posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 04:17 PM
I've recently received a few requests to describe (again) how my technique of clairvoyance differs from the much-publicized "Remote Viewing"...
One of the reasons Remote Viewing is not well understood by the general public is because the "experts" on the subject are still MAKING MONEY off of
keeping it a secret. I mean, THEY pretty much invented it, and they're still busy selling books and DVDs and CDs describing the technique.
In a nutshell, Remote Viewing is a method of controlled clairvoyance.
In conventional clairvoyance (literally, "clear vision"), an individual catches mental glimpses of places, people and events at extraordinary
distances across space and time. The "psychic investigators," for example, who sometimes assist the police in missing persons cases, are actually
clairvoyants. They are SEEING across time and space to actual events.
The problem with conventional clairvoyance is that the individual picks up extraneous images, images that have nothing to do, really, with their
intended objective. For every "clear vision" they have of a missing child, for instance, they might see a hundred unrelated images. This accounts
for the hit-or-miss results that clairvoyants often experience.
In Remote Viewing, the clairvoyance technique is refined and includes TWO individuals — one who actually does the clairvoyant viewing, and an
assistant who reads off a "list" of prepared cues. This helps the clairvoyant remain ON TRACK as he (or she) sorts through the hundreds of mental
images coming through.
For example, in a typical Remote Viewing session, the assistant will start off by reading aloud a set of geographical coordinates. No clue is
provided as to the subject of the search, as this might bias the search results. The clairvoyant, using only a set of geographical coordinates, will
begin "searching" the mental images that start coming through.
When a mental image of interest comes through, the assistant will read off ANOTHER cue, such as "male" or "female" or "animal" or "weapons" or
whatever, and the clairvoyant will then start searching the FIRST mental image for the subsequent requested details. And so forth. One cue after
another, more and more refined clairvoyant results.
What the RV people consistently tell us is that ANYONE can do this, but that ONLY TWO PEOPLE can accomplish Remote Viewing, working together. Beyond
that, they tell us that YOU MUST BE TRAINED by an expert Remote Viewer before you can make it work — and THEN they start the sales pitch, trying to
get you to purchase their books and videos.
I, for one, don't believe that ONLY TWO PEOPLE and several hundred dollars in training material are REQUIRED to make Remote Viewing work. My
mother's side of the family has a long history of clairvoyance — extremely accurate clairvoyance — and they never used RV techniques.
So, several years ago, I decided to attempt MY OWN Remote Viewing technique, using only one person — MYSELF — but working from two different
points in Time. Stay with me on this.
I first ASSUME that I am going to live at least another 10 years or so. Given this assumption, I then attempt to REACH MYSELF at a future date —
this seems to me to be the easiest telepathic link I could possibly make, a link to MYSELF.
Once I believe a link has been established to MYSELF in the future, I simply start searching for MEMORIES or images and events that I HAVE ALREADY
SEEN in the future.
With practice, I can promise you you'll start to SEE and HEAR some pretty astounding things, some amazingly vivid and detailed results. That's
exactly how I retrieved that "map of 2010" many years ago, and I've been waiting, with a great deal of anticipation, for this year to arrive —
and, when the details of the map start to materialize (as I believe they are already materializing), I think I'll have more than enough proof that
this method of clairvoyance is 100% the REAL DEAL.
That's why I posted this thread a year in advance.
— Doc Velocity