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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 21, 2002 22:09:27 UTC

for sincerity. And I think Ed Dames as the viewer. Might be wrong there.

Remote viewing is not exactly new. It is called "clairvoyance" in less tax-financed circles.

There is also clairsentience: as per Xerxes and the Delphic Orsomething.

Precognotions (just kidding): Nosradamus.

Clairaudience: per your garden-variety schizoid and myself. It is only a cruel joke of Fate that we just happen to have the same gift, but here I am tarred with the same brush of incredulosity.

So what about Jules Verne, Da Vinci and Nostradamus? It seems they were all at least somewhat correct.

What about Letourneau, who actually invented earth-movers for the Hoover Dam project on the basis of a dream?

And I think it was Dr. Lee DeForest who used to "sit for ideas".

So it seems there are many aspects of remote viewing.

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