ATDD Teddy Bear
The ADTT teddy bear detects hot and cold spots with lights and audible alerts but more importantly it is also a great tool for spirit communication.
HOW IT CAN BE USED TO COMMUNICATE WITH SPIRITS WITH THIS
ATDD ambient temperature deviation device is a very simple circuit and easily manipulated by spirits. The lights and the sounds work simultaneously so one cannot work without the other when it’s initialized. What we have found after using the device for two years in various pieces of equipment and in standalone versions is that spirits are able to make the lights come on and off in different color combinations as well as make the sounds or lights come on independently which is technically impossible because of the way the circuit board is wired. We will often get spirits trying to interact on other piece of equipment like a REM pod or other trigger prop and then they will default to an ATDD because it takes much less energy for them to do thisThe New Attd Teddy Contains A Genuine Atdd, The Same Atdd Located In Your Mel-Rem-ATDD Meters
The ATDD Teddy is designed specifically to monitor and detect a +5 deg. / -5 deg. ambient temperature (deviation) change that occurs within an environment. When a temperature shift does occur, the device will react quickly and produce a unique, one octave “step” tone for each individual degree change. Incremental “+” changes have a higher pitch while descending “-” temperature drops have a lower pitch. This allows the paranormal investigator to “hear” and validate any temperature change around the device from up to 50′ away (line of sight).
This device can also help investigators become more efficient and thorough by helping to monitor remote unattended areas throughout a house or building during an investigation and help direct attention to an area that may have paranormal activity. In addition, the ATDD device utilizes RED LEDs for a “+” temperature change and BLUE LEDs for a “-” change.
A single multi-purpose push button is used to “Tare” the circuit and mute the sound in any of the three configurations.