Monday, July 30, 2012

Medium Robbert van den Broeke: Spiritual Integrity Is What Is In Question - Colin Andrews

In the ongoing debate over the messages received by Robbert van de Broeke from deceased crop circle researchers, it has been suggested that I remove any criticism of Robbert and Nancy Talbott from my website. It has also been suggested that the words used by those whose views are presented on my site and whose websites I have linked to, must necessarily be mine.

My website is an open forum: I frequently post my research or pose a question then present the variety of opinions that result. This discussion is no different. My initial posting (link) after the alleged message from Pat Delgado and Dave Chorley incorporates the research and opinions of other investigators and their conclusions and words including:

• A report from Dr. Roger Wibberley at the University of London who discovered that the images in Robbert’s photographs of Pat and Dave could both be found in a 1991 BBC interview. His reasoning and comments, such as that Robbert’s images were ‘fakes’ are his own.

• A statement from the Delgado family about their feelings which included the term ‘trickery.’ This was their word; however, I stand by the statement and believe the emotional impact of seeing this claim on the internet could have been mitigated to some degree if the family had been directly contact by Robbert beforehand. The public internet should not be a family mail box.

• An article researching the Pat and Dave images from the website ‘Thrive Debunked’ (link) which concluded that the images are ‘fake’. Again, their word.

• An opinion page from respected British Researcher Andrew Russell making a case for ‘objectivity’ and his coverage of this situation with personal comments.

• A skeptical opinion page on the website ‘Leaves that Whither’ which takes the view that ‘fakery’ is involved.

• I also link to the BLT website and Robbert’s website, and we know I don’t agree with the statements they provide.

This site will continue to post relevant research results. At this time no one has submitted any research to substantiate Robbert’s claims; however, I will gladly post any that are sent. This is not to say that people haven’t sent emails supporting Robbert’s honesty and talent; they have. I have also received emails in support of my position. At this time I see no reason to post anything other than investigative research or links to other postings.

I fully believe in spiritual reality and in the spiritual presence of the deceased. Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP), Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC) and other forms of after-death communication provide provocative direction. Having been informed of the Scole experiments some years ago by scientists involved, I have seen firsthand how essential well-designed scientific protocols can be in researching this realm. I am fully prepared to believe Robbert is a talented medium.

However, I know that even excellent mediums can get things wrong. They can be influenced by others, their messages can be reflective of their own subconscious, or they can be intercepted by mischievous spirits. One will remember that the scientific studies which were involved with the Scole experiments had to be abandoned because negative forces hijacked the mediums. Consequently, I gage the accuracy of information with four key questions:

Is the message true to the spiritual voice of the deceased being represented?

Does it provide useful information as opposed to carrying on personality disputes?

Does the message inspire people as opposed to manipulating?

Does the message uplift the receiver or does it aggrandize, promote or elevate the messenger?

I leave people to answer these questions as they relate to this case for themselves, or even decide if
the questions are relevant. For me, related to this transmission, the answers are clear.
 

Full article as an update here:
Also updated:
Its Been Dizzy With Crop Circles Around The Home of Medium Robbert van den Broeke - are they for real? Dutch television interviews the farmer who says 'no' and says she thinks Robbert made them. Also another medium says that 'something is wrong in this equation'.

The great peace maker and famous elder from Mexico, Tlakaelel has passed away - Colin Andrews

Tlakaelel kept telling his friend and interpreter Bert Gunn that the 26 July would be a good day to die.

In April of 1997, Tlakaelel, along with the His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, was an important
part of the Inter Traditions Assembly held in Arvillard, France. This Assembly was attended by 7500 people, and has been filmed for worldwide distribution. Tlakaelel was instrumental in the founding of the Circle of United Traditions, which is now based at the Karma Ling Institute in Arvillard, France.
Synthia and I send our condolences to Tlakaelel's family and friends. Also a special hug for Bert Gunn who has been such a dedicated friend and supporter as well as first class interpreter for Tlakaelel during his travels around the world. It has been our honor to be friends with them both.

This extraordinarily intelligent man held great knowledge of his peoples and their traditions as well as being a major advocate of peace and goodwill.

We would meet Tlakaelel and Bert when they were in our part of the United States as well as visit the archeological sites and crop circles in England with them on several occasions.

Tlakaelel spent a great deal of time in two crop circles he found particularly intruiging near Silbury Hill, where he also performed a special ceremony with us before making our way into the design.
This we did again in the 'Julia Set' crop circle a few years later next to Stonehenge.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Messages for Colin Andrews From Two More Deceased Friends, says Medium Robbert van den Broeke

A statement was posted on July 13th by medium Robbert van den Broeke on his website concerning myself and messages from two more of my deceased friends, former crop circle researchers. Today (15th) BLT , who are working with Robbert, have posted a new version of what transpired. Because this directly is aimed at me and involves deceased good friends and distressed families, I feel duty bound to respond. Out of respect for them this will be my last word on this particular matter:

I find myself embroiled in what has to be one of the most intriguing and revealing paranormal disputes ever. This began with an event reported on this website on May 15, 2012 ( Link ) regarding medium Robbert van de Broeke who claimed to have received images and messages from deceased crop circle researcher Pat Delgado, a very good friend and co-author with me of the first book written on crop circles, Circular Evidence.

As stated in my original report, the content and tone of the message bore no relation to Pat Delgado and was upsetting to me and the family. My criticism of Robert’s methods and ethics, along with conveyance of the Delgado family’s concern and belief of “trickery” resulted in a maelstrom. Events have escalated with yet another paranormal event reported by Robert van de Broeke in the form of messages from and images of two more deceased crop circle researchers and friends of mine, Paul Vigay and David Kingston.
Read the entire report plus a Challenge just made to Robbert by a former British journalist :

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Fraud Consultant with Colin Andrews investigating Robbert van den Broeke photo claims.

An in depth investigation is currently underway into photographs taken by self proclaimed medium Robbert van den Broeke. A fraud consultant working with Colin Andrews is currently investigating computer files, website traffic routing and downloads and other undisclosed specialist fields, including special effects and camera circuitry and design. The investigation is at an advanced stage. Keep your eye HERE for reports that will be published soon. In cases where extreme claims are made, comes a huge responsibility for truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
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