Tuesday

Jaimela and her daughter Charlie get a direct message from the afterlife - live on camera.


Okay, as you know, I've been researching the afterlife through past life hypnosis, near death experiences, and other first person accounts of seeing or hearing from relatives on the Flipside.  I've filmed 25 sessions where people claim they're seeing people, holding their hand or talking to their relatives on the other side now for six years.

Rarely is there a case where a young girl gives a message from her great grandmother live on camera.

In our own home, our two year old daughter came running in from the kitchen one day to announce "Grandpa's in the kitchen!"

I stopped my instinct to leap up from the couch and run and look.  I know my father has come to visit me - but I can't see him, I can just hear him.  It's rare, but here was our 2 1/2 year old announcing that she had just "seen him" in the kitchen.

I looked at Sherry, my wife, who was holding a sleeping boy, who was about 3 or 4 months old, Our son.

I said to our daughter, trying not to betray the emotion in my head and calmly said "Oh is he?  Why has he come here?"

She said "To see the baby!" and nodded over to her little brother.

I paused a second, and asked "Does he have any message for us?"  She said "He says "I love you very much..." and then she looked around out our kid cluttered apartment and said "and to say that "you guys need a bigger home."

I laughed, because it was just the sort of thing my architect father would have said, and was specific to his point of view of our place. Cluttered, but home.

I came across this clip the other day and have contacted the mom to let her know how common this occurrence is, as well as to ignore those who post on her page to "debunk" or otherwise denigrate the experience.  I pointed out that it's like arguing about gravity - although science can't show us a graviton, or exactly what gravity is, they can't define consciousness either.

So I post this clip here for your enjoyment.  It's rare and fun to watch.  The mom has a blog sponsored by Keurig, and has already had 5 million views of this clip in just a few days. Her blog is #CAWFEETAWK

You want some proof of the afterlife?  Yeah, we got that for you too.



Saturday

Proof of Life After Death Part 3 Mysterious voice in Utah rescue


Allow me to begin by saying that I've heard or reported on a number of "mysterious voices" that came from nowhere to save lives in my books "Flipside" and "It's a Wonderful Afterlife."

One in particular was Harvard/Yale PhD Gary Schwartz's own experience where a "mysterious voice" told him to put on his seatbelt moments before it saved his life in a crash.  I cite the example of Chris Elliot, comedian, who heard a voice say "Wake up skylark!" just prior to watching his niece tumble off the end of a table, where he caught her.  I pointed out to Chris the origin of the term "skylark."  In my own life, I clearly heard my father speak to me after his passing, giving me a list of people he said he was presently with - the names were of friends of his who died in WWII whom I had never heard of, but my mom confirmed were his pals.

So I'm convinced, based on my research, beyond a shadow of doubt that the afterlife exists.  And beyond that, there's a between lives realm where we all return "home" and work out our next incarnation.

Be that as it may.

Some years ago I was called upon as an expert witness in a trial where the key piece of evidence was from a security camera that I was asked to examine.  I blew up the footage, slowed it down, pieced it together and showed clearly what had happened in the video - which from a taped perspective was about a quarter mile away.  But by zooming and slowing down, and highlighting the various parts of the tape, I was able to demonstrate what happened.  I was certified as an expert witness in the case.  

So I have some experience examining filmed "evidence."

So I examined closely the "mysterious voice" heard during the rescue of this baby Lily in Utah.  (I've also contributed a small amount to her recovery, I encourage everyone reading this to do so, it's on the gofundme.com website - Jennifer and Lily.)

In my opinion, what the policemen heard is not what's indicated on the tape.

I learned something from Gary Schwartz, who is a scientist first and foremost.  And he's repeated it a number of times to me.  "It's data. Put it on the table."  We can't hope that data shows us an outcome, we can only hope that data will show us to an outcome.  And in this case, I think the policemen, heroes all, may have misheard what they thought they heard.  My two cents.

Again - if it's research that shows there's an afterlife, it's worth examining.  If it showed the opposite I'd report that as well.  I think there's quite a bit of it out there if people have an open mind about it.  And that's how I approached this account as well - with an open mind.  Hope you do as well!


Friday

Proof of Life After Death Part 2


Being a film maker, sometimes I'm asked to use my equipment to enhance video or sound for a particular reason.  A few years back, I was sent footage from a crime scene and asked to examine it with my forensic tools - which I zoomed in, slowed down and blew up so the court could hear and see more clearly what happened.  I was officially deemed an "expert witness" in the case.

