by Dr. Mark Macy
In 1901, US ethnologist Waldemar Bogoras
traveled to Siberia to visit a shaman of the Tchouktchi tribe. He
brought along one of the earliest recording devices ever made. In a
darkened room, he observed a spirit conjuring ritual. The
beat a drum more and more rapidly, putting himself in a trance.
Startled, Bogoras heard strange voices filling the room.
The voices seemed to come from all
corners and spoke English and Russian. It was the first known case
in which spirit voices were caught in a recording.
Fifty years later, after World War II, audiotaping became popular
for the first time. People would tape music, conversations, or
nature sounds, and sometimes when they played it back they’d hear
short, faint voices on tape—voices that by all rational thought
should not have been there. For the next 30 years, more and more
people around the world began collecting the voices and studying
them—all part of what came to be called the “electronic voice
phenomenon,” or EVP.
One of the most famous EVP pioneers was
a Latvian psychologist named Konstantin Raudive, who gathered more
than 70,000 of the voices on tape, many under strict laboratory
conditions, and wrote a book called “Breakthrough” before his death
in 1974. Then he began to contact many researchers from the other
side; he said it was his calling to continue this work after his
death. Talk about job security!
Then the late 1970s brought a significant breakthrough.
spiritual researcher George Meek met a psychically gifted man,
William O'Neil, who could see and hear spirits. Meek provided
funding and direction for a ground-breaking project of advanced
spirit communication, and O'Neil provided the necessary psychic
skills and electronics know-how.
O'Neil attracted several invisible
friends into the project, including the spirit of Dr George Jeffries
Mueller, a deceased physics professor and project leader for Northrup and other high-tech companies before he died in 1967.
Mueller simply appeared in O'Neil's living room one day as a
semi-materialized spirit and announced that he was there to assist
in the project of Meek and O'Neil. It became a rather astonishing
collaboration between dimensions: Doc Mueller in spirit helping Bill
O'Neil on Earth design a new piece of electromagnetic equipment that
would convert spirit voices (or thoughts?) into audible voices.
Appropriately christened Spiricom, the
new device was a set of tone generators and frequency generators
that emitted 13 tones spanning the range of the adult male voice.
Over the course of two years Meek and O'Neil catalogued more than 20
hours of dialog with their spirit colleague Doc Mueller.
ushered in a new phase of spirit communication called ITC, or
Instrumental Transcommunication, which involved more meaningful
contacts through various kinds of technical equipment.
In the mid 1980s several ITC researchers in Europe began to get
spectacular contacts through TVs, radios, and telephones, most
notably Maggy Harsch-Fischbach of Luxembourg, who along with her
husband Jules Harsch made contact with an angel in 1985.
high-pitched, computer-like voice started coming through their
radios to facilitate their experiments and to share amazing insights
with the couple. The entity eventually identified itself
as an ethereal being who wasn’t human or animal, had no gender, and
was never in a physical body.
“I’m not energy or light being. You
are familiar with the picture of two children walking across a
bridge, and behind them is a being who protects them. That’s
what I am to you, but without the wings. You can call me
Technician, since that is my role in opening up this
communication bridge. I am assigned to Planet Earth.”
Thanks to the angel Technician, the
small flat of the Harsch-Fischbach couple became a place of
miracles, as visiting scientists and reporters saw spirit-world
images flash across the TV screen and heard long discourses by
various deceased personalities through radio sounds.
The spirit of
Nelson D. Rockefeller told visiting researchers George Meek
(mentioned earlier) and German physicist Ernst Senkowski,
“The Mahatmas are a reality.”
Nineteenth-Century chemist Henri Ste.
Claire de Ville told them,
“It is our job and yours to set fire
to minds—to set fire to minds in your world, and in that moment
to try to master time.”
By the early 1990s ITC was steaming
ahead, and that’s when I climbed aboard. I befriended George Meek
during a chance meeting at a New Sciences conference in Colorado in
1992, was overwhelmed by his research, and soon became a close
friend and colleague. He introduced me to the Harsch-Fischbach
couple in Luxembourg, who also became friends and colleagues of
During one visit with them in 1994,
along with two other American colleagues, spirit friend Konstantin Raudive told us in English, through the radios,
“It can only work when the
vibrations of those present are in complete harmony and when
their aims and intentions are pure.”
He went on to address the five of us
individually by name and give us each a very personal message.
