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Remote Viewing Climate Change Across Multiple Realities

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

This presentation by Courtney Brown, Ph.D. from The Farsight Institute was made at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration.

Courtney Brown presents a theory and data exploring the idea of describing the future with respect to multiple realities or alternate timelines. The remote-viewing data constitute one of the largest collections of such data for a single project using structured remote-viewing platforms that were developed by the U.S. military.

Two timelines are explored, with both suggesting potentially catastrophic climatic change by June 2013.

The Farsight Institute conducted a Climate Project that utilized remote-viewing data with Earth-based targets for the years 2008 and 2013. Two remote-viewing methodologies (CRV and HRVG) and eight highly trained remote viewers were involved in the study.

The primary purpose of the study is to explore the use of remote viewing to predict the future given certain conditions. All remote-viewing sessions were completed prior to the target date for the 2008 targets. All targets were randomly assigned to the remote-viewing sessions using a publicly verifiable process after the remote-viewing sessions were completed, data encrypted, and all data made available for public download from the web site for The Farsight Institute. The remote-viewing data thereby described the 2008 targets in advance of the targets being chosen for the sessions, an unambiguous and successful example of prediction using nonlocal consciousness.

The targets were chosen using Google Earth, focusing on targets which might be expected to show signs of noticeable near-term environmental change within the time span of the study.

In this study, the 2013 targets probe two different future timelines, one in which mainstream science recognizes the existence of remote viewing as a real phenomenon as well as the existence of some form of extraterrestrial life, and another timeline in which this recognition does not occur.

The rationale behind the two timelines is that the near future may be significantly different under the contrasting scenarios. This presentation outlines the surprising results of this study. This study follows a highly successful year-long parallel study also conducted at The Farsight Institute that explicitly tests for the existence of multiple realities or timelines (the Multiple Universes Project).

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