Hacking The Afterlife podcast

Hacking The Afterlife podcast

Richard Martini‘s podcast where he interviews people who can access the flipside. Jennifer Shaffer is a medium-intuitive he works with often (JenniferShaffer.com) but podcasts may include other folks who can access the flipside. For more info MartiniZone or RichMartini (com)

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January 6, 2022 43 min

Welcome to the New Year of 2022!  Here Jennifer and I are picking up from where we left off last year - after both of us coming down with Covid, and me trying not to cough my way through the show. Apologies for the cough drop walla, just unavoidable.

In this podcast we asked who wanted to come forward, and I was surprised to see George Harrison step in - as in the past he was a reluctant speaker. Mostly opted for witty sarcasm - b...

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Due to circumstances beyond our control, both Jennifer and I have come down with versions of the flu. Both of us are okay, but not up to doing our "year end" podcast that we so wanted to do. We may do that next week.

Meanwhile, for all of our fans, here's a previous unseen session filmed in Jennifer's office in Manhattan Beach.  I started off by invited Cass Elliot (in the theme of "Tuning Into the Afterlife...

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Due to circumstances beyond our control, we've had to dig into the stocking by the fireplace for a podcast this week, the last one of 2021.  Why not just rerun the one we did last year at this same time? Sounds like a great idea.

Wishing all our listeners and friends a happy holidaze, and here's the reaching out to our loved ones on the flipside. They say that they're with us during the holidays, because of course we t...

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This is a bit different, as Jennifer had spoken with someone who was close to Steve Jobs the day before, and alerted me that he might want to stop by the podcast for a chat.

I didn't know that to be the case, but we had spoken to him before, so I prepared some questions beforehand. As noted, some of the questions to him, Jennifer could not know the answers. His comment that his relationship with Kubun Otogawa "saved his li...

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It's our Anniversary Special!

Jennifer reached out to me 7 years ago, after listening to the audible for my second book "It's a Wonderful Afterlife." At the time I didn't know anything about mediums, other than I'd met a few who were spot on and amazingly accurate. I didn't realize that it was another methodology for accessing information on the flipside.

So we spent three hours together our first meet...

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This is something filmed in April of 2019.  It was on the heels of a conversation with Hawking, Sagan, Tesla and Einstein. That interview is in the book "Backstage Pass to the Flipside 3" - this one is reproduced in the new book "Tuning into the Afterlife."

There's a number of unusual concepts covered in this session, talking to Stephen Hawking about how to access a "slice of time." The story that I'...

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This is one of those unusual podcasts where again, no plan, just chatting with Jennifer.  And in this case, a dog came through that I knew 30 years ago - that I walked for three years for my then boss Robert Towne, Oscar winning screenwriter.

Hira was a unique pet - treated me like a vassal, had a persona that I can remember thinking "this isn't a dog. This is like a person who allows me to walk with him, rather than walk ...

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This is a book talk that I gave in Laguna Woods about "Eleven eleven" in 2019.

The information still applies.  Jennifer was busy today and could not participate in the podcast. This is a 90 minute book talk, so for those who can handle me speaking non stop for two hours, this is for you.

Talk was given for the "Life After Life" club in Laguna Woods that covers my journey into the flipside, as well as some of the l...

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This is another one of those podcasts about process. In this case, Jennifer recounts going to someone's house to do some mediumship work, and this person added a wall of photographs to their home.  The idea was to "remember where we came from and how we got here."

Along those lines, a discussion of how Jennifer's father had come through and given us advice from the flipside about how to deal with grief.  He said &#...

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Unusual podcast today - first a conversation about dreams, and how dreams are created, both with folks no longer on the planet, and our memories of them.  A dive into how consciousness functions.

And then, when asked if our moderator on the flipside Luana Anders has brought anyone in to speak with us, she introduces Jesse Owens, because "there aren't enough athletes in our class."

Which is pretty funny - Jennifer knew...

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Jennifer is back from the UK and worlds beyond!

In this shortened episode, we discuss some things with our moderator on the flipside Luana Anders, who talks about her observations of the planet.

It bears repeating that Luana was my 20 year companion, who passed to the flipside in 1996, who started showing up in dreams, visions, and then to members of my family prior to doing any of this research into the Flipside. As noted in the...

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This is a podcast from a year ago - when we first started to do zoom sessions and put them on MartiniZone.com at the YouTube channel. Oldie but goodie while Jennifer is traipsing around the planet.

I begin the segment with me on camera mentioning the two folks I invited to come to the session. Jennifer knew the face of Tom, one of them, didn't know the second one Randi at all.  However, we spoke to Tom before, and this convers...

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Jennifer is away from the desk for a moment or three.  In the meantime, I was looking through our old interviews.  These were not made for the podcast - they follow the same format, but were not meant to be shown.

The idea was that Jennifer and I would have lunch once a week and see who came forward. These recorded conversations are part of the book "Backstage Pass to the Flipside."  If you haven't read any of them, it...

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Another mind bending session with Jennifer Shaffer and Luana Anders on the flipside. I posted some photographs on Facebook of Luana who appeared in Francis Coppola's first film "Dementia 13" as it's being released on Blue Ray this week with a commentary by Francis.  And when mentioning that on our podcast, Jennifer revealed that she's been "reading" a member of the Coppola family since 2009. 

I have no ...

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This is one of those podcasts about process. 

As usual we had nothing on our agenda, but Luana did. At some point she interrupted me (what else is new?) to get Jennifer to say "Luana wants to talk about something." 

I know this is problematic for some people. As I note in the podcast, it's not my opinion, theory or belief that I've been filming people for the past ten years accessing the flipside, it's on film...

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Just another day in the park on the flipside.

In this case, Jennifer got a glimpse of Steve Martin on the Flipside. Because of the people involved, I guessed what that was a reference to.  Not only is Charles Grodin's longtime friend in a successful show on Hulu, so is his pal Martin Short (Clifford.)

As noted in the show, Charles was close to Steve Martin - and despite their close relationship, acknowledges that Steve can...

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We got lucky today as Jennifer was available for a full hour.

We start off with a question about frequency and how electronics seem to influencing and affecting our lifetimes, and at Luana Anders suggestion (neither Jennifer nor I had planned anything in advance) she brought Stephen forward to talk about frequency disruption. 

We've had chats with Stephen before - they're in the books "Backstage Pass to the Flipside&#...

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I met Don Everly once in my career playing pianos in nightclubs around the planet.  The amazing sax player Craig Cole, a member of our band "Imminent Disaster" and I were playing a gig at Les Deux Cafe. It was just me and Craig and as I began singing "Knocking on Heaven's Door" there was the sound of someone singing harmony in my ear.

As I recount in this episode, I didn't know who it was, but I recognized ...

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Recently on the "Hacking the Afterlife" forum on Quora someone asked me why we hadn't interviewed more women.  I pointed out that I wasn't in charge of the guest list, but offered that perhaps there were more men than women was because of the occupations we've chatted with. Quite a few musicians who invite their pals to our classroom.

That's not to say that we've only interviewed guys - in the books ...

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Another mind bending foray into the flipside.

As noted in this podcast, we don't come prepped or ready to speak to anyone, unless something odd has happened.

In this case, Jennifer had asked for help from her great grandfather a few days ago - and really didn't  know anything beyond his name.

And like I do with all of my research, I do look this stuff up. As it turns out the Civil War veteran who showed up actually was a...

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