Natural magnetic flux may cause religious and spirtual experiences
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January 17, 2014 at 8:50 pm #700593
It’s quite a long video but very interesting in terms of trying to find answers to odd experiences.
05 James Borg on remote viewing, psychic abilities, telepathy and spiritual teachers – YouTube
Includes some fascinating photos of “engineering anomalies”, ie miracles.June 3, 2015 at 9:25 pm #972619
Video is unavailable, however, this one is an interesting thought.
Ampullae of Lorenzini are found in sharks.
Apparently they suspect we evolved from sharks. Way way back. They can sense electro magnetism in the water, and we can sense direction based on the magnetic field according to some.
Combine that with auras, and Kirlian fields, and synesthesia, and presto, some people may indeed be capable of seeing auras.
Personally I think there may be a connection with ASMR as well.June 5, 2015 at 12:56 am #972617
Just as well really – different video was uploaded over the one I originally posted. That was nearly 2 hours long, the bogus one isn’t even 8 minutes.
Searches on the subject just revealed epic amounts of “woo woo” & fluff, overwriting the original scientifically based programme. You can find some references to it here;-
Anyway, mammals came from reptiles, reptiles came from fish – amazing how like our relative species we are.June 5, 2015 at 1:47 am #972620DaftFaderParticipant
I like this guy’s explanation and historical overview of remote viewing.June 5, 2015 at 1:46 pm #972618
Jim Marrs has been studying the subject of RV for some decades but I honestly don’t think he’s ever actually tried it. At least, in a double blind sense, where he was unaware of what the target was, and so was everybody else in direct communication with him, at the time he wrote down his impressions.
Also, I don’t think he can see the wood for the trees. Too much “woo woo” and fluff for my liking. For instance, the “Psychedelic posters” on display at the Fort Meade unit were actually Ingo Swann paintings, not cheap posters. Ingo Swann never viewed operationally but did teach one course, to one set of students, at the operational Fort Meade Unit. There are other inaccuracies with the video but I’m not going to list them all, I’d be here for hours.
Mind you, he’s not the worst. There’s one “researcher”, Courtney Brown, who specializes in JUST setting projects with unverifiable feedback. Aliens, Atlantis, all sorts.
Then the bugger has the gall to call it “Scientific Remote Viewing” and charges pay per view or $20 for a DVD. “Woo! Woo! This Remote Viewing PROVES there really is an alien base up Uranus.”
Yeah, right. I have harangued him to release all his data for true peer review, but he has not done so. So I guess I’ll just have to release my own and show people how you actually release a project worthy of being called “scientific” and “objective”.June 6, 2015 at 7:46 am #972621DaftFaderParticipant
Yeah I know what you mean, I like the beginning of this more, as he does go into the history of it relatively well. He does sort of start pulling straws out of a hat as he gets more into it.
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