Date: April 12, 2018 04:32PM
> You might believe in reincarnation. I believe in a
> final judgment and disposition each soul. Many on
> this board believe in the extinction of the self.
> We cannot all be right. And, of course, we might
> all be wrong. But, at most, only one of us can be
> right. Sincerity of belief is not sufficient, but
> neither does refutation of another's position
> prove him right.
I have pointed this out before, the CIA has released documents concerning using and training 'psychics' in various agencies. The Army hired and trained remote viewers under project Stargate, others also employed them. They concluded 'remote viewing' is real. Remote viewing is one way of getting psychic information they also mentioned others ------ which are used by some remote viewers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLeoU6HNu3A
Although, the government got rid of Stargate after about 20 years some remote viewers have just become government 'contractors/consultants'.
Since I am a trained and experienced remote viewer (training is free on line and I have been practicing periodically for over 1 year), I try to keep up with the major remote viewing people and projects on utube.
Guess what, many projects are talked about on utube where you can find remote viewing projects on 'reincarnation' --- indicating it is what is happening now to at least people on this Earth; on Jesus of Nazareth indicating he was a real person (human) but did not die on the cross; on 'aliens' on the moon, mars, other places and other times even their involvement in building the Great Pyramid. Various other 'mysteries' have been remote viewed and some information exists on utube.
Even though I am a trained/but inexperienced remote viewer, I do not agree with 'everything' these more experienced remote viewers say ----- based on my rv work and other 'intuitive' work. However, I have rarely seen them miss the 'target' completely. So when they support reincarnation, the Jesus myth, aliens, etc. the basics they obtained are 'accurate' based on my 'intuitive work' and experiences.
I have heard the accuracy rate from a single remote viewer ranges between 40-80%. That is why the government and other organizations use a 'group' of remote viewers to maintain accuracy at a 'higher level', but they are not perfect so they were not recommended to be used as 'stand alone information'.
I just say to those that don't believe in the basics of what 'remote viewers' have found, should make sure they have a 'good reason' to believe otherwise since the CIA concluded this is not just 'woo woo'!