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A Remote View Map of the Future?

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posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:28 AM
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Couple of years ago, I was employing a kind of home-brew remote viewing technique — one that has startled even me with its prophetic accuracy on more than one occasion — and in the course of the viewing I was "shown" the following map when I inquired about the year 2010:



As soon as I ended the viewing, I graphically rendered the map while it was fresh in my mind. I have only limited explanation of the peculiar "zones" that you see depicted. However, I did hear sounds (as in news broadcasts) associated with some of the areas.

The red zones appearing in the western Indian Ocean are nuclear detonations. They are Chinese in origin. These strikes are described as "a mistake," but they severely cripple a large flotilla of some sort. A flotilla of what precisely, I don't know, but the U.S. and Russian navies suffer terrible losses, or so I hear.

When the specter of big-money piracy on the high seas reared its head late last year (2008), my ears really perked up. Especially when I heard that China and Russia were going to join in patrolling that specific area of the Indian Ocean against pirates. Looks like the map is showing some sort of tragedy related to several large navies rubbing shoulders in the area.

Keep an eye on it.

Now, the large green and black zones over Western Europe, The UK, and North Africa are real puzzlers. Whatever they are — plague, bioweaponry, nuclear terrorism, deep impact, who knows what — there is a fragment of a news broadcast associated with those zones: "Over two hundred and fifty thousand dead in the water"...

I have no idea what this means. Two hundred and fifty thousand what are dead in the water? I'm assuming the newscast refers to people, but I suppose it could mean a vast number of ocean-going vessels that are "dead in the water," as in escape or rescue vessels.

In any event, I get the impression that the green area is a bio-hazard zone of some kind, while the black area is a definite "dead zone" — yes, they are related. But is it a map of terrorism in Western Europe? Or could it be a natural catastrophic event?

Again, I do not know. I've posted this map elsewhere on the Internet over the last couple of years, and never really received any feedback on it, even from professed "seers" and "remote viewers"... Perhaps because it is too precise.

I mean, when I first rendered this map, I had no idea of the sequence of events that would draw the Chinese, Russian and American navies together in the western Indian Ocean. I had no idea that they would crowd in there on pirate patrol, of all things! But when the pirate situation cropped up, I immediately thought of the map.

So, here I am posting The Map again for the perusal and consideration of any remote viewers or seers out there. Keep in mind, this is a map of 2010. I would appreciate it if some of you guys could turn your high-level scrutiny on these locations in time and see what you get.

— Doc Velocity




posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:37 AM
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Is it me or you forgot the link to the map?
I don't see anything at all!


If everyone else can see it then it is probably me, or my connection or something. Hmm!



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:40 AM
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Sounds like you only heard fragments...

You should try adjusting your antenna next time, or upgrading to the new digital receivers.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 04:08 PM
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Well, that's exactly the sort of non-response I've come to expect over the last 2 years. Either no reply at all, or some sort of wisecrack. Still, I'll leave the map posted here in hopes that remote viewers or other seers will give it more serious consideration. If nothing else, the map will be time-stamped and I'll be able to update this thread as portions of it are confirmed over the next 2 years.

— Doc Velocity



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 05:23 PM
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Interesting that bit that you heard about "over 250,000 dead in the water". There are many predictions about parts of North West Europe, and particularly England, sinking beneath the waves or suffering terrible flooding.

For example..


England--huge floods--but no tidal waves. Water, water everywhere, but no one was going into the sea. People were frightened and crying. Some places they fell to the streets on their knees and started to pray for the world. I didn't know the English were emotional. Ireland, Scotland--all kinds of churches were crowded--it seemed night and day.


www.angelfire.com...

IIRC, one of the quatrains of Nostradamus talks about 'the island of St George half-sunk'. There are lots more.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 06:38 PM
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What about Wales?

Everyone always misses us out of conversations, like the little, irrelevant place they think we are.
Don't forget, lots of stories of people flocking to our great land after 'the' flood. We had most of the druids here at one time, they were driven back and into the island of Anglesey where they were exterminated /eradicated along with their knowledge. I wonder what knowledge went with them?

Funny though, I used to have quite a few dreams of overflowing rivers.
Then, gradually more and more places started getting floods around the UK and Ireland.
Maybe the 250,000 only means people affected and displaced - dead in the water is possible with something fast and powerful, perhaps on the coast or a 'trapped' city



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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In regards to the flooding on the northern tip of africa and western europe I would assume it be related to the sudden collapse of the canary island.

www.cdnn.info...


