Friday, September 5, 2008

Raising Communication with the Dead - Using Unconventional Methods

Raising Communication with the Dead - Where Do We Turn?

Raising The Dead - Some People Do Believe in Communicating with the Dead

A Useful Tool For Finding Answers? In Our Outside Box

There are obvious reasons why people will condemn the idea of raising and communicating with the dead.... they are in fear of dabbling with the unknown, dark forces and the adverse consequences......there are threats and the risk of lies being exposed and governments/people being finally prosecuted for heinous crimes, scandals and MCIs..... Some people do not believe communication is possible, others have closed minds to anything unconventional and unexplained.

This blog would naturally include a post covering raising and communicating with the dead because the aim is to Think Outside The Box and to highlight unconventional methods.

Raising and Communicating with the Dead could help us balance and secure the truth through obtaining new facts, leads and evidence, which have remained hidden or undisclosed. It could help Box Official Liars/Real People responsible for these attacks but also other murders and crimes.

The Communicators will experience Serious Problems in Life .... Raising and Communicating with the Dead means the Communicators have potentially IMMENSE POWER AND INSIGHT.... They are a Serious Threat! Silence Them Before They Spill The Beans......."

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Here are some examples, demonstrating why Raising and Communicating with the Dead is a serious threat and open to condemnation and ridicule.

Example One
We can not interview and interrogate the 9/11 pilots and 7/7 Suicide Bombers because they have disappeared/are dead; so we are told. We have videos as proof for some of the Suicide Bombers as well as evidence collated and disseminated by the Security Services and Police.

Unfortunately many People trust and accept the statements/reports made by their governments, blindly and in fact foolishly as well. When people challenge the statements of governments, they are often ignored and/or accused of a creating a conspiracy/an outrageous fantasy. Not Always!

Example Two
A woman marries three men, one after the other. She walks out on two of them and they continue with their lives. The third man walks out on this woman and he ends up dead in a road accident, before the divorce is finalized. The woman has repeatedly professed to being highly religious - the religious rhetoric is in fact a smokescreen. What really happened?

Example Three
We have relied on evidence provided by Mohammed Al-Fayed and people associated with Princess Diana and Dodi. We know various people including members of the Royal Family, were never interrogated, even though they should have been, given their contact with the national and international grapevine and the blind allegiance of certain people, to the throne. The monarchy could have provided factual information about international attitudes and any warnings they received, delivered to them by government servants and/or other people. A photograph in advance can speak a thousand words! We know Al-Fayed ignored Diana's warnings. We know Clairvoyants /Mediums were written off at the inquest, by those claiming the accident was entirely innocent. Perhaps this accident was known and planned years in advance.

Example Four
Is Bin Laden dead or alive? We rely on the US to authenticate BL's videos and audio. Various stories have circulated over many years, claiming he is dead. Dead or Alive?

Example Five
A diplomat/civil servant is found dead and we are told, it was an act of suicide or caused by ill health. We already know the public statement is false because of issues behind the scenes. We seek to obtain evidence to prove the real cause of death.

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Introduction to Some of The Communicators...

Mediumship is a practice in religious beliefs such as Spiritualism, Spiritism, Espiritismo, Candomblé, Louisiana Voodoo, and Umbanda which is believed by its adherents to be a form of communication with spirits. While the Western movements of Spiritualism and Spiritism account for most Western media exposure, most traditional African and African diasporic traditions include mediumship as a central focus of religious practice.

The term "mediumship" denotes the ability of a person (the medium) to apparently experience contact with spirits of the dead, spirits of immaterial entities, angels, or demons. The medium generally attempts to facilitate communication between non-mediumistic people and spirits who may have messages to share.

A medium may appear to listen to and relate conversations with spirit voices; go into a trance and speak without knowledge of what is being said; allow a spirit to enter their body and speak through it; relay messages from the spirits those who wish to contact them with the help of a physical tool, such as a writing implement.

