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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #15 on: July 27, 2010, 10:47:11 AM »
So, consequently,there are days when I think"was that the event?"  Obviously, not yet. I sometimes just try to live, and wait for the event to happen, and I actually notice it, and wonder how I'll feel about knowing I will have no more days here. While writing this post, most of what I said came from the aether.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #16 on: July 27, 2010, 11:06:23 AM »
Hi Yowbarb,
You said "Jim when you say these things from the zeta site, is it something you personally
actually feel?  Or is it more like,  something we can discuss here as a possibility?"

Let's discuss them.  I am not sensitive/psychic generally, altho some minor capabilities have developed in recent years.

Several sources say that there are ETs that are indistinguishable from earth humans, so if we count them as humans, then humanity will survive somewhere, no matter what happens to us.

Certainly earth humans are close to self destructing because of pollution and resource depletion.  Evidently we are not able to avoid acting net destructively -- without (further) intervention, that is.

I personally would prefer that earth humanity be modified so as to be viable, rather than continue as we are.  We would not be the first species on Earth or elsewhere in the Galaxy, sentient or not, to become extinct.  And neither would we be the first species to ruin its' planet.  The Zetas, for example, have admitted that they ruined their planet's atmosphere to the extent that they all have to live underground.

Anyway, after we die, our souls will have many opportunities to reincarnate on various planets and in various species.  Indeed, that variety of experiences will be necessary in order to develop fully.  So why even bother to emote about the fate of earth humanity?

This Internet site has some relevant material:  http://www.thiaoouba.com/.  Read The Thiaoouba Prophecy.

Jim I feel it is totally OK, all right, to care if Humanity -and I mean earthlings, us -do survive as a group and as a species. I am aware that there are humanoid life forms throughout the universe, because that is part of my philosophy, my belief. I have known about reincarnation since I first saw the word in a dictionary about age 12. I was reading an article on Cayce myself at 15.
I do not believe it is a matter of excessive attachment, or "emoting" to care if people on earth survive or not. Of course I care. 
There is no doubt in my mind that there are some more highly advanced - technologically humanoids on other planets.  Also no doubt we earthling humans have a few things going of our own. Not ready to throw the baby out with the bathwater just because there are a lot of flawed people and just because a lot of things have gone wrong on this planet.
It is OK to believe as you do and it is OK for me to believe and feel as I do.
Peace Out,
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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #17 on: July 27, 2010, 12:28:16 PM »
So, consequently,there are days when I think"was that the event?"  Obviously, not yet. I sometimes just try to live, and wait for the event to happen, and I actually notice it, and wonder how I'll feel about knowing I will have no more days here. While writing this post, most of what I said came from the aether.

Ed, and Jim - please keep us posted what you see...
Looking forward to your posts,
Yowbarb

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #18 on: July 27, 2010, 08:16:05 PM »
I had to read my post, to see what I said. When you get in a "state of mind", it is sometimes difficult to remember what you said. This was the case today. I didn't expect it, and it came out of nowhere. Barb, while I'm thinking of it, I want you to know there is nothing, and I mean nothing to fear about passing over. I must have made it there, and was pulled back here. But the tranquility, was so amazing. Even for an old "Warrior" like myself, it was so calm, and I wanted to stay. There is nothing to fear, dear Barb.  I guess that's why it says to cry at a birth and dance at a funeral, I think, in the bible. It's a saying my mother had. The saying "he goes to a better place" is not a lie.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #19 on: July 28, 2010, 04:37:17 AM »
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guess that's why it says to cry at a birth and dance at a funeral, I think, in the bible. It's a saying my mother had. The saying "he goes to a better place" is not a lie.

That's always a wonderful thing to remind people about Ed. Most are afraid of death, I think fearing pain or just the unknown. For me I always carried a fear of suffocating, and that is what I have associated death with, just something I have had to work through for myself.

Linda
Linda :)

It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #20 on: July 28, 2010, 08:52:08 AM »
I had to read my post, to see what I said. When you get in a "state of mind", it is sometimes difficult to remember what you said. This was the case today. I didn't expect it, and it came out of nowhere. Barb, while I'm thinking of it, I want you to know there is nothing, and I mean nothing to fear about passing over. I must have made it there, and was pulled back here. But the tranquility, was so amazing. Even for an old "Warrior" like myself, it was so calm, and I wanted to stay. There is nothing to fear, dear Barb.  I guess that's why it says to cry at a birth and dance at a funeral, I think, in the bible. It's a saying my mother had. The saying "he goes to a better place" is not a lie.

Ed, this was very beautiful. I appreciate your sharing this with us.
Actually I am not so much afraid of passing as I just do not want to yet, not for at least a dozen years. 
I have a lot of unfinished business and I definitely DO want to weather the coming storm and help with
some rebuilding and see the future of my family and some friends.
Not prepared and not ready. The process of dying is often not a picnic depending upon the circumstances.
It is my belief I have been close to death a number of times, will not go into the details, breathing problem. A couple of times I must have been semi conscious. I had the definite reality there was a spirit person at the door on the outside. Pure spirit, no face actually, you know like the American Indian drawings of spirits and gods which do not have much in the way of features. She was there to escort me, if I lost my body. That has happened a few times and also a small group of spirits are there to help me. Once I suddenly nearly passed out (again it was breathing) and just before that I perceived a man in a white suit, sort of portly halfway floating above me. As if to tell me , I am not alone. Well I won't go into all the reasons why not yet for me...
Sorry it is almost impossible for me to post without getting autobiographical... I want to get into a better state of health and balance so my passing is effortless. Just stepping off from the body like an old Yogi.  (Female=Yogini.)
Surely I am not at that point right now currently. Not peaceful enough.

