Afterlife: What Happens When We Die?

Afterlife: What Happens When We Die?

Afterlife: What Happens When We Die?

AfterLife: A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife

Today I am excited to share a  fascinating interview with Victor Zammit author of, “A Lawyer Presents The Evidence For The Afterlife,” (published by White Crow Books) a book I cannot recommend highly enough.

It is a must read if you are interested in the proof that exists for the continuation of life after death. This is my second interview with Victor and I am delighted to welcome him back to Powered by Intuition.

Victor has collected mountains of evidence to support that our consciousness survives physical death which he sets forth just as he would a case before a judge and jury in a court of law. The evidence truly does speak for itself. Thank you Victor for your years of research and what must have been a massive effort to compile it all into this incredible book.

1. Victor what factors in your life led you to become so passionate about investigating the afterlife?

One morning in August 1990 my ‘psychic alarm clock’ went off! Without wanting to be involved in the paranormal, I began to experience aspects of psychic phenomena – e.g. some telepathy, knowing when the phone was going to ring. In one particular instance I remember, two of my clients turned white in the face when they came to my office and I told them where they had just been, who they talked to, and what they talked about. 

At that time I was regularly going to the Humanists’ weekly meetings. The Humanists were materialist skeptics who completely reject anything paranormal. When I tried to share my experiences with them, they would not believe me! So I was motivated to prepare the evidence for psychic phenomena as I would prepare a legal case.  Inevitably, an investigation of psychic phenomena led to the evidence for the afterlife.  It took me some six months to prepare my case.

Then the Humanists asked me to address their members. Of course, they could not cope with my detailed preparation. It was such a devastating delivery citing some twenty areas of afterlife evidence – they were just stunned. During question time there was an old-time Humanist who came out with a real classic, “Victor, I would not believe in the afterlife even if you could prove it to me.” That, I told them, says it all and replied “maybe another two lifetimes and you will catch up.”

2. After reading your book “A Lawyer Presents The Evidence For The Afterlife” I was astounded at the vast amount of evidence to support the theory that we survive physical death. With so much evidence why do you think the majority of the public remains unaware of it?

One the one hand in Christian countries there is a deep prejudice against the practice of mediumship and a fear of the paranormal as being demonic.  From 1272 until the nineteenth century the Church had a world wide war against mediums and the paranormal. The Inquisition became a business where Inquisitors took over the property and wealth of the victims. This kind of fear of being thought to be involved in anything paranormal became embedded in the culture and people were afraid to talk about their experiences of spirit contact. One can understand perhaps that people with deeply entrenched anti-paranormal beliefs will not be too receptive to ‘empirical proof of the paranormal and the afterlife evidence’.

Another big problem is the materialist media which are against the paranormal and the afterlife evidence. I quite accept that the owners of the media know that the more spiritual people become, the less those people will be involved in materialism. I, for one, do not read the papers anymore, hardly watch television except primarily documentaries – and hardly ever listen to the radio. I became vegetarian, do not smoke and don’t drink alcohol.  The third big problem is the education system, particularly at university level, which is geared toward scientific materialism and against acceptance of any form of the paranormal. But notwithstanding this we have made huge progress these last twenty five years – and it appears we will continue to make progress.

3. There are only a handful of scientists who are open minded enough to investigate anything related to the “paranormal.” And much of their findings are statistically significant yet, the scientific community still scoffs. What will it take for the greater scientific community to start to accept their findings?

This question has to do not so much with the proof of the paranormal-afterlife but with allocation of funding for jobs for scientists. Science follows the money as scientists need career paths. Big companies are usually the ones which allocate funding for research at universities and elsewhere. And this means that scientists have to toe their line. At the moment if a scientist wants to work in science, the scientist cannot go public about paranormal research, as we have seen in the recent controversy about the banning of the video of Dr Rupert Sheldrake’s talk from the TED talks main site.