After that experience I immersed myself completely in ITC. I
converted a room in our basement to a lab, purchased radios and
recording equipment, and began to experiment. It wasn’t long before
I started to get EVP voices in my early morning sessions.
the spirit group what I could do to get better contacts, and the
unmistakable voice of Konstantin Raudive whispered emphatically
through the radio sounds,
“Your mind’s too much in turmoil.”
Soon after that I began to receive
actual phone calls from Konstantin Raudive. On one occasion he gave
me detailed technical advice for the radio setup in my lab, advising
me to purchase a VLF converter and instructing me on how to connect
to my particular radios!
Since then, my experiences (including
clear spirit faces caught routinely on film) have become
mind-boggling, to say the least.
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The Phenomenal History and Future of ITC Research
by Mark H. Macy
In 1901, US ethnologist Waldemar Bogoras traveled to Siberia to
visit a shaman of the Tchouktchi tribe. In a darkened room, he
observed a spirit conjuring ritual. The shaman beat a drum more and
more rapidly, putting himself in a trance state. Startled, Bogoras
heard strange voices filling the room. The voices seemed to come
from all corners and spoke English and Russian.
After the session, Bogoras wrote,
“I set up my equipment so I could record without
light. The shaman sat in the furthest corner of the room,
approximately 20 feet away from me. When the light was extinguished
the spirits appeared after some ‘hesitation’ and, following the
wishes of the shaman, spoke into the horn of the phonograph.”
The recording showed a clear difference between the speech of the
shaman, audible in the background, and the spirit voices which
seemed to have been located directly at the mouth of the horn. All
along, the shaman's ceaseless drum beats can be heard as if to prove
that he remained in the same spot.
This was the first known experiment in which voices of "conjured
spirits" were recorded on an electrical recording device.
In 1910, a Catholic altar boy in Brazil often saw his priest,
Roberto Landell do Moura, communicating with a small box. The priest
would speak to the box, and it would speak back. Fr Landell was
reluctant to share details of the box with anyone, as the Church did
not approve of any forms of spirit communication other than such
traditional Christian techniques as prayer. The reports of the altar
boy were officially recorded, however.
In the 1920s, Thomas Alva Edison, inventor of the electric light,
the motion picture camera, and phonograph, was busily at work in his
laboratory building a machine to achieve spirit communication with
the dead. His assistant, Dr Miller Hutchinson, wrote,
Edison himself wrote,
“If our personality survives, then it is
strictly logical or scientific to assume that it retains memory,
intellect, other faculties, and knowledge that we acquire on this
Earth. Therefore … if we can evolve an instrument so delicate as to
be affected by our personality as it survives in the next life, such
an instrument, when made available, ought to record something.”
Unfortunately, Edison died before he could complete his invention.
Yet, as he lay dying, he remarked to his physician, "It is very
beautiful over there." Edison was a scientist, very factual, and as
a scientist would never have reported "It is very beautiful over
there," unless he believed it to be true.
By 1925, Brazilian researcher Oscar d’Argonell wrote the book,
Voices from Beyond by Telephone, which reported details of his long
telephone dialogs with spirit friends, including many interesting
verifications and explanations of how the spirit collaborators made
In 1936, American photographer Attila von Szalay began experimenting
with a record cutter and had moderate success capturing spirit
voices on phonograph records. In the 1940s he had better success
with a wire recorder. In the 1950s writer Raymond Bayless began a
collaboration with von Szalay, and the two men documented von
Szalay’s results in an article for the American Society for
Psychical Research in 1959. Neither the Society nor the authors
received a single response from readers.
In 1949, Marcello Bacci of Grosseto, Italy, began experimenting in
the paranormal. Soon he began recording voices using an old vacuum
tube radio. A spirit team developed around his work, and they spoke
to him through the radio sounds. People would visit him in his lab
at home, and very often their departed loved ones would talk to them
through Mr Bacci’s radio. Today, Marcello Bacci still uses the
vacuum tube radio, and his spirit friends not only talk to him, but
sometimes they sing to him.
