Ethereal Wave Journal


Each issue contains the current state of my research in the field of instrumental transcommunication (abbreviated ITC), as well as my insights and conclusions gained from this research.

How to get the journal

The Ethereal Wave is published exclusively in electronic form, as a PDF document, for download. Use the menu on the left to the download archive, where all issues published so far can be downloaded. Each issue contains an accompanying archive in zip-format, which contains sound and video examples which are referenced in the respective issue.


The journal The Etheral Wave is provided for free.

Frequency of issues

I had originally planned to publish the journal about twice a year. While I still like the idea, the amount of work involved in preparation, writing articles, collecting pictures and graphics, and proofreading is too much. So there was only one issue and there won't be any more.

ITC Software

I also write software applications for instrumental transcommunication. My preferred platform for this is Javascript and HTML incorporating the stunning features of the P5.JS Javascript library, which provides a wealth of very usable multimedia functions. One advantage of these applications is that they basically run in any browser, which means that they do not require any installation. Nevertheless they can run locally on any computer, because Javascript is a client-side programming language. . But there are also a few applications that run directly in Windows. I try to provide a description in english and german for each application and also an and also a video tutorial in both languages, if my time allows it.

The Juergenson Wave application

Juergenson Wave

This application is a browser application and works on the principle of "voice scrambling". For this purpose a direct audio source or an audio file is divided into phonemes according to a random pattern in the speech rhythm..


A visual ITC application that substracts frames from a webcam from each other to reveal spirit manifestations.