Procedure for Afterlife Communication with the Stations 2016-07-19T09:59:27-05:00

Sonia Rinaldi is a pioneering Instrumental TransCommunication (ITC) researcher in Brazil who has successfully established a connection with a team of researchers and scientists in another realm. They communicate from what they call the Brazilian Station. People in the afterlife are able to use this Station to transmit signals containing voice patterns that Sonia then records on an ordinary laptop and plays back as audio of the communicators’ voices.

Sonia uses a long-established procedure that includes playing background noise consisting of voices altered so only disjointed syllables can be heard. The result is gibberish that has the qualities of a human voice. The researcher then places a microphone before an audio speaker playing this vocal gibberish, and records the gibberish onto a laptop as questions are spoken into a microphone. If Sonia is connecting a parent with a child on the other side, the parent calls in and asks the questions, and the telephone is held up close to the microphone so the parent’s questions can be recorded together with the vocal gibberish. The researcher and the child’s parents do not hear answers to their questions when they are asking them. Instead, they wait 10 to 20 seconds after asking each question for the Station to send a signal through that contains answers to the questions. The Station does not use the microphone to create the voice responses, since no vocal vibrations travel through the air. Instead, the technicians at the Station are able to insert the electromagnetic pattern of a voice into the audio file after the question, over the recording of gibberish. When the recording is played back, the listener hears the gibberish background, the question the researcher or parent asked, and the answer that was transmitted from the Brazilian Station to Sonia’s laptop.

The answer that comes from the dead communicator could be a single word such as “Available,” or a short phrase or clause like “Available to communicate.” The responses are often heard before the question, since those at the Station are aware of the researcher’s or parent’s thoughts as the question is being formulated so they can easily send the response signal with the answer before the question is verbally asked.

AREI researchers are now replicating Sonia’s work using the procedure. The signals are becoming stronger and people are communicating with loved ones on the next plane of life using it. Over 29 AREI researchers are using the procedure. The instructions for using it are on one of AREI’s websites at