Interdimensional Portal Generato

Proof of Afterlife With New ITC Technologies

by Mark Macy

Making ITC believable

Today, some of us in ITC research believe it’s time to back up a bit and untangle the mess — to unboggle the minds that have been badly boggled. First, we have to develop an ITC system that provides convincing contacts under any conditions, in a mixed crowd. A number of us have been working on such systems. I’ve had some encouraging results in Colorado over the past year with a special subtle energy device called a "luminator."

The author and the "Luminator"

The luminator is a tower-shaped device about four feet high (1.3 meters), which radically alters the environment in an area that extends about 100 feet (30 meters) in all directions from the device. It has two internal fans which move air over a series of liquid-filled rings. As the air molecules go tumbling through the rings, unusual things happen to them, according to inventor Patrick Richards, including a reverse spin of electrons. (To get the inventor's own perspective on the luminator, its effects, and its use in non-ITC applications, please see

When I take a picture of someone with a Polaroid camera in the presence of the luminator, there is a good chance that there will be other faces in the picture after it develops a few minutes later — faces of people who are not present physically — that is, faces of spirit beings...

Today, the luminator offers a broader view of reality, and I believe that mainstream science is ripe for another overhaul. A few frontier scientists, such as Rupert Sheldrake in England, Burkhard Heim and Ernst Senkowski in Germany, and William Tiller in the United States, are talking about other dimensions of reality superimposed over our own, and the subtle energies and consciousness that can shape those realities. But mainstream scientists are not listening. Their conventional scientific model of reality is threatened by these new ideas, and so they are waiting for indisputable proof.

I believe that the luminator images provide that proof, so I’ve given my luminator a designation: the GT-21. That is an abbreviation for "Galileo’s Telescope of the Twenty-First Century." My luminato r— the GT-2 1— provides a very basic and reliable ITC capability, allowing simple spirit pictures to be collected on Polaroid film in a mixed crowd.

The most logical and reasonable conclusion to be drawn from these luminator images, in my opinion, is that the faces in the images, which are often strikingly clear, are the faces of actual people who are alive in realms beyond the range of our vision, but who can nevertheless be close to us and interact in our lives, and in the right circumstances can show themselves on Polaroid film. Other explanations, again in my opinion, (for example the notion that our thoughts are creating the faces, or that the faces are just photographic defects) are less reasonable and perhaps more contrived.

Incidentally, we have tried various other forms of photography--35-mm cameras, digital cameras, VHS camcorders, and digital camcorders--but none of them have shown anomalous results during experiments in my lab, where only the Polaroid camera has provided spirit images in the presence of the luminator. (However, my colleagues Patrick Richards and Jack Stucki have told me that some anomalous effects have also been recorded at other locations  on both 35-mm film and VHS recording tape.)
Positive Health (March 2000)

Introduction to Bioliminal Photography

Bioliminal photography* is the brain child of an American engineer called Patrick Richards and, as is the case with many inventions, its development was quite accidental. Patrick originally created an instrument (a Luminator) in order to balance air temperatures for more efficient heat energy management. However, when testing his technology in various offices he discovered that his machine (which incidentally looks rather like a large stereo speaker) not only created a more uniform temperature gradient but also that the workers started to report improvements in their health. It appeared to alter the magnetic field of the environment and also sensitive light meters indicated an increase in light emissions in the working area. Patrick then made further explorations using photography in the field. Photographs when taken in this altered field often produced anomalous images of the subjects – either fuzzy or with multiple images. After years of research, Patrick concluded that people suffering from health challenges usually produced fuzzy or distorted images when photographed while healthy individuals produced clear and “normal” photographs. A further development revealed that when subjects held a correct remedy or appropriate medicine for their condition were photographed within the field, totally clear images were obtained.

* Bioliminal: Patrick Richards coined this term. Coming from the Greek – bios (life) and limen (the limit below which a stimulus is not perceived) to indicate the nature of this phenomenon.

Faces In The Mist ( I )


Mark Macy

...In the coming weeks I plan to publish dozens of strange and intriguing photos I captured over a 12-year period. The pictures were made possible by combining Polaroid (instant photograph) technology with a subtle energy device called a “luminator.”

I bought a luminator from Michigan inventor Patrick Richards in 1999 and took thousands of pictures over the years… until 2010, after Polaroid stopped making its popular 600 film. I had friends, family, and clients pose in my lab, and I hauled the luminator around the country, taking pictures at conferences and seminars.

The rings in the cylinder contain a water-based liquid that inventor Richards programmed with intention as he designed each luminator… the way one can program a crystal.

The photos hint at the illusory nature of our physical world, which seems so solid and real to us… trapped as we are in the five senses. Somehow the luminator helps to break down the illusion, to give us a glimpse of the subtle realms that flourish beneath the surface of our dense reality.

Basically I would photograph a subject while the luminator was whirring nearby, and as the picture developed over several minutes, strange anomalies would usually begin to appear.

Sometimes the photos were “normal,” showing the subject clearly. But more often than not, the developed picture would be hazy, with strange light streaks and other anomalies. Sometimes unusual faces emerged from the mist… and those were the pictures of greatest interest to me, as an afterlife researcher.


The luminator is a tower-shaped device that houses two fans, one above and one below a plexiglass cylinder with liquid-filled rings mounted along its internal wall. The counter-rotating fans create a vortex, like a small tornado that swirls through the cylinder. The hardware and the vortex together open a portal that (apparently) allows the subtle realities around us to interact more directly with our dense material reality....


Resonance — a Key to ITC contacts

Mark Macy

...The luminator seems to melt away some of the barriers between the physical world and spirit worlds, allowing spirit friends to move in a bit more closely to get their images on film, and allowing other strange things to happen. The inventor of the luminator, Patrick Richards, tells a story of the time he placed three of the devices in a triangular configuration spanning two rooms in his house. He turned them on, sat in the center of the triangle formed by three devices, and felt a very strange sensation. As he leaned his head against the wall, it went THROUGH the wall as though it were passing through a light beam rather than a solid object. He quickly withdrew his head, turned off the luminators, and has not tried the experiment again since then. He says it was quite a frightening experience. Somehow the triangular configuration of the three devices seemed to have created a vortex to other dimensions, or at least it altered the molecular structure of things (the walls or the inventor’s body) in this world...
Issue 26 - March 1998

Biolumanetics - The Science of Life-Light


Thrifty Engineer

Patrick Richards the inventor/developer of the system describes it as the science of Life expressing as Light or briefly Life-Light. The word is taken from the term Bioluminescence that describes the electro-chemical action in a male firefly when it lights up. Numerous studies confirm that life-forms emit light.1 In Biolumanetics we believe that light is the primary/fundamental expression of life and that we are primarily energy beings with a physical dimension. In this article we will attempt to inform the reader of only the health aspect of this life discipline.

The system was developed in the US by sixty two year old American engineer, Patrick Richards, who has worked with it for fourteen years. In 1983 he designed an instrument to balance air temperatures for efficient energy management. The device now called a Luminator™ did create a balanced air environment – but on further exploration turned out to have a more important and unexpected application.

While testing the unit in open plan offices it was discovered that people working in the environment of the Luminator™ reported beneficial health changes ranging from loss of low back pain to reduction of stress and migraine headaches. The results, protocols and the methods and the markers of  this unpublished study can be made available upon request.

Searching for an explanation for the health changes he found that the Luminator™ altered the environment in three ways – temperatures were balanced floor to ceiling and wall to wall, an altered magnetic field was created, and the available light in the room was reorganised from normal incoherent light (light going in many directions) to coherent polarised light. There are several unpublished papers/studies on this work.

In 1985 he discovered by accident, that the cell light from life-forms could be imaged in the field of the Luminator™. Late 1985 found him imaging people holding their medications.

As a researcher he has seen, tested and treated over a thousand individuals who have been referred to him because they did not respond to traditional approaches. He has seen the following types; bone and other tissue that would not heal, Diabetic ulcers and neuropathy, PMS/PMT, SAD, Chronic Fatigue or ME, environmental illnesses, degenerative problems associated with ageing, arthritis and hyperactivity in children, among other conditions.

