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Remote Viewing, Fact/Fiction?

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posted on Aug, 15 2010 @ 02:14 AM
reply to post by googolplex

It is an eerie feeling when you "see" a person- maybe I quit before the evil came in!

I am done looking for missing people as there are plenty of trained experts to do that. I sure don't want to steer the people who are searching the wrong way.

I have never done advanced things like lotto numbers- but if I can I will let you know If I see the machine the winning balls come out of.

I have tried the twin towers, and they were still standing and I didn't know what to look for- but they were intact.

Area 51 won't work, I need a pic of something that is there.

I will try the well but what am I supposed to look for?

posted on Aug, 15 2010 @ 08:24 PM

Originally posted by MrsBlonde
Its real and I can/could do it, but I haven't done it in forever because I don;t know why I would and it takes practice, kinda like use it or lose it

so I lost it,

Its not something that is lost or found.

Apologize for the straight forward response but certain things need to be put in place.

posted on Aug, 15 2010 @ 08:50 PM

Originally posted by Cosmic4life
The correct term should be remote sensing as many people are gifted in senses other than sight, i provide a small list of senses so that you may understand more fully what is involved in Remote Sensing.
Exhausts,Food,Sewerage,Chemical,Moldy,Floral,Fruity,Aromatic etc.
Sweet,Sour,Salty,Metallic,Acidic,Spicy etc.
Roaring,Rumbling,Whining,Screeching,Popping,Humming,Grinding,Splashing etc.
Red,White,Blue yadda yadda
Hot,Cold,Steamy,Mild,Dry etc.
Pressure,Exploding,Imploding,Accelerating,Magnetic,Attractive,Repulsive etc.
Hope this contributes to the thread.


Why haven't you mentioned the harmonics ? ( Nor referring to acoustics )

[edit on 15-8-2010 by tristar]

posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 04:47 PM
Real. A real gov't project for 20 years.
For those who need proof, Congress ordered an investigation from a serious statistician to go over the records and make a report of her findings. She is a hardcore scientist and came up with statistical proof verifying RV is real.
Her name is Jessica Utts, professor of statistics at Univ Calif Irvine.
She did an interview on Coast to Coast going over the program and what science there is behind it.

Here is a link to here AIR findings for Congress.
Jessica Utts findings

Here is another AIR findings report by Edwin C. May, this report he clearly states in the conclusion that he believes the CIA set up the report to be a failure from the beginning.
Dr. May's findings

In Jessica's interview she said they only allowed them access to a VERY minute amount of case data, did not let them speak with the people involved, and almost all successful target data was not allowed in the statistical analysis. Yet they still found a positive result even with the limited exposure to the true RV data.

There are programs going on today if you wish to find out for yourself. There are also many many books and interviews from the people who were actually there. Listen to the interviews and then decide for yourself. You will not have doubts after doing a little legwork looking into the info.

Best of luck. Keep an open mind and you will be surprised!

posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 05:44 PM
reply to post by Spirit Warrior 11:11

My aim is not to sound as some guru but for those who are aware or have perhaps found or have first or second hand knowledge, it is a topic that does not circulate let alone made public.

Any government is in itself an evil in so far as it carries within it the tendency to deteriorate into tyranny. However, except for a small number of anarchists, every one of us is convinced that civilized society cannot exist without a government. In a healthy nation there is a kind of dynamic balance between the will of the people and the government, which prevents its degeneration into tyranny. It is obvious that the danger of such deterioration is more acute in a country in which the government has authority not only over the armed forces but also over all the channels of education and information as well as over the economic existence of every single citizen. I say this merely to indicate that socialism as such cannot be considered the solution to all social problems but merely as a framework within which such a solution is possible.

(Albert Einstein, 1947)

posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 09:02 PM
reply to post by Spirit Warrior 11:11

I read Jessica Utt's report and I see that indeed they have been and are still conducting tests. I personally feel better that the results are not 100% positive as I have failed at times.

This interesting fact was in the report:

3. Mass-screening efforts found that about one percent of those who volunteered to be tested were consistently successful at remote viewing. This indicates that remote viewing is an ability that differs across individuals, much like athletic ability or musical talent. (Results of mass screenings were not included in the formal analysis because the conditions were not well-controlled, but the subsequent data from subjects found during mass-screening were included.)

