Third Eye Sight: Remote Viewing

Discussion in 'Perceptions & Experiences' started by nivek, Feb 17, 2019.

  1. Dejan Corovic

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    I am certified 'brick' when it comes to ESP and claim no ESP abilities whatsoever. And as such, I had 3 successful ESP transmission events in a row (one from the future, two real-time), one after another, and 1 successful personal reception from the future. That was followed by 2 unsuccessful real-time ESP reception events. For some reason, I am good (or an average guy is good) at transmission, but no reception.

    In all experiments, relatively complex information was exchanged and the chance that that would happen by chance would be negligible. Those two cases where I received the correct information from the future were particularly intriguing.

    This leads me to be strongly inclined to think that ESP is very real. It's just a question of what field is involved or is it some kind of macroscopic quantum phenomena. It is well understood in the mainstream physics that in Quantum Mechanics there is no time as we know it in the macroscopic world. If there is no time, than everything is everywhere and instantly so. That's just QM for you.
     
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  2. pigfarmer

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    I came into this with no expectation and was pleasantly surprised. Only had a very few 'tests' and not nearly enough for me to draw any conclusions beyond 'yup, definitely something to it.'

    Not sure that I have a need for 'proof' but I have a definite desire for more 'experiences'

    I always say the best troubleshooting tool is your pockets. Put your hands in them and just watch the lights blink and wheels go round a while before sticking a finger in there.
     
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  4. nivek

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    Somebody Else is on the Moon: Remote-Viewing and the Strange Saga of George Leonard
    By Nick Redfern

    It was in February 1975 that remote-viewer Ingo Swann was contacted, out of the blue, by what he personally described as a certain highly-placed figure in Washington, D.C. It was someone who guardedly advised Swann that he, Swann, would soon be receiving a telephone call from a “Mr. Axelrod.” Swann’s source quietly advised him that while he could not offer much at that time by way of a meaningful explanation, Swann should be keenly aware that the call would concern a matter of great urgency and importance. A somewhat concerned Swann waited…and waited…and waited. Finally, around four weeks later, a call arrived, and Swann was asked to make a cloak-and-dagger rendezvous, only mere hours later, at the National Museum of Natural History within the Smithsonian.

    Despite the somewhat fraught, last-minute nature of the conversation, Swann unhesitatingly agreed, and quickly – albeit with a degree of concern and trepidation – made his careful way to the meeting-place, where he was greeted by a man who Swann said looked like a Marine. Although basic formalities were exchanged, Swann was hardly clear on what was afoot: he was driven by car to a second location, where nothing less than a helicopter was waiting to take him to a destination unknown. Such was the security and secrecy surrounding the journey Swann was blindfolded for the approximately thirty-minute flight. In other words, the experience was rapidly becoming one of near-007-like proportions.

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    On landing, Swann was taken to an elevator that descended for a significant period of time – perhaps into the bowels of some secret, underground installation, Swann thought, and probably with a high degree of logical justification. With the blindfold finally removed, Swann gathered his bearings, and was then introduced to the enigmatic Mr. Axelrod, who admitted this was not his real name, but suggested to Swann it was an identity that served the particular purposes of the meeting. Axelrod wasted no time and got straight to the point, asking Swann a great deal of questions about the nature of remote-viewing. Axelrod also made it clear that he wished to make use of Swann’s skills – on what was clearly a secret operation – for a significant sum of money. It truly was one of those offers that one cannot refuse. And Swann, most assuredly, did not refuse it.

    Axelrod asked Swann, pointedly, what he knew about our Moon. Now, finally, the purpose of the strange meeting was becoming much clearer. Someone within officialdom was secretly looking to have the Moon remote-viewed – which is precisely what Swann went ahead and did. By Swann’s own admission, he was utterly floored by what he found: during an initial targeting, his mind focused in on sensational imagery of what looked to be a huge tower, similar in size to the Secretariat Building at the United Nations, but one that soared upwards from the Moon’s surface. This was no human-made structure, Swann was told: it was the work of nothing less than mysterious extraterrestrials. In follow-up remote-viewing sessions, Swann was able to perceive on the surface of the Moon a wealth of domed structures, advanced machinery, additional tall towers, large cross-like structures, curious tubular constructions across the landscape, and even evidence of what looked like extensive mining operations. Someone, or something, had secretly constructed nothing less than a Moon-base.

    Intriguingly, Swann was also able to focus his mind on what appeared to be a group of people – that appeared very human – housed in some sort of enclosure on the Moon, that were busily burrowing into the side of a cliff. The only oddity: they were all utterly naked. Rather ominously, and very quickly, at that point Axelrod terminated the experiment, amid dark and disturbing allusions to the possibility that the Moon-based entities were possibly acutely aware they were being spied upon via the means of astral-travel. It was even implied that Swann’s very actions might now place him in grave danger, if the beings decided to turn the tables and pay him a visit of a deadly, cosmic kind – which, very fortunately for Swann, they did not.


