Out of these four, nothing affects human existence more then electromagnetism. This means that ghosts can gather up this energy from humans and send it out. That’s how you get spikes on your EMF detectors. However, it’s important to know that high EMF can affect your perception and cause fear and nausea which is common. Having an EMF detector in hand can help debunk that quickly.

Cell Sensor is a good one for beginners and it’s cheap. There's a switch that measures spirit energy and one that measures electrical energy so you don't get the two mixed up. K-II meters are great as well. You don’t need batteries for it, you can just turn it on and start investigating. With this one though, you have to make sure that what you’re getting is paranormal because it can pick up on other power sources. If you do get something, move the K-II meter around to make sure it wasn’t any kind of electrical source. Usually, this can be debunked through asking questions. If it responds to questions and then it stops because you stopped asking questions, then it’s likely that you were communicating with a ghost. The Mel Meter is a great tool as well. Not only does it measure EMF, it also measures temperature as well and has an infrared flashlight. You also need to make sure EMF spikes don't come from electrical sources with the Mel Meter. Three in one is a pretty good deal and can save you some money. The Rem-Pod's are a great EMF detector as well, but more expensive. In order for it to go off, a spirit has to literally be next to the antenna. The buzzing sound indicates some form of energy has gotten near it.

EMF play a crucial role in paranormal investigating. There is a consistent relationship between ghosts and EMF. Just about every time paranormal activity occurs, EMF goes up. Stay aware and be on the look out in your next ghost hunt.


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    • manofmystery24 profile image

      manofmystery24 4 years ago

      Yes, but the EMF detectors aren't designed to be picked up on humans.

    • ikepius profile image

      @ikepius 4 years ago from Twittosphere: @ikepius

      Reasonably, EMF detectors should spot humans too because humans the same energy, no?

    • manofmystery24 profile image

      manofmystery24 5 years ago

      Thank you both for your comments!

    • Gypsy Rose Lee profile image

      Gypsy Rose Lee 5 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Thanks for sharing this interesting and informative hub. A really fascinating read.

    • cryptid profile image

      cryptid 5 years ago from Earth

      Interesting Hub. While I think there may be a bit more to the EMF thing, it does stand to reason that ghosts must be made of something, or at least have some force governing them.