I took about an hour and a half to write out a detailed post outlining the topic, had videos, quotes, etc. I clicked post, forgot to add the title,
and now the entire post is gone....so forgive me, I am going to be brief.
Please believe me when I say this video is absolutely facinating, and the implications are astounding, and frankly, a bit unnerving.
Although I strongly recommend watching the video in full (as it is very important to contextualize the discussion), if you do not have the time, I
wish to draw particular attention to 44:25. The student asks a question about whether governmental entities could conceivably "distort" the magnetic
field which surrounds us, creating an artificial geomagnetic storm, thereby "blocking" people by accessing certain types of information which they
may hold in their mind. Persinger answers by stating, in reference to Ingo Swan ( a man who was capable of remote viewing), that the only time they
could prevent him from accessing that information was when they used a windows operating system; essentially, he says that the Hz that windows uses
saturates the frequency, or something like that. That's as much as I am willing to write at the moment; honestly, I really wish I didn't erase my
post by accident.
So you are proposing that Windows OS purposely manipulates the hardware or by design just happens to cause the hardware to generate a certain
frequency. And of course other OSs do not do it even they are using the same hardware.
Listen everyone I'm just as skeptical as you; and no, I'm not claiming anything. I wasn't sure what to make of it, but I do know that if true the
implications are huge. Hence, I brought the subject matter to ATS, not to get flamed, but to see what everyone thinks
Originally posted by anon4m05
Persinger answers by stating, in reference to Ingo Swan ( a man who was capable of remote viewing),
No, someone who CLAIMED to be able to remote view, but there is no proof that he could.
Did you watch the video? I mean, sure, the guy claimed he could do it, but they ran experiments to see if he really could. This also deals with
much more than "remote viewing"; it also touches on entanglement, and experiments they conducted regarding it.
Please look into it more; I would have hoped someone could offer something a little more constructive to the discussion. I am merely searching for
answers; I am not trying to claim anything.
Thanks for posting this. I watched the whole thing.
While most of the ideas weren't new to me, I like how he connected them together. What I found most interesting (because I hadn't heard of this
before) was his claim that paranormal phenomena have decreased with an increase of our electronic communication grid (or noise). And that they
induced a magnetic field to hinder Uri's remote viewing abilities. Geophysical activity (magnetic field disruptions) supposedly also interfere with
telepathic or a quantum entanglement type of communication which is what the speaker seemed to be implying.
My opinion: These are some interesting possibilities to consider. While there is no physical proof and his logical proof is incomplete, it has
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.