Here's the CNN clip:


So I've downloaded this film, and I am in the process of examining it.  I'm sending it to a forensic audio unit which can examine audio on a variety of levels and settings to see if they can locate the source of this voice on the audio track.


It happens around the 1:50 mark, after the officer calls for "Meadows" - there's a sound, and he responds to it.

But you can clearly hear "something."  To my trained ears it does not sound like it's coming from inside the car.  I say that because I've listened to a lot of audio tracks, trying to synch lips to lost sound track or trying to match sound to lips, and it's important to "recreate" what it sounds like outside.


However, the police officer responds to the voice that he hears, as if the voice is coming from the car.  The only way to triangulate this audio would be to get the audio from another policeman's uniform and examine it as well.


But did the policeman hear a voice?  Yes.  Can the voice be heard on this audio?  Well it's not clear that it is a voice - but there is some kind of sound that can be heard the comes just prior to the policeman saying "We're coming!"


There's a show on National Geographic channel called "Brain Games" where they took an audio file and scrambled it so it was unintelligible.  And they surveyed a group of people who could not understand a word from it.  And then, they played the tape unadulterated, so you could hear what had originally been said.  Then they played the "scrambled" tape again, and the audience, and everyone in the survey could clearly understand the sentence, even though only moments earlier it had been entirely unintelligible.


In fact, you can't "unhear" the audio after your brain has unscrambled it.  It's as if the dots have been connected in your brain, and they can't be disconnected upon further review.  So I'm going to examine this audio with my equipment, with the equipment from a forensic expert (I wish CNN would do the same) and report back what I can discern.  And let's see if we can't verify that this voice is coming from the "Flipside."


Won't that be fun?




Thursday

"I Used to Be Somebody Else"


Boy Remembers Previous Lifetime

I met and discussed this and other cases with Jim Tucker who examined this case in his book "Return to Life." Dr Tucker (from UVA) is a scientist and a skeptic in the true sense of the word. He is thorough and leaves no stone unturned. So he's the lead guy in this case, which falls in line with the research Ive been filming the past 6 years. The question is, why did he choose his previous life, why did he choose this one, and what do the two have in common? Eventually we'll be discussing the arc of many lifetimes to understand someone's path and journey.

FROM TODAY.COM

'Return To Life': How some children have memories of reincarnation

It’s not unusual for little boys to have vivid imaginations, but Ryan’s stories were truly legendary. His mother Cyndi said it all began with horrible nightmares when he was 4 years old. Then when he was 5 years old, he confided in her one evening before bed.

“He said mom, I have something I need to tell you,” she told TODAY. “I used to be somebody else.” The preschooler would then talk about “going home” to Hollywood, and would cry for his mother to take him there. His mother said he would tell stories about meeting stars like Rita Hayworth, traveling overseas on lavish vacations, dancing on Broadway, and working for an agency where people would change their names.

She said her son even recalled that the street he lived on had the word “rock” in it.


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Dr. Jim Tucker with boy and his mom
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“His stories were so detailed and they were so extensive, that it just wasn’t like a child could have made it up,” she said. Cyndi said she was raised Baptist and had never really thought about reincarnation. So she decided to keep her son’s “memories” a secret— even from her own husband.

Privately, she checked out books about Hollywood from the local library, hoping something inside would help her son make sense of his strange memories and help her son cope with his sometimes troubling “memories.”

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“Then we found the picture, and it changed everything,” she said.
That photo, in one of the books from the library, was a publicity shot from the 1932 movie “Night After Night,” starring Mae West in her film debut.
“She turns to the page in the book, and I say ‘that’s me, that’s who I was,’ Ryan remembers.

Cyndi said she was shocked, and only more confused, because the man Ryan pointed to was an extra in the film, with no spoken lines.
But finally she had a face to match to her son’s strange “memories,” giving her the courage to ask someone for help.

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That someone was Dr. Jim Tucker, M.D., the Bonner-Lowry Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia. 

The child psychiatrist has spent more than a decade studying the cases of children, usually between the ages of 2 and 6 years old, who say they remember a past life. 

In his book, “Return To Life,” Tucker details some of the American cases he has studied over the years, including Ryan's.“These cases demand an explanation,” Tucker said, “We can’t just write them off or explain them away as just some sort of normal cultural thing.”

Tucker’s office contains the files of more than 2,500 children— cases accumulated from all over the world by his predecessor, Ian Stevenson. Stevenson, who died in 2007, began investigating the strange phenomena back in 1961, and kept detailed interviews and evidence on each case.

