Thursday, October 24, 2013

Scole - the study that validated life after death

For five years, beginning in 1993, a group of mediums and scientists witnessed more phenomena than in any other experiment in the history of the paranormal. Researchers who took part were convinced they had produced and documented a body of evidence that proves there is awareness and consciousness beyond the human form.

Whatever the general consensus of mainstream science or media ... there is no doubt we have more to learn.




The Scole Experiment -background

The Scole Experiment and updates

The Afterlife Experiments - Dr. Gary E. Schwartz asked well-known mediums to become part of a series of experiments to prove, or disprove, the existence of an afterlife. - Video
- the Book

More Afterlife Research --
The Windbridge Institute - investigates the capabilities of our bodies, minds, and spirits and attempts to determine how the resulting information can best serve all living things. Windbridge has certified 20 mediums as authentic. Traci Bray is one.

Among Mediums -  Review - Amusing, authoritative, and accessible - January 23, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
[Julie Beischel and her team at the Windbridge Institute have joined a unique group of scientists over the past century who have studied mediums -- people who claim that they communicate with the deceased. Unlike many scientists who assume that this topic is either not amenable to scientific inquiry or not worth the effort, Beischel's team has taken on the challenge in a serious and rigorous way, and the results of their efforts are intriguing. While the jury is still out with regard to scientific "proof" of survival of consciousness, something interesting is definitely going on.

What makes this short book a real treat, especially for those who wonder if science has anything to say at all about the question of survival after bodily death, is the first-person glimpse of how claims of mediumship can be scientifically studied. The ebook is easy to read with Beischel's sense of humor liberally sprinkled throughout the text, making it both authoritative and accessible.] 

The Afterlife of Billy Fingers - Annie Kagan intervew -- her deceased brother is connecting with her.

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