On Telephones, UFO’s and Spirit Guides: Close Communications of the Spiritual Kind

My Spirit Care, 25 Years of Psychic and Spiritual Advice for Thousands of PeopleWhen your telephone rings or your cell phone sings, someone is at the other end of the light pipe, wanting to communicate with you. When you want to talk to someone at a distance, all you have to do is dial their phone number and wait a few seconds for them to answer. If they don’t answer, you can leave a voice message. Nifty, huh?

Of course it hasn’t always been this easy. In your progenitor’s day, the Pony Express and the telegraph revolutionized the world of communications. What was a miraculous invention for our forebears would be torturously slow to us! Our lives are entirely structured around high speed communications. We are so dependent on advancing technologies,  society would unravel without it. ―Remember that huge panic a few years back when the Blackberry fell off its wireless vine?

And I’ll bet you don’t know who invented wireless technology…the person who gifted you with instant communication. And once you find out the real truth about this person unnamed in history books, you’ll also discover some fascinating facts about the spirit world, as well.

As you are about to discover, communications, consciousness, light, the brain, Spirit, and the Spirit World all share a common gateway, a port of connectedness that is constantly interacting with our daily lives. More than any technology we believe we need, this Life Force energy is what holds everything together, and we truly could not exist without it.

But first…let’s travel back in time for a secret fact and an amazing story…

Marconi Didn’t, so Don’t Say He Did

The year was 1866. In a small West Virginia mountain town, a dentist and ingenious inventor
named Mahlon Loomis was very busy stringing copper wire in trees and other unlikely places. Dr. Loomis was the first and true inventor of wireless communication, before G. Marconi (the credited inventor) was even born. While that’s another historical fact that needs to be set right and another historical deception where attribution was given to the wrong person, suffice it to say that Dr. Loomis was the brilliant inventive genius way ahead of his time and the true inventor of wireless communication.

But that’s not the most fascinating fact about Mahlon Loomis. Things get very interesting when we also consider that his scientific discoveries were tangentially connected to otherworldly and off-planet communications. Dr. Loomis gathered his inventive information by speaking with a Spirit Guide named Francis. Further, his inventions touch upon time travel and even…UFO entry into our 3rd dimensional space. Not surprisingly, his invention was high-jacked by the U.S. Navy for military use and Dr. Loomis was never credited for his invention, nor was he financially compensated. Only a few insignificant items that belonged to Loomis remain with the Smithsonian. Most all of his equipment and documentation about his work vanished without a trace, including his diary in which he documented not only his scientific findings, but the metaphysical perspective he gained through contact with his Spirit Guide.

Those of you who read these posts are spiritual seekers. You are open-minded individuals who may even be closet-believers in things spiritual, not religious. But for the mainstream of society, contact with spirit guides is derided as “fringe” behavior and a belief in spirit guides as a fringe belief. All the while, these same people benefit from communication technologies that only fifty years ago would have been considered impossible. Why is it so hard, then, for these same people to consider that there might be a spiritual technology that they, themselves, find unbelievable and fantastic because they have not yet discovered it?

Fast to Condemn, Slow to Change

The subject of human resistance to changing belief paradigms is a post unto itself. For the moment, it’s sufficient to point  out that entrenched beliefs and widespread ignorance parade across the stage of human history, all dressed up in the robes of arrogant “knowing”.

–Which brings me briefly to Galileo. In 1633 Galileo was persecuted by the Catholic Church for his discovery that the earth revolves around the sun. Church leaders condemning him said, “The doctrine that the earth is neither the center of the universe nor immovable, but moves even with a daily rotation, is absurd, and both psychologically and theologically false, and at the least an error of faith.” Having been convicted of heresy and under threat of horrendous torture before being executed, Galileo recanted his scientific findings. While his decision to deny the truth spared his life, the Church imprisoned him in solitary confinement for the remainder of his days. Two hundred years passed, and in 1835 the Catholic Church finally took the writings by Galileo from its banned book list, long after his orbiting earth theory had been proven correct by Issac Newton. It took about 360 years for the Church to fully admit its error: in 1992 Pope John Paul begrudgingly apologized for Galileo’s wicked persecution.

Now, let’s get back to Mahlon Loomis.

Many of us know that the most innovative technology has a history of being snapped up by the powerful interests rather than being made available to the population-at-large. Long after Dr. Loomis’ records came up missing, it is most intriguing that the U.S. government utilizes practically the same location for satellite transmissions that Dr. Loomis used when he launched the world’s first wireless communication from a West Virginia mountaintop. The Etam satellite communication station in Etam, West Virginia processes over half of all international satellite communications and functioned as the world’s first earth-based communications relay system that gathered the signals from America’s first space craft and their astronauts before relaying them to Ground Control in Houston.

So while Dr. Loomis was maligned as a crackpot by many in his time, it turns out that in our day the same geographic area in which he conducted his wireless experiments is now used as a ground station for off-planet communications.

And all of this–our modern wireless and satellite communications– started with a genius inventor and a Spirit Guide named Francis.

Yes, We Can (And Do) Communicate with Spirit!

How is communication with Spirit possible? Are there energetic portals that connect us to other-worldly beings? Are there portals to other times and even, to other dimensions?

One needs only to open themselves to either ancient metaphysical teachings or modern quantum physics to get some answers to those very important questions.

In our next post, we will explain the physics of spirit communication and take a peek into the realm of spiritual science. Stay tuned and keep your antennae right here, on MySpiritCare!

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