"Remote viewing" is a very general term. It isn't really a patented idea that came out of a military program, nor is it the sole providence of any
particular institutes or "groups" modern or otherwise.
Dowser's have been doing it for a very
long time. Dowsers are just like everyone else, they like a good mystery to solve. Ancient Egypt, lost
children, water, treasure, and so on. Dowsers also like to help others.
Dowsers use an instrument, generally a bent piece of wire or a pendulum over a map of somewhere else. There are also people who don't need an
instrument. Either naturally or they simply grew out of the need for an instrument.
Generally dowsers also keep to themselves because other people often ridicule what is not understood. There are other dangers in contests and
Now "Dowsing 101", or if you wish; "Remote Viewing 101", should include a section on thoughtforms. Anyone who knows the doing
can create a target. A good teacher might create a thoughtform of a person and give it a medical history. The students are then asked to dowse the
medical history of the target.
Talented people generally get the medical side of the test more or less. But that is not the point of the test. The point of the test is to find out
if the student can figure out if they are dowsing a thoughtform or a real person.
And then there is The Dowser's Dilemma.
Now what happens if the dowser, or remote viewer, finds where the bodies are buried? Who are they going to tell? How are they going to explain how
they knew where the body was and cause of death or other details?
That is The Dowser's Dilemma
- who are they going to tell?
Let's say the explanation of how they knew is accepted, and they don't get thrown in prison for murder. If it gets out what they can actually do,
they get recruitment or targeted as a threat.
So most folks who can do this stuff quietly disappear from public view or write occasionally on anonymous message boards like ATS.
Perhaps this is why remote viewing et al, gets very little confirmation?
edit on 21-1-2021 by NobodySpecial268 because: typo