4. Neither practice nor a variety of training techniques consistently worked to improve remote viewing ability. It appears that it is easier to find than to train good remote viewers.

It seems you either got it or you don't.

posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 09:12 AM
reply to post by Tribble

I tend to agree and disagree with that based on my findings. I have listened to just about every interview, and read most of the books on RV. I believe the comparison to musical skills is a good one. For some it is more natural and for others it is hard work at first. However, I truly believe that everyone has this ability and more importantly...everyone uses it all the time unconsciously. We receive an unbelievable amount of data coming into our subconscious mind which is filtered out for the conscious mind. Part of this data set is RV type data. I'm sure everyone here has had remote sensing think of a person only seconds before they call you...or you feel like your tire is going to burst just before it happens. These are all part of the data stream which goes through the consciousness filter. We simply need to train the mind to open up and accept more of this data stream.

RV with its strict protocols FORCES the mind to be occupied while searching for the desired data stream 'signal line from the matrix' and gain the information. This can be trained, but we are still limited by talent in the end. Not everyone can be a Mozart. However, everyone CAN learn to play a classical tune or two. It seems it is a right brain function. The more you already think in that manner the easier it will be to pick it up.

I recommend Jessica's interview on Coast to Coast. A decent scientific view of RV. You will see during the interview that Jessica has her head on straight and accepts nothing but statistical proof.

posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 04:07 AM
reply to post by Spirit Warrior 11:11

I haven't heard anything myself since the coast to coast show in '99 or 2000. That guest was a man. So yes, I will definitely listen to the show with Jessica.

I am sure with practice some people can do it. I just was pointing out that in there highly controlled testing that they came up with 1% of the volunteers as being able to do RV.

I am left handed and have moderate dyslexia. Would that mean I rely on my right brain, thus allowing me to do it, prior to knowing there was even a name for it?

posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:41 AM
reply to post by Tribble

Not necessarily. Right brain is more about abstract thought, art, music, etc...

Also, I understand the 1% but don't tend to agree with that. The statistic there was reported as a finding during the times. They did not properly set up an experiment to do a statistical analysis on how many people can learn it. The report was from what was there in the limited data they had.

I'll give a short example. The RV group had numerous visits in the form of audits and budget oversight. The group decided that it was far more effective to have these people demonstrate the effectiveness themselves rather than just telling them about it. So, when an auditor came to see why they were spending gov't money and if there were enough results to continue, the RV group would sit them down and make THEM do the RV session blind. Lets just say that tactic was so surprisingly successful that the program continued to function for over 20 years even after multiple audits each year.

That should tell you something.

posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 10:39 AM
reply to post by JR MacBeth

I have no problem believing in ESP I think it has to do with intuition and trusting that intuition for example: if I go with the first thought that comes into my mind about something it's usually correct. Where I get muddled is thinking after the first thought in other words if I trust the first thing that comes into my mind it is usually correct. I hope this makes some sense. This has worked for me and I believe I can practice and get better at it but I choose not to invest my time as I am into studying different things. At any rate thanks for the post and have a good day.

posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 01:16 PM

Originally posted by Extreme Pilgrim
I have just been listening to an old Art Bell interview with Ingo Swann and another with Major Ed Dames, United States Army (ret.) and was wondering weather there had been any 'PROOF' to support or dismiss the practice. The possibilities of this are fascinating but wondered if people could inform me either way to the right direction.

There was a fellow named David Morehouse who wrote a book called "Psychic Warrior"

David worked on the RV program at Ft Meade in Maryland next to the BW Parkway, across from NSA. He mentioned the use of "cool down tapes" before RV sessions. Those tapes came from The Monroe Institute near the rural town of Faber, outside of Charlottesville, Virginia.

After the publishing of his book he was harassed incessantly and finally, as an american citizen, sought refuge in the UK from suspected DIA operatives. His story is a true one and is riveting reading. IMO TPTB do not want you to know what is in his book.


posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 02:25 PM
reply to post by seataka

His book gets a REALLY out there in the second half. Towards the end of the unbelievable spectrum.

He is not is the UK anymore. He teaches RV in Southern California.

A better overview of the subject would be by Jim Marrs or Joe Mcmoneagle or one of the SRI scientists Russel Targ.

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