This is the story of a normal woman who experienced the impossible objective contacts with another dimension through loud and clear voices received by electronic means during Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC) experiments. Dr Cardoso, a senior diplomat, describes the astounding experiences that transformed her life since she started ITC research in 1997. She presents extracts of conversations with her deceased loved ones and other personalities who insisted that they live in another world. The level of agreement between communications received by the author and concepts, even words, recorded by other experimenters from Jurgenson and Raudive to contemporary operators, constitutes compelling evidence of the reality of the next world that awaits us all. As communicators from Timestream told Dr Cardoso: The dead pass through here, you pass through here!. Electronic Voices breaks new ground in the literature providing details of audio contacts, recorded under controlled conditions, with beings in an evolved dimension, which they describe as another space, beyond time.
This evolved dimension of life corresponds to an evolved state of consciousness in the cosmic evolutionary sequence.
Anabela Cardoso, one of the foremost researchers of communication with entities that are no longer living in the familiar form in this world but are alive nonetheless, has written a book that merits being number one on everybody's reading list. It addresses the question that is the deepest and for ordinary mortals (who may yet prove to be more than mortals) by every count the most important; and she addresses it with remarkable acuity, modesty, and in the light of unquestionably convincing evidence. (Professor Ervin Laszlo, arguably the world's most important systems philosopher, twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Founder and President of the Club of Budapest, author of 83 books.) This remarkable book tells an incredible story. Anabela Cardoso, the author, relates her use of modern electronic procedures, Instrumental Transcommunication, to study an ancient topic, contact with deceased people. Dr. Cardoso's account reads like a detective story, one in which there are dramatic surprises, detours, and breakthroughs as the plot twists and turns. Some readers will be convinced that there is life after bodily demise, others will become perplexed, and still others will remain sceptical. But all of them will be challenged to reconsider and perhaps revise their worldview about life, about death, and about reality itself. (Stanley Krippner, Former President of the Parapsychological Association, leading international parapsychologist)