Sylvia Hart Wright, professor emeritus at the City College of New York, holds graduate degrees in sociology and library science. She has written widely on architecture and political activism for peace and justice as well as the paranormal. Her work on ADCs, When Spirits Come Calling: The Open-Minded Skeptic's Guide to After-Death Contacts, first published in 2002, was recently released as an e-book.
An Interview with Anabela Cardoso: Anomalous Electronic Voices Received via Instrumental Transcommunication
Sylvia Hart Wright
Anabela Cardoso, a career diplomat and successful ITC operator, is the author of Electronic Voices, Contact with Another Dimension? She talks with Sylvia Hart Wright, author of When Spirits Come Calling: The Open-Minded Skeptic’s Guide to After-Death Contacts. Dr Cardoso describes some of her motives for using electronic means to explore unknown domains of reality and outlines her results. She has carried out hundreds of conversations with communicators who identify as her deceased family members and other unknown personalities and affirm to speak from a dimension beyond time. According to her communicators, the survival of all forms of life--not only human--after physical death is part of the Natural Law. She says her communicators insist on the need for expanding human consciousness; this seems to be one of their main goals when attempting contact with our dimension in this novel way. Interesting parallels with the results of other ITC experimenters are drawn. Dr. Cardoso believes that this path of investigation, in spite of the difficulties involved, is open to everybody sufficiently interested in the method, with the disposition to persevere in the patient experiments it requires.