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WILLIAM TREURNIET’s ANALYSIS OF ROBIN FOYS “WITNESSING THE IMPOSSIBLE”

By August 9, 2012October 17th, 2021Uncategorized

William Treurniet is a retired scientist who brings forward intruiging contents, based on scientific methodology. He writes: “I’m retired from a career in
science where one is paid to study acceptable topics. It’s fun now to
think outside the box without being overly concerned about approval
from mainstream science. Nevertheless, I use accepted scientific
methodology in the exploratory research reported here. No topics are
taboo, and the intention is to contribute new insights to discussions
that interest me.”

Robin Foys “Witnessing the Impossible” is after the Salomon-Publication and the “The Scole Report” the only full account, reporting every single of the over 600 seances held by the “Scole Group”

He summarizes his new work so: The book, Witnessing the Impossible by Robin Foy, is a
diary of events that occurred during physical mediumship séances from
1993 until 1998. Because of the format, similar events are scattered
throughout the book. Items in different categories of events are pulled
together in this article and the categories are discussed separately. Of
primary interest to the author were the physics underlying spirit
phenomena and the social milieu in the spirit world. The analysis
suggests that there is such a thing as spirit energy that pervades the
spirit world and exists in the séance environment. Transformation of
this spirit energy to some physical phenomena appeared to be accompanied
by electrical effects. The spirit world is seen as an environment
controlled by mental events. Interactions among the inhabitants suggest
that they form a collective held together by love. The collective would
consist of groups in a distributed control system where each is
motivated by the same overall objectives. 

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