Challenger Saga Continues, May 2017 Editorial

FMBR Editorial: May, 2017

FMBR Announcement - Challenger Saga Continues

The Astronauts' Stories from the Challenger Space Shuttle — Now Available.

The FMBR team has compiled a series of channeled* communications from the astronauts who perished aboard the Challenger Space Shuttle.  A website with all of their stories can be found at:
Challenger Crew Channeled (www.challengercc.org)

On January 28, 1986, the Challenger Space Shuttle exploded shortly after launch. As the immense tragedy unfolded, the country deeply grieved the deaths of the astronauts and their families' losses.  The Challenger disaster is imbedded in our national and global psyche.

Shortly after the explosion, the spirit of Christa McAuliffe, the school teacher/crew member, spontaneously came through Jeanne Love, a channeler living in Michigan.  The astronaut's death having just occurred in a traumatic way, coherent discussion/channeling was not possible.  The day after the tragedy, communication was established with several of the astronauts who spoke through Jeanne.  Many channeled discussions were carried out with the astronauts over the ensuing months and years.  Additional communication also occurred through another channel -- Jeanne's friend Regina Ochoa.

The astronauts' stories will give the reader insights into life after death, the continued learning that occurs after physical death, and a better understanding of space/time.  In channeled discussions, the astronauts describe what happened during and after the explosion. Other than Christa, they assert that they did not die in the initial explosion, but that the cause of their death was drowning (contrary to news stories at that time, and only later confirmed by NASA).

 

In addition, they explore the cause of the explosion, the politics at NASA 30 years ago, and information on a payload designed to test aspects of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) on the Challenger Space Shuttle -- information which was never disclosed to the public and was not known by the astronauts until after their deaths.

These original transcripts are being released by FMBR with the consent of Jeanne Love and Regina Ochoa, to honor the requests by the seven astronaut heroes who wanted the world to know about life after death.

Channelers:  Jeanne Love and Regina Ochoa.  Jeanne Love and Regina Ochoa are scheduled to give a talk at FMBR on October 27th.

FMBR Team:  Stories assembled by Jerry Gin, edited by Mark Smith and others, website by Ken Morley.  Original transcripts reviewed by FMBR team in 1986:  Bill Gough, Edie Fischer, Bob Shacklett, Marshall Pease, and Jon Klimo.

*Definition of Channeling:  In Jon Klimo's book, Channeling: Investigations on Receiving Information from Paranormal Sources channeling is defined as: "the communication of information to or through a physically embodied human being from a source. . .on some other level or dimension of reality other than the physical as we know it."

Further sources about channeling on the web: