Regardless of the written history and claims of multiple remote viewers etc. There's still the likelyhood it could be false or misleading
Trusting any souce to be 100% accurate is a mistake. I don't believe people are as psychic as some may claim. The information would seem to be as if
chosen to a specific indivudual and to the extent that it's allowed. They apparently don't have free acess.
The other thing I've noticed myself, is that many things I had seen or read were also in some way collectively shown to me. Unfortunately, much of it
seems to have been altered or staged. Some in particular was supposedly remote viewing Christ or the alleged stories of.
Even a legend or myth might be potrayed as an example as if that's what you want to see, regardless of the real truth. They apparently embellish
your thoughts and beliefs as if to satisfy and send you on your way like some bedtime story.
Just because an alleged psychic foretells certain information, doesn't necessarily make it so just because some device sends us data back as if to
confirm it. You might just be confirming a false positive.
There's always room for deception and error.
My take on remote viewing is that it still can't be trusted completely.
Edgar Cayce was a medium or mouthpiece. I don't see remote vewing as much more than that either. Our television media and news stories aren't always
accurate either. There's many ways we could still be wrong in our interpretations through remote viewing news media etc. That's one reason they
claim to have protocols, multiple RV and blind targets. That still doesn't make it a hit until after the fact.
Than there's the strong possibility of altered or manipluated timelines.
Zorgon on Stargate name:
According to the transcripts from a C2C show, Stargate was not the projects name in the beginning either.
PAUL STAR GATE actually -- the program actually started out in '78 as a, its name then was Gondola Wish. The military has a way of picking code names
where they just kind of randomly select two names and put them together, and that's the way the program was named for the first while. GONDOLA WISH
and then it turned to CENTER LANE in the early 80's --
JOE No, it was GRILL FLAME next, Paul.
Quote from Paul Smith
PAUL We don't know how STAR GATE came about. That happened probably '93 after all of us were gone.
PAUL Actually there was a -- this is Paul again -- a science fiction novel written by Andre Norton oh, probably 30 years ago maybe, called StarGate,
that had to do with a device that you could walk through and it put you on another planet [ART: That's right.] and I suspect they may have got the
name from there.
Apparently due to the level of classified information, we might not ever know the whole truth of these programs or these people.
This statement claims why it was discontinued due to limited proof.
JOE Well, they, essentially they reviewed the last year only. They were directed to review the entire 20 years, which was an impossibility in the
three month period that they were given to do the review. [ART: Ah...] Secondary to that, the people actually doing the review did not have the
appropriate clearances for accessing the grand numbers of files, probably 90-95% of the project was never reviewed, they were never allowed access to
it. Also, there was some very specific marching orders given to the scientists initially on what they would review. So, it was a stacked deck. It was
a bogus report. [undecipherable word]
I'd swear I've recalled having met many of these people at my house when I was still a kid. And yet I now have my doubts it happened as I thought it
had. Maybe I was actually experiencing a future remote viewer at this same house.
Would someone with false and or implanted memories pass a polygraph? I think so.
I recall Ingo Swann had said in one of his interviews that he doesn't regard himself as a psychic. I think the term is used too loosely. 100%
accuracy to me is only based on disclosed or scripted information.
Joe McMoneagle has been said to be only 50% accurate. Why is that? Classified information? Disinformation?
All seers are not all sayers.
I'd still like to read his book just for the sake of the possibility I myself remote veiwed what he wrote and I read just recently.
He would just be another server or source conduit others share, rather than mutiples remote viewing the same place.
In actuallity, he may have remote viewed someone elses experience as a remote veiwer long since dead.
Kinda like shareware.
The truth shall set you free
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