The eruption of a volcano on the canary islands could trigger a massive mega-tsunami that would devastate the Atlantic Coastline with waves as high as 330ft.


Supposedly a large chunk of the Canary Isalnds is very unstable and it wont take much to make it drop into the ocean. Such a large amount of land dropping into the ocean would devastate the entire East CFoast of the US, Africa and western europe.

It says the western sahara would bear the brunt of the waves.


The enrgy released by the collapse would be equal to the Entire US energy consumption in 6 months.

Immediately after the landslide, a dome of water 900 metres high (3,000feet) and tens of miles wide would form only to collapse and rebound.


I dont think it would take much to destabilise it. A tactical nuke in this location could trigger a result far worse than 1 nuke could. And theres no way to stop it once it starts.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 06:56 PM
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I'm kinda curious about the way the great lakes look like one big lake in the picture. Over 250,000 dead in the water could be many ships if this was an EMP also. The distance off the coasts I also wonder about as far as distance. The spacing of these alleged strikes seems far apart also. I might guess stolen missiles or North Korea. There are also nuclear subs that might be related. I don't have any remote viewing information with this though. I do wonder what three EMPs in this spread would do to these vessels.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 07:24 PM
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Originally posted by Doc Velocity
Couple of years ago, I was employing a kind of home-brew remote viewing technique — one that has startled even me with its prophetic accuracy on more than one occasion — and in the course of the viewing I was "shown" the following map when I inquired about the year 2010:


Could you give an example or two of your past confirmed hits?




As soon as I ended the viewing, I graphically rendered the map while it was fresh in my mind. I have only limited explanation of the peculiar "zones" that you see depicted. However, I did hear sounds (as in news broadcasts) associated with some of the areas.


I understand the news broadcasts, but what sounds did you hear?


When the specter of big-money piracy on the high seas reared its head late last year (2008), my ears really perked up. Especially when I heard that China and Russia were going to join in patrolling that specific area of the Indian Ocean against pirates. Looks like the map is showing some sort of tragedy related to several large navies rubbing shoulders in the area.


Why did you not post this when the pirate situation first sprang up?

Keep us informed, this is interesting and just may give Major Doom a run for his money! (Love Dr. Doom)



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 08:43 PM
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Interesting
The green area is the tip of North Africa Morocco and Algeria Sahara that is firstly, close to the canary island as mentioned, though if the proposed by Dr Simon Day (which has been shown by other scientist to be energy bigger than would be the case 1/2 debunked), would be affected massively.

It is also the area where the recent plague victims and Al Qaeda (well fundamental Islam) infections happened. It would also probably be the crossing point or battle between the Nostrodamus "1 Million Man Army" that is Islamic and meant to invade Europe from, coming from the middle east north Africa, rising from Sub Saharan Africa and crossing to southern Portugal by Gibralter and also across to Italy to take Rome as there first target. (Nostodamus in the 21st Century -Leinmesister).

In addition the prophecy of massive flooding in Briton is ancient, and even in Merlin's prophecy the river Severn ( the largest estuary in the world, and the worlds second largest tidle rise and fall daily in the world) is meant to run with blood.



In the twinkling of an eye the seas shall rise up, and the arena of the winds shall be opened once again. The winds shall do battle together with a blast of ill-omen, making their din reverberate from one constellation to another.


Geoffrey's of Monmouth's "Merlin's predictions," so source not 100& but definitely drawn from ancient welsh/local (monmouth welsh border) probably pre 1200 folklore.


The Severn Sea shall flow forth through seven mouths, and the River Usk shall be boiling hot for seven months.

Its fish will die because of the heat, and from them serpents will be born. The baths shall grow cold at Bath, and its health-giving waters shall breed death.

London shall mourn the death of twenty thousand, and the Thames will be turned into blood. Monks in their cowls shall be forced into marriage, and their lamentation will be heard on the mountain peaks of the Alps.



Now in addition to that as mentioned the Severn estuary is a very very unique estuary, it has many major cities on its shores, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea to name but a few. The only place in the world with a higher rise and fall in the tide daily is a cove in Canada, which is sparsely populated.

Often on full moans and always at spring high tide people come to surf the "Bores". there is a absolutely massive amount of water that goes up and down this estuary every day. Plans are to dam it as such and it would provide maybe 10% of the entire electricity for the UK!

That's enough electricity for around 7 million people!

Hope that gives you an idea of the amount of water that is moving up and down here between low and high tide.

