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From: "bm_groups2002" Date: Sat May 31, 2003 2:55 am Subject: RV or some other tool for precognition bm_groups2002 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I have some friends who have a number of precognitive dreams a year. I infrequently have them as well, but because they have a special feeling and tend to throw me awake at the end, I can usually distinguish them from "just regular dreams". And as George Noory (hosts Art Bell's old show) often mentions, many of us with paranormal interests tend to have surprising hunches or feelings that sometimes pan out about future events, sometimes about national level events or natural disasters that we can't control... My question for you all is whether there is any anecdotal or statistical evidence that when we have a precognitive dream or a surprising hunch, does that give us a strong connection to the event's "signal line" that we can take advantage of to actually remote view it as a future event? Would we be too frontloaded by the hunch or dream? If we asked someone else to do a session, would they have the strengthened "signal line" connection? For hunches, we would first want to determine if the hunch is actually correct. Then we would want to get more information about it. The immediate follow up question is whether and in what cases it would be permissible to intervene and prevent that event (possibly creating our own paradoxical tasking)? The reason I ask is that many of us who have such dreams either have them about events we can't affect but would like to just know more about before they happen such as a major drought while other times we have them about events we would like to prevent such as aunt Mildred being in a car wreck. Knowing more about the drought might cause us to make financial investments in the affected crop, the car wreck might cause us to make phone calls to talk someone out of a trip or cancel our own plans. So to summarize the factors: for precognitive dreams and surprising hunches, can we or someone else remote view them, and when can we intervene? If remote viewing is not an appropriate tool for this job, but another exists, please mention it. - -Bruce

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