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Dr. Courtney Brown predicts a "world-changing event" in Feb 2014

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posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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tport17


This one adds to the idea that it is religion that he is speaking of and a great change when some knowledge comes out, leading people to realize they had sacrificed their free will to a lie.




posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 12:48 PM
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When I try to view the article i keep getting hijacked by a web page called Loomia did that happen to you also?



posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 02:08 PM
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raedar
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With the mention of Sitchin, I feel like this could be relevant. I searched and I do not think there is a thread about this. If there is a thread, let me know because I'm interested in what folks here think.

Back in December a letter was posted to Truth Frequency Radio, sent to them from an anonymous source (I know, red flag). I only learned about it yesterday, so the timing is strange.

Hoax or not, it is an interesting read. A bit chilling to me. The first comment on the page makes great points about the letter.

Truth Frequency Radio

Here's a little snippet:



December 3, 2013 – Transmission from Enki, first born son of King Anu

I am the Lord Enki, the prince of the Earth.

I have been guiding your species for hundreds of thousands of years. Together, we the gods, have created and destroyed civilizations. Together, we will guide your kind to the higher dimensions of wisdom and understanding. Ascension is yours if you choose to accept it. Death shall be your destiny if you choose to deny.




You never know do you. About 88% of the world believes in an invisible God and yet when anything is specified or anyone claims to hear from this being everyone laughs.



posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 04:07 PM
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That keeps happening to me when I try to switch to the second page. I've never used the way back web before......



posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 04:47 PM
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raedar
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That keeps happening to me when I try to switch to the second page. I've never used the way back web before......


I can't get it to stop going there either. Maybe someone knows how to work the wayback machine better than me.



posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 08:16 PM
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All of his implications so far are about slavery - or people falling into being controlled. Of course he is saying these are things to think about after the announcement is made. Aliens, old civilizations trying to make a prison planet, don't have to be controlled if you understand free will....

Could it be connected to the suicides of economic experts recently? Or some kind of an agreement made between Countries - or a new leader? Everything has implications so why will this one potentially lead to us being controlled?



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 12:07 AM
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Earlier today he also posted this:


For those who are following these "Implications Postings," I assure you that they will make sense once the major announcement mentioned in many of these posts below actually happens this month. You will still have to connect the dots, but it will be clear where the dots lead.



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 01:20 AM
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IF, and it's a big "if", there is anything at all to this "announcement" (I doubt it), then I'd say it's already spelled out on the website of the Farsight Institute, in the "important letter from the Director":




We need to conduct a major demonstration of remote viewing while the is world watching. To do this, we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study. Once this happens, we will immediately organize a major demonstration of remote viewing that will rivet the world. That will change everything, literally everything...from what is taught to kids in school to how science describes physical reality, the histories of our solar system and our planet, and possibly even the existence of extraterrestrial life. Our world will no longer be the same; we will collectively experience the greatest revolution in thought the world has ever seen.


It ticks all the boxes.
They are foreseeing that, in February, some "prominent mainstream scientists" will agree to make such a statement.




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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 04:38 AM
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we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study.
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The US gov. has been studying remote viewing since 1972 and has never tried to hide the fact that it's a very real phenomenon, so I don't understand Fasight being so short-sighted.



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 07:06 AM
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That makes the most sense of all the guesses being made. Good catch. That it is totally self serving only adds to the body of evidence.



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 07:18 AM
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Still only people who are actively seeking knowledge on the subject ever get that deeply into it. A brief article or small slot on the news now and then just does not capture the general publics attention. The first person to come to mind would be someone like my father. He's in his eighties. He's feisty and alert and a tough no nonsense Brooklyn Italian boy . Think Bowery Boys. On this subject he'd tell you in a heart beat to fagedabowdit. Then he'd want to know what the hell's the matter with you.
Having someone like him interested would be ground breaking. Having someone like him believe would be akin to hell freezing over and pigs flying (Geico commercials be damned)
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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 10:50 AM
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we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study.
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I was referring to the above quote, and stating an extensive research project, with a large group of mainstream scientist through the years has and is happening.

Perhaps he hasn't done very in depth research on his own work?



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 11:38 AM
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nugget1



we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study.
reply to post by AutumnWitch657
 


I was referring to the above quote, and stating an extensive research project, with a large group of mainstream scientist through the years has and is happening.

