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Spirit Rescue
by Wilma Davidson

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Love Lives On
by Louis LaGrand, Ph.D.

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Pagan Christmas
by Christian Ratsch and Claudia Muller-Ebeling

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Llewellyn's 2007 Almanac Series
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Chakra Mantras
by Thomas Ashley-Farrand

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The Mystic Foundation
by Christopher Penczak

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The General Principles of Astrology
by Aleister Crowley

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Calls to Mystic Alice
by Alice Rose Morgan

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Brady's Book of Fixed Stars
by Bernadette Brady

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Four Seasons of Mojo
by Stephanie Rose Bird

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The Key
by Echo Bodine

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PSIence
by Marie D. Jones

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The Yoga of the Nine Emotions
by Peter Marchand

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Wicca for Beginners
by Thea Sabin

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The Museum of Lost Wonder
by Jeff Hoke

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Ghosts of War
by Jeff Belanger

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Dream Exploration
by Robert P. Gongloff

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Darkside Zodiac
by Stella Hyde

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The Ghosts of the California Missions
by Richard Senate

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The Knights Templar in the Golden Age of Spain
by Juan Garca Atienza

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The Way of Four Spellbook
by Deborah Lipp

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The Wicca Handbook
by Eileen Holland

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The Sacred Embrace of Jesus and Mary
by Jean-Yves Leloup

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The Essence of Tantric Sexuality
by Mark A. Michaels and Patricia Johnson

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Soul Journey from Lincoln to Lindbergh
by Richard Salva

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The Revelation of Saint John
by Zachary F. Lansdowne

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Family Wicca
by Ashleen O'Gaea

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Phantom Felines And Other Ghostly Animals
by Gerina Dunwich

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Kabbalah, Magic and the Great Work of Self-Transformation
by Lyam Thomas Christopher

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Founding Fathers, Secret Societies
by Robert Hieronimus with Laura Cortner

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Hymns of Hermes
by G.R.S. Mead

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Protection & Reversal Magick
by Jason Miller

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Spirit Faces
by Mark Macy

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Creative Visualization for Beginners
by Richard Webster

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Breakthrough Astrology
by Joyce Levine

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Ghost Science
by Vince Wilson

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Elemental Witch
by Tammy Sullivan

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Jesus, King Arthur, and the Journey of the Grail
by Maurice Cotterell

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Our Haunted Lives
by Jeff Belanger

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A Treatise on Angel Magic
edited by Adam McLean

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Dancing the Goddess Incarnate
by Dorothy Morrison and Kristin Madden

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Pet Ghosts
by Joshua P. Warren

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Dragonlore from the Archives of The Grey School of Wizardry
by Ash "LeopardDancer" DeKirk

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Walking with Grandfather
Joseph M. Marshall III

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Pagan Every Day
by Barbara Ardinger

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Be Blessed
by Denise Dumars

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Witch in the Bedroom
by Stacey Demarco

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On the Prayer of Jesus
by Ignatius Brianchaninov

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Voices of Flowers
by Rhonda PallasDowney

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Creepy Chicago
by Ursula Bielski

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On The Toltec Path
by Ken Eagle Feather

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Tarot Talismans
by Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero

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The Remote Viewing Training Course
by David Morehouse

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The Dream Culture of the Neanderthals
by Stan Gooch

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The Mysteries of Druidry
by Brendan Cathbad Myers

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Astrology for Yourself
by Douglas Bloch and Demetra George

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The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes
Richard Firestone, Allen West, and Simon Warwick-Smith

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The Pocket Guide to Rituals
by Kerri Connor

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Ghosts of the World
by Susan Smitten

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Reader of Hearts by Darrin Owens
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Supernatural California
by Preston Dennett

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Da Vinci Tarot
by Mark McElroy

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The Weiser Concise Guide to Alchemy
by Brian Cotnoir

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The Case For Ghosts
by J. Allan Danelek

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Interview with author Devadatta Kali
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The Healing Power of Neurofeedback
by Stephen Larsen

