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Originally posted by SaturnFX
keep in mind that there was absolute mass panic about jan 1, 2000 (not just Y2k bug)...ammo and food was hoarded, people were literally preparing for the end of the world as some sort of epic cosmic fail point.
and what happened...well, not alot beyond alot of partys playing old Prince tunes...and a couple clocks going wonky on inconsequential overlooked systems.
So, now we have another 2000 coming around..this time, its the mayan calender verses the gregorian. Oh well.
Problem with remote viewing this particular date is "front loading"...2012 would have expectations in people and they would end up seeing what they expect verses what is, which makes any remote viewing of a specific date of this popularity completely corrupted by the ideas of the person.
like remote viewing the moon...if you believe the moon is a barren rock, you will focus in and get crators, dust, etc...if you believe that its a hollow space ship full of greys, you will see that...but if you are told to describe the moon around, say, jupiter, and you have no clue what its like, then you might be actually giving unbias reporting verses assumptions
Originally posted by homoerectus
no offence .. but why would you even be asking on this site when the greatest seer in history nostradamus says his prophecies run up to the end of the next millenium.??? 2012 is a joke.. the earths crust will move one day but it;ll be totally unexpected and nobody will guess it.. just dont be committing suicide o selling all your earthly belongings just yet.!! if you live to the end of the next milennium then maybe you should ...
Originally posted by Nichiren
reply to post by HighEye
You say "real remote viewing"? It is a bogus field with a lot of charlatans trying to sell you books and seminars.
I can take it seriously when a RV practitioner solves one (1) child abduction case.