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So this happened in 2003 when I was 10 years old. It was spring afternoon and I was taking a shower. I usually stay quite a while showering because it makes me feel relaxed and that day I was very relaxed, when suddently it hit me. I saw quick pictures of a truck, a bus, parts of metal, the picture of a journalist presenting breaking news about an accident. I also saw general pictures of the place of the supposed accident happend ( a place nearly 200 km from where I live, which is in Athens and place we always pass through our way to my fathers village every summer). I had witnessed an accident between a bus full of passengers and a truck carring something heavy, probably metal or something similar to it. For some reason I was sure people were dead.

All that happened in a glimpse of a second. The funny thing is that I was emotionally detached from what I had just saw, something I wasn't expecting from my 10-year-old self. I finished my bath and headed towards the living room where my mother was, to ask her if she saw anything on TV about an accident in " a place full of trees and a lake or something" (yada yada ya... I didn't remembered the name of the place at the time, when I descripted it to her she told me the name). Anyway, she said no, I said "Well it's gonna take an hour or so for the cameras to get there" and moved on to her room, to watch TV and wait for the news.

We had a little argument on me having a big imagination, but after an hour guess what? An accident did happened the same way I had it in my mind, the same place, involing a truck and a bus, people dead, the same reporter I imagined announcing it on the breaking news.

A few years ago I saw a reference for the place where it happened on wikipedia, I don't know how to write the place in english (because it's in greek :P) and I'm afraid to do so thinking that some greeks in glp may be relatives to one of the dead so I really have to think about it and post the name of the place or the actual date when that happened.

Apart from that ( and ofc hoping that you believe me) what do you think that was? I read a couple of years before about remote viewing and the examples of their experience sounded similar to mine. Did you faced anything similar?

Btw sorry sorry for my english. hiding

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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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Seems to me what you did wasn't so much remote viewing as it is visual precognition.1dunno1 I can account for the precognition because I've done it before but never so clearly as you did and I wasn't able to pin down a time frame.
“The most important things are the hardest to say. They are the things you get ashamed of, because words diminish them -- words shrink things that seemed limitless when they were in your head to no more than living size when they're brought out. But it's more than that, isn't it? The most important things lie too close to wherever your secret heart is buried, like landmarks to a treasure your enemies would love to steal away. And you may make revelations that cost you dearly only to have people look at you in a funny way, not understanding what you've said at all, or why you thought it was so important that you almost cried while you were saying it. That's the worst, I think. When the secret stays locked within not for want of a tellar but for want of an understanding ear.” Stephen King
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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Well, I'm also quite skeptical of it as no credible results of any experiments about remote viewing exist. But even if remote viewing is bullshit, coincidentally it has many in common to my experience. You can take it as an example to what I saw, so if I didn't explaned it in a way that's understandable, you can get the big picture by remote viewing stories.
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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Seems to me what you did wasn't so much remote viewing as it is visual precognition.1dunno1 I can account for the precognition because I've done it before but never so clearly as you did and I wasn't able to pin down a time frame.
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It's been 10 years since then but I think that the time that I saw it was the time it was happening. On the other hand the frame of the guy in the news announcing that thing wasn't... Isn't visual precognition happening only for future events?
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You need to take Ed Dames class.
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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Yes its only for future events. There are a load of other things that can be seen though that are not catagorized as a typical remote view or simple precognition though. Spirits and the like, I dont claim to know much of anything though, so I guess it depends the state of your mind and what it felt like when you linked in and saw it.

I just tend to think when your flashing images like that alot of times there is other stuff thrown in the mix with it images possibly current possibly future, voices etc. and then if you try and direct it it changes the whole dynamics of the experience.

Have you been able to repeat this at all? Any dreams? Meditation or hypnosis?
“The most important things are the hardest to say. They are the things you get ashamed of, because words diminish them -- words shrink things that seemed limitless when they were in your head to no more than living size when they're brought out. But it's more than that, isn't it? The most important things lie too close to wherever your secret heart is buried, like landmarks to a treasure your enemies would love to steal away. And you may make revelations that cost you dearly only to have people look at you in a funny way, not understanding what you've said at all, or why you thought it was so important that you almost cried while you were saying it. That's the worst, I think. When the secret stays locked within not for want of a tellar but for want of an understanding ear.” Stephen King
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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Never heard Brown before. Share link?
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Yes its only for future events. There are a load of other things that can be seen though that are not catagorized as a typical remote view or simple precognition though. Spirits and the like, I dont claim to know much of anything though, so I guess it depends the state of your mind and what it felt like when you linked in and saw it.

