Reno, NV (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
Researchers from around the world will convene in Atlanta, Georgia this June to share knowledge of Electronic Voice Phenomena. The American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena is sponsoring the gathering as a way to advance the “state of the art” of instrumental communication across the veil. The public, especially people wanting to learn how to work with EVP, are welcome to attend.
Will you survive after the death of your body? Is there any way to know the answer to this question with any certainty? According to people who study Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) and Instrumental TransCommunication (ITC), the answer to both of these questions is a definite “Yes!”
Communication across the veil using simple audio recorders, a technique known as EVP, is the most important new tool for research available to scientists seeking to understand the nature of what some call heaven. Research is showing that it is possible to know what we can expect to experience as we take our turn to cross into that greater reality, and that this need not be a matter of faith. Unlike out of body and near death experiences which must be spontaneous and requires that what is discovered be told to researchers secondhand, EVP are easily replicated by the average person using inexpensive recording devices and just about anyone can hear the resulting information as it is told to researchers by people who are actually there.
The American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena (AA-EVP) will host a conference in Atlanta, Georgia; June 8 through 10 titled, “Life After Death: The Evidence.” This will be a unique gathering of highly qualified researchers from around the world to provide attendees with an important insight into the “state of the art” of EVP and ITC research.
If you have watched the bonus features in the White Noise movie DVD, you will have seen interviews with some of the attendees at the 2004 conference, as well as the AA-EVP directors, Tom and Lisa Butler who are hosting the conference and will speak about their work with EVP and ITC.
Anyone who desires to once again hear the voice of a deceased loved one will understand how important it would be to learn how to reestablish contact. There are no guarantees that everyone can do this, but there will be speakers at the conference who can show the way for those willing to try. This conference offers a unique opportunity for scientists and people wishing to learn how to use EVP and ITC in their lives. In 2006, there simply is no similar opportunity in the English speaking community.
For more information:
Mail: AA-EVP, PO Box 13111, Reno, NV 89512
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