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Mark Macy

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Biography:

Mark Macy was an atheist in the early 1980s, firmly convinced that notions of God and afterlife were no more than wishful thinking. Lately he's talked on the phone with departed colleagues, and as part of an international panel of frontier scientists and researchers, he's been in direct contact with ethereal beings angels who have accompanied our world for many thousands of years and have shared with us a bit of their ageless wisdom.

As a founder of INIT (the International Network for Instrumental Transcommunication), Macy arranged funding for the annual meetings of its members scientists and ITC researchers from various countries. They attracted ethereal beings into the project, providing miraculous advances in ITC research. Macy gathered the research results of the various members and published the group's journal several times a year. He also spread the word about ITC research through presentations, radio and TV interviews, books, audiocassettes, and videotapes. His book, Miracles in the Storm, tells the story of those fascinating years that bridged Heaven and Earth.

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