Can the Dead Communicate with Cellphones?

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Can people who have transitioned to the life after this life communicate with loved ones on this side of life using cell phones? Dr. Imants Barušs, professor of psychology, from King’s University College at Western University in London, Canada, is studying reports of such communication and asking for your help.

Together with a research assistant, Barušs completed a pilot study involving 21 participants who said they had received contacts from loved ones in the afterlife over electronic devices. The participants reported that 35% received phone calls, 20% received photos or videos, 20% received text messages, 15% heard non-vocal sounds during telephone calls or on voicemail, and 10% heard extraneous voices during telephone calls. Their findings were presented at an online joint meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration and the Parapsychological Association in July 2021.

To further his research, Barušs received an award of 26,500 Euros from the BIAL Foundation for Scientific Research to learn about and document instances in which people have afterlife communication with loved ones over cell phones.

If you have had contact with a loved one over a cellphone or know of someone who has had the experience, please go the start page of the survey:

https://uwo.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24BoiqE8fXcUqz4.

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Can the Dead Communicate with Cellphones?
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Can the Dead Communicate with Cellphones?
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Dr. Imants Barušs, professor of psychology, has been awarded a 26,500 Euro BIAL Foundation Grant for Scientific Research for his study after-death communication with cell phones.

Can people who have transitioned to the life after this life communicate with loved ones on this side of life using cell phones? Dr. Imants Barušs, professor of psychology, from King’s University College at Western University in London, Canada, is studying reports of such communication and asking for your help.

Together with a research assistant, Barušs completed a pilot study involving 21 participants who said they had received contacts from loved ones in the afterlife over electronic devices. The participants reported that 35% received phone calls, 20% received photos or videos, 20% received text messages, 15% heard non-vocal sounds during telephone calls or on voicemail, and 10% heard extraneous voices during telephone calls. Their findings were presented at an online joint meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration and the Parapsychological Association in July 2021.

To further his research, Barušs received an award of 26,500 Euros from the BIAL Foundation for Scientific Research to learn about and document instances in which people have afterlife communication with loved ones over cell phones.

If you have had contact with a loved one over a cellphone or know of someone who has had the experience, please go the start page of the survey:

https://uwo.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24BoiqE8fXcUqz4.

Summary
Can the Dead Communicate with Cellphones?
Article Name
Can the Dead Communicate with Cellphones?
Description
Dr. Imants Barušs, professor of psychology, has been awarded a 26,500 Euro BIAL Foundation Grant for Scientific Research for his study after-death communication with cell phones.

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