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I have never found out how accurate Remote Viewing is. Is the accuracy to do with the individual, concentration levels, natural abilities, the target, the weather or other things?
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I have never found out how accurate Remote Viewing is. Is the accuracy to do with the individual, concentration levels, natural abilities, the target, the weather or other things?
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Depends on their gift. Most people get it generally within their family circle. Like a mother dreams of her child getting hurt. Or a father sees his child achieving something exciting.

General practice RVing that has a practical application, depends on what you are trying to see. Even then. I've known those that read signs, I see it POV as a camera that floats, others watch from the perspective of an object or another person.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
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05/21/2013 01:12 PM
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It is not a gift.
Well, anymore than the human faculty of being able to perceive information about a person, place, thing or event -- anywhere in time / space -- is a gift.

Remote Viewing is a trained process that takes that innate faculty and turns it into a skill.

And don't get bogged down in the terminology ---- you don't "see" anything when you remote view. It is attention management where perceptions are "downloaded" via a structured protocol, from unconscious to conscious awareness. This is objectified through words and sketches on a piece of paper.

However ... there's not much time left to learn the skill to the degree of accuracy that you'll need it for.

Quite soon, you'll be too busy trying to find food and survive.

Have a nice day.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
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Sometimes there are things nobody wants to see, the general rule of thumb I have once I'm in is find a calendar and a clock.

Placement however is a challenge, you just sort of end up in a place and you can analyse the pieces offered and still come up with nothing in terms of a time frame. As I mention I float around like a camera and follow what I'm apparently supposed to be watching. I can scan around but I can't break from the 'script'.

If you want to fly around, Delta flys everywhere. RV though, not so much. I understand it as it is given. If you are curious, I have seen past the Event. It's rough, but people work it out with a lot less than they have now. Doesn't seem to be a government either or police...or guns that work.

The points leading to the event get messy. England does not prevail btw. Most of the world doesn't. Most just starve and die, even the 'prepared'.

It is in their deaths that the few survive because there is all sorts of stuff just hanging around the landscape.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
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Sometimes there are things nobody wants to see, the general rule of thumb I have once I'm in is find a calendar and a clock.

Placement however is a challenge, you just sort of end up in a place and you can analyse the pieces offered and still come up with nothing in terms of a time frame. As I mention I float around like a camera and follow what I'm apparently supposed to be watching. I can scan around but I can't break from the 'script'.

If you want to fly around, Delta flys everywhere. RV though, not so much. I understand it as it is given. If you are curious, I have seen past the Event. It's rough, but people work it out with a lot less than they have now. Doesn't seem to be a government either or police...or guns that work.

The points leading to the event get messy. England does not prevail btw. Most of the world doesn't. Most just starve and die, even the 'prepared'.

It is in their deaths that the few survive because there is all sorts of stuff just hanging around the landscape.
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Again .... for those with lower comprehension. "Remote Viewing" has nothing to do with the above.

To "float around around like a camera" is not an aspect of a trained remote viewer.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
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This is a good book on it that I own.

I haven't been practicing it, but the first time I ever tried it, it worked, and I had no clue how I did it...

I ended up drawing (very shitty) three mountain tops, a crude barn, and grass, as well as some of the descriptors, like cold, wet, green, rough, woody, stone.. And all I had was a couple of numbers, and a piece of blank paper to go from. It was seriously weird. Almost like automatic writing (but sketching?)

This was the image: I was shocked.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I should probably investigate this some more now, though my issue had largely been that I don't have "visual memory." (that sounds weird, I know.)

People with visual memory would probably be best at this? Artists? I dunno.

I have to say also, it can be hard to do this with a family/kids, because you have to have absolute silence, and the ability to calm your mind and go through the motions. You may want to have something like a study room, or somewhere to have true peace and quiet.

Fear and stress will have major negative impacts on efficacy, as will skepticism. The latter, probably the most so.

/rant on
Our "society" sometimes seem so utterly screwed up, as if our minds are (seemingly, to me) cast into a sort of negative-feedback loop from birth, or something, and causes a massive disconnect with these types of abilities.

At least that is what I have felt for some time now. Sort of like a feeling that we don't properly birth our children? Or maybe it is that the conditions and what are done to our children in the process are not conducive to a more fully developed connection between the mind/body/soul complex (whatever you want to call it all...it's all just labels, and doesn't matter overall.) It should be very obvious what I am referring to, if you are "alive.")

This sounds weird, but I don't know how to explain this gut feeling. It is probably something I should sit down and write out.. I work in a medical profession and have been very disillusioned with "The System" over the years.

Sorry for the derail.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40236608


Sometimes there are things nobody wants to see, the general rule of thumb I have once I'm in is find a calendar and a clock.

Placement however is a challenge, you just sort of end up in a place and you can analyse the pieces offered and still come up with nothing in terms of a time frame. As I mention I float around like a camera and follow what I'm apparently supposed to be watching. I can scan around but I can't break from the 'script'.

