- Repeatable Experiments With Mathematical Back-Up
- Here is the Cleaver report - crushing proof of survival
after death that is always kept away from the public. They are only allowed
to hear the thoughts of the "great" James Randi on the subject!
It's in the mediums section on my website. All Randi and his army of professional
wreckers can do is to censor the proof of survival after death. They have
been incredibly successful in doing this because they have access to unlimited
amounts of money as well as almost total control of all media and educational
outlets. We have no money at all. Our lawyer Victor Zammit gives his services
free of charge. The same with our webmasters. If I had to pay my webmaster
for the time he has spent on my website I would be looking at a bill approaching
£100,000. However, it's nice to know Randi has to pay for his lawyers!
- Randi has homed onto an outstanding Scandinavian medium
Marion Dampier-Jeans who is giving incredible comfort to grieving people.
In her own country she is as famous as Doris Stokes and just as successful.
Hence the interest from Randi.
- Marion, please send this to your Scandinavia media contacts.
Refer them to our websites. I have already given you victor's. Here's ours
for them to click onto and Victor's for the rest of the team:
- To all those fighting to present the secular case for
survival after death. For goodness sake pass this on. The Internet is our
only outlet. We are not allowed to balance Randi, Wiseman, Blackmore etc.
Only one "expert" opinion is reaching the public on most radio,
television and educational outlets. Do nothing and these professional wreckers
win. Please do not just sit back and leave it to Jeff Rense and a handful
- -- Michael
- Comment by Michael Roll...
- In 1982 a young journalist called Alan Cleaver carried
out a revolutionary scientific exercise that completely vindicated the
pioneering experiments of <file:///D:/articles/scientists/crookes/crookes.html>Sir
William Crookes and the Nobel Laureate Professor Charles Richet when they
proved survival after death by repeatable experiments under laboratory
conditions. Alan is now the Editor of the Hampshire Chronicle.
- My paper presenting Alan Cleaver's scientific exercise,
that was written for a conference of the Society for Psychical Research,
was officially censored! Professor Bernard Carr (the current President
of the SPR) said in a letter to me:
- "Your topic is not really appropriate for the conference
- The Society for Psychical Research must be quickly closed
down because people are leaving money in their wills actually thinking
the SPR is looking into life after death as the founders had intended in
1882. Nothing could be further from the truth. Every article and scientific
paper that supports Sir Oliver Lodge FRS, the inventor of radio who linked
the subject of survival after death with the scientific discipline of subatomic
physics, is immediately censored by those who control what information
is allowed through to the members and the public.
- Michael Roll
- Here is Alan Cleaver's report that was published in March
1987. It is taken from 'Anomaly' the Journal of Research into the Paranormal.
Issued by the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena
- Alan Cleaver's Report
- What constitutes proof of life after death? Is it a series
of messages received from a clairvoyant or trance medium? Is it seeing
an apparition of someone you know to be dead? Is it making objects paranormally
move, appear or disappear - or is it something more? Psychical researchers
have argued this point for years and the debate is likely to continue for
many years more but the most convincing evidence I have witnessed was when
Gena Brealey spoke for about an hour to her dead mother Helen Duncan through
medium Rita Goold.
- The Return of Helen Duncan
- Rita Goold, her husband Stephen, and friends Pat and
Barry Jeffery, had been sitting for some months developing a link with
the dead when one of their regular communicators claimed to be Helen Duncan,
the materialisation medium who died in 1956.
- As with other communicators, Rita and the other sitters
asked for proof. Some of this could be checked out through articles and
books already available on Helen but the opportunity to check some of the
more obscure references came when Helen's daughter, Gena Brealey, visited
a Spiritualist church in Leicester. Rita and friends invited Gena to tea
and by casually guiding the conversation were able to check some of the
other points made by the spirit entity claiming to be Helen. The data checked
out but they did not reveal to Gena that her mother was apparently communicating
to them. Rita broke the news to Gena in August 1982 and it was arranged
for her to visit the circle.
- At the test sance were Gena, Rita, Pat, Barry and myself.
Not surprisingly we were all a little nervous, not least Rita the medium.
The sance was held in the front room of Pat and Barry's home; as with all
sances it was held in complete darkness apart from light supplied by luminous
paint on the edge of the table and on some of the musical instruments or
objects used during the sances.
- We lay our hands on the small table and it began to tilt.
The light was turned out and the table continued its gyrations. Some apports
(paranormally produced objects) were felt to land on the table and eventually
we put the light back on. The apports were several deep red carnations
and a single red rose which had been placed in front of Gena. Gena broke
down in tears and cried, "What greater proof could I have?" She
revealed that at her mother's funeral she had placed a single red rose
- unbeknown to other relatives and friends - in her mother's hands in the
coffin and whispered, "I love you." Years later a medium had
told her of this (seemingly relaying the message from Helen) and also said
that one day her mother would return the red rose to her. Now the rose
had returned. The light was extinguished once more and through raps the
spirit communicators asked us to put the tambourine on the table. This
was heard to rattle vigorously and, thanks to the luminous paint, seen
to dance around the room. The tambourine was discarded and the communicators
asked for the sance trumpet, a metal cone with luminous paint on the ends
through which spirit voices had on many occasions been clearly heard.
- Normally at this stage the outer circle removed Rita's
shoes and watch and threw them on the floor. However, Barry had expressed
some concern about Rita's watch possibly being broken by this and asked
if they could be more careful. This time the watch was placed in my lap.
I estimate that it was dropped from a height of no more than a couple of
inches. Rita is sitting perhaps seven or eight feet away and was by this
time entering a trance state; the room is pitch black. This was one of
hundreds of occasions during my many visits to the Leicester sances that
whoever was causing the phenomena clearly demonstrated their ability to
see in the dark.
- Rita was now in trance. Soon the trumpet was seen, with
the help of the luminous strips at the ends, to rise into the air. Helen
had always been the first to speak at the sances I had so far attended
but that evening Russell Byrne was the first to speak. Russell had died
on 14 August 1963 from cancer. He was nine years old. For most of the time
he communicated as a nine-year-old boy; he said this was for "identification"
purposes. On rare occasions he spoke as a man.
- Speaking through the trumpet he introduced himself and
welcomed Gena to the circle. Laura, using the trumpet, sang to the circle,
along with the taped music playing softly in the background (a feature
of every sance was the use of taped music). Laura was another of the regular
spirit communicators. Then Helen came and spoke, through the trumpet, to
Gena. She spoke first of the rose and declared, "If I could I would
bring you a thousand roses." There was a break halfway through the
sance but apart from that Gena spoke almost continually to her mother for
more than an hour.
- Much of the conversation was of a highly personal nature
and Gena asked me not to release all the details. It contained not only
information about Gena's childhood and Helen's work as a medium but also
about her family today. It was difficult to follow carefully all the conversation
because of the use of unfamiliar Scottish slang and because they spoke
about people and events of which I, and the rest of the sitters, had no
knowledge. For example, at one point Helen said she had thrown all the
illnesses she had suffered from during her physical life in the 'midden'.
Gena explained afterwards that this was Scottish slang for a rubbish tip.
Helen also used the term 'poke' saying Gena could take her rose home in
a poke. Gena explained afterwards that a poke is a paper cone. Helen also
told Gena to take the rose home to her husband, George. This puzzled the
rest of us until Gena explained her husband had "green fingers"
and would know how to make a rose bush from the one bud.
- Gena, a Spiritualist, cried during the sance but she
could scarcely be called an over emotional person. I was quite convinced
she would not be afraid to denounce the voice if it was not her mother.
But to make sure I rang Gena three days after the sance and she reiterated
there was no doubt it was her mother. There were no 'difficult' moments
during the test sance and the conversation flowed freely and easily.
- Related material on this site:
- Michael Roll's article about <file:///D:/articles/scientists/crookes/crookes.html>Sir
Mode of Future Existence - 1933 Lecture by Sir Oliver Lodge FRS (1851-1940).