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Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century
by John Jay Harper

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Companion for the Apprentice Wizard
by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

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The Lost Civilization of Lemuria
by Frank Joseph

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Haunted Rhode Island
by Thomas D'Agostino

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Kali: the Feminine Force
by Ajit Mookerjee

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So You Want To Be A Medium
by Rose Vanden Eynden

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The "True" Story of the Woodland Haunting
by Dennis Baker

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Glimpses 2
by Martha Jette

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Chakra Yoga with Gurutej Kaur
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Sacred Signs
by Adrian Calabrese

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The Mystery Traditions
by James Wasserman

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The Book of Lilith
by Barbara Black Koltuv

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An Unlikely Prophet
by Alvin Schwartz

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Shamanic Journeying
by Sandra Ingerman

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Herb Magic For Beginners
by Ellen Dugan

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The Virgin Mary Conspiracy
by Graham Phillips

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Facial Reflexology
by Marie-France Muller

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Ghost Tech
by Vince Wilson

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Silver's Spells for Love, Abundance, and Protection by Silver RavenWolf
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Aleister Crowley and the Practice of the Magical Diary
edited by James Wasserman

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Sacred Plant Medicine
by Stephen Harrod Buhner

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Self Hypnosis
by Dr. Bruce Goldberg

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Merlin and the Discovery of Avalon in the New World
by Graham Phillips

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The Reflexology Atlas
by Bernard C. Kolster, M.D. and Astrid Waskowiak, M.D.

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Roads to Eternity
by Sarah Wilson Estep

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Beyond Reincarnation
by Joe. H. Slate Ph.D.

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Shamanic Christianity
by Bradford Keeney

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The Spiritual Practices of the Ninja
by Ross Heaven

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Trigger Point Therapy
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The Enchanted Cat
by Ellen Dugan

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Chinese Home Remedies
by Lihua Wang

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The Ibis Western Mystery Tradition Series
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Pagan Spirituality
by Joyce and River Higginbotham

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Inner Journeys
by Dr. G. Michael Vasey

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Encyclopedia of the Undead
by Dr. Bob Curran

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Oracles of the Dead
by Robert Temple

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Witch in the Boardroom
by Stacey Demarco

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The Druidry Handbook
by John Michael Greer

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The Cherokee Herbal by J. T. Garrett
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Conspiracies And Secret Societies
by Brad Steiger and Sherry Steiger

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Inner Power
by Colleen Deatsman

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The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult
by Clement Cheroux, et al.

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How Would It Feel?
by Mary Beth Goddard, illustrated by Anna Mycek-Wodecki

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Radical Knowing
by Christian de Quincey

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Sex and the Erotic Lover
by Mabel Iam

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Magickal Crafts
by Kristin Madden and Liz Roberts

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Raphael
by Richard Webster

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Crystal Ball
by Sibyl Ferguson

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The Brother of Jesus and the Lost Teachings of Christianity
by Jeffrey J. Butz

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Vocations: The New Midheaven Extension Process
by Noel Tyl

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The Secret History of Freemasonry
by Paul Naudon

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Three Oracle Card Collections from Connections Book Publishing
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The Secret Initiation of Jesus at Qumran
by Robert Feather

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The Sacred Power of Huna
by Rima A. Morrell

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Hidden Language Codes
by R. Neville Johnston

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Tarot Journaling
by Corrine Kenner

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Mary Magdalene, Bride in Exile
by Margaret Starbird

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Babylonian Tarot
by Sandra Tabatha Cicero

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Elemental Magick
by D. J. Conway

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St. Mary Magdalene
by Tau Malachi

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Coyote Healing
by Lewis Mehl-Madrona

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The Nightmare Encyclopedia
by Jeff Belanger and Kirsten Dalley

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Nocturnicon
by Konstantinos

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The Dreamer's Book of the Dead
by Robert Moss

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Dion Fortune's Book of the Dead
by Dion Fortune