If you want to fly around, Delta flys everywhere. RV though, not so much. I understand it as it is given. If you are curious, I have seen past the Event. It's rough, but people work it out with a lot less than they have now. Doesn't seem to be a government either or police...or guns that work.

The points leading to the event get messy. England does not prevail btw. Most of the world doesn't. Most just starve and die, even the 'prepared'.

It is in their deaths that the few survive because there is all sorts of stuff just hanging around the landscape.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 372471


Again .... for those with lower comprehension. "Remote Viewing" has nothing to do with the above.

To "float around around like a camera" is not an aspect of a trained remote viewer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38968886


That's why those that are trained don't have a gift or sight, it's like training a dog or a ape to press a button. It is hand to mouth Pavlovian wiring.

I can train a dog to fetch slippers but it's about as much as a talent as teaching a child to wipe their ass properly to avoid shit in the drawers.
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Re: Remote Viewing....
It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40236608


This is a good book on it that I own.

I haven't been practicing it, but the first time I ever tried it, it worked, and I had no clue how I did it...

I ended up drawing (very shitty) three mountain tops, a crude barn, and grass, as well as some of the descriptors, like cold, wet, green, rough, woody, stone.. And all I had was a couple of numbers, and a piece of blank paper to go from. It was seriously weird. Almost like automatic writing (but sketching?)

This was the image: I was shocked.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I should probably investigate this some more now, though my issue had largely been that I don't have "visual memory." (that sounds weird, I know.)

People with visual memory would probably be best at this? Artists? I dunno.

I have to say also, it can be hard to do this with a family/kids, because you have to have absolute silence, and the ability to calm your mind and go through the motions. You may want to have something like a study room, or somewhere to have true peace and quiet.

Fear and stress will have major negative impacts on efficacy, as will skepticism. The latter, probably the most so.

/rant on
Our "society" sometimes seem so utterly screwed up, as if our minds are (seemingly, to me) cast into a sort of negative-feedback loop from birth, or something, and causes a massive disconnect with these types of abilities.

At least that is what I have felt for some time now. Sort of like a feeling that we don't properly birth our children? Or maybe it is that the conditions and what are done to our children in the process are not conducive to a more fully developed connection between the mind/body/soul complex (whatever you want to call it all...it's all just labels, and doesn't matter overall.) It should be very obvious what I am referring to, if you are "alive.")

This sounds weird, but I don't know how to explain this gut feeling. It is probably something I should sit down and write out.. I work in a medical profession and have been very disillusioned with "The System" over the years.

Sorry for the derail.
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Fascinating! What's the title of the book?
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
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This is a good book on it that I own.

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 Quoting: AkashicRecord


Fascinating! What's the title of the book?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14443159


Shit! I knew I would forget to put the link in!

Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing [Paperback]
David Morehouse (Author)
[link to www.amazon.com]

Even the intro to this book is enough to change someone's life, and their perception of themself. I wish I could show those first few pages...
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05/21/2013 02:10 PM
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Is this it?

[link to www.remoteviewed.com]
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There are many books on the subject, but no real information regarding the accuracy of remote viewing. Percentage figures for statistically purposes would be helpful. Since it would give insight into this.
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05/21/2013 07:06 PM
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When the stargaze program came to and end, I bet they improved the technique for RV, and classified it. And then continued with it in some dark corner of the intelligence services.
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It must of some degree of accuracy, other wise it wouldn't be in use still. Also I'm interested in whether it can be improved or taken to a more advanced level or evolves into something more that conventional view of RV.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40236608


This is a good book on it that I own.

...
 Quoting: AkashicRecord


Fascinating! What's the title of the book?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14443159


Shit! I knew I would forget to put the link in!

Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing [Paperback]
David Morehouse (Author)
[link to www.amazon.com]

Even the intro to this book is enough to change someone's life, and their perception of themself. I wish I could show those first few pages...
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Thanks! will get a copy tonight hfhf
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Re: Remote Viewing....
I do remote viewing
sometimes it just works
like the link I posted to the remote viewrs thread
sometimes I can find my keys by just closing my eyes and looking 'at' my keys and noting what is around them
(I even have a little do-dad I made with my some of my own hair in a bit of silver to help me target them)


but sometimes
perhaps emotion with the subject or whatever - I get nothing or I get difficulty interpreting what I view
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05/22/2013 05:21 PM
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I don't believe in remote viewing. Can someone of you prove me wrong?
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I don't believe in remote viewing. Can someone of you prove me wrong?
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Perhaps an experiment,why don't you establish a target and let the remote viewers here see if they can identify it. Simple enough if you are able to be honest about it.
free your inner baboon.
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That is exactly what I had in mind! Now we need remote viewers on this forum to give me instructions what around me would be the easiest for them to see, what information they need? Come guys, lets try!
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What, no volunteers?
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bump For volunteers
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