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pjrv : Messages : 2638-2638 of 4038
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From: "pjgaenir" Date: Wed Mar 12, 2003 3:56 pm Subject: Semi-Virtual Quantum Realities pjgaenir Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 What if we had an experience, and it was stored in a computer. And then later, someone else were able to log into that program and share that experience with us? Isn't that a great deal of what remote viewing can be? If you RV General MacArthur just after a big battle, is it anything else than that 'model'? If we can share an experience of someone's making love, being heartbroken, their concentration camp misery, a shocking death, giving birth, skiing, or anything else, then what would be difficult about sharing the experience of a remote viewing session? If we are all 'inherently' psi, as Joe and Ingo and others say*, then technically what differs is not what data we acquire, but what we bother paying attention to and recording. The data, the contact, is always there. When we review someone else's sessions, are we contributing to them in our own way? Is this not the testing hypothesis of Greg K's ARV? (Greg?) What if we review them looking to compare/find something other than their feedback? Like a different target? PJ [ref * - McMoneagle says that research shows only about 1/2 of 1% are "world class level" remote viewers. But he also says, when asked how much of psi skill is 'psychology', "all of it." So it's not unreasonable to think if we can address the psychology issues, core belief constructs and such, we could dramatically raise this number. And of course, that's world-class, that doesn't mean that another 70% aren't competent to varying degrees worth having. His comments don't pertain to species innate qualities, but rather, to what appears to be the case when you measure how psychology, experience, etc. allows our people to perform psi-wise under controlled conditions.] pjrv : Messages : 2644-2644 of 4038
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#2644

From: aeonblueau8008... Date: Wed Mar 12, 2003 3:45 pm Subject: Re: Semi-Virtual Quantum Realities terri8008 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > PJ wrote: > What if we had an experience, and it was stored in a computer. And > then later, someone else were able to log into that program and share > that experience with us? > Isn't that a great deal of what remote viewing can be? If you RV > General MacArthur just after a big battle, is it anything else than > that 'model'? have you seen the movie 'The Thirteenth Floor'?. ~T~ (aka MATRIX) (life's a holodeck) --------------------------- Moderator's note: About 40 times so far. :-) PJ

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