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Nonprofit Update August 3 2017

Non-Profit Fundraiser UPDATE 8-3-17: A quick update for those of you who contributed towards our fundraiser to incorporate as a non-profit, for the purpose of preservation of history…Articles of Incorporation have been filed, IRS EIN has been acquired, on to bank account next and other items and IRS non-profit filing tasks. Remainder of funds will…

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Blog 5: Go With The Flow

Nothing is a constant, everything is always changing. This certainly holds true in my personal life, as well as work with spirit. By waiting too long to write a blog update, the amount of things that have happened are so many that it would be impossible to recap. So, all one can do is

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Unsung Heroes – Karl Jackson-Barnes

Unsung Heroes – Karl Jackson-Barnes Karl Jackson-Barnes doesn’t consider himself an “unsung hero”. He describes himself as an archivist and a medium who has just had the good fortune of gaining access to some of the best seance material recorded in the 20th century. Karl is an editor, publisher and medium. In 2013 he published The Edwardian Afterlife…

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Wedding Traditions among the Agĩkũyũ People of Kenya

Wedding Traditions among the Agĩkũyũ People of Kenya by Alex Bliss About Alex The Agĩkũyũ people speak the Bantu language and form the largest ethnic group in Kenya. They are also known as Nyumba ya Mumbi which means The House of the Potter. The Agĩkũyũ inhabit five counties almost exclusively, namely: Kiambu, Nyeri, Nyandarua, Murang’a, and Kirinyaga.…

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Unsung Heroes – Jack Andrews

Unsung Heroes – Jack Terrence Andrews – The New Leslie Flint Educational Trust Jack Terrence Andrews created The New Leslie Flint Educational Trust Facebook page and YouTube channel to share recordings never heard before of sessions held with the great direct voice medium, Leslie Flint. These tapes would probably have been lost to the world if not for…

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Unsung Heroes – Sandra Foy

Unsung Heroes – Sandra Foy Sandra Foy, along with her husband Robin Foy and Alan and Diana Bennett, was part of the Scole Experiment core group. Although 19 years have passed since the last Scole sitting, the phenomena produced, documented, and studied by a number of scientists, are still attracting worldwide attention. Sandra Foy has…

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The Struggles of African Women

The Struggles of African Women by Alex Bliss About Alex Every time I find myself on a bus next to a woman with bunches of unripe bananas and a basket of cereal in Nairobi, I remember my mama. Indeed I remember all women back in Kangaita, the village where I was raised. I recall their…

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Standoff at Kenya Music Festival

Standoff at Kenya Music Festival by Alex Bliss About Alex Now, here we Kenyans are in the 21st century, still wrestling with issues of who is better than the other – who gets to dominate who in the pecking order. This is not just a challenge. It is a bug. A pebble in the shoe of…

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Drought in Kenya

Drought in Kenya by Alex Bliss About Alex When  I visited Mama in the village of Kangaita on my return home from a visit to Nairobi, the weather that greeted me in Nanyuki town was arid and suffocating. I had to squint my eyes as billows rose into the air around me. It was no different…

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Let’s Thank Marcello Bacci!

Send a Personal Thank You Message to ITC Pioneer Marcello Bacci A collaboration of iDigitalMedium and AREI Project Curator: Dan Smith UPDATE: This initial project ran from May 1st, 2017 until August 1st, 2017 We have completed the initial batch of Thank You messages to Mr. Bacci. They have been mailed to him via assistance of…

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The Memorial of William Addams Welch

By Ron Ruiz Ever heard of him?  If you haven’t, you are not alone.  Little is known about William Addams Welch.  If you google his name you will come up with basically the same entry over and over of him writing a book on EVP….and not much else. William’s day job was literally the stuff…

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5 Secrets to Spiritual Success

by Dan Smith Follow these five simple steps and you will find yourself well on your way down the spiritual path. In the frenzy of a fast-paced world, most of us are on a swift pace trying to accomplish earthly goals like gaining more money.  The fact that you are here reading this right now…

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Unsung Heroes – John Hardaker

by Suzanne Carter John Hardaker’s Amazing Transcripts You Won’t Find Anywhere Else John Hardaker’s website www.jhardaker.plus.com is a place where you could spend months reading transcripts of tapes from closed home circles which very few people know anything about. John, from Oxfordshire UK, was the one who took on the task of recording and publishing hundreds of these very high quality…

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Unsung Heroes – David Duffield of Survivalebooks.org

Unsung Heroes – David Duffield of Survivalebooks.org by Suzanne Carter Survivalebooks.org is a website that contains over 40 FREE titles on the afterlife, complete with descriptions and links. All books are in HTML format and Winzip compressed for faster downloading. In addition, the list contains 28 titles to be added to the e-library in the future.  David Duffield…

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Unsung Heroes – Michael Tymn

by Suzanne Carter Who is Michael Tymn? You’ve probably heard the name, but aren’t quite sure if Michael is an author, classic book rescuer, blogger, runner, running magazine editor, or general book maven.  He’s done all of those things!  His blog at www.whitecrowbooks.com/michaeltymn covers a host of fascinating topics, everything from interviews with Professor L. Stafford…

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Unsung Heroes – Tim Ryan of SpiritWritings.com

by Suzanne Carter SpiritWritings.com is a website that contains over 200 FREE titles covering diverse topics: Channeled Spirit Teachings, Future Life in the Spirit World, Mediumship and Mediums, Poetry and Fiction, Art, Modern Apocrypha, Spiritualist and Antispiritualist Readings, and [UFO] Contactee Literature. With some assistance from other people, Tim Ryan of California has been compiling since 1982 and making it…

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Blog 4: The Next Chapter

It’s been almost two months since my last blog, and a lot has changed. A lot is always changing. To follow up from the last blog, I have not yet heard from the person that I did an experiment for. At least, not specifics on whether or not any of the “answers” to questions were…

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Blog 3: Wait for Nothing – Spirit Brings Them to Me

by Keith J. Clark About an hour ago I was at work. My shift had ended, and I was replying to an email. I conducted my first “experiment.” Earlier this month I had a telephone reading. In that reading I was encouraged to start developing and using my own mediumship abilities. Of which I don’t…

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Blog 2: Who Am I?

by Keith J. Clark This is not easy to answer with brevity, but in my mind I heard the words flowing past when I wrote the paragraphs above (In Blog 1). That’s right – I was daydreaming what I was going to write about as I was writing something else – my mind was half…

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