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E-mail from Michael Roll to New Scientist, March 9, 2005

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The discovery of people in the invisible part of the universe

To the Editor of New Scientist:

Further to your favourable feature on the former President of The Royal Society - Sir William Crookes, 21 August 2004.

I consider the "Cleaver Report" to be one of the most important scientific experiments ever. This is because he carried out the experiment in 1982 that Sir William Crookes was unable to do in 1874.

Katie King, who was materialising at the Crookes experiment from the invisible part of the universe every time his medium Florence Cook gave a demonstration, had left her physical body so long ago that Sir William was unable to do what Alan Cleaver did in 1982. During a demonstration given by the materialisation medium Rita Goold he was able to physically reunite the "dead" person who was materialising with her daughter who was still on Earth.

We can only hope that The Royal Society will now abandon their 17th century pact that they have with the Vatican, never to "meddle" (interfere) with the monopoly that the priests enjoy on the vast and lucrative life after death industry - make a serious scientific study of life after death.

Michael Roll

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