in Technical Spirit Communication


Parapsychologist Dr. Theo Locher
CH-2555 Bruegg/Biel, Switzerland


Experimenter Maggy Harsch-Fischbach
L-1027 Luxembourg

Translated to English by Hans Heckmann
Edited by Mark Macy

Published by Continuing Life Research
P.O. Box 11036, Boulder Colorado 80301, USA

Copyright 1997 by Continuing Life Research

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the publisher (or from the authors), except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review.

For those who want a published copy of this book, it can be found at various online booksellers, or you can contact the webmaster.   ISBN 0-930705-06-8

To decrease the downloadtime we have split the whole book in 2 parts. Please make your choice by clicking on the link (part #1 or part #2).

Contents part #1    (250 KB)

Book Introduction One by Dr Theo Locher

Book Introduction Two by Prof Dr Ernst Senkowski

Chapter One:
What in the world (and beyond) is going on?

by Dr Theo Locher, Parapsychologist

Chapter Two:
We share our ITC experiences

by Maggy Harsch-Fischbach

Contents part #2   (186 KB)

Chapter Three:
Analysis of the Luxembourg phenomenon

by Theo Locher

Chapter Four:
What we experience ourselves impresses us most

by Theo Locher

Chapter Five:
ITC as a personal experience

by Maggy Harsch-Fischbach

Chapter Six:
The need for greater cooperation and a worldwide organization

by Maggy Harsch-Fischbach

Chapter Seven:
Telephone and computer contacts become routine events

by Theo Locher and Maggy Harsch-Fischbach

About the Authors


For decades the dead have been making themselves seen and heard. Are our concepts of reality and our attitudes going to change drastically?

It is vital to publish this book for historical records, as it explores in depth the beginnings of a field of research that is bound to cause tremendous changes in the world.

It is entirely possible that behind the perception of our senses, worlds are hidden of which we are unaware.   -- A. Einstein

RDE March 14, 2003

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