    Now, we come to the end of the story. In many respects, it’s more thought-provoking than the story of Swann. Axelrod inquired of Swann if he knew of a man named George Leonard. Swann replied that, no, he was not familiar with the name. It transpired that during that very same time-frame that the shadowy Axelrod was employing Swann to seek out the mysteries of the Moon, Leonard – an author – was hard at work, toiling on a manuscript titled Somebody Else is on the Moon. In 1977, Leonard’s manuscript appeared in book form, and, to a significant degree, focused its attention upon the very matter about which Axelrod was so deeply troubled: namely, unusual, intelligently-designed structures, or installations, on the Moon. Leonard’s publisher said:

    “Few people noticed the secret codewords used by our astronauts to describe the moon. Until now, few knew about the strange moving lights they reported. George H. Leonard, former NASA scientist, fought through the official veil of secrecy and studied thousands of NASA photographs, spoke candidly with dozens of NASA officials, and listened to hours and hours of astronauts’ tapes. Here, Leonard presents the stunning and inescapable evidence discovered during his in-depth investigation: Immense mechanical rigs, some over a mile long, working the lunar surface. Strange geometric ground markings and symbols. Lunar constructions several times higher than anything built on Earth. Vehicles, tracks, towers, pipes, conduits, and conveyor belts running in and across moon craters. Somebody else is indeed on the Moon, and engaged in activities on a massive scale. Our space agencies, and many of the world’s top scientists, have known for years that there is intelligent life on the moon.”

    The odd, near-Deep Throat-like meetings between Swann and Axelrod – on the nature of what was afoot on the Moon – continued until 1977, after which time they came to an abrupt end, with Swann, unsurprisingly, left scratching his head about the distinctly odd sequence of events. No doubt, Leonard was mystified, too.


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  5. pigfarmer

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    Not exactly an advertisement for RV. Miles long structures would probably be visible from Earth with telescopes. Those structures I remember as 'mass drivers' intended to use electromagnets like a big rail gun to put payloads into space. Much more efficient than using chemical rockets to lift materials from a much heavier gravity well. Made more sense to build Mars craft in Lunar orbit. Could be conveniently located on the opposite side I suppose.

    Since 1975 we've had quite a bit more detailed imagery. Wonder if Ingo had anything to say about that before be died.
     
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  6. Sheltie

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    I always thought it was strange that Neil Armstrong was selected to be the first person to walk on the moon. No doubt about it he was an extremely skilled pilot, but his personality seemed totally wrong for such a distinction. He was an intensely private person, often uncomfortable with the fame and notoriety the moon landing brought him. He rarely gave interviews.

    What's perhaps more mysterious is that after the mission people close to him said he became a different person. His personality and outlook on life changed, but not in the way you would expect. Though he had achieved possibly the greatest accomplishment of any human being, he often seemed sullen and depressed.

    It was almost as if he saw something unspeakable on the moon that unnerved him and deadened his psyche.
     
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  7. pigfarmer

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    I was just finishing this book about D B Cooper. I've heard interviews with the author and liked them but this book is a stinker. A book that spends too much time referencing a popular website that I have never seen has its own challenges.

    The reason I'm posting about it is that there's a chapter in which the author used RV and hypnosis to visit Flight 305 during the hijacking and then posthumously speak to Cooper himself. Says Cooper did it as part of a military operation that 'ate the FBIs' lunch - didn't know why, he was just part of a team with a mission. Said he was part of a super deep SF group that is super-duper-deeper than SOG. No doubt the ones with the UFOs too

    Yeah, well there you go. Just passing it along.

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  8. pigfarmer

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    Actually, Neil was considered to be absolutely perfect for the role. Buzz was a more emotional creature with a track record of flashes of ego and occasional conflict. They were both highly experienced combat pilots. Aldrin actually had a doctorate from MIT - he literally wrote the book regarding orbital rendezvous and operations. Armstrong was a test pilot with ice water in his veins -
    Armstrong’s Close Call

    Armstrong's personality and temperament made him first and his peers in that highly competitive group generally felt it was the correct decision. He was also closest to the door .........

    Virtually ALL of the men that went came back different in some way. Frank Borman on Apollo 8 talked about covering up the sum total of all human existence, ever, with his thumb. Buzz was an alcoholic, many had severe depression. Part of it was that unique sense of perspective they all share and most of it was all for very understandable human reasons. Denouement. I've never read or heard anything that even suggested something happened other than what we already know.
     
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  9. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    I recall a former NASA employee saying they did have such structures photographed on the moon, but the images released had them airbrushed out.
     
