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|There are some basic laser lightwave ideas like holography and interferomertry. Using these concepts, and adding electromagnetic interference patterns, noise, or Spiricom tones, and studying the various modes of RF to AF audio frequency demodulation, one can realize higher levels of frequency range that entities from other dimensions and times may be able to use to communicate with us.
It is my belief that I was destined to come to this point in my life, and meeting Erland Babcock was no conicidence. It is one of his ideas that I continued with, and can be read about here:
You will note that WorldITC, for some reason, disbanded Erland's link. I, however, feel his work should be recognized and available for all; I dont know why they removed his link, however his pages remain, and for me, so will his memory; I may decide to add this page to my website, or at least the link.
Here is my link on the continuation of his work (!):
I believe this information is vital to be released; I am hoping to continue, expand, and improve his work. I felt more knowledgeable in the more technical aspect of radio communications then Erland with more up-to-date equipment and experience in some of the later communications technologies; I am very fortunate; and to have met Erland with his extensive experience in earlier technologies as well as some of the more advanced photo and light theories, was a great addition and help to me.
Maybe I will communicate with him, or Edison; the Timestream folks in the next dimension(s).