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A technology has been developed to locate séance sounds. Using an array of microphones and new computer programs, Eckhard Krause's system can pinpoint the placement and volume of voices in a room, no matter how little light may exist. See a demostration here.

Recent Library acquisitions include:
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Your Immortal Self: Exploring the Mindful Way, by Tom Butler of AA-EVP and the Ethric Studies organization. "The book begins with a redefinition of the survival hypothesis as the Trans-Survival Hypothesis. The remainder of Section I is concerned with the Implicit Cosmology which is based on the possible consequences of survival. Section II is concerned with the community in which paranormalists consider survival and Section III is concerned with the phenomena of trans-etheric influences."

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Lucky James by Keith Parsons. "This is a racy story about James and Marnie winning millions on the Big Lottery. It's about what they do with their winnings, and what it does to them. It's about romance, seduction, greed and treachery. Also featured is a psychic detective helping to trace a crook, and the quest of James to discover whether this man can provide empirical proof of the Afterlife. It is about the nature of reality, finding fulfilment, and why we are here.


news pix Vernon Neppe, M.D., Ph.D., FRSSAf, a member of the AECES Advisory Board, has received the prestigious Whiting Memorial Award for 2016. Dr. Neppe shares the award with his research partner, Dr. Edward Close. The award is for "expanding boundaries of scientific understanding" via their development of the Triadic Dimensional-Distinction Vortical Paradigm (TDVP). The Whiting Memorial Fund is a philanthropic fund administered by the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (ISPE).

A document titled Soul-Network Simile has been added to the new "What & How" section of the "Articles and Essays" page. Can the universe be explained in fewer than 1000 words?

Michael E. Tymn's Interviews of influential mediums and researchers (both living and "dead") are now available in the Legacy Files on this site.

An essay on Transgenders and Reincarnation has been added to the "Impacts on Daily Life" section of the "Articles and Essays" page.

Our president's book, The Realities of Heaven: Fifty Spirits Descvribe Your Future Home, is now available on Kindle.

A new section called "Master Works" has been added to the revitalized AECES website. This section links to books and articles about those mediums and channellers whose work has proven to be both outstanding and long-lasting. These might be thought of as the "After-Lifetime Achievement Awards."

The Society for Psychical Research has issued a call for papers to be presented at its 40th annual international conference to be held September 2 - 4, 2016, at the University of Leeds in the U.K.

An Australian Afterlife Explorers Conference will be held at Byron Bay, NSW, on 13-14 January 2017. Immediately following at the same location there will be a conference on UFOs.

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A biography of James J. Mapes, LL.D., has been added to the Legacy Files. An agricultural chemist, inventor, and philosophy professor, Mapes was an early investigator into the phenomena of spiritualism.


A biography of Isaac Funk has been added to the Legacy Files. Both a Lutheran minister and a successful publisher (as in Funk & Wagnalls' Standard Dictionary of the English Language), Funk was a researcher who authored two books on psychical phenomena.

A biography of William J. Crawford, D.Sc., has been added to the Legacy Files. An lecturer in engineering at Queen's University, Crawford is primarily remembered for his extensive study of the medium Kathleen Goligher.

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A new case has been added to the Survival Top 40. Titled, Coming Back Down Under, it relates an experiment by hypnotist Peter Ramster in which a woman from Australia recalls life as a male doctor in Scotland during the early 1830s.

A document by lawyer Victor Zammit has been added to the Library. Sally Morgan v. The Daily Mail examines the legal implications of the libel case for mediums.

The biography of G. Vale Owen has been added to the Legacy Files. Owen was a clergyman whose automatic writings got him expelled from the Church of England.. His books, Life Beyond the Veil and Ministry of Heaven were often reprinted and widely translated..

For everyone interested in whether or not reincarnation is a reality, there is a new book by the president of our organization. Titled Defending Bridey's Honor, this small (160 pages) and inexpensive book considers and counters arguments against rebirth from secular materialists, spiritualists, and other skeptics. In-between, it presents some of the very best cases confirming the reality of reincarnation. Available now from Amazon.com.

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The biography of Franek Kluski has been added to the Legacy Files. Kluski was a journalist and banker who rather reluctantly became a materialization medium at the age of 45. He is best known for the casts of spirits' body parts made using melted wax. These are "impossible artifacts" that demonstrate the existence of a spirit world.