I just tend to think when your flashing images like that alot of times there is other stuff thrown in the mix with it images possibly current possibly future, voices etc. and then if you try and direct it it changes the whole dynamics of the experience.

Have you been able to repeat this at all? Any dreams? Meditation or hypnosis?
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The only voices I heard were the sounds of the impact and the reporter annourcing the news, the same reporter I saw one image of. There were no other pictures, everything I saw were somehow related to that accident. I wasn't even trying for something like it, it just happened.

No I haven't tried to repeat it with meditation or hypnosis, mostly because I'm not experienced at those fields. If you have anything that can help, send a link, it doesn't hurt to know more stuff, right? tounge

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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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That was my sense, too, that he was somehow threatened into pulling the plug on his remote viewing experiment before it could have a chance to prove itself, which will be on or before June 1, 2013.

Otherwise, he would have taken the position of "let's wait and see".
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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Never heard Brown before. Share link?
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[link to farsight.org]
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Courtney Brown proved that remote viewing is bullshit. He acquired a team of the best remote viewers in the world and the saw a massive tsunami hitting all corners of the erath by june. A month ago he said that they were remote viewing different timelines and that remote viewing is not reliable because of the multitudes of timelines.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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That was my sense, too, that he was somehow threatened into pulling the plug on his remote viewing experiment before it could have a chance to prove itself, which will be on or before June 1, 2013.

Otherwise, he would have taken the position of "let's wait and see".
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Right? Because if what he is now claiming is true than it only means that remote viewing is not applicable in reality for it predicts nothing since there is the option of different timelines. I guess we will see in about 30 days.
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We'll know by June 1, 2013 whether Courtney's remote viewing experiment was accurate. Please see farsight.org for a more thorough explanation of this.
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I was a full blown believer in his work until he threw remote viewing under the bus. At first I thought maybe someone got to him and forced him to make such an announcement.
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Never heard Brown before. Share link?
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[link to farsight.org]
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Thanks, I'll check it out in the morning

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The fact that he is now discrediting his own remote viewing experiment does not change what his team of remote viewers viewed in 2008, which was major global cataclysms before June 1, 2013.
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The following link has a lot of info on the Global Coastal Event, which coincides with the results of Courtney Brown's remote viewing experiment:

[link to www.transients.info]
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The fact that he is now discrediting his own remote viewing experiment does not change what his team of remote viewers viewed in 2008, which was major global cataclysms before June 1, 2013.
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What I know about remote viewing is the ability to look through space and it's not really relative to time. The US gov experimented on it in order to have access to information at the same time, but on a different place in space. I am not aware of the ability for prognosis in remote viewing.

I also have to point out that before June 1st 2013 means any date before that, so even the Deucalion's cataclysm counts as a cataclysm before June 1st. Their prognosis is too general to count it as important, but who knows.

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If anyone has experienced something similar, please share.
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I found an english refference of it in wikipedia.

Tempe has become notorious for the poor condition of the road passing through it and for horrible accidents that have happened there. The most severe happened in 2003: an entire 11th grade class of 21 students from the village of Makrochori (Prefecture of Imathia) perished when a truck carrying plywood, coming from the opposite direction, hit their bus on its side.[3] Although the driver was able to reduce the truck's velocity in just a few seconds, sideways momentum was conserved by the plywood which detached from the vehicle and sliced into the left side of the coach, instantly killing many of the passengers.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Personally I do not put much faith in Courtney Brown as far as remote viewers go. Joe McMoneagle seems more credible to me.
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Personally I do not put much faith in Courtney Brown as far as remote viewers go. Joe McMoneagle seems more credible to me.
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Why's that? cool2
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Personally I do not put much faith in Courtney Brown as far as remote viewers go. Joe McMoneagle seems more credible to me.
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Why's that? cool2
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Because Joseph Mcmoneagle is the most accurate remote viewer ever produced by the military. His record of 'hits' is said to be the best of anyone.

I read a book of his called "Remote viewing secrets" which was pretty awesome. From what i can tell he doesn't hold a very high opinion of people like Ed Dames and Courtney Brown. He is certainly not a doom and gloomer making all sorts of sensationalistic claims like a lot of these guys do.