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Sexy Witch
by LaSara FireFox

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Working With Fairies
by Anna Franklin

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Seeing the Dead, Talking with Spirits
by Alexandra Leclere

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September 22, 2006

Spirit Faces: Truth About the Afterlife by Mark MacySpirit Faces: Truth About the Afterlife
By Mark Macy
Publisher: Weiser Books (September 2006)
Pages: 176 - Price: $24.95

Interview by Jeff Belanger - info@ghostvillage.com
Ghostvillage.com author interview

Mark Macy is the co-founder of the World ITC Association. According to its mission statement, the objective of the World ITC Association is to promote decency in human relationships, to sustain resonance among ITC researchers, and to forge a link with the light, ethereal realms of existence. Macy's latest book, Spirit Faces: Truth About the Afterlife examines some of the volumes of profound photographic evidence Mark has gathered over his many years of ITC research. Ghostvillage.com caught up with Mark to ask him about the ITC field and his new book.

In 1988 when you were first diagnosed with colon cancer and began your own spiritual search, what lead you in the direction of Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC)?

With death staring me in the face, suddenly I had know what really happens to us after we die. But I couldn't take it on faith. Not that there's anything wrong with faith, but I've always needed good, solid evidence to convince me of something beyond my understanding. And afterlife was certainly beyond my understanding. So in 1991 I attended an IFNS (International Forum on New Sciences) conference in Fort Collins, Colorado, and ran into a fellow named George Meek, who is regarded by many to be the father of ITC research because of the Spiricom device that he and an associate named Bill O'Neil developed around 1980. O'Neil would stand in front of the Spiricom device and talk to someone across the veil the way the other people might stand in front of a speakerphone and talk to someone across town. George Meek also shared a letter and picture that his wife Jeannette had sent him after she died. The letter contained lots of details from their life together, and the picture showed the paradise world she was living in since leaving the Earth, and both had been delivered through a computer in Europe while George was at home in North Carolina. Those ITC contacts nearly knocked me out of my chair because they provided exactly the kind of evidence I needed to convince me that the afterlife is for real -- assuming the contacts themselves were for real. I visited George Meek at his home and flew to Europe to visit other researchers, and what I found changed my life forever. There could be no doubt of the legitimacy of their claims, and so I was so deeply moved that I have been completely immersed and devoted to ITC research ever since.

ITC seems to be a very big umbrella under which many forms of spirit communication fall. What is your definition of ITC?

ITC, in its most basic definition, is the use of TVs, radios, telephones, computers, and other technical devices to get information directly from the worlds of spirit in the form of voices, images, and text. For a broader understanding of it, though, we have to take into account that fact that ITC is a marriage of technology and the human mind, and it also involves a close rapport with a spirit group, or team of invisible collaborators. We are isolating certain psychospiritual qualities that are possessed by all ITC researchers who receive exceptional contacts. Those qualities include a focused will that penetrates the veil like a lance. They also include a resonance or harmony of the thoughts, attitudes, and dispositions of all researchers working together on an ITC project, as well as of their spirit collaborators.

Technology has advanced so much in the last 20 years. The Internet has exploded, cell phones are everywhere, satellite radio is growing, smaller and faster computers are widely available -- with so much communication and recording equipment available to the masses, is ITC research getting easier or more difficult?

It's safe to say that with all these wonderful technologies, the potential for exceptional ITC contacts is growing immensely, but the challenge, again, is the same as it has always been: nurturing and sustaining the right psychospiritual qualities among a group of researchers over time. Once that happens, then the rich garden of technical receiving devices on Earth will "come alive" with ITC communications everywhere in the world. I have no doubt about that. Unfortunately, hormones and egos create dissonance among humans, making it hard to sustain the necessary conditions for ITC over time.

When did you begin using the Luminator device in conjunction with photography? Was your first attempts just experimentation or was your intent to make some kind of significant contact with the other side?