Tucker has painstakingly coded the handwritten files, discovering intriguing patterns. For instance, 70 percent of the children say they died violent or unexpected deaths in their previous lives, and males account for 73 percent of those deaths— mirroring the statistics of those who die of unnatural causes in the general population.

“There’d be no way to orchestrate that statistic with over 2,000 cases,” Tucker said.

Tucker said the majority of children he has investigated say they remember average lives— rarely do they claim memories of someone famous. He said Ryan’s case is one of his most unusual because of the incredible detail he was able to provide. Tucker, with help from researchers working on a documentary tried to identify the man Ryan pointed to in the book about Hollywood.
After weeks of research, a film archivist combing through original production materials for the movie “Night After Night” was able to confirm who he was. His name, Marty Martyn, a former movie extra who later became a powerful Hollywood agent and died in 1964.

“If you look at a picture of a guy with no lines in a movie, and then tell me about his life, I don’t think many of us would have come up with Marty Martyn’s life,” Tucker said, “Yet Ryan provided many details that really did fit with his life.”

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After digging through old records— almost none of them available on the internet, and tracking down Martyn’s own daughter, Tucker was able to confirm 55 details Ryan gave about his life.

It turns out Martyn wasn’t just a movie extra. Just as Ryan said, he had also danced on Broadway, traveled overseas to Paris, and worked at an agency where stage names were often created for new clients.

Tucker also discovered Ryan’s claim that he lived on the street with the word “rock” in it was nearly spot on— Martyn lived at 825 North Roxbury Dr. in Beverly Hills. Tucker was also able to confirm other obscure facts that Ryan gave— how many children Martyn had, how many times he was married, even how many sisters he had. While Martyn’s own daughter grew up thinking her father had just one sister— Tucker was able to confirm he actually had two, again, just as Ryan claimed.

Dr. Tucker’s research is not without critics. When his work was recently featured in The University Of Virginia Magazine, some readers shared their outrage in the comments section. One reader wrote he was “appalled” that this kind of work is being done at the university. Another called Tucker’s research “pseudoscience.” 

Tucker said he’s only trying to apply the rules of science to the mystery of reincarnation. Even with Ryan’s case, there was one fact the detailed obsessed scientist thought the little boy had wrong.
“He said he didn’t see why God would let you get to be 61 and then make you come back as a baby,” Tucker said.

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That statement seemed to be incorrect because Martyn’s death certificate listed his age as 59 years old when he died. But as Tucker dug deeper, he was able to uncover census records showing Martyn was In fact born in 1903 and not 1905, meaning Ryan’s statement — not his official death certificate— was indeed correct. Now that Ryan is 10 years old, he said his memories of Marty Martyn’s life are fading, which Dr. Tucker said is typical as children get older. Ryan said while he he’s glad he had the experience, he’s also happy to put to move on, and just be a kid.


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‘I used to be somebody else,’ Oklahoma boy talks about past life in Hollywood

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – An Oklahoma boy is causing skeptics to take a closer look at their beliefs related to life after death. Cyndi Hammons says it all started when Ryan was just 4-years-old. He would wake from horrible nightmares. When he was 5-years-old, he told her something unbelievable before going to bed.




The then-preschooler would talk about ‘going home’ to Hollywood, meeting stars like Rita Hayworth, traveling to Paris, dancing on Broadway and working for an agency where people would change their names. “His stories were so detailed and they were so extensive, that it just wasn’t like a child could have made it up,” she said. Cyndi began researching Hollywood, hoping to make sense of her son’s strange ‘memories.’


“Then we found the picture and it changed everything,” she said. “She turns to the page in the book, and I say, ‘That’s me, that’s who I was,” Ryan told TODAY. The photo was from the 1932 movie “Night After Night.” Cyndi says she was even more confused because the man Ryan pointed to was an extra in the film. She turned to Dr. Jim Tucker, an associate professor of psychiatry and neurobehavioral sciences at the University of Virginia.


After weeks of research, the family found out the man’s name was Marty Martyn, a former movie extra who later became a powerful Hollywood agent. “If you look at a picture of a guy with no lines in a movie, and then tell me about his life, I don’t think many of us would have come up with Marty Martyn’s life,” Tucker said. “Yet Ryan provided many details that really did fit with his life.”

Tucker was able to confirm 55 specific details Ryan gave about his life. In addition to talking about his work history, Ryan was spot on when it came to how many times he married, how many children and sisters he had, a fact his own daughter didn’t even know.


However, one fact Ryan did not get right was Martyn’s age. “He said he didn’t see why God would let you get to be 61 and then make you come back as a baby,” Tucker said.


