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Technology Records Images and Voices in Afterlife Communication Prove Life After Death

EVP and ITC afterlife connections
EVP and ITC afterlife connections

Instrumental transcommunication (ITC) or electronic voice phenomena (EVP) uses technology to record voices or images of people now alive in the afterlife. With the advent of recording technology, voices and images began to be heard on recording equipment that were the voices of people in the afterlife. The methods used were not systematized, and some worthwhile efforts were not continued by other researchers. However, in recent years new methods have emerged and are maturing.

EVP and ITC present convincing proof of life after death. As the discipline matures, the evidence will multiply. There are two reasons the audio and video recordings researchers are acquiring demonstrate that people whose bodies have died are living in the next realm of life:

  1. The recordings are consistently a dialogue. People in the afterlife answer questions and make relevant responses. The respondents are clearly mentally functioning and have memories and knowledge only they could have.
  2. The researchers ask to speak to specific people and those people respond with statements that identify them. They are actively engaged in the researchers’ efforts. The speakers identify themselves as the people who have left the body behind and are now living in the next life.

A video with examples of the recordings follows. A transcript of the video is after the video controls in case you want to read about the examples and play them from the transcript.

Sonia Rinaldi’s Pioneering Work in EVP and ITC Afterlife Communication

Sonia Rinaldi ITC afterlife communication pioneer
Sonia Rinaldi

The most active, groundbreaking ITC and EVP researcher in the world today is Sonia Rinaldi of Brazil. Rinaldi creates new methods that continually improve voice and image recordings. The speakers in the afterlife converse with her and show awareness of what she is doing. She has done readings for as many as 163 parents in a month, recording as many as 200 messages in a session. Parents recognize the voices and images as their children, showing that the children are alive now, long after their bodies have died. She does her work for free. She is demonstrating that we live on after death.

Following are examples of Sonia’s recordings that she has made available to parents of children who have transitioned from earth.

The characteristics that show these are valid connections with people alive after death are that

  • The EVP or ITC messages are clear and easy to understand.
  • They are in direct response to a question and are appropriate answers to the question.
  • The answers either immediately precede the question or immediately follow it.
  • The listener attests to the fact that the individual is using words and tone that fit the person in spirit.

Sonia or a parent asks a question. The child in spirit responds on the recordings. Click on the audio controls to hear the recordings.

Sonia: “Would you like to leave a message to your mother?”
Little girl: “Mommy, I can talk.”

Father: “I am sure you’re doing great. We love you and miss you.”
Kelsie: “Daddy, you know, love you”

Kelsie: “A miracle! Many for listening.”

Kelsie: “Miss my daddy.”

Sonia: “Jasmine, what you would like to say to your dad?”
Jasmine: “I love you.”

Sonia: “Say something beautiful to your mother.”
Jasmine: “Miss you.”

Sonia: “What else you would like to say?”
Jasmine: “Don’t cry.”

Amber answers her mother before she asks the question

Amber: “I did work.”
Mother: “Are you ready to work with Tesla and Sonia?”

Amber: “I didn’t think it’d end.”
Sonia: “This is love.”

Mother: “Sonia loves you and I love you.”
Adam: “I love you, Mom.”

Mother: “Hi, Brandon. How are you doing?”
Brandon: “Mommy, I’m following Grandpa.”

Mother: “Hi Tyler. I love you, Baby.”
Tyler: “Always. Life is crazy.”

Tyler: “Mommy, I love you.”
Mother: “I miss you.”

Sonia: “Hi, Helen. How are you today?”
Helen: “Sounds great, amazing.”

Life after death demonstration
Image of Craig Hogan’s Mother, Rose

Recording Images of People in the Afterlife

Sonia is also recording video and still images, called “transimages,” of people in other realms, including what we call the afterlife. She moves any reflective or filmy surface, such as a screen or shiny fabric, in random ways so the surface reflects light in varying shapes. She video records the moving fabric and reviews the video frame by frame. In some frames, an image appears.

Afterlife Connection with Craig’s Mother, Rose

Craig had invited Sonia to Arizona for a 2014 conference Craig had organized. In preparation for the conference, Sonia recorded an image of Craig’s mother in spirit.  The image she captured is in the left column on the right. A photograph of Craig’s mother as she was in her twenties is to the left. It is a well-known fact that people on the next plane of life have bodies that are in their twenties or thirties, the prime of their lives.