At an ISSSEEM (International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine) conference in the spring of 1999, I ran into Jack Stucki, a therapist who used a luminator in his practice. He and other users of luminators sometimes reported strange faces appearing in photographs of their clients. When I saw some of those pictures, I recognized them immediately as spirit faces, and I knew the luminator would be of tremendous value to my ITC research. So I bought one from the inventor, Patrick Richards of Michigan that fall, and since then I've collected hundreds of spirit faces on Polaroid film.

How does your ITC method differ from what many ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts refer to as spirit photography today?

It's been my experience that the spirit worlds are all superimposed over each other and over our own physical world, separated by vibration, not by distance or space. So essentially the spirit worlds are everywhere, and they range in nature from very subtle and divine worlds beyond form and structure (the realm of angels or ethereal beings), to rather dense and dark worlds (the realm of ghosts and lost souls). Between those two realms are many paradise worlds where most people go after they die to get settled into a wonderful existence free of pain and suffering. As humans and as spiritual researchers, we draw into our lives and into our work, spirits from the different realms who resonate with our disposition, attitudes, and feelings.

The aim of my ITC research is to foster a team of spirit friends in the finer realms of spirit -- paradise and beyond. I try to do that by keeping a positive disposition, and then I "talk" to my spirit friends and/or think about them daily, in my meditations and prayers, and at various times throughout the day. I believe that gradually builds and strengthens a rapport with a team of spirit friends who can help me in my work. I don't believe that's done by most ghost hunters.

As far as the technical approach to my work, I simply turn on the luminator for an hour or longer to build up a field of subtle energy, then I take pictures of people with a Polaroid camera, and sometimes I get spirit faces in the pictures along with the human faces. Quite a simple technique, really. I sometimes also get light streaks similar to what many people find in their own spirit photographs. I don't get the well-known "spirit orbs" in my Polaroids that many people get using a digital camera in spiritually charged situations.

Since you co-founded the World ITC Organization, how have you seen the study of ITC evolve?

Things have changed more slowly on this side of the veil than I had hoped or expected. I assumed that as more people became aware of ITC and spiritual reality through our spreading the word, contacts would improve very quickly. I'm finding it's a slow process to chip away at people's uncertainties, doubts, and fears about spiritual existence, and I believe that's one reason why ITC contacts are not improving as quickly as I'd like. But, then, the best things in life often take time and don't come easy.

Your new book, Spirit Faces, explores many of the intriguing photographs you have taken throughout the years. What can evidence like yours teach us about ghosts, spirits, and other non-physical beings?

Of the five or six books I've written or published, this is easily my favorite. My purpose with this book was to use the good, solid afterlife evidence provided by the photographs as a basis on which to share much of the vast information about spiritual reality that I've learned during the past sixteen years of ITC research -- where we go when we die, what our lives are like when we go over there, what kinds of nonhuman beings exist in the spirit worlds, how the many worlds of spirit interact with our world and affect our lives, what we can do in this lifetime to be sure we wind up in a wonderful afterlife scenario, and so on. So the evidence itself -- the actual photos --c an help convince us that there really are spirit worlds right here with us and that the inhabitants of those world can be very close to us and influence us. The additional information in the book can give readers a very intimate understanding of spirituality in its broadest sense -- everything from ghosts and spooks to angels, eastern mystics, and ascended masters.

Who is Spirit Faces written for?

I tried to write the book for everyone.

With almost two decades of research into this, do you feel we're moving into a more spiritually enlightened time?

At the moment it feels to me as though humanity has opened a sore that has been festering for centuries with cultural, political, and religious incompatibilities, incorrect knowledge, economic inequities, and environmental degradation. With the sore now opened by unprecedented communication and transportation technologies that force us all to look at each other and get to know each other, we're suffering a lot of pain with terrorism and political insanity, but I see us on the threshold of a very healing time. There might be some more suffering in the coming years, but once we've worked our way through it, there is a truly golden time ahead, and the foundation of that golden era will be a new spirituality based on a profound understanding of the big picture. We will forge a "fruitful, endurable relationship with the light, ethereal realms of existence," in the words of our spirit friends, so that love and wisdom of the ages can stream into our world through ITC systems and other channels.