It is changing slowly, particularly as the implications of findings in the area of quantum physics start to filter through to scientists working in other areas. The development of multi-disciplinary conferences on consciousness have been an excellent start as has been the public support for the work of the Windbridge Institute, Prof. Gary Schwartz’ research group in Arizona, the Family Forever Foundation, and The Division of Personality Studies at the University of Virginia. But what has been the real game changer is the internet. Now people are feeling empowered to share their experiences and discover that they are not alone. Dr.Charles Tart even created a website for scientists to anonymously share their transformative experiences.

And as more and more individual scientists have personal experiences they will start to influence others. I had scientists who contacted me stating that they agree wholeheartedly with what I state on my website and in my weekly reports. One of them is a very senior government scientist was sent to Russia to help clean the nuclear mess some years ago. After his wife died he began to have direct contact experiences with her which totally transformed his beliefs.

Hopefully as afterlife science develops, particularly when Instrumental Trans-Communication is perfected, future science will have no alternative but to accept the evidence for the afterlife.  

 4. Victor your book covers evidence of the afterlife from near death experiences, death bed visions, out of body experiences, to past life regression and past life memories in children and so much more.  Are there one or two areas of evidence that really stand out that you can share with us?

As a retired attorney, I find the objective and repeatable evidence of materialization mediumship most stunning. In every session our medium goes into trance, he exudes ectoplasm and soon after an extra human being – as solid as you and me – appears in the closed and locked room.  He calls himself ‘William’ and confirms he is a resident from the afterlife. I have been conversing with William (the medium’s guide) for seven years. You could not get more solid proof than that!  Then the spirit team brings through the loved ones of those present for reunions. When you have people who died years ago materializing, walking around the room and talking in their own voices to their loved ones and sharing specific memories, that is spectacular evidence.

I have been attending sessions with David Thompson for seven years. The evidence is absolutely stunning – it fulfils all scientific criteria: the formula is repeated over time and space, keeping variables constant and yielding the same results. That is science. My expertise in the admissibility of evidence shows that this kind of evidence would be very highly persuasive to any scientist, any academic, any brilliant man or woman who has an open mind. I know from experience closed minded skeptics are a dead loss – they do not have the skills, ability and the competence to perceive the paranormal with empirical equanimity. The critical thing is that the experiment is repeatable. After seven years I cannot fault it – even though for years I used formal scientific method, where security was impeccably tight and intervening variables strictly controlled. 

The other area of evidence that really impresses me is mental mediumship. I came across some really gifted mental mediums – and they are just brilliant.  When helping the police, some of them are able to come up with the gender and the race of a victim – and even the name and description of the killer. They can tell how and when the victim died – even to the day, month and year sometimes 20 years before. I discovered that the very best of these gifted mental mediums had passed the most stringent tests by scientists.

5. Why is physical mediumship important to afterlife investigation and how does it provide more evidence for the afterlife then mental mediumship?

As I stated above in question 4, materialization mediumship (the most developed form of physical mediumship) is to me even more evidential that mental mediumship.  In mental mediumship there is always the question of whether the medium is picking up the information psychically. But when you have a living breathing solid human being walking around the room, answering questions and exhibiting memories and emotions separate from the medium, it is very difficult not to accept that the afterlife exists. My own sister came through, my partner’s father came through, with his very broad Australian accent. They talk about things known only to the person they came to see. They speak with the same voices they had when they lived on earth and retain the same characteristics. One young man confirmed that when he felt his grandfather’s hand it was missing the finger he had lost while alive.

6. Most physical mediums operate in complete darkness. Why is this so and how can a sitter at a séance know that what they experienced in the “dark” was real? Can you give a potential sitter some pointers?

It is very important for a potential sitter is to do a lot of reading about physical mediumship and materializations. You need to listen to some of the sessions of the direct voice medium Leslie Flint (available online)- many of them talk about the complexities of physical mediumship. You should read about the great physical mediums of the past.  Being prepared is very important. The experience is so out of the ordinary that the mind goes into overdrive. You need to pay close attention to the briefing before the sitting and observe closely all the precautions being taken to convince the sitters that the medium cannot possibly be moving around the room.

