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Remote Viewing and 2012

According to the International Remote Viewing Association:

"Remote viewing is a mental faculty that allows a perceiver (a "viewer") to describe or give details about a target that is inaccessible to normal senses due to distance, time, or shielding. For example, a viewer might be asked to describe a location on the other side of the world, which he or she has never visited; or a viewer might describe an event that happened long ago; or describe an object sealed in a container or locked in a room; or perhaps even describe a person or an activity; all without being told anything about the target -- not even its name or designation."

The best known remote viewer is Major Ed Dames. Maj. Dames trained soldiers in remote viewing for the U. S. Army. He now privately contracts his services and trains willing individuals in remote viewing techniques.

Maj. Dames is best known for the prediction issued in his video, The Killshot:

The video is interesting, but a bit long. The take-away is that something awful is going to come upon the earth. The sun will belch. The grid will fry. The earth will topple. Few will survive. There are safe places, but you'd better be finding one soon. Mostly, these are up north, way up north, into Canada and similar latitudes around the earth. A precursor to the big event is one of our space shuttle missions being interupted by an asteroid attack. The killshot event cannot happen until this space shuttle accident takes place.

According to NASA, there are four shuttle missions remaining in 2010: March 18, May 14, July 29, and September 16. After this, the program is scheduled to be ended. That would mean that the event described in the video preceding the killshot has to occur no later than September of this year.

On his latest visit to Coast-to-Coast AM with host George Noory, we learned that George has been learning remote viewing. One future event that he reported (and, Dames confirmed from his own remote viewing) is an asteroid impact in the middle of the USA. There is no timetable for this event.

In fact, after issuing predictions with dates attached in a 2009 C2C program, Ed Dames has said he will not do that in the future. There is no way of seeing or otherwise knowing a date when remote viewing. He attempted to give a timeline because so many people were asking. It did not work out well.

According to Dames and other sources, remote viewing is a useful tool. The U.S. military has used it to various degrees, plus the Chinese and Russian military have remote viewing programs. If this is the case, it is a form of future viewing where the individual leaves the present to transcend time and space. This means it is a form of occult divination that should not be trifled with by the reader.

What if it happens? Well, what if anything happens? What if you don't see that guy who's going to run the red light in cross-traffic on the way home tomorrow? What if I choke on a peanut tonight? No one is getting out of this world alive unless we live to the end of the age, and even then, the question is the same: are you ready for what comes next?

As for the accuracy of remote viewing, I put it right up there with the Web Bot and Nostradamus. The only reason we have an article on remote viewing is that Maj. Dames now estimates his killshot event to occur between 2011 and 2013. What lies exactly between 2011 and 2013? Why, 2012, of course!

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