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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Editorials by PJ Gaenir
    This is LIFE This is your brain on RV Nurses in ER don t want to have incoming patients even children die in their arms Hey it happens You deal with it and you move on You learn something from it and you move on You do some psychological exercises or banishing rituals and you move on You journalize about it extensively as catharsis and you move on You talk to a therapist about it and you move on There is a point here somewhere we move on It was a trauma It was terrible If you want that kind of targeting this is part of what remote viewing will be about for you As much as we d all love to RV galactic halls and aliens till we know em by name now and then we actually have to do something stemming from our alleged consensus reality which in case you haven t been reading the papers lately pretty much sucks in several important ways Now maybe it just doesn t occur to viewers that a real life target is probably not going to be a happy one Some might be most likely won t be Mary Jane married last year and is living happily in Kansas There is no need for remote viewing in such cases But Mary Jane has disappeared Mary Jane has been found murdered Mary Jane is the unconscious witness to a murder Mary Jane drove off with her husband s car and one of his vital organs and hasn t been seen since These are remote viewing targets For those who aren t viewers I should mention that emotional results from targets are not limited to human targets You can have profound emotional responses to targets that are unfortunate but don t seem like that big a deal objectively They re like the hangnails of RV you suffer for them but get little sympathy when you gripe about them You can even have physical responses to targets I abreact badly to a certain type of target every time I get it which I have a few times now I got one in my first methods training and I instantly doubled over with stomach cramps a spontaneous nosebleed and my contacts went dry as a bone My teacher didn t know what the hell was going on Neither did I I still don t But if I abreact badly in that way now I have a clue that the target is probably an old barn in a big field Now why would I abreact to an old barn in a big field I haven t got a flippin clue I just do Eventually I hope to figure that out I imagine somewhere along the line everybody finds something that they either abreact to or just don t get as data no matter how obvious it is in a target Joe McMoneagle was infamous in his lab for not getting waterfalls for many years Then one day he did Who knows why o0o Second Chorus Blame the Target The reprise to this variation on the theme is much ado about the dangers of remote viewing and or the danger of RVing human targets That is the likelihood that at some point you will share emotions with a human who is having a truly miserable experience like the suffocating grief sadness horror panic sickening realization of someone about to be raped and murdered Now I would imagine that is probably about as terrible as it can get but don t quote me on that as I ll probably find out I m wrong the hard way alas So the post I mentioned above inspired many Discussion went around in a few places about it and of course ended up in my PEM box in a variety of forms some hostile to the tasker some hostile to the target some carrying a Flag of Warning for everybody about how dangerous human targets can be or lamenting how they lost their innocence on Target X two years ago and it s still with them Violins please Ah I see So if it can t be the tasker s fault for assigning it and it can t be the viewer s fault for getting into something they shouldn t have then it must be the target s fault for being so horrible Ooooooh Aaaaaaah What a drama we live o0o Bridge Questions Serious Viewers Might Consider Of all the data to acquire in a target why do we get the data we do Of all the ways to perceive information why do we get it in the form we do Of all the directly related data NOT actually tasked but that we pick up anyway why do we pick up what we do So to hear everyone tell it you d think that The signal line is a low frequency energy beam coming from The Matrix to the middle of your head Information travels from there to here If you get a piece of data and another viewer doesn t it s because the info just falls out of the sky at random They must have ducked a bit left at that moment If you don t get a piece of data one would suppose you should have it s because the information got lost looking for the address of your forehead Obviously from the masculine polarity of the universe which never asks directions Alternatively an unexpected info cart collision lost half your damn session off the line and onto some poor sap minding his own business driving to work that morning In summary Viewers aren t responsible It just happens You don t know anything about it you don t have any control over it your personal life experiences including RV have nothing whatever to do with you Viewers are as much victims of their circumstance as armadillos on a Texas trucker highway Poor US NOT o0o A Little