In materialization medium David Thompson’s sessions two independent checkers are appointed. They check the séance room and all the equipment thoroughly to make sure that there are no trap-doors, hidden equipment etc. They watch closely as everyone including the medium is searched and checked with a metal detector before entering the room. They watch closely as the medium is strapped into a chair and the straps secured with one-way plastic cable ties and then gagged so that he cannot speak.  Then during the séance everyone holds hands so that it is impossible for anyone to move without being detected.

After the séance try to talk to one or two of the people who have experienced reunions with their loved ones. Ask them if anyone else present was aware of the details that were discussed. And finally when you get home see how difficult it is to move around in a pitch dark room without falling over anything.

7. What conditions are necessary for a physical medium to operate in red light?

It depends on a number of factors. Firstly there is the development of the medium; most physical mediums spend years developing in total darkness. Then it depends on the energy level of the medium at the time, the residual energy in the room, and the energy of the sitters. The critical factor appears to be relaxation and harmony. Any negativity, animosity or doubt among the sitters would lower the level of energy required for the red light operation to take place. But always it is up to the spirit scientists- they are the ones who make the decision if red light can be used.

I have seen ectoplasm in red light a number of times. No one on earth can say that ectoplasm is not real – it just exudes from the medium’s nose, side of the mouth and even from his ears sometimes. Hundreds of people in the U.K., in Europe, Australia and the U.S have witnessed this ectoplasm – like thick smoke – crawling down on to the mediums legs’ and onto the floor. Red light has given us the authenticity that ectoplasm is real. Those skeptical loonies in the skeptic-camp still deny ectoplasm is real – claiming it is cheesecloth!!

8. Why do so many famous individuals who are now in spirit visit séances? Do they have purpose for showing up so frequently? And, is this the norm for physical circles around the world?

Most of the ‘famous’ individuals who show up in physical séances appear to have been people with  a strong interest in physical mediumship- people like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Helen Duncan, Leslie Flint, Gordon Higginson.  You don’t normally get ‘celebrities’ dropping in unless there is a close personal connection with one of the sitters or unless an issue is raised which concerns them. Some circles may attract the support of one or two regulars who want to use the fact that they are well known to prove the continuity of life. In David Thompson’s circle Louis Armstrong usually comes through and sings. Former stand-up British comic Quentin Crisp says that his purpose in coming through is to reassure gay people that there is no discrimination in the afterlife.

9. What do you think the next twenty years will bring in afterlife research? Do you envision a day when we no longer question the afterlife?

The next twenty years could be really enlightening about afterlife research. Whilst my particular preference is materialization, so much depends on so many people to get science to accept it. Materialization is ahead of its time – but one day when people understand more about the afterlife, more and more people will automatically accept it – because the evidence is so sensational. Having said that, I see huge potential for a truly revolutionary acceptance of the afterlife in Instrumental Trans-communication ITC – and Electronic Voice Phenomena, EVP. To-day a few people in Brazil, U.S. and Germany are getting reasonably good ITC. When it is perfected in the future, it will cause a sensation because loved ones would be able to appear on a television monitor and talk to us for a short period. If this can be done to a few people now, our best hope is that it can be done to a larger number of people in the future.

10. What’s next and what are you working on now?  

Wendy and I see our role as getting the information out to as many people as possible though our new book, A Lawyer Presents The Evidence For The Afterlife which is available though all the online bookshops and through our weekly Friday Afterlife Report. We are putting together a number of new websites and plan to make the information available in different languages. We are also expanding our work with social media.

I would like to continue researching what happens to us after we cross over- especially getting to know the circumstances in each realm.

What questions do you have about the evidence for the afterlife? Have you had an evidential experience that you would care to share? Please feel free to leave a comment for Victor.

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Victor Zammit is a retired attorney, author and publisher of The Weekly Afterlife Report. You can find his new book, A Lawyer Presents The Evidence For The Afterlife on Amazon. Connect to Victor on FB  and subscribe to his weekly newsletter.

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