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iDigitalMedium: I Am Part Of The Whole, My Voice Is Heard

iDigitalMedium is a project started in 2014 by Keith Clark of ITC Bridge. The iDigitalMedium team has a mission to help broaden ITC and spiritual understanding for all of humanity.

With this goal in mind, we hope you will enjoy the content posted on ITC Voices courtesy of iDigitalMedium.

iDigitalMedium Mission Statement

To share all aspects of spirituality and creativity as they relate to our everyday lives in this age of technology, on the cusp of the re-enlightenment of the consciousness of mankind.

To remind every person that they in their true form are spirit, with the ability to imagine, manifest, and create, using the power of thought.

To demonstrate that everyone has the inherent ability to develop their own spiritual gifts, and we can learn how to connect with our higher self, purpose, and spirit.

To endeavor to use all forms of mediumship in combination with individual personal spiritual development and experiences to demonstrate the continuity of life.

To share the expression of those who work in the light; to help collect, organize, and disseminate this information while simultaneously fostering a positive spirit of networking and contribution.

To fully utilize technology to reach out across the world, linking a myriad of individual paths together for one purpose – the evolution of the consciousness of mankind.

To clarify both difficulty and success as experienced by those who embark on this path, in a candid and truthful manner that people can resonate with.

To iNspire creativity and be iNspired, to release the unlimited source from within, and to channel that energy towards manifestation in our physical world, as creators.

We are here to say:

“I am spirit, I am a creator, I am a contributor.
I am part of the whole, my voice is heard.”

Welcome creator, welcome friend, for you are an integral part of this transformation.

  • Unsung Heroes – Karl Jackson-Barnes
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Unsung Heroes – Karl Jackson-Barnes Karl Jackson-Barnes doesn’t consider himself an “unsung hero”. He describes himself as an archivist and a medium who has just had the good fortune of gaining access to some of the best seance material recorded in the 20th century. Karl is an editor, publisher and... Read more »
  • Wedding Traditions among the Agĩkũyũ People of Kenya
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Wedding Traditions among the Agĩkũyũ People of Kenya by Alex Bliss About Alex The Agĩkũyũ people speak the Bantu language and form the largest ethnic group in Kenya. They are also known as Nyumba ya Mumbi which means The House of the Potter. The Agĩkũyũ inhabit five counties almost exclusively, namely: Kiambu, Nyeri,... Read more »
  • Unsung Heroes – Jack Andrews
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Unsung Heroes – Jack Terrence Andrews – The New Leslie Flint Educational Trust Jack Terrence Andrews created The New Leslie Flint Educational Trust Facebook page and YouTube channel to share recordings never heard before of sessions held with the great direct voice medium, Leslie Flint. These tapes would probably have been lost... Read more »
  • iDigitalMedium YouTube Videos
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  • Unsung Heroes – Sandra Foy
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Unsung Heroes – Sandra Foy Sandra Foy, along with her husband Robin Foy and Alan and Diana Bennett, was part of the Scole Experiment core group. Although 19 years have passed since the last Scole sitting, the phenomena produced, documented, and studied by a number of scientists, are still... Read more »
  • The Struggles of African Women
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium The Struggles of African Women by Alex Bliss About Alex Every time I find myself on a bus next to a woman with bunches of unripe bananas and a basket of cereal in Nairobi, I remember my mama. Indeed I remember all women back in Kangaita, the village where I was... Read more »
  • Standoff at Kenya Music Festival
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Standoff at Kenya Music Festival by Alex Bliss About Alex Now, here we Kenyans are in the 21st century, still wrestling with issues of who is better than the other – who gets to dominate who in the pecking order. This is not just a challenge. It is a bug. A pebble in... Read more »
  • Drought in Kenya
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium Drought in Kenya by Alex Bliss About Alex When  I visited Mama in the village of Kangaita on my return home from a visit to Nairobi, the weather that greeted me in Nanyuki town was arid and suffocating. I had to squint my eyes as billows rose into the air around me.... Read more »
  • Form to Send a Message to Marcello Bacci
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium (Click HERE to read what this project is about!) Add Your Personal Message Below! Any language is accepted, and will be translated to Italian. On June 1st, 2017 we will send the first group of messages to Mr. Bacci Do you want to help translate the messages into Italian? Contact us: thankbacci@idigitalmedium.com ... Read more »
  • Thank You Messages Bacci
    Original Source: iDigitalMedium All Personal Thank You Messages to Mr. Marcello Bacci Are Listed Below Once a certain number of messages are entered, we will print these messages out onto paper and “snail mail” (send via regular email) them to Mr. Bacci via our contacts at AREI (The Afterlife Research and Education Institute) Do you... Read more »

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