posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 01:25 PM
This is not quite how it works. I know you don't want to reveal where you are . . . but Remote Viewers need coordinates. Now people can "psych" on
it - and play guessing games till the cows come home. There is valid science behind remote viewing. Google Bob Monroe, Skip Atwater and Joe
McMoneagle. Other then that it is a parlor guessing game.
I think playing these games discredits the real thing.
Sensatives, Psychics, Viewers, Seers - there are valid unexplained phenomenons.
Guessing about your tatoo . . . not for me.
I DID send a prediction email to my friend concerning the Earthquake, which I dreamt about on Tuesday. In my dream I was walking through a parking
lot and cars were buckling all around me. I became lucid and thought "the earth is moving" then I had the feeling like Obi Won that there was a
disturbance in the force and thousands of lives were lost in an instant. I couldn't predict where this would happen, but I shared the dream with my
friend who keeps tabs on my abilities. On Wednesday after the China quake I emailed that wasn't the one. But I just didn't know where the one would
hit. I just about threw up when I saw the headlines Thursday morning. I am seriously afraid of whats next, because I think I "see" the whole
southern half of that Island as gone. I see resettlement of the Japanese people - not rebuilding. But I am never "certain" of these things, they are
basically feelings - sometimes with physical manifestations like head aches or a sense of unease. I am not comfortable with my abilities because
there are mostly dire predictions. I have seen other things I pray do not happen.
So the real stuff works more like that. Not guessing games about your tattoo - that just brings forth the skeptics and trolls and debunks and
frightens some who don't want to disclose abilities.
If you want to discuss scientific methodology behind real Remote viewing - or are interested in pursuing this, or testing its reality - check out the
Monroe Institute. Please don't make us guess about a tatto.
edit on 14-3-2011 by TheBirdisDone because: spelling