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    the most creative historical record outside theology and that the Smithsonian has taken its place as the new Catholic Archives in which anything controversial will be collected in all haste and may never see the light of curious eyes again Considering modern psicop scientism and the Inquisition parallels I find such a revelation sadly believable o0o In the midst of the photographs there are stories The stories of people who died without dreaming their words would potentially reach millions through a virtual newsrecord of unimaginable size and scope The stories of mysteries and the people who have spent years collecting the puzzle pieces I found the stories of crime victims who apparently didn t suspect it could happen to them and the internet brought home to me just how much sociopathic insanity is loose in the world and best not ignored by innocent women like me who think locking their doors is no big deal and trusting people s decent intentions should be a default assumption I have cried more in the last week than I have in any year I can remember since I was a child It isn t always the shocking things that do it Eventually staring at the litter of war corpses the horror of natural and unnatural disasters and the endless parade of faces and places and happenings from daily life makes one somewhat numb to be honest Our world is frankly too amazing in every direction to fully comprehend which considering the scope of some of the darker elements is probably for the best But then there was that face of a starving young Rwanda mother whose little bones child died later the day of the photo what blindness wouldn t see the depth of suffering in her eyes what mother wouldn t feel a gut survival protection instinct lurch and begin to wail inside All grief is the same There are Cuban and Vietnamese and other people of all ages and many children begging to helicopters and boats to take them from their rafts to any shore but their own One can t help but feel their desperation their hope their fear their gratitude There is Mother Theresa and I hadn t known she was an Armenian There s an Armenian man killed while running away protectively holding his baby There s a whole group of people that look just like most of my own people and I wonder why I feel so strongly for them when distant images of South Africa in turmoil seem so sad yet foreign I remember when The Wall fell and how moved I was by images of it on TV As if the color of skin has anything to do with humanity as if people I can see are like me somehow touch me more deeply I know this is universal and known to sociologists a response shared by everybody but admitted by nobody but my awareness of it makes me embarrassed I feel ashamed to find

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Editorials by PJ Gaenir
    makes sense that retasking a session could potentially contribute to the overall fractal of Y which is the session However HOW MUCH it contributes and HOW DOMINANT that contribution is and WHETHER THE INTENT OF THE VIEWER CAN AFFECT SUCH are the questions that I ask And these might in fact be the most important questions of all because their answers might indicate what is most important in RV that being who drives the session The viewer or anybody else It is possible that the session as a founding intent of the viewer sets the rules of the universe for that session so to speak in other words sets the geometry for that particular arm of the fractal the pattern from which all development however creative will follow In other words that intent of the viewer who is the Prime Creator of the session is dominant over all I might add that the geometry will be in compliance with the probabilities set forth by the root X fractal the target In other words it is not impossible that sessions Y done on the target X can have some inherent subtle pattern that was part of the creation intent of X itself This model actually brings us right up to two commonly opposing viewpoints in the RV field regarding Telepathic Overlay Everyone knows you can communicate with another person non physically and we use the word telepathy for this Everyone knows you can pick up the expectations of the person selecting the target and we use the term Tasker Intent for this What some disagree about is whether Telepathic Overlay is unable to be avoided by a remote viewer Some suggest that a session suffers from it with all the apparent helplessness of an ant in the bathtub Others suggest that the intent of the viewer can demarcate the relevant information the root fractal from that of the many other fractal arms that may be part of the larger fractal In short that if the viewer is focused enough and has a strong enough intent will that they can avoid being influenced by such factors Most viewers I know who have experimented with this find that the more they allow themselves to accept that their data was right but it was telepathic overlay tend to get a lot more of that those who refuse to consider it and simply consider the data wrong tend to get less This may have less to do with the nature of T O then it does the intent of the remote viewer So on one hand you will find viewers working hard to disbelieve it or invalidate it or consider it unimportant because this attitude is beneficial to their viewing On the other hand you might find these same viewers discussing how to deal with it or lessen it This often really confuses people new to the field If everything at a fundamental level is consciousness then there is no division as the wise men