In the early 1950s in Italy, two Catholic priests, Father Ernetti
and Father Gemelli, were collaborating on music research. Ernetti
was an internationally respected scientist, a physicist and
philosopher, and also a music lover. Gemelli was President of the
Papal Academy. On September 15, 1952, while Gemelli and Ernetti were
recording a Gregorian chant, a wire on their magnetophone kept
breaking. Exasperated, Father Gemelli looked up and asked his father
To the two men's amazement, his father's voice, recorded
on the magnetophone, answered,
They repeated the experiment, and this time a very clear voice
filled with humor said,
Father Gemelli stared at the tape. No one knew the nickname his
father had teased him with when he was a boy. He realized then that
he was truly speaking with his father. Though his joy at his
father's apparent survival was mixed with fear. Did he have any
right to speak with the dead? Eventually the two men visited Pope
Pius XII in Rome. Father Gemelli, deeply troubled, told the Pope of
To his surprise the Pope patted his shoulder and
“Dear Father Gemelli, you really need not worry about this. The existence of this voice is strictly a scientific fact and has
nothing whatsoever to do with spiritism. The recorder is totally
objective. It receives and records only sound waves from wherever
they come. This experiment may perhaps become the cornerstone for a
building for scientific studies which will strengthen people's faith
in a hereafter.”
The good father was somewhat reassured. But he made certain that the
experiment did not go public until the last years of his life. It
wasn't until 1990 that the results were published.
In 1959, the man who was to become a great pioneer in the recording
of voice phenomena, Swedish film producer Friedrich Juergenson,
captured voices on audiotape while taping bird songs. He was
startled when he played the tape back and heard a male voice say
something about "bird voices in the night."
Listening more intently
to his tapes, he heard his mother's voice say in German,
Juergenson said that when he heard his mother's voice, he was
convinced, he had made "an important discovery." During the next
four years, Juergenson continued to tape hundreds of paranormal
voices. He played the tapes at an international press conference and
in 1964 published a book in Swedish: Voices from the Universe and
then another entitled Radio Contact with the Dead.
In 1967, Franz Seidel, Vienna, developed the "psychophone". Theodore
Rudolph developed a goniometer for Raudive's experiments. Thomas
Edison spoke through West German clairvoyant Sigrun Seuterman, in
trance, about his earlier efforts in 1928 to develop equipment for
recording voices from the beyond. Edison also made suggestions as to
how to modify TV sets and tune them to 740 megahertz to get
paranormal effects. (Session recorded on tape by Paul Affolter,
In 1967, Juergenson's Radio Contact with the Dead was translated
into German, and Latvian psychologist Dr Konstantin Raudive read it
skeptically. He visited Juergenson to learn his methodology, decided
to experiment on his own, and soon began developing his own
Like Juergenson, Raudive too heard the
voice of his own deceased mother, who called him by his boyhood
Eventually he catalogued tens
of thousands of voices, many under strict laboratory conditions.
In 1968, Fr Leo Schmid conducted EVP experiments in his small parish
in Oeschgen, Switzerland. His results were published in his book,
"When the Dead Speak", in 1976, shortly after his death.
In 1968, Raudive published his book "Unhoerbares wird hoerbar" (The
Inaudible Becomes Audible), based on 72,000 voices he recorded.
In 1971, the chief engineers of Pye Records Ltd. decided to do a
controlled experiment with Konstantin Raudive. They invited him to
their sound lab and installed special equipment to block out any
radio and television signals. They would not allow Raudive to touch
any of the equipment.
Raudive used one tape recorder which was monitored by a control tape
recorder. All he could do was speak into a microphone. They taped
Raudive's voice for eighteen minutes and none of the experimenters
heard any other sounds. But when the scientists played back the
tape, to their amazement, they heard over two hundred voices on it.
Experimenting in the electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) became very
popular in Europe in the 60's and 70's. Many individuals and groups
collected voices over their home tape recorders.
In 1971, Paul Jones, G.W. Meek and Hans Heckman, Americans, opened a
laboratory. First serious research to create a two-way voice
communication system far more sophisticated that the equipment used
in EVP approach.
In 1972, Peter Bander, England, wrote Carry on Talking, published in
US as Voices From the Tapes: Recordings from the Other World, 1973.
In 1973, Josephand Michael Lamoreaux, Washington State, had success
with recording paranormal voices after reading Raudive's book.
In 1975, William Addams Welch, Hollywood script writer and
playwright, authored Talks With the Dead.
