Psychic Spies – If true, they’d have a real edge because most people would think it’s crazy

Dark Journalist: Remote Viewing and Psychic Warfare – Russell Targ https://t.co/AthunioLSH — earthpages.org (@earthpages) September 26, 2016 Russell Targ is quite well known throughout the parapsychology world. He’s a physicist who does experiments concerning psi phenomena. Targ has observed that results were more significant while conducting research with a pure heart, instead of just trying… Read More Psychic Spies – If true, they’d have a real edge because most people would think it’s crazy

The Dislike of Catholicism: Understanding the Holy in the Catholic Tradition – 5 – Psychological reasons

Projection onto the Big Bad Wolf Now we turn to those who dislike Catholicism mostly because of their baggage—that is, their unresolved psychological issues. Some Christians routinely advocate angry, hateful behavior. And if they see any vice among individual Catholics they arguably project their own anger – and other shortcomings – onto Catholicism as a… Read More The Dislike of Catholicism: Understanding the Holy in the Catholic Tradition – 5 – Psychological reasons

The Remote Viewing Archives

By Gerald O’Donnell Reprinted with permission “Remote Viewing” (mental spying) was initially carried out by Eastern Block countries at the height of the “Cold War.” Secret PSI research associated with the state security and defense establishment was going on in the former U.S.S.R. and its many satellite communist countries since the early 50’s. Paradoxically, the… Read More The Remote Viewing Archives

ESP, remote viewing actually ‘complementary cognition?’

By Steve Hammons The term “anomalous cognition” has come to mean something similar to what has often been called the “sixth sense.” These concepts are also linked with names for this phenomena such as extrasensory perception (ESP) and remote viewing. However, is it true that certain kinds of perception are actually “anomalous,” that is, unusual… Read More ESP, remote viewing actually ‘complementary cognition?’

The Quantum Physics of Remote Viewing

By Gerald O’Donnell. Reprinted with permission. Eighteenth and nineteenth century physical science had completed and embellished the “golden age of a mechanistic and deterministic models of the universe” where the universe and its constituents are ruled by rigid interactive forces that can be measured, phenomena that can be predicted using mathematical tools, and where the… Read More The Quantum Physics of Remote Viewing

Many forms of conventional, unconventional intelligence can help our global efforts

By Steve Hammons People around the world are facing many challenges and asking many questions. Some are down-to-Earth and conventional concerns. Some are more unconventional, spiritual and metaphysical questions. In some cases, the conventional and metaphysical merge. For example, many of the people waging war now, on one side or the other, claim to believe… Read More Many forms of conventional, unconventional intelligence can help our global efforts