Channeling Erik®
  • Quantum Physics of the Soul
  • November29th2012


    Talk about synchronicity. Someone brought to my attention that today is George Harrison’s death anniversary. As I recall, I “coincidentally” posted John Lennon’s interview on his birthday. Ya just can’t make this stuff up.

    Now, Erik is going to play the teacher and show us how to see our deceased loved ones. May I suggest you do this in solitude rather than in public. As you will see, if you were to practice these techniques in a busy mall or grocery store, you’d be hauled off to the looney bin n shot order.

    Me: Can we learn to see things differently, like training our brains to slow down our perception of that high vibration so, for example, we can see the wings of a hummingbird in flight at a complete standstill? I mean, is there some way that we can do that so that we can see our deceased loved ones who are not visible to us because they’re vibrating at a frequency that’s just too far above our visual spectrum?

    Erik: Yes.

    Me: Oh, okay. So, we need to make software that will help us train our brains to do that. That’d be so cool.

    Erik: Well, there’s other tricks as well such as blinking your eyes very fast when you’re looking at an object that’s vibrating or moving really fast.

    Me: Oh, yeah!

    I grimace as my cat tilts her head with concern as she watches me flutter my eyelids.

    Erik: It takes snapshots, and because the eye is shutting off and turning on, it doesn’t allow the pupil to dilate the way it needs to and to let bursts of light in that’d be too much. The eye can’t quickly adjust to it when you’re blinking fast.

    Me: Hm!

    Erik: This allows too much light in. Blinking will help you see subtle energies, but it does depend on the quality of light as well.

    Me: So—

    Erik: Also, fluorescent lights tend to help—

    (Long pause)

    Me: Tend to help what?

    Jamie (giggling): Oh. Sorry! Did we just stop talking? Is that what happened?

    Jamie and I chuckle.

    Jamie: I was telling him, ‘Yeah I teach my classes, and I’m actually teaching a class today in seeing auras and energies and spirits.’

    Me: So cool!

    Jamie: And I tell the story about how I used to go to the meat department in the grocery stores, because the light was so bad in the meat department, it made it easier for me to see people’s auras.

    Me: Hm!

    Jamie: And so I would stand there and pretend to shop for meat even though I was a vegetarian and look at people’s energetic fields.

    Erik: It’s the quality of light.

    Jamie: I like the eye blinking thing. I don’t teach that.

    Me: Yeah. Wouldn’t want you going around the meat market fluttering your eyes.

    Jamie: I could just hear them. “Excuse me ma’am. Can I help you?”

    We both belly laugh.

    Jamie: ‘No, thank you.’

    Erik: And training to look at subtle color, subtle vibration is getting yourself to—

    Jamie (to Erik): I know, right?

    She continues to translate.

    Erik: Getting yourself calm.

    (Long pause)

    Jamie: He just said two things I said in my class and I said, ‘Erik, are you saying that because it’s what I teach? Like, are you in my head or is that your way of …’

    Erik: Well, you need to find some kind of technique where you can unfocus your eyes while still looking at something. You know, fuzz them out when you stare or like when you stare at a star in the sky and all the other stars disappear.

    Me: Oh yeah. Okay.

    Erik: That kind of staring technique—but you’re focused on one element and the rest just kind of fuzzes away. Do that on an inanimate object. Something that has color. You know, you can create a program that does this on the computer where it gives you a shape and you have to look at it, and while you’re staring at it, take your eyes kind of around the perimeter of the item or the shape a few times and then kind of come back to the center. Then you’ll start seeing a glow. Most people see a white glow, and some people will see color.

    Me: You mean notice the perimeter with your brain rather than moving your eyes around it?

    Erik: No, you can actually move your eyes around the perimeter but still keep them in that unfocused state. It’s exactly what you have to do with those Magic Eye pictures.

    Me: See, those Magic Eye pictures never work on me, because one of my eyes doesn’t converge properly since I had amblyopia as a kid.

    Erik: But it’s the same kind of technique, because once you get into the 3-D image you look around and you can see the 3-D image. You don’t have to stay focused right in the center. So if you just look—take your eyes and have them follow the whole perimeter of the item then come back to center, you’ll start seeing that glow. But then, here’s where you gotta teach yourself what the mirroring effect is.

    Jamie (to Erik): Begins with a G? What are you talking about? Ganzer? Ga-ga, not gator. Go Gators!

    She’s a Florida girl. Guess she felt compelled.

    Jamie: I have such a tickle in my throat for the last 40 minutes.

    (She clears her throat.)

    Jamie (irritated): Can’t get it to stop!

    (She clears her throat again.)

    Me: Drink some water.

    Jamie: I just tried that, and it just made it tickle more.

    Erik: So, once you figure out if you’re not seeing the complementary color of the object you’re looking at—

    Me: Okay.

    Erik: If you’re looking at a red pen and you see a green glow, then you can just scientifically tell yourself, “Well, that’s the mirroring effect. My eyes are just playing a trick on me.” But if you’re looking at a green pen and you see a blue glow, then that shit ain’t the mirroring effect.

    Me: Right.

    Erik: Whereas if you see a yellow glow, you have to say to yourself you’re picking up the subtle energy. And then try it on live creatures. Live creatures have a bigger energetic field, and you’ll see many layers of glow.

