A recent post here about ITC management stirred a lot of interest among readers, resulting in some fascinating dialog in the comments section at the end of the article.
Michael van Heerden of New Zealand jumped on the idea of a website that would take a new approach to ITC… in which researchers would work to purify themselves in order to foster a clean, clear contact field… resulting in extraordinary contacts.
I’d been thinking that a website of that type could revolutionize ITC but had no plans to develop one anytime soon. It was just a sort of theoretical dream of mine.
But Michael seems to be one of those no-nonsense, get-it-done kind of fellows, so he launched a new website called worlditcnet.org, and we quickly developed it into a model or framework that explains how it could work.
It’s not a working website of a new ITC group, but rather a template website that could be adopted by any ITC group in order to maximize their chances at getting some of the best ITC contacts ever.
Imagine members of an ITC group getting regular phone calls from departed loved ones… or having world-changing text letters delivered by angels into their computers… or receiving vivid pictures and video clips from the worlds of spirit… the kinds of contacts that were received by INIT members between 1995 and 2000.
That’s what I believe is very likely to happen, once ITC researchers take (what I believe to be) the correct approach to ITC (fine-tuning themselves in order to resonate more effectively)… and that’s what we hope to achieve with this new www.worlditcnet.org website:
There’s still a lot to be done with the new site template, but it’s far enough along now to give you an idea of our approach to ITC.