Third Eye Sight: Remote Viewing

Dejan Corovic

As above, so bellow
The idea of personal work/development is in part to achieve such states without the use of outer assistance or tools...


That's purist's view.

Its great to be able connect undiscovered human abilities with science. We are talking about new physics here, so it would be nice to have instrumental proof.


As Above So Below
That's purist's view.

Its great to be able connect undiscovered human abilities with science. We are talking about new physics here, so it would be nice to have instrumental proof.

I'm not denying the benefits of using such technology to achieve one's goals...All I was saying was that these are tools and should be looked upon as such and use them as tools to accomplish goals and one of those goals should be getting to a point where such tools are no longer needed...



Can parallel worlds be remote viewed?...

Okay, a few things to say here, This Video is from a guy called AJ , he does a show called the why files, What is neat about this show is all of his information is researched , and while he does tend to bias lean into the paranormal, he remains pretty accurate in his information,.

This one is about project gateway, an officially studied remote viewing technique, that apparently anyone can achieve.

Also my personal thoughts, I believe the very reason some phenomena like remote viewing and precognition and telepathy exist is because,. One spiritual realization, weather we understand why this is or not,. People often come to understand " we are all the same, we are connected"

I tend to believe, there is one consciousness,. A force , or a field, or fundamental aspect of existence,. And we are all part of that same consciousness we experience our realities individually, and in this way, that one shared consciousness amongst us all can amass infinite knowledge or experience. Perhaps like an akashic field kind of situation.. I don't know,. Sometimes we can get so caught up in rabbit holes we get lost in the maze of it all.


I think "anybody can achieve" is grossly misleading. One needs to be talented as a hell to do it.
I don't know, I haven't tried this method, but , I have practiced the techniques to invoke lucid dreaming. Id assume, In lucid dream state, one may be able to remote view to some extent.


Fratty and out of touch.
I also want to reference last night's new episode of The Why Files (my favorite YouTube channel!). I thought it was one AJ Gentile's best videos so far. Having a background in the entertainment industry instead of physics, he tends to explain things in laymen's terms that people like me can understand. In this video he mentions Project Stargate but mainly talks about how remote viewing can not only see other places, it can see back in time. This is possible due to the torsion of time, which ties into Einstein's Cortan Theory. It's all about the bending of time.


earth human
I also want to reference last night's new episode of The Why Files (my favorite YouTube channel!). I thought it was one AJ Gentile's best videos so far. Having a background in the entertainment industry instead of physics, he tends to explain things in laymen's terms that people like me can understand. In this video he mentions Project Stargate but mainly talks about how remote viewing can not only see other places, it can see back in time. This is possible due to the torsion of time, which ties into Einstein's Cortan Theory. It's all about the bending of time.

That was a fun one.
I hope it is as easy as setting up mirrors


As Above So Below

Mysteries of the Moon: Aliens, Anubis and the FBI

By: Nick Redfern

According to the family of a Raymond Wallis, he was someone who, in 1975, took on the alias of a “Mr. Axelrod,” when the remote-viewers at Area 51 were focusing their attention not on the Russians or the Chinese, but on the Moon. Something strange had caught the attention of those working on the program. Reportedly, and incredibly, several of the remote-viewers had significant success in psychically uncovering evidence that there were several underground, alien bases on the Moon. So the story goes, the team hit a brick-wall because, in a rather sinister fashion, the aliens somehow knew when they were being watched. So, the team decided to do something that they rarely ever did. They decided to go outside of the box – or in their case a secure series of rooms at Area 51’s S-4 – and approach one of the leading figures in the field of remote-viewing, a man named Ingo Swann. A secret, Area 51-based group interested in the mysteries of the Moon? The possibility that it is home to a race of extraterrestrials that live deep below its surface? It sounds incredible. It is, however, amazing fact: Swann himself publicly confirmed the story, which probably did not please the team at Area 51.

Swann, who died in 2013, was considered to be one of the U.S. Government’s leading Remote-Viewers, those near-unique individuals whose psychic powers and extra-sensory perception (ESP) were harnessed, from the 1970s onwards, to spy on the former Soviet Union. Swann proved to be a highly-skilled remote-viewer, one whose talents were employed on a number of espionage-themed operations focusing on overseas targets that might have proven hostile to the United States. As a result, Swann came into contact with a variety of shadowy figures within the realm of government secrecy, and the world of intelligence-gathering, including a truly Machiavellian character known, very mysteriously, only by the name of Mr. Axelrod – seemingly a leading figure in this hidden group.

