We have the ability to view or
experience remote scenes and events?
My desktop dictionary defines clairvoyance as “The power to perceive things that are out of the natural range of human senses.” The term remote viewing is not even in my dictionary but it is the term that is now in vogue for the ability we used to call clairvoyance. Perhaps changing the name made the funding process easier for the government agencies that invested millions into remote viewing. The various intelligence agencies used this method to gain information that was not available to them through traditional means. If you do an internet search using the term “remote viewing” there will be hundreds of responses. Many of them are using peoples’ desire to achieve supernormal abilities in order to sell remote viewing instructions. As with all situations where individuals and companies are competing for your money, caveat emptor!
In my search I clicked on one site that is a not for profit entity and seems to be a cut above the rest. The specific part of the site that really got my interest was the “Director’s Corner”, where the Director of the Farsight organization, Courtney Brown, speaks on his understanding of remote viewing and the human dilemma. I don’t think he will object if I quote him directly for 3 entire paragraphs: www.farsight.org/Director/dilemma.html
“Proof now exists that we are indeed composite beings, beings with two aspects, subspace and physical, merged together. Our five physical senses, hearing, touch, sight, taste, and smell, normally overwhelm the intuitions that bleed into our consciousness from our subspace minds. The problem becomes so severe that most people do not know for certain if the soul even exists. They hope for the best, and pray for eternal salvation. But on a conscious level of awareness, most people are lost from their inner selves, even though the inner self is the only part that really matters. It is the only part that survives a brief physical life, and it is the only part that retains what personality we have.
We are a confused species. We need to fix a problem, a problem of knowing. We need to re-establish a common understanding of who we are, who we were, and who we will become. We need to break the limiting physical barriers of time and space so that we can reassemble the components of our broken personalities that lay in fragments more scattered than the parts of an exploding sun. We need to heal.
To heal, we need to destroy a component of the current “scientific” world view that maintains that only that which is physical is real. From the depths of this relatively new religion of scientific atheism is the belief that consciousness is limited to the physical mind, and that when the brain stops functioning, consciousness ceases to exist. When this happens, the personality of the individual is gone forever. Once one abandons this false belief by demonstrating that consciousness is not limited to the physical mind, then the remainder of the framework of scientific atheism will collapse. What will remain is an unstoppable desire among all humans to fill the vacuum left by the demise of those false ideas. This desire will naturally force everyone to turn inward, to seek that which is real, and indeed everlasting. This is the beginning of what will be our species’ new desire to understand the true nature of God. This will be the dawning of a new scientific age that does not divorce itself from that which is spiritual.”
It is this last paragraph that addresses the very reason that I take the time each week to write this “Anomalies” column.
Will Blakely, Epoch Times