COMMENTARY: KEEP AN OPEN MINDI receive a significant number of emails
from those who
accept the afterlife and ask me what to tell their
partners who do not accept the afterlife.
My suggestion is as follows:
1) Tell your partner that science does NOT support
the ‘beliefs’ in nothingness. Thousands
of books have been written about the afterlife –
many written by highly intelligent scientists –
BUT not one book has been written by any skeptic proving
that there is no afterlife.
2) Tell your partner they do NOT have to believe in
anything as long as they can keep an open mind.
3) Tell them that when they find themselves dead but
alive to look for someone that they know and trust
and to head toward the light- that there is nothing
to be afraid of.
4) Tell them that if they find themselves in a gray
world where people don't seem to be answering them
and they feel that a change has taken place to ask
for help and think about someone they love who has
5) Remind the skeptic partner that
no scientist, no skeptic, not materialist was able
to rebut the evidence for the existence of the afterlife.
And if he says he could, tell him Victor will gladly
hand over a million dollars to you if you could do
6) Finally, tell the partner, that the afterlife has
huge consequences and now is the time to do some reading
everyday to assess the information about the afterlife.
On several occasions sitting in materialization seances
with physical medium David Thompson we were privileged
to hear people (mostly males) come back to tell their
partners that they were wrong in thinking that there
was no afterlife and they had the biggest most pleasant
surprise to find that they were not dead.
But sadly those who have fixed ideas that there is
nothing, or that they will sleep for a thousand years,
may create a post-hypnotic suggestion and find exactly
what they expected.
So , critical, tell your partner to keep an open mind.
DR DEAN RADIN ON SCIENCE
I've said this before, but I guess it deserves repeating:
Should existing scientific models and theories, all
of which are tentative, determine whether basic research
should be conducted on phenomena reported throughout
the ages, and for which there is indeed valid scientific
evidence, if you bother to look for it? The answer
has to be yes, because otherwise science comes to
a screeching halt. By implicitly accepting a quasi-religious
faith that we already understand everything worth
knowing, science dies a slow death."
From Dean Radin's blog Entangled
Minds June 10 2009
REMOTE VIEWING EXPERIMENT THAT
WAS TOO SUCCESSFUL "
Much has been written about US intelligence services
conducting experiments into 'remote viewing' (the
respectable modern term for second-sight or clairvoyance)
but concrete facts have been thin on the ground. Now,
a detailed account of one such experiment, conducted
by Drs. Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ at Stanford Research
Institute in 1974, has been recently declassified
and released in sanitized form on the National Security
Agency website. The report makes interesting reading
for several reasons; first because it is so detailed
and second because its CIA author judged the experiment
to be unsuccessful from a military standpoint. Yet
in reality, the experiment was, if anything, too successful
for comfort and provoked a panic reaction from the
military authorities." Read
RUSSELL TARG- PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF REMOTE VIEWING-
...suffering comes from living a life in defence of
WHAT REALLY HAPPENS WHEN YOU DIE? Brilliant
American medium James Van Praagh mentions a transmission
from the afterlife by a victim of a hand grenade in
a front-line war situation.
“He is describing what it felt like when he
woke up. He says that after what seemed like a couple
of seconds, he came back to consciousness. He looked
around and noticed he felt very different, not as
fatigued as he had been. He saw a group of his buddies
standing in a circle screaming, but he couldn’t
hear the words until he moved in closer. They were
screaming out his name Mike, Mike! He answered, but
they could not hear him. He walked over to the circle
and noticed they were looking down at the remaining
pieces of a human carcass. Suddenly, he had a very
strong and eerie sensation through his body. He looked
down at the dog tags his platoon buddy was holding.
He saw his name on them … He says he was a bit
confused but realized the must be dead. He is describing
a very strong sensation of peace and calmness …”
MOST FASCINATING EXPERIENCE: COULD THIS HAPPEN TO
A spirit – in the afterlife - denies he
is dead. He thinks he is still living upon physical
earth! It could happen to those closed minded skeptics,
but It will NOT happen to you if you are reading this
report and if you regularly read afterlife literature
with an open mind.
American Lawyer Edwin C. Randall reported the conversation
in his brilliant book The French Connection
A Spirit- speaking through medium Emily French said:
, “How can I be dead if I am talking to you?”
After a discussion with him, the spirit realizes where
he is – that he IS physically dead and is in
I highly recommend this book – there are dozens
and dozens of incidents about the afterlife related
to us by Edward C Randall. Book published by Morris
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LISA WILLIAMS- KIDS WITH GIFTS Lisa
Williams has put together a great page for children
who are psychically aware...Lisa writes..
" When I was younger, I discovered I could see
things and hear things that no one else could. For
me it was normal, but to everyone else it was strange.
Then it started
to scare me, and I thought I was the odd one out.
Actually I wasn't, there were others like me. I was
not alone, but I felt like no one understood me.
That was over 20 years ago. Now it's
my job to hear and see things that no one else does.
I talk to people who are no longer alive. I call them
spirits. I help people who are ill with my hands.