Trevor Hamilton, author of Immortal Longings, an in-depth biography of F.W.H. Myers, has written a new book titled Tell My Mother I'm Not Dead: A Case Study in Mediumship Research. Although AECES is not in the business of doing book reviews, we make special note of it here because Hamilton devotes several pages to our Survival Top 40 and its Evidence Scoring System. He calls the AECES site "the most immediately accessible source of good case studies." Hamilton's book is the story of his sessions with ten mediums after the accidental death of his son, followed by a most thorough and insightful analysis of the evidence so provided. A perfect book for any skeptic in mourning.

Flush My Ashes, by Michael E. Tymn, has been added to the AECES Document Library. When does the spirit leave the physical body and what to do with the remains?

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The Social Relevance of Reincarnation, by Stephen Sakellarios, has been added to the AECES Document Library. Contrary to the claims of famous folk trios, having to face the consequences of your actions in another life can have a major impact on human rights.

Further changes have been made to the organization of the Survival Top 40 list. We have divided the list into the top 20 spirit-contact cases and the top 20 reincarnation cases. This was done for two reasons: first, because contact cases are difficult to compare fairly with recall cases, and second, to make the list easier to scan and assimilate. Also, the top five cases in each list are starred so that someone lacking the time to examine the entire list can concentrate on the top ten cases. Within each list, the cases remain ordered by date, but the scores have been retained.

A new Survival Top 40 case titled Keeping Them In the Family has been posted (#77). This case concerns two sisters murdered on the streets of England who are reborn as twins to the same family. Thoroughly investigated by Ian Stevenson, Ph.D., and others, the case is an excellent counter to those who posit genetic memory or fetal telepathy as an alternative to reincarnation..

A Cross-Examination of Stephen Hawking, by Victor Zammit, LL.D., Ph.D., has been added to the AECES Document Library. The renowned cosmologist is taken to fictional court and forced to face the ramifications of making ignorant speculations and denials concerning the afterlife.

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The biography of Archie Roy has been added to the Legacy Files. Roy was professor emeritus of astronomy and honorary research fellow in the University of Glasgow. He served as president of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) (1993-95) and was founder of the Scottish Society for Psychical Research.

The Survival Top 40 list has been reorganized. The cases are now listed in order by date, not be ESS score. This move is intended to minimize discussion as to whether one case should be ranked as more convincing than some other case. The scoring system is still used to determine qualification for the list; but, any case that scores sufficiently high to qualify for inclusion in the top 40 list should be considered worthy of being labeled "most convincing." The numerical score earned will still be printed at the top of each case description .

A new Survival Top 40 case titled My Mother's Brother Is My Father's Son has been posted. This case concerns a boy in Finland who, starting at 18 months of age, claimed to be his own uncle who had died 10 months before the boy was born. Thoroughly investigated by Ian Stevenson, Ph.D., the case is remarkable for the number of traumatic incidents recalled from the uncle's brief life. The case rated an ESS score of 261, currently placing it at number 33 on the Top-40 list.

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The biography of George Pellew has been added to the Legacy Files. Pellew was a member of the ASPR who died young and was shocked to find himself still conscious in the astral world. He became one of Leonora Piper's main controls and provided extensive evidence for the reality of Survival..

Prompted by the desire to more fairly evaluate cases involving childhood memories of past lives, extensive modifications have been made to the Evidence Scoring System. This has resulted in several changes in the current rankings of cases on the Survival Top 40 list.

A new Survival Top 40 case titled Guns and Rebirth has been posted. This case concerns a child who, starting at 18 months of age, claimed to be a man who was killed by gunfire many years previously. Thoroughly investigated by Erlundur Haraldsson, Ph.D., more than 30 specific citations of names, places, and objects were confirmed by 10 separate witnesses. The case rated an ESS score of 279, currently placing it at number 6 on the Top-40 list.

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A new Kindle book, Among Mediums: A Scientist's Quest for Answers is now available. Therein, Julie Beischel, Ph.D., an AECES Advisory Board member, discusses her research investigating the accuracy and specificity of information reported by mediums; unique aspects of mediums' experiences, psychology, and physiology; and the potentially useful social applications of mediumship readings in fields including bereavement, end-of-life care, and forensics.

