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Originally posted by The Killah29There are real psychics out there
(p.s. you don't have to be born one or to be the 7th son of the 7th son. I'm training to become one.)
Originally posted by DohBama
where are these 'real psychics'?
are they available for scientific examination?
will you be available to submit to observation and documentation after you have developed these 'powers'?
Originally posted by The Killah29The real psychics are Uri Geller, Nina Kalugina and Edgar Cayce.
I would be available, but I won't like to be experimeted on and then have them sealed away. Check here for my abilities: The Killah29's Progress Journal
People can come here if they wan't to learn too. Here
[edit on 18-5-2009 by The Killah29]
Originally posted by franspeakfree
I simply have to ask why?
Why on earth post on this thread with complete and utter disregard for the member above. If you don't believe in psychic phenomena then thats fine, everyone has a choice. However, your words are extremely negative to this thread and to others you have completely no right whatsoever to impose those questions especially not here especially as it has absolutely no reference whatsoever with the thread?
What is with people that think they can come on to any thread and start the 'show me proof game' please I ask with compassion please go and find another thread to impose your negative beliefs on.
I will not take part in any other discussion about this only what the OP has asked for,
Originally posted by mystiq
All I can say is that there are non-terrans, either fully ets, or hybrids, living here, probably many different locations and countries. They're very telepathic and if get involved you'll find yourself monitored.
One thing that would up your odds of experiencing an unusual moment (though I really want to emphasize the right attitude and intention is needed), would be to go to a very public place frequently, meditate a bit, or just mentally ask for contact or a sign from an et thats here, or close by.
Many skeptical individuals and organizations, such as the James Randi Educational Foundation and the Italian Committee for the Investigation of Claims on the Paranormal (CICAP) express strong skepticism regarding the truth of these claims. It is noted that the long preparation times and uncontrolled environments (such as hotel rooms) in which the experiments took place left much potential for trickery. Skeptics have argued that many of Kulagina's feats could easily be performed by one practiced in sleight of hand, through means such as cleverly concealed or disguised threads, small pieces of magnetic metal, or mirrors. They further point to the fact that no sleight of hand experts appear to have ever been present during experiments, and that the Cold War-era Soviet Union had an obvious motive for falsifying or exaggerating results in the potential propaganda value in appearing to win a "Psi Race" analogous to the concurrent Space Race or arms race.
Originally posted by mystiq
It was used. The projects made a lot of information available. Read Joseph McMoneagle, his information was put to use. He carries quite a few distinctions in his career.
Proponents of Project Stargate say that the US government's investment in the project proves that it had merit.
Critics point out that the funding was stopped, and say that if merit had been found, funding would have at least been continued, if not dramatically increased.
We can be reasonably assured that the project did not move underground with renewed funding, since the participants have all long since gone public with full disclosure of what happened.
Since none of them have turned up mysteriously disappeared, we can safely assume that the government is not too concerned about this supposedly "classified" information.
Originally posted by The Killah29
The real psychics are Uri Geller, Nina Kalugina and Edgar Cayce.
In common with most of the divinely inspired mystics, Cayce also dabbled in prophecy. In 1934 he declared that Poseidia (which he said was a portion of Atlantis) would be the first part of that fabled continent to rise again from the Atlantic. “Expect it in 1968 or 1969,” he told his fans. Poseidia, his imaginary creation, did not rise, nor have any of his other prophecies been fulfilled.
But there is always hope. In his 1934 predictions, he declared in an “update on earth changes”:
The earth will be broken up in the western portion of America. The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in the twinkling of an eye. Land will appear off the east coast of America. There will be the upheavals in the Arctic and in the Antarctic that will make for the eruption of volcanoes in the Torrid areas, and there will be the shifting then of the poles——so that where there have been those of a frigid or semi-tropical [sic] will become the more tropical, and moss and fern will grow. And these will begin in those periods in '58 to '98.
As of this date, those events have failed to occur. How could that be?
page xiv-xv That the Cognitive Science Laboratory at SRI-International put Remote Viewing on the map cannot be disputed. CSL recieved a considerable amount of funding, carried out and supported extensive experimentation, and PROVIDED SUPPORT TO INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS FROM 1972 through 1995. If this had not occurred, then no Project STARGATE would have existed, and remote-viewing history would have been very short lived indeed....
...the money spent on the experimentation during the 23-year period was not all spent there. It was shared through numerous sub-contracts with many other labs, enabling a great deal of research into the paranormal to be accomplished in areas sometimes only peripherally related to remote vieiwing...
Originally posted by mystiq
Again, this isn't a information to argue back and forth with a skeptic. I am somewhat psi, so its the kind of info that helps me understand and make sense of the lifelong experiences. To anyone less inclined, talking about it is useless. Thankfully, there are many others very interested.