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Originally posted by matthewgraybeal
OP Ripcontrol, excellent research. I thank you for your in depth study of this subject as I have a personal interest in RV from bizzare repeatable experiences I have had with future sight, and mind reading.
I have a small handfull of friends that explore and theorize on this subject in our own ways. We like to mess with our other friends with it occasionally in funny ways. Nothing harmful, just unobtrusive demonstrations when it feels acceptable to do so within the time of reference.
The most powerful experience I had was mind blowing, and won me 550 dollars when i thought i was going to miss rent and become homeless. The will to survive gave me a powerful future sight that I latched onto and materialized into reality.
Its not just future events one can RV, it's possible events. It gets really interesting when you know how to attract the possible and mesh it into the it will happen. Its an act of willpower. I fear it, but only because I would surely loose my marbles if I engaged in this full-time. It also feels like cheating somehow, and it does have very specific restrictions.
I am assuming you saw or read the "men who stare at goats?"
FBI agents Thomas Mackelway (Aaron Eckhart) and Fran Kulok (Carrie-Anne Moss) are put on the trail of Ben O'Ryan (Ben Kingsley), a serial killer who exclusively targets other serial killers. As the investigation proceeds, the agents begin to become aware of the possible existence of "Suspect Zero", a mythical "super serial killer" responsible for hundreds of deaths across all 50 states who leaves no evidence behind to link his crimes together. The agents must decide if O'Ryan is the key that will allow them to catch Suspect Zero, or if he is Suspect Zero himself.