I had the opportunity to meet Stephen Schwartz, who was a pioneer in “Psychological Archeology”, where “Physics Feel” an ancient site by drawing circles on the map.
One of his projects was in Egypt where they found the Cleopatra Palace, the Marc Anthony-Timonium Palace and the Lighthouse of the Pharaohs, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. He showed me pictures, as they were busy discovering the edge of the ship.
Use electronic remote sensors such as side-scanning sonar or proton micromagnetics and ground penetration radars.
Schwartz: “I always want to see: Could you find it using electronic sources? Because one of the criticisms is: well, anyone can find it.
I use multiple viewers remotely, I get information before we go to the site, I get additional information before we are on the site. Some of this information is delivered to an outside agency before any actual field work is taken. Then we dig and then we have independent experts who assess the accuracy of what the viewers gave us compared to what was already found. “
Schwartz enthusiastically showed me pictures on his computer: “Now here’s an example – we had an extremely skeptical archaeological department from the University of Alexandria and they said” Okay we won’t cooperate with you unless you can find something and we can control every path. “So they wanted to find a building buried in a buried city with tiled flooring, so we went to the desert with reporters to find this place.
So here’s George McMullen – I’m an athlete, and we’re in the middle of the desert. Where are you looking? And we have to search for 1,500 square kilometers. Soon after, George made us do a site, and then we had Hila Hamid (another psychiatrist) do the same. Then we return George and literally say to him – “Now we place a stake on the ground in the corners of the building.” Now think about it, you can’t be more than a few inches tall. Then we dug underneath and there you see the walls starting to appear.
I asked him, Why aren’t more people doing archaeological research?
Schwartz: “I think it’s probably all that the whole hypothesis that there is an aspect of consciousness independent of temporal space – is simply too many people to take on board and go into some kind of realistic vertigo.
I don’t think for a moment that this is new or unknown before; I think much of this, especially from Buddhism and Hinduism, has been known for thousands of years. “
Stefan spoke of Jules Verne, the father of science fiction, who was an inspiring French writer.
In 1863 he photographed spaceflight and moon trips, guided missiles, glass and steel skyscrapers, global communications networks, and submarines carrying hundreds of men within miles of the sea. Predict with amazing accuracy all these inventions, and the things you will achieve, long before they become true. Some believe that many of these ideas were self-fulfilling. This may be the case very well.
Swartz then told me how in the past years he asked about 4,000 people for remote viewing in 2050. This is what they found, according to Swartz:
People will live in small communities; People will travel in virtual reality.
Will it be safer? There will be no small wars, and terrorism will remain.
We now believe that due to overpopulation there will be a shortage of resources, but they thought that a sparsely populated would be the problem. The pharmaceutical industry will disappear. Chronic diseases will be identified before birth. We will communicate through the devices implanted in our bodies. There will be no more money used. There will be an energy revolution, and massive mass migrations of people. Global warming will be very clear 15 years from now. Water will be a huge issue. And we will all carry a small box with us. (RS: Maybe a solar battery?)
Remote viewing has gone from being a mysterious laboratory protocol to a social movement through newsletters, conferences and a variety of technologies. It has become a professional interest for hundreds of thousands of people in the United States.
Paul Smith, a teacher and coordinator of the CIA spy program in the 1990s, is conducting real remote viewing sessions.
There are a variety of people teaching different techniques. There are rules in the RV to ensure that the information one obtains cannot be accessed to oneself through any other means.
These rules, which are taken as a group, are called “protocol”. The protocol does not affect being psychological; It has little to do with the psychological process itself. Instead, it affects the state within which a person is psychological.
Paul Smith was taught by Ingo Swann, who assembled a range of styles in the 1980s.
I had to take him at his home in a suburb of Austin (Texas) and we went to a meeting room in a hotel where he usually held his RV sessions.
Paul Smith: “I was an Army intelligence officer working for the Middle East office. Actually I was a little skeptical of ESP, but they approached me and said,” Hey, I think you’ll be good at this. “I said well what are they? They were secretive and they said they couldn’t tell me until they did my test. So they gave me some tests and then they told me that they were gathering intelligence against the enemy using a psychological skill known as remote viewing, and they said:” We want you to be a spy. ” And I said – “What? This is just amazing. Are you crazy? ”Obviously, this seemed to be very fun. More fun than I was doing at the time, so I said,“ Okay, I’ll try it, what the heck. ”So I spent 7 years on their military program. We used to spy on the Soviet Union Spying on the Chinese, Hezbollah, and traffickers in Narco in the Caribbean – whoever they believe or pose a threat at that time.
I did a simple test with Smith. A week before our meeting, I visited Balboa Park in San Diego, and I photographed around the area, especially the space shuttle Apollo at the Space Museum. I left the tape with the footage in an adjacent room in the hotel. I asked Smith if he could “watch” video clips in the movie.
Smith takes pride in maintaining the best methodology. Meditate first before the session begins.
Smith: “First I will describe the basic sensory impressions: red, spongy, shiny, round, hollow, or airy.”
He told me that he knows watching remotely because there is a demand for it, and as a way to earn some income for his family. He added, “But to some extent I think remote viewing tells us a lot about human nature.”
To get a suitable remote view, you need a screen. So Paul asked one of his students to help him focus and prevent him from thinking or analyzing a lot. This is because the left brain does all the analysis, but the remote viewer needs to close the left brain, so the person (screen) must perform adult functions so to speak.
I asked him, “So aren’t you supposed to think too much?”
Smith: “Actually, in fact, the more I think about it, the more problems I encounter. It is easy to learn to watch remotely but it takes a lot of work to do it well. I’d like to say that I do the target a lot more than I am abroad, and I usually say Almost 70% of the time I am right. “
Smith explained how you must first write your name and date on a piece of paper: “Remote viewing exceeds the limits of time and space so we have to prove your place so your subconscious knows where to start.”
After three minutes of meditation, Paul began a remote viewing session. Can he see what’s on my video?
“The Southern California site, I see educational angles, reminded me of having children in the pool. An auto highway, the great California coast,” Smith said.
Indeed, I am now thinking about it: Balboa Park is next to the highway. There is a blessing.
Paul seemed to describe the entire area, not just the Aviation Museum that I visited. There is an educational center. This was absolutely amazing.
Smith continued: “Brown, black, metallic … I love this place – I’d like to go there myself. The people here are happy – it reminds me of a state fair or something like that …. a break …” a space capsule “.
The session ended after about half an hour. How many words are in the English dictionary? 171.476. So, there is a possibility from 1 to 171.476 that Paul mentions the word “space capsule”. Or was he reading my mind? Although that would be a miracle by itself. I left a booklet on the San Diego Aerospace Museum in my hotel room, and brought it to him.
Smith: “That’s exactly what I drew! Did I draw that? And the space capsule is here. I had the impression of this tiny space capsule like Apollo. That’s good! I like it.”
I asked him if he was not actually reading my mind?
Smith: “I don’t think so, but who knows? There is no way to know that. We may all get information from the same source or exchange information back and forth.”
I soon learned that mind reading or telepathy does not usually occur among strangers.