    Me: Okay,

    Erik: It just comes with practice. It’s teaching your eyes that they don’t have to look at the surface of something.

    Me: Yes, but the seeing the deceased who are vibrating at such a high rate that they’re well outside the visual range on the electromagnetic spectrum—

    (I also clear my throat.)

    Jamie: You too?

    Me: Yeah, you got me feeling your tickle. Thanks.

    Jamie giggles.

    Erik: You can use this same technique to see the spirits. You just tell us, ”Sit down in that chair over there,” you know. “Stand against that wall right here, and I’m going to sit down and I’m gonna look atcha.”


    Erik: But nobody does that shit because everyone is gonna think you’re crazy for doing it: crazy for practicing and crazy for believing that the spirits are going to listen to them and obey them and sit in a chair or stand against a wall. That’s total bullshit. We would have done it while we were alive; we’d definitely do it when we’re dead. Then, once they start seeing the silhouette or the splotches of color, they think they’re fucked up because they’re seeing it! So, you can’t win for doing and you can’t win for succeeding here. It’s cuz of the stupid brain.

    Jamie giggles.

    Erik: Cuz of judgment.

    Me: Analytical crap. Okay, so is it better in fluorescent light then?

    Erik: Yeah, it’s easier because it helps the eye not be able to focus exactly clearly on the material item.

    Me: All right. Is it better if the light level is lower, higher or what?

    Erik: Nah, that’s going to be a personal preference.

    Me: Okay.

    Erik: For me, I like it when the lights are bright, like they’re really on.  That gives more reflection off my vibrational body.

    Me: Okay. Is it better to use a dark background, a light background?

    Erik: White. Yeah, go to a white background.

    Me: Okay.

    Jamie: That makes sense, because then you’d be able to identify exactly what color it is.

    Me: Yes exactly.

    Erik: If you’re doing a dark background, then you just need to go completely dark. No lights. Dark background. That puts you in the setting of like a psychomanteum.

    Me: Would it also help to flutter your eyelids fast during that exercise, too?

    Erik: Yeah, yeah, yeah!

    That would take a whole world of coordination and rhythmic skills I don’t and will never have. 

    Jamie: I’m going to try that in my class today. I’m going to have my students do that. See if it works.

    Me: While we’ve been talking, my eyes and eyelids have been doing all sorts of crazy things. I’m so glad nobody’s looking through the window. They’d never be the same. 

    We all chuckle at the thought. Well, there’s my poor cat, though.

    Me: God, we started with hummingbird wings.

    Jamie: We’ve been all over the place, haven’t we?

    Me: Yes, we have!

    Just a reminder: If you want to talk to a deceased love one or ask Erik about your spiritual mission, your past lives, health, career, relationship issues or more, there’s a small group channeling call coming up next week. Here’s the link:

    On a sad, personal note, my daughter’s beloved dog, Winnie, has gone missing since Thanksgiving Eve. We’ve combed the area for hours, put our a Pet Amber Alert, called the City of Houston Solid Waste Department to see if she was picked up dead in the road, went to all the animal control and animal shelters, the SPCA, CAPs, etc. We put over 75 posters at intersections. Eventually, we got in touch with Jamie and Erik says she was picked up by an effeminate man. He justified his actions as “saving her from irresponsible owners.” Sadly, Winnie had a tag with Kristina’s address and cell number so it would have been easy to do the right thing. Sigh. We’re just devastated.

    On that note, I’d like to share a song from blog members Kent and Cindy Lehman’s band, Eclectic Verve. Kent wrote song when his cat of 19 years died in his arms. Some people don’t understand how much our animal companions mean to us. They’re a part of the family–and often the ones that are the most unconditionally loving and bring the least drama.

    Here’s their YouTube Channel and website:

    Their songs are available on iTunes and you can subscribe to their newsletter through their website. An interesting note: Kent is a skilled medium and enjoys channeling Erik!


  • October30th2012

    Given the state of the Northeast Coast after the destruction Hurricane Sandy left in her wake, today’s radio show will likely be postponed since the producers are in New York City. I’ll keep you abreast of the situation. Meanwhile, I hope all of you will continue to send your prayers and light to that devastated area.
    As far as the Yahoo contest is concerned, voting has closed, and we anxiously await the final results. Of course the chances are slim. For example, some of the nominees have huge congregations backing them up. Nevertheless, I’m just so grateful for the outpouring of love and effort from all of you, and I’m tickled pink for even having been nominated at all!
    And now, our own, Betty Daniel, shared this Huffpo article. I thought it was so fascinating that I couldn’t help but jump Erik’s queue of wisdom and post it. Sorry Erik. Tomorrow I plan to post some interesting information about Mother Earth.

    Scientist Shows What Happens To ‘Soul’ After Death

    In a video that recently aired on “Through the Wormhole” narrated by Morgan Freeman on the TV channel Science, Dr. Hameroff claims, “I believe that consciousness, or its immediate precursor proto-consciousness, has been in the universe all along, perhaps from the Big Bang.”

    Understanding where consciousness comes from could solve mysteries such as what happens to the “soul” during near-death experiences, or when a person dies.

