Remote Viewing news & blogs – week ending 19 July 2013
What A crazy weeks its been – Uri Geller has re-ignited the remote viewing interest with his latest documentary (see below for link details) and its claims that he was a long-time psychic spy for the CIA and Mossad.
Also we have enclosed a few bits and pieces from across the web on all things remote viewing and more.
European Journal of Parapsychology
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After 35 years, the EJP ceased publishing (for the forseeable future) with volume 25 (2010). We aim to make all articles from back issues of the journal freely available in PDF format. For the interim, you can download PDFs of complete for volumes 19 through 25.
Remote Viewing an Anomaly Photographed by the Phobos 2 Spacecraft
Edward Riordan, 20 July, 2013 [article/video]
A full video CRV remote viewing session form Edward Riordan.
The Cue: Describe the most important aspects of the target event at the instant of original imaging by the Phobos 2 spacecraft.
Monitor: Jerry Harthcock
Experimental Support for Controversial Precognition Study?
21 July, 2013 [article]
Uri Geller the psychic spy: I used secret mind tricks on Russians to stop nuclear war
Daily Mirror, 19 July, 2013 [article]
“He is most famous for bending spoons but what you probably didn’t know is that Uri Geller is actually responsible for saving us from a Third World War and Armageddon.
At least that’s how it seems…And while he is the king of reinvention, from his early days as a nightclub entertainer to a psychic who graced the sofas of 1970s chat shows, even by Uri’s standards his latest incarnation is a little bizarre.
In a new documentary, the 66-year-old has been “revealed” to be a spy, a psychic James Bond who fought the Soviet menace armed with nothing but a hard stare and a drawer full of contorted cutlery.”
Watch the Secret Life of URI Geller (UK only)
ALexis Poquiz latest Dung Bettle update
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Teresa M Frisch – Operational Remote Viewing registry
[Daz] – An online tool to act as an interface between project managers, remote viewers and potential clients to keep each party blind and separated as per the structured system used in remote viewing, but also allowing them to work together on projects.
Remote Viewing Future Events – Ridge Run Blogger Interview – Part 3
17 July, 2013 [article]
Other Interesting news bites…
Making big ‘Schroedinger cats’: Quantum research pushes boundary by testing micro theory for macro objects.
Phys.org, 21 July, 2013 [article]
We Can Teleport Ourselves Anywhere In The World, We’re Just Really Bad At It
22 July, 2013 Business Insider [article]
“We’re hanging out at the International Conference On Quantum Technologies in Moscow this week and grabbed some time to speak to Professor Eugene Polzik of the Niels Bohr Institute Of Copenhagen University. Professor Polzik is noted for his work in quantum teleportation, the transmission of quantum data (called qubits) from one place to another at the speed of light. This smacks of science fiction, but it happens every single day – electrons “teleport” by themselves all the time by way of a process called quantum tunneling. Our biggest question for him was a straightforward one: Why are the rules for the quantum world so drastically different from the rules for the macroscopic world that we see with our naked eye? Polzik smiled and said, “The rules are the same. You just have to look closely.””[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]