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Remote Viewing -- Brisbane, Australia December 2012

 
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For more info on how my husband and I perform these sessions, see this thread:

Thread: Remote Viewing Discussion -- future times / places / spontaneous OBEs

Proceed to Brisbane, Australia, December 2012. What are the most significant and newsworthy events for that month?

I saw a flag and then massive animal deaths. Like massive kangaroo deaths -- unless they're rats? Those are too big. A lot of animal deaths.

What is the cause of the animals deaths?

Water? No water.

What was the flag you saw? Describe it.

Square - not a rectangle. Square. Perfect white circle taking up almost the entire square. The remaining corners are blue. And it was either a harp or a trident. A harp with a trident? Or a trident with a harp in the center.

How do the people of Brisbane, Australia fare?

They're... They don't, they don't leave -- they hack it out. And they look up, like either they are looking at the sky or they are looking at the sky to pray? I guess a large majority of them are spiritual and they are just waiting.

What is the weather like during the month of December 2012 in Brisbane, Australia?

Its dead

Why is there no rain?

I don't know, itís just dry. Its dead.

Describe the sun.

Very yellow, very bright like what a kid would draw on a sheet of paper. Itís not - like, no orange when the sun is setting. Itís very very whitey-yellow. Very yellow.

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One thing is certain... there's a great correlation among most of the sessions that we have done/written down/recorded.... if these are telling of our own current timeline -- immense heat & drought, and possibly famine is coming & will be here for awhile.
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Thread: Remote Viewing ... Last Night's Session -- DROUGHT & FAMINE & BRAINWASHING?
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Wow, really interesting. Any news for NZ ? Thanks
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Re: Remote Viewing -- Brisbane, Australia December 2012
For more info on how my husband and I perform these sessions, see this thread:

Thread: Remote Viewing Discussion -- future times / places / spontaneous OBEs

Proceed to Brisbane, Australia, December 2012. What are the most significant and newsworthy events for that month?

I saw a flag and then massive animal deaths. Like massive kangaroo deaths -- unless they're rats? Those are too big. A lot of animal deaths.

What is the cause of the animals deaths?

Water? No water.

What was the flag you saw? Describe it.

Square - not a rectangle. Square. Perfect white circle taking up almost the entire square. The remaining corners are blue. And it was either a harp or a trident. A harp with a trident? Or a trident with a harp in the center.

How do the people of Brisbane, Australia fare?

They're... They don't, they don't leave -- they hack it out. And they look up, like either they are looking at the sky or they are looking at the sky to pray? I guess a large majority of them are spiritual and they are just waiting.

What is the weather like during the month of December 2012 in Brisbane, Australia?

Its dead

Why is there no rain?

I don't know, itís just dry. Its dead.

Describe the sun.

Very yellow, very bright like what a kid would draw on a sheet of paper. Itís not - like, no orange when the sun is setting. Itís very very whitey-yellow. Very yellow.
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So the only DOOM we are gonna get in bris is drought and some spaced out people??
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One thing is certain... there's a great correlation among most of the sessions that we have done/written down/recorded.... if these are telling of our own current timeline -- immense heat & drought, and possibly famine is coming & will be here for awhile.
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How many years CRV training OP?
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One thing is certain... there's a great correlation among most of the sessions that we have done/written down/recorded.... if these are telling of our own current timeline -- immense heat & drought, and possibly famine is coming & will be here for awhile.
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How many years CRV training OP?
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I am new to RV -- I have the LearnRV DVDs & been working through them for a few months now.

But these threads are about my husband's RV sessions which are more akin to Bob Monroe style of RV (though not exactly the same as him, either).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

If you want to know how long my husband has been meditating -- over 20 years. He has been doing these 'sessions' with me on and off over the past 11 years.

We've only just begun realizing that he may be 'onto something' for the past 8 months or so.
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Wow, really interesting. Any news for NZ ? Thanks
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None as of yet, but I can add it to our list. :-)
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One thing is certain... there's a great correlation among most of the sessions that we have done/written down/recorded.... if these are telling of our own current timeline -- immense heat & drought, and possibly famine is coming & will be here for awhile.
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How many years CRV training OP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19071511


I am new to RV -- I have the LearnRV DVDs & been working through them for a few months now.

But these threads are about my husband's RV sessions which are more akin to Bob Monroe style of RV (though not exactly the same as him, either).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

If you want to know how long my husband has been meditating -- over 20 years. He has been doing these 'sessions' with me on and off over the past 11 years.

We've only just begun realizing that he may be 'onto something' for the past 8 months or so.
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So only a few months. Thanks.
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Wow, really interesting. Any news for NZ ? Thanks
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None as of yet, but I can add it to our list. :-)
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Thankyou
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One thing is certain... there's a great correlation among most of the sessions that we have done/written down/recorded.... if these are telling of our own current timeline -- immense heat & drought, and possibly famine is coming & will be here for awhile.
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How many years CRV training OP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19071511


I am new to RV -- I have the LearnRV DVDs & been working through them for a few months now.