What is one of the funnier communications you've seen come through with ITC?

Some of the warmest and most casual communications between people and spirits in history, I believe, happened to Maggy Harsch-Fischbach of Luxembourg and her many invisible friends and loved ones in the Timestream spirit group, and before that to Bill O'Neil during his more than twenty hours of direct dialog with our spirit friend "Doc Mueller," gathered over a period of four years of experimentation with Spiricom. Certainly the funniest conversations were between O'Neil and Mueller. On one occasion they joked about the gassy effects of eating steamed cabbage (a food that Mueller missed since passing (pardon the pun) to spirit. On another occasion Mueller tried to persuade O'Neil to call a secret government phone number where someone could verify Mueller's background during lifetime, but O'Neil was afraid he'd get in trouble or be considered crazy if he called it (which he never did, by the way). On still another occasion, this dialog ensued:

O'Neil: It's almost 4 o'clock in the morning, and last time we talked was, what, about quarter after 2. I just forget what time it is.
Mueller (spirit): There we go with that time thing again. William, you know better than that.
O'Neil: What's that, Sir?
Mueller: You know better than that. I'm not aware of time over here.
O'Neil: Well, I know, that's what you've said, Sir.
Mueller: I'm not joking, William. I'm not joking.

In that conversation and several others, there's a fair amount of humor that is inevitable when two people in very different realities have to work together on a project.

But I suppose my favorite all-time joking in an ITC contact was when the famous EVP pioneer Konstantin Raudive called AA-EVP founder Sarah Estep on the phone in 1994, twenty years after his death. When a surprised Sarah heard the voice of her deceased colleague, she exclaimed, "Dr. Raudive, how are you?" And Konstantin replied, "I'm as fine as a 'dead one' can be. Dear Sarah, thank you for all the work you've done...." And the conversation continued from that. Konstantin and our other spirit friends had been telling us often that their lives are so much richer than lives on Earth, but we on Earth often think of afterlife as a dreary subject. So he was making light of that misconception.

What's an example of a simple ITC practice that our readers can try for themselves?

EVP, or electronic voice phenomenon, is the precursor to ITC. It's the use of an audio recording device to get short, faint spirit voices. Most ITC researchers began with EVP experiments before moving into video, telephone, and other more advanced techniques. In the past few years EVP has undergone a major transformation. What began with bulky reel-to-reel tape recorders in the 1950s, eventually evolved into the use of cassette players, minidisk recorders, and computers to record voices. Now, suddenly, EVP researchers are seen carrying tiny digital voice recorders in their pockets and purses, so they can do experiments anywhere, anytime, and that's the recent transformation -- the use of small digital voice recorders.

For a person wishing to start ITC experimenting, a voice recorder is the way to go. Very simple and efficient. There are many Web sites today describing effective techniques to start experimenting, including our own website, www.worlditc.org. The most important preparations are the mental and emotional ones, since we attract into our work spirits of like disposition. Most of us want to get in touch with loving, helpful spirits, so we should first get ourselves into a loving, positive frame of mind. Then we should get the equipment (a voice recorder) and silently announce our intention, which is to open up communication channels with friendly, supportive spirits. This can best be done during prayerful or meditative moments in our lives when we can clear our mind and commune with the other side in a happy way. (If we're harboring any fears or insecurities, it's best not to start experimenting.) When those psychospiritual conditions (such as a happy disposition) are right, then we simply start recording and ask a series of questions, with a short period of silence between questions. Then we play it back and listen closely for tiny voices answering our questions. Some people have luck right away, others have to be patient and keep trying. Once you start getting good voices on a regular basis, follow your inner guidance on how to move into more elaborate forms of ITC communications.


You can visit Mark Macy's Web site at: www.worlditc.org

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