posted on Nov, 7 2005 @ 02:36 AM
I have read this very interesting article claiming that a man by the name of George Meek had invented a machine to communicate with the dead called
"One of these devotees was the American industrialist George Meek, who had made a fortue in the air conditioning industry before retiring on his 60th
birthday to pursue his interest in the untapped powers of the human spirit.
He organised and funded research teams to travel to remote parts of the world to investigate such phenoma as 'energy healing' and the use of
acupuncture as a painkiller during surgery.
He also conducted many experiments imself and was especially fascinated by studying how the growth of plants could be affected by the emotions of
those tending to them.
But by far the strangest of his inventions was the Spiricom, a radio device that he hoped might establish contact with the afterlife."
The article also goes on to say, that George Meek collaborated with a psychic medium "Bill O'Neal", and for months in 1979 continued to work on
this odd invention until one day a spirit voice came through the machine and actually spoke to them through the machine. Anyway, to find out what the
spirit says to them read the rest of the article here: farshores.org...
Anyone have any opinions? Can a device really be invented to communicate with the afterlife? I happen to think so. If humans were able to invent the
lightbulb, radio, television, the microwave, electronic circuit chips, cars, and all the other modern conveniences we have today, then why not a
device to communicate with spirits? It sounds very plausible to me! How about everyone else?