It was in February 1975 that Swann was contacted out of the blue by what he personally described as a certain highly-placed figure in Washington, D.C., who guardedly advised Swann that he, Swann, would soon be receiving a telephone call from the aforementioned 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.

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 (in reality, Raymond Wallis), 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.

Notably, Axelrod also 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. The odd, near-Deep Throat-like meetings between Swann and Axelrod / Wallis – 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. Had Swann really psychically accessed a fantastically-advanced base on the Moon that had been constructed by space-faring extraterrestrials? Or, does the fact that Swann recalled those working on the facility looked like everyday members of the Human Race – albeit naked ones! – mean that this was a secret installation of very terrestrial origins, one that Axelrod was trying to learn more about, due to being left out of a particular, highly classified governmental loop? Moving on...

Is it possible that we have secretly made bases on the Moon? Or below it? Today, I'm going to tell you the intriguing story of Project Horizon. It fell under the auspices of the U.S. Army, and had its origins in the latter part of the 1950s. The plan was to take the first steps towards constructing an installation on the surface of the Moon by the mid-1960s. The goal was for the base to be armed with nuclear weapons and which could be used to decimate the Soviet Union if the United States was hit by a sneak attack and the infrastructure of the nation was significantly destroyed.After much preliminary discussion, it was in late March 1959 that the ambitious program was finally put into place. Overseeing many of the plans to create the secret base was Lieutenant General Arthur G. Trudeau. At the time, Trudeau was the Army’s Chief of Research and Development. Now-declassified files on Project Horizon demonstrate that Trudeau and his team estimated it would cost approximately $6 Billion to design, build and fully equip a base on the Moon. In a document titled “Project Horizon: A U.S. Army Study for the Establishment of a Lunar Military Post,” Trudeau wrote the following words:

“There is a requirement for a manned military outpost on the Moon. The lunar outpost is required to develop and protect potential United States interests on the Moon; to develop techniques in Moon-based surveillance of the Earth and space, in communications relay, and in operations on the surface of the Moon, for further exploration into space and for military operations on the Moon if required; and to support scientific investigations on the Moon.”

The initial goal was for the Moon base to be relatively small, which made a great deal of sense. After all, we’re talking about entirely new territory and revolutionary technology. So, the plan was to slowly make the base bigger and bigger as time went on. But, initially, it would be something akin to a North Pole outpost, with a staff of around just one to two dozen. Using the base as a strategic military facility, as well as a place in which the mysteries of the Moon and the Solar System could be carefully and secretly studied, ensured that America would have a significant lead over the Soviets – who were clearly a major threat at the time.

In fact, on this issue of a potential Soviet threat, the Project Horizon team gave serious and deep consideration to the possibility that the Russians might very well try and destroy the base – possibly even with Russian cosmonauts invading the base and armed to the teeth with high-tech weaponry. On the scientific side of things, a great deal of research was focused on ensuring that the base would have a plentiful supply of water and oxygen – which, of course, none could live without. Plans were initiated to have vast shuttle craft send endless supplies of water and food to the base – that is, until the staff became completely self-sufficient, which was seen as completely feasible. In theory, at least.

As for how and where, exactly, the base would be constructed, Project Horizon’s scientists were of the opinion that the best option would be to build it in an already-existing, natural crater. Such was the enthusiasm for the program, an estimation was made that the initial construction of the base could begin in 1965 – which was four years before Neil Armstrong set foot on the surface of the Moon. Project workers suggested that it might be wise to construct significant parts of the base underground, chiefly to protect it from not just the Soviets, but from natural space debris too, such a fragments of meteorites. Although Project Horizon was seen as a major (and secret) program of the military, it was ultimately deemed to be way too far ahead of itself. The military concluded that the plans for the creation of Project Horizon to begin in 1965 were overly ambitious in the extreme and the program was cancelled. What was once on the horizon was finally no more. Now, to the mystery of a certain Space Shuttle titled Challenger.

Although NASA’s official conclusion was that the destruction of the Space Shuttle Challenger - in 1986 - and the deaths of the crew were the collective result of a terrible accident, in no time at all conspiracy theories surfaced, all of which suggested the event was not the accident that many concluded it to be. They were conspiracy theories that reached the very heart of the FBI. Interestingly, the FBI did not ignore or write-off the claims. Instead, they launched concerted investigations to get to the truth. We know this, as the FBI’s lengthy file on the Challenger conspiracy has now been declassified, thanks to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. Less than twenty-four hours after the Challenger explosion took place, the office of William H. Webster, then the director of the FBI, received a memorandum from the agency’s office in Boston, Massachusetts. It was a memo that described something disturbing and controversial. Barely forty-eight hours before the shuttle was destroyed, a reporter at the city’s Channel 7 news took a phone call from an anonymous man who claimed that, according to the FBI’s files, “he was part of a group of three people who were going to sabotage the Shuttle, causing it blow up and kill all aboard.”

