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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 11 Nov 2009, 10:49

Sometimes the proof is in plain sight (sound) and many will not notice it!!! It takes a lot of patience to poursuivre .
Really,do people put much effort into analyzing them? Ah! people don't really sound like that after they die,they don't talk that way. They sound different from when they were alive. As far as proof to the sitters of the voice communicators that were coming through, that was reached long before they ever started these sessions of recording the voices. So that was established no further proof was needed as far as they were concerned. They were more interested in getting communicators to come through which did not always happen. What they had to say,people from different levels of spiritual advancement. I could go on and on but I will not, the answers are in the recordings.
Just that people muddle over the evidence that is available or not interested in researching since that would take more time to evaluate it than to denied its existence.
I wonder how many have read “Voices in the Dark” by Leslie Flint my life as a medium? Do they spend the amount of time listening to Leslie Flint Direct Voice Recordings, not just a few minutes but completely through each one,from most replies it shows, they haven't.
The time it would take to listen to ,lets say 20,50, 120,200 of them. Takes months, an then to be able to make an educated assessment of these recordings. That would be making some effort in researching this subject,Life After Death. I have spent 4 years and I'm still intrigued by them.
I have made transcripts of 2 of the recordings,Father Bernard,Brother Boniface -what is God-,using a audio editing program, CoolEdit Pro 2 with this I'm able to clean up the recordings and loop sections of the recording at a time ,for transcripts.
Direct Voice mediumship is one of the rarest of the mediumship other than materialization. The communicator Lucillus talking to the sitters said ( that you shall be given more of truth, that you shall become more and more conscious of the realities of life and that you shall be enable in some measure to bring enlightenment to others, in the instrument (leslie Flint) that we use ,shall play his part, in the fulfillment of the work for which he was chosen, for which he was sent in earthly body, to do.)
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Re: Life after death

Postby Eteponge » 11 Nov 2009, 20:08

CHUCKFTA wrote:Sometimes the proof is in plain sight (sound) and many will not notice it!!! It takes a lot of patience to poursuivre .
Really,do people put much effort into analyzing them? Ah! people don't really sound like that after they die,they don't talk that way. They sound different from when they were alive. As far as proof to the sitters of the voice communicators that were coming through, that was reached long before they ever started these sessions of recording the voices. So that was established no further proof was needed as far as they were concerned. They were more interested in getting communicators to come through which did not always happen. What they had to say,people from different levels of spiritual advancement. I could go on and on but I will not, the answers are in the recordings.
Just that people muddle over the evidence that is available or not interested in researching since that would take more time to evaluate it than to denied its existence.
I wonder how many have read “Voices in the Dark” by Leslie Flint my life as a medium? Do they spend the amount of time listening to Leslie Flint Direct Voice Recordings, not just a few minutes but completely through each one,from most replies it shows, they haven't.
The time it would take to listen to ,lets say 20,50, 120,200 of them. Takes months, an then to be able to make an educated assessment of these recordings. That would be making some effort in researching this subject,Life After Death. I have spent 4 years and I'm still intrigued by them.
I have made transcripts of 2 of the recordings,Father Bernard,Brother Boniface -what is God-,using a audio editing program, CoolEdit Pro 2 with this I'm able to clean up the recordings and loop sections of the recording at a time ,for transcripts.
Direct Voice mediumship is one of the rarest of the mediumship other than materialization. The communicator Lucillus talking to the sitters said ( that you shall be given more of truth, that you shall become more and more conscious of the realities of life and that you shall be enable in some measure to bring enlightenment to others, in the instrument (leslie Flint) that we use ,shall play his part, in the fulfillment of the work for which he was chosen, for which he was sent in earthly body, to do.)

I have listened to all of the recordings that I could find online. Years ago, I downloaded as many of them as I could find online, and listened to them all. There are some of these that sound compelling. The favorite of mine being the O'Reilly recording. However, in others, the voices sound no different from one another, and the personality sound no different from one another, and what is said is repetitive. But, there ARE voices and personalities in the tapes that are the exception to this. The afterlife often described by some of the spirits sounds boring. People living in a small town community, working and toiling the land, building their buildings by hand, captains taking little kids on boring boat rides in the water, smiling grannies on the porch, clowns performing circuses. Fun for maybe five minutes perhaps, but not my idea of an afterlife. However, some other spirits describe a far more interesting type of afterlife. It seems to differ from spirit to spirit. Leslie Flint's guide, the little boy, did describe in one recording that people are in different spheres, with different beliefs and different conditions, and that is why the confusion and differences in the communication.
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Re: Life after death

Postby NinjaPuppy » 11 Nov 2009, 21:43

Eteponge wrote:I have listened to all of the recordings that I could find online. Years ago, I downloaded as many of them as I could find online, and listened to them all. There are some of these that sound compelling. The favorite of mine being the O'Reilly recording. However, in others, the voices sound no different from one another, and the personality sound no different from one another, and what is said is repetitive. But, there ARE voices and personalities in the tapes that are the exception to this. The afterlife often described by some of the spirits sounds boring. People living in a small town community, working and toiling the land, building their buildings by hand, captains taking little kids on boring boat rides in the water, smiling grannies on the porch, clowns performing circuses. Fun for maybe five minutes perhaps, but not my idea of an afterlife. However, some other spirits describe a far more interesting type of afterlife. It seems to differ from spirit to spirit. Leslie Flint's guide, the little boy, did describe in one recording that people are in different spheres, with different beliefs and different conditions, and that is why the confusion and differences in the communication.

