According to Mark Macy, a leading researcher
in this area, throughout the 1990's the research laboratories
in Europe received extended, two-way communication with
spirit colleagues almost daily through telephone answering
machines, radios and computer printouts.
He writes "As a result, for the first time in history,
we have been shown direct physical evidence of what life
is really like after we shed the physical body."
In this video Mark Macy explains how he first got involved.
There have been many reports of people answering
the telephone and hearing the voice of someone they know
has died. Others have received calls from a dead person
and found out later the caller had died before the call
was made. Parapsychologist Scott Rogo and Raymond Bayliss
spent two years investigating and wrote a book "Phone
Calls from the Dead" about them in 1979. During a period of several weeks in 1994 five American
ITC researchers received phone calls from fellow researcher
Konstantin Raudive who died in 1974. These were George Meek,
Mark Macy, Sarah Estep, Dr Walter Uphoff and Hans Heckmann
(a close friend and colleague of George Meek). In each case
the phone call mentioned the previous phone calls.
A number of researchers began to question the phone contacts,
suggesting that they might be a hoax. But then German ITC
Adolf Homes, received a text file on his computer in Germany
giving details of the phone calls. His computer was not
connected to the internet and the message simply appeared
on the screen. The message said other successful contacts
had been made to China and Japan by telephone and fax. Read
more on Mark Macy's World
ITC website (click on Mark Macy and Konstantin Raudive
in telephone.. on the right hand side of the page).
The calls have continued since then and
one two-way taped conversation in 1996 between Dr Konstantin
Raudive and Mark Macy lasted for thirteen minutes.
ERNST SENKOWSKI has been investigating
the field of Instrumental Transcommunication
since 1974. A professional physicist,
Dr Senkowski was a scientific research fellow at the Institute
of Physics at the Mayence university and UNESCO expert for
physics at the National Research Center of Cairo, Egypt.His bookInstrumental Transcommunication
( on World ITC
a detailed scientific investigation of this exciting method
of communicating with the afterlife without the need for
Here he talks about the danger of the 'chronovisor'.
According to Mark Macy’s World ITC
scientists working for the International Network for Instrumental
Transcommunication (INIT) received from the afterlife:
• pictures of people and places in
the afterlife on television that either appeared clearly
on the screen and remained for at least several frames,
or which built up steadily into a reasonably clear picture
over multiple frames
• text and/or picture files from people
in the afterlife which appeared in computer memory or were
planted on disk or similar recordable media
• text and/or images of people and
places in the afterlife by way of fax messages.
Such contacts, which were received by European
experimenters over a 10-year period and by researchers worldwide
from 1995 through 1997, gave us a clear picture of life
The Brazilian team
One of the leading researchers in this field
today is Sonia Rinaldi who leads the biggest ITC-association
in Brazil, with nearly 700 members. She recently announced
new contacts received via computer, answering machine, telephone
and video camera.
At public meetings in Brazil and in the
United States large numbers of members and visitors were
able to receive direct answers from loved ones in the spirit
Sonia has discussed these findings on a number of television
programs in Brazil.
Her work is based on scientific control
and her site contains scientific declarations issued by
the most respected University in Brazil, Universidade de
Marcello Bacci’s Voices
Marcello Bacci in Grosseto Italy is another
leading researcher into Instrumental Transcommunication.
For 35 years he has been receiving paranormal voices on
a regular basis in his laboratory.
Bacci uses an old valve radio tuned to white
noise in the short wave band. Clear voices can be heard
which answer questions. For many years, he has been holding
sessions on Friday nights with parents who have lost deceased
sons or daughters who claim to be able to hear the voices
of their deceased children. Many books have already been
written about his work, and Bacci today continues his research
using his old valve radio.
Many researchers have visited Bacci’s
laboratory to test the phenomenon of the Bacci voices. Physicist
Prof. Salvatore Mario Festa, worked with Bacci analyzing
the voices every week for six years. Here is part of a report
he wrote for world ITC:
"Professional independent researchers,
such as Daniele Gullà, Dr. Marabini, Paolo Presi
among others have investigated the voices and analyzed them
using the most sophisticated electronic equipment." You
can read the full report here:
International Conferences on ITC
The First International Conference on "Current
Research into Survival of Physical Death, with Special Reference
to Instrumental Transcommunication", was held by the
ITC Journal in Vigo, Spain in April 2004. The Proceedings
are available in the form of a soft-covered book of 192
pages, and contain copies of all the 14 papers delivered
at the Conference. The papers are in either English or Spanish
(with one paper in French). Other international conferences