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  10. pigfarmer

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    got a link? I'd be interested to take a look
     
  11. Standingstones

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    There was an airman named Karl Wolfe who saw photos at NASA of structures on the Moon. This didn’t have anything to do with structures being airbrushed out however.
     
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  13. Rick Hunter

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    Occasionally when meditating or deep in thought, I have an uncomfortable but not painful feeling in the forehead chakra area. The best way I can describe it is like, something is trying to "project" itself out of my forehead. It is an intense feeling and I want it to continue to see what happens, but the feeling gets so intense that it breaks my concentration and I rub my forehead.
     
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  14. pigfarmer

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    I've been meditating, practicing forms of 'waking' meditation. A couple of times I've felt 'the slip' and think that I have somehow dialed in the physiological factors. The goal is just to visualize myself wherever I am at the moment and that slip is just about the point where it might happen. A disconnect, not particularly controlled. This is real - I don't know exactly what it is but like training with weights one day you can do something you couldn't before.
     
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  15. JahaRa

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    The title of this thread has Remote Viewing in it which is what caught my attention.

    When I was a kid I had spontaneous astral travel episodes and I also had a telepathic connection with my brother. When I was 12 I conscripted my 3 younger cousins (all female) to an experiment with telepathy. I already understood that music can be used to change emotions and I wanted to see if it could be used to enhance transmission of telepathic messages. Based on the data I found that younger children seem to be more open and one cousin, the older of the 3, seemed to have some weird fear about the experiment as she was the only one who never got a hit. It was something I pondered but never came to any conclusion why.

    I used that cousin as my verification when I started purposely astral traveling. I am "old" and long distance phone calls were expensive so we did everything through letters. She lived 200 miles away and I wrote her to think of me at a specific time on a specific day, then at that day and time I did a meditation, imagining that I had a tunnel to travel to her house and I went into the house and noted what everyone was doing, what time the clock said, etc. I wrote it all in a letter to her.

    I joined the U.S. army in 1974 and at my first duty station was subjected to some weird experiment along with about 30 others in my company. I knew something was wrong and my friend who had been in the army a long time had refused to enter the dayroom where we were told to go. I took one step in and then changed my mind but at that point it was too late. One of our sergeants wanted to know what was going on and the MP sergeants that were in the room told him to get lost if he knew what was good for him. The rest of us were divided in to two lines, and they had no clue who we were, said we had to have a vaccine. They obviously lied about the vaccine because one person ahead of me was told to get in one line for a tetnas shot and I was told to get in the other line for a tetnas shot, the person in line behind me was told to get in the same line for a different shot. It was run by some civilian in a uniform that still had the fold lines on it indicating he had just taken it out of the package and put it on. The MPs were quite intimidating and I was only 18 so I allowed it. What ever "shot" they gave us was not a vaccine and the experiment had nothing to do with anything medical as they never checked back with us. They did write our names down on a list (more proof that it was not a vaccine).

    Well, that was just one weirdness from my stint in the army but my intention was to talk about remote viewing. After spending 2 years at Ft. Gordon I got orders for Coleman Barracks 97th signal battalion. I was excited to get to go over seas. That unit and the unit I was in at Ft. Gordon are moved around a lot, neither of those units are in the same place they were in the 70's. In the late 70's the 97th Signal battalion was used to hide the remote viewing unit that was in that part of europe. I know there are other units hidden and they are moved around because of people who talk. You will never hear the truth about the army remote viewers, that is the whole point of the CIA and Maryland experimental units, to deflect attention from what is really going on.

    I was supposed to replace a viewer that left the unit a week before I got there but I refused because they came at me sideways. At that age if the colonel had told me what he wanted I would have jumped at it but also at that age I already recognized manipulation and avoided it as much as I could. I have run in to some ex army remote veiwers and their lives were messed up by it. The army did not do well by them. As for public figures that talk about the army remote viewing program the only one I find credible is David Moorehouse. Ed Dames is a paid shill spreading mostly lies to keep everyone from knowing the real truth.

    And the army still has an active remote viewer unit or probably more than one. And the unit commander is now a public figure who disavows ever having anything to do with the 97th signal battalion.
     
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  16. Toroid

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    David Wilcock wrote in one of his last two books, probably The Ascension Mysteries that he conducted mind reading/telepathy experiments when he was a kid similar to what you described. From what I've heard the SSP and other groups look for people who have the three T's, telepathy, telekinesis & teleportation.
     
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  17. JahaRa

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    I am acronym challenged. What is the SSP? The 3 T's, i have met someone who claims to be able to do telekinesis, but never anyone who has claimed to teleport. I think we are all telepathic but it is not socially acceptable and so the lie is that it is mind reading, which it is not.
     
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    The Secret Space Program.
     
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  19. JahaRa

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    The army does too. I am sure that is how I ended up in that remote viewer unit.
     
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  20. Jim_from_the_South

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    Anything you can now talk about?
     

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