IPATI Funding Needs and Proposal Details 2018-12-12T15:09:17+00:00

Technology Provides Scientific Evidence of the Afterlife

The use of electronic devices such as audio and video recorders to record voices and images of people in the afterlife (termed Instrumental Transcommunication or ITC) has provided a bridge between our physical reality and the parallel world where it demonstrates that people who have passed away are continuing to live. However, despite mounting evidence from these recordings, notable scientists refuse to study, investigate, or share insights into the hypothesis of survival of consciousness.

IPATI’s proposal is to record and validate afterlife voices and images within controlled protocols that ensure the veracity of the results to once and for all demonstrate the survival of consciousness after bodily death. IPATI seeks to remove discussions of the survival of consciousness from religion into science.

OVERVIEW

 This research project will use audio and video equipment to record the voices and images of the deceased children of 12 families. The participants will be the mothers. Having the mothers validate the recordings will provide evidence the children are living in what we call the afterlife, demonstrating the survival of consciousness after bodily death. To take solace to those in grieving is just half of what ITC may offer. The other half is the possibility of submitting the results achieved in those recordings to a judicious scientific investigation.

 OBJECTIVES

  • The study will seek to lessen the grief of 12 mothers who have lost children by demonstrating to them that their children are alive and well.
  • It will prove scientifically that through the use of electronic devices, we can communicate with the world of those who have passed from the earth plane.
  • It will develop new technologies to enhance the communication, leading to more widespread use of the technology, more developments in using technology for this communication.
  • Results will be widely disseminated, with 1,500 -2,000 pages of digital reports, including all videos, transimages, and voice recordings in 13 e-magazines (1 per each mom/child participant in the project). These are two examples of e-mags published recently by Rinaldi:
 
  • Articles will be submitted to peer-reviewed journals about the results of the research to inform the scientific community and public about the results of the research and conclusions.

RESEARCH PROCEDURES

The research will occur over 12 months. A broad overview of the steps in the study follows:

  1. Select 12 mothers/parents grieving for their children who have passed away. They will be selected based on the severity of their grief and whether the family has a voice recording of the child when he or she was on the earth plane
  2. Prepare the ideal background noise sound source. This sound source has vocal qualities, but has no intelligible words in it. IPATI, Sonia Rinaldi’s research institute, developed software to break and shuffle syllabus to create the background noise from speech recordings. If possible, the background vocal noise will have the same qualities as the child’s voice.
  3. The background noise will be examined by a forensics expert who will ensure the noise has no intelligible words.
  4. The recordings will be done with the mother present or remotely using an online communication service that functions much like a conference call. The mothers will ask questions live that are recorded. When the researchers play the recordings, the child’s answering voice will follow the questions.
  5. The researchers will listen to the recordings carefully, noting all clear replies to the questions. The researchers will note only those replies that are clearly intelligible.
  6. The questions and responses from the child will be typed into a document the family can read. The family will receive the recordings of the questions and responses to follow along with the typed notes. The family will be asked a set of questions to provide data about their assessments of the voices and images.
  7. The audio recordings of the questions and replies will be given to a group of 30 researchers who will individually listen to the recordings and write the words they hear in the replies to the questions. They will also assess the quality of the replies using ratings of “Excellent quality,” “Good quality,” or “Bad quality.”
  8. The sound source and the recording with questions and replies will be timed so the forensic expert can compare the children’s replies sounds to the sound source at the same time interval to ensure the reply words were not in the sound source.
  9. The forensic expert will compare the child’s voice in recordings of the child’s voice made before the child’s passing with the recorded replies. The forensic expert will supply a document with international and academic characteristics to demonstrate the veracity of the communication.
  10. The researchers and forensic expert will review the data to determine whether there is any plausible logical explanation for the replies other than the suggestion that the child was able to bring about the recordings.
  11. The data will be recorded in an e-magazine report with links to the recordings, analyses, and conclusions.
  12. IPATI will submit articles to peer-reviewed journals describing the results of the research.

