Richard Martini's podcast where he interviews people who can access the flipside. Jennifer Shaffer is a medium he works with often (JenniferShaffer.com) but podcasts may include other folks who can access the flipside. For more info MartiniZone or RichMartini (com)
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer and Luana Anders, back from the UK
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 book "Flipside: A Tourist's Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife" it was her appearance that inspired this journey.
I spent ten years filming people under hypnosis accessing their own loved ones on the flipside, and then, when meeting Jennifer Shaffer, it was Luana who made that connection. And now, she's like the "hall monitor" on the flipside, who has a guest list that allows specific individuals into our classroom to discuss the process.
Jennifer and I haven't spoken for at least three weeks, so I have no idea what we're going to discuss prior to the session. In this one, Luana correctly (mind bendingly) points out that "She and I took a trip to Portugal together."
Except when we went together, she was ashes in a pouch in my suitcase. It was just after she had passed, and I was dutifully scattering her ashes in different places around the globe. I had been invited to Bilbao, and stopped by to see Luana's friend (and "group member") Frank Gehry's design of the Guggenheim.
I didn't know there was a pond outside the museum, but when possible, I scatter a small handful of her ashes in waterways that I go to visit - thinking of her when I do so, thinking of all those tiny particles floating around the water, swallowed by a passing fish or whatever metaphor one might want.
I do have the photograph mentioned of me scattering her ashes in Sydney, and having the wind blow them all back into my face (just like in the Cohen brother's film with Jeff Bridges) but then a spotlight appeared out of the clouds right onto me. I'll have to track it down and post it on my blog RichMartini.com - when I write about this unusual podcast.
Anyways, more to come, just a short trip into the flipside today.
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer, Tom Petty, Amazing Randi, Regis and Paul Newman
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 conversation is in honor of his 70th birthday. We talk about his birthday party on the flipside, and talk about music in general and a little bit of his bio. Then we shift to Regis Philbin, someone I knew, met through Charles Grodin (had dinner with outside of when he first met me and commented on the air about my mixed striped outfit) and he had a couple of things to say to his friend Chuck. Then I interview "the Amazing Randi" - a terrific magician in his own right, who later became the preeminent debunker of all things paranormal. As was our interview with atheist Harry Dean Stanton (and Carl Sagan) both in the "Backstage Pass to the Flipside" books, he had some amusing anecdotes to say, as well as messages to both Penn and Teller. Finally Paul Newman strolled by - and we got fifteen minutes with the icon who has a message for John Cusack of all people (someone I know). We'll speak in more detail to Paul if he desires it - but it's another mind bending hour of your time.
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer
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's a good place to start.
By this time, we are speaking in short hand. I know that the restaurant is noisy, but I'm not filming for broadcast. I'm just filming so I have a record of what she is saying.
This clip is part of the film "Paul Allen, Junior Seau and Dave Duerson" on YouTube (free). But this is the raw footage - the uncut version of what happened that day. I went to the restaurant with the idea that I wanted to speak to someone I'd never met before, Paul Allen - to see if it was possible to do so.
I have friends who know him - so I asked John Lennon for help because I know his son (He's in Cannes Man), I asked Anthony Bourdain for help guessing he might have met Paul and asked Steve Jobs for help. All three of these people we've interviewed in the past.
So if you're not aware of the process, or have seen our podcast, this clip won't make any sense. It will seem entirely random and all over the map. I mean at some point I ask Abraham Lincoln to come forward to clarify a point from a previous interview we'd done with him. I wanted to ask him what his favorite poem was. ("Mortality" - he knew it by heart.)
There are more jumps around the map - George Washington stops by. If you can't imagine how that can work, then start over at the first podcast to understand how it works. But since she's not available, and some are addicted to listening to her - her is 80 minutes of Jennifer.
Will Shakespeare shows up at the end. Is it really Will? I don't know. But I ask him the same questions and the answers are just as mind bending as every other one in this session.
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer and Luana Anders about dreams
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 idea of how that came about - it clearly didn't have anything to do with me or Luana since Jennifer and I didn't meet until 6 years ago, and I had not known that she had "met" or helped someone from the family meet with folks on the flipside.
Luana was close with Eleanor and Francis, and we spent many years at their home for Thanksgiving, and as noted in the podcast, Luana spent many times going up there to visit on her own. Francis not only cast her in Dementia 13, she did voice over work for him the Godfather (she's the voice of the nurse who moves Marlon Brando in the film), and also contributed to the script of "One From the Heart."
Fans of this podcast know that Luana was instrumental in dragging me into the flipside, since passing in 1996 in my arms. She started showing up visually, audibly, in dreams - until I made a concerted effort to "find her." If she was able to visit me, why couldn't I visit her? And have been doing so since I fell into the research behind "Flipside."
Then, Luana become our conduit for our "classroom" on the flipside. As noted, it was Tom Petty who said "Your friend Luana is like the bouncer at the stage door with the list of people who get into the VIP lounge. No one gets to speak to you unless she approves it."