Working with these individuals, long term follow-ups show marked improvement to total loss of symptoms, without the client acquiring new symptoms. Case studies are available upon request to  licensed practitioners  with  specific needs.  At this point it is important to state that all the “diseases” described above were “diagnosed”  by conventional health practitioners who have a different model of understanding. In Biolumanetics we do NOT “diagnose” “diseases” nor do we address symptoms directly.

Biolumanetics is a complete assessment and healing system. Biolumanetics is the synthesis of many different approaches including acupuncture, homoeopathy, flower essences, gem elixirs, colour therapy, kinesiology, chelation and radionics. The result is a synergistic whole which is greater than the sum of its many parts. It is an integrated vast new model of understanding...

VRIC Imaging – The Assessment System

VRIC is an unique active imaging system for measuring vitality or coherence of any life form, human, animal or plant. VRIC (pronounced Veerick) stands for Visual Reference of Image Coherence. Organisms/life forms emit light. The brightness, intensity and the coherence of the light emitted is an indication of its health. We define health as vitality or coherence. A healthy person emits brighter, more intense light. In a life form suffering from dis-ease (we define disease as a loss of vitality) the level of light or photon emission from the cells is lowered. So far there has not been a means to see the level of cell-light being emitted by a life form, as a true physical image.

To make a VRIC assessment we use two devices, a fixed focus Polaroid camera and a Luminator™. The Luminator™ creates a special environment in the room which makes it possible to use the VRIC assessment method. Up until now it has not been possible to know in advance with any degree of certainty, whether a particular medication/remedy/supplement/treatment would work for the client/patient’s benefit. It has also not been possible to verify in any objective manner, whether bioenergetic and “vibrational” forms of healing are “really” effective or not. VRIC is a milestone for all practitioners of subtle energy medicine and forms of healing. At last spiritual healing, homoeopathy, flower essences, acupuncture, shiatsu, reiki, colour therapy to name but a few, can be assessed in an objective manner. No longer can they be dismissed, as being totally subjective “placebo” effects existing only in the imagination of the patient because there was no “scientific” basis for drawing any conclusion...

VRIC photos are taken in a special altered environment – the field of the LUMINATOR™.

All VRIC photos are taken with a simple fixed focus Polaroid camera. The only modification to the camera is that we mask the flash. The film used is ordinary Polaroid 600 colour film.

They are taken from the same distance and in the same lighting conditions.

...How does the luminator work?

How do the vortex, the fans, the Plexiglass barrel and the liquid-filled rings of the luminator work together to allow nonphysical faces to appear on Polaroid film? I can only speculate at this time.

First, an internet search for “vortex experiments” yields dozens of research projects underway in the world that are studying storms, climate modeling, formation of droplets, hydrodynamics, static electricity, multidimensional energy transference, anti-gravity, thrusters, sunspots, superconductors, magnetics, pure electron plasma, and ionic interactions. It’s evident, then, that vortices can have significant and varied effects on their surroundings. Assuming that most of these researchers are onto something, then it’s possible that the vortex formed by the fans in the luminator might have some influence upon the interaction between the physical and nonphysical realms and upon the entities inhabiting those realms.

Also, the water-based liquid in the rings within the luminator are said to be programmed to certain frequencies, which might have some bearing on the resonant frequencies of the entities in nonphysical realms.

As I mentioned, these are just speculations. Certain knowledge of how and why the luminator facilitates the faces is not known; nor is it necessary as long as we can accept that the nonphysical faces in the photos are genuine, and as long as we know that the luminator facilitates them. With that knowledge, we can answer other questions in the future, as we gain a better understanding of these nonphysical realms and how they interplay with our world.

For now I can safely state that the luminator and the Polaroid process implemented in low-lighting conditions seem to be key factors. I’ve captured no nonphysical faces in photos that I’ve taken without the luminator present. And with the luminator running I have tried 35mm film, digital cameras, and various types of digital and analog video cameras, all without ever getting a nonphysical face in a picture. Only with a Polaroid camera with the luminator running do I get results.

When using a Polaroid camera I mask the flash unit with black tape and score a hole in the tape the size of a sesame seed. That allows just a small flicker of light to escape during each exposure. Indoor lighting of overhead incandescence and fluorescence induce the best results. Sunlight and halogen lighting yield poor results...