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    We are all STILL LEARNING The value of a session comes in many forms and the worst sessions often teach the best lessons That this is not more present in the minds of viewers is evident from how few sessions besides the good ones are shared from viewers personal files I once posted several sessions selecting those which had the most valuable lessons in them for discussion The funny but not result was someone later telling me Well I saw your stuff and figured you weren t very good I wasn t sure if I felt like laughing or crying Obviously the point of my sharing those had been completely missed The point of session discussion should not be to demonstrate prowess that MUST be done in a double blind provable situation talk means nothing Walk the walk in protocol or it just doesn t count A little more walking and a little less talking in this field would go a long way come to think of it The point should be to cover what has been interesting and educational to a viewer and so might be to others Frankly such lessons and observations often come from mistakes made in sessions Making judgements on viewers in this way discourages people from sharing and definitely from sharing anything that was poor but educational When you practice basketball every practice free throw and lay up has value You may miss the basket You may trip over your own feet But it is practice and you learned a little from that Enough practice and the value of your learning becomes exponential and you start succeeding more often and in more depth When viewers are influenced by peers to consider a session s value based on the pass fail mentality they are done a great disservice It is important that developing viewers consider every single session a fabulous opportunity for learning and set out to discover what that might be If a viewer is working a job where they get paid for accuracy or paid by the accurate data point then accuracy matters Until such time as that is the condition someone presents all sessions discussed publicly really ought to be seen in the larger light of the many aspects of RV SESSION EXPERIENCE Completely separate from the issues of protocol methodology or the validation of anything is the issue of the session experience itself Remote viewing ranges from intangibly annoying to spiritually astonishing from brief and distant to extensive and experiential even fully dissociative Sessions can result in trauma in viewers as well as cognitive dissonance and not just the hard targets RV can be a high impact experience whether it is so in one session or whether the ongoing experience of sessions gradually makes it so Just the fundamental psychological changes that double blind RV eventually brings in a person are affective Anybody not profoundly affected over time by the process of RV is probably not doing RV One of the things most needed for remote viewers is the ability to discuss the psychological and experiential aspects of their session work and its affects on their thoughts belief systems relationships spirituality and other areas of life size importance There is a time for debating protocol method or validations from a session and there is a time when instead the real issue should be the viewer s sharing of their experience If a viewer cannot discuss a session experience without getting verbally beat up because there is not yet feedback on the target then we have really limited the value our community of viewers can provide for all of us When a viewer wants to talk about an experience and another viewer wants to talk about a different aspect of things those should be done in separate postings or threads No viewer should feel ignored or rebuffed or even attacked over protocol issues like lack of feedback when what they really need is to talk with someone they relate to about an experience which moved them Anybody mature enough to do RV and talk intelligently about it ought to be able to see this aspect of RV as important to viewer development and to have the courtesy or compassion to separate different facets of RV that are inappropriate mixed together in conversation SPECULATIVE DISCUSSION The most interesting aspect of RV is surely that it is able to obtain information which is currently secret or even unknow able by other means of query Sometimes obvious feedback answers all the questions But it is no surprise that anybody viewing for awhile will begin to expand their own boundaries of experience and interest by moving into the occasional target that does not have feedback and for that matter might not ever have it One of RV s many great potentials is the ability to come up with data about currently unknown things which may spark the consideration or creativity of people in the here and now Whether it is future technologies or the details of other planets the context of archeological anomalies or the ineffable quality of human experience RV paves the way for every viewer to have a genuine exploration of the world and themselves Such experience and information can lead to creative or just previously unconsidered ideas about what is possible We know from science that multiple viewers getting the same data does NOT validate the data Sometimes their knowledge of this having happened may in fact be what retrocausally appears to have affected their session to make it so as they take that as a form of feedback confirmation one of many confusing catch 22 s in RV Viewers with existing close associations especially team environs the same tasker or other minor elements in a protocol or situation can also probably be seen in session results particularly for novices I am obliged to add here that a viewer believing this to be so is likely to increase that being so and that the

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Editorials by PJ Gaenir
    You might want to consider avoiding articles a that are not about something factual known as otherwise you haven t much feedback and b which are in the trauma category You ll have enough work changing your psychology for RV without giving yourself something to fear from your early practice sessions You can also task newspaper headlines for any given date and well known paper your local library will usually have digital or microfiche archives of your local newspaper for reference 4 Visit a travel agency s and ask them for outdated travel booklets they don t want they usually have several they d just throw away so may will give them free if you ask nicely These are photographs of many things from rural scenery to famous buildings unique structures gestalt pictures of shorelines or rock formations even social events a region is known for Along these same lines factual magazines such as National Geographic and specialty magazine issues like 100 Events That Changed The World or The Greatest Nature Photographs are also a terrific source of targets in photo or article form 5 If you are uncomfortable using internet target databases there are websites you can simply visit with lots of great images to print or save for a self made pool Nearly every state in the USA has an archive of historical photos most in black white or sepia but fabulous targets as they so greatly expand the time and concept base of your pool FEMA FDA USDA NASA you name it nearly every alphabet soup group has a photo gallery online Pulitzer org has photos of real world events though they do lean toward the dramatic and links to articles Yahoo com news has a photo section pictures with info on events places people animals situations science politics sports and more both local and international You can also do a web search to put a photo of everything you can imagine in your practice pool The only problem with getting targets from the web is that collecting them can become so interesting it ends up a full time occupation The internet is a nearly infinite source of great targets even without RV target pools 6 Family photo albums and not just your own are great for photos of places visited or lived people or animals known and loved and events worth remembering 7 Your local library s reference encyclopedias offer yet more target variety Many people choose to do occasional sessions at the library It is quiet you can sit at a table or on a couch and write comfortably and you are seldom interrupted 8 If you have a digital camera start driving at one end of a city and when you see any building or location you find interesting or unique or different than other targets in your pool stop and take a picture Be careful doing this on houses lest people think you are casing them but you can get a good photo

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Editorials by PJ Gaenir
    result was a book that while good where it covered alas completely ignored half the program which as an amazingly unfortunate coincidence to his previous journalism just happened to be the most legit scientific work and most reputable researchers Which left me ambivalent grateful for all the details and some good accounts yet frustrated that the most scientifically legit info just happened to be the part he didn t choose to make room for Re PSI Booking Essential Journalist Eris Andys The Andys article offered the other side of the spectrum a believer although with a focus more on the mysteries with some element of fear of psi involved than the science I worried a bit up front since in RV any extreme is a problem true believers with bias or really noticeable belief systems about it confuse things as much as scoffers do sometimes more Andys began by referring to RV s positive aspect as finding things A strange way to lead off That happens on occasion usually by accident Or when RV s being used with other info whether from psi like dowsing or traditional sources Finding things is not representative of what RV does though and is a dangerous misdirection in this field Remote Viewing in general is lousy for finding things One of the chronic problems the field faces is scoffers demanding to know why RV can t locate something as evidence of its own reality When they see what Remote Viewing does provide its nature is descriptive they often scoff about how useless descriptive data is likely to be for finding much of anything Yeah no kidding I agree Most basic descriptives are not useful for locating things this is an obvious statement about information in any field not just RV And I ll agree that first level RV descriptions can be something that much of the time even an informed guess might improve on Usually That s not to say that sometimes an unusual data point in RV doesn t turn out to be key And the more unexpected the reality is the more likely RV will be a better tool than informed guessing But you can only make an informed guess if you