pjrv : Messages : 38?4-3830 of 4038
#38?4 From: Timelord?0?9...
Date: Fri Jan 30, ?004 8:16 am
Subject: Re: Finding Viewers for RV Testing psitrooper?4
> One way to approach it is to survey and see how many viewers there
> are, their availability to do sessions, and for what price. And then
> see what experiments you can design within those constraints.
I really do believe this has already been done but the agenda of those
who are doing the experimentation may not neccessarily be doing so under the
guise of science but more for profit. It seems like we (civilians? ) are still
to convince ourselves of the reality of RV while others may simply gather
the best likely candidates that make good viewers and proceed with
whatever RV project they desire in utter secrecy.
You do not need to find "viewers" for ARV projects but simply tap the
best available natural "psychics" out there, get them to undergo strict RV
training, sign them up for specific contracts and before you know it you
have a large team of highly skilled highly trained RVers at your disposal.
Call it Remote Outsourcing if you will ;-? )
If you dont believe this is possible read Georgina Bruni's "You Cant Tell The
to see how one british Psychic was recruited under these same circumstances
for corporate espionage and Remote Influencing in NY a few years ago.
#3830 From: "pjgaenir"
Date: Sat Jan 31, ?004 11:53 pm
Subject: Re: Finding Viewers for RV Testing pjgaenir
> If you dont believe this is possible read
> Georgina Bruni's "You Cant Tell The People"
> to see how one british Psychic was
> recruited under these same circumstances
> for corporate espionage and Remote Influencing
> in NY a few years ago.
Do you believe the account in the book to be true?
I wish I could tell you how many people have emailed me over the last
9 years or so to tell me that they were part of a secret government
(a? ) project, (b? ) evil plot, (c? ) experiment, etc. -- in one way or
another ((a? ) Secret Leader, (b? ) Important Spy, (c? ) Omniscient
Observer, (d? ) Helpless Victim? ). Everybody's gotta be cool.
Most of them are clearly borderlines. They are often intelligent,
well written, and operating in more than one reality by accident lol.
I know a guy involved with vietnam vet stuff, and people have walked
in claiming to be vets--details about their exploits and units and
more--and it turns out they were like, ? years old at the time
they're claiming to have been a soldier. It's not just the psi topic
that seems to draw a ton of this self-development of personal
histories that people end up believing themselves about and as a
result become real convincing when they relate it later. It's every
topic. This one is just real popular is all.
I am not accusing the author of lying. I haven't read the book. I'm
just asking if you automatically believe it, with no evidence besides
their word. You know you love conspiracies. ;-? ) Do you suppose you
might be inclined to believe any story that suggested 'someone
powerful is doing something wrong secretly' just because of that
angle? I'm serious. Have you any evidence besides that claim that
such things go on, let alone regularly?
(Nice recruit, foreign national in NY. Not Americans. Easier to
shoot 'em when you're done. Funny isn't it how the people with such
popular stories don't seem to be prevented from publishing? Have you
ever considered that stuff that is REALLY secret does NOT get
published, and hence wonder about that which does?? )
I remember long ago, I thought the first Montauk book was
interesting. Turned out is was BS. Bummer. Reading them while in a
high-psi mode did nicely spawn all kinds of Evil Mind Control
experiences for myself though--that'll teach me I guess. You get
what you focus on.
pjrv : Messages : 3833-3833 of 4038
#3833 From: Timelord?0?9...
Date: Sun Feb 1, ?004 1:01 am
Subject: Re: Re: Finding Viewers for RV Testing psitrooper?4
> Do you believe the account in the book to be true?
Iam open minded to the suggestion that it could be true
plus Georgina is a well respected writer and her book
is the definitive account to date as to what took place at Rendlesham
back in the 80's - worth i read i can assure you;-? )
From reading the story in question (psi recruits for corporate espionage? )
I do not think its out of the question such a thing could take place in
fact i would be surprised indeed such things are not already occurring
For instance...in Africa it is pretty much the norm to consult you local
witch doctor to help you "move up" the social and work ladder or
put your "enemies" out of business sometimes "terminally".
Why should it be any different to the western world?
Given that yes there are alot of dodgy stories out there one should not
be too hasty in throwing out any story just because the stories are...
,,,beyond belief ;-? )