ANY change in poles, or big local seismic event, Tsunami going up this already engorged at high tide area would make the boxing day tsunami look like a boating accident. certainly around 300,000 people would die in Cardiff alone as previous floods here have shown the weakness of the area.

You would probably be looking at a death toll of around close to 1 million people or more.

There is also a Nuclear Reactor around 200 feet away from it!!.

Now this may seem far fetched but no not at all. It has happened before:

A small earthquake off the coast of southern Ireland by the continental shelf dislodged a rock fall into the depths below, the resulting tsunami wiped out areas then that are cities now, and would be devastated!



A tsunami in the Bristol Channel could have caused the deaths of up to 2,000 people in one of Britain's greatest natural disasters, experts have said.

For centuries, it has been thought that the great flood of January 1607 was caused by high tides and severe storms.

It is estimated 200 square miles (520 sq km) of land in south Wales and south west England were covered by water.

BBC

and



The flood of 1607 has been described by experts as the worst natural disaster to hit Britain. Eyewitness accounts of the disaster told of "huge and mighty hills of water" advancing at a speed "faster than a greyhound can run".

Professor Haslett carried out extensive research into the cause of the flood alongside Australian geologist and tsunami expert Ted Bryant from the University of Wollongong in 2003.

BBC 2


Really knowing the area very well on both sides of the Severn I really am not overstating the death that would ensue, if walls of water 4m to 6m high came up here on a high tide, all of the cities are docked, and have Marinas huge amounts houses facing the sea, really I think as said it would be about 1 million lives in total, never mind a meltdown at the nuclear power station!

So Op hopefully not because it would be as well maybe you saw the past or a possible and not unlikely event in the future.

Pole shift, big earthquake, really anything affecting the Atlantic whilst the Severn is at high tide would do this again, even as far away as the US, Southern Africa, canary islands....

Praying not star from me.

interesting Op

Elf

[edit on 27-1-2009 by MischeviousElf]



posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 01:24 AM
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Originally posted by antar
Could you give an example or two of your past confirmed hits?

Well, I admit started employing this technique a few years ago in repeated attempts to win the lottery; and, yes, it worked. Skeptics still probably wouldn't accept my lottery wins as "confirmed hits," inasmuch as I never publicly announced my number selections in advance. But, then, why would I do that, anyway?

I use remote viewing for my own private reasons, not to predict earthquakes in earthquake-prone areas nor tsunamis along coastlines — anyone can do that. Suffice to say I've seen enough personal success with my technique to know that it works.



Originally posted by antar
I understand the news broadcasts, but what sounds did you hear?

Now that's a good question. Interestingly enough, while viewing The Map, I couldn't hear anything except a steady, high-pitched tone, like ringing of the ears. When I focused on the colored zones you see on the map, this high-pitched tone would waver and warble a bit, then I'd hear a jumble of voices (in many languages) and other noises, as you might hear when spinning a radio dial. Occasionally, I could understand whole sentences, as long as they were in English.



Originally posted by antar
Why did you not post this when the pirate situation first sprang up?

Frankly, I didn't make an immediate association of my map with the pirate situation off the east coast of Africa, which initially made international headlines back in November of 2008. It wasn't until I read the following story, published the first week of January, that the pieces fell together for me — particularly the part about a growing coalition of international military patrols in that region of the world.

China Begins Anti-Pirate Patrol (CNN Asia)

So, I didn't put two-and-two together until earlier this month. And I didn't think about posting it on ATS until a couple of days ago. It occurred to me that time-stamping the map on ATS could be a good move for future confirmed hits.

— Doc Velocity



posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 07:12 AM
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I live by the estuary.
It just feels like being by the sea. Tide comes in and out - only further up river would one appreciate the full scope and force and interplay between water from the ocean and the water trying to flow out.

There was a flood in 1607. There are written accounts of the innundation.
Now there is a flood bank (bit like a levvy I suppose) a small a picture of part of the bank >> www.britishwalks.org... (It's Approx 1.6m high I think). It's disputed whether it was a tsunami or just a plain innundation. Both would be grim!

So with the floods we have had in recent years, I guess it comes down to where the rain falls heavily, combined with tides like on a harvest moon.


But... I get the feeling there is much more going on with these prophecies.
Take the Cayce stuff, "major upheavals" could mean all sorts of global issues. I sense that there is the possibilty of major plate disruption and even disfigurement.