Pediatrician.Arun Kumar. Suri, M.D., has started an online petition to urge the World Health Organization to review the definition of health which, he says, needs to be changed in order to include the spiritual dimension. He requests all who are convinced of the existence of the soul to support the petition. AECES dose not take a stand on such issues but gives the following link as a service to those members interested in supporting Suri's efforts. http://www.change.org/en-IN/petitions/world-health-organization-review-the-definition-of-health-and-include-the-spiritual-dimension.

A Twinkle In Time has been added to the AECES Document Library. This document consists of two excerpts from The Survival Files that provide an uncommon perspective on the reality and meaning of time.

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The biography of Hornell Hart has been added to the Legacy Files. Hart was a professor of sociology at Duke University and author of The Enigma of Survival. He coined the term "Super-ESP,' although he argued convincingly against it as an explanation for all Survival evidence.

The Fenwicks Go To Heaven is the newest addition to the AECES Document Library. This excerpt from the book titled Beyond Human Personality tells an intriguing tale of family ties in the life hereafter. It was imparted to the medium Geraldine Cummins by the spirit of F.W.H. Myers during the early 1930s.

Quotations from the book Beyond Human Personality by the spirit of F.W.H. Myers via the medium Geraldine Cummins have been added to the Afterlife Guide.

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Quotations from the book The Other Side by Bishop James Pike have been added to the Afterlife Guide.

The biography of psychologist William Newbold, Ph.D. has been posted to the Legacy Files. A University of Pennsylvania professor of philosophy and psychology, and Dean of the University's Graduate School, Newbold carried out considerable research with trance medium Leonora Piper.

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A new Survival Top 40 case titled Where There's a Will has been posted. This case concerns visions received from a deceased father that directed his son to discover a new and previously unknown Last Will and Testament. First reported by ythe SPR in 1928, this is likely the best documented case of its kind. The case rated an ESS score of 258, currently placing it at number 35 on the Top-40 list.

[Calendar Update] The 38th Annual Conference of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc. (formerly ASPSI) will be held at the Wyndham Oceanfront hotel in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, from May 17 through May 19, 2013.

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The biography of Robert Crookall, D.Sc., Ph.D. has been posted to the Legacy Files. Author of The Supreme Adventure, Crookall was a collector, analyzer, and advocate of evidence for Survival. He studied and wrote about the NDE (although he did not use that term) two decades before Dr. Moody's book.

A response has been mailed to the editor of Psychology Today magazine regarding the article titled "The Unbearable Uncanniness of Being" that appeared in the July/August issue. Clicke here to view.

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The biography of Minnie Harrison has been posted to the Legacy Files. One of the best know mediums of all time — or, at least, she would have been had she sought any publicity. In good light, Harrison effected remarkably lifelike materializations that walked and talked and touched and even kissed witnesses before melting into the floor.

All prices for AECES items are now set at our cost — you only pay (CafePress) for printing and delivery, Our volunteers have donated these designs to make it easier for you to spread the word about Survival. Please help by wearing or displaying these items wherever and whenever feasible. Note that the new URL — www.AfterlifeProof.org — now appears on bumper stickers, car magnets, and aluminum front plates. Revisions have also been made recently to other store items (see pix and links below).

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The "Courses" page is now active under the Outreach Projects menu. There are four categories:
        1. Accredited College-Level Courses
        2. Training for Professionals
        3. Courses by Established Organizations
        4. Training by Mediums and Researchers.
Note to teachers, researchers, and other professionals: This list is just a start. Please check it out and send us links to other courses that may qualify for inclusion.

[14 June 2012] The "Courses" page is now active under the Outreach Projects menu.

There are four categories:

  1. Accredited College-Level Courses
  2. Training for Professionals
  3. Courses by Established Organizations
  4. Training by Mediums and Researchers.

Note to teachers, researchers, and other professionals: This list is just a start. Please check it out and send us links to other courses that may qualify for inclusion. [18 June 2012] All prices for AECES items are now set at our cost - you only pay (CafePress) for printing and delivery, Our volunteers have donated these designs to make it easier for you to spread the word about Survival. Please help by wearing or displaying these items wherever and whenever feasible. Note that the new URL - www.AfterlifeProof.org - now appears on bumper stickers, license plate holders, car magnets, and aluminum front plates. Revisions have also been made recently to other store items.

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The Resource page has been updated and categorized.