Perhaps he hasn't done very in depth research on his own work?


I'd have to agree with AutumnWitch in that - regardless of what this or that government may be investigating or even acknowledging within the circles that follow such activities - remote viewing ISN'T generally recognized by the wide public as a bone fide phenomenon - that is, it isn't "mainstream", properly speaking - and so the idea certainly doesn't have the far-reaching impact that the Farsight Institute is talking about in the letter above. It cannot be said that it is part of the prevalent worldview of any current technologically "advanced" society, no children are taught about it at school, and so on.


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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 11:40 AM
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I predict... That this man ends up exposing himself as a scam artist.



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 11:58 AM
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AdAstra

nugget1



we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study.
reply to post by AutumnWitch657
 


I was referring to the above quote, and stating an extensive research project, with a large group of mainstream scientist through the years has and is happening.

Perhaps he hasn't done very in depth research on his own work?


I'd have to agree with AutumnWitch in that - regardless of what this or that government may be investigating or even acknowledging within the circles that follow such activities - remote viewing ISN'T generally recognized by the wide public as a bone fide phenomenon - that is, it isn't "mainstream", properly speaking - and so the idea certainly doesn't have the far-reaching impact that the Farsight Institute is talking about in the letter above. It cannot be said that it is part of the prevalent worldview of any current technologically "advanced" society, no children are taught about it at school, and so on.



True, but that's not what the quote says. He stated that he wanted some 'mainstream scientists' to start investigating.
That the general public doesn't know the investigation has, and is going on I do agree with.

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we are trying to encourage a small group of prominent mainstream scientists and other leaders to acknowledge that remote viewing is a real phenomenon that deserves serious study.

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A LARGE group of mainstream scientists has been studying this since the 70's, and continues to do so. I just found it curious that he wouldn't know this.
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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 12:17 PM
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I understand. I'd hate to speak on anyone's behalf, especially in this case (having only vague intellectual interest in the "announcement" and virtually no faith in it), but I think the point of the "announcement" could be just that: those scientists ANNOUNCING it to the wide public, which, it has to be admitted, remains almost entirely oblivious to "remote viewing".

It doesn't necessarily mean he doesn't know about those investigations; the point is that the wider public, the world at large, knows nothing about them, and certainly the phenomenon has no currency in the daily lives of people - which is essential for any development or phenomenon to be considered "world changing" , or whatever the exact wording was. To be "world changing" it would have to be assimilated by the wider public, which, I am assuming he is assuming, could be accomplished by a public announcement (followed by a wide scale "demonstration", as per the letter) by those "mainstream scientists".

In any case, like I said in my original post, I think that, IF there is going to be a bona fide "announcement" at all (which I tend to doubt), THAT is going to be it.









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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 12:24 PM
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the wider public, the world at large, knows nothing about them
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Then, perhaps, he should have named the many books written by the very scientists that have and are working on remote viewing. There is a vast amount of well written information out there.
Perhaps he is unaware of that fact.


Or, perhaps he deliberately wishes to give the impression that no serious studies have been done, and the information he SELLS on his sight is all that's available?
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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 12:30 PM
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I think the implication is that the "announcement" has to come from a wide "mainstream" GROUP, not an individual, even if he names existing books or people.

Anyway, I am sure we'll see soon enough.
Or not.




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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 12:41 PM
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This guy is a hack.

HE makes a new predication ever couple of years and is WRONG on all. However we must not forget his
prowess in remote viewing...after all he opened the farsight institute


Courtney Brown took an eight day remote viewing course taught by Psi Tech, and subsequently created his own remote viewing institute - Farsight, teaching SRV



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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projectbane
This guy is a hack.

HE makes a new predication ever couple of years and is WRONG on all. However we must not forget his
prowess in remote viewing...after all he opened the farsight institute


Courtney Brown took an eight day remote viewing course taught by Psi Tech, and subsequently created his own remote viewing institute - Farsight, teaching SRV



He will be 100% right this time. Why? He will wait until February is over, pick out an event that fits his 'could be anything' prediction, then sat "See! I was right!"
" All you have to do is buy my new book that will be out soon for complete details! AND you, too, can be a remote viewer if you have the $$$$$ to send for my informational 'how-to' course!"



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