Could this result in whole or part of countries like UK going under? Well given what we know about plate tectonics, of course it could. If much of the USA western seaboard can change, just look at the size of UK compare. The whole land could go under.

We know that we have gone through quite severe changes in the more recent past - Holland was connected to the east of UK. Ireland possibly much closer or even connected to Wales - all this disregarding the Mu and Lemuria periods of history.

Has anyone seen any maps, or have links to maps by people like cayce or Gordon Scallion?



posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 04:10 PM
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Originally posted by matsplat
We know that we have gone through quite severe changes in the more recent past - Holland was connected to the east of UK. Ireland possibly much closer or even connected to Wales - all this disregarding the Mu and Lemuria periods of history.



This is true.

You will know the Mabinogion. I have the translation by Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones. In the story of Branwen daughter of LLyr it says the following:


Bendigeidfran and the host of which we spoke sailed towards Ireland, and in those days the deep water was not wide. He went by wading. There were but two rivers, the Lli and the Archan they were called, but thereafter the deep water grew wider when the deep overflowed the kingdoms...


I happen to think that that snippet is really a preserved memory of when the sea level was much lower than now.


There are links to Edgar Cayce and Gordon Michael Scallion and lots of others here if you scroll down the page:

www.near-death.com...

Okay, we have this which talks about the Indian Ocean and parts of North Africa..


Cayce foresaw the possibility of a third world war. He spoke of strife arising near the Davis Straits, and in Libya, and in Egypt, in Ankara, and in Syria; through the straits around those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf


www.near-death.com...





[edit on 28-1-2009 by skjalddis]

[edit on 28-1-2009 by skjalddis]



posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by matsplat
Its like living on the Sea


Hey so I am sure you can imagine my point then if a 4 to 6 metre wave came up the severn in modern times, does not even bear thinking about eh?


Originally posted by skjalddis
This is true.
You will know the Mabinogion.


Didn't think of that part of the book, in relation to this, nice one, as well for you:

Hey I hope you find the following very interesting here my friend: Elf on Mobidigion ATS

Kind Regards,

Elf



posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 12:24 PM
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My hat is off to you sir. You were able to communicate the incredible without sounding insane. But who knows what this map is? it may be from the past or the future. With our past being the big mystery that it is its hard to tell when people are remembering or predicting. Not that one is more valid that the other but it is a phenomena that can be observed and needs to be looked into more.
check this out.
www.ceveni.com...



posted on Feb, 9 2009 @ 03:40 AM
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Thank you, Doc Velocity, for your interesting post. I'd like to share a prophecy by an Irish saint, St. Columbcille, born 522 AD, who predicted that following centuries of foreign invasion and strife, and then a brief period of prosperity (which we've seen as the 'Celtic Tiger' phenomenon, now finished), Ireland would be drowned beneath the waves. This prophecy certainly seems to back up what you saw in your remote viewing session:

… “seven years before the last day, the sea shall submerge Eirin by one inundation.”

Kind regards from Linnie O



posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 04:19 PM
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I've received several u2u inquiries about my particular brand of remote viewing, so I thought I'd tell a little bit about it here. I assume you all know how remote viewing works, or at least how it's purported to work — normally it's a two-person exercise. My method is similar in that respect, except that I play the role of both parties. Allow me to backtrack at this point...

As a child, I was constantly having visions of future events, and I remember them all to this day. A great many of these events have unfolded exactly as I saw them while some have yet to transpire. But I recall a very profound moment in my childhood when I was no longer a mere “recipient” of future visions — It was the day I chose to make contact with my future self.

One of my 2nd grade teachers, a very charming lady named Mrs. Spears, would often engage our class in thought experiments about the future. “What do you think the year 2000 will be like,” and questions such as that. Of course, there was all sorts of kiddie conjecture about flying cars and ray guns and robots and spaceships, but I was having my own thoughts.

One day as I contemplated the future in Mrs. Spears’ class, I calculated my age to the year 2000 and determined that I would be exactly 40 years old at the turn of the century. And then an odd little thought occurred to me… If I do actually live to the year 2000, would I have a very real physical link to the future, a link that extended from 1967 all the way to 2000? If so, why not make use of that link to gather information on the future?

Keep in mind, I was only 7 years old at the time.

So, with no little sense of urgency, I started sending mental messages to myself, requesting… well… anything that had to do with the future. I don’t know what I expected in return, but there was definite feedback, although it’s only obvious in retrospect.

