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March 4th 2011

COMMENTARY: 'SHORT-TERM' THINKERS & 'LONG -TERM' PLANNERS: It has always been a fascination for me to observe two distinct classes of people: those who show they have the capacity and the skills to plan long term - and those who live day by day or are very short term planners. Those who start thinking about the greatest event in their life - crossing over, also begin to question what is going to happen to them in the next stage of life. They usually try to find out what information is available so that they can be better prepared.

Against that, we come across the short-term materialist thinkers who are happy to live only in the physical, trying to maximize their circumstances. Some even abuse their positions, are cruel to others and even cheat and lie to attain their materialistic objectives mistakenly thinking that they're NOT going to be accountable.

That is why we need to do whatever we can to tell everyone around the world that there is evidence for afterlife and that the evidence tells us that the afterlife has HUGE consequences.
Short-term thinking can get people into serious trouble for eons of time - by our earth's time - on crossing over.

The more we read about the afterlife the better equipped we are to have a very smooth, easy, beautiful, heavenly transition and reach the glorious Realm of the Light.

In his recent Perrott-Warrick Lecture, (February 9th. 2011), Dr. Rupert Sheldrake talks about how he was typical of his atheistic scientific colleagues who ridiculed the existence of psychic phenomena until an older scientist took him aside and invited him to examine the evidence for telepathy. (Thanks to Kevin Jones for the link).

AN ASPECT OF THE AFTERLIFE - not 'traditional' heaven - directly from the afterlife:
"Your society's (traditional) definition of heaven is a gross misrepresentation. Heaven sounds like a deathly boring place to be, and I for one wouldn't be caught dead there. All the residents of these spirit realms have well developed senses of humor, just like you do, perhaps more so. Our humor is never sarcastic or at the expense of someone else. There are many ironies to laugh over and much spirited interchange among us all." (AND) "You have a lot to look forward to. But don't try to hurry over here. Life in the spirit realms cannot substitute for your earthly experiences. Each living holds invaluable lessons for you and great joy in the process. Be heartened that man/woman is immortal. You do not die when your physical body does. You are as enduring as the stars. Even more so." (from Beyond the Veil, Judy Laddon)

We've come a long way since 1988 thanks in part to the tireless research of PMH Atwater. Here she is most persuasive in rebutting the arguments of the skeptics- the same ones that they use today 23 years later.

The worldwide debut of Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story will occur March 5, with a talk by P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., from 1 to 4 pm, at Unity Church, 2825 Hydraulic Circle, Charlottesville,VA. Sponsored by the A.R.E., details are available from Joanne DiMaggio – are.cville@gmail.com.
PMH writes: " The purpose of this book is to establish through actual, original fieldwork, that the near-death experience is not some kind of anomaly, but is rather part of the larger genre of transformations of consciousness. It goes on to show what transformations of consciousness are, why we have them, why we crave them, where they lead us, and what they are for. (And it’s not what you think.) Count on it – this book will be controversial."
Purchase here.

I receive so many emails over the years from people who suffer from crippling fears. Here is a transmission by highly credible 'S Birch' directly from the afterlife (S.B Anthology chapter 9).
"Never allow fear to find a lodgment within your being. It is a negative quality which destroys, vitiates and saps. It impairs your judgment; it clouds your reason; it prevents you from seeing issues clearly. There is no problem that comes to any soul which you are incapable of solving. There is no difficulty that you cannot conquer-if you would but allow the latent divinity to rise to the surface."

MOVIE STARS 'IN MEMORIAM' - LAST 12 MONTHS: A most nostalgic aspect of the Academy Awards in the U.S. is the 'in memoriam' section where we are shown those who in the movie industry crossed over during the last 12 months. Many were shown against the evocative music 'Smile'. Their passing is a constant reminder that we all have to make that journey! Amongst those favorite movie stars who crossed over: Tony Curtis (pictured left above), Leslie Nielson (right), Patricia Neal, Anne Francis, Susannah York (right, below), Dennis Hopper, Blake Edwards, Robert Culp, Lyn Redgrave, Pete Postlethwaite, Lena Horne
(left ) and many others who worked behind the camera. One interesting message left to us by singer Lena Horne - who had a challenging life "It's not the load that breaks you down, It's the way you carry it."

QUESTION: "My dear wife who was a good woman, died 3 months ago. I miss her very much. I'd like to talk to her. How can I do that? J.M.

Of course, I can't tell you to "use the phone to ring her up to talk to her" ... that's not possible. She is physically dead but she is alive in the spirit world. You said she was a good woman - which tells me that she was met by a dear one she knows and trusts who helped her to go to the Realm of the Light. True, if there is a heart to heart connection it is possible for her to visit you regularly. So regularly, find a quiet place, have her picture near you, perhaps light a candle and mentally tell her that you love her and that one day there will be a wonderful reunion with her. Remember also that highly credible information transmitted from the afterlife tells us that we get out of our body to meet loved ones - so you do see her regularly. But that memory is in the mind, not in the brain. Some people can actually remember these visits to the afterlife dimension.