In the same connection, Sonia asked Craig’s mother for any words she would like to speak to him. As is often the case, Craig’s mother answered the question before Sonia asked it. They don’t need the spoken words. They get the questions telepathically, so when Sonia thought of the question before asking it, Craig’s mother gave her response. It was clearly his mother’s voice.

Craig’s mother: “Ready at this point.”
Sonia: “Can Mrs. Rosemary say something to Craig?”

Sheri Perl’s Recordings of Children Living in the Afterlife

Sheri Perl. ITC afterlife communication pioneer
Rev. Sheri Perl

A researcher named Sheri Perl uses methods developed by Sonia Rinaldi and her own methods to record voices of children in the afterlife for their parents. Sheri has parents call in questions for their children living in the afterlife. The children respond to the questions.

Examples of the responses follow. You will hear the background noise of vocal nonsense syllables. They’re cut up words people spoke, but there are no whole words in the background noise. Those in spirit transform the meaningless noise into words. The mothers ask questions over the phone while the meaningless noise plays. Sheri and the parent hear the responses when they play back the recording. These are examples.

Mother: “Hi, Sweety”
Son: “Hi Mom.”

Mother: “Alexandria, are you happy?”
Alexandrie: “All the time.”

Mother: “Are you in heaven?”
Son: “I am.”

Mother: “I love you, and I just want to know, do you still love me?”
Son: “I love you.”

Sheri Perl: “Danny, can you say ‘I love you ma’?”
Danny: I love you Ma.”

In this example, a boy with a sense of humor uses his teenager slang.

Sheri Perl: “Are you happy?”
Child: “We’re bitchin.’”

Mother: “Adam, it’s Mom. I want to know, are you at peace?”
Child: “I am Mommy.”

Sheri is going to use a new protocol provided by Sonia Rinaldi that is based in Portuguese. Sheri asks if the children will be able to use it to communicate with her.

Sheri Perl: Say something in English to let me know I should use this.”
Child: “I speak English.”

Mother: “Hi Justin. It’s Mom.”
Justin: “Hi Mom.”

Spiricom’s Conversations with Dr. Mueller in the Afterlife

George Meek, Spiricom ITC afterlife communication developer
George Meek
Bill O'Neil, Spiricom ITC afterlife communication developer
Bill O’Neil
Dr. George, Jeffries Mueller, Spiricom ITC afterlife communication communicator
Dr. George Jeffries Mueller

George W. Meek, director of the Research Metascience Foundation, was a retired industrialist who had revolutionized the air-conditioning industry, resulting in a series of patents. At a séance attended by Meek, a spirit describing himself as “a discarnate scientist” gave Meek the idea of building a mechanical device that could be used to communicate with those living in the life after this life. Meek became obsessed with achieving such two-way conversation through an electronic device.

Six years later, Meek met a medium named Bill O’Neil who was an electronics engineer. O’Neil’s spirit guide Doc Nick said he had been a ham radio operator during his life on earth and suggested using specific audio frequencies on the radio to record voices instead of the “white noise” used by most EVP and ITC researchers as background noise. Doc Nick gave O’Neil and Meek technical information for building the communications device and a list of frequencies for the background noise that might result in voice recordings.

Another person in spirit then joined the team. Dr. George Jeffries Mueller, a NASA scientist and physics professor who transitioned in 1967, materialized in O’Neil’s living room at one of their sittings.

In October 1977, O’Neil and Meek built the first electronic device following the guidelines from Doc Nick. They named it Spiricom.

Spiricom Device

O’Neil and Meek began listening intently to the buzzing of the device for the voices to come through. As they listened, Dr. Mueller spoke through the buzzing. To prove his identity, he gave his social security number, the place where his death certificate could be found, and intimate details of his life and scholastic achievements. He said he had been a NASA scientist and college professor before his body died in 1967. Meek and O’Neil checked out the information and all of it was correct.

The fact that Dr. Mueller was able to communicate with Meek and O’Neil ten years after his body had died is proof of life after death. He was articulate, identified himself by name and position, and spoke about current occurrences.

You can view a video of O’Neil communicating with Dr. Mueller below. In this short excerpt, Dr. Mueller asks O’Neil whether he called the classified numbers Dr. Mueller had given him to ask them for information about the technology. O’Neil explains that he hasn’t because he couldn’t very well tell whoever answered that he had gotten the unlisted, classified number from Dr. Mueller in spirit.

A full compilation of excerpts of Bill O’Neil speaking with Dr. Muller is below: