Reverend Dr. Sheri Perl is an Afterlife Research and Education Institute ITC facilitator. She is the developer of The Prayer Registry, a website honoring children who have passed. Sheri is using Instrumental TransCommunication to record the messages from children who have passed away to their parents. She calls the work “Lost and Found.” Sheri is using the North American Station for transmission and recording the voices on her laptop. The voices are most often one to three words, with some very clear statements and some less clear because of limitations of the signal coming from the Station. This is a very early time in the development of our link to the North American Station on the other side. Anyone who listens to the voices must understand that many are difficult to hear and some can be heard only by a trained ear. We’re expecting the transmissions to be clearer as the Station matures.
Sheri asks parents who want to connect with their children in spirit to call her. She puts the phone up to a recording microphone so the parents can ask their children questions. Sheri records the questions and the background noise. The parent and Sheri don’t hear the child respond at that time. When Sheri plays back the recording she has made, the child’s response may follow the parent’s question. The responses are often difficult to hear. Sheri shares only those she can verify as clear enough to be heard easily.
Example Recordings for Parents
In the example that follows, a mother speaking over the phone begins her session with her son in spirit. This is her first statement and the response Sheri and the parent heard when they played back the recording. You will hear the mother say “Hi Sweety” and his immediate response, “Hi mom.” The background noise is the broken-up, meaningless vocal sounds the researchers use that the speakers transform into words.
Another mother on the telephone says, “Alexandria, are you happy?” You will hear “All the time.”
A mother asks, “Are you in Heaven.” The answer, “I am.”
A mother asks, “I love you, and I just want to know, do you still love me?” The answer, “I love you.”
In this example, the mother on the telephone says, “Hi Justin, it’s Mom.” You will hear “Hi Mom.”
Recordings of Children in Spirit Giving Their Names
Recently, Sheri asked the children of parents she is working with to come through with their names. She has had over 300 responses and is in the process of categorizing them now.
This is Jacob
Things are great here.
I’m here mama.
You can hear more examples on Sheri’s website at http://theprayerregistry.wordpress.com
Instructions for using the method of Instrumental Transcommunication that anyone can use are online at http://www/spiritualunderstanding.org/instructions.htm.