From what I can tell, he doesn't think remote viewing the future is possible.
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Personally I do not put much faith in Courtney Brown as far as remote viewers go. Joe McMoneagle seems more credible to me.
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Why's that? cool2
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Because Joseph Mcmoneagle is the most accurate remote viewer ever produced by the military. His record of 'hits' is said to be the best of anyone.

I read a book of his called "Remote viewing secrets" which was pretty awesome. From what i can tell he doesn't hold a very high opinion of people like Ed Dames and Courtney Brown. He is certainly not a doom and gloomer making all sorts of sensationalistic claims like a lot of these guys do.

From what I can tell, he doesn't think remote viewing the future is possible
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That's exactly my opinion too, mainly because of my experience. Also from the research I had done about the Stargate Project, nowhere in any source about the project does it state that remote view techniques can be used for future predictions.

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For anyone who doesn't know Stargate Project

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So this happened in 2003 when I was 10 years old. It was spring afternoon and I was taking a shower. I usually stay quite a while showering because it makes me feel relaxed and that day I was very relaxed, when suddently it hit me. I saw quick pictures of a truck, a bus, parts of metal, the picture of a journalist presenting breaking news about an accident. I also saw general pictures of the place of the supposed accident happend ( a place nearly 200 km from where I live, which is in Athens and place we always pass through our way to my fathers village every summer). I had witnessed an accident between a bus full of passengers and a truck carring something heavy, probably metal or something similar to it. For some reason I was sure people were dead.

All that happened in a glimpse of a second. The funny thing is that I was emotionally detached from what I had just saw, something I wasn't expecting from my 10-year-old self. I finished my bath and headed towards the living room where my mother was, to ask her if she saw anything on TV about an accident in " a place full of trees and a lake or something" (yada yada ya... I didn't remembered the name of the place at the time, when I descripted it to her she told me the name). Anyway, she said no, I said "Well it's gonna take an hour or so for the cameras to get there" and moved on to her room, to watch TV and wait for the news.

We had a little argument on me having a big imagination, but after an hour guess what? An accident did happened the same way I had it in my mind, the same place, involing a truck and a bus, people dead, the same reporter I imagined announcing it on the breaking news.

A few years ago I saw a reference for the place where it happened on wikipedia, I don't know how to write the place in english (because it's in greek :P) and I'm afraid to do so thinking that some greeks in glp may be relatives to one of the dead so I really have to think about it and post the name of the place or the actual date when that happened.

Apart from that ( and ofc hoping that you believe me) what do you think that was? I read a couple of years before about remote viewing and the examples of their experience sounded similar to mine. Did you faced anything similar?

Btw sorry sorry for my english. hiding

PS: I see that the flag I have is American. I'm Greek and this happened when I was in Athens
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It kind of happened to me I started to cry because all unjustice in the world. It started to rain as deluge, lighting, sky was down to earth. I never cried so much in my life and it was biggest flood ever in Katrineholm in Sweden. In next days news I found out 80 children was shot down in Norway.
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So this happened in 2003 when I was 10 years old. It was spring afternoon and I was taking a shower. I usually stay quite a while showering because it makes me feel relaxed and that day I was very relaxed, when suddently it hit me. I saw quick pictures of a truck, a bus, parts of metal, the picture of a journalist presenting breaking news about an accident. I also saw general pictures of the place of the supposed accident happend ( a place nearly 200 km from where I live, which is in Athens and place we always pass through our way to my fathers village every summer). I had witnessed an accident between a bus full of passengers and a truck carring something heavy, probably metal or something similar to it. For some reason I was sure people were dead.

All that happened in a glimpse of a second. The funny thing is that I was emotionally detached from what I had just saw, something I wasn't expecting from my 10-year-old self. I finished my bath and headed towards the living room where my mother was, to ask her if she saw anything on TV about an accident in " a place full of trees and a lake or something" (yada yada ya... I didn't remembered the name of the place at the time, when I descripted it to her she told me the name). Anyway, she said no, I said "Well it's gonna take an hour or so for the cameras to get there" and moved on to her room, to watch TV and wait for the news.

We had a little argument on me having a big imagination, but after an hour guess what? An accident did happened the same way I had it in my mind, the same place, involing a truck and a bus, people dead, the same reporter I imagined announcing it on the breaking news.

