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Metaphysical and psychic phenomena have long existed on the fringes of conventional science and academia. ESP, Clairvoyance, Telekinesis and Astral traveling have all been relegated to the back seat of mainstream, accepted belief systems in spite of an extensive mention of these practices down the ages, across myriad cultures. It has always been challenging for practitioners of the science to be validated by the prevailing status quo.
That however changed in 1995 when the CIA declassified a top secret program that had been training individuals in the esoteric science of ’Remote Viewing’ in which, it was claimed, people were able to envision ongoing activities in distant places and future events.
Although reminiscent of a Sci-Fi yarn, Remote viewing was tested and deployed under rigorous scientific conditions to obtain data about foreign espionage activities, counter terrorism efforts, secret military bases abroad and hidden missiles. It recognized the inherent psychic potential in humans and attempted to harness these special faculties or ’powers’ for the purposes of intelligence gathering, often of a vital nature.
The initial testing was done at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) where extensive investigations were carried out into the human mind’s capacity to transcend all bounds of time and space. SRI’s research was supported by the CIA and other government agencies for over two decades.
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They say we only use about 10% of our brain...not if you were trained in remote viewing.Metaphysical and psychic phenomena have long existed on the fringes of conventional... more
One of psychology’s most respected journals has agreed to publish a paper presenting what its author describes as strong evidence for extrasensory perception, the ability to sense future events.
The decision may delight believers in so-called paranormal events, but it is already mortifying scientists. Advance copies of the paper, to be published this year in The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, have circulated widely among psychological researchers in recent weeks and have generated a mixture of amusement and scorn.
The paper describes nine unusual lab experiments performed over the past decade by its author, Daryl J. Bem, an emeritus professor at Cornell, testing the ability of college students to accurately sense random events, like whether a computer program will flash a photograph on the left or right side of its screen. The studies include more than 1,000 subjects.
Some scientists say the report deserves to be published, in the name of open inquiry; others insist that its acceptance only accentuates fundamental flaws in the evaluation and peer review of research in the social sciences.
“It’s craziness, pure craziness. I can’t believe a major journal is allowing this work in,” Ray Hyman, an emeritus professor of psychology at the University Oregon and longtime critic of ESP research, said. “I think it’s just an embarrassment for the entire field.”
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Outrage from a bunch of quacks.One of psychology’s most respected journals has agreed to publish a paper... more
Psychology Today recently published an article called “Have Scientists Finally Discovered Evidence for Psychic Phenomena?!” an unfortunately minor exegesis regarding the large amount of “psychic” data that has appeared recently in peer-reviewed publications.
The article highlights Dr. Daryl Bem's research into “seeing into the future” and “retrograde priming study” which appropriately echoes Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s work for the last few decades (morphogenetic field theory). Regarding telepathy, Sheldrake has said, “I think all social animals have such fields…I think it’s a normal means of communication…I don’t think it’s paranormal, I think it’s normal. I don’t think it’s supernatural, I think it’s natural. I think it’s essentially a form of animal communication within groups.”
We all know the feeling of falling in love with an individual or being close with a friend or family member or group; and when separated from each other we find each other thinking or feeling the exact same thing. How many times have you answered the phone and exclaimed, “I was just thinking of you—hard!” This “entangled minds” phenomena is the basis of one of Dr. Dean Radin’s book of the same title.
Rumors of psychic abilities have steadily been bleeding in from the fringes and into the mainstream culture for the past century. From Princeton’s Engineering Anomalies Research laboratories, to government funded remote viewing projects at Stamford Research Institute, to the models of Campbell, Sheldrake, Wolf, and Radin to name a few, science (“the religion of the west”) is under pressure, now more than ever, to address the problem of consciousness—the measurer of all measurements.
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Through the rigorous program of Remote Viewing, it is possible for an individual to tap into the extra-sensory powers of the brain. Obviously, throughout history, individuals have had more natural proclivity for these abilities just as some are more athletic, smarter, etc., that we call psychic. I know the potential for telepathy and Star Wars force-like ability is inherent in our brains. We're just too busy building computers and robots supplanting our minds, instead of striving for the limits of our potential and making that quantum leap of faith towards a new Renaissance for humanity.Psychology Today recently published an article called “Have Scientists Finally... more
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Problems Solutions Innovations was formed by Lyn Buchanan, former trainer and remote viewer for the U.S. government's remote viewing (also known as the "psychic spying") unit. The unit used a science called "Controlled Remote Viewing". It was developed through laboratory research over decades of time by researchers at Stanford Research Institute, Intl., and honed in practice by the U.S. government's "Stargate" project, collecting real-time intelligence for U.S. government intelligence-gathering agencies.
Lyn retired from military service in 1992 and continued training select people within the government who knew about the program and its capabilities. In December, 1995 the CIA "effectively" declassified the government's remote viewing program and people learned of Lyn's role in it.
Controlled Remote Viewing is a very highly controlled set of physical/mental protocols which allow a person to bring something which lies hidden within the subconscious mind to the surface, and objectify it. The protocols not only take care of the processes of finding the hidden thoughts/emotions/etc., and bringing them to the surface, but also the process of keeping them "clean" of pollution from the imagination, and from emotions, desires, fears, and other contaminants which lie closer to the surface of a person's conscious awareness, and which would tend to "color" them incorrectly.
Once the communication is set up, you not only have access to the enhanced and advanced perceptions it has access to, but to everything which is in there: your phone number when you were 5 years old, where your car keys are, etc. As this happens, the occurrences of almost everything you have been doing with your mind will increase. Your attention to details (ambience), your memory recall, and yes, even information that provides insight about situations that are outside of normal understanding about time and space. It is generally the latter information which you notice most, simply because it is not the "normal" thing you have been doing. The fact is that, in learning CRV, you have not been given a new life; you have just been given more life.Problems Solutions Innovations was formed by Lyn Buchanan, former trainer and remote... more