The AECES website can now be accessed via www.AfterlifeProof.org. This new URL is in addition to www.AECES.info, which will remain active. The new address should prove easier to communicate verbally as the terms are descriptive and one will not have to spell a strange word. Also, the .org suffix is more familiar and easier to recall than the .info one. To reiterate, we are not changing our name, just adding another way of reaching us.

We have come up with a new marketing tagline: GET AN AFTERLIFE !
      Shirts, caps, car magnets, and other items are now available with this slogan. Please help spread the word by purchasing these and wearing or displaying them whenever it seems appropriate. They're sure to start conversations that will give you a chance to encourage others to learn the facts about Survival … and to join AECES.

 

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[April 23, 2012] Your participation is needed as Outreach Projects get underway. Now that all four of the AECES Resource Projects (the Survival Top 40, the Afterlife Guide, the Legacy Files, and the Supporting Evidence collection) are fully operational, the time has come to ramp up our efforts to let people know about them.
The first Outreach Project involves responding to those who write about or ask about the existence of an afterlife. Our efforts will focus on three types of media: (1) Periodicals - articles and letters printed in magazines, newspapers, and newsletters. (2) Blogs, fora, and other postings on the Web. (3) Queries and comments addressed directly to AECES.
Note the "Responses" button that is part of the reformatted menu on the left of the AECES web pages.
Periodicals - We must rely on you and other members to monitor the periodicals you receive and let us know when we might respond with a letter (on official AECES letterhead) to the author or editor of the piece. Send us any published writing that questions the reality of an afterlife or suggests that belief in such is a matter or personal opinion rather than demonstrated fact. If the article is not on the web and you cannot scan it to send it, please clip it out or photocopy it and mail it to us. You are more than welcome to include your proposed reply, should you wish to write one.
Internet - There are thousands of ever-changing ways that people can post on the World Wide Web. Clearly, AECES does not have anywhere near the staff that would be required to monitor all of those sites, let alone respond whenever the opportunity avails, especially as many sites require registration before a response can be posted. Nevertheless, being that communicating evidence for an afterlife is our reason for existence as an organization, it would be a shame to ignore opportunities to talk directly with those individuals who have expressed some interest in such. Therefore, please help spread the word by responding to any statement you encounter on the Web that is antagonistic to, or dubious of, or questions the evidence for Survival. On the AECES site, (click on the "Responses" button) you can find numerous examples of paragraphs that might be employed for this purpose. Of course, you are welcome to write your own responses. We would appreciate a copy of any responses you send out.
So, be on the lookout for opportunities whenever you visit a relevant website and help spread the word. The idea is not to win an argument, or even to engage in one, but to make interested parties aware of the existence of the AECES site and the facts provided therein.
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Buried Crosses Found! A cache of artifacts from the original Garland/Parent collection was recently discovered in New York. (See Top-40 case number 15 for background info on this important evidence for Survival.) We have created a new section of the AECES site to showcase our exclusive photos of these and to present all known photos in a single, easily accessible location. Click on the new "Buried Crosses" button in our left-column menu for details and photos.

A new resource section has been added to the AECES Library (aisle 10). The "Video Vault" contains links to downloads and other sources of videos pertaining to Survival. It may be accessed from the left-column menu as well as withing the Library menues. AECES seeks suggestions on inclusions.

A new Survival Top 40 case titled Having A Friend has been posted. This is a case of 2-year-old child claiming to be the reincarnation of a previous friend of his mother. It is based on the work of H.G. Andrade in Brazil. The case rated an ESS score of 257, currently placing it at number 35 on the Top-40 list.

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The biography of J. Arthur Findlay has been posted to the Legacy Files. A researcher who wrote 10 books, Findlay is the founder of the Glasglow SPR, the International Institute for Psychical Research, and the Arthur Findlay College for Spiritualists.

A new Survival Top 40 case titled A Country Revival has been posted. This is a case of possession based on the work of Professor Ian Steverson and others. It rated an ESS score of 275, currently placing it at number nine on the Top-40 list (Thus knocking down to tenth place the case cited below.).

A new Survival Top 40 case titled Fire and Iceland has been posted. Derived from Professor Erlendur Haroldsson's paper concerning the Indridason/Jensen case in the JSPR of October 2011, it earned an ESS score of 275, currently placing it at number nine on the Top-40 list.