have information You don t usually need RV when you have a lot of information you need it when you don t In any case location finding is not RV s purpose and RV is very poorly suited to that application This basic fact has been published in every McMoneagle book and is found in internet transcripts and FAQs and more for anybody not to know this first fundamental basic about RV as neither Andys nor Editor Sutton apparently do suggests neither of them made much of any effort at all to educate themselves about the topic before publishing on it In the Editorial that leads this magazine issue as well as this article a typical process occurs demanding of Remote Viewing something it isn t even designed for then to add insult to the injury of that ignorance flippantly mocking either RV or select persons for not meeting that arbitrary goal the writer believes ought to demonstrate RV Andys sets up RV right off as being designed to locate things which sure made it convenient for Sutton the Editor to pound RV right up front quoting her article because viewers haven t solved all our war issues like where those pesky WMD might be hidden Well I ll just dial my little red phone direct to the General at the front line who ll take my data and arrange retasking as needed and well ok I admit I don t really have a little red phone So if someone can arrange direct access to on the ground intell for the back forth needed for this work then demands on Remote Viewing can be made Unless a person has the ability to arrange that for me I don t want to hear that person griping about how viewers should be solving those problems Lack of proper interface for any viewer to work such a project makes it ludicrous for people to imply that if there are any outstanding missing persons weapons etc this may suggest RV doesn t work or something It wouldn t be much to ask that Sutton at least know what Remote Viewing IS before publishing a magazine focused on it Info Break It may be naive to assume that any carrot on stick media sponsored psi hype like The Hunt for Bin Laden means that the authorities really do want someone found Or taken at that moment Or in that place Or that they d credit psi even if they did succeed thanks to it usually psi info would only be used if there was other corroborating info Generally on the ground they wouldn t even know the source of an intell tip anyway and a good thing since if they knew it was psi they d likely ignore it Even during the Stargate program getting data to the place it was needed let alone in a timely manner and getting it accepted was often difficult The kidnapping of General Dozier is one example A Stargate viewer McMoneagle named the city where he was held and which part of it and described in detail the building Dozier was held in But he was found by the time the data finally got to the person who could have used it Government and military are bureaucracies and neither are remotely open to psi to understate it dramatically no matter what the news says There is an unstated assumption I have seen a lot the last couple years That something like the FBI is taking every tip from every psychic and earnestly following up on it but gee whiz apparently not one suggestion has panned out yet That s pretty funny Even prior to the media hoopla on intell working outside the box to fight terrorism especially from the 9 11 point the FBI is over inundated with voluntary psychic tips from the public so many it almost exceeds their ability even to file them let alone take them all seriously Thousands and thousands of tips They can t do anything with all this stuff they d need to triple their manpower There is a lot of assumption going on concerning the use of psi in war efforts Most of it is about as realistic as the kid in a movie who presses two buttons on a laptop computer and hacks into the NSA website I don t think Remote Viewing has ever been claimed by any legitimate practitioner of it as a good means of finding things See the next info break Nobody legit ever claimed that RV could do half the things that detractors insist it ought to be able to do It is just another intelligence tool many of which are imperfect and inconsistent in their accuracy The source of confusion is obvious a lot of people get their information about RV from sources other than field scientists or demonstrated viewers It is only the unreasonable claims made about RV by people in the media that brings such childish ideals of Nearly Omniscient to the public s expectations Yet no field or its integrity can be held responsible for every person in the world who is misinformed or mentally misaligned including Remote Viewing It s up to each person to be discerning to make intelligent decisions about who and what to take seriously Demanding that viewers locate things to prove RV works is like insisting someone s ordinary camera provide GPS coordinates That is not what the tool is for Once in awhile what the tool does will solve the problem anyway one may describe something uniquely recognizeable for example or a viewer may get a name or knowing about location Yet mostly in the case of missing persons for example even if a viewer perfectly describes a house a city area or a shallow ditch where someone might be that s mostly useless data for finding them Now in the context of other info it contributes used properly RV info can be invaluable But for finding things