Remote Viewing and The Killshot

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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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The Killshot is a new documentary/short film by famous remote-viewer Ed James. Has anyone seen it? It deals with remote-viewing and the "prognostication" that the world as we know it will end due to a huge solar flare. I know very little about this but I would like to know what other people have to say.




posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:36 AM
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I thought Remote viewers said that the earth would be destroyed by a huge space rock. At least that's how I remember the thread going, I could be wrong though.

Going to look for the film and give it a look-see.

Can you elaborate on the size of this solar flare, and what level of "world ending" are they specifically talking about?
Societal collapse, or vaporization?
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:47 AM
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The name is Ed Dames and there are many threads on this Killshot here on ATS. Just type in Killshot Ed Dames and you can start reading...
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by seen2much
The Killshot is a new documentary/short film by famous remote-viewer Ed James. Has anyone seen it? It deals with remote-viewing and the "prognostication" that the world as we know it will end due to a huge solar flare. I know very little about this but I would like to know what other people have to say.


Do you mean this movie?

Here it is then:




posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:54 AM
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Thanks Sissel.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:57 AM
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I think you mean Ed Dames!

He was one of the guys that tagged themselves on to the SRI remote-viewing program and then sold himself as product and teacher. In reality he was never a remote-viewer for SRI and was more of an associate; he had some training from Swann and didn't complete all of it. Years ago now, I recall reading that several original members had distanced themselves from him.

In the meantime, he's popped up on C2C and UFO conferences with one end-of-the-world prediction after another. Mass-alien landings, earthquakes, nuclear strikes and death by asteroid are familiar themes of his. Oh! The humanity!! Funnily enough, not one of the other well-known RVers has made claims of the world ending.

Some would say that RV is never 100% accurate and it's part of the experience that it will make mistakes. In Dames' case, it's either that or he's a proficient BS artist. The only other RVer who has made claims about the end-of-the-world is Courtney Brown and he was born without ethics or conscience. Just last year, he was trying to sell property in S. America off the back of *predictions* that the world ends in 2012. So Dames is in very poor company.

Good article from the Top Secret Writers site.

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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 10:41 AM
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Thanks everyone for the info. He claimed to have made several predictions such as the meltdown in Japan and another major solar flare that missed the earth.
I should have ran through the search engine and will do so next time before I post a new thread.

I apologize.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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Societal collapse because of a massive solar flare.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:13 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
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I think you mean Ed Dames!

He was one of the guys that tagged themselves on to the SRI remote-viewing program and then sold himself as product and teacher. In reality he was never a remote-viewer for SRI and was more of an associate; he had some training from Swann and didn't complete all of it. Years ago now, I recall reading that several original members had distanced themselves from him.

In the meantime, he's popped up on C2C and UFO conferences with one end-of-the-world prediction after another. Mass-alien landings, earthquakes, nuclear strikes and death by asteroid are familiar themes of his. Oh! The humanity!! Funnily enough, not one of the other well-known RVers has made claims of the world ending.

Some would say that RV is never 100% accurate and it's part of the experience that it will make mistakes. In Dames' case, it's either that or he's a proficient BS artist. The only other RVer who has made claims about the end-of-the-world is Courtney Brown and he was born without ethics or conscience. Just last year, he was trying to sell property in S. America off the back of *predictions* that the world ends in 2012. So Dames is in very poor company.

Good article from the Top Secret Writers site.




Man, I hope you're right, because I watched that video and for the first time EVER, I kind of had that "[snip]" sensation. And I didn't like it.

Whether he is the real deal or not, I'm still going to give a little heed to the predictions of the RV's in regards to the nuke thing in North Korea. If that happens my pucker factor will officially be of the charts.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:18 PM
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Also, I would like it a lot better if instead of calling it a freaking "Kill Shot" if they would make it more pleasant.
Like "Solar love tap", or "the sun kiss" or "The day of dancing daisies".
Actually that last one sounds a little creepy, maybe even more than KILL SHOT! But whatever the point is, Dayum!



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 02:21 PM
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lol I have heard of looking at the bright side of life but looking at the bright side of a hypothetical devastating solar flare is one for the ages!

I just became curious from watching a C2C interview on youtube. I should have been more wary but I value C2C since it allows so many discuss views that are out of the box. Unfortunately, sometimes they are also out of pure basless speculation, which is the ethereal proto-box I suppose.

However, the interview introduced me to RV-ing which is pretty interesting even though I would simply classify it under pyschic abilities, which many pyschics claim are latent in most people.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 02:35 PM
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seen this awhile ago great video .check this video out to it has some cool stuff in it to Hidden Human History Movie - Hypothesis for Consideration Purpose Only. here is the link to it youtu.be...



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 04:39 PM
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I 100% believe in remote viewing, I 50% believe a Solar love tap will occur as mentioned and in the order described. Maybe because of denial bias or something I dont know. But burying my head in the sand makes me feel better both figuratively (and seeing has how I may get broiled alive), literally as well.

I used the think RV was total BS back in the 90s.. Now I know better. The fact I personally know its real to a degree, is what makes me nervous. I'm talking RV as the military handles it sans the new age mysticism you find in other forms.





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