    Dr. Hameroff goes on to share hypothetical scenarios derived from the Orch-OR (orchestrated objective reduction) theory of consciousness that he and Roger Penrose, mathematician and physicist, proposed in 1996. According to the theory, consciousness is derived from microtubules within brain cells (neurons) which are sites of quantum processing.

    But what exactly is consciousness, where does it come from and can it be scientifically proven? Dr. Stuart Hameroff, MD, is Professor Emeritus at the Departments of Anesthesiology and Psychology and the Director of the Center of Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona and much of his research over the past few decades has been in the field of quantum mechanics, dedicated to studying consciousness.

    According to Dr. Hameroff, in a near-death experience, when the heart stops beating, the blood stops flowing, and the microtubules lose their quantum state, the quantum information in the microtubules isn’t destroyed. It’s distributed to the universe at large, and if the patient is revived, the quantum information can go back to the microtubules. In this event, the patient says they had something like a near-death experience, i.e. they saw white light or a tunnel or floated out of their body. In the event that the patient is not revived, “it’s possible that the quantum information can can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely, as a soul,” he said.

    The Orch-OR theory of consciousness remains controversial in the scientific community. Many scientists and physicists have challenged it, including MIT physicist Max Tegmark, who wrote a paper in 2000 that was widely cited.

    Still, Dr. Hameroff believes that “nobody has landed a serious blow to the theory. It’s very viable.”

    This post is one we should definitely share on Facebook and other social venues! 

    Now go share!

  • October12th2012


    Hey guys, be sure you click on Jamie’s Love & Light icon on the lower righthand corner of this page to book the next small group channeling call on the 18th of this month. Give yourself a present. You deserve it!

    By the way, I just got through interviewing Gandhi and it was amazing. Very soon, we plan on releasing all of the YouTube interviews for you to watch. I can’t wait.

    Now, read this amazing article and tell me it isn’t fascinatingly convincing. I dare you! Skeptics, the ball is in your court now!


    by J.J. Snyder

    A group of British scientists, including two astrophysicists, a thermodynamicist, and other professional researchers, are conducting experiments and solving complex equations that they believe furnish conclusive and irrefutable proof of human survival of bodily death.

    Michael Roll, a rationalist and freethinker who heads The Campaign for Philosophical Freedom, is unofficial spokesman for the group. He has recently revealed information that could drastically alter humankind’s entire belief system regarding continuation of consciousness beyond the grave. Roll, of Bristol, England, a former businessman, is a long-time explorer of paranormal phenomena. He and his colleagues’ series of discoveries, involving mathematical equations and physical experiments, when taken together, furnish empirical evidence that makes an extremely strong case for continuing after-death survival of the human psyche.

    The group has come to regard that continuation as the functioning of a natural, universal law, the study of which is strictly a branch of chemistry, physics, and mathematics, rather than an article of religious faith.

    This scientific approach to a subject which heretofore has been discussed mainly as a function of theology is stirring lively debate, not only in Britain, but worldwide. The assertion that immortality is conferred on humankind through natural law alone, rather than by an all-powerful, monotheistic God, is awakening interest and triggering penetrating questions from the general public, including churchgoers, as they become more fully informed about prospects for continuing existence beyond the transition known as “death.”

    The researchers’ premise is that certain recent mathematical discoveries, combined with results of in-depth exploration of physics and quantum mechanics, now furnish verification for many previous well-documented scientific experiments dealing with what has been previously known as “psychic phenomena.” These experiments were, and are being, conducted by various researchers from the late nineteenth century down to the present day, and all have a common thread. Each features repeated appearances by, and communication with, entities from the next level of existence who have experienced the event known as death, and yet maintain consciousness, remain articulate, and sometimes become visible on this physical level. At times these visitors from etheric realms can be touched, felt, and even held tightly by incarnate humans. Fully authenticated and documented visits to living family members, friends, and researchers have long proven the reality of these manifestations, but their cause and origin has remained inexplicable in the context of heretofore known laws of physics. However, many of the questions relating to these phenomena have been answered by the British researchers, and ongoing exploration continues.

    Discarnate entities sometimes appear through materialization mediums – those specially endowed individuals who are able to furnish a psychic link between the two planes. At other times, usually when influenced by extremely strong emotions on either, or both, the etheric or physical level, materializations occur spontaneously. Other mediums, while not always able to effect materializations, are still able to relay communications between the two levels of existence.

    Much of the evidence provided by certain mediums has been subjected to close, even hostile, scientific scrutiny, and found to be true and valid. Recently, there have been many reports of discarnate communication occurring by electronic means – telephone calls, tape recordings, fax messages, and even long discourses on computer screens. Etheric entities identify themselves, answer questions put to them by experimenters, and furnish information on conditions in the dimensions where they now exist. Extensive research into electronic communication with afterworld beings is being conducted on both sides of the Atlantic. In the USA, the American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena and the Continuing Life Research organizations are in the forefront of these investigations.

