(Note: I changed the title of this article. It’s original title was Calling Earth Film Presentation in Boulder.)
Here are the main points that came together clearly in my mind from last night’s event:
- Dan’s masterfully crafted film is packed with vital information that could help change the world if the film gets the exposure it deserves.
- The most important minute of the film, for me, is where the Scole Group asks its spirit communicator how he’s able to talk in a way so that his voice comes through so loud and clear, and the spirit replies, We don’t talk, we simply think of our message, and there are others here whose job it is, by some miracle, to transduce our thoughts clearly into your world. That is the crux of ITC. Dead people in their astral bodies have very little energy and power; the best they can typically achieve is small EVP voices captured on recording media. The more elaborate ITC communications require a team of folks on the other side from various levels of spirit working together to provide the energy and expertise to make spirit phone calls, computer contacts, radio contacts, and TV contacts happen in our world. That’s the first prerequisite for ITC: a competent spirit team supported by finer beings.
- Then, there has to be a person on Earth with a penchant for ITC, sometimes called physical mediumship skills or an ITC disposition. Some people are born with a musical ear or a mind for mathematics or a knack for mechanics. Other people, try as they might, can never achieve the results of those with an innate skill in those fields. The same is true in ITC: There has to be a person with an ITC disposition. That’s the second prerequisite for ITC: a physical medium. Klaus Schreiber, Marcello Bacci, Adolf Homes, and Maggy Fischbach are among the great ITC researchers, and they all are (or were) physical mediums.
- Finally, in the future there will have to be groups of researchers here on Earth who have learned how to work together in harmony. Those “others whose job it is” in the spirit worlds to make ITC happen in our world… those elevated beings have told us that sustained ITC won’t come together until researchers can work together with one mind. Humanity was given a taste of ITC’s awesome potential through the Scole experiments and through the experiences of our INIT group in the late 1990s, and we were also taught what is needed here on Earth to make an ITC bridge possible. What’s needed is a stable contact field, which is like a cloud of good will, friendship, and common purpose that blankets a group of researchers. That field of resonant human consciousness comes together with a similar field of consciousness among the spirit team, and then an ITC bridge can form, and the most amazing communications can stream into our world from the other side. That’s the third prerequisite for ITC: sustained resonance among a group of humans on Earth… and therein lies the monumental challenge for ITC: Getting people to get along together. Figure that out, and the world will be ready for ITC, I believe.
(* Sandra Martin was my literary agent for my book, Miracles in the Storm, and got it published by Penguin-Putnam. We all had high hopes that the book would be huge, but alas, it came out in November, 2001, two months after the 9/11 attacks that devastated New York City. The book got lost in the chaos that ensued. Sandra quit representing books shortly thereafter, when the publishing industry was entering its Amazonian upheaval and revolution. She’s now a board member of IANDS, the International Association of Near-Death Studies, which is having its annual meeting 10 minutes from our home as we speak. That’s why she’s in town this week, and she agreed to have a nice dinner with Regina and me, and to attend Dan’s presentation last night. Sandra’s life has always been rife with miracles like this… paths crossing… networks forged… friendships kindled. Her lifetime adventure seems to be orchestrated by a good spirit team. Quite an amazing woman. Give me 12 Sandra Martins and one physical medium, I’ll give you an ITC bridge. 🙂 )