Honestly I do feel my family and several people need me and as long as they recognize pretty soon the importance of what I am saying, then all will be well... I tend to think of myself as a catalyst and pretty close to reality and truth. I want to end with a winning game. 

Thanks for the good thoughts, my friend, and stick around if you want to.  We all need you!

Good Thoughts,

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #21 on: July 28, 2010, 08:54:34 AM »
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guess that's why it says to cry at a birth and dance at a funeral, I think, in the bible. It's a saying my mother had. The saying "he goes to a better place" is not a lie.

That's always a wonderful thing to remind people about Ed. Most are afraid of death, I think fearing pain or just the unknown. For me I always carried a fear of suffocating, and that is what I have associated death with, just something I have had to work through for myself.

Linda

Linda, I can relate.
(Edited. Good vibes here, sparkles and sprinkles of light!)
One of my goals is to actually repair my
health and have my last years be full and productive and good ones. Then passing will be peaceful.
In the macrobiotic books it says a person in health and in balance lives to the fullest until the day he sits down in his rocking chair,  and drifts off, as if to go to sleep. Stories were recounted of a lot of healthy people up around the Vermont - Connecticutt area who would be fine, then sitting out on their porch on their rocker, peacefully pass on. That is the way to go. I totally admire that!
Well, let us all keep a good thought.

Yowbarb
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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #22 on: August 08, 2010, 10:45:07 AM »
Here is info about a book on the subject that looks good, altho I have not read it yet.
From http://www.farsight.org/FarsightPress/FarsightPress.html

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Remote viewing is the mental ability to perceive and describe places, persons, or events at distant locations in the past, present, and future. The reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon is not in dispute among a large body of respected researchers

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #23 on: August 08, 2010, 11:59:41 AM »
To Reply #22; Jim Farmer
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Wow. I read both pages of the Examiner Report. Had to bring a few million more brain cells on-line to do it though lol.
The article covers the gamut of very heavy topics. I have read a lot of books on some strange topics and their authors can
bring forth strong arguments. Even Time-Travel advocates that invoke Quantum Physics make good arguments. Teleportation
Device advocates; Ditto. As a regular person, without access to equipment to prove such claims, I ALWAYS take such deep
thought claims with a grain of salt. The only book that I take at face value when it comes to predictions is the Bible. And it
is the Bible that says that Earth will have its' day of destruction and rebirth.
What you posted was extremely interesting and enjoyed it. Thanks. I would like to point out one thing and by no means the
only good thing to highlight..........
Laura Magdalene Eisenhower was related to the ex-President of the United States; Dwight.
She came out with some amazing claims that she was part of a secret Mars colonization plan. I'll leave it to others to search
her name on the Web to see what she says......
"Are you on a 2012-13 positive future timeline? Or are you on a 2012-13 catastrophic timeline?"
I'm on A catastrophic timeline although not necessarily a 2012-2013 one. It happens when it happens.
Remote viewing is something that has to prove itself more to me. Show me a youtube video of a Remote Viewing session that
says X thing will happen next week and if it happens next week then I am one step closer to being a convert.
Nonetheless, as time goes by; The Plot Thickens.    David


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Ancient Prophecy appears to be fulfilled in the Nightly News.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #24 on: August 10, 2010, 08:05:54 AM »
All I can say is that CRV has been used by our military for a long time, and still is. It has developed beyond viewing for the military. They can do amazing things. I am not capable of these things, but I still have a look see once in a while. David, the aether is there.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #25 on: August 10, 2010, 07:02:28 PM »
RE my mortality: Not that it matters so much but I get these little messages like a certain feeling, and then I notice numbers suddenly.  Maybe it's just part of being over sixty and realizing anyone can kick off after that point, and wanting to extend one's life and wanting to accomplish something.
The number of geese I see in a flock or the number of coffee beans spilled it comes along with a certain flow...

Linda,
I get numbers like that and I go to Google Earth and plug them into the search field and look for something of value. Some times there is nothing but I mark the location it could be of value later.
Some times numbers are locations for me some times they are not.

Ken
I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer.

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #26 on: August 10, 2010, 07:35:57 PM »
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I get numbers like that and I go to Google Earth and plug them into the search field and look for something of value. Some times there is nothing but I mark the location it could be of value later.
Some times numbers are locations for me some times they are not.

Good Idea Ken I will have to try that, thanks.

Linda
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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #27 on: August 10, 2010, 09:27:03 PM »
RE my mortality: Not that it matters so much but I get these little messages like a certain feeling, and then I notice numbers suddenly.  Maybe it's just part of being over sixty and realizing anyone can kick off after that point, and wanting to extend one's life and wanting to accomplish something.
The number of geese I see in a flock or the number of coffee beans spilled it comes along with a certain flow...

Linda,
I get numbers like that and I go to Google Earth and plug them into the search field and look for something of value. Some times there is nothing but I mark the location it could be of value later.
Some times numbers are locations for me some times they are not.

Ken

Hi it was me who posted about the numbers and the spilled coffee beans and the number of geese
in a flock and all, hehe. Linda is just a young'un compared to me.
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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #28 on: August 10, 2010, 09:28:48 PM »
BTW Ken that is an interesting concept about looking up numbers in google earth...
Keep on with the ideas, I really like to hear them...
Yowbabr

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Re: What is Remote Viewing?
« Reply #29 on: August 11, 2010, 08:47:32 AM »
Ken, I'm not sure that is defined as remote viewing, unless you have been into the aether and are still attached, and have been taught how to let the important pictures come to you. ( you know what pictures to pick out of the millions that go thru your mind).  Pictures- is my identity of the things I see, they are just thoughts from some being somewhere in the universe, that has thought it, some time ago.

 

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