posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 08:10 PM
Well, I have been involved with remote viewing since 1995, including working with and exposure to many hundreds (that might actually be thousands) of
viewers by now.
So far I have not seen any issues with remote viewing past the year 2012 that are not the same issues with remote viewing next week or 1940:
1. Namely that RV implies a specific situational protocol ('double-blind', planned in advance, and should eventually have feedback), this is what
makes it differ from 'just psi', and getting people to abide by that is easier said than done;
2. It is, at best, inconsistent;
3. It is, always, individual;
4. It is much easier to evaluate after feedback has occurred.
Understand that the concept of a tasking in remote viewing is what some traditions would call a 'thought form'; in this case, if done ideally, a
tasker is creating a question, an 'open space of genuine desire for the truth' to answer that question, and this is essentially the thought form
that becomes 'the task'. This is usually assigned a random number (doesn't matter, that is only for record keeping).
The problem is that if the tasker has an idea in mind, or their own motive, ego, fears, expectations, etc. then the tasking thought form becomes
basically set by them. If I believe you can't view past 2012 and task that, there is a good chance many viewers would have a problem because that was
innately built-in to the tasking itself.
In tasks on time-specs which just happened to go past the date of 2012, I have not seen any differences between those and other tasks.
I have heard of known-superstitious, known chronically-untrue sorts making a big hyper deal about it, but this is either their neurosis or their
having a good story for late night radio.