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Doesn’t much religion forbid trying to contact the dead?
Insightful interview with the man behind the SoulPhone project
What do popular movies and TV shows teach us about the afterlife—and why does it matter?
What is so gosh darn exciting about a little yes/no switch?
If we had access to proven working SoulPhones, would we even use them?
An exciting update about the SoulSwitch prototype.
Dr. Mark Pitstick fields a reader’s question about charging for spiritual services.
Cyrus Kirkpatrick talks about “telephone calls from the dead.”
When the SoulPhone confirms that we don’t die, our language will need to be updated.
Cultural mythology prompts us to regard death as tragic, a belief a SoulPhone might challenge.
Insights we glean from the spirit world via the SoulPhone may change how we view suffering.
Communications from ‘spirit’ contradicts the message we often get from mainstream culture that death is agony.
What benefits will the SoulPhone offer over other methods of ‘spirit communication?’
Would those who are issuing eulogies about U.S. Senator John McCains’s legacy be excited to talk with him if they could?
What do sex and death have in common? People often think it’s just about the body.
Strange as it may sound, the afterlife or eternal life is not universal a religious concept. It’s nature.
Waiting for the first SoulPhone call harkens back to earlier milestones in communication
The Kumaré effect is seeing what we expect to see and imbuing in authority figures what we hope they will provide for us
Why the SoulPhone™ is so unique compared to all the other devices that claim to give voice to the dead
Suicide is on the rise. How might the SoulPhone impact this situation?
SoulPhone technology could bring some bright new changes to assisted suicide
Being skeptical means different things—know what you mean when you use the term
A starter kit of resources for you to decide how real of a possibility the SoulPhone is.
The SoulPhone may inspire a more spiritual component to the whole concept of beauty.
Executing drug dealers could lead to some unexpected consequences.
Reasons why people on Facebook suggest that a working soul phone is a bad idea
SoulPhones are usually considered as instruments for phoning the dead, but what about the living?
We have a history of technical innovations dramatically changing our lives. Planning for change is good.
Soul phone technology could point us more in the direction of our ecstatic potential.
Soul phone technology could have a dramatic impact on the loopholes that foster sexual harassment.
Believe it or not, the SoulPhone might change how we experience fun!
A major “yeah but” to soul phone technology is that it could open a portal to evil. Maybe that’s a projection of what’s already here.
Will soul phone technology finally give us insight into what the moment of death is really like?
What impact could a SoulPhone have on our holiday of spooks and ghouls?
Abusing people may be much different when the SoulPhone arrives on the social scene.
As more research accumulates, it appears that the afterlife is more of a multiverse than one world fits all.
SoulPhones may reveal whole new meanings to human sexuality that we have not considered before.
Is “spiritual but not religious” just an entry point into a new religion?
History will sound a lot different when deceased historical figures can speak with us.
Would the spirit world give us answers we crave so we could create heaven on earth?
Will soul phone technology shed more light on our scripted exit points?
Culture needs to be prepared for a SoulPhone, and Hollywood isn’t helping.
Will soul phone technology finally answer what happens to executed convicts?
The whole concept of loneliness will change when we can talk with anyone with soul phone technology
Soul phone technology might alter our philosophy on what true wealth is
Spirits will assure us that dying was (and is) a piece of angel food cake
Soul phone technology could offer mass reporting that everything is great in heaven, thank you.
A famous direct-voice medium from the 20th Century gives a preview of what SoulPhone communication might be like.
What the afterlife turns out to be like greatly influences what a SoulPhone can do.
SoulPhones could empower us to ask more questions about our karmic profiles.
Why should we speculate about the social impact of an invention that’s not yet here?
The news business is up for a big change when soul phone technology arrives on the scene.
Looking ahead to talk shows originating from the other side.
Will soul phone technology be an open invitation to evil spirits?
What can we learn from the potential of the SoulPhone even while it’s being invented?
One of the more interesting benefits of soul phone technology is hope.
When soul phone technology proves that death is transition, not termination, how will that change suicide?
The SoulPhone Foundation recently published an overview of the state of the project.
How will the eventual emergence of soul phone technology impact warfare?
Afterlife conferences attract older people, but younger people arguably benefit the most.
Will spirits on SoulPhones help us solve our juicy conspiracy theories?
Watch one of the best documentaries on communicating electronically with spirit. Oh, and it’s free!
Phoning the dead could help us deal better with sudden, unexpected crossings.
Solve those great mysteries of your ancestors with SoulPhones.
Why is mainstream media so reluctant to explore heaven?
Will SoulPhones change the world, or is that just fluff?
The SoulPhone comes with more benefits than meets the ear.
Will a soul phone make the planet rich or just some fat cats fatter?
How well can you trust the source of your soul phone call?
What’s the timeline for developing the SoulPhone?
With a soul phone, could you contact your higher self?
The dead are looking forward to the SoulPhone, too.
Listen to Dr. Mark Pitstick, Co-Founder of the SoulPhone Foundation.
It makes sense to study death before we kill people.
Announcing the symposium I’ve been eagerly awaiting!
There’s a new guy in town for saving the world.
Powerful social forces condition us to see the worst. What if we turned that around?
Could the future of the internet include a soul phone portal?
Would a soul phone encourage mass suicides of people hoping to relocate?
The tallest tale in “The Discovery” is that so many people leave it all for the unknown.
Why invent a soul phone if people can do it themselves?
Dr. Gary Schwartz gives a presentation about soul phone technology.
Is our media fascination with the physical aspects of dying a kind of death porn?
Fake news is an ever increasing pest that could meet its match with a soul phone.
How would the invention of a soul phone affect how we view money?
The difference between a reading with a medium and a soul phone conversation of the future.
We tell ourselves stories to make sense of death and dying.