The Outer Limits of Belief

For most people, Remote Viewing challenges the limits of belief  What other subjects stretch our ability to accept extraordinary claims, even when evidence is strong, data is good and credentials are excellent?   Look at the following subjects and references:

Reincarnation:  Ian Stevenson, PhD: Children Who Remember Previous Lives: A Question of Reincarnation (revised edition).  and Jim Tucker, PhD: Life Before Life: A Scientific Investigation of Children’s Memories of Previous Lives. One of the most interesting cases is: The James Linegar story: see on YouTube.

UFO’s: See these documentaries:  Out of the Blue and The Unacknowledged. Also, Navy Piolet David Fravor, YouTube.

Astrology: Rick Tarnas, PhD: Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View, 2006.

TelepathyEntangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum RealityDean Radin, PhD.

I feel my sense of boundaries and beliefs perturbed by these accounts, yet the disturbance is within the part of myself that contains collective concensus beliefs: this is fascinating. Morphogenic fields that incline one to believe and think, as the population that surrounds oneself?

Paul C Adams  (Prem Das)   2018

Remote Viewing: Fact or Fantasy?

Clairvoyance has been recognized as a perceptual channel of awareness, which some people, in the course of their lives experience periodically, or sometimes  frequently. Today this ability has been researched extensively, and is re-named, Remote Viewing.

In my book, A Guide to Luminous Places, I suggest that one variety of the experience of Heaven is exactly this: Remote Viewing, in full color, fine detail and as a 360 panorama of innumerable vistas and views, dimensions within, that have been referred to by cultures worldwide and throughout recorded history. Today, for most people this fantastic channel of awareness is only hinted at by myth, legend, art, and written sacred texts; yet is rarely experienced, why should this be?

The channel of inner Remote Viewing has been established as very probable, by research scientists Russell Targ (Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness, 2004) and with Harold Putoff, PhD (Mind Reach, 1976). Also, former US military Intelligence personal: Lyn Buchanon, Joseph McMoneagle and Paul H. Smith have written books about their methods and experiences with Remote Viewing; be sure to see their YouTube presentations.

Most modern people today find these findings incredible, almost to the point where they might say, ” I would not believe it even if it were true”.  It is like the response to the phenomena of Quantum entanglement (Quantum Physics): it just seems impossible. Wikipedia presents many of the criticisms and possible flaws in Remote Viewing research protocol, and this appears to support the consensus reality, as believed by most modern people.

I believe that our collective (subconscious) consensus, concerning the nature of reality exists as a cultural morphic field (Rupert Sheldrake, PhD: The Presence of the Past: morphic resonance and the habits of nature: chapt. 14 The Fields of Human Societies and Cultures – Group Minds.1988. Also, see:The Sense of Being Stared At: and Other Aspects of the Extended Mind, 2003) and it conditions each person living within its boundaries toward a personal inclination to believe as the majority do, it compels this within its territory. Leaving the territory, to another country or land (the remote Amazon, or Himalayas, etc.) and the story – program will fade or change. Isolation in remote wilderness locations can accomplish this easement toward another point of view, and a different experience about the limits of reality.

Many people have had the experience of remote viewing, especially in dreams and hypnogogic moments between waking and sleep. Yet few people have the financial means, or time, to go out and verify their perceptions.  Upon occasion, precognitive remote viewing while dreaming can provide real time environmental feedback, confirming that this channel of awareness does occur, unpredictably, for many people at some time in their lives.

(C)  Paul C Adams (aka: Prem Das)  2018     updated: 10/10/2018