I heal them.
It helps so many people to know that their friends
and family who died are around, but they are just
in a different place. Some people call it Heaven.
But it's a place so peaceful and calm. A place where
there is understanding and love.
My name is Lisa Williams, and I want
to help you understand a side of life you don't learn
at school. Part of life that you may not want to discuss
with your friends, teachers or family members. "
covers many different types of psychic phenomena.
The most common nowadays is mental mediumship where
the medium communicates through inner vision or knowing,
clairaudience, automatic writing and automatic speech.
Below John Edward talks about mental mediumship and
how he received impressions.
JOHN EDWARD INTERVIEW
COLIN FRY - TRANCE
MEDIUMSHIP Trance mediumship occurs
when the medium becomes unconscious and a completely
different entity takes over the medium's body temporarily.
In this video a young Colin Fry is taken over by his
PROFESSOR JAN VAN DE SLADE Jan W. Vandersande Ph.D.,
talks about some of the best evidence for life after
death. He has based this evidence on his own experiences
which include sittings with trance mediums and channelers,
and also sitting quite regularly over an eight year
period in a circle in which he witnessed physical
phenomena such as trumpets flying around the séance
room, direct voice and ectoplasm. All his experiences
are described in detail. (26 minutes) Jan 13, 2009
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WHO IS KEN WILBER? Ken
Wilber is the most widely translated academic writer
in America, with 25 books translated into some 30
foreign languages, and is the first philosopher-psychologist
to have his Collected Works published while still
alive. Wilber is an internationally acknowledged leader
and the preeminent scholar of the Integral stage of
human development, which continues to gather momentum
around the world. His many books, all of which are
still in print, include Integral Spirituality; No
Boundary; Grace and Grit; Sex, Ecology, Spirituality;
and the "everything" books: A Brief History
of Everything (one of his largest selling books) and
A Theory of Everything (probably the shortest introduction
to his work). Ken Wilber is the founder of Integral
Institute, Inc., the co-founder of Integral Life,
Inc., and the Senior Fellow of Integral Life Spiritual
THE THREE FACES OF GOD This
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" According to Wilber, to bring about a complete
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Some people believe there is a hell and some people
don’t believe there is a ‘hell.’
What does your research show Victor?
Victor: This is a very popular question.
Consistently, highly reliable information from the
afterlife tells us that in the afterlife there are
different realms, vibrating from the lowest to the
highest. The lowest vibrating realm is regarded as
‘hell’ – a nasty place of darkness
and aggression. My authority for hell comes directly
from an intelligence from the afterlife – Mons
Hugh Benson, former Catholic priest who has transmitted
highly reliable information: “ …It is
not a pleasant subject, but I have been advised that
the facts should be given, not with the intention
of frightening people- that is not the spirit world’s
methods or aims- but to show that such places exist
solely by virtue of an inexorable law, the law of
cause and effect, the spiritual reaping that succeeds
the earthly sowing; to show that to escape moral justice
upon the earth-plane is to find strict and unrelenting
justice in the spirit world.” See Anthony Borgia’s
LIFE IN THE UNSEEN WORLD chptr 6 The Lowest Realms.
QUESTION: Do you think that the acceptance of the
afterlife is directly related to a developed intelligence?
Victor: the evidence shows that some of the
most brilliant scientists accepted the existence of
the afterlife after investigating the afterlife. But
there are other materialist scientists and other intelligent
people who do not believe in the afterlife. There
are others on the other extreme – the mentally
underdeveloped – those who accept and others
who do not accept the afterlife. The ability to accept
the afterlife is not dependent on intelligence but
upon - possibly -spiritual development of the individual.
There are those who are born with the acceptance of
the afterlife without anyone telling them about it.
That comes about because of the individual’s
understanding of and his/her past experiences in a
SUICIDE: My 16 year old son died of an overdose of
drugs. I think it was an accident but some who knew
him are spreading the rumor that he committed suicide.
That worries me greatly because I was brought up with
a religion that anyone who suicides goes to hell.
Any advice on this very disturbing situation?
First, if your son died of an accident, that would
be taken into consideration. With absolute certainty,
the afterlife justice is guaranteed. If it was an
accident, he would have been met by those who are
specialists in handling such matters and would counsel
him. If he committed suicide, again, the motivation
for suicide would be critical. For example, if he
committed suicide because he had problems on earth
and he could not face the serious problems, he too
would be welcomed by those experts in counseling and
will be looked after. Guaranteed, no one goes to hell
for eternity for suicide- or for anything else.
A highly recommended book for you to read would be
John Klimo's Suicide and the Soul- Drawing
on communications from the spirits of more than 100
'successful' suicides.the book covers a wide range
of topics, including why people commit suicide, what
it is like to cross over, adjustment problems, what
suicides would say to those left behind, and what
they would tell others thinking of taking their own
on Google Books...
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we are not in a position to guarantee what is published
is to be the absolute truth. We accept the imputed
claim that the afterlife and paranormal research done
by the researchers is done in good faith.