Why Aren't We All Remote Viewing?

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You’ve heard Dennis talk about remote viewing numerous times on The Seiker Podcast. Now there’s a new documentary coming out that details how the modern American remote viewing program began.

Russell Targ is a physicist, parapsychologist, and author who helped found the Remote Viewing project at Stanford Research Institute (SRI) back in the 1970s.

He’s promoting a soon-to-be released film titled Three Eye Spies (trailer below). The film details how Targ, Hal Puthoff, Ingo Swan, Pat Price and others began this program and how it quickly caught the interest and eventually funding from the CIA.

 

Tyler Glockner at SecureTeam managed to score an interview with Russell Targ to discuss this amazing piece of history and the new movie. The movie looks amazing and Tyler’s interview is well worth the listen.

My biggest takeaway, without sharing too much, is Targ’s firm belief that remote viewing is not a skill for a few select people, but rather a skill we all have and can develop. It kind of begs the question. Why isn’t this information taught to children in schools? Wouldn’t developing this skill make for a much more honest, transparent society in every way. How could a whole population of people using these abilities shift the trajectory of our civilization?

Was George Carlin right when he said in his famous rant on the American dream? He said, “Governments don’t want a population capable of critical thinking, they want obedient workers, people just smart enough to run the machines and just dumb enough to passively accept their situation.”

Do you agree? Are skills we all possess kept from us consciously by an on-world or off-world elite with Carlin’s quote as their vision? I’d love to hear your comments below.

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media