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Originally posted by Spirit Warrior 11:11
reply to post by aleon1018
Honestly, it seems to me that you have many opinions on very little research. Considering the fact that you are skeptical and are referencing science. This I find ironic. I suggest you research the actual protocols used in true controlled remote viewing. The results of experiments, even the ones with 50% accuracy, are quite compelling considering they were often double blind studies with COMPLETELY random targets. Even 50% accuracy of a random target is a major result. These results are compiled by analyists not involved in viewing or targeting. Then the data that is common is put into a report with the common elements. Leaving out data that was a singularity. In the end the data from a team of viewers averages around 80%. Granted, not enough for actionable intel from a single source. However the intel community compiles data from many different sources for an overall picture.
It is also interesting that you mentioned Edgar Cayce. He performed around 12000 medical readings with MOST being correct. I fail to see where the mouthpiece comment is warranted. I suggest more actual research.
[edit on 30-9-2009 by Spirit Warrior 11:11]
Research is likely more generic disinformation. 95% still classified according to Joe McMoneagle. You won't get very far on your false research
Originally posted by aleon1018
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
Just because Ingo Swann received some information that supposedly proves he himself remote veiwed this, doesn't mean it wasn't shared with him by some interdimensional or whatever. There's so much we still don't know about who might be behind all of this. Ingo Swann might also be one of these for all we know.
The fact that there are so few gifted like this is suspicious.
I haven't any desire to discredit him as a person, but I still question the true source of the information. Maybe he's been chosen as to his person and not at random for this information.
I remain sceptical because of what I've been through personally or 'think I have.' From my experiences, I would say I've been used as more of a tool and I'm kinda pissed off about it. That's why I have trust issues with remembering these people. Except, there were OTHERS
Either I was part of the truth or just part of the disinformation. There's still truth in exposing a lie or deception, even if only by example.
If people want to believe and learn protocols, than that's fine for them.
Sorry for the rant.
Originally posted by FlySolo
This book is no longer in print and extremely hard to find. Quite expensive too. About $500 and I even read it sold for $1,500 on ebay. With no further ado, here it is in PDF. Penetration, by Ingo Swann.
Originally posted by dna42
There is no such thing as telepathy, telekinesis or anything bypassing the laws of nature. Entertaining: arguably so. True: Not in the slightest.