descriptive data can seldom be used on its own So sing it with me sisters Dowsing locates Remote Viewing describes Info Break It s often been publicly emphasized by persons in the Remote Viewing field such as Dr Edwin May of CSL Director for the majority of STAR GATE s research data and Joseph McMoneagle probably the most scientifically documented viewer in the world at this point and certainly the most publicly demonstrated that Remote Viewing is appropriately used in concert with other information collection techniques In McMoneagle s Nippon TV challenges over the last couple of years for example the Japanese version of the FBI provides one or more names of persons they have not been able to locate who in some cases have been missing for decades The producers put the name in a sealed envelope and ask for information on where that person is now Then they take the information provided by the psychic and the film crew and investigators work with the information to see if they can figure it out and find that person And much of the time they do find them Over and over they have Often with hand sketched street maps detailed walking directions and very clear sketches of unique landmarks in a place the viewer has never been Repeated RV applications successes and in protocol on camera challenge demos of which McMoneagle has several dozen now are ignored by many who like the Editor of this magazine close their eyes wave a hand and declare all evidence nonexistent Well don t bother telling him He doesn t want to know McMoneagle didn t find that person alone from his desk It was having intell on the ground combined with good psychic data both RV and Dowsing that made it possible When you hear about RV finding something like missing kids sunken ships etc it s usually because the psychic was working with some form of investigator that was using RV in combination with other info the way it needs to be used to be most effective For the record most successful location work is done by psychics who are both dowser and viewer such as McMoneagle In the RV field real skill at locational dowsing is rare and skill at temporal dowsing even moreso Many psychic methodologies such as CRV include dowsing techniques as an optional additional tool Andys continues about RV its higher vibration is seen in healing from afar I admit the word vibration used in RV tends to make my eyes roll up in my head But this might be a fair if literary way of putting it Andys has that Baptist shaded belief system about polarities with a special fascination for the shivery underworlds I don t tend to focus on psi in that way personally I think maybe like Ben Stiller said in the movie Zero Effect There aren t good guys over here and bad guys over there There s just there s just a bunch of guys Maybe this polarities thing is itself a belief system culturally spawned into our unconscious from earliest life one that may shape our personal experience both in manifestation and interpretation Andys goes on to describe alleged Russian research thought control mind machines brain surgery and more to outline the direction of death and destruction usually preceded by delusion that she calls the dark side of Remote Viewing Info Break Picky but required Remote Viewing as a term was coined in the ASPR lab in the early 1970 s to refer to psychic functioning done within an approved scientific protocol See the Firedocs FAQ What is Remote Viewing for more Psychic ability nobody invented But that term someone did Take psychic functioning out of a decent Remote Viewing protocol and it is no longer qualified to be called Remote Viewing So you can associate psychic functioning with mind control if desired RV as a term is used very slang as a verb but that is not technically correct There is a difference between psi and RV It blurs understanding for the public when this starts getting muddy nor is it fair to the science so I am just mentioning it Andys writes about Remote Viewing the most vivid experiences don t tend to happen in the laboratory Usually they are spontaneous and unsolicited Experientially this is correct but not technically What this comment evidences unfortunately is that Andys clearly has no clue what Remote Viewing even is how it differs from psychic functioning what the point of science s role in its development might be or anything else of import to the subject Spontaneous vivid imagery as she describes it is not remote viewing It might be psychic it might be something else but being unplanned is clearly out of RV protocol from the start The article mentions many of the more furtively lurking suspicions one hears about in the social psi world Sometimes in print whether internet or other it gets a little difficult to tell really enthusiastic people interested in psi s dark side from borderline paranoid schizophrenia I admit so I tend to avoid this area of the subject when I can Andys assures us the US military would love to be able to employ mind control on a mass scale and then repeats a rumor about the US Navy subcontracting to the Japanese for new brain machines She leads from that right into darkly suggesting that when it comes to out of body experiences back to The Monroe Institute here it s buyer beware because there may well be elements of them over which we simply have no control Oh my There are lots of elements of OBEs that nobody I know certainly not me when I