Martyn’s death certificate listed his age as 59-years-old when he died. When Tucker dug deeper, he realized Martyn’s official death certificate was wrong. 

Ryan was right after all.

Friday

My Birthday Gift to You - a free viewing of FLIPSIDE

Yes, it is the day after the day - when 60 odd years ago, I woke up on this planet.

I can tell you that I've witnessed the event.

When I went agreed to "go under hypnosis" for a 4 hour "between life" session, given by Michael Newton trained Jimmy Quast (www.eastonhypnosis.com) 6 years ago, I did so with the half a mind of "proving" this research to be false.

Meaning I hadn't gone there to be put under hypnosis - I was convinced I could not be put under hypnosis, and despite having read hundreds of accounts of people under hypnosis talking about the afterlife, I had a skeptic's mind.  "Perhaps they were led by the therapist."  "Perhaps they wanted to have an outcome and got the one that they wanted."  

I was determined to not allow myself to be led anywhere.  And if the therapist asked "what do you see?" and I didn't see anything, I was prepared to say for four hours "Sorry, I don't see a thing."

But that's not what happened.  He asked "what's your first memory?" And I saw myself coming from darkness to light and seeing this bright hospital room, feeling the cold air.  Even seeing the Doctor's bright green hazel eyes, with his mask and the weird metal thing they wore back in the 50's.  Only he was holding me upside down, the old "spank them for air" move with his hands around my feet.  But I was fully aware that I was looking at him "rightside up."  I can still clearly see this Doctor's face in my mind's eye (although for the life of me, don't remember his name.)

I saw other things while under "deep hypnosis" the technique pioneered by Michael Newton ("Journey of Souls").

I saw a previous lifetime.  I verified things that happened in that lifetime that I could not have known in this lifetime.  I saw a life between lives where I spoke to and visited with people who are no longer on the planet but gave me "new information" - meaning information that could not have come from my conscious mind.

Since then I've filmed 25 cases (and three more of my own sessions) as well as examined cases of near death experience, scientists on the forefront of consciousness research and synthesized the information into my books "Flipside" and "It's a Wonderful Afterlife."

But none of that would have happened if Michael Newton and his hypnotherapy group, the Newton Institute, not allowed me to turn on my cameras and film them doing their work. 

It takes a brave soul to let the camera into a darkened room - on behalf of the clients allowing it to be there, and those who are doing the session. (If you want to try the process out for yourself, find a therapist that you can speak to over the phone at www.newtoninstitute.org

Picture your own story for a moment.  Would you allow a camera into a room where you were revealing perhaps your most intimate moments of your life?  I'd be hard pressed to agree to it.  And yet, there I was behind the camera.  Sometimes my jaw dropping, sometimes searching for verification while the person was talking ("they're saying they lived in such and such town in Arkansas?  Is there such a town in Arkansas? There is.. and there's this very street they're talking about...")  The books contain all the cites from various forensic research into whether or not people were being accurate about their past life memories.

But it's between life where we find the gold.  Our spiritual gold.

So - this is a long way of saying that this film has been supporting me and my kids, so if you like it and want to share it - please, buy a DVD for a friend, or get one of the books in Kindle, or listen to in Audible - or share it with someone.  

Give this gift that I've been given, to someone else. Share this page. Share the link. Go for it. If in 90 minutes you don't think a little bit differently about the planet than you did when you began to watch, you can have your money back.  

This is a private link to my film.  

By offering it as a gift to you here, I must have faith that there's a reason that you need to see this film today.  The link won't be up forever, and I'll eventually change the link on youtube.  So don't take too long to watch it.

But in the meantime, without further adieu, here is the 90 minute version of my film about my journey into the Afterlife:

Thursday

Proof of Life After Death

You want proof of life after death?

It doesn't get any more dramatic than this:

The point is: this is "new information" that could not have been in the minds of these three men.  The voice clearly saying "HELP US." 

This is not hard to understand or explain if you just take a look at the research.  I recommend a number of science reports, peer reviewed studies, along with interviews with scientists in "It's a Wonderful Afterlife."  If you really want to understand how it can be that life continues on, these are first person accounts of either people who've studied it, people who've experienced it, or people who are on the Flipside and are speaking to us.

It's the least we can do to listen to them.




