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#1 PhenomInvestigator

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 11:15 AM

Free Live Teleseminar

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
5:00pm US Pacific/8:00pm US Eastern


"Can mediums talk to the dead? Can you? Why should we care?"
with Windbridge Institute Director of Research, Julie Beischel, PhD

Hosted by Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) Senior Scientist Dean Radin, PhD

"Dean Radin hosts a discussion with Julie Beischel who performs rigorously controlled research investigating the accuracy of the information mediums report and systematic studies of their experiences during ostensible communication with the deceased. But are they really talking to the dead? Dr. Beischel will discuss what she has found during her research with mediums and the importance of those findings for each of us."

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 11:34 AM

I registered thanks.

I attended a SSE lecture by Professor Braude a few weeks ago. Braude had recently IR Video taped a medium in Germany.

The medium went through the "usual" channeling methodology, but himself believed, he was "actually" inducing a Pk mechanism, not actually channeling the spirit of the dead person.

Table levitation and some unexplained lights happened, etc. It was fairly impressive. Braude inspected and could find no evidence of hoax.

Interesting Stuff!
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