Spiritualism is a religion founded in part on the writings of the Swedish mystic Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772). It is theistic, postulating a belief in God, but the distinguishing feature is belief that spirits of the dead can be contacted, either by individuals or by gifted or trained "mediums", who can provide information about the afterlife.

Shamanism refers to a range of traditional beliefs and practices concerned with communication with the spirit world. A practitioner of shamanism is known as a shaman. There are many variations of shamanism throughout the world; following are beliefs shared by all forms of shamanism:

Parapsychology is a discipline that seeks to demonstrate the existence and causes of psychic abilities and life after death using the scientific method. Laboratory and field research is conducted by privately funded laboratories and some universities around the world, although there are fewer universities actively sponsoring parapsychological research today than in years past. Such research is usually published in parapsychological publications, and some articles have appeared in more mainstream journals. Experiments have included the use of random number generators to test for evidence of precognition and psychokinesis with both human and animal subjects, sensory-deprivation and Ganzfeld experiments to test for extrasensory perception, and research trials conducted under contract to the United States government to investigate whether remote viewing would provide useful intelligence information.

Parapsychologists study a number of ostensible paranormal phenomena, including but not limited to: Telepathy: Transfer of information on thoughts or feelings between individuals by means other than the five classical senses. Precognition: Perception of information about future places or events before they occur. Clairvoyance: Obtaining information about places or events at remote locations, by means unknown to current science. Psychokinesis: The ability of the mind to influence matter, time, space, or energy by means unknown to current science. Reincarnation: The rebirth of a soul or other non-physical aspect of human consciousness in a new physical body after death. Hauntings: Phenomena often attributed to ghosts and encountered in places a deceased individual is thought to have frequented, or in association with the person's former belongings.

Baptism for the Dead
Baptism for the dead, vicarious baptism or proxy baptism is the religious practice of baptizing a living person on behalf of an individual who is dead; the living person is acting as the deceased person's proxy. So it is with this practice, an individual is baptized to give those beyond the grave the opportunity of baptism by proxy. It has been practiced since 1840 in the Latter Day Saint movement. The practice continues in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where it is also called temple baptism because it is performed only in dedicated temples. The LDS Church teaches that those in the afterlife who have been baptized by proxy are free to accept or reject the ordinance done on their behalf. Baptism on behalf of a deceased individual is not binding if that individual chooses to reject it in the afterlife. This indicates a deceased person can communicate decisions, in the afterlife.

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Other Sources of Information - People who Claim they Already Talk With the Dead

Notable Mediums
Notable mediums have included:
Derek Acorah, Rosemary Altea, Sathya Sai Baba, Clifford Bias, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Emma Hardinge Britten, Sylvia Browne, Edgar Cayce, Andrew Jackson Davis, Jeane Dixon, Allison DuBois, John Edward, Danielle Egnew, Divaldo Pereira Franco, Colin Fry, Elizabeth "Betty" Grant, Esther Hicks, Daniel Dunglas Home, Indriđi Indriđason, Richard Ireland, M. Lamar Keene, JZ Knight, Joseph Kony, Lekhraj Kripalani, Mr. Pibb, Hirday Mohini, Jorge Olguín, Eusapia Palladino, Paschal Beverly Randolph, Jane Roberts, James Van Praagh, Stanisława Tomczyk, David Wells, Lisa Williams, and Chico Xavier.

Someone telling us How to Talk with the Dead - I have been talking to the dead for my entire life and after 6 years of research I have perfected a new technique that, under ideal conditions, is more than 73% successful.My objective is to use this new site to share my technique so that others too may talk to the dead.I call this technique the Grey Walter- Berger Construct which I have named to honor the work of neuro scientists Grey Walter and Hans Berger.

Encyclopaedia of Death and Dying - COMMUNICATION WITH THE DEAD

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.....what followed after 1997 in my life is highly relevant and significant, in particular all of the parties who Perverted the Course of Justice and Law Enforcement. They have completely different identities and motives but are United when it comes to certain Decisions....

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