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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #20 on: November 27, 2009, 03:24:39 PM »
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you can protect from being RVed easily. All that is needed is the mere intention/attitude.

Yes, for beginners. But don't try that with seasoned RVers. You could lose.

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The point I doubt is that remote viewing is 'projection' of anything.

I quite agree with you!
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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #21 on: November 27, 2009, 03:32:30 PM »
This thread is so bizarre I feel like I've entered the twilight zone 8)
Hugely amusing though.
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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #22 on: November 27, 2009, 05:49:13 PM »
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If we had to prove everything we talked about (let alone to someone else's satisfaction), little could be posted here about anything.

Yep but lets be honest and open here this board is remote viewing not madame clusoes psychic  (everything goes)emporium.

Its about time all the rubbish about rv stopped being discussed, whispered or encouraged. You cant draw a circle of salt around yourself to stop being the target of a remote viewer, you cant shield yourself in an egg of white light. Or if people believe you can then lets see some evidence of this.

SRI and SAIC did thousands of tests - the outcome - there is no shielding against RV - Im sorry but cmon.

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #23 on: November 27, 2009, 06:06:00 PM »
Well, to be honest, I think there are differences between RV and some of the 'other stuff' what ever you want to call it.

After reading the (very) little bit of the CRV manuals, RV is the vehicle we use to find something, is it not? The 'other stuff' is used to probe the thing that you've RVed?

We RV to find the target then we probe the target - including the peripheral - depending on how big the picture needs to be.

So I would say NO to the being protected from RV - it would seem to not be all that possible. Oh wow, have to be careful when saying 'not possible' but it would seem to be a most difficult thing at most.

I understand that probing is, in effect, part and parcel of RVing but they do seem to be willing to be separated. One is able to find something with out the use of probing? Is that how it goes?

Yeah... weird thread.

Its way more fun RVing than working out the exact 'hows'. I still don't understand why it would be frightening to be RVed. I've been googled *shrugs*. What's the problem?

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #24 on: November 27, 2009, 08:57:24 PM »
Well I can understand the concerns. I've been inside many people heads using RV, sometime their innermost secrets are known to me. Sometimes its not a pretty place to be. So many people, so many @#%$ - up lives.

The act that we can all do this, scares some people, they like to believe that they can hide behind beliefs and rituals. The fact is you cant and rv can go anywhere. Such is life.

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #25 on: December 05, 2012, 09:23:32 AM »
Well I can understand the concerns. I've been inside many people heads using RV, sometime their innermost secrets are known to me. Sometimes its not a pretty place to be. So many people, so many @#%$ - up lives.

The act that we can all do this, scares some people, they like to believe that they can hide behind beliefs and rituals. The fact is you cant and rv can go anywhere. Such is life.

Daz


Then if you know it scares people, why not give them something to make them believe they can block RV. You know that expression they have on their faces when they realize what RV can do and that it's real. Tell them what they want to hear don't you think they will sleep better because of it, knowing these Remote Viewer "people" can't RV them?
I mean RV can branch out into many other things, Telepathy was mentioned before, Delta wave length which can lead to dreaming..etc.
This is how mobs with burning torches and pitch forks form you know, scared people.
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It's only crazy if I view the wrong target, what does it make me if I get the target exactly right?

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #26 on: December 05, 2012, 09:28:33 AM »
Oh i almost forgot, Tin foil hats work great to block RV ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #27 on: December 05, 2012, 06:28:48 PM »
Coincidentally in my own ebay shop named "RV and spiritual" I sell tin foil hats for protection against RV. And if you are interested into RV DVD courses you can get them for cheap prices. Also there will be a limited time offer for a magic wand "breaking the RV block of objects and persons".

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #28 on: December 05, 2012, 09:36:15 PM »
Foil hats for RV protection.  Seriously?  Whatever.

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Re: RV Protection
« Reply #29 on: December 06, 2012, 02:09:43 AM »
Foil hats for RV protection.  Seriously?  Whatever.


Experiments have been conducted on it by MIT.
The notion that a tin foil hat can significantly reduce the intensity of incident radio frequency radiation on the wearer's brain has some scientific validity, as the effect of strong radio waves has been documented for quite some time.[3] A well-constructed tin foil enclosure would approximate a Faraday cage, reducing the amount of (typically harmless) radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation passing through to the interior of the structure. A common high school physics demonstration involves placing an AM radio on tin foil, and then covering the radio with a metal bucket. This leads to a noticeable reduction in signal strength. The efficiency of such an enclosure in blocking such radiation depends on the thickness of the tin foil, as dictated by the skin depth, the distance the radiation can propagate in a particular non-ideal conductor. For half-millimetre-thick tin foil, radiation above about 20 kHz (i.e., including both AM and FM bands) would be partially blocked, although tin foil is not sold in this thickness, so numerous layers of tin foil would be required to achieve this effect.[4]

The effectiveness of the tin foil hat as electromagnetic shielding for stopping radio waves is greatly reduced by it not being a complete enclosure. Placing an AM radio under a metal bucket without a conductive layer underneath demonstrates the relative ineffectiveness of such a setup. Indeed, because the effect of an ungrounded Faraday cage is to partially reflect the incident radiation, a radio wave that is incident on the inner surface of the hat (i.e., coming from underneath the hat-wearer) would be reflected and partially 'focused' towards the user's brain. While tin foil hats may have originated in some understanding of the Faraday cage effect, the use of such a hat to attenuate radio waves belongs properly to the realm of pseudoscience.

A study by graduate students at MIT determined that a tin foil hat could attenuate incoming radiation depending on frequency. At WIFI frequencies - 2.4 GHz is attenuated by up to 90dB; the effect was observed to be roughly independent of the relative placement of the wearer and radiation source.[5] At GHz wavelengths, the skin depth is less than the thickness of even the thinnest foil.[6]

Tin foil hats are seen by some as a protective measure against the effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). Despite some allegations that EMR exposure has negative health consequences,[7] at this time, no link has been verifiably proven between the radio-frequency EMR that tin foil hats are meant to protect against and subsequent ill health.

Tin foil FTW
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It's only crazy if I view the wrong target, what does it make me if I get the target exactly right?