Monday, March 27, 2017

release it to where it is not

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

I found this letter created by Russell Targ, one of the fathers of Stargate, the Remote Viewing science out of Stanford and found it interesting that for a man as accomplished as he is, that he was attempting to get Mockingbird Wiki to stop degrading Remote Viewing as pseudoscience.

There was an entry from his classified work which caught my attention in his people were able to predict the failure of a Chicom nuclear bomb, three days before it occurred.

This fascinates me as Dick Algire was this past summer part of an operation which was predicting future events off of the internet page of a news outlet, one month into the future. The work was tracking successfully until they published a future report about an event which removed an American city and region.

There was a certain popular girl who sort of changed the time line in stopping this event, and then got a surprise interview as certain regime agencies were displeased they had been cut out of the loop again by DC.

The point in this was the time line was changed. Two major events in 2016 were altered, one protecting a city and the other electing President Donald Trump, when every Nostradamus guru, star charter and whatever stated he would lose. Once again the popular girl rewrote the time line.

This fascinates me in the prediction of events 3 days out by the Remote Viewers, and other viewings which were accurate. The first experiment was successful at 1 kilometer in finding a trial subject. The further tests were accurate, but it returns to the reality that it is possible to alter time lines.
Due to the psychic storm unleashed on the subject who defeated Hamrod, it is evident that the popular girl disrupted the comfort zone of millions of lunatics in what they "knew" was the future.

The success of the popular girl was sufficient that the Algire group ceased publishing data on Rense. It appears that in the realigning of the city save to original time line and inserting the current victor, that thee entire time line was so altered that it has not yet recovered.
There is a surge realigning the events, but the principles are still sorting out. I ponder if it is possible to deal with physical manifestations of the Great Tribulation. Christ is the Principle of Peace, and if I could delay certain events and reactions, until after the Second Coming, then chaos would cease and Peace would Reign.

My concerns are submission to Christ, in I will not interfere with the Father's Will. There is a consideration of the Wormwood event, in not compounding it to a worse outcome. A fraction of an inch now would bring a miss, but if something else is there larger, it would make things too interesting.
The death of sinners in mass do not interest in the time line. My having a pleasant day does interest me as I have suffered enough.

I think I will ponder this more in my personal conversation. It is logical to conclude that it is possible to burn out the matrix and collapse the chaos onto itself. Energy released is both explosive and consumptive. Release the energy into another field of force and have it burn itself out.
Keep the event release but release it to where it is not.

1--In order to publish our findings in the 1976 Proceedings of the IEEE, we had to meet with the Robert W. Lucky, managing editor, and his board. The editor proposed to us that we show him how to conduct a remote viewing experiment. If it was successful, he would publish our paper. The editor was also head of electro-optics at Bell Telephone Laboratory. We gave a talk at his lab. He then chose some engineers to be the “psychics” for each of five days. Each day he hid himself at a randomly chosen location in the nearby town. After the agreed-upon five trials, the editor read the five transcripts and successfully matched each of the five correctly to his hiding places. This was significant at 0.008 (one in 5!, 5-factorial). As a result, he published our paper on “Information Transmission Over Kilometer Distances”.
2—In our 23 year program for the government at SRI, we had to carry out “demonstration of ability” tasks for the Director of CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency, NASA, and Commanding General of the Army Intelligence Command. (The names are available upon request.) For the CIA we were able to accurately describe and draw a giant gantry crane rolling on eight wheels over a large building, and draw the 60 foot gores, “slices” of a sphere, under construction in northern Russia. The sphere was entirely accurate, although its existence was unknown at the time. The description was so accurate that it became the subject of a Congressional hearing of the House Committee on Intelligence. They were afraid of a security leak. No leak was found, and we were told to “press on.”
3—Remote viewing is easily replicated and has been demonstrated all over the world. It has been the subject of several Ph.D. dissertations in the US and abroad. Princeton University had a 25 year program investigating remote viewing with more than 450 trials. Prof. Robert Jahn also published a lengthy and highly significant (p = 10-10 or 1 in ten billion) experimental investigation of remote viewing in the 1982 Proc. IEEE.
4—The kind of tasks that kept us in business for twenty-three years include: SRI psychics found a downed Russian bomber in Africa; reported on the health of American hostages in Iran; described Soviet weapons factories in Siberia; located a kidnapped US general in Italy; and accurately forecasted the failure of a Chinese atomic-bomb test three days before it occurred, etc. When San Francisco heiress Patricia Hearst was abducted from her home in Berkeley, a psychic with the SRI team was the first to identify the kidnapper by name and then accurately describe and locate the kidnap car. I was at the Berkeley police station and witnessed this event.
5—Jessica Utts is a statistics Professor at the University of California, Irvine, and is president of the American Statistical Association. In writing for her part of a 1995 evaluation of our work for the CIA, she wrote: “Using the standards applied to any other area of science, it is concluded that psychic functioning has been well established. The statistical results of the studies examined are far beyond what is expected by chance. Arguments that these results could be due to methodological flaws in the experiments are soundly refuted.… Remote viewing has been conceptually replicated across a number of laboratories, by various experimenters, and in different cultures. This is a robust effect that, were it not such an unusual domain, would no longer be questioned by science as a real phenomenon. It is unlikely that methodological flaws could account for its remarkable consistency.”
6--Whether you believe some, all, or none of the above, it should be clear that hundreds of people were involved in a 23 year, multi-million dollar operational program at SRI, the CIA, DIA and two dozen intelligence officers at the army base at Ft. Meade. Regardless of the personal opinion of a Wikipedia editor, it is not logically coherent to trivialize this whole remote viewing undertaking as some kind of “pseudoscience.” Besides me, there is a parade of Ph.D. physicists, psychologists, and heads of government agencies who think our work was valuable, though puzzling.
~~~~Russell Targ, May 12, 2014