Projects Needing Funding
Project 1: Refine the methods being used successfully today so they result in clear, easily accessible recordings of the voices of people living on the next plane of life.
Researchers in communication with people in the afterlife know Instrumental TransCommunication is successful and hold promise of making communication easy and widely available. In the past 100 years, a number of promising technological devices and procedures have been developed that have allowed researchers to record the voices of people living on the next plane of life (Examples). However, the methods have not been fully developed. Today, most have been abandoned. AREI proposes identifying all of the methods that have been developed, having audio technicians and other specialists bring them to full operating capacity, refining them so they communicate successfully with people living on the next plane of life, and disseminating the technology to professionals and the public for use to communicate with loved ones in the life after this life.
The methods being used by researchers such as Sonia Rinaldi and Sheri Perl are working effectively now. They must be refined so they are even more successful and can be easily used by professionals and the public.
- Refined method as used by Sonia Rinaldi and Sheri Perl
- Access to the methods by the general public through dissemination and training
- Validation of the connections by medium corroboration
- 12 months
- Three researchers, 20 hours per week
- Web programmer to develop the training in the methods
Project 2: Discover new methods of receiving and recording voices of people living on the next plane of life.
Because of rapid advances in communication technology today, new devices and methods are likely available that have not yet been discovered. We know that teams of researchers on the next planes of life are actively working to cooperate in helping humankind discover and use these communication devices. AREI will encourage development of instruments using sound, video, and other media by offering grants to developers who believe they have the specifications for a device that will successfully communicate with the afterlife.
- Grant awards for research in new methods of afterlife communication
- Development of at least five new methods of afterlife communication
- Dissemination of procedures and training in the procedures
- 12 months
- Advertising the grant opportunities
- Grants of $5,000 to $25,000 to five researchers
- Six specialists to be trained to train others
Project 3: Train professionals and the public in how to record the voices.
The methods of Instrumental TransCommunication being used today by researchers such as Sonia Rinaldi and Sheri Perl are successful enough that AREI wants to disseminate information about them so more researchers can engage in working with them and members of the public who are able to use them understanding that they must still be refined may make use of them. The methods can be taught easily. They don’t require technology knowledge. The components are equipment people already have, and the additions needed are free. As more people use the technology, individuals will emerge who are talented with the methods and advance our knowledge of their use. Disseminating the information will require video training programs and support.
- Training materials for training people to engage in Instrumental TransCommunication
- Training trainers to teach people how to communicate with loved ones through Instrumental TransCommunication
- Initiation of paid training for the general public
- Assessment of the success of the Instrumental TransCommunication efforts
- 12 months