posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 03:48 PM
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
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]
I've seen enough already. Reading protcols doesn't make it any better. More likely, more to keep information classified. A true remote viewer or
Seer, unlike the generic teachings you're reading about, know much more than you realize, even if you are or 'think' you're a remote viewer
Research is likely more generic disinformation. 95% still classified according to Joe McMoneagle. You won't get very far on your false research.
Believe and search all you want. Classified information isn't just going to pop up and stay on the internet, even though the book mentioned might be
You can't plug a book people can't buy or afford.
Edgar Cayce wasn't sucessful in his own life. Let the remote viewers target him instead.
Than maybe we might understand where this information
really came from. Odd how his hospital failed and he went bankrupt if he was the source of the information.
Protocols might be used to keep people from getting emotionally involved such as for greed.
This I recalled was something Russell Targ had mentioned to me when I was a kid in the 70's. For some reason, they seemed to believe children would
not be as greedy or confused with adult emotions.
As far as I know, my training ended in failure back then. I haven't any desire to be a simple minded RV tool now.
He had said what I was using, which was some device, was cheating. Have them remote view that also. That's also likely classified and you won't find
that in your research.
If people want to be some RV puppet and get paid for it, that's fine for them.