These tapes are very interesting. Thank you CHUCKFTA for bringing them over here for discussion. From the few that I have listened to so far, "David 2" did make it sound that the afterlife isn't much different from what we currently have now.
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Re: Life after death

Postby Lonecat » 12 Nov 2009, 02:06

Well, this very afternoon I was able to download the Leslie Flint book VOICES IN THE DARK. I have read a few lines of it and am looking foward to reading the whole work as soon as possible. With regard to people's being skeptical about the authenticity of the recordings because the voices "all sound the same", I would point out again as has been pointed out by more than one communicator from the other side, that the voice-box they they use and which was invented by scientists "over there" is an artificial device which, with some difficulty, depending on conditions and mediums and sitters, translates thought into vibrations of sound which can be heard and recorded on Earthside. This must distort the voice. Just consider our public address systems at airports and railway stations. If you want to make an experiment, get somebody to record your voice as you speak through an ordinary tin megaphone or an electronic loud hailer and you will soon see, or rather hear, the distortion. It is difficult to identify people speaking over a loud hailer. Another experiment you might all try in order to appreciate the difficulties that most communicators on the other side experience, is to think entirely in words and sentences without allowing any other thought processes to interfere, for just five minutes. Go to a quiet place and pretend you are on the other side, trying to put over a message and you must deliberately think the words you want people to understand clearly. Many of the communicators can keep it up for 28 minutes or even forty, but only because they have the help of their friends who are there with them, providing thought energy and even thenthey find it difficult. I find it curious and interesting that "over there" they are not living in a state of perfection. They have their problems to solve as well, for they are merely on a level that is more advanced than ours and still have a lot of evolving before them, as we shall, too, when we join them. ;)
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 04 Dec 2009, 11:24

Hi everyone,
Just wanted to give some links to a site that has quite a few
post of discussions on Leslie Flint that some of you may fine interesting plus the site has many topics of interest.

General chat:
http://spiritualismlink.forumotion.com/ ... t-t619.htm

Trance,Transfiguration and Direct voice
http://spiritualismlink.forumotion.com/ ... voice-f22/
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 10 Dec 2009, 21:29

I was thinking,should my (Life after Death ) post be moved to Survival Science/Afterlife Research/Ghosts and Spirits so more people can see it? Just a thought

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Re: Life after death

Postby NinjaPuppy » 10 Dec 2009, 21:35

CHUCKFTA wrote:I was thinking,should my (Life after Death ) post be moved to Survival Science/Afterlife Research/Ghosts and Spirits so more people can see it? Just a thought

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I can try to do that for you. The discussion is sort of hidden in the Intro topic.

OK, done. CHUCKFTA - Feel free to post a new intro if you would like. I moved this entire topic here so you have a blank slate in the 'Introduction' topic.
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 11 Dec 2009, 00:52

Thank you
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Re: Life after death

Postby NinjaPuppy » 11 Dec 2009, 01:00

You are quite welcome.
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 21 Apr 2010, 10:49

Lucillius (20) The evolution of the human being in spirit in understanding the limitless essence of being being given a key to our own freedom. Date:26.11.62
This is a transcript I made of the recording>

https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B- ... OGQw&hl=en


This is the recording

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B-sw49 ... 0ZgP&hl=en
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 24 Dec 2010, 08:04

Matthew, lived 2000 yrs ago, knew Jesus.

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B-sw49 ... y=CL7C-YEO
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Re: Life after death

Postby ProfWag » 24 Dec 2010, 21:29

I hope this isn't off topic, but I have a question for people who are confident in life after death. Are you less afraid to die than the rest of us? I mean, do people who believe in the afterlife still go to the Doctor and are they more inclined to be risk takers in life (sky divers, rock climbers, etc.). I would think (no researched data to support this thought) that people who are so confident in the afterlife wouldn't care about living.
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Re: Life after death

Postby CHUCKFTA » 24 Dec 2010, 23:19

As far as risk taking,you could say that’s a (cheating of death moment) that brings to some, an adrenaline surge. How about those who are about to comment suicide , is there a fear of death there ? Would people engaged in religion be fearful of death ,I think so, the ideal of judgment and hell sure has the attention of a lot, with the false reality of redemption.
I have no fear of death,to say the least when that time comes I will look at my physical life and feel that have I done enough to help others to alleviate this burden on mankind. Life is to be experienced andit has its obligations.
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Re: Life after death

Postby NinjaPuppy » 24 Dec 2010, 23:34

ProfWag wrote:I hope this isn't off topic, but I have a question for people who are confident in life after death. Are you less afraid to die than the rest of us? I mean, do people who believe in the afterlife still go to the Doctor and are they more inclined to be risk takers in life (sky divers, rock climbers, etc.). I would think (no researched data to support this thought) that people who are so confident in the afterlife wouldn't care about living.

IMO this is something that comes with age. As people get older they seem to come to terms with the reality of death.
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Re: Life after death

Postby ProfWag » 25 Dec 2010, 10:56

CHUCKFTA wrote: Life is to be experienced...

I'm not sure I agree with some things you believe Chuch, but I love this quote!
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