Cosmic Spoon - ramblings of a modern day psychic

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Am I remote viewing or writing a novel.

Anyone interested in the terminology and definition of remote viewing and what constitutes remote viewing just has to point their eyes to one of the best and informative threads on this subject on PJ’s TKR website.

PJ as always so eloquently details the defining parameters that determines if the process is remote viewing and why each of these is needed – take any away and you could be left holding a work of fiction akin to the Davinci Code – which might not be too bad if you could publish it and make yourself a couple of hundred million like Dan Brown J

As a guide the parameters needed for it to fully be termed Remote viewing are:

  1. A remote target (anything, anywhere)
  2. Deliberate and focused phsychic functioning (you doing your stuff)
  3. Blind/double-blind targeting (the actual target hidden from you)
  4. The psychic data is recorded (paper/pen, audio, typed, others)
  5. FEEDBACK (The kicker – if you don’t have it how do you know you achieved psi functioning?)

Of course this is the real world and every active viewer has been tasked at least one target whereby there isn’t full feedback. Does this mean it wasn’t or can’t be Remote Viewing – well officially yes! After all the feedback determines if you actually used PSI – or your imagination. But without feedback you could say it was WRV.

What’s WRV you ask?

Waiting Remote Viewing – waiting for feedback to prove if the recorded data is PSI/imagination – then like a miraculous butterfly from pupae it transforms into actual Remote viewing or a moth if you had a particuarly bad

Anyway anyone interested should check out the thread – it’s been the most educational in a while – oh and I started it of course (troublemaker).

Saturday, April 22, 2006

If you’re a psychic then why aren’t you rich?

You’ve all heard this before – right? Well I’m back on the trail to find my fortune and yes! I’m using RV. If you know anything about RV we’ve always been told that numbers and words are the Holy Grail – the tried but unachievable part of remote viewing – Well anyone who knows me knows I like to break the rules and dont like being told NO :)

So today started a new set of trials for me on this. My approach is simple and it’s to try to win the lottery.

For this I need to remote view six numbers from a possible pool of forty nine. My method is to use myself as the target a few hours into the future when I record and analyse the feedback. My approach at this stage is to play with the hardest to learn but for me the sweetest part or CRV methods the ideogram. For this first trial I created a page of ideograms cued to represent a single number from the winning six numbers I would later write as feedback.

How did I do…LOL… well I didn’t win but yet again have churned up some interesting results. I matched two numbers but changed my mind on two numbers at the last minute – and if I hadn’t I would have had these as well, but alas I move one number away on each of these.
Therefore I dropped form getting four right to only two.

The good news is that I can clearly identify 30’s and 40’s numbers in ideogram form. The ideogram does seem to be trying to adapt and create a new language within me to communicate the information. I was close on some of the other numbers and it feels like just a case of miss interpretation for now.

Anyway I will keep this blog informed but I feel rally confident a process for rving numbers can be found – but like all the other processes for successful RV it has to be learnt.

Friday, April 21, 2006

Before 'Stargate' there was 'dogflap'...

This newly released document reveals S.R.I and the U.S military's first psychic Remote Viewing training program, a precursor to the Stargate RV program we all know and love. This first program contained nine willing participants, who were tested for ESP remote sensing capabilities.. the catch....

The first military remote viewers were dogs..

Army Report on ESP in Animals In the 1950s, Duke University's Parapsychology Laboratory investigated using dogs to psychically detect landmines for the Army, and they looked for ESP in cats and pigeons Prepared by J.H. Rhine, Director, The Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University. For the Commanding Officer, Engineer Research and Development Laboratories, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. 10 July 1953.

The final report for one such contract with Duke University, dated 10 July 1953, remained classified as Confidential for more than 50 years, until it was recently declassified after a long, laborious process. It took ten separate offices five years to clear this short report for release.

The narrative report describes a series of experiments involving German shepherds trying to locate buried landmines. The results appeared promising but also suggested that at least some of the positive results were attributable to the dogs' remarkable sense of smell. The report also examines the possibility of ESP in cats and pigeons.

Rhine was the first to attempt a scientific investigation of paranormal phenomena of this type, and many of his experimental results have been attacked as being the result of a general lack of stringent experimental controls and the possible falsification of records by his laboratory assistants.

Click here to view the released .pdf file

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Invisible ships out of Philadelphia...

One of my all time favourite interests has finally been tasked to me as a Remote viewing target.

Why am I so happy - well you see, if you know anything about RV, you know that a viewer is NOT allowed to know anything about the target up front - which essentially means we cant task ourselves with all the interesting targets we would love to do - we generally have to wait for it to come up! And YIIIPPPPEEEE! it came up for the first time in nine years of targets :)

Ok! so this isnt a strictly a great RV target as feedback is limited but there is feedback as the target was actually 'the ship the USS Eldridge' at the time of the alleged experiement and this did exist. Even so I not only describe a ship in detail as expected - but also what looks like cabling and exotic technology just like the descriptions and rumours of the Philadephia Experiment over the years - which is just a big, big bonus.

The RV method was CRV - I