On January 28, 1986, NASA’s space shuttle Challenger — the second to enter service — broke apart 73 seconds after liftoff when a seal on one of its booster rockets failed, causing an explosion. Its crew of seven were all killed; notably the Space Program’s first civilian astronaut, New Hampshire schoolteacher Christa McAuliffe. Shortly thereafter the crew began a series of remarkable communications through trance mediums Jeanne Love and Regina Ochoa. Transcripts of their recorded channeling sessions can be found on this website, organized by date and also by astronaut.
The second shuttle to meet a disastrous end was the Columbia, NASA’s first and oldest orbiter. Returning from its 28th trip into space on February 1, 2003, the Columbia disintegrated upon reentering Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven crew members. During its launch, a piece of foam insulation had broken off from the craft’s external tank and struck its left wing. Though NASA engineers suspected that serious damage might have been inflicted on the craft’s protective thermal tiles, the Columbia was cleared to re-enter the atmosphere. When hot atmospheric gases penetrated and destroyed its internal wing structure, the spacecraft was suddenly depressurized, became unstable and broke apart. Its debris was scattered across hundreds of square miles of East Texas and Louisiana.
Though mediums Love and Ochoa were subsequently aware of the presence of the Columbia crew, it was not until the 16th and 17th of February 2019 that the astronauts felt conditions were appropriate to engage in full trance-channeling sessions. These were held at a private home in the heart of Silicon Valley, where they were witnessed and recorded by an FMBR team. At the insistence of the Columbia crew we are presenting these live recordings in lieu of transcripts, as they convey the energy and nuances of these communications more directly and faithfully. You can listen to these sessions by clicking on link 1, below. (Columbia Recordings.). Apart from excluding some unrelated and personal material, these recordings are unedited.
The astronauts on the Columbia shuttle were: Rick Husband, Commander; William McCool, Pilot; Michael Anderson, Payload Commander; David Brown, Mission Specialist 1; Kalpana Chawla, Mission Specialist 2; Laurel Clark, Missions Specialist 3; and Ilan Ramon, Payload Specialist 1.---------------------------------------------------------
1. In these recordings you will hear Columbia’s crew members explain why they wanted to come through Regina Ochoa and Jeanne Love and to have this material presented at this time. You will also hear and feel, from each astronaut, how they experienced each event during the fiery demise of the Columbia, their transition to the other side, and most remarkably how they were “helped across” by the Challenger astronauts. You will also hear about their experiences in the nonphysical realms and with other entities they have encountered there.
You will also hear messages from physicist Richard Feynman, astronauts Sally Ride (who died of cancer in 2012), Gus Grissom (who perished in the Apollo 1 launchpad disaster in 1967), Christa McAuliffe (schoolteacher/Challenger astronaut), Greg Jarvis (Challenger payload specialist), and Ellison Onizuka (Challenger mission Specialist) who provided additional details about the Challenger disaster.
2. Regina Ochoa kept a journal of her remarkable experiences in the days leading up to, and during, the channeling sessions. Her journal, linked below, [or via a link to be displayed on this or another page, to be indicated] provides an important inside view of this story.
3. Prior to the Columbia Channeling sessions, Jeanne Love had channeled Bob Shacklett (late FMBR physicist), who instructed Regina and Jeanne that the Columbia crew were to be channeled. Neither the mediums nor the FMBR team knew the purpose of the requested channeling by the Columbia astronauts before the sessions occurred.
In February, 2019 Jerry Gin, Chairman of FMBR had a very interesting channeling experience.