Author Archives: Mark Macy

About Mark Macy

Main interests are other-worldly matters (www.macyafterlife.com) and worldly matters (www.noblesavageworld.com)

3 Prerequisites for an ITC Bridge

(Note: I changed the title of this article. It’s original title was Calling Earth Film Presentation in Boulder.) I attended (along with wife Regina and long-time friend Sandra Martin*), Dan Drasin’s presentation of his film, Calling Earth, here in Boulder … Continue reading

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Adopting a Group’s Afterlife Map

Resonance experiment #2 (The intent of this article is to provide raw material for future ITC groups that take the worlditcnet approach… in this case, the need for shared afterlife understanding.) To be resonant, members of an ITC group try … Continue reading

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My New Song: The Other Side

Here’s a song I wrote, inspired by all I’ve learned from ITC, especially recent dialogs here about dreams. (Thanks for that, John, George, Ringo… er, Ricky… and other readers.) Regina said the song might be popular at some funerals. When … Continue reading

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If This Blog Were Part of an ITC Group….

Resonance experiment #1 (The intent of this article is to provide raw material for future ITC groups that take the worlditcnet approach… in this case, the use of blogs, chatrooms, and forums to facilitate collaboration among menbers.) The main challenge for an … Continue reading

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Are Dreams More Memorable As We Age?

I’m waking up and remembering lots of dreams lately, and I wonder…. Is it just me, or does the veil naturally grow thin for most people in their golden years as they start their gradual descent toward transition to the … Continue reading

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Latest News Roundup Published: Our Ancient Heritage

I published the June 2017 news roundup this morning on my other website… and it’s about science, not so much politics. We look at the latest scientific findings that give us a better idea of what really happened to our … Continue reading

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Will I Continue ITC Research After I Die?

I’m 67. When I die, either I’ll be drawn to resume ITC research from the other side or I won’t. If so, then I’ll do it conditionally. (Or at least at this point in life, I’d prefer to do it … Continue reading

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