Sheri Perl explains the procedure she uses to record voices from the afterlife when a parent wants to connect with their children in spirit. The parent calls and Sheri puts the phone up to a recording microphone so the parents can ask their children questions. When Sheri plays back the recording she has made, the child’s response may follow the parent’s question. The responses are often difficult to hear. Sheri shares only those she can verify as clear enough to be heard easily.
Sheri Perl Migdol is an Interfaith Minister, a Spiritual Healer and Adviser and a writer of books about spirituality. Her books have reached and soothed the pain of countless souls all over the planet and she is proficient at both spiritual healing and mediumship relying up the use of Electronic Voice Phenomenon for the Mediumship work.
Sheri began her interest in spiritualism in 1971 when she was desperately seeking a solution to her physical illnesses, which were first diagnosed when she was 16. It took her four years of suffering before she was ready to open her mind to Spiritual Healing at which point in her life she made contact with the famous British Spiritual Healer Harry Edwards and as a result she recovered instantly from both Crohn’s Disease and Hepatitis C, which was what started her interest in spiritualism.
Since that time Sheri has explored many different disciplines with an emphasis on Spiritual Healing and Mediumship, both of which she has developed into full time practices. When someone is need of her services she makes herself available free of charge in order to make the service available to anyone who needs the help that she can offer.
Mrs. Migdol is a Medium with the heart of a healer and that is a rare combination for anyone to have and so her name and her books are widely received and talked about for their information as well as their potential healing properties which is what she intended when she wrote them.
Please feel free to visit her website and read more about this remarkable woman and her work at: sheriperl.com where you can download for free the “The Grieving Parents Handbook” which is a collaborative effort from members of The Prayer Registry, a free service for all bereaved parents.
Linking Parents with Their Children in the Afterlife
Sheri is using Instrumental TransCommunication to record the messages from children who have passed away to their parents. She calls the work “Lost and Found.” Sheri is using the North American Station for transmission and recording the voices on her laptop. The voices are most often one to three words, with some very clear statements and some less clear because of limitations of the signal coming from the Station. This is a very early time in the development of our link to the North American Station on the other side. Anyone who listens to the voices must understand that many are difficult to hear and some can be heard only by a trained ear. We’re expecting the transmissions to be clearer as the Station matures.
Sheri asks parents who want to connect with their children in spirit to call her. She puts the phone up to a recording microphone so the parents can ask their children questions. Sheri records the questions and the background noise. The parent and Sheri don’t hear the child respond at that time. When Sheri plays back the recording she has made, the child’s response may follow the parent’s question. The responses are often difficult to hear. Sheri shares only those she can verify as clear enough to be heard easily.
Example Recordings for Parents
Example recordings follow. You will hear the background noise of vocal nonsense syllables. They’re cut up words people spoke, but there are no whole words in the background noise. Those in spirit transform the meaningless noise into words.
Sheri began to experiment with foreign language background sound based on Portuguese meaningless syllables. She wasn’t sure they could communicate in English with Portuguese syllables. She asked, “Say something to me in English to let me know if I should use this.” You will hear the unmistakable response.
In this clip, Sheri asked her son Danny, in spirit, “Danny, can you say ‘I love you ma’? You will hear his response.
Sheri Perl records voices for parents. She asks them to call in and she records their questions from the phone so their children can answer. In the example that follows, a mother speaking over the phone begins her session with her son in spirit. This is her first statement and the response Sheri and the parent heard when they played back the recording. You will hear the mother say “Hi Sweety” and his immediate response, “Hi mom.”
Another parent on the telephone asks, “Alexandria, are you happy?” You will hear “All of the time.”
A mother asks, “Are you in Heaven.” The answer, “I am.”
A mother asks, “I love you, and I just want to know, do you still love me?” The answer, “I love you.”
In this example, the mother on the telephone says, “Hi Justin, it’s Mom.” You will hear “Hi Mom.”
Sheri wasn’t sure who would come through next, so she said, “My name is Sheri. What’s yours? The response is “Daniel.”
Sheri asks, “Hi, it’s Sheri. Who am I speaking with?” The response is “I’m your son.”
Sheri asks, “How’s everyone doing.” The response is, “Everyone’s happy.”
Sheri asks, “Will you be with me tomorrow at the biopsy?” The response is, “I’m totally there.”
Children in the Afterlife Respond to a Roll Call
Recently, Sheri asked the children of parents she is working with to come through with their names. She has had over 300 responses and is in the process of categorizing them now.
The children also added comments.
Things are great here.
I hear mama.
Sheri experiments with many different sound sources. The following clip was made from an electronic sound source with no human vocal gibberish in it:
“I am Danny”
Sheri experiments using all kinds of different sound sources. Here are some EVPs that were obtained using the sound from her fingernail scratching on the side of her computer near the microphone. She calls this sound source “Finger Scratch.”
“I love you Mommy.”
“Mom, I’m happy.”
“It’s really a hassle.”