'Mysterious voice' led Utah cops to discover child who survived for 14 hours in submerged car after mom drowned

 
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Published: Monday, March 9, 2015, 12:11 PM
Updated: Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 9:59 AM
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Jennifer Groesbeck, 25, died in a car accident Friday night in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her 18-month-old daughter Lily was found 14 hours later and is listed in critical condition.
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  • JLily is being treated at Primary Childrens Hospital in Salt Lake City and the family is optimistic she can recover from her injuries.
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JENNIFER GROESBECK VIA FACEBOOK

Jennifer Groesbeck, 25, died in a car accident Friday night in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her 18-month-old daughter Lily was found 14 hours later and is listed in critical condition.

The officers who rescued a Utah toddler from death’s doorstep in a submerged car on Sunday said their adrenaline-fueled heroics were triggered by a mysterious plea.
“We could see a person in the front seat and then we heard a voice saying, ‘Help me, we’re in here.’ It was clear as day,” said Officer Tyler Beddoes of the Spanish Fork Police Department, one of four men who pulled an unconscious 18-month-old from a car — which had been submerged in near-freezing water for 14 hours — as her mother lay dead in the driver’s seat.
Beddoes and his fellow first responders braved the chilly waters long enough to turn the red Dodge sedan, which was upside down, and pull little Lily Groesbeck out of her car seat, in which she had been suspended since her mother Jennifer Groesbeck apparently lost control of the car the previous evening.
“We could see her eyes fluttering so there was some life but as far as movements or consciousness there was nothing that we could see,” Beddoes told the Daily News on Monday.
The four officers and three firefighters formed an assembly line and transported the child back to shore. The first responders started performing CPR, and Lily later regained consciousness in a Salt Lake City hospital. Her condition was upgraded to stable on Monday.
Spanish Fork police officer Tyler Beddoes, center, was one of the first people to respond to the scene. He and his fellow officers said they heard a female voice call for help as they approached the vehicle.KSL

Spanish Fork police officer Tyler Beddoes, center, was one of the first people to respond to the scene. He and his fellow officers said they heard a female voice call for help as they approached the vehicle.

Jennifer Groesbeck, 25, was driving to her home in Springville, but when crossing a bridge in Spanish Fork, the single mom hit a cement barrier and drove off the roadway, police said.
The vehicle crashed into the river around 10:30 p.m., according to a witness who told police he heard the accident. The car was not visible from the roadway, and was not discovered until 14 hours later, when a fisherman spotted it at 12:24 p.m. Saturday and called police.
That’s when Beddoes and his partners arrived. The witness told them that he could see an arm through the window, and the four men plunged into the freezing rapids to see if they could find any survivors.
Then, suddenly, they started hearing the distinct sound of a woman’s voice, calling to them to help.
We heard a voice saying 'help me, we're in here.' It was clear as day. We replied back 'hang in there, we're trying what we can.'
“We replied back ‘hang in there, we’re trying what we can.’
The voice motivated them to push harder because they believed there may be someone inside who was still alive. With their adrenaline pumping they pulled the heavy, water-filled car onto its side and discovered the driver was dead.
The officers had no explanation for the mysterious voice that appeared to come from inside the car. Beddoes said he said he wouldn’t believe it really happened had not the other officers heard it, as well.
“I don’t know what I thought I heard,” he said. “I’m not a typically religious guy. It’s hard to explain — it was definitely something. Where and why it came from, I’m not sure.”
Mysterious Voice Led Rescuers to Baby Trapped in Overturned Car
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The little girl was hanging upside down, but her head was not touching the water. The responders did not even see her, initially, but when they got the car turned over they spotted her and raced to get her out.
Groesbeck, the youngest of five children, was enrolled at Provo College and hoped to become a medical assistant, her sister Jill Sanderson told KSL TV in Salt Lake City.
“She was very compassionate and a very loving person and always willing to bend over backwards for her loved ones,” she told the station. “Her baby was the love of her life. She was an amazing mother.”
The family set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for her funeral expenses and Lily’s medical treatment.
Her baby was the love of her life. She was an amazing mother.
The child was being treated at Primary Children’s Hospital, where a her condition was “stable and improving,” a spokeswoman said Monday.
“She is doing remarkably well considering the circumstance. The doctors have been hopeful so far,” Sanderson told reporters. “We would like to express our appreciation to the Spanish Fork rescue team for saving the baby’s life.”
Beddoes, who spent at least 20 minutes in the frigid waters, said he and his colleagues were so focused on the rescue they didn’t realize the impact it was having on their bodies. The 6-foot-tall officer said the water level was often at his neck, sometimes higher.
“I didn’t feel the cold — I wasn’t paying attention to myself,” he said. “After several minutes in the water I started to feel the effects.”
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