    Simply put, the British investigative group’s contention is that these appearances of and contacts with “deceased” persons are manifestations of natural physical laws, the validity of which has been proven by recent and startling discoveries in mathematics and quantum physics. These are fields of study directly related to the structure and behavior of electrons, protons, neutrons, and other sub-atomic particles. Roll asserts that these new discoveries now fully vindicate the findings of early investigators of psychic phenomena such as Sir William Crookes, Sir Oliver Lodge, John Logie Baird, Arthur Findlay, Dr. Glen Hamilton, and many other prestigious scientific truth-seekers. After years of research, each of these experimenters declared unequivocally that life continues, endures, and advances on the next levels of existence.

    Baird, a television pioneer, and inventor of the infrared camera, contacted the “deceased” Thomas A. Edison through a medium, and a discussion of the infrared camera followed. Later, Baird made the following statement: “I have witnessed some very startling phenomena under circumstances which make trickery out of the question…I am convinced that discoveries of far-reaching importance remain waiting along these shadowy and discredited paths.”

    Fittingly, efforts in Britain are now underway to embark on a project to employ an infrared camera that will scientifically measure and record phenomena produced during experiments, including the videotaping of recently deceased persons. Many early investigators were given a very rough time by fellow scientists and the media. This holds especially true for Crookes. In 1874, he published the results of his four years of experiments dealing with a wide variety of unexplained phenomena. The report described many well-documented appearances, in the presence of Florence Cook, a materialization medium, of a spirit entity by the name of Katie King. Immediately upon publication of these findings, he became the target of infuriated detractors. After Crookes’ death in 1919, his enemies even went so far as to accuse him of being sexually obsessed with Cook, and collaborating with her in faking evidence of psychic phenomena. These cowardly attacks were directed at one of the most distinguished scientists of the nineteenth century, a Fellow of the Royal Society, later it’s President, and the discoverer of the chemical element Thallium.

    Although Crookes had become convinced of the reality of etheric communications long before beginning work with the medium (he began his research by investigating the numerous psychic phenomena associated with D. D. Hume), these unfounded and unproven allegations, many of them outright lies, have persisted into our own time. They have muddied the waters of paranormal investigation, and discouraged other scientists from following in Crookes’ footsteps.

    This is in spite of the reams of documentation of the many paranormal occurrences, including numerous appearances of the aforementioned discarnate entity, which occurred throughout Crookes’ investigation. Conclusive photographs are part of the record, and the authenticity of the phenomena has been verified by a number of independent witnesses. Some of these witnesses were themselves brilliant and esteemed scientists of the era, one of note being Cromwell F. Varley, an early researcher into ionization phenomena, and supervisor of the initial laying of the Atlantic Cable.

    Another investigator, Dr. Glen Hamilton, MD, of Winnipeg, Canada, a member of the Canadian Parliament and long-time psychic researcher, carried out later experiments which closely paralleled Crookes’, and achieved comparable results. His research sessions were also marked by manifestations of, and communication with discarnate entities. All of these occurred under closely-controlled, replicable, conditions, including a battery of fifteen flash cameras which photographed the apparitions from all angles simultaneously. Scientific observers who were present at these experiments included four other doctors, two lawyers, and two engineers. All of these witnesses stated unequivocally that “time after time, we saw dead persons materialize.” In well over a century, there has never been an explanation put forth for these hundreds of scientifically validated manifestations and communications being anything other than what the experimenters claimed them to be, that is, paranormal, or “psychic” phenomena.

    Roll balks at the term “psychic,” however, preferring instead to talk of “sub-atomic” phenomena. This he perceives as beginning with the separation of the human mind from its bodily shell, a natural and universal function that takes place at the end of physical life.

    The mind, retaining all of the memories, emotions, and intellect that it possessed on the material plane, then moves on to its next level of existence. This event occurs without regard for an individual’s religious belief and/or good behavior, or lack of the same, during his or her physical existence.

    The term “sub-atomic” refers to the many particles that compose the atom. There are over two hundred of these so far discovered, in addition to the generally well known electrons, protons, and neutrons. An electron is part of a family known as leptons. Its companion protons and neutrons are constructed of a similar sub-atomic group known as quarks. It has been postulated by a number of physicists that another sub-atomic particle, the neutrino, may account for ninety percent of the previously “missing” matter in the universe.

    All of these particles possess properties and exhibit behavior which remains inexplicable in the context of conventional physics, and there are strong indications that they may furnish an explanation for the numerous phenomena which are characteristic of the so-called “etheric body.” According to the group’s premise, both the human body and its etheric personality, the essence of human consciousness that endures after the physical ceases to operate, are composed of various sub-atomic particles. When the etheric portion detaches from the physical, in the event known as “death,” it remains energized by these same particles, which, in their new state, are now able to impart to it powers and abilities unknown, and even unimaginable, in our material world. Under certain conditions, discarnate entities manifesting on the material plane can appear and disappear at will, speak, respond, and even be grasped and held by those present at controlled experiments.

    In Roll’s view, there is nothing “supernatural” or “paranormal” about these appearances, which he sees as merely proving the ongoing existence of human consciousness and personality beyond the end of physical life. He blames certain religious denominations and national political leaders, pandering to their own interests by keeping the masses in ignorance, for this information on sub-atomic phenomena as it impacts upon survival not being more widely circulated and available to the general public. To aid Roll’s efforts in disseminating this evidence, an impressive array of scientists, physicists, and university professors have lent him support and made public their own research findings, all of which bear out the validity of his assertions.

    The late Professor Abdus Salam was a Nobel Laureate and Director of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, who was awarded an honorary knighthood. After reviewing the results of investigations by the savants, he gave Roll numerous monetary contributions from his own pocket, as well as a sizable grant from the Foundation, to help him spread the word of these exciting discoveries that verify the truth of ongoing life beyond the physical level.

    R. D. Pearson, BSc, another of Roll’s scientific collabarators, is a former university lecturer and engineer whose specialty is thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. He has written a book, “Intelligence Behind The Universe,” along with a companion booklet, “Colossus,” and an accompanying appendix of mathematical proof. These purport to explain the cosmic force that drives the phenomenom of continuing life, and mathematically back up the experiments of Crookes and Hamilton. Put quite simply, Pearson sees post-mortem survival of the human psyche as one of many functions of a multi-dimensional, multi-universal, sub-atomic grid matrix, on which all forms of life exist, and which sustains the etheric, as well as the physical consciousness of all living organisms. In this model, physical materializations of so-called “dead” persons, and even deceased animals, are but the temporary merging of two different frequencies, or wave-lengths, from two discrete levels of the grid, somewhat similar to when more than one radio broadcast is picked up on the same dial setting.

    Pearson furnishes full mathematical proof for his postulations, which may one day be looked upon as the key that finally unlocked the door to universal awareness of the reality of discarnate existence. One of the roadblocks to scientific acceptance of this “grid theory” (which is considerably more complex than the above simplified outline) has been the existence of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, parts of which seemed to negate Pearson’s hypothesis. However, Doctor Louis Essen, a Fellow of the Royal Society, and inventor of the atomic clock, informed Pearson that he has found significant errors in Einstein’s calculations.

    This recent discovery by Doctor Essen is in accord with a statement made by Einstein himself on his seventieth birthday: “There is not a single concept of which I am convinced that it will stand firm, and I am not sure if I was on the right track after all.” Over the past several years, other physicists and cosmologists worldwide have also come to the general agreement that “Einstein’s laws contain some flaws.” As a result of this consensus, they are examining certain discrepancies that have been found in Einstein’s work, and are formulating other premises to account for specific occurrences in quantum physics that cannot be explained by his theories.

    Pearson is confident that his “grid theory” corrects some of the discrepant data in Einstein’s works, and that it will withstand close examination and criticism by fellow physicists and cosmologists. In his book, he calls for seven experimental checks to be made which he is certain will return positive results and affirm his conclusions. Pearson has made several trips to Russia to present his theories. After extensive investigation and review, they were fully accepted by the physicists and scientists of that country, and Russian physics textbooks are in the process of being revised to reflect his new and exciting discoveries in sub-atomic physics. One of the strongest points in their favor is the fact that they have been shown not to conflict with the proven realities of quantum mechanics, as do many of Einstein’s theories.

    Sam Nicholls, MSc, an astrophysics graduate of Leeds University, and a fellow researcher into sub-atomic phenomena, concurs with Pearson’s findings. He has further postulated that so-called “deceased” entities, although composed of slightly different atomic components, exist in, and share the same space with, incarnate persons. He states:

    “Like the physical universe, their world would likewise be composed of sub-atomic particles, but these may be in much closer vibrational harmony with the all-pervading “grid” than their physical counterparts.”

    In one context of observation, this grid itself could be seen as the Creator-Sustainer of All Things for a number of parallel but separate universes. This premise does not, however, negate the possibility of an even higher, ultimate, Intelligence behind the grid.

    Another British astrophysicist and sub-atomic researcher, Michael Scott, BSc, a graduate of Edinburgh University, cites Niels Bohr’s “Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics” as seeming to actually require the existence of consciousness as a non-material extension to space-time. Scott makes the point that sub-atomic physics, as explored by him and other researchers worldwide, no longer views the building blocks of the universe as discrete particles of solid substance, but rather as vague, wavelike structures whose existence borders on the ethereal. Scott further states that:

    “The advancement of quantum physics has produced a description of reality which allows the existence of parallel universes. Composed of real substance, they would not interact directly with matter from our universe.”

    Professor Fred Alan Wolfe, although not a member of the British group, seems to concur with their findings in his book “Mind and the New Physics”. In it he states that “as fantastic as it may sound, the ‘new physics’ called quantum mechanics posits that there exists, side by side with this world, another world, a parallel universe, a duplicate copy that is somehow slightly different and yet the same. And not just two parallel worlds, but three, four, and even more…! In each of these universes, you, I, and all the others who live, have lived, will live, and will have ever lived, are alive.”

    These radical concepts of quantum physics and the ephemeral state of perceived reality as it impacts human existence beyond physical life have spurred attacks on the researchers from many quarters. These include certain members of the clergy, spiritualists, other scientists, and professional “skeptics.” Roll, as spokesman for the group, has drawn the wrath of religionists and spiritualists by his denial that belief in a supreme being is a necessary condition for next-world survival. His assertion that religious faith, or lack of it, is irrelevant in the context of continuing afterlife has placed him in direct conflict with the established churches, especially certain Christian denominations, and some of his fiercest foes are to be found in this camp.

    It seems particularly ironic that Christian sects are in the forefront of opposition to the sharing of these findings. The reported teachings of Jesus, whose doctrines are the foundation of their beliefs, are all based on the existence of another life beyond the present. Many thinking persons feel that these new discoveries in sub-atomic physics give credence to all those who, since the advent of human consciousness, have taught survival of death, and in addition, eliminate the necessity of belief through faith alone. This point is made by Pearson when he states,

    “People need to be made aware that their religious faiths have a base strongly supportable by modern physics. There is no longer any reason to think of science and religion as basically incompatible.”

    Roll expected strong opposition from the churches, but sees it as paradoxical that certain British spiritualist organizations have also joined in denouncing his views. The very core of spiritualism has always been a belief in the reality of contact with departed entities, and many survivalists of the past, especially the great historian and researcher Arthur Findlay, have made important and lasting contributions to research dealing with these contacts. Roll’s charges, which are backed by correspondence of record with several Spiritualist groups, are that their present day members have abandoned the rationalist philosophy of Findlay and other pioneers. They have instead tended to side with organized religion in asserting that belief in a monotheistic “God” is a vital part of the spiritualist creed. To refute the concept that faith in a supreme being is necessary for afterlife salvation from eternal punishment, Roll states unequivocally that life continues on in the next dimension without divine intervention or retribution, regardless of one’s religious beliefs or lack thereof. In addition to the findings of his colleagues, he bases this statement on personal communications with discarnate entities with whom he has spoken, and even held and embraced, including a “deceased” member of his immediate family.

    From information received through these contacts, he describes the afterworld as having many of the same conditions that are found on this physical plane. One significant difference seems to be that the environment experienced by each person is wholly dependent upon that individual’s behavior while incarnate. Punishment for wrongdoing, if any, is meted out to oneself by oneself, after undergoing a review of the past physical life. There are infinite and varying levels of existence, and advancement to higher planes is within the reach of every inhabitant of those realms. Roll outlines his philosophy in a quote from his booklet “The Physicists’ and Rationalists’ Case for Survival After the Death of Our Physical Bodies:”

    “Dying is as natural as being born; we all pass into the next world whether we like it or not. There is no special place reserved for Christians or members of any other sect. There are no social strata or racial barriers. We all graduate to the level we have earned by the development of our characters.”

    Conspicuously missing from this scenario is that favorite authority figure of religious fundamentalists, the “Big Daddy God,” a stern judge who summarily sentences some souls to eternal fire as punishment for alleged “sins”, while raising others to eternal glory as a reward for belief in “Him.” Mention of this deity is found nowhere in the numerous accounts by discarnate entities of life in their world. The Creator of the Universe, whoever or whatever he/she or it may be, seems to be a much more loving and compassionate being than literal interpreters of the Bible can conceive of. Opposition from certain establishment scientists to this view of after-death survival as a natural function of sub-atomic processes has also been strong. In spite of Lord Kelvin’s statement that “Science is bound by the everlasting law of honour to face fearlessly every problem which can fairly be presented to it,” some scientists have refused to even look at Pearson’s data, or review the hypotheses of the other researchers.

    Adrian Berry, Science Correspondent of the “Daily Telegraph,” has framed this attitude perfectly by stating in print that

    “few subjects more infuriate scientists than claims of paranormal phenomena, because, if confirmed, the whole fabric of science would be threatened.”

    Although obviously not Berry’s intention, these words make a crucial point for the embattled researchers.

    Roll’s response to Berry is that “nothing can threaten true science, which in essence is the unceasing search for knowledge, and that observed and verifiable facts call for an explanation of their cause, no matter how uncomfortable the eventual solution may be for it’s discoverers.” He equates such reluctance to explore new vistas with past suppression of uncomfortable ideas and discoveries, as when the brilliant researcher Giordano Bruno was murdered by the Catholic Church for daring to assert that “There are many suns, with many planets circling them. The priests and so-called “scientists” of Galileo’s day refused to look through his telescope, because of fear that what they might observe would overturn their cherished and antiquated beliefs.

    Even the ubiquitous James “The Amazing” Randi, erstwhile magician and member of the “Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal,” (although he has been forced to resign from this organization due to legal problems stemming from character defamation suits brought against him) has taken it upon himself to attack the premise of scientific verification of continuing post-mortem existence. His nose was figuratively bloodied during an encounter with Sam Nicholls, however, when the astrophysicist, as a member of the audience of a television show, stood up and publicly challenged Randi’s assertions. The magician quickly ordered the cameras of Granada Television Studio switched off before they could record Nicholls’ words.

    Since there is no separation of church and state in England, religious opposition there has, until very recently, made it difficult for Roll to air his findings and those of his colleagues. As an example of this church-state integration, the law demands that an “act of Christian worship” be performed daily in every school throughout the land!

    Also, British laws have not always favored Roll’s attempts to disseminate his views in the media. One example of this mental harassment is an incident which would be unimaginable in the USA. Because of a clause in the Broadcasting Act, the host of a radio show on which Roll appeared and championed the existence of subatomic phenomena as a natural law, while denying it’s divine origin, was threatened with being reported to the IBA, (the British counterpart of the Federal Communications Commission) if Roll ever again appeared on his show. The courageous broadcaster was not intimidated, and his publicizing of the threat resulted in increased demand by listeners for more information on the subject, which led to Roll ultimately being invited back on the air without fear of sanctions. These and other restrictions have worked as deterrents to the free dissemination of information on sub-atomic phenomena, but the situation is rapidly changing.

