Recording Voices and Images from the Afterlife and Voices from People’s Minds
Sonia Rinaldi’s Research
Brazilian researcher, Sonia Rinaldi, M.S., is helping people connect with loved ones in the afterlife by recording their voices. Her discoveries are relieving grief, demonstrating to people that their loved ones are alive and well, and changing people’s lives. Sonia is also recording voices of people on the earth plane unable to communicate because of limitations such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, ALS, and profound nonverbal autism. In addition, she has video recorded the images of deceased people and pets.
Sonia has been recording the voices since 2001, relieving people’s grief and showing them we are eternal beings having a physical experience.
To date, Sonia has
- Recorded the voices of deceased children answering questions asked by their parents
- Recorded the voices of adults in the afterlife
- Recorded the voices of the entities in the other realms who are making the communications possible
- Recorded utterances from the minds of people unable to communicate because of
- severe nonverbal autism
- Recorded the spirit of an unborn child
- Video recorded the images of adults, children, and pets in the afterlife
Value of Sonia’s Advancements
Having audio and video recordings of people living in the afterlife alleviates the bereavement of parents, spouses, and other loved ones grieving for someone who has died. The tangible records of people now living in the afterlife demonstrate that life continues after the body dies. That realization changes the people who hear and see their deceased loved ones, and it changes their attitude toward the normal life transition called death. The procedure is easily learned, so professionals and the public can learn how to record voices and images of loved ones. As more people experience connecting with loved ones in this way, and as the audio and video recordings are broadcast and disseminated, people will come to realize the fact that life doesn’t end at the transition from the earth. That realization will change people’s attitudes toward themselves and others, and eventually it will change humankind.
The ability to record the messages from people who are nonverbal, such as people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, ALS, nonverbal autism, coma conditions, and other maladies will allow them to communicate with family and caregivers. Every healthcare facility can have the ability to communicate with people who are unable to communicate through normal means.
Examples of Sonia’s Work
Brief examples of the audio and image recordings Sonia has made follow. Links to more detail about the types of recordings follow each example.
Recordings of Children in the Afterlife
Sonia is able to record crystal clear voices of children speaking from the afterlife. In one month, Sonia has connected as many as 163 parents with their children in the afterlife realm. Each session has contained up to 200 answers to questions the parents ask their children.
In the recording that follows, Sonia is helping a mother link with her daughter in spirit. Sonia asks the little girl a question, and the little girl responds:
Sonia: “Would you like to leave a message to your mother?”
Little girl: “Mommy, I can talk.”
Recordings of Adults in the Afterlife
In the following sample, Sonia connected with Craig Hogan’s mother. As is often the case, Craig’s mother answered the question before Sonia asked it. They have explained that they don’t need the spoken words. They get the questions telepathically, so when Sonia thought of the question before asking it, Craig’s mother gave her response.
Sonia: “Can Mrs. Rosemary say something to Craig?”
Recording Images of People in the Afterlife
Sonia is also recording video and still images, called transimages, of people from other realms of life, including what we call the afterlife. She moves any reflective or filmy surface, such as a screen or shiny fabric, in random ways so the surface reflects light in varying shapes. She video records the moving fabric and reviews the video frame by frame. In some frames, an image appears. When she was recording Craig’s mother in preparation for the 2014 conference, she also recorded an image of her. Below are two examples. The image she captured are presented with photographs of the person. The first is the image she captured of Craig Hogan’s mother and a photograph of her. The other is a picture of Murray Millar, wife of Betty Anne Millar, and the image Sonia captured of him.
Recording Images Using an Inverted Pyramid Device
Sonia has recently been experimenting with using an inverted pyramid device that produces holographic images. Below is the device and two examples of images she captured of deceased people.
Recording Images from a Television Screen
Sonia has also found that the teams on the other side are projecting images to her television. Below are images of unknown people that have been appearing on her television. Whether they are deceased people or not she has not yet been able to ascertain.
Recording Messages from People Unable to Communicate Verbally
Sonia has been performing experiments in an effort to communicate with the consciousness of people still alive on the earth plane who have physical disabilities that keep them from communicating using normal modes. The person’s consciousness apart from the body is normal and able to communicate clearly. She has communicated successfully with the normal consciousness of a non-verbal autistic girl, an Alzheimer’s patient, a person with senile dementia, a person with ALS, and a person with no physical disabilities while the person was sleeping. Sonia has 20 physicians and nurses engaged in the research within hospitals.
