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George Meek - Hearing the Inaudible and Seeing the Invisible

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This is a 1984 lecture given by George Meek titled "Hearing the Inaudible and Seeing the Invisible". It includes the 20-minute slideshow presentation that George and his colleague Bob Kesselring created concerning the projects of the Life Beyond Death Foundation and some of the prestigious, pioneering researchers that the organization was comprised of. This slideshow presentation is titled "People, Projects & Potentials". After the presentation, George shares numerous paranormal photographs from his personal collection with the audience and gives some brief background information on each of them. These anomalous photographs provide visual evidence that significantly supports the idea that there are varied metaphysical, psychical, and spiritual energies all around us which are normally imperceptible to our five standard senses. Additionally, some of these photos greatly contribute to supporting the notion that there are deceased individuals and other entities all around us (also normally undetectable by the five standard human senses). The photographs displayed during George's lecture include: • Photographs of healing energy • Energetic anomalies visible in photographs of psychic children • UFO photography featuring various anomalies • A rare photograph taken in Bill O'Neil's lab showing what appears to be energetic anomalies and something (possibly a snakelike entity) resembling the vertebrae of the human spine • Astonishing phenomena manifesting in photographs of an Edgar Cayce painting • And more... It is implied throughout this lecture that, while the majority of us lack the ability to regularly perceive this phenomena with our naked eyes, ears, and other basic senses, it is possible for us to audibly and visibly experience it much more frequently via the use of electronic equipment. Some of the noteworthy researchers involved in the work of the Life Beyond Death Foundation around the time of this lecture included: • Ernst Senkowski Dr. Senkowski was a professor of physics and electrical engineering who coined the term "Instrumental Trans-Communication" or "ITC" and dedicated decades of his life to the study of the phenomena. He specialized in Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) and Direct Radio Voice (DRV) research. Through his radio he was able to successfully make contact with his deceased father and uncle (whose voices he recognized). • Manfred Kage Mr. Kage conducts his microphotographic research in his fifty-room castle (the majority of which consists of photographic equipment and laboratories). Microphotography is the process of "making the invisible visible" by intensely magnifying/enlarging photographs of the world around us. • Hans-Otto König Mr. König has been involved in ITC research since 1974. He has developed unique, original, effective electronic devices that have significantly contributed to astonishing, groundbreakingly successful audio/visual communication with spirit entities who are inhabiting other realms of existence. • Dr. William Thorner Mr. Thorner was a retired electrical engineer/homeopathic physician. He had a lifelong interest in paranormal/psychic phenomena. • Bill O'Neil Hired by George Meek, Bill was the main developer and primary operator of the legendary Spiricom device. It was proclaimed that, between the years of 1979 and 1982, he achieved more than twenty hours worth of clear, direct, lengthy, two-way Spiricom communication with a deceased former physics professor - Dr. George Jeffries Mueller. • Hans Heckmann Hans began researching spirit communication in 1971, and played a vitally important role in the continued progression/evolution of ITC research throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. He was a consultant of the Metascience Foundation and a close friend/colleague of George Meek. He engineered many of George's spirit communication systems during the 1970s and 1980s while working in labs, and participated in various noteworthy ITC research projects (such as Project Saint Peter). Hans was instrumental in the dissemination of ITC knowledge throughout the United States around that time frame (as he translated many German reports of ITC contacts into English). • Erland Babcock Erland Babcock was an engineer for M.I.T. and the University of Massachusetts. He primarily specialized in electronics (audio/video/television/radio/computers). He was also a part-time photographer. Erland was one of the key figures involved in Project Saint Peter, compiling detailed notes along with dozens of illustrations and photos into 26 journals during the late 1980s. ► 𝗥𝗲𝘀𝗼𝘂𝗿𝗰𝗲𝘀: • Metascience Foundation (Official Website): http://www.metasciencefoundation.com • Metascience Foundation (YouTube Channel): http://www.youtube.com/MetascienceFoundation • George Meek - The Certainty of Living Forever (Video): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-FQ7GeaLM8 • Calling Earth (Documentary): http://www.vimeo.com/101171248

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