    Lately, likely due to public pressure, Roll has been allowed to air his views more freely, and has been appearing on a series of radio broadcasts, where he was able to reveal the far-reaching discoveries of his colleagues with a minimum of restrictions. He also gives numerous lectures throughout the UK and in Europe, and recently formed the Campaign for Philosophical Freedom to further disseminate the truth about ongoing life in etheric realms. As word of these exciting and factual affirmations of heretofore only hoped-for afterlife existence spreads, the public is showing its strong interest in life after death by ever-increasing attendance at lectures and programs given by Roll and his associates. They are demanding more information, as well as the lowering of all remaining barriers to free and open discussion of the matter. In future years, it is likely that the present times will be looked back upon as the dawning of a new Renaissance in humankind’s perception of both the physical and non-physical worlds alike.

    A quote from Arthur Schopenhauer describes the current situation in the study of sub-atomic physics as it relates to ongoing life now being at the second stage, and nearing the third:

    “Any unexplained phenomenon passes through three stages before the reality of it is accepted:
    During the first stage it is considered laughable.
    During the second stage, it is adamantly opposed.
    Finally, during the third stage, it is accepted as self-evident.”
    – After Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 – 1860)

  • September16th2012


    Oops, I posted this yesterday not knowing Patrick was going to post, so changed the visibility to “draft” the moment I noticed and, as you can see, (duh) am reposting it now.

    Yesterday, Rune and I had a wonderful time taking our granddaughter, Arleen, to the Houston Zoo. A few mishaps. First, unbeknownst to us, that was the only free day for the nearby museum so the zoo area was, well, a zoo. Second, the minute we got there, the skies opened up. I looked at the radar on my iPhone and noticed that there was only one little cell and it happened to be right on top of us. That’s okay. I figured we’re waterproof, so we loaded Arley in the stroller, grabbed a couple of umbrellas and trekked from Timbuktoo to the zoo. Two hours of waterlogged fun was enough, and we decided to call it quits, slogged to the car, and hoisted a slightly wilted little flower into the carseat.

    Despite her half-mast eyelids, Arleen asked who would be home when we got there. We went through the usual suspects, human and nonhuman, each followed by squeals of delight. When I mentioned that Erik would be there, she said, “No, he’s not going to be there, because he’s in Heaven.” So I said, “Yes, Arleen, he is, but Heaven is right on top of us. It’s everywhere. Erik might just be sitting right next to you.” She looks suspiciously to the seat beside her and then asks, “Well, why can’t I see him?” I knew this wasn’t going to work, but stay with me, folks. I said, “Because Erik is vibrating so fast, our eyes can’t keep up with him.” Then I wiggled my hand as fast as I could keeping my wrist loose and asked her, “Can you see each finger?” Excitedly, she said, “No, I can’t!” I replied,”But you know my fingers are there. And even though you can’t see Erik, he still might be right next to you or even giving you a great big hug.” She smiled.

    This morning, we were watching the hummingbirds at the feeder and we revisited our same conversation. “Arleen, look how fast those hummingbirds are flying! Do they have wings?” She giggles and says, “Yes, Mimi!” “Can you see them,” I ask? “No,” she answers. But we all know those tiny  hummingbird wings, my Erik, our loved ones are all here. Home is all around us.

    It makes me wonder if one can watch the rapid beating of a hummingbird’s wings and train the eye to see the wing instead of the mere gossamer-like flutter. If we can do that, can we learn to see spirits the way Jamie can?

    My point is, not seeing our loved ones all has to do with vibrational frequencies and the gap between ours and theres. I’m sure if our souls were vibrating at the same time as those hummingbird wings, they’d look like there were standing still. We’d be able to see every beautiful green feather in high definition. Crystal clear, opalescent. Still. I guess we’ll eventually find that this all comes down to physics, however dry and boring that might sound. Until then, we must rely on faith.

    By the way, we already have thirteen people signed up for the grieving parent session which is way too much, so we’d like to divide it into two groups. To make the other group happen, we need some more peeps to consider it. Any takers? Remember, it can be so healing for you to communicate with your child, but it’s so very personal and up to you. In any case, the first group is a go, and the second group will be on hold until five more people sign up!

  • June9th2012


    At the sub-atomic level everything is interconnected and information moves instantly across vast distances- this is called quantum entanglement. This explains how psychic phenomena work and how people have experiences of “direct knowing”.

    Quantum physicists Erwin Schroedinger said “connectivity is not just a property or reality it is the property or reality.”

    Dean Radin: “Connectivity among all things is a basic constituent of the fabric of reality” and claims that there is experimental evidence of this when random number generators are influenced by intention and even attention.

    Does this explain how interwoven all energy is–how connected we all are? I wonder.