Recent research shows that people who die make their presence know in a number of ways. These include:
(1) Sensing their presence
(2) Hearing their voice
(3) Feeling their touch
(4) Smelling them
(5) Seeing them as if they were real
(6) Seeing a flat vision of them like a photo
(7) Experiencing one of these while half-asleep
(8) Having a visit in a dream- but the dream is unusually vivid and you do not forget it like a normal dream
(9) Having an out-of-body experience and meeting them
(10) Receiving a telephone call from the person who died (two-way conversations have actually been reported.)
(11) Experiencing electrical appliances such as lights, TVs, and radios going on and off
(12) Receiving a symbolic message, sign, meaningful coincidence, or synchronicity
Read more ... .

an inspirational short digital story by
Sandra Champlain invites you to see the death of a loved one from the larger perspective..watch here.


Alec Harris was a brilliant Welsh materialization medium who died in 1974. According to a report in Psychic News (August 1946) by Maurice Barbanell at the seance he attended there were thirty different materialized figures clearly seen in good red light. The figures walked about ten feet from the cabinet where the medium could clearly be seen sitting in trance. They had long conversations with their loved ones in many different languages not known by the medium. Sir Alexander Cannon claimed that he had conversed with two Tibetans in their ancient language. Professor T.J. Haarhoff claimed that he spoke with someone in Ancient Greek and discussed something that had happened in an earlier seance in South Africa. Read more about Alex Harris' mediumship.

One of our subscribers, Chris H. writes:
"I recently watched a movie titled "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" with the actors Jon Voight and Ellen Burstyn and was very entertained as well as deeply touched by this movie, recommending it to all of our ilk. It is one of those movies that can make me cry."
The theme of the story is that no life is a waste, no matter how seemingly insignificant, that there are no random acts, because all are connected and that
peace, learning and growth await us on the Other Side. You can buy the DVD from Amazon.com for less than the price of a movie. The reviews look great.

why not order through the pages of one of the afterlife research organizations we support. It costs no more and gives them a much needed income.
Forever Family Foundation
Windbridge Institute

priests lose faith in the Church” : Many priests, hugely disappointed, feel betrayed, feel abandoned – and don’t believe anymore. “ONE priest said he learnt more about God from Alcoholics Anonymous meetings than the Catholic Church. Another compared the fervor of World Youth Day to the Hitler Youth. And a 47-year-old, whose only ambition had been to be a priest, said: ''Given the state of the church today, I look forward to the night when I go to sleep and just don't wake up again." Such were the varied, often frank and sometimes bleak views of Australia's Catholic clergy revealed in an anonymous survey.” The Charles Sturt University academics Chris McGillion and John O'Carroll approached 1550 active and 160 retired priests for their views on their lives and their church, and 542 took part in the written survey. The results, plus 50 face-to-face interviews, were the basis of their book Our Fathers, which revealed that many thought the Vatican was out of touch, bishops were bad managers and the future of the church was a cause of great concern. Read more …

JOSEPH DONE'S LINKS- for afterlife researchers
We previously featured a list of articles and books reader Joseph Done had assembled about the afterlife for his family. Another reader asked Joseph to share more about his online sources. Joseph kindly checked his list of favorites on his computer and we have added the links to the bottom of the list he originally gave us.

IF YOU COULD SHRINK THE WORLD TO A VILLAGE OF 100 people- This is an update on an email that did the rounds many years ago. It reminds us of the appalling inequality and that those of us who can read this report have so much to be grateful for.



Kevin Lawrenson writes that he and Tom Morris are halfway through their tour of Australia having completed several sittings in Sydney and Melbourne. Apart from the heat of summer in Sydney (from -5 in France to 40 degrees+ here) they seem to have been having a great time as you can see from the photos... You can listen to the audio recordings of their demonstrations on their website. Listen to audio recordings

[ Thursday 7 PM Eastern/ 4PM Pacific - Friday 11am Sydney- London midnight]
Portals to the Other Side- Can Psychomanteums be used to facilitate spirit communication? Psychomanteums (Oracles of the Dead) were used in ancient Greece as a means by which people kept in touch with their deceased loved ones. The process is based upon sensory deprivation, and modern day versions of these chambers are in use and under scrutiny by researchers. Bob, Phran, and Melissa have all entered a psychomanteum several times and will discuss their experiences.
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1) Victor thanks again for all the information you present in your newsletter and all the people you present on video. Les.

2) Hello Victor and Wendy, Thank you as always for all the interesting items in your reports. Judith.

3) Hi Victor, my name is Jimmy and I am a massive fan of what you are doing... Jimmy.

4) HELLO VICTOR: Thank you very much and continued best wishes to you on your very important work. J.

5) Dear Victor, After visiting the following great and well-balanced website, I would like to see it featured in the Friday Afterlife Report. Thank you! http://www.scienceagainstevolution.org

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opens our heart and for some precious moments makes us forget our problems. Here is a most highly inspirational song - one of the greatest songs ever written - associated with that comic genius Charles Chaplin (who wrote the music) - still a favorite with the great singers of to-day: The version chosen is by Nat King Cole who shows he has the depth to convey the meaning of the very sensitive lyrics of SMILE.

Smile though your heart is aching
Smile even though it's breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
If you smile through your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
You'll see the sun come shining through for you

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near
That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying?
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile

That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying?
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile

Words by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons and music by Charles Chaplin

Disclaimer: Whilst we encourage and we publish many papers and reports by afterlife researchers, we are not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of all claims. We accept the imputed claim that the afterlife and paranormal research done by the researchers is done in good faith.