Then the late 1970s brought a significant breakthrough. Ironically,
it occurred in the US where EVP had been virtually ignored. In 1973,
spiritual researchers George and Jeannette Meek met a psychically
gifted man, William O'Neil, who could see and hear spirits. The
Meeks provided funding and direction for a ground-breaking project
of advanced spirit communication, and O'Neil provided the necessary
psychic skills and electronics know-how.
O'Neil recruited several of his spirit friends into the project. One
of his invisible colleagues was the spirit of Dr George Jeffries
Mueller, a deceased university professor and NASA (National
Aeronautic and Space Administration) scientist who simply appeared
in O'Neil's living room one day as a semi-materialized spirit, and
announced that he was there to assist in the project of Meek and
It became a rather astonishing collaboration between
dimensions: Doc Mueller in spirit helping Bill O'Neil on Earth
design a new piece of electromagnetic equipment that would convert
spirit voices into audible voices. Appropriately christened Spiricom,
the new device was a set of tone generators and frequency generators
that emitted 13 tones spanning the range of the adult male voice.
By the fall of 1980 Spiricom had advanced to the point where Doc
Mueller's spirit voice, although quite buzzy, was loud and easily
understandable, and Meek and O'Neil soon catalogued more than 20
hours of dialog with their spirit colleague Doc Mueller. These are
reported in some detail in the book After We Die, What Then? by
In 1982, G. W. Meek made a trip around the world to distribute tape
recordings of 16 excerpts of communications between William J.
O'Neil and an American scientist who died 14 years earlier. He also
distributed a 100-page technical report giving wiring diagrams,
photos, technical data and guidelines for research by others.
The pioneering efforts of George Meek and Bill O'Neil planted seeds
and fueled minds all around the world. Sarah Estep started the
American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomenon (AAEVP) in 1982
and quickly assembled a list of hundreds of EVP experimenters to
receive her newsletter. Her book, Voices of Eternity, became very
popular. In Europe, thousands of people were already following up on
the EVP experiments of people like Friedrich Juergenson and
Konstantin Raudive, and they became very excited and inspired by the
news from the States.
Reports of spirit telephone calls were becoming widespread, and D.
Scott Rogo catalogued them in his book, "Telephone Calls from the
Dead,” in 1979.
Just as airplanes got bigger and better as younger minds built upon
the foundation laid by the Wright Brothers, so has ITC flourished
since Spiricom. Most notable among the new generation of ITC
researchers were Ken Webster of England, Maggy and Jules
Harsch-Fischbach of Luxembourg, and researchers Klaus Schreiber,
Manfred Boden, Hans Otto Koenig, Friedrich Malkhoff, and Adolf Homes
all of Germany.
Manfred Boden (West-Germany) obtains 1980-81 unsolicited computer
print-outs from "spirit" comunicators. Before that he received
telephone calls. Until 1983 he has also unsolicited contacts with
communicators of non-human evolution.
Hans Otto Koenig developed new spirit communication technologies
from 1982 to 1988, employing extremely low frequency oscillators, as
well as lights in the ultraviolet and infrared range. In 1983 he
appeared on a popular radio program on Europe’s largest radio
station, Radio Luxembourg. The host, Rainer Holbe, had Koenig set up
his equipment under close supervision of the station engineers.
of the engineers asked if a voice could come through in direct reply
to a question, and a voice quickly replied,
Stunned, Rainer Holbe addressed the millions of listeners across Europe,
you, dear Listeners of Radio Luxembourg, and I swear by the life of
my children, that nothing has been manipulated. There are no tricks.
It is a voice, and we do not know from where it comes.”
Ken Webster received some 250 spirit messages in his computers
(1984-5) from a 16th-Century Englishman named Thomas Harden who was
apparently “haunting” Webster’s house. Harden claimed that he had
owned the same house some four centuries earlier. Harden in spirit
was apparently rather stuck in time, referring to Webster’s computer
as a “light box” and typing a message to Webster onto the screen on
The many messages from Harden
were in Olde English dialect and contained extensive details of
Harden’s personal life, as well as life of that era, which were
later confirmed through research at Oxford Library.
The Vertical Plane, documents those ITC contacts.
Klaus Schreiber began to receive spirit images on his TV set in
1985, including the faces of scientist Albert Einstein, Austrian
actress Romy Schneider, and various departed family members,
especially his two deceased wives and daughter Karin, with whom he
was particularly close. His technique, set up by his colleague
Martin Wenzel, involved aiming a videocamera at the television and
feeding the output of the camera back into the TV, in order to
achieve a feedback loop.