A few years ago I saw a reference for the place where it happened on wikipedia, I don't know how to write the place in english (because it's in greek :P) and I'm afraid to do so thinking that some greeks in glp may be relatives to one of the dead so I really have to think about it and post the name of the place or the actual date when that happened.

Apart from that ( and ofc hoping that you believe me) what do you think that was? I read a couple of years before about remote viewing and the examples of their experience sounded similar to mine. Did you faced anything similar?

Btw sorry sorry for my english. hiding

PS: I see that the flag I have is American. I'm Greek and this happened when I was in Athens
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It kind of happened to me I started to cry because all unjustice in the world. It started to rain as deluge, lighting, sky was down to earth. I never cried so much in my life and it was biggest flood ever in Katrineholm in Sweden. In next days news I found out 80 children was shot down in Norway.
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Well, my experience was exactly the opposite. I wasn't scared from what I saw, even though I was expecting dead people. Sad, yes, but I was mostly in a "WTF just happened" phase. Somehow, in my 10-year-old mind, it was OK. Just a part of life and it didn't felt bad for me, just neutral. It was the first and last time something like it happened to me.

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So this happened in 2003 when I was 10 years old. It was spring afternoon and I was taking a shower. I usually stay quite a while showering because it makes me feel relaxed and that day I was very relaxed, when suddently it hit me. I saw quick pictures of a truck, a bus, parts of metal, the picture of a journalist presenting breaking news about an accident. I also saw general pictures of the place of the supposed accident happend ( a place nearly 200 km from where I live, which is in Athens and place we always pass through our way to my fathers village every summer). I had witnessed an accident between a bus full of passengers and a truck carring something heavy, probably metal or something similar to it. For some reason I was sure people were dead.

All that happened in a glimpse of a second. The funny thing is that I was emotionally detached from what I had just saw, something I wasn't expecting from my 10-year-old self. I finished my bath and headed towards the living room where my mother was, to ask her if she saw anything on TV about an accident in " a place full of trees and a lake or something" (yada yada ya... I didn't remembered the name of the place at the time, when I descripted it to her she told me the name). Anyway, she said no, I said "Well it's gonna take an hour or so for the cameras to get there" and moved on to her room, to watch TV and wait for the news.

We had a little argument on me having a big imagination, but after an hour guess what? An accident did happened the same way I had it in my mind, the same place, involing a truck and a bus, people dead, the same reporter I imagined announcing it on the breaking news.

A few years ago I saw a reference for the place where it happened on wikipedia, I don't know how to write the place in english (because it's in greek :P) and I'm afraid to do so thinking that some greeks in glp may be relatives to one of the dead so I really have to think about it and post the name of the place or the actual date when that happened.

Apart from that ( and ofc hoping that you believe me) what do you think that was? I read a couple of years before about remote viewing and the examples of their experience sounded similar to mine. Did you faced anything similar?

Btw sorry sorry for my english. hiding

PS: I see that the flag I have is American. I'm Greek and this happened when I was in Athens
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It kind of happened to me I started to cry because all unjustice in the world. It started to rain as deluge, lighting, sky was down to earth. I never cried so much in my life and it was biggest flood ever in Katrineholm in Sweden. In next days news I found out 80 children was shot down in Norway.
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Well, my experience was exactly the opposite. I wasn't scared from what I saw, even though I was expecting dead people. Sad, yes, but I was mostly in a "WTF just happened" phase. Somehow, in my 10-year-old mind, it was OK. Just a part of life and it didn't felt bad for me, just neutral. It was the first and last time something like it happened to me.

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Re: Remote Viewing?!?! Tell me what you think...
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BlavkRabbit (OP)

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04/29/2013 08:09 AM

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It kind of happened to me I started to cry because all unjustice in the world. It started to rain as deluge, lighting, sky was down to earth. I never cried so much in my life and it was biggest flood ever in Katrineholm in Sweden. In next days news I found out 80 children was shot down in Norway.
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Well, my experience was exactly the opposite. I wasn't scared from what I saw, even though I was expecting dead people. Sad, yes, but I was mostly in a "WTF just happened" phase. Somehow, in my 10-year-old mind, it was OK. Just a part of life and it didn't felt bad for me, just neutral. It was the first and last time something like it happened to me.
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I also have to point out that what I saw was probably the same time it happened, I was sure it did happened after I saw the breaking news, an hour later, where the first cameras went there.

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