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Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by Seconal
Thank you, for saying such gentle slurs and put downs.
Also, I don't like to be mean to others,
snipped 200 words....So, my long winded posts, all serve that.
And, NASA who never says a meteor has a "good" chance of hitting ,in fact they're probably back tracking to "will just barely miss us" says this just after the RV ers say something.
Its a smallish meteor too. Like elenin was nothing really. And it was everything. A Marker, revelations 9 11, put out for all of those in mysteries to see.
I question everything.
Now, it's a trainable mental procedure. It enables a person to extract accurate, descriptive information from distant locations. Now remote viewing it also works across time, in the sense that the remote viewer can actually extract information from the past, present or future. Totally transparent with regard to time, as if time doesn't exist, in fact we know now that that's not a metaphor, we know now that in reality
Parapsychologist Barry Taff, who was involved in the early development of remote viewing, said on the Art Bell show that sometimes a team of remote viewers would all describe the same target but it would be the wrong target. Sometimes, Taff said, the details of agreement about the target would be even more impressive than on occasions when they described the correct target. And to their dismay, they could never find any difference between the sessions that found the correct target and those that found the wrong target.
They've taken seeds that were dead from Chernobyl and put them in the pryamids, (or I might be tired and maybe this also was the photon or light one, either one or the other) and they've been purified and restored.
But pseudoscience dies hard. A group called Transception Incorporated, self-described as an Austin, Texas based psychic R&D operation, sent a letter to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden that nominates the Apollo 16 crew for the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.
But there are strings attached.
This is a very transparent quid pro quo because the medal is being recommended for astronauts John Young and Charles Duke allegedly coming upon an extraterrestrial “shipwreck” on the surface of the moon during their third lunar surface excursion on April 23, 1972. A prerequisite for the award is that the crew is “released from secrecy” about what they really saw on the moon.
A variety of “shipwreck elements” — described as “structures, people/aliens, biological technology, and their plight” — were reportedly seen through remote viewing by six experts at Transception.
The “wreckage” suspiciously looks a lot like just a big boulder, dubbed “house rock”. And, you’d expect to find big boulders on the edge of an impact crater.
The alleged crash site is pretty bland-looking for a purported disaster location. It’s like looking for a capsized cruise liner and just seeing a shoal of rocks.
Originally posted by MegaMind
Just saw this today on Drudge ....
Blast it or paint it: Asteroid to threaten Earth in 2013
An apparent active industrial site on the surface of Mars with a 'large nozzle shooting a liquid spray' onto an apparent industrial waste area has been successfully located and explored in a remote viewing study conducted by the Farsight Institute in March 2010 using nine highly trained remote viewers and methodologies developed by the U.S. military.