The result was a churning mist on the
screen out of which the spirit faces would slowly form over a period
of many frames. Schreiber’s spectacular results were the subject of
a TV documentary and book by popular radio-television commentator
Rainer Holbe in nearby Luxembourg, in 1985.
Klaus Schreiber in
Schreiber demonstrates a method and results of
experimenting with the video feedback loop.
Klaus Schreiber did not dispose of any technical
knowledge, nor had he any parapsychological or
esoterical ambitions, but his love for his deceased
relatives united him with them beyond the grave and
gave him the force and the pertinacity needed for his
time-consuming experiments, often lasting throughout
the nights. A further message received from the
Beyond via magnetic tape induced him to direct his
video camera to the television screen, with the
consequence that he saw his television set a number
of times on video. The next hint from the other
level of being put him on the right trail. The key
to it was "empty channel".
this advice, and now an indefinable cloudy formation
developed on the screen, out of which then took
shape his daughter Karin, passed at the age of
eighteen. She was and remained to be his mediator in
all his trials. It was also she who drew his
attention to the fact that he must not take colored
pictures because the entities in the Beyond can show
in black and white only. Klaus Schreiber held the
camera at approximately two to two-and-a-half meters
distance from the television set. This way he took a
great number of images resembling a tunnel. An
infinity emerged down to a point out of which then
the images from the Beyond built up.
Each of the entities
in the Beyond showed just an instant, so that they
could only be made visible using the stop-motion
mechanism. This means that when he took twenty-five
pictures per second, and when recording for about
five minutes, around 7500 stop-motion switching
were necessary for being able to perhaps see one
entity from the Beyond. Schreiber succeeded in
recording not only his deceased family members
(father, mother, spouse, daughter, son and other
relatives), but also many other persons, known or
unknown to him, as well as very important persons.
During the Basler
PSI-Tage held in November 1985, Schreiber remitted
his images from the Beyond to Rainer Holbe,
presenter of the serial broadcasts "Unglaubliche
Geschichten" (Unbelievable Stories) at Radio
Luxemburg, who showed these photos in a subsequent
The heading of a pictorial read:
"Millions of TV viewers held their breaths." Rainer Holbe himself professed:
"I am convinced
that Klaus Schreiber's material is authentic. We
can by no means have to do with manipulation,
because our technicians have verified his
documents with utmost painstaking. I am
impressed and fascinated."
(professional engineer) Martin Wenzel of Aachen
cooperated very closely with Klaus Schreiber.
Wenzel, who at the beginning had a very skeptic
attitude regarding Schreiber's experiments, became
his most eager collaborator and a proponent of
Schreiber's research after he had convinced himself
of the authenticity of the phenomenon and the
integrity of Klaus Schreiber.
fields are the pre-requisite for transmissions
from the Beyond to our world on our time-bound
level. Without these, the entities in the Beyond
would not be able to impart themselves to us.
Certainly, they are always present and try to
find contact with us, but only when we open
ourselves in love and long for contact, the
vibration fields can unite on the spiritual
level, and the Beyond is able to communicate
with this world."
Maggy Harsch-Fischbach and her husband Jules Harsch of Luxembourg
began to get spectacular voice contacts through radio systems early
in their experiments in 1985. A high-pitched, computer-like voice
came through their radios with growing frequency to announce the
beginning and end of experiments and to share amazing insights with
The entity producing the voice identified himself (or
herself) as an ethereal being who was never human, never animal, and
never in a physical body.
“I am not energy and I am not a light
being. You are familiar with the picture of two children walking
across a bridge, and behind them is a being who protects them.
That’s what I am to you, but without the wings. You can call me
Technician, since that is my role in opening up this communication
bridge. I am assigned to Planet Earth.”
The small flat inhabited by
the Harsch-Fischbach couple became a place of miracles, as visiting
scientists and reporters saw spirit-world images flash across the TV
screen and heard long discourses by various deceased personalities
through radio sounds.
The spirit of Nelson D. Rockefeller told
German physicist Ernst Senkowski,
Nineteenth-Century chemist Henri Ste. Claire de Ville told American
and German researchers,
When I visited the couple in 1994, spirit
friend Konstantin Raudive told us in English, through the radios,
then went on to address the five of us individually, with a very
personal message for each of us.
