posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 11:56 PM
I would trust the remote viewers with a history of being in the military more than any remote viewer who was in the military, or still is in the
military, and telling the public that they have never been involved with military. In other words, I trust a remote viewer who is not kept from
telling the truth.
Consider that with remote viewing, you have total access to the universe (and beyond) without any technological props. No computer needed. No
binoculars needed. No permission needed, most of the time. Trust that what is happening in your life is just not important enough to any remote
viewers running an agenda for some larger group.
Try trusting remote viewers who work for the country in which you are living, as long as you are running alongside your country's value system.
There are remote viewers working for other countries right now; I wouldn't trust a foreign remote viewer, military or not, to keep secrets against
his or her favor and for my survival in a global game situation.
Then there are the way-out remote viewer people who come from other places and aren't affiliated with government control systems. Again, check their
agenda, then decide if they are trustworthy from your perspective. It is a case by case quest. Don't blindly trust anybody!