After initiating this thought experiment, I remember that I became fascinated with the Empire State Building and the possibility of a plane crashing into it. I knew that a B25 bomber had, in fact, crashed into the ESB back in 1945 (I was a child history buff), but my obsession with planes crashing into buildings went beyond the norm. At the age of 7 years, I was drawing pictures of passenger jets slamming into skyscrapers. My parents and teachers were perplexed. Hey, I had asked, and I was receiving visions of the future.

As the years passed, there came many, many more visions — not grand, omniscient visions of war and devastation and all that malarky, but very personal future visions through my own eyes, which were (and still are) very puzzling. That’s the trouble with viewing the future: You’re looking for recognizable landmarks, patterns, anything that will help you make sense of what you’re seeing. Alas, sometimes there’s nothing in the future to which you can relate. Sometimes there’s no context, so a vision may seem impossibly silly. But there it is.

So. Here I am in 2009 now, and I’m looking around my office at the astonishing collection of childhood stuff I have accumulated in just the last 9 years. Sure enough, in the year 2000, when I turned 40 years old, I felt contact with that little 7-year-old kid that I was back in 1967, which prompted me to collect an array of 1960s toys, comic books and ephemera that perfectly reflected my 1960s childhood. The communications to 1967 were open: I continually sent back visions of the future to myself as a child, and I received these vivid visions of the past as perceived by a child.

This wasn’t about middle-age-craziness (hell, I’d have to slow down to be middle-aged crazy). This was a very real contact between my Self-in-1967 and my Self-in-2000. It was an open channel back and forth across time. I can see now that my childhood was inundated with extremely accurate visions of the future, but I didn’t know what to do with the information at the time.

So, through my teens and young adulthood, I committed the information I received to artwork, to writing, to a number of projects which caught the attention of my parents and my teachers and employers. And they said, “Wow, this kid is out there, he’s on the edge.” Meaning that they thought I was a bit touched in the head, no doubt.

But I’m going biographical here, when I wanted to make a point about the future touching the past and changing it dramatically.

That little 7-year-old kid back in 1967 opened up a two-way temporal portal by sheer force of will, I suppose, a portal that not only allowed me to populate my childhood with visions of the future, but that has populated my present with many amazing artifacts of the past. My past.

But the natural question, I know, is “Have you contacted still other points of your own awareness across the space/time continuum?” And the answer is yes. This started happening several years ago, and it naturally led to my exploring the future, albeit in a very cautious manner. Of course, my remote viewing of the future is always limited to what I, myself, have seen.

Rather handy for picking lottery numbers — but, no, I don't give away winning lottery numbers, so don't bother asking.

In any event, I think this is all part of what the Quantum and String theorists call "non-local simultaneity," or something like that — as when a particle on this side of the universe somehow instantaneously influences an identical particle on the other side of the universe, across stretches of space and time that, frankly, we will never grasp in the lifetime of our species.

— Doc Velocity

[edit on 2/20/2009 by Doc Velocity]



posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 05:06 PM
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Thank you for the map. Can I add that "Dead in the water" can also be used as a description for a lost cause, people who are unsaveable. Maybe the 250,000 dead in the water are actually holed up in the UK, not under water, but contaminated, pandemic???


Respects



posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 07:40 PM
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Very Interesting. Not convinced but.........Interested! Anyone can say:

"As A child I predicted 9-11 (Which strangely Looks Like 911, Which is a different # in other country's; Such as 999 in Europe)"

So anymore proof? I am very enthralled! Please explain more.


Thanks

- Ddubo



posted on Feb, 22 2009 @ 03:45 AM
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Originally posted by Ddubo
Very Interesting. Not convinced but.........Interested! Anyone can say:
"As A child I predicted 9-11 (Which strangely Looks Like 911, Which is a different # in other country's; Such as 999 in Europe)"
So anymore proof? I am very enthralled! Please explain more.

Thanks
- Ddubo


Funny. But, yes, I know anybody can say anything. I mentioned planes crashing into skyscrapers in passing. I never said I predicted 911, because I didn't. I had a premonition as a child, I drew a lot of pictures of it (and they were good pictures for a 7-year-old kid, too, not like the chicken-scratch crap that most kids churn out with crayolas). So that was real and my parents and teachers were puzzled, but I didn't see it as a prediction at the time. It was just a fascination that occurred to me in 1967, but I'm pretty sure it had been funneled back to me from my adult self in 2001.

Hey, I don't know how it works, but it works.

...and the real purpose of this thread is to substantiate The Map.

— Doc Velocity

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