by Dan Eden for viewzone (2012)
Some of this information has already been posted on viewzone in separate stories about Earhart and a phenomenon known as remote viewing. Rather than send you to another link for the background information, I have repeated some of the relevant parts of these other stories in this article.
The Good News: Amelia Earhart's wreckage has been found
It's all over the news. CNN has been running the story of the apparent discovery of Amelia Earhart's plane wreckage in an underwater debris field off the island of Nikumaroro. The expedition, sponsored by the TIGHAR Group, originally claimed that Amelia Earhart landed safely on the small atoll in the Pacific with her co-pilot, Fred Noonan, and remained castaways until their death, some time in 1937.
The TIGHAR Group had wonderful public relations -- even Hillary Clinton threw her support behind their theory -- and managed to get the University of Hawaii and the US Navy's Deep Sea Civilian contractor, Phoenix International, involved in this most recent expedition.
A scrupulous search of the island with metal detectors revealed nothing. The much acclaimed "castaway theory" was debunked. Perhaps as an afterthought, the expedition filmed under the water along the beach and returned disappointed. Only after experts viewed the footage did they discover a debris field and what appears to be an upside-down landing gear from the ill fated plane.
In one of the frames, experts claim they see man made objects -- the image of upside-down landing gear from her plane [above].
Now: The BAD news!
Over the years there have been many theories about what happened to Earhart. A myriad of small atolls were considered, investigated and then eliminated. Eventually the small island of Nikumaroro was considered the best remaining possibility.
As the more confident reports of this discovery were posted, my heart pounded and my hair stood on end. This was the exact location given decades ago by Joseph McMoneagle, remote viewer #001 in the government's now declassified Stargate Project. At the time he made these predictions he was laughed at and ridiculed by members of the various expeditions attempting to locate Earhart's remains. In fact, it got quite ugly. But remote viewing has championed and proven itself reliable.
Why am I not thrilled to have confirmation of this psychic ability? I'll cut to the chase: remote viewers have recently released something they have been "seeing" in their various attempts to get information from the future -- something so terrible that I had secretly hoped they were wrong and that remote viewing was, at best, some kind of trick. But it isn't. We know that now.
Remote Viewing is REAL!
Remote Viewing is a talent where some individuals can get information from events and places that are far away in both distance and time. The phenomenon is not completely understood but has been repeatedly validated by experiments.
Remote viewing was popularized in the 1990s, following the declassification of documents related to the Stargate Project, a $20 million research program sponsored by the U.S. Federal Government to determine if there was any potential military application of psychic phenomena. The program was "terminated" in 1995, citing a lack of documented evidence that the program had any value to the intelligence community. At least that's the "official" position.
Those who were involved with the program tell a different story. They claim that when the validation of remote viewing experiments became obvious, various individuals wanted it shut down immediately because they thought it had tapped into something unnatural, even Satanic. There continues to be an element of fear associated with the phenomenon despite theories that attempt to describe it as part of a holographic and parallel universe. But the real fear comes not from the source of this "unnatural" knowledge, but in the things remote viewers have seen in our future.
I've already written about these future events but first, let's review the background of the remote viewer, Joseph McMoneagle, who made the Earhart predictions.
Working for the CIA at Stanford, scientists were discovering that almost anyone could be taught to do this, given the right environment and circumstances. In their book, Evidential Details, by Seeds & McMoneagle (2000), we learned that the Remote Viewing technique was thoroughly studied, refined and that operational procedures were established. Although these early techniques were not always accurate, the reasons for the inaccuracies were discovered, allowing some individuals to refine their abilities and achieve astounding success.
One of the most successful remote viewers was co-author, Joseph McMoneagle [right]. His track record remains classified, however it was impressive enough to have been awarded the U.S. Army's Legion of Merit Medal, one of the highest meritorious awards given to a civilian in America. Although McMoneagle still cannot talk about some of his top secret work for the government, he worked with Scott Seeds, co-author, on remote viewing ten events that most people would be very familiar with, among them the tragic death of Princess Diana (August 1997) and the disappearance of Amelia Earhart (July 1937) during her attempt to circumnavigate the globe in a twin engine airplane.
The most impressive example of remote viewing comes from McMoneagle's 1998 attempt at locating the remains of famed female pilot, Amelia Earhart. As described in Evidential Details, McMoneagle begins viewing his target in New Guinea on the tarmac of Lae Field, the last runway that Earhart, and co-pilot Noonan, left before their disappearance.
He viewed the airplane from inside and out, noting certain details that may have contributed to the confusion and disappearance. Specifically, he sensed that something broke off the twin engine plane upon takeoff, somehow contributing to the tragic outcome. He also was able to see Amelia Earhart.
"Where is the target? -- I don't get anything really remarkable about the events or the take off from this airport, other than it seems to be unique that the pilot might be female. She also seems to be clearly in charge -- that is making all the decisions." -- McMoneagle
McMoneagle continued to describe the events during the flight, the confusion that happened when their refueling stop was missed due to possible navigation error, and their decision to ditch the plane near a small Pacific island. But he did even more. He described the crash site in exceptional detail, drawing a map of the island and even pinpointing the location of the debris.
