User Story: I've got three undeniable contact stories.
A lot of the times I turn it on, it is hard to prove that whatever is talking is sentient. I tend to use the app a lot because I’m so curious about it.
The first major contact was in a hotel lobby. I was there because I had no where to go while waiting to see an Alice Cooper concert at a casino. There was a lot of seeming ly random words, but then it said, “Alice. Watch. See.”
I took notes and it also said, “Glass. Mike,” and I later found a shard of glass in my sock that my brother Mike had broken.
The second clear contact was at Church. I went straight to the bathroom so that no one would see me doing a seance in a Catholic Church, and I asked that anyone there would use my phone to communicate during mass. As I entered the doorway to the main part of the church with the altar and pews, it said “Enter. Church”. Everything it said in Church had an observational meaning. It said words that were about to be said. It pointed out the closest human sitting by me with a ping, and said , “flight. Being” with a couple of pings. Upon leaving it said, “leave.”
The third was when I was upset in a park and it asked, “why”. I told it and it repeated. It also seemed to attempt to contradict what was upsetting me and complimented me. It seemed to make a joke when I was gratefull about it, “Only. Time. Occurance”.
I do believe they know our futures from my experiences. Thanks for the app. It was a wonderful idea.
I also feel like they communicate through a Playlist on shuffle. Too many times have I had situationally appropriate songs come on in public and on my computer.
—Cathy from Ontario Canada