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Connection With The Dead Or Fiction?
Connection With The Dead Or Fiction?
Connection with the dead or fiction?
Connection with the dead or fiction?

Russian scientists have uncovered the fatal SECRET OF THE DEATH OF THE A330 LINER by Air France, having received a signal from a subscriber who is no longer alive.


The computer of hydroacoustics, retired captain of the second rank Vadim Svitnev recorded the words:


It was a message from another world, and it is not a mystic - a fact.

What seemed impossible until recently is already a reality. Contacts with the other world with the help of technical means are already successfully going on in Russia. The inventors managed to create experimental samples of unique equipment that allows you to get in touch with those who have left earthly life for eternity.

In the archive of the Russian Association for Instrumental Transcommunication (RAITK), headed by Artem Mikheev, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, thousands of sound files are stored, indicating radio contacts with the afterlife. The most recent of them are records with answers about the fate of the liner that disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean. They were received by the candidate of technical sciences Vadim Svitnev, in the past - a military sailor, specialist in hydroacoustics.


Scientists asked contactees from another world about the fate of the airbus that disappeared over the Atlantic in the presence of the author of these lines. This experience was not the first - before, back in 2004, Artem Mikheev, using instrumental transcommunication, was the first to unravel the mystery of the death of two Russian airliners blown up by kamikaze passengers. Immediately after the tragedy, an electronic voice received by the apparatus designed by Russian scientists for communication with the other world uttered two clearly distinguishable words: "There was a terrorist."

After the sinking of the French liner, remembering that experience five years ago, Mikheev and his colleagues tried to get in touch with the other world in the presence of a journalist and get answers about the causes of the disaster. We have recorded the communication session in order to document the contact.

Answers to questions came literally at the same second. It's amazing - words were formed from a set of random sounds-phonemes stored in the computer's memory! The probability of an accidental coincidence is almost zero - it is much more difficult to make a phrase out of chaos that is related in meaning than to guess all the numbers in the lottery. After all, this is not a one-time coincidence. This is not even just a flow of information, it is a concrete answer to our main question: "What was the cause of the disaster?"

Having driven the records through special filters, Vadim Svitnev cleared them of extraneous noise.

Here's what we heard:

1. "Air tragedy".

2. "Watching a crime."

3. "There was some kind of box."

4. "In the Atlantic there is a real catastrophe, everyone burned down, here living suicide bombers are immortal."

5. "We are witnessing a crime, there was some kind of box in the building …".

6. "French, we are witnessing a crime!"

The aviation security specialists to whom we literally reported this information are inclined to believe that there was an explosion on board. And they admit that its reason may be related to a criminal plan - what if there was a person on board the liner whom someone really wanted to eliminate? The explosion of the planted mine could break the plane in the air.


“Our project is aimed at creating a stably functioning instrumental channel of communication with the other world with the possibility of addressing,” explains Artem Mikheev.- It will be possible to communicate with a specific person, even a long gone …

According to the scientist, he and his colleagues discovered an amazing phenomenon associated with the impact of the "other side" (as they call the afterlife) on the sound card and computer processor. When phonemes are passed through them (these are the elementary components of human speech) with subsequent special processing, an answer comes.

Mikheev and his associates hope to develop a mobile technical device that would give a high quality of communication with the other world.

“We want to make instrumental transcommunication available to everyone,” says Artem Mikheev. - So that everyone is convinced that death is just a transition to another state. So that the fear of death disappears from people. So that everyone knows that their loved ones really left for another world, only leaving their body here …


The search for technical devices that could provide communication with the "other world" has been going on for more than a hundred years - mediums have tried to record the "voices of spirits" with the help of a phonograph. Even the ingenious inventor Thomas Edison in 1933 worked on a device that would allow a person to establish contact with dead people. He did not succeed, but in 1959, a chance helped the Swede Friedrich Jurgenson to record the voice of his deceased mother on a tape recorder.

He walked through the forest, recording birds singing. And while listening to the tape, I heard the voice of my mother, who called him by name. Jurgenson subsequently recorded hundreds of paranormal voices and published the book Radio Contact with the Dead. The Latvian psychologist Konstantin Raudiv, having read it, considered everything to be fantastic, but decided to repeat the experiments. And I was shocked when it turned out to be true! Raudive compiled a catalog of tens of thousands of voices.

In the seventies, American explorer George Meek invented the Spirikom, a device that was supposed to communicate with another world. Messages came, but a full-fledged two-way dialogue did not work. A quarter of a century ago, the German engineer Hans Otto Koenig invented a "telegenerator" to obtain images of those who have gone from our world.

A method was widely used to "isolate" sounds from "white noise" - chaotic sounds, the spectral components of which are evenly distributed over the entire range of frequencies involved. It got its name from white light, which contains electromagnetic waves of frequencies of the entire visible range of electromagnetic radiation.

Experiments were going on all over the world, contacts with "that light" were already conducted using computers, but in each case a psychic medium had to be present during the sessions. Without this “human factor,” communication did not work.

In 2004, Professor Anabela Cardoso, together with colleagues from the University of Naples, after a series of experiments, officially recognized the phenomenon of "electronic voices". Now it's the turn of the Russians. Artem Mikheev and his colleagues managed to develop a functional diagram of a transcommunication device that provides a stable communication channel.

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