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We are most pleased to announce that, after many months of intense effort, the ÆCES AFTERLIFE GUIDE is ready for public use. The Afterlife Guide is an encyclopedic compilation of descriptions of the life hereafter, as dictated by discarnates and as recalled by the entranced. Given its nature, the Guide will never be "complete," but it has now been developed sufficiently to be of real value to researchers and students of Survival.

The Afterlife Guide is the fourth Resource Project for AECES, joining the Survival Top 40, the Legacy Files, and the Supporting Evidence sections to fulfill the original plan for a collection of valuable resources for all those interested in what happens to the human personality after the demise of the physical body. The Guide currently consists of quotes taken from 35 sources and assigned to 9 subjects, 49 categories, and 82 separate topics. There is also a list of sources and an introductory statement (which should be read first). Quotes within topics are listed pretty much in the order they were collected, but we expect in the future to re-group them, the better to reveal agreements and contrasts.

All AECES members are invited to assist in the Afterlife Guide project. If you have comments or suggestions for other sources, please e-mail us at aeces@mail.com. There are numerous sources yet to be tapped, a few of which are listed in the "potential Sources" section of the "Source Materials" page. If you would like to offer selections from any source, write and request guidelines.
Links to the Afterlife Guide are now functional on the AECES website's homepage and menus. To go directly to the Guide, click here.

On another matter, the following books by AECES Board members are now available via Kindle: The Survival Files , by Miles Edward Allen; Miracles of Mind, by Jane Katra, Ph.D.; and Medicine, Miracles, and Manifestations, by John Turner, M.D. Also, A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife, by Victor Zammit, Ph.D., remains available for free download at his site.

 

 The biography of Andrew Jackson Davis has been posted to the Legacy Files. Davis is remembered as the "Poughkeepsie Seer." He foresaw much scientific progress, could diagnose illnesses, and became a prolific and highly respected medium.

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A document titled Behind the Revolution: How the Explosion in Spirit Communications Was Ignited, has been posted to the Reference Section of the AECES Library. Excerpted from the 1853 book Spiritualism, the spirit-inspired text tells of the work of Benjamin Franklin and Emmanuel Swedenborg in initiating the system by which the "Rochester Knockings" were produced.

The biography of Nathaniel P. Tallmadge has been posted to the Legacy Files. Tallmadge was a U.S. Senator from New York and the Governor of the Territiry of Wisconsin. Inspired by the work of Judge Edmonds, he did extensive research with a number of mediums leading him to become a major promoter of the spirit realm.

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The biography of T. Glen Hamilton has been posted to the Legacy Files. Hamilton was a Canadian medical doctor and assemblyman who devoted much of the last 17 years of his physical existence to studying the mediumship of Elizabeth Poole and Mary Marshall.

 A new Survival Top 40 case titled The Murder of Jacqueline Poole has been posted. Derived from Playfair and Keene's paper in the JSPR of January 2004, it earned an ESS score of 267, currently placing it at number 20 on the Top-40 list.

 A new Survival Top 40 case titled The 'Deadicated' Reporter has been posted. Derived from Isaac Funk's report of A.A. Hill's description of curious events that occurred in the newsroom of the New York Sunday Dispatch, it earned an ESS score of 261, currently placing it at number 27 on the Top-40 list.

A new list has been added to the Survival Top 40. This list contains virtually all cases ever rated or seriously considered, including those that are currently on the Top 40, those Honorable Mentions that have been bumped from the Top 40, and those whose ratings did not qualify them for inclusion. Before you recommend a case for consideration, please check this list to see if the case has already been considered.

 A new Survival Top 40 case titled The Unforgotten Coin has been posted. Derived from Isaac Funk's story of The Widow's Mite, it earned an ESS score of 264, currently placing it at number 23 on the Top-40 list.

 Biography of Dr. Carl A. Wickland and Anna M. Wickland has been posted to the Legacy Files. Dr. Wickland was a psychiatrist who concluded that much mental illness was caused by intruding or obsessing spirits. His wife, Anna, was a trance medium.

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 Banners for linking to the AECES website are now available at http://www.aeces.info/Link-Banners.htm . If you operate a website, pleaswe consider linking to us and help spread the word. Thank you.

  Near-Death Awareness as Evidence for Survival, a document by R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D., has been posted to the Supporting Evidence section of our website.

  The bio of Walter Franklin Prince has been posted to the Legacy Files. Prince was a minister, researcher, and author who is best known for his study of the Patience Worth phenomenon.

