“... never to accept disbelief of great men or their accusations of imposture or of imbecility, as of any weight when opposed to the repeated observation of facts by other men, admittedly sane and honest. The whole history of science shows us that whenever the educated and scientific men of any age have denied the facts of other investigators on priori grounds of absurdity or impossibility, the deniers have aways been wrong.” ~ Alfred Russell Wallace
Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead by Konstantin Raudive
BACK IN PRINT! WITH A FOREWORD BY ANABELA CARDOSO
In 2021, the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Breakthrough, “What happens after physical death?” is still the big question concerning the nature of existence.
In his groundbreaking work psychologist, Konstantin Raudive experimented using a communication method known as Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP), whereby deceased communicators appear to send messages and images via computers, radios, televisions and other electronic devices.
Know Thyself: The Existential Senses By Kurt Leland The first step in becoming a multidimensional human is developing our existential inner senses. These senses ground us in our personal identity. When we know our true identity, we can get closer to the Source through the environmental and kinesthetic inner senses and open up to deeper levels of union with other beings through the relational inner senses.
After the Border Has Been Crossed by W. T. Stead "After the Border Has Been Crossed"
Although my communications with Julia have been more or less regular, for the last five years they been chiefly about matters in which I have been personally interested, and for nearly two years abstained from questioning her as to her life on the other side. In one of the last letters that she wrote, she excused herself from writing further at that time. She said she felt that it was almost a presumption for her to describe a country in which she had made so brief a, sojourn.
Abduction: The Next Generation by John E. Mack “If you keep asking them [the beings] questions, they keep reforming the thing in such a way that the questions get more provocative but can’t quite be answered. . . . If you start saying, “Well, they are aliens and they’re from this planet,” you’re lost. . . . I’ve often been in situations where the question has been impossible to live with. You can’t not answer it, and you can’t answer it either. And there you have it.
How a Dead Author Finished His Books by Michael Tymn: When Frank R. Stockton died in 1902, he left a legacy of 23 volumes of stories for adults and children. His first book, "Ting-a-Ling," a children’s book, was published in 1870. His most famous book, "The… Read more