Saturday, March 16, 2013

Schrödinger's Cat: Adventures in Remote Viewing

I have always been fascinated by the concept of precognitive powers, specifically the ability to peer into the future. I have been blessed with a benign form of psychic ability myself, and have relied on this gift many times in the past to keep me out of danger! Any regular reader of Too Much Information will definitely get a grasp of my interest in what the media has dubbed "the paranormal". To me, this isn't the paranormal but rather an instinctive and self-protective trait that most of us possess, but many of us fail to realize our own potential to see past the here and now.

When I wrote a post about the Webbot Project  early last year, it was the culmination of years of studying the psychic potential in all of us. The Web Bot Project software has been shown to eerily predict the future by patrolling the Internet and singling out key words and phrases that form a prediction of a future event via humanity's "collective consciousness". The entire theory is based on the fact that we each possess the ability to see briefly into the future. Studies in a controlled environment have proven that the average person can see six seconds into the future. While this may not seem like a great deal, seeing six seconds into the future can possibly save you from a terrible car crash or other form of deadly incident.

Remote viewing also relies on a similar theory. The Farsight Institute as well as Major Ed Dames have made headlines with their proven remote viewing techniques that have successfully managed to pinpoint targets and make accurate predictions regarding future events. Dr. Courtney Brown of the Farsight Institute conducted an experiment involving top military grade remote viewers several years ago to look into the "Post-2012" phenomenon. At the time, the Internet community was abuzz with Apocalypse Fever that the "End of the World" would take place on December 21, 2012, due to the day being the supposed end date of the Mayan Long Count Calendar system.

The remote viewers in the experiment were asked to pinpoint random target locations across the globe through their viewing techniques using two separate time lines: One timeline was specified to involve the admission by world governments that extra-terrestrials did indeed exist and had visited Earth, while the other time line had no such admission being made. The initial intent of the experiment was to determine the future effects of "climate change" on our planet.

To Dr. Courtney Brown's surprise, the remote viewers did not pick up on climate change, but rather significant impact events across the planet during the 2012-2013 time frame! A majority of the remote viewers were seeing catastrophic impact-related events in locations thousands of miles away from each other. Viewers were predicting massive tsunami waves crashing into Sydney, Australia, as well as reaching far-inland locations such as Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa! These tsunami waves as well as increased volcanism were seen as being caused by asteroid or cometary impacts. You can view coverage of the Farsight Institute's symposium regarding the long-range predictions in the video below:

While no specific dates were given for these impact events, the viewers were certain that this would take place before the end of 2013. Flash forward to February 15 of this year, when a large meteor exploded in the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Siberia, Russia,. The detonation was later determined to have had the explosive power of more than 50 Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs and shattered windows, set off car alarms, caused buildings to collapse, disrupted telephone and Internet service as well as injuring thousands of people. Was this the event the remote viewers were observing, or is it just the first volley in a series of impact events? The atmospheric explosion took place on the same day as the extremely close fly-by of Asteroid 2012 DA14. NASA claims that the Russian event (as well as a smaller meteor detonation over Cuba less than 24 hours later) was "unrelated to DA14." 

Only a few weeks later, another large asteroid was spotted via telescope, coming perilously close to Earth once again. Now, there are a series of bright comets scheduled to whiz through our solar system, including the already visible Comet Pann-Stars, as well as Comet Lemmon. The "Great" Comet ISON is expected to give our planet one of the most spectacular shows in human history later this year, with scientists predicting it could be one of the brightest comets ever witnessed and be visible during the day! 

Are these comet fly-by's associated with what the remote viewers are witnessing? I must admit, the timing of these events are spot-on with these predictions. Another panel of remote viewers is picking up on a "celestial object" that has a connection with a short-term population loss of approximately 1.5 billion people. 

What is causing the increase in Earth-threatening space debris as well as the increase in comets entering our solar system from the Oort Cloud? Are we living during the catastrophic timeline seen by the viewers, or are we on an alternate timeline where these potential events will NOT take place?  Personally, I hope we are not on the catastrophic timeline, but only time will tell. Many things can alter the timeline, in both positive or negative ways. God speed to all the readers of my website and thank you for your support!

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