"650 feet deep, 1300 to 1400 feet off outside reef..." -- McMoneagle
The island where the wreckage can be found is called Nikumaroro. It's part of the Phoenix Island chain. McMoneagle's sketch of the island he viewed is above. The actual island [below] as seen from the air.
[above:] Map shows location of the Nikumaroro atol. Australia is just visible on the left. The Hawaiian Islands are not visible because of the graphic overlay but are located in the upper right of the globe. This has to be one of the most remote places on planet Earth.
We recently corresponded with another remote viewer who wished to remain anonymous. His specialty is predicting the future and he explained some of the most recent work with remote viewing.
"In remote viewing there are three events that take place: the Remote Viewing Attempt (RVA), where the remote viewer actually tries to see the targer event in the future. Then there is the target event (TE)-- the thing the remote viewer is trying to 'see' -- and the Task Assignment (TA) -- where some person gives the assignment of what the remote viewer should be looking for.
This second method has been shown to be extremely accurate. But why?
The theory is that we live in multiple universes or multiple futures. The future has not been determined but the events are determined by what we are doing right now, in the present.
At each moment we are at an intersection with many paths leading to future events. By placing some event in the future we are, in effect, calling out or putting up a sign that says, "Over here! This is the path!"
In order to "see" the future accurately there must be a "marker" event -- an attractor of sorts -- to pull us in to certain paths of possibilities. Since the target event was chosen in the future, the unique future where the event happened has been established. The path is then followed by the remote viewer, allowing him to visualize the events of the future. It can therefore be predicted.
Remote Viewing 2012?
There are many people who were saying that there is an impenetrable wall at December 21, 2012, which prevents seeing beyond this date. Those who believe in the "marker" theory suggest that perhaps no one will be around after that date. Others think that some kind of transforming event will happen -- so different from anything we have experienced as to be unthinkable and beyond description.
When we asked our remote viewer to explain what will happen at the end of 2012, he simply said, "No comment." McMoneagle has likewise made no comment on this.
In 2008 a team of 8 military grade remote viewers were asked to view several targets with the understanding that the actual target assignments for each session would be given to them in the future. The sessions were given a number (S1, S2...) and the notes and drawings from each session were collected, scanned, encrypted and subsequently downloaded by tens of thousands of internet users for some future date, when the encryption codes would be published. This guaranteed that the results of the remote viewing sessions could not be changed.
There was a total of 113 sessions. Once the sessions had been recorded, the targets were selected in a random manner, pairing each session with one of three possible target conditions in 9 different locations around the globe:
1. Vaitupu, Tuvalu
The three conditions were:
1. The date of June 2008
A. "June 1, 2013, 12 noon target local time, following the timeline in which the leadership of the mainstream global scientific establishment continues to ignore or deny (1) the reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon, and (2) the existence of life not originating from Earth."
B. "June 1, 2013, 12 noon target local time, following the timeline in which by the end of 2009 leaders of the mainstream global scientific establishment publicly recognize (1) the reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon, and (2) the existence of life not originating from Earth."
Each remote viewing session that had already been recorded was associated with a specific geographic location and condition. The results, originally thought to show changes in sea levels and climate, were dramatic.
Those sessions which were linked to assignments in 2008 showed the locations as they were. An example is seen below. This session was linked to the Sydney Opera House (at sea level).
The descriptions of Tanzania's Mt. Kilimanjaro are also as one would expect in 2008 [below].
But something radically wrong happens when either condition 2013-A or 2013-B is assigned.
Descriptions of something bright in the sky, of people looking up in amazement, followed by mass organized migrations from the coastal regions.
A summary of what was seen by these remote viewers looks like this:
In general, these remote-viewing data suggest the following types of physical changes across many of the above geographical locations by mid-2013:
1. Impacts from what appear to be large meteors leading to tsunamis and possible volcanism
In terms of the effects of these changes on humans, these data also suggest:
1. Massive self-organized relocation from coastal areas (refugees)
A video with the specifics and details of the remote viewing project can be seen here:
Professional remote viewers always caution that their view of future events is only one possibility. Certain key events can alter future timelines, if only we knew what these were and how to manipulate them. The Farsight Institute has discovered proof of something both amazing and hard to understand about time. As Dr. Courtney Bown said,
"The multiple universe theory is correct or the remote viewing phenomenon works as if it is correct."
UPDATE: Ed Dames reveals military RV predictions (2/27/2012)
In this just released YouTube video, retired military Intelligence officer, Ed Dames, talks about what is in store for the world in the very near future. A must watch video!
Towards the end of this video, Ames reveals that the remote viewers were tasked with predicting events that would happen prior to the solar or meteor impact. The remote viewers were able to give two: The detonation of another nuclear bomb by North Korea and the emergency landing of some type of flying vehicle (plane or perhaps the escape pod of the space station) because of debris falling towards Earth.
Since these predictions were made public, the asteroid theory has gotten some attention.
So... Is Earhart's discovery good news or bad news?
As singer Michael Stipe from the musical group REM puts it, "It's the end of the world as we know it, And I feel fine."
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