    It was also discovered that at the sub-atomic level matter can go from one spot to another without moving through the intervening space (called quantum tunneling) and therefore time and distance and matter don’t really exist. This could be the explanation for teleportation which is already being experimentally demonstrated. I’m wondering if this is how Erik and other spirits travel within and between different dimensions…and so instantaneously.

    P.S.: If any of the participants of the  the last conference call would like a copy of the recording, please email me at One caller would like to keep if anonymous and out of respect I will not post it publicly. From now on, I ask that one of the stipulations of the call is that you must use initials only (as we did this time) and you must know that the recording will be posted, because we can all learn so much and Erik always shares pearls meant for the entire group. Thanks, everyone.

  • March10th2012


    Enjoy Part One of this YouTube series with Peter Russell. I encourage to to watch Part Two and Three as well!

    Peter Russell is a fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, of The World Business Academy and of The Findhorn Foundation, and an Honorary Member of The Club of Budapest. At Cambridge University (UK), he studied mathematics and theoretical physics. Then, as he became increasingly fascinated by the mysteries of the human mind he changed to experimental psychology. In this video he talks about the inability of science to explain consciousness.

    Don’t forget to reserve your spot for the small group phone session with Erik and Jamie scheduled for Thursday 12:15 Central Time! Here’s the link:

  • January21st2012

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    In our continuing series, Evidence for the Afterlife, we examine how the quantum nature of consciousness supports that evidence and how this relates to transcendental meditation and the law of thermodynamics. Thank you, Victor Zammit, for this groundbreaking series.

    Here, the Maharishi describes the nature of The Absolute. It sounds so much like the stacked plates analogy Erik shared earlier!

    I so look forward to meeting you all on the conference call Monday! It’s not too late to sign up. Be sure to prepare a list of questions.

    Please vote for our blog for the prestigious 2012 Bloggies if you haven’t already done so. Nominations close soon! All you do is click on the big yellow star on the right and follow the directions. You’ll receive a verification email. If you don’t, please check your spam or junk mail folder. Without the verification email, your vote won’t count. :-(

  • January8th2012


    This ought to stump some skeptics! We are sentient energy that can be fully described, measured, and yes, healed in quantum terms.

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  • December17th2011


    One of the most fascinating concepts I’ve come across over the past two years is that everything, EVERYTHING, is information. Even love. We are sentient energy, also information, seeking more and more information. We are everything and everything is us. We are Love and Love is all there is.

    Vlatko Vedral: Everything is information.

    Thanks, Nancy Antia, for an amazing YouTube.

  • November26th2011


    The third piece of evidence that the existence of the afterlife can be explained in quantum terms has to do with the concept of time and that if is possible to live outside of the boundaries time imposes on our life on the earthly plane.

    We are constantly told by beings in the afterlife that time moves much more slowly for them and that the higher realms are outside of time. Before quantum physics this seemed impossible.

  • November25th2011


    Everything is Energy

    Even the parts of the atom that we think of as “particles”- little balls of solid matter- under some circumstances behave as waves of energy. This means that what we think of a matter- the basis of materialism- is in fact energy vibrating at a slower speed.

    I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  • November13th2011


    Over the next month, some of the posts will include the twelve discoveries from quantum physics that provide strong, if not conclusive, evidence for the existence of an afterlife and the survival of consciousness (the soul) after death. We’ve shared other types of evidence such as near death experiences and lives suggestive of reincarnation, but this series will be all based on quantum physics, hopefully tailored to us lay people. So that our heads won’t explode, I promise I’ll dole all twelve discoveries over a long period of time. I’d like to thank Victor Zammit for his contribution in this, among his other substantiations for life after death. If you haven’t signed up for his weekly newsletters, please go to the CE links sections and do so. He doesn’t disappoint.

    Quantum Physics and the Afterlife

    Those who think they can rely on outdated science to support a materialist view of a universe without an afterlife and psychic phenomena are clearly misinformed.

    A revolution is going on in science.

    Over the last few decades there has been a significant increase in research into quantum physics, the study of atoms and subatomic particles and energies.

    Quantum physicists are discovering no conflict at all between the physics of the subatomic world and belief in the paranormal and the afterlife. Indeed they are showing that the phenomena we now call “paranormal” are normal and consistent with the what is now known about laws of science at this level.

    There has been a shift from an older Newtonian view that the universe is made up of lifeless clumps of matter where the ultimate reality is “fundamental particles” to one of wholeness and the consciousness of all living things.

    The picture of our universe that is emerging is one of INTERCONNECTION – of mind-matter interactions and of instant communication across vast distances. Physicists are slowly and surely discovering that at the heart of all matter there is ENERGY and CONSCIOUSNESS. 

    Quantum physics, also known as quantum mechanics, began in 1900 when Max Planck used the word ‘quanta’ to describe the units of force that kept subatomic particles together. It includes the work of Einstein and all the discoveries about what makes up the atom which are still being extended today with the Large Hadron Collider.

    The first discovery I’d like to introduce is that the atom is 99.99999999% EMPTY of matter.  This is important in the paranormal because it shows that what we think of as solid is really an illusion (just as all the great religions taught) and that it would be perfectly possible for other solid worlds operating at different frequencies to exist in the same space as ours (just like different radio or television signals co-exist).

    I hope this one minute YouTube video will help clarify this discovery.

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