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 Posted: May 10th, 2007 06:32 PM
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Keith Clark

Joined: Dec 31st, 2006
Location: Clearwater, Florida USA
Posts: 1637

My name is Keith Clark, and I've created this forum. I'm an average person who takes considerable interest in communication with spirit. I speak simply, and am not an expert at anything in particular. WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get)

I felt inspired to create this forum so people would have a place to learn from each other. It's a place to ask questions, give answers, share information and personal experiences, and work together. It's a place where you don't have to be afraid to try new things, to voice your opinion (courteously). It's a place where you can meet other people with similar interests and experiences. And obviously, as you can tell by the name - the purpose of this forum is to create a bridge between earth and spirit, a bridge which will help facilitate progress towards clear communication with spirit. 

My view on things is this:

Cooperation first, evidence second.

If more people would stop worrying about how they're going to prove everything to the world by themselves, and work together, they won't have to search for proof - it will be given to them. Focus on evidence only creates a natural competition and division. Why do I feel that way? Well, that's where I started. And I quickly learned that was not the direction I wanted to head in.



(Added: 9-24-08)
   It has been about 21 months since the forum began. Event though the forum is not very busy, it has been consistent and has given myself and others some great ideas.  
   There is also another advantage to being a public forum - every thread on this board is indexed by search engines, which helps in the saturation of the words "Instrumental Transcommunication" and the network of ITC experimenters. ITC Bridge is one hub of the circle, one branch of the tree. And in that respect, it has done very well. I look forward to the growth that will come in the future, and your participation as the world we know changes.