Victor and Wendy Zammit
A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife


An answer to Helen's question (from last week).

"Hi Victor, I think I may have mentioned that my husband is a physicist and has much scepticism around evidence of the afterlife. He did ask a question, I don't know where to find the answer. He asked: "When an afterlife presence visits (this dimension) what's the frequency, velocity and wave length of this presence?" Any idea where I could get some answers? Ideally from a physicist. Helen


I'm not specifically a "physicist" but I studied physics as part of my engineering courses at school and at university.

Unfortunately, the physics currently taught has some serious "holes" (and I don't mean missing electrons). Even Einstein professed serious doubts about his own theories, and with good reason.

So, in order to understand the nature of a "presence", one must first accept that the "aether" really does exist, and that the nature of a "presence" is that of spinning vortexes (vortices) of "aether". I would add that this fact applies to ALL matter, too.

For a better understanding, I recommend reading "The Vortex Theory" by David Ash.

In addition, please read these:
"Universities Asleep at the Switch" by Richard Fitzpatrick


"Phase Symmetry" by Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr.

Once you have a basic understanding of the real nature of the universe, you'll begin to see why the question has no simple answer in terms of conventional physics.

Martin T. Pickering, B. Eng.