Scole is a village in Norfolk, England.
There a small group of people, Robin and Sandra Foy and
physical mediums Alan and Diana Bennett, produced brilliant
evidence for the afterlife. They also conducted other experiements
in England, the United States, Ireland, Spain and Italy.
the six years of the Scole experiments. the top afterlife
scientists in the UK, Europe and America witnessed amazing
the wonderful documentary by Tim Coleman you briefly see
a scene where Professor Arthur Ellison (pictured left) was
asked to reach out and touch a solid crystal. Then when
he tried to touch it again his hand went straight through
it. All of the scientists who actually
took part in the investigation and were convinced they were
dealing with the afterlife. The video is available for purchase
from Tim Coleman's website http://www.theafterlifeinvestigations.com/
where you can also see more extracts from the documentary.
The full video and interviews he filmed with the three
Scole investigators have been uploaded onto Youtube without
Tim Coleman's agreement.
In the United States sessions were also attended
by a number of scientists including a number of senior scientists
from the space agency NASA and others from the Institute
of Noetic Sciences near San Francisco as well as representatives
from Stanford University.
One critical thing that the reader is asked
to consider is that during these experiments, the ‘spirit
team’ working from the afterlife stated that it was
they who were causing the phenomena.
The Scole Report
A scientific report from the (British) Society
for Psychical Research is available which contains documents
all of the following phenomena. According to Montague Keen
speaking on behalf of three investigators who wrote the
report: ‘None of our critics has been able to point
to a single example of fraud or deception’ (Keen and
Voices, touch and materialization
The group began with two mediums delivering
messages from a non-physical group. Many of these messages
contained personal information that nobody else could have
Soon the messages came in the form of voices
which could be heard by all in the room. Many of the experimenters
experienced physical touch and the levitation of a table
took place. Then came the actual materialization of the
people and objects from the non-physical side.
More than fifty small objects were materialized
including: a silver necklace; a Churchill coin; a small
rose quartz crystal ball; a 1940 British penny; a 1928 one
franc piece token; a Silver charm of the 'Grim Reaper';
an original copy of Daily Mail dated 1st April 1944; an
original copy of Daily Express dated 28th May 1945 and many
Images imprinted on film and video
Interesting experiments were undertaken
with photography. Images were imprinted on unopened rolls
of film inside a locked box. These images included actual
photos of people and places, sometimes from the past, and
various obscure verses and drawings that took some effort
to identify. There were also pictures of other dimensions
and the beings that inhabit them. Eventually video cameras
were able to record disincarnate images.
One of the most spectacular phenomena of
the Scole Experiment was the materialised psychic lights
that whirled around the room performing various manoeuvres.
Occasionally, these lights would throw out beams, as well
as pass through solid objects. When they touched people,
there was a definite sensation, and when they entered a
person's body a healing.
The speed and the different configurations
and other phenomena performed behind the lights were just
overwhelming especially when all witnesses attested it was
impossible that the lights could have been in any way fraudulently
physically manipulated. All of these phenomena were accompanied
by sudden and dramatic drops in temperature.
This is how Piers Eggett, one of the eye
witnesses described the light:
This was a small ball of white light which
moved around the room in all directions, sometimes at great
speed, leaving a trail like a firework by persistence of
vision... At times the light hovered in mid-air, and then
touched some of the sitters, giving them a small electric
According to other eye witnesses the normally
single light point would:
• dart around at great speed and perform
elaborately patterned dances...including perfect, sustained
circles executed at high velocity and with a precision which
appeared inconsistent with physical manipulation
• settle on outstretched hands and
jump from one to the other
• enter a crystal and remain as a
small point of light moving around within the crystal
• strike the top of the table with
a sharp rap or the glass of the dome or dish with an appropriate
‘ping’ and do this repeatedly while remaining
visible as a sharp pinpoint of light
• respond to requests, such as alighting
on and irradiating parts of the witnesses' bodies
• move in time to tape-recorded music
• produce 'lightning flashes' in an
area of a large room some three to three and a half meters
distant from the group sitting round a table (in Spain)
• undertake several aerial 'bombing
raids' on the table top, hitting it very audibly and visibly,
and appearing to emerge from an area immediately below the
table (USA Los Angeles)
• change shape from a pinpoint of
light to a generalized irradiation
• move at very high speed describing
at times perfect geometric shapes within a foot or two of
visitors' faces, but without making any sound or creating
any perceptible air movement.
INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR
who talks about his experiences with the
paranormal and his experiences with the Scole experiments.
He mentions that the Society for Psychical Research has
had 12 Nobel Laureates as members.
INTERVIEW WITH MONTAGUE KEEN
INTERVIEW WITH RUPERT SHELDRAKE
A master magician’s testimony
Skeptics may argue that such effects could
be produced by stage magicians using long hollow strands
of fibreglass with laser lights projected through them.
This option was certainly considered by James Webster, a
professional stage-magician and former member of the Magic
Circle, who has more than fifty years experience in psychic
research. On three occasions he attended sittings with the
Scole group and published reports.
His conclusion was clearly set out in a
recent letter to the English newspaper, Psychic World (June
I discovered no signs of trickery, and in
my opinion such conjuring tricks were not possible, for
the type of phenomena witnessed, under the conditions applied….