Fritz Malkhoff and Adolf Homes began ITC experiments independently
in 1987, and each began to get spirit voices on tape rather quickly.
In a few months, they learned of each other’s work, and they became
colleagues and friends. During their experiments, small voices on
radio quickly developed long, clear voices. Then they began to
receive phone calls from their spirit friends, and in 1988 they set
up Malkhoff’s computer in the house of Adolf Homes, where they did
most of their experiments.
They posed a short question, and two days
later a short answer appeared miraculously on their computer screen.
As years passed, Malkhoff received many phone calls from spirit
friends, including nature spirits. Homes received spirit images on
his television and messages on his computer screen rather routinely.
One morning in 1994, Homes climbed out of bed in a trance, aimed a
video camera at his television, and received the first color picture
from the spirit worlds. It was a picture of deceased EVP pioneer
At the same time, a message from Juergenson
printed out of Homes’s computer, stating,
“This is Friedel from
Sweden. I am sending you a self-portrait… The projection since
January 17, 1991, has been in the quantum of spacelessness and
timelessness. All your and our thoughts have their own
electromagnetic reality which does not get lost outside the
space-time structure… Consciousness creates all form….”
In 1995, ITC entered a new phase. I (Mark Macy) worked closely with
ITC colleagues on both sides of the Atlantic to plan a meeting among
scientists and researchers from different countries. Sixteen of us
met in England to discuss this modern-day miracle, its tremendous
possibilities for our world, and the obstacles that stood in the
way. We formed new friendships, and by the end of a long weekend we
also formed INIT, the International Network for Instrumental
Transcommunication. In the coming months, ethereal beings told us
they were observing our efforts closely and would provide guidance
We began to experience unprecedented miracles in our
Many of us received phone calls, usually from spirit
friend Konstantin Raudive, and the Harsch-Fischbachs received
astounding pictures and messages through their computer, all as a
result of resonance among INIT members. It was clear that a new
phase of ITC research on Earth had begun. Our ethereal friends told
us that the greatest strides would be made by individuals from
different countries who committed to work together in harmony with
As aging researchers died—Konstantin Raudive in 1974, Friedrich
Juergenson in 1987, Klaus Schreiber in 1988, Bill O’Neil in 1991,
and George Meek in 1999—they began to get in touch with their
colleagues on Earth through ITC systems. Raudive told several
earthside colleagues that since his death it has been his calling to
continue the development of ITC systems from the other side of the
veil. He called me by phone seven times after his death, and on one
occasion we chatted for nearly 15 minutes before the contact ended.
On another occasion he told me to purchase a “VLF converter” for my
radio system; it would improve contacts. Friedrich Juergenson told
eagerly watching ITC experimenters in Germany, through the
television of Adolf Homes, “Every being is a unity of spirit and
body that cannot be separated on earth or in spirit. The only
difference is the fact that the physical body disintegrates and in
its place comes the astral body. Our message is to tell you that
your life goes on. Any speculations on how an individual will
experience it are bound to be limited in accuracy.
scientific, medical or biological speculations miss the mark of
these realities. What serves as ‘real’ to science is not close to
reality in the broad picture. It is no more than a word in a book.”
The most inspiring and helpful information came to us from a group
of timeless beings who said they had never been in physical bodies,
but had observed human development over many thousands of years.
These ethereal beings addressed our group in 1996:
“This is the
seventh time that we accompany and guide you on your progress toward
a free, wealthy, and sane future in which humanity would have
stripped off the chains of intolerance and cruelty—a future in which
it will be able to establish a fruitful, endurable relationship with
the light, ethereal realms of existence.”
Ethereal beings told INIT on more than one occasion that simply
opening the door to the spirit worlds can be dangerous, but
researchers who work together and dedicate their efforts to higher
human principles will receive ethereal guidance and protection.
years passed, Technician and his six ethereal friends, along with a
team of more than 1,000 spirit beings who had once lived on Earth,
shared vast and astonishing information with INIT members through
computers, telephones, radios, and other technical media. The
ethereal beings said they had accompanied our world for many
thousands of years and had come close six times when the Earth had
reached a crossroads leading either to a dark age or to a period of
This, they said, was the seventh time, and they
wished to establish a lasting bridge between Earth and their
formless realm of wise, loving consciousness. ITC research would be
the means by which to establish that bridge. Through the work of
INIT, it became evident that the more miraculous forms of ITC
contacts were made possible by such ethereal beings, who provided
protection and guidance for ITC researchers and their spirit
Our spirit friends suggested to us INIT members that the collective
wisdom and knowledge of all the INIT members allowed the information
in ITC contacts to contain unprecedented depth of substance. Thanks
to our collective understanding, we were told about the distant past
of our world, long before recorded history, and we were given hints
about future possibilities, depending on the critical decisions of
humans in the near future. The ethereal beings also told us what
it’s like from their perspective when they come to “take us home” at
the end of our earthly lives.
