How Will SoulPhone™ Devices Work?
Involved Persons, Spirits, and Facility
1. Client: a person who wants to communicate with a “departed” loved one or renowned luminary (scientist, inventor, religious teacher, entertainer, etc.)
2. Medium: a gifted individual who has demonstrated proficiency and reliability in communicating with those “on the other side”
3. Technician: a highly trained person who can operate the various technological devices used for spirit communication
4. Receptionist: a person who schedules appointments, handles billing, etc.
5. Desired contacted spirits (DCS): the spirits with whom the client wishes to make contact
6. Spirit-operator: a collaborating spirit-being who helps the DCS communicate with the medium and the technology by:
ensures that the DCS know where the technology is and that they can arrive for the scheduled communication session
demonstrates for the DCS how to use the equipment
serves as the operator of the equipment for DCS who need assistance
7. SoulPhone Call Center
Spirit room: A specially designed, environmentally controlled and shielded room that contains technological devices used to communicate with spirit.
Control room: An adjoining room with comfortable chairs for the technician (as well as the medium and client if they are physically present). However, the medium and client do not have to be on site and can participate in the session via Skype or ZOOM.) The control room also contains the computer(s) with monitor(s) used to control the spirit-communication devices.
Reception Room: A welcoming room for clients and the receptionist.
Note: The SoulPhone Call Center will be required for early device usage, but is not expected to be needed for later versions.
SoulStudio Control Room
Understanding the process
The following description is the best current vision for how SoulSwitch and SoulText sessions (e.g. early phases) will proceed. It was originally developed by Dr. Gary Schwartz and Rhonda Schwartz at the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health at the University of Arizona, in collaboration with the active team of spirits developing the SoulPhone. It was further refined with the collaboration of Dr. Mark Pitstick and Robert Staretz co-founders of the SoulPhone Foundation.
1. The client contacts the receptionist: like any office visit, the client needs to contact the receptionist to schedule a pre-session meeting. Since other parties will be involved, the specific date and time for the actual session cannot be set yet. The client will provide a range of suitable days and times when he or she can be available.
Note: In the beginning, the client must be on a waiting list since only a limited number of people will be able to use the technology. Over time, however, more clients should be able to be accommodated as more SoulPhone Call Centers become available and the technology improves.
2. Pre-session meeting with client, medium, DCS, and spirit-operator: with the assistance of the spirit-operator, the medium contacts the DCS for the client and determines a time when all of them are available for the actual session. Since the spirit-operator can reliably use the technology, the medium will confirm this date via the spirit-operator using the technology.
During this pre-session, the DCS will become familiarized with the spirit-operator and medium as well as the technology. It is the active collaboration of the spirit-operator that makes it possible for both the medium and DCS to participate with the client in this preliminary meeting. These steps increase the probability of successful contact and communication on the day of the session.
3. The actual session: the client arrives in person or by audio-video conferencing. The medium may participate in person or by conferencing as well. The technical person will be in the control room at the SoulPhone Call Center. The spirit-operator ensures that the DCS are on time and ready for contact.
4. Contact: depending on how technologically savvy and responsive the DCS are, the medium will initially communicate with them directly or through the spirit-operator. In either case, the DCS will then be asked to interact with the spirit-communication devices. If DCS are not comfortable using the equipment, the spirit-operator will operate the equipment for them. The communications might involve one or more technologies for the detection of light, sounds, motions, energy, and/or disturbances in electro-magnetic fields.
With the SoulSwitch device, input from the DCS will signal ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to the client in response to a list of questions designed to:
verify that a DCS is, in fact, in contact
enjoy rudimentary communication by answering ‘yes’ or ‘no’
The questions will be spoken out loud by the client and also typed by the client (or receptionist, if need) and displayed on large screen monitors in the control room and also in the spirit room. The monitors will also display the DCS’s ‘yes or no’ responses to the questions posed by the client.
With the SoulText device, the DCS can type out text messages to the questions posed by the client and displayed on the monitors. DCS will use a SoulKeyboard, a collection of SoulSwitches arranged as a keyboard to allow texting much as we do now with messaging devices. Then the DCS can receive questions and messages from the client and displayed on the monitors.
5. Recording the session. Each session will be audio recorded. In addition, the actual typed communication between the client and the DCS(s) will be saved as a text file. This will allow the client to replay and share their experience much as people now do after a medium session. As in mediumship readings, the SoulPhone information will be kept strictly confidential for the sake of the clients and their DCS.