Anyone who wants to help develop articles are welcome to participate as an editor. Ideally, editors have experience in the study of frontier subjects, especially those related to transcommunication including ITC, mediumship, hauntings investigation, energy healing and psi functioning. The experience need not be extensive, but the willingness to take the time to become familiar with an article's subject is essential.
The whole idea is to help the community evolve, and for that, people are needed who are already making an effort to help. People who are something of an activist by nature, and who trust their judgment, make good editors. It is important that an editor is willing to discuss ideas without "owning" one viewpoint or another. This kind of forum is all about finding a workable consensus which is supported by evidence and sound logic.
How You Can Help
For this to work, it is important that people volunteering to help develop articles in this forum are willing to begin articles--both practices and guides--and that other editors will pitch in to help make the articles useful for a broad base of readers.
Who Can Participate
The Collective is not an effort to create a new organization or in any way centralize authority. The ATransC is a neutral, nonprofit organization with a long history of community support. While editors are expected to be ATransC members, people who are active members of another organization in the community may be given reciprocal access. Membership in a frontier subject organization and/or active involvement in the community helps to assure the participant has more than a passing interest. ATransC members receive a quarterly NewsJournal and have access to the Idea Exchange discussion board. And of course, annual dues beyond the cost of operating the nonprofit organization and public outreach supports research.
You can indicate your interest in becoming an editor by using the Contact
tool at the bottom of each page of the ATransC website