Bridge between the Terrestrial and the Beyond
- Theory and Practice of Transcommunication -
by Hildegard Schaefer (†)
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3. Hanna Buschbeck
Hanna Buschbeck was born in Marienburg in
The “trigger” for her turning to tape-recorded voices was Friedrich Jürgenson’s book Sprechfunk mit Verstorbenen (Radiotelephony with deceased). It fell into her hands in 1968 and fascinated her so much that she immediately started her own experiments. From that moment on and up to her death, she sacrificed her entire leasure time to tape-recorded voices from the Beyond and used her full will-power and energy for the research on this phenomenon.
After she had met Friedrich Jürgenson personally, the journey through of her further life was perfectly clear to her. It was her endeavour to unite the – at that time - small number of thinly scattered experimenters. In her place of residence, Horb on the river
Hanna Buschbeck has substantially influenced the research on tape-recorded voices, and she was the virtual founder of the Verein für Tonbandstimmenforschung (association for research on tape-recorded voices). In her function as vice-chairman between 1975 and 1980, she made her knowledge and her international connections available to this association. Beside Friedrich Jürgenson and Konstantin Raudive, Hanna Buschbeck is reputed to have been a pioneer in the research on type-recorded voices.
At the age of seventy-six she even bought a computer and learnt its programming language (Basic) in order to investigate on PSI influences on computers for transcommunication.
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