In another month or two I plan to close down the www.worlditc.org website, which I started some 20 years ago. If there’s anything on the site you’d like for personal use* and it’s easily downloadable, please help yourself. Also, I’ve exported all of the files (text, pictures, audio, video) from the site onto my computer, so if at some point in the future you’d like something, let me know and I might be able to send it to you. As long as you’re using it for personal / nonprofit purposes*, there should be no problem.
*Some of the information on worlditc might be copyright protected, such as the work of the Harsch-Fischbach couple in Luxembourg, and the English-translations of books by the late Ernst Senkowski and Hildegard Schaefer.
Brief History of the Website
I opened worlditc.org around the year 2000, when web development required some technical knowledge (before easy-to-use website builders like WordPress, Wix and Weebly got started).
I didn’t have that technical knowledge, so in 2001, Rolf-Dietmar Ehrhardt (Germany) contacted me and offered to lend a helping hand. I quickly discovered that Rolf:
- Shared my deep interest in ITC (instrumental transcommunication, or spirit communication through technical devices),
- Shared my passion to figure out other-worldly stuff and to share it with the world,
- Had an inexhaustible work ethic,
- Had some expertise with website development, using the old “frames” format that you see on the worlditc website (but which has long since gone out of vogue),
- Consigned translators to create English versions of landmark books by Friedrich Juergenson, Ernst Senkowski, and Hildegard Schaefer, and
- Became a good and trusted colleague and friend.
Our original plan for the worlditc website was to provide an overview of ITC research going on in the world, but over the years it became clear that ITC interest and expertise was growing around the world far too quickly to be tracked and documented on our site.
Instead, worlditc became a sort of repository of some good and useful information (especially from the early days of ITC) thanks mostly to Rolf who gathered everything together and posted it.
Rolf died a few years back, so our website has been static ever since.
For those and a few other reasons, it seems a good time to say bon voyage to www.worlditc.org.
Thank you, Rolf, God bless you, and I hope we cross paths again one day in the not-so-distant future!