ITC Gem 40: More About the Early Luxembourg Experiments

Keith Clarke has published a series of three articles on his idigitalmedium site about the early experiments of Maggy and Jules Harsch-Fischbach in Luxembourg, conducted during a visit by George Meek (USA) and professor Ernst Senkowski (Germany) in 1987.

I was given several excerpts from those contacts by Dr Senkowski when he visited Regina and me here in Colorado in the early 1990s, so it was exciting to hear and see the complete contacts on Keith’s site.

You can clearly hear the high-pitched voice of ethereal being Technician, who introduces, facilitates, and ends the contacts with Konstantin Raudive, “Nelson D. Rockefeller,” and Henri Ste Claire de Ville.

(I put Rockefeller’s name in quotes because the spirit introduces himself with that name, but the late governor’s actual name was Nelson Aldridge Rockefeller. Inconsistencies like that are not unusual in ITC and spirit communication. It seems that once we leave the earth, many of the earthly details of our lifetime such as name and address sometimes start to blur as we settle into a subtler world. There are also sometimes spirit imposters.)

Here are links to the three articles by Ron Ruiz and William Pimblott about those early experiments in Luxembourg:

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1) https://idigitalmedium.com/euro-signal-bridge-jules-maggy-harsch-fischbach-part-1/

The first article has five audio clips of the voice contacts through Maggy’s radios, and a couple of frames from the video contacts that came through her TV later.

  • More information about the contact by Henri Ste Claire de Ville can be found here….
  • The actual video clips from Maggy’s early TV experiments can be seen here….

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2) https://idigitalmedium.com/the-euro-signal-bridge-of-jules-and-maggy-harsch-fischbach-part-2/

The second article goes into some detail about the technical specifications of the hardware being used for those voice experiments.

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3) https://idigitalmedium.com/euro-signal-bridge-jules-maggy-harsch-fischbach-part-3/

The third article explores the technical detail of hardware used in the video experiments.

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Keith and his colleagues at idigitalmedium are doing a good job of rounding up some of that historic ITC information and exploring the correct approach to ITC. One recent article, for example, is by my friend and colleague Rolf Ehrhardt: Some ideas about the way ITC works… which you can read at the following link at Keith’s site…

https://idigitalmedium.com/some-ideas-about-the-way-itc-works/

… or at the original worlditc site:

www.worlditc.org/f_04_rodiehr_some_ideas.htm

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On a separate note, I just published the latest end-of-year news roundup on my Noble Savage World website, for those interested.

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4 Responses to ITC Gem 40: More About the Early Luxembourg Experiments

  1. richard hutchinson says:

    Dear Mark

    Thankyou for all your work, I always look forward to your posts. I willbe in Italy soon and would like to sit in at one of Marcello Bacci’s sessions, is he still doing them and if so, what is the contact information for him.

    Thank you, Richard Hutchinson Flagstaff, Az 214-893-0691

    Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID

    “Macy Afterlife: The Beacon” wrote:

    Mark Macy posted: “I’m pleased to see that Keith Clarke has published a series of three articles on his idigitalmedium site about the early experiments by Maggy and Jules Harsch-Fischbach in Luxembourg, conducted during a visit by George Meek (USA) and professor Ernst Senko”

    • Mark Macy says:

      Hi Richard, thanks for the kind words.

      I don’t have Marcello Bacci’s contact information anymore, though you might check with
      Victor Zammit (vz@victorzammit.com)
      or
      Keith Clarke (keith@idigitalmedium.com)

      MarkM

  2. Hi Mark!
    Thank you kindly for your mention of our team’s website. I hope you are well! These articles were written by our co-founder and team member Ron Ruiz – who also acts as our historian due to his wealth of knowledge on the topic. Our website runs at this point only due to a large volunteer team effort (currently 10 individuals – expected to surpass 20 by the end of 2017)

    Richard, I have recently been informed that Marcelo Bacci is no longer actively engaged in his previous radio work, due to health reasons. It has been said that a certain Swiss person that has been close to him for some years may be pursuing some aspects of his work. This is vague, but it’s the best I have. I’ve made attempts to contact Bacci to thank him from the community – and even these formal relays have yet to be successful.

    If you are looking to experience things in person, I’d recommend trying to participate in one of Hans Otto Koenig’s demonstrations in Germany, one of Marco Luzatto’s events in Italy, one of IFRES’ events in France, or perhaps look into physical mediumship and mediums – depending on where you are in the world. Right now these are the places to go to experience something in person separate from your own personal discovery and research.

    Of course, you can also visit our website http://idigitalmedium.com and visit one of the live streams – which is real-time and interactive, albeit not developed to the level of the pioneers mentioned above. If you’re in the states and swing by Florida, you can also drop by.

    Thanks!
    Keith

    • Mark Macy says:

      Hi Keith,

      Thanks for the information. I’m glad you’re keeping a pulse on who’s doing what in ITC, as Victor’s doing in Australia (along with his friends in AREI)… so I have some good referrals when people ask.

      My main interest at the moment is gathering up everything I learned about ITC from my INIT experience, and putting it out there for consideration. While that bridge was open I think we got some really good insights into how things work, and it feels like my purpose is just to try to make sense of it all, and make the information available in some kind of coherent fashion.

      I’ll certainly be dropping by your idigitalmedium site from time to time to see what’s up.

      Warm wishes to you and your growing network!

      Mark

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