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Wind Phones: The New Way To Connect with the Dead

PBS Voices | April 2, 2024
Wind Phones: The New Way To Connect with the Dead

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  1. @LegoCookieDoggie

    April 2, 2024 at 7:24 pm

    You should look up “godphones” and “spiritphones” they are such good terms that only have been deemed occult by mainstream but help me keep in touch or explain keeping in touch with the unseen!!!

  2. @safaiaryu12

    April 2, 2024 at 7:24 pm

    Weirdly, I think I wouldn't make good use of a wind phone because I'd feel super self-conscious. Like, something about this really strongly activates the "imaginary audience" feeling, which isn't as strong when visiting a grave or just speaking to the departed more impulsively. I guess because a wind phone is essentially staged? Basically, if anyone saw you using a wind phone, they know exactly what you're doing (and may judge you) versus standing at a grave, you may not necessarily be talking to the dead. 😅

  3. @BeatrixTomomizu

    April 2, 2024 at 7:24 pm

    … Whatever helps you move forward is a win in my book~ (as long as you don't hurt others for that)
    And yeah. Grieve can take quite a time.
    When my greatgrandma died (I really loved her and had her quite a good time in my life) I wasn't able to cry and it really bothered me. I felt like I wouldn't grieve "the right way". But like 10 years later as I talked with my mother about her it all came up and my mom consoled me. That moment I finally felt a kind of relieve. And I still love to remember her. She was a great woman and a decent singer. Even if she didn't like us playing gameboy, it was always nice visiting. She was the endboss in checkers. Not even my grandma could beat her in that game. And I was never able to beat my grandma xD
    And other little stuff. It's nice to have a place to go and let them know your still kicking and doing your best, even if your not that religious xD
    So I would like to have a phone at a real quiet place to call her and just tell her about the stuff going on and that I treasure the time we had and that I'm thankful she was part of my life for I think 10 long years was it.

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