Today I got an email from a woman in Italy who asked Luana for some help with a classroom she is teaching, and had the distinct impression that Luana said she would, and directed her to look at a video on my YouTube page ("Going Home" a talk I gave at an iands event.)
Anyways, this is a podcast about "Hacking the Afterlife." And Luana gives a number of "Life Hacks" in this one, talking about how to interpret dreams, and how to allow that the visuals we see may be related to other lifetimes as well as other adventures.
Mind bendingly so.
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer, Luana Anders and Bill Paxton
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. It's literally footage.
Take a look at the films "Flipside" or "Hacking the Afterlife" on Amazon Prime. To those who have a problem with this process, find your own. People have suggested I interrupt Jennifer too often; my response is, "Sorry. But book your own session with Jennifer and you can do all the non interrupting you want."
We bring this public service to people because it's not hard to speak to loved ones in the after life. Some claim it is - we're showing it's not. People pretend it is, but if one takes the time to do the research, look at the clinical case studies, look at the research that shows consciousness is not confined to the brain, their adamant refusal to consider it possible is mind bending. It is possible. One doesn't need a medium, or a hypnotherapist - but both help.
As to why we do this podcast, as Jennifer notes, about 30% of her time speaking to the flipside is in service of law enforcement. She does that work pro bono - for the public good. It's her version of "tithing."
In my case I've been very clear since publishing "Flipside" in 2012. I've been filming people with or without hypnosis since 2008. 100 cases - half without hypnosis. What they say on camera matches the clinical case studies of Dr. Helen Wambach (a clinical psychologist who did 2750 case studies) or Dr. Brian Weiss (has done 4000 case studies) or Michael Newton and the Newton Institute, who have done over 7000 sessions with people. My version of tithing is to post this podcast, over 100's of hours of footage on this webpage at MartiniZone.com on Youtube.
For those adamant skeptics, look at the peer reviewed science from Dr. Greyson's "After" and his comprehensive NDE research, or Dr. Tucker's "Before" and his 1500 cases studies of reincarnation, or Ed Kelly's "Consciousness Unbound" - peer reviewed science citing how consciousness is not confined to the brain. All gave me a tour of UVA's lab at the DOPS part of the Medical School. It's directly related to why we do this podcast.
Subjective experience can be studied based on the 100's of examples. If everyone said something different, then we'd have the argument of bias, or projection. Having filmed people saying the same things with or without hypnosis, having mediums report the same things with friends of mine, shows that it cannot be cryptomnesia or my projections. (In the film "Talking to Bill Paxton" on Gaia I had three mediums answer the same questions put to Bill, and all said the same answers, including the one who was asked the questions by a third party. (Triple blind study)
The only thing confined to the brain is opinion, cemented in years of people arguing that experiences mean nothing, that events that occur are meaningless without "mainstream science" weighing in. It took 66 years to go from Kitty Hawk to the Moon, not from the scientists who said people would "never escape gravity" or people who claimed flight was impossible.
Science asks two main things; reports must be consistent and reproducible. It's the basis of all data. In this case, we are getting a "hack" from someone who left the planet in 1996. She has made it a point to wrangle me out of my director's chair (I've written and or directed 9 theatrical feature films) and put me into this podcast chair where I have learned more than I ever could have filming people pretend to be someone they are not.
So enjoy the podcast, at the moment it's free, and given with love. Enjoy a little sage advice coming from the flipside.
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer, Luana Anders, Charles Grodin and Elizabeth Taylor
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't hear him when he's trying to reach out to him. That's a common refrain, as it's hard for someone to change horses midstream.
As my old boss Robert Towne mentioned after having verifiable evidence of the afterlife (courtesy of Jennifer Shaffer) he said "My whole life I was convinced that the afterlife didn't exist. Now I am convinced that it does exist."
Why is that?
Experience. Because no one can talk anyone into believing an afterlife exists, they have to experience it first hand. Seeing a medium is one avenue, as is hypnotherapy or meditation. All yield the same information and identical results. I know I've been filming people saying the same things about the journey for over ten years.
This isn't for everyone, nor should it be. But the people who need to hear this, or see this at MartiniZone.com on Youtube - will find it. Enjoy.
How are there not 5 million 5⭐️ reviews
I’m so happy that these two came together! After listening to all of Richard martini’s books I was so happy to see that there was a podcast with Jennifer. His technique of getting info from the flip side is gold, and they are such a dynamic team. This information is presented in such a way that makes it comfortable even for skeptics. This is life-changing information on a lighthearted podcast, couldn’t love it more! (Even the interruptions… I wish I could listen to both say what they are getting at the same time …. perhaps on the flip side)
Enjoyed two episodes but male voice way too loud and his interruptions distracting. Please be more patient waiting for answers.
Altogether, very interesting and believable.
More Jennifer, Less Martini
The format is good, but Martini interrupts too much, changes subjects, and cuts off information coming through Jennifer. He needs to slow down, be more patient, and let J express what she’s getting. Would be better if he just introduced a topic and then let her report. I’ve had readings done by Jennifer and know she has this gift. She told me many things about my deceased brother and sister without knowing anything about me but my name and birthdate. Fascinating.