- This article is censored from all large circulation papers
and magazines throughout the world because it links the subject of survival
after death with the scientific discipline of subatomic physics - the study
of the invisible part of the universe.
- The Jeff Rense Radio Programme publishes the
- From Michael Roll
- To Leon Canning
- Leon, many thanks for making contact. As a raging sceptic
and an atheist I am only interested in repeatable experiments backed up
with a mathematical theory. I have never taken part in a "seance".
These emotive words are used by our most deadly enemies in order to frighten
- The whole point of the Cleaver Experiment is that it
backs up the revolutionary pioneering experiments of Crookes, Richet etc.
All on my website. Cleaver is alive and well and the Editor of the Hampshire
Chronicle. So are the mothers who have been physically reunited with their
"dead" children on hundreds of occasions. Sadly it's all too
hot to handle in the Theocracy of Great Britain. I am only fighting to
just present the secular case for survival for people to accept or reject
as the case may be. People can't do this is the UK because they are not
allowed access to it. This is what has really fired me up in what is laughingly
called a free country.
- I nearly had a fit when I witnessed the Rita Goold experiment
in 1983 - six recently deceased people walking about the room as solid
and as natural as we are for hours on end. For a couple of years Rita had
a whole stack of Spiritualists trouping through the house treating the
greatest scientific experiment in the history of mankind just as if it
was a trip to the bingo! I reasoned that all we had to do was get a team
of top scientists in with cameras and Bob's your uncle. How naive I was
then. I have found out the hard way that the religious and scientific establishments
are not just going to sit back and watch their own destruction.
- I found my scientific team almost immediately led by
Prof. Archie Roy of Glasgow University. They witnessed exactly the same
experiments that I witnessed but of course there was no way Prof. Roy could
publish without doing the same exercise as Crookes did. "It could
take a year." said Prof. Roy on the phone.
- Like an idiot I gave publicity to the fact that this
experiment had been taken out of the hands of the religion of Spiritualism
and it was now under the control of scientists. All the time Rita was messing
about with Spiritualists she was no danger to those powerful forces who
would be destroyed by the proof of survival, especially now that we have
the missing mathematical theory to match the experiments. All hell broke
loose. Rita's life was threatened if she went ahead with Archie Roy's experiments.
She had never taken one penny for the incredible inconvenience she had
to put up with. Here was an ordinary decent lady who cared only about bringing
comfort to people who had lost loved ones and the only reward for her dedication
was to have her life threatened and a whole stack off appalling lies floated
about her. Understandably Rita hit the roof and said sod the lot of 'em.
Science lost the goose that laid the golden eggs. Other materialisation
mediums are coming on the scene but we are having great difficulty in getting
them away from the Spiritualists and into the physics laboratory. I feel
this is partly my fault for being so naive in 1983. It won't happen again.
The next time a materialisation dedicates their wonderful gift to science
and Prof. Peter Wadhams from Cambridge University comes in with the cameras
we will all clam up until publication.
- We are only going to repeat the experiments that have
already been carried out and published. International teams of scientists
starting with Sir William Crookes in 1874. However, this time we will be
working with very sophisticated recording equipment that the pioneers of
subatomic phenomena lacked. We are not dealing with "psychics"
as we have been criminally led to believe. We are dealing with mediums
- nature's link with people on Earth and those who live in the normally
invisible part of the universe. The part that is not recognised by orthodox
scientific teaching across any discipline. They are all singing from the
same incorrect hymn sheet. Just like a bunch of King Canutes against a
huge tide of truth in the shape of the Internet.
- Michael Roll
- ----- Original Message -----
- From: Leon Canning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 19 November 2002 22:23
Subject: Survival after Death
- I read the piece you wrote, as published on the Jeff
Rense website, and found it very interesting, but also quite misleading.
- I enjoyed the report of the seance, but I did not find
proof of any scientific testing, showing repeatibility under laboratory
conditions- just heresay evidence. Did I miss something?
- I have not yet had a chance to follow the links provided
in the article, so I may be somewhat rushing to judge you. I hope that's
- Leon W. Canning