ADC and Random Systems


Dr. Allan Botkin has written extensively on the intriguing topic of After-Death Communications (ADC) as applied in a clinical setting. This process consists of a clinician inducing the subjective experience of contact with a deceased loved one in a bereaved individual. Regardless of potential associations with near-death experiences, consciousness anomalies, and psi research, this is a powerful clinical tool which has been highly efficacious in the context of the grieving process.

Providing some summary numbers in one particular study, Dr. Botkin has previously noted [1]:
– 83 individuals participated in ADC procedure
– 98% attained the subjective experience of “sensory contact with the deceased”
– 96% of participants reportedly achieved “full resolution of grief” after the treatment
– 94% claimed that this experience was true contact with the deceased
– Out of these 94% (76 participants), only 8% believed in actual contact with the deceased prior to treatment

[1] Botkin, A. L. (2000). The induction of after-death communications utilizing eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing: A new discovery. Journal of Near-Death Studies, 18(3): 181-209.

Given our previous investigations into the apparent effects of human emotions, novelty, and other subjective factors on the statistical behavior of random physical systems (Random Event Generators; REG), we have begun exploration into the use of REG measurements in association with ADC induction with the assistance of external research collaborators.

While we have a number of new projects slowly making their way to the forefront of our collective efforts, physical anomalies correlated with consciousness of human operators has consistently been one of our main areas of focus. This is an exciting new area which we hope to share with you as soon as possible.