Rinaldi, the new film that claims to prove the existence of the afterlife, is trending on Kickstarter

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Rinaldi, the new film that claims to prove the existence of the afterlife, is trending on Kickstarter

September 09
23:36 2019

Rinaldi is an upcoming film based on the works of Sonia Rinaldi, who is known for her experiments for connecting the living with the dead. Sonia helps people reunite with their deceased loved ones, not only through voices but sometimes via highly detailed images. Her aim is to provide comfort and solace to the grieving individuals with an assurance that afterlife exists. To make her experiments and knowledge a mainstream phenomenon, Robert Lyon, an award-winning director has decided to make a movie on her work, titled “Rinaldi”. He has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for producing the movie.

The Kickstarter campaign for Rinaldi has received a great response so far, raising over $10,000 USD of $25,000 goal. The amount raised will cover the cost of production of the film and also help Sonia to buy further equipment for her work related to afterlife communication.

“I first heard of Sonia Rinaldi almost 20 years ago. In her laboratory in Brazil, Sonia was making “phone calls” to the deceased. Grieving parents would call her and she would have her ear on one receiver and let those in the afterlife use the other receiver. In the background, she would play audios containing sounds of broken up human voices. Parents were encouraged to talk with their children and Sonia recorded their voices into her computer. When replaying the recording, their children’s voices would be heard in conversation with the parents!”, says Sandra Champlain, author of the #1 Best Selling Book “We Don’t Die – A Skeptic’s Discovery of the Life After Death”.

Brazilian researcher, Sonia Rinaldi, M.S. doesn’t charge anything for her work. She helps people connect with their deceased loved ones in the afterlife by recording their voices. The tangible records of the voices and images of people now living in the afterlife provide compelling evidence that life continues after the body dies. She hopes that someday this method of communication will be used worldwide, to improve humanity. Her methods will change the way people look at death, and their attitude towards themselves and others. All her encounters, more information about her work and testimonials from different people who took her help are documented in this movie.

Rinaldi is being produced by “We Don’t Die Films” and the crew will travel to Brazil to cover Sonia’s process and capture on film in real-time. This cutting edge research using video projectors, cameras, light, and other materials will be documented in the film as well as Sonia’s history of how she developed this unique passion. In the coming year, Sonia will be testing new devices and methods making communications even more vivid.

More information about Sonia Rinaldi and her upcoming film can be found on her Kickstarter campaign page.

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