posted on Aug, 17 2015 @ 08:58 PM
a reply to: FormOfTheLord
Yes, to be taken as a hoax with no credible source. But that does not need to be the end of the story. It merely heads off into another direction.
Remote Viewing has been and is being used to do much the same thing except the "time travel" side of it never gets the RVer out of the armchair. My
understanding that this a very secret business and I suppose there are legions of swindlers with their toe in it to gain money from the gullible.
That said the two researchers responsible for unearthing and proving remote viewing for the satisfaction of the CIA and the US Army developed the
"vehicle" of remote viewing to provide a way to view both the past and the present to some degree. Dr. Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ went separate
ways after their remote viewing work, Puthoff is well know for various unusual types of jobs and views over the years. Targ started a remote
reviewing business, as has some former RVing recruits in the initial and later programs. Targ's later business was more or less in line with the
fellow in this bogus story. The goal was to make RV-enabled bets on near-future stock prices. I have no idea if any of these guys got rich, and
they would be the last to give evidence of success, but if they are still active in the effort.... Undoubtedly, such practices would be banned much
in the same way as card counters, labeled as cheats in casinos, are banned.
That brings up an interesting question, would it be legally fair and right to outlaw the exercising of a natural psi talent? Wouldn't that more or
less be a burning of the witches?