But these threads are about my husband's RV sessions which are more akin to Bob Monroe style of RV (though not exactly the same as him, either).

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

If you want to know how long my husband has been meditating -- over 20 years. He has been doing these 'sessions' with me on and off over the past 11 years.

We've only just begun realizing that he may be 'onto something' for the past 8 months or so.
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So only a few months. Thanks.
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Welcome.
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And since you have the Learn RV DVD set, you should know better than posting your (husbands meditations) and calling them viewing sessions, intentionally or not, relating them to Remote Viewing, because they are not, you are only confusing people. Learn RV.
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TandyM You seem to have attracted a SHILL with poor reading comprehension skills.

Keep up the interesting posts.
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GREEN for you! +5

now off to read. :)
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ok, i want to check out the other thread. :)

mind if i put this here? we had a really good thread going today about farm report and drought.

Thread: Current Farm Report...we're not the only doomers...

;) cross posted.

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I live in Brisbane. I can tell you it would take some drastic heat to make us suddenly go back into drought by December, we had record breaking rainfall and floods in many areas last year. Not many kangaroos in Brisbane itself city or suburbs but possibly driven from the bush by something they might flck here. Never seen that flag before but kinda reminds me of the many Greek restaurants around here with the white and blue colors and naughtical theme. And well I could really imagine the people of Brisbane trying to ride out something potentially catastrophic because hey we've already been through floods and drought in the past few decades we think we've seen it all already. Anyway hope nothing bad happens obviously.
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Try remote viewing locations month by month and see if the results are consistent and progressive

What if you also have to target a specific timeline
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I live in Brisbane. I can tell you it would take some drastic heat to make us suddenly go back into drought by December, we had record breaking rainfall and floods in many areas last year. Not many kangaroos in Brisbane itself city or suburbs but possibly driven from the bush by something they might flck here. Never seen that flag before but kinda reminds me of the many Greek restaurants around here with the white and blue colors and naughtical theme. And well I could really imagine the people of Brisbane trying to ride out something potentially catastrophic because hey we've already been through floods and drought in the past few decades we think we've seen it all already. Anyway hope nothing bad happens obviously.
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Gosh, me too!

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Try remote viewing locations month by month and see if the results are consistent and progressive

What if you also have to target a specific timeline
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That's the problem, isn't it? How do we target a specific timeline? How do we ensure that what we are viewing is in fact the timeline that we are on?

Truth or Fiction, its interesting to see the same motifs pop up over and over again, even though my husband doesn't remember much at all from session to session.
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And since you have the Learn RV DVD set, you should know better than posting your (husbands meditations) and calling them viewing sessions, intentionally or not, relating them to Remote Viewing, because they are not, you are only confusing people. Learn RV.
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Thanks, I actually agree with you...

But I don't ever refer to this as 'Technical remote viewing' and as I don't have a better name for it (since it is not astral travel)... and as I make a disclaimer at the top of every post referring readers to the meditative method that we are using, I have decided to continue calling it 'remote viewing' since that is actually, what he is doing. He describes it as if he is there, an invisible observer (not a body).
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TandyM You seem to have attracted a SHILL with poor reading comprehension skills.

Keep up the interesting posts.
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Thank you, R&y :-)
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Wow, really interesting. Any news for NZ ? Thanks
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None as of yet, but I can add it to our list. :-)
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Thankyou
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Did another session tonight ...New Zealand was amongst the targets. Not for December 2012 though, but for June 1st, 2013. Will upload in a day or two. Was a long session and will take me quite awhile to type it all up. I will try to post yours first though, since you asked for it.
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Thanks for bumping my thread!! banana2
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Thanks for bumping my thread!! banana2
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ROFL muaha
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**disclaimer -- who knows what timeline this is. Makes for fascinating reading either way. Especially since some of it ties into the June 1st, 2013 thread .... hmmm!

Proceed to New Zealand, June 1st, 2013 ... describe the state of the people who live in New Zealand. How do they fare?
Its um, itís like their hearts are broken and everything I'm seeing is in black and white, like they've stepped backwards. Like... like they're having to use old stuff for awhile.

Describe the cities on the coast of New Zealand on June 1st, 2013

Holes. Holes in the... big holes. Like ah... Swiss cheese holes. Here and there.

In what?

The ground

In the ground? What caused the holes to form?

Don't know, but they're really round. Itís odd looking. Like a... to describe it I Would say picture a sinkhole that's round But there's a lot of them.

Do people still live in the cities on June 1st,2013

yeah, there's people around.

If they are using old things, are they still using modern things as well? Are they using cars?

I see bicycles, two wheeled carts that you can push like wheelbarrows, horses. I see ah, like wires strung...I would say telephone poles, but they kind of look like zip lines.

Can you see electrical items? Do they work?

Yes. I see the... something you spin? You spin it? And then you've got a little bit of electricity for awhile. Like one of those noise makers ... except itís not for noise. Itís to build up a charge for a little bit

Do cell phones still work?

I don't -- I don't see any cell phones

do regular telephones still work? Land lines?

I don't see anybody using any phones

Do radios or televisions work?

Yes.

What is on the radio and the televisions? What are the broadcasts about?

Modifying farming.

Is there anything else?

No, not that I see.

Proceed to May 15th, 2013, New Zealand. Describe what you see on that day.

I see a... a train. Itís just its one of the more modern trains, a passenger train. Itís just moving down the tracks.

What is the most significant thing that happens on may 15th, 2013 in New Zealand?

Looks like um, oil leak, oil crack, oil found in the water, like a small spill. odd but not dangerous or anything. More mysterious.

What is the cause of the crack or the spill?

The mysteriousness makes no sense ... why would there be one up there?

Up there where/ describe?

Northern, above. Above it.

Western?

Northern. northern part.

Central northern? Directly north? To the east or to the west in the northern section.

As far north as you can go and still find water?

Off the coast of new Zealand?

Right, right on it.

Follow back over the moments preceding the spill and describe to me what happened to cause the spill on the northern coast of new Zealand?

They're not certain if itís a spill. The uh, it looks like um. long thin black tendrils in the water.

Proceed to may 16th, 2013 New Zealand. What do you see?

Reddish pinkish sky over a .. and old or abandoned warehouse with one or two cranes sticking up.

Is this sky unusual? or is the reddish pinkish color normal?

Its really pink. To me that's not normal

Pink like a sunset?

Really, really pink like a flower.

What position is the sun in the sky?

It looks like itís already set because its behind a mountain

Backtrack to earlier in the day, describe the sun and the sky in New Zealand on May 16th, 2013

To me it looks smaller than normal. Smaller than normal and it looks like its arcing like a ball being thrown.

Expand on that, what does that mean?

The sun was supposed to set straight down. And the sun looks like its smaller than normal and setting at like a 45 degree angle. Itís hard to know whether this is normal or not.

What is the most significant thing that happens in new Zealand on May 16th, 2013?

Cur--curiosity whether the sun has anything to do with the oil

Has the oil changed? the spill

No

When did the oil spill first appear

Nobody knows

Describe the coastal cities of New Zealand on May 16th, 2013.

They're quiet. I don't see a lot of ... I don't see people walking around,. Itís like they are afraid of the... long black stretchy oily

Do you see holes? Like sinkholes like you described?

Not at this one where I'm at, no

go to the city you saw sinkholes at before on May 16th 2013. Describe.

Giant white building, Extremely pitched roofs. It reminds me of the Munsterís house but the building is white. the building is white. There's a giant hole going straight down, itís perfectly round. The house must have been on pier and beam or on stilts or something -- it didn't fall in the hole

So there's a hole beneath the house.

In front. in front of the house, almost like if the house was it missed the house barely. and there's lots of holes, different sizes

Are people still living in the house

No its very quiet here

Go backward through the days to the day when the holes first appeared. describe

The dirt looks funny.

In what way?

Like um, like if you -- its like if you're hand you look down at the dirt and itís like did you see a vibration in the dirt or was it a trick of your mind

What is the vibration cause by?

Don't know.

What day is it?

Could be a... itís hard to tell could be a Wednesday could be a Thursday but people are not concerned because there's like a game. like A match or something that's going on. That's what they're concerned about so they donít look at the ground

The moment that they holes begin to appear describe what happens

It feels like it was um, luck for lucky for the people in that area because itís like they weren't there.

What causes the holes to appear at the moment they happen. Describe the motion of the earth.

I donít feel or see anything abnormal. The round holes being that round seem pretty weird.

Watch one happen.

I see one starting in the center like you pulled a plug out of the bottom of a bowl and let the dirt or the sand drain out from the center. And then I see another one like you pulled the cork out of a bowl of sand and the hole on the bottom was on the edge and it just drained out.

What is happening in the sky during this moment?

It feels like when the holes start showing up it gets cold for a little bit like it cools off and then when the holes are done it goes back to normal temperature.

How long does it take for the process of the holes to form from start to finish. what length of time?

Oh it was pretty quick.... a minute?

What position is the sun in the sky?

The holes are there and you can't see its like it gets cold and its overcast and the holes show up and then it warms back up and things clear back up again.

Go to the location of the oil spill at the moment that they holes appear. Describe that area.

Rough waves big brown rocks. The long tendril black must be pretty thick to still be a tendril in waves like that. it goes out from the like from the from the shore out into the water. out and to the like and to the left and its going to follow the shoreline a little bit itís not a perfectly straight line though -- its jagged but its pretty thick Itís like the water's not uh, loosening it up. Itís like its staying in its icky tendril form.

Can you follow the tendrils into the water and find its source?

No

Proceed forward to the moment in which new Zealanders begin having to use old methods. what happens top cause them to go back in time?

They don't they don't travel back through time, they just use old ways of doing things. They -- its like the cities are torn up and they've got no choice but to use whatever they can to exist from day to day.

So it is the event of the holes that caused them to have to use old methods instead of modern technology?

Yes, it is .. itís just a lot of holes.
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A real remote viewer does not bother
with the future...too many timelines.
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My god, we may be in for some major changes.
Thankyou for your posting.

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