Successful Connection with the Mind of a Non-verbal Autistic girl
The account of a successful attempt to communicate with a person unable to communicate normally due to physical limitations is available for downloading. The description of the case follows:’
An 11-year-old girl named Malu was diagnosed as non-verbal autistic. Sonia intended to communicate with her mind while Malu was asleep through the use of Instrumental TransCommunication. The communication would go through the same Brazilian Transmitting Station Sonia had been using to successfully communicate with people who had passed away. The result of the experiment was that she was able to communicate with Malu’s mind while she was asleep. Read the account of the study.
A brief segment from the ITC interviews Sonia has done with Malu follows. You will hear Sonia’s adult voice in Portuguese. The other voice is the child’s. The recordings are clear, and the child, who is unable to communicate in her normal state, communicates clearly when her mind is engaged in the conversation and her body is sleeping.
|14||Sonia: – “Can you can talk to aunt Sonia?”
Malu: – “I came there!”
Sonia: – “Você pode falar com a tia Sonia?
Malu: -“Eu venho aí!”
|15||Malu: – “I say: mom and you are arriving!”
Sonia: -“Are you aside those people…so beautiful?”
Malu: -“Eu falo está chegando mãe e você!”
Sonia: – “Você está do lado destas pessoas tão bonitas?”
|16||Malu: – “I am standing! I am incarnate!”
Comment: very important confirmation that she is alive.
Malu: -“Tô em pé, tô encarnada!”
|17||Malu: – “I will make contact with you!”
Malu: -“Vou te fazer contato!”
Recording Messages from an Unborn Child
In mid-November, 2016, Sonia’s sister-in-law, Maria Helena, called Sonia, extremely worried because her daughter, Maria Julia, was two and a half months pregnant, but her labs exams showed Maria Julia was inflicted with the Zika virus. If so, she would be permitted to have an abortion, since there is a great chance the baby would be born with microcephaly, a condition in which the head is smaller than normal, so the brain does not develop properly.
Sonia decided to use the ITC procedure she had used with people in the afterlife and nonverbal people such as a nonverbal autistic child to record the following people giving their insights about the baby’s likelihood of having birth defects from the virus, hoping that one or more would have knowledge of the baby’s condition:
- The Brazilian TransCommunication Station’s coordinators
- Sonia’s deceased husband, Fernando
- The unborn child
The effort was successful. A short segment in which the unborn child speaks follows:
|13||Sonia: -“Oi Bebê!
Bebê: -“Já disse é família! ”
Sonia: -“Hi Baby!”
Baby: -“Already said… it is family!”
I start speaking to the baby himself. As I didn´t know if he had a name already, I just called him “Baby.” His first replies confirm the intuition that he was already member of the family. Maybe Maria Julia´s grandpa (but not confirmed yet).
|14||Sonia: -“Pode falar o seu nome?”
Bebê: -“O nome Dudu … não quer acreditar!”
Sonia: -“Can you give me your name?”
Baby: – “The name (is) Dudu. You don´t want to believe!”
This is possibly the most important audio of this recording because the day after I recorded it, I talked by phone with Maria Helena, and only then I asked if the family was already thinking of any name for the child. She then told me something very curious: she said that Maria Julia chose the name “Fernando” for the baby. However, she has a little five-year-old daughter, Paula, who since last year has said her brother Eduardo will come. Maria Julia didn’t pay much attention to it, thinking it was just the imagination of the girl. After she discovered that she was pregnant, every time that she talked to Paula about the baby, she said she would use the name “Fernando,” and Paula would insist that the name was wrong; he was “Eduardo,” as if she knew him already. So this reply, when I ask if he could say his name he said, “The name is Dudu (traditional nickname for Eduardo), but you don´t believe!” This shows that the baby was aware that Maria Julia was not trusting what Paula was telling her.
|15||Bebê: -“Pai, é pra ser o amigo!”
Baby: – “Dad, it’s to be the friend!”
The baby mentioned that a father has to be a friend.
Full Account of the Effort to Connect with the Unborn Baby
The full account of the effort is at this link: Connecting with an unborn child
Video with Sonia Providing Examples of Recordings
The AREI Virtual ITC Facebook page has a video posted by Ron Ruiz of iDigitalMedia of Sonia providing examples of the voices she has recorded: https://www.facebook.com/arizona.evp/videos/1688295441435478/
Future Advancements with Funding
Funding for her research and development will allow Sonia to make advancements in afterlife communication and communication with nonverbal people, and will allow her to teach professionals and the public how to use technology to communicate with people’s loved ones in the afterlife. In the near future, hospitals, Alzheimer’s facilities, and treatment facilities for other maladies the preclude patients from communicating will have the equipment on site and people trained in the procedure. They will make patients’ lives more comfortable and convey messages from nonverbal people to doctors and anxious family members.