  An initial Calendar page has been created and the "Calendar" link in the side menu is now functioning. Be sure to keep AECES informed of events you sponsor. Also, we'd like to list speeches, appearances, book signings, etc., in a section organized by locale.

  The AECES homepage has been remodeled to include a new section of featured documents selected each month from the Library, the Top 40, and the Legacy Files. These are intended to add interest to the homepage and draw attention to items of interest that might otherwise go unnoticed.

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 The bio of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has been posted to The Legacy Files. Although best known for his creation of the character of Sherlock Holmes, Doyle considered his most important work to be spreading the word about the existence of an afterlife.

 "A Cross-Examination of Stephen Hawking" a document by Victor Zammit, LL.D, Ph.D., has been posted to the Reference Section of the AECES Library. Zammit posits what it might be like if the theoretical physicist were to be called to account for his outrageous claim that those who accept an afterlife are afraid of the dark.

  The bio of Baron Albert Von Schrenck-Notzing has been posted to The Legacy Files. The Baron was a neurologist and researcher who studied the mediumship of Eusapia Paladino, Marthe Béraud (“Eva C.”), Stanislawa P., Willy Schneider, Marie Silbert, Franek Kluski, and numerous others over a period of nearly 40 years.

  Each case on the Survival Top 40 has been abstracted and categorized on two new web pages. Now visitors can look up cases by type of phenomena and get a better idea of the content before accessing the full write-up. A big thanks to William Stoney for conceiving this project and drafting the abstracts!

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June 16, 2011

The winner of a Certificate of Immortality is Dale Graff. His name was randomly drawn from the membership application forms filled out during the ASPSI conference, June 2 - 5, 2011.

"Science Doesn't Know Where You Are," a document by R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D., has been posted to the Reference Section of the AECES Library. It presents an overview of evidence indicating that the brain can neither contain nor explain the mind.

The bio of Emanuel Swedenborg has been posted to The Legacy Files. Swedenborg was a Swedish scientist, mathematician, inventor, statesman, author, and mystic who produced 30 books reporting on his explorations of the spirit world.

The bio of Gustave Geley, M.D. has been posted to The Legacy Files. Dr. Geley was a French physician and Laureate of the medical faculty at the University of Lyons. He is best known for his work with physical mediums.

The score for case #67, titled Anna's Amazing Abilities, has been re-evaluated in light of new information that raises the WR component. The new ESS rating for the case is 268, improving its current ranking from 25th to 17th place in The Survival Top 40.

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7 May 2011

A new Survival Top 40 case titled Anna's Amazing Abilities has been posted. Derived from the Rev. Horace Westwood's book, There Is A Psychic World, it earned an ESS score of 262, currently placing it at number 25 on the Top-40 list.

A biography of Stewart Edward White and Betty White has been added to the Legacy Files. Stewart was a well-respected author whose wife developed mediumistic abilities. His chronicles of such resulted in numerous books, including The Betty Book, The Unobstructed Universe, and Across The Unknown.

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15 April 2011

The Supporting Evidence Section is now active. Current topics are: OBEs During NDEs, Physical Phenomena in Séances, and Materializations of Spirits. Potential topics include: Predictions and Prophecies, Electronic Voice, Cross Correspondences, Healing, and Transcendent Talents. Thoughtful commentary is welcome.

A new document, An Examination of Ectoplasm, has been added to the AECES library Reference Section.

The Survival Top 40 case titled Deer Thoughts has been re-evaluated due to information received concerning its source. This moves the case up from 40th to 29th place.

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11 March 2011

The membership database and web sign-up form have been completed so that people can join AECES on-line and we can keep track of memberships. The "JOIN AECES" button has been reactivated on the website.

8 February 2011

Notification of the addition of case #65, titled "One More Mission" sent to Notify List. This concerns statements made by James Leininger beginning at age two concerning a past life as a fighter pilot killed during the battle of Iwo Jima. Currently this case has taken over first place on the Survival Top 40.

Recent biographies posted in the Legacy Files — C. J. Ducasse, Cesare Lombroso, Alfred Rusel Wallace, John S. King, and Etta Wriedt.

7 January 2011

Notification of the addition of case #63, titled "Round Trip to Allentown." sent to Notify List. This concerns the regression of journalist Tim Stewart to the life and death of William Max. When posted, this case ranked 16th on the Survival Top 40.

 
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