PERSONNEL

  1. General Coordinator and transcommunicator ~ Responsibilities: Create the agenda; update devices; perform the recordings with the mother and family of the deceased one via Zoom; hire translators, typists for the e-magazine; select volunteers listeners; hire a person to program the text into e-mag format; maintain correspondence with the mothers or parents for witnessing the replies. Work together the foresinc experts to supply all warranties they may need to assure the transparency of each session. Supply the investigators with a variety of resource  and accept their visit and participation during the recordings. Participants’ authorization for the dissemination of the results will be requested to support other parents in a similar condition.
  2. Assistant for all tasks (typing; confirming the agenda; contacting the subjects; following up with the transators and listeners team; following up with the family, and personnel involved in the research; adding the results to the IPATI website.
  3. Engineer for graphics on quality of voices, who will manage the 30 volunteer listeners and summarize the results in graphics
  4. Translator:
  5. Software developer
  6. Video editor
  7. Programmer for building the e-magazines
  8. Forensic experts

ESTIMATED COSTS FOR THE ONE-YEAR DURATION OF THE RESEARCH

  1. General Coordinator and transcommunicator
$ 36,000
  1. Assistant
$ 12,000
  1. Engineer for Graphics on Quality of Voices
$ 2,400
  1. Translator and editor
$ 6,000
  1. Software developer
$ 5,000
  1. Video editor
$ 6,000
  1. Programmer
$ 6,000
  1. Forensic expert’s office
$ 32,000
  1. Stationary, ink, torches, cloths/papers/etc.
$500
  1. Infra-red 4K camera
$ 499
TOTAL $105,800

 

Credentials of Researchers Working with Sonia

Sonia Rinaldi, MSc

Undergraduate in Anglo-Germanic languages (Mackenzie University/São Paulo-SP), MsC in Sciences of Religion (Pontificia Universidade Católica-SP); Co-founder and Research Director of IPATI – Instituto de Pesquisas Avançadas em Transcomunicação Instrumental (Institute of Advanced Research on Instrumental Transcommunication) http://www.ipati.org. International speaker, author and columnist, has been participating in research on Instrumental Transcommunication for over 30 years, getting the best results in the world, both in transimages and voices. Developed novel technologies to record extracorporeal consciousness; pioneer in using computers to record transcontacts; and introduced new devices to the field of transcommunication, such as the telephone, cellular phone, and Skype.
Has 9 e-books published, 16 books, 15 emagazines, (9 on Amazon and 10 on AREI´s website).
Languages: fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

ADMINISTRATION AREA

Marlene Ferreira

Undergraduate in Theology – works in the Institute managing the Marketing area (cares of our website, our Facebook page, places e-books in Amazon, control more than 1.200 volunteers, divulge and sell our publications). Manages translators, cares for correspondence, and organize files.

SCIENTIFIC TEAM

Daniel Nehme Müller, PhD

Undergraduate in Information Technology (Pontifícia Universidade Católica-RGS-1992); (MSc) in Computer Science (UFRGS -1996); and doctorate (PhD) in Computer Science (UFRGS -2006). Currently is project coordinator at Conexum – Computerized Intelligent Systems. Working as a professor at Monteiro Lobato University and at Santo Inácio Technical School. Visitor lecturer at Pedagogical University of Mozambique (UP). Experienced in Computational Sciences, emphasis in Artificial Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence. Develops computerized systems using programming languages such as: C++, Java, PHP, Python, etc.

Marx Ribeiro, MSc

Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering from Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG, 2014); Master of Sciences degree in Mechanics Engineering (Federal University of Santa Catarina- UFSC). Completing is doctorate.

Marcelo Renato Cavaglieri

Graduate by Instituto de Física de São Carlos – USP and Master of Science by Faculdade de Engenharia Mecânica – UNICAMP, has more than 20 years of experience in research and development laboratories, besides helping to create some of them, he worked in several areas of knowledge like refrigeration, performance equipment design, endurance, fluid mechanics, fatigue, durability and thermography, but his greatest expertise is at Acoustics & Vibration field which he had specifically worked by 14 years, working with signal and audio processing and analysis by means of tools like Sound Quality, Audio Spectrum, among others metrics used to sound and general signal characterization and patterns identification.

Office of Investigators and Forensic Experts

Dr. Kleber Thomas

Dr. Thomas’ computer science expertise plays a fundamental role in solving crimes that use the Internet, among other computerized resources such as computers, cell phones and tablets. All work is done on the basis of in-depth examinations, ranging from crime scene analysis on the Internet and storage media, mobile devices, pen drives, cell phones to electronic message tracking, identification and location of web surfers and website.