These are just a few general examples
of the types of information delivered to us through ITC systems.
We were told that ITC contacts are made possible by a contact field,
which is a pool of thoughts and attitudes of all researchers
collaborating on an ITC project, as well as the thoughts and
attitudes of their spirit team. When the thoughts and attitudes of
all those entities on both sides of the veil are in harmony, our
spirit friends told us the contact field was clear. They could then
see into our world and work with our equipment. When doubts, fears,
envy, resentment, and other troubled feelings created dissonance,
the contact field became cloudy, and our spirit friends told us they
could not see easily into our world or work with our equipment.
That’s what happened to INIT.
After several years, troubles
developed. Most of us were a little insecure about the miraculous
contacts we were receiving. We had no way to understand what was
making them possible. So many of us believed that we would not make
major strides in ITC research until science became involved and
discovered the secrets behind ITC contacts.
Some members began
working with scientists in their home country, who took one look at
the results of our research and told the INIT researchers that the
miracles we’d been receiving were scientifically impossible. The
scientists told the INIT members they should be more skeptical of
the contacts their colleagues were reporting. So some members began
to express doubts publicly about the legitimacy of other members’
contacts. The researchers who had received those contacts felt
betrayed, as though a friend had accused them of fraud, and a
division developed within our association. Some members felt we
should indeed work with science, even if it meant being more
Others believed that our miraculous contacts were most
important, and we should forget scientists who were not ready,
willing, or able to accept the legitimacy of our work. The division
grew quickly, fueled by intense animosity, conflict, and hurt
feelings on both sides of the Atlantic, and probably on both sides
of the veil as well.
As a result of the dissonance, the contact field became cloudy, our
spirit friends were unable to come through into our world and work
with our equipment, and the miracles of ITC virtually dried up.
Phone calls, FAXes, detailed computer images and texts from spirit
friends with messages of great depth and import have not been
reported from any researchers since the year 2000, to the best of my
I believe those miracles and many more will return when we have
learned from our mistakes—when we realize that the doubts, the
fears, and the insecurities…the envy, the resentment, and the other
dark feelings which we humans experience almost everyday and which
we take for granted as a normal part of living here on Earth, must
all be kept under control when we are involved in any form of
spiritual work, especially ITC research. It is easy for us to say
that we are in harmony with others, but our hidden doubts, fears,
and insecurities say otherwise.
We have to find those dark feelings
inside us and bring them into the light to heal.
we humans are spirit magnets, attracting into our lives
spiritual influences that resonate with our attitudes. If we are in
doubt or in fear, we will attract spirits into our lives who stir up
our doubts and fears. If we love and trust the people around us,
then we will attract spirits into our lives who will support that
love and trust.
The ITC networks that enjoy miracles in the future are those which
grow today upon a foundation of harmony.
Ethereal beings told INIT
on more than one occasion that simply opening the door to the spirit
worlds can be dangerous, but researchers who work together and
dedicate their efforts to higher human principles will receive
ethereal guidance and protection.
As years passed, Technician and
his six ethereal friends, along with a team of more than 1,000
spirit beings who had once lived on Earth, shared vast and
astonishing information with INIT members through computers,
telephones, radios, and other technical media. The ethereal beings
said they had accompanied our world for many thousands of years and
had come close six times when the Earth had reached a crossroads
leading either to a dark age or to a period of enlightenment.
they said, was the seventh time, and they wished to establish a
lasting bridge between Earth and their formless realm of wise,
loving consciousness. ITC research would be the means by which to
establish that bridge.
Through the work of INIT, it became evident
that the more miraculous forms of ITC contacts were made possible by
such ethereal beings, who provided protection and guidance for ITC
researchers and their spirit colleagues.