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Reaching Deceased Remote Viewers through Instrumental Trans-Communication (ITC).

Joshua Louis

This is the reporting of findings from a novel, exploratory study presently underway, which will be completed by the time of the conference. Communicating with non-corporeal or post-material beings using different devices and equipment has been a field for over a one hundred years. Researchers such as Thomas Edison and Konstantin Raudive have made huge strides in ITC and the research continues with other researchers to this day. Regardless of the breakthroughs made throughout the years, more research is still needed. With that being the case, in this experiment we will attempt to reach a number of deceased remote viewers, operating under the theory they may be strong communicators based on their earlier life experiences and training.

During this experience we will
1). Attempt to establish contact
2). To verify that contact.
3). To ask them questions about remote viewing in order to gain new insights into the subject matter.

The equipment and methods that will be used for the experiment include a Digital Voice Recorder, Radio Spirit Box, The HSB/PRO computer program and Full-Spectrum Camera.  Using rapid scanning radios and wordless sound banks, Researcher #2 will feed raw sound through an amp that in theory allows post-material beings to communicate. This method allows for no false positives and a more audible sound. Night-vision and full-spectrum cameras will also be utilized to pick up any visual phenomena that occurs while conducting the experiment. Researcher #1 will choose a select number of Deceased Remote Viewers (DRV) to connect to on an intuitive level. Researcher #1 will then come up with a list of questions and assign each DRV a corresponding number to provide to researcher #2, who will remain blind to their identity. Researcher #2 will then attempt to reach each DRV through ITC by asking for them by their assigned numbers. Researcher #2 will ask each DRV the specific questions provided by Researcher #1 in separate 30-minute sessions. Once the sessions are recorded, Researcher #2 will then review the evidence, caption any audible and discernible responses for Researcher #, and another independent judge, to review the findings.