experience such things on occasion can control I have never feared my astral self was in danger of the Navy s Japanese brain machines controlling me should I leave my body but who knows Andys then turned her focus to I m not kidding Dr Courtney Brown of all people Good grief To focus any article on remote viewing and choose Brown as the example is tragic for RV of course Brown has got no please count them zero credentials qualifying him to represent Remote Viewing Nada None Zip And no I don t care if he has a Ph D in something else Given his history in this field those little letters following his name should have devolved to a negative integer by now As a mini reminder I won t write a book Ed Dames the dubiously borderline and suspiciously preplanned former Major psi Vangelist on late night radio took Courtney Brown under his wing as his trainer They were joined at one hip for nearly a year Brown considered his experiences scientific proof he had to be right as they correlated with what Dames had already told him others got as data Dames tasked and monitored him for much of the session work in his book but typically frontloaded which is little more than a hypnotic situation The many problems with this protocol kind of got overlooked Perhaps Political Science being closer to philosophy than chemistry leaves out the educational basics about experimental controls or something In any case Brown promptly trademarked the term Scientific Remote Viewing as if the very term by its definition was not already scientific and as if him simply using the word could make what he was doing qualified as such Since he ignored RV protocol initially in ignorance then in avoidance it was sure frustrating to have him in public with that banner But heck he s laid low a long time now See There is a God That media nightmare is finally fading So why oh why do people in the media continue to look at him when they want to talk about RV Fine so he was on the radio So what Give RV a break already it s bad enough Art Bell is such a doofus isn t it Just because he s a hype media courtesan must every media person that follows him in time also follow suit in attention I am sure someday this will all be funny in retrospect But just thinking about it makes me remember trying to get through Brown s Cosmic Voyage book back then and having to stop halfway through because literally those homicidal impulses I was feeling just weren t healthy Andys reports rage on finishing it Now you d think given that response that d make her more aware of and wary of the many confusions in the RV field Apparently not Instead she seems to just have a major chip on her shoulder about Brown s day glo psychology somehow being TMI s fault or something which is just weird I have to wonder if this is related to her frustration that Atwater wouldn t let her into his TMI practicum free and her having nothing else to write about except some hype on the radio seven years ago as a result Somebody get that woman internet access It s a big world for RV Andys states that Brown said he was trained at TMI and with the use of Hemi Sync and light sound machines learned to remote view to the ends of the universe He might say that Or he might say something very close to that which got interpreted as there being some connection between TMI and Brown s alleged RV I became involved in studying Remote Viewing in late 1995 so I was around when Brown first appeared publicly Right off he had a page on his website that presented him TMI RV etc together in a way that not

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  • Remote Viewing Media: Reviewing the Reviewers: The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Editorials by PJ Gaenir
    just because of its scope and audience that applies to every subject it addresses but because there is not a lot of consistency in the alternatives one finds for RV info whether in print or on the internet As media is at best limited in how much information it can present and at worst ranges from confused to biased to deluded this is a problem for the Remote Viewing field This is not always an insult to the popular media understand it is not by its nature meant to be a textbook One cannot blame it for being what it is bite size chunks of info sandwiched between enthusiasm and packaged for attention Normally media by nature is a review of something or someone else But since media in the case of RV ends up functioning as education for the public for better or worse and usually for worse I ve decided after eight years of getting seriously fed up with it to review the reviewers So to speak I believe I can a add notes to limited samplings b add explanation to overviews or partial examples c correct errors omissions or accidental confusions that may arise often from the nature of editorial revision or limited print space and once in awhile in those unfortunate cases d take just as critical a review of the journalistic efforts as they have taken of the Remote Viewing related efforts It would be nice to have a web link to provide that could offer corrective balance to things in the media I can t tell you how many times people have said to me How could I have KNOWN that the newspaper website person book magazine etc I took seriously was completely misinformed biased brain dead incomplete deceptive wrong It isn t just

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