Sonia will refine her methods of recording voices and images to demonstrate to humankind that life continues through the transition of form called death. Loved ones and others will communicate freely, changing the perspectives of ordinary people, criminals, gang members, potential suicides, business leaders, and governmental leaders. The result will be a change in humankind.
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 (6 in Amazon), 16 books, 6 emagazines, etc.
Languages: fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish.
Undergraduate in Theology – works in our 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). Cares of correspondences and organize our files.
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).
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.
Karin Shmidt Massaro, PhD
Medical School: Faculdade de Ciências Médicas de Santos -1989; Master’s in Medical Science (Medical School at the University of São Paulo -2007) and PhD in Haematology (Medical School at the University of São Paulo – 2013); Currently is the Scientific Director at Fanem Ind. and works as a physician at the Santa Catarina Hospital – SP.
Ana Claudia Castro
BS degree in Chemical Engineering – University of Bahia, Brazil
Master Degree in – “Management & Technical-Economical Optimization for Chemical Industry”, Societá Di Gestione Studi e Tecnologie Avanzate – Sogesta (Urbino – Italy).
Master Degree in Chemical Engineering, University of Bahia, Brazil
Green Belt Project Leader – US
Project Manager Professional – Project Management Institute (US)
EEG Technician – Houston
Neurodiagnostics Associate – Houston
Currently working on her graduation to become Physician Assistant – Houston
Dr. Ricardo de Campos
BS in Medicine – Medicine School of Catanduva, Brazil
Board-certified in internal medicine – Secretaria Estadual de Saúde, Brasília , Brazil
Board-certified in Neurology –Federal University of Parana, Brazil
Master Degree in Health Sciences – in progress, Brazil
Dr. Andrei Mousasticoshvily, ND, MS, LAc
Bachelor of Science in Biology – Virginia Commonwealth University
Masters of Science in Acupuncture /Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine – Bastyr University
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine – Chengdu University, China
Projects Needing Funding
Project 1: Development and Dissemination of Training in Instrumental TransCommunication Procedure
In this first project, Sonia’s team will develop training materials to help people learn the methods she has developed to record audio and video of people in the afterlife. AREI will support development of the training, dissemination of the resulting materials, and performing training.
The detailed proposal and funding line items will be made available.
Project 2: Verified Evidence of the Communication of Non-verbal Patients: Giving a Voice to Those Who Cannot Speak
Sonia will verify that using Instrumental Transcommunication techniques, it is possible to record a conversation with an extra-corporeal consciousness in voices. This proposal is to perform the recordings within the facilities of Hospital das Casas André Luiz (http://casasandreluiz.com.br/especialidades-atendimentos/), with the patients in treatment for severe neurological pathologies. The methods will be tested initially with a group of 15 patients who have similar pathologies (coma, vegetative state, bearer of Sclerosis, etc.).
Each team will be responsible for the following duties:
EXPERIMENTAL TEAM – Will perform the recordings using all possible modern technologies, such as computers, telephones, and video. This team will follow a methodology that will establish systems of recording in rigorous controls, respecting the premises and recommendations of forensic sciences.
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION TEAM – Will seek to prove the authenticity of the audios answers recorded with the patients, using the resources and practices of forensic sciences as methodological ground, providing credibility to prove the occurrence of interferences of unknown origins. They will also develop software that will provide background noise that is unintelligible, random, and auditable – thus making it impossible to commit any sort of fraud. The scientific investigation team (engineers, physicists and computer scientists) will also be responsible for creating technical reports, statistic studies, and comparisons to validate (or invalidate) the phenomenon. In addition, they will be responsible for forensic examinations, such as authenticity, integrality, identification of the speaker and searching for anomalies. Our theory on the occurrence of this phenomenon, which follows the line of the Theory of Granular Synthesis (http://www.sfu.ca/~truax/gran.html) also will be tested by physicists.
MEDICAL TEAM – Composed of professionals from several fields of expertise, this team will help select patients using clinical data. One of the main functions of this team is to perform exams during the recordings, such as polysomnography or functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). A follow up in the days after the recordings will determine whether any change was observed – both in clinical and behavioral terms. The exams will determine whether, during the recordings, the patient had visible change in his/her brain activity while out of the physical body.
The detailed proposal and funding line items will be made available.