Boston-based FBI agents wasted no time, at all, in hitting the offices of Channel 7. The staff was extensively interviewed, as the Bureau sought to gather all the available facts. Unfortunately, they were scant, but revolved around the caller’s claims that “horrible things” were about to befall NASA and the Challenger crew, and that no less than “five people are going to be killed.” Who by, was the big mystery facing the FBI. It turned out, however, that the Bureau assumed it would be a big mystery, given that the caller was anonymous and seemingly long gone. That was not quite the case. For one of the agents, this was all too familiar, as a particularly notable, and now-declassified, FBI report shows. In part, the document reports that: “During briefing of SAC [Special Agent in Charge], ASAC [Assistant Special Agent in Charge], and appropriate supervisory personnel relative to aforementioned and employment of agent personnel, it was recalled that in September of 1985, a walk in complainant, of questionable mentality, had intimated that he had been responsible for the delay of previous Shuttles, plane crashes and other catastrophic events.”

Agents that worked on the case well remembered the odd man, who clearly displayed far more than a few psychological issues. As a result, it didn’t take them long to find and arrest the man. He was quickly subjected to what was described as a “five-day mental evaluation.” It was clear to the FBI that the man was not faking his deranged mindset. As a result, he was released without charge, providing he underwent therapy, and took whatever drugs the responding doctors determined he needed to take to try and ensure at least a degree of stability. It must be said, though, that even some of the FBI agents on the case expressed their suspicions that there might have been more to the matter than met the eye. Yes, admittedly, the man had made a number of prior predictions about a terrible disaster concerning the Challenger space shuttle. But, this one was unlike any of the previous ones: not only did the man correctly predict the destruction of the shuttle; he also predicted it just two days before the disaster actually happened. The FBI was far from done with space shuttle-based conspiracy theories, however.

At the same, precise time that agents of the Boston office of the FBI were pursuing leads on the destruction of Challenger, something of a very similar nature was going down in California. The story is told in a summary document, one which was prepared by FBI agents in April 1986, after the investigation was finally closed. The document in question is titled Space Shuttle Challenger, Information Concerning Launch Explosion, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, January 28, 1986, dated April 18, and reads as follows: “On January 31, 1986, the FBI Resident Agency in Santa Ana, California was advised by [identity deleted] that he believes the Challenger exploded due to its being struck by laser beams fired from either Cuba or an aircraft. [Source] stated that a review of film footage of the explosion revealed brown puffs of smoke coming from the Space Shuttle just prior to the explosion. He stated leaks from the fuel tanks would produce white smoke, not brown smoke. [Source] said that the brown smoke would be produced each time the craft took a ‘hit’ by the laser beam, and the explosion occurred when the laser beam penetrated the skin of the craft.”

The FBI took careful steps to speak with leading figures in the field of laser-based weaponry – both in the U.S. military and the private sector. Interestingly, just about everyone told the FBI that the scenario was theoretically possible – and disturbingly so – but was considered unlikely. Precisely why the scenario was dismissed -when there was a near unanimous consensus that just such a thing could really be achieved - is curious. Unfortunately, certain portions of the documents that have been declassified on this matter are significantly redacted, thus making it practically impossible to secure the full story. Moving on from Massachusetts and California, the story then takes us to Dallas, Texas. It was early March when the Bureau’s office in Dallas began investigating the claims of a man who worked in the movie industry. He believed that footage he recorded and carefully analyzed showed “something” flying through the sky and hitting one of the two boosters responsible for getting the shuttle into the skies, and “subsequently causing the explosion.” FBI agents were sufficiently concerned to secure the footage - which they did, after a lengthy interview with the man, whose name is deleted from the available files.

The matter was ultimately dismissed; although it should be noted that the files reflect the man was perceived as nothing less than a good, concerned citizen, and not someone displaying mental issues, or working to a suspicious agenda. The most bizarre story of all was still to come, however. Demonstrating that the FBI’s study of the Challenger explosion was very much a nationwide one, the story now takes us to Washington, D.C. It’s a strange saga, made even stranger by the fact that, even today, nearly thirty pages of material on the affair remain classified – specifically for reasons having a bearing on the safety of the nation. It revolved around the claims of a woman who maintained two things: (a) that the destruction of the space shuttle was the work of Japanese terrorists, and (b) that her information on the matter was channeled into her mind by highly advanced extraterrestrials.

From practically the very beginning, the FBI’s files detail the controversy surrounding the woman in question. The Bureau recorded, in its documents on the case that the woman “claims to be in contact with certain psychic forces that provide her with higher information on selected subjects. She refers to these forces as ‘Source’ and when providing information from Source she often speaks in the collective ‘we.’ [She] claimed that she had come to Washington, D.C. to provide information concerning the Challenger Space Shuttle explosion on 1/28/86.” She did precisely that and provided the information on February 24, 1986. Her claims were controversial: she maintained that the terrorist group in question was partly comprised of two workers at the Kennedy Space Center and one of the astronauts that died in the disaster: mission-specialist. As the FBI agents working on the case listened carefully - and, perhaps, a bit dubiously too - they were told that the group in question had a deep hatred of the United States and, by destroying the shuttle, wished to destabilize the U.S. space program and American moral. Whether the woman’s story was true or not, it is a fact that the U.S. public was indeed shocked to the core, and the space shuttle program was put on hold for no less than thirty-two months.

When the agents asked the woman how the sabotage was achieved, they got a detailed answer: “The explosion was effected by a device placed inside the external fuel tank of the Shuttle. An individual whose description seems to match that of an engineer or technician placed this charge. The charge was triggered by a second saboteur using a hand-held transmitter while standing in the crowds watching the Shuttle lift-off. The individual matches the description of a guard or security person. The astronaut saboteur chose to die in the explosion as a sort of ritual death or ‘cleansing.’” As with all of the previous cases that the FBI had looked into, this one led nowhere – at least, that is the assumption, since no arrests were made. The odd affair came to a complete halt just weeks after it commenced. The destruction of the Challenger space shuttle, on January 28, 1986 remains to this day one of the worst moments in NASA’s history. Whether it was a moment provoked by nothing stranger than a terrible accident, or something filled to the brim with conspiracy theories and sinister, ruthless characters, very much depends on who you ask.

For decades, numerous nations, all around the world, have done their utmost to try and harness the mysterious powers of the mind and utilize them as tools of nothing less than espionage. Sometimes, as we shall soon see, digging into matters of the mind can get one killed. Extra-sensory perception (ESP), clairvoyance, precognition, and astral-projection have all been utilized by the CIA, the KGB, and British Intelligence on more than a few occasions. As astonishing as it may sound, the world of psychic 007’s is all too real. It’s a subject that has been researched, with varying degrees of success, for decades. In his 1997 book Remote Viewers, Jim Schnabel told the story of the U.S. Intelligence community’s involvement in the controversial issue of psychic spying that largely began in the early-to-mid 1970s. Commenting on the skills of a talented remote-viewer in relation to matters of a UFO nature, one Pat Price, Schnabel noted Price was of the opinion that "…Alaska’s Mount Hayes, the jewel of a glacial range northeast of Anchorage, housed one of the aliens' largest bases." According to Pat Price, the aliens that lived deep inside Mount Hayes were very human looking, differing only in their heart, lungs, blood, and eyes. Ominously, he added that the aliens use “thought transfer for motor control of us."

Price’s sudden and untimely death from a heart attack in 1975 indirectly led the CIA – according to the official story, at least - to minimize its research into psychic espionage. Tim Rifat, who has deeply studied the world of top secret, governmental research into psychic spying, says of Pat Price’s death: "It was alleged at the time that the Soviets poisoned Price. It would have been a top priority for the KGB to eliminate Price as his phenomenal remote-viewing abilities would have posed a significant danger to the USSR’s paranormal warfare buildup. He may also have been the victim of an elite group of Russian psi-warriors trained to remotely kill enemies of the Soviet Union." Now, let's take a look at an equally strange RV program, but of a very different nature - and that's putting it mildly! Now, it's time to take a look at the phenomenon of the werewolf-like Dogmen. They play a role in all of this.

While there are numerous theories for what the Dogmen are (demonic entities, shape-shifters, a rare/unique kind of wolf; the list goes on) the strangest of all the theories is that which suggests the creatures are extraterrestrials. Yes, you did read that right. In 2005, Dogman expert Linda Godfrey was contacted by a man – a military whistle-blower, we might say – who was an expert in the field of remote-viewing. According to Godfrey’s Edward Snowden-like source, the U.S. Government has uncovered data suggesting that the Dogmen are a very ancient, alien race that closely resembles the ancient deity of the Underworld. And who might that be? It’s Anubis, that’s who. Godfrey’s informant also discovered – via remote-viewing – that the Dogmen can "jump" from location to location via portals or doorways in the fabric of space and time. That’s quite a story told to Godfrey: Dogmen from the stars that have a connection to Anubis.