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From: "dennanm" Date: Mon Jul 22, 2002 2:35 pm Subject: RV and LST dennanm Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Aloha Dawna, The LST calculator for longitude on the Navy site below is not working. You will notice no matter what you enter as a value, the results page says error, 0 entered, and shows the longitude as 00 00 00 when it is obviously not. You'll have to use the US city/state option on the second form below that to get an LST reading. http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/sidereal.html To make this post useful to others, I will mention for anyone who doesn't know, that S. James P. Spottiswoode (and associates) discovered via meta-analysis a shocking correlation between Local Sidereal Time (also known as 'star time', as opposed to our clocks which are on 'sun time') and free-response anomalous cognition effect size (in English: remote viewing session accuracy). He found that at a certain +/- 1hr time of LST, results were up to 400% HIGHER (more accurate) -- and at another time period, were essentially in the "dead zone" (base with chance). This was confirmed with additional datasets. This is one of the greatest discoveries in recent parapsychology history because it is the first time EVER that ANY "correlate" to psychic functioning has been found. That is one reason skeptics have felt it can't exist, is that it is so inconsistent, but there was never any measure of why. LST analysis sort of explained why some research projects got seemingly impossibly high results, and others got seemingly impossibly low results -- coincidentally their timing matched the high or low LST zones. Now this research applies to the Western hemisphere so it may or may not mean anything to the rest of the planet; we have yet to see. Further research continues to see if there is an effect based on latitude (LST is based only on Longitude). There may in fact be some places on the planet that are best for psychic functioning at certain times; it may be that there is some space-time coordinate somehow more 'tuned in' -- or it may simply be that there are different times that things work vs. don't in psi. Recent research that I think is not yet published suggests that not only does accuracy vary predictably (measured as a group, of course) with LST, but that during times of lowest accuracy, viewers actually record MORE data. That is sort of intriguing. For the papers which discuss this, and gives charts you can see on times and effect size, visit http://www.jsasoc.com/ "library" area. For the astrologically inclined, the time when the effect is lowest is when one's position on the planet directly faces the center of the galaxy; the time when the effect is highest is when the constellation of Virgo is overhead. Wasn't Virgo the communicator? P.S. Never mention the Virgo association to a scientist. They may have an allergic attack on the spot. :-) PJ Reply | Forward


From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon Jul 22, 2002 4:28 pm Subject: Re: RV and LST; OBE; Central Vortex docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hello Palyne, It's such a bizzare but apparently reproducible psi correlation. Some have speculated that the giant black hole in the middle of our galaxy distorts psi when it is overhead. A very proficient OBEer I know mentioned that she had traveled to the galactic core once and found it indeed did have bizzare time and space effects on her astral body. Permitting one to seemingly view many different alternate time lines for ones own future ? Anyone else want to try, I can reccommend a good guide! But if you go on your own.. avoid the walls of the central vortex.. a word to the wise. Best Regards, Bill ---------------- Moderator's note: that such a post is on a list I run is clear evidence of how I've changed over the last few years, LOL! The Central Vortex! Oh, No! -- I don't mean to poke fun doc, but that SOUNDS damned funny on paper -- PJ pjrv : Messages : 208-208 of 4038


From: Weatherly-Hawaii...m Date: Mon Jul 22, 2002 5:27 pm Subject: Re: RV and LST maliolana Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Aloha PJ, OH NO...Now I have to find a Virgo Constellation to Earth clock? Got an url handi I have far too little data to base an experientially sound opinion on LST...but I personally have found my work to be much easier and far likelier to be a 'hit' close to 13:30... Unfortunately I can not always do a session at that time...(Whenever it occurs inconveniently...which is frequently)...So I view anyway...win some lose more...haha Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna ---------------------- Moderator's Note: I'm just starting to chart it but even then it'll only be an 'if it's convenient' kind of thing. Dr. Charles Tart has a paper on his website where he speculates that learning theory would suggest that the more psi one demonstrated in any given experience with feedback, the more one would learn, and therefore, the 'learning curve' would be almost exponentially higher for those who began with a decent amount of demonstrable psi talent. (It's just theory. He's one of the few brave enough to theorize about most of this as if it's real. ;-)) So I figure that might apply to also avoiding 'dead-zone' for sessions or aiming for allegedly 'better times' for sessions... NONE of this should be taken too literally I think, the research does not say that nobody can get accurate data at 18LST and everybody gets great data at 13.3LST... only that as a charted trend minus outliers, that's a massively clear curve. In the end, I think learning "how it feels" when one cannot do a session, when one is not doing well, is almost as important as learning how it feels when one is, if you know what I mean. I've avoided LST aim until now because I didn't want to "skew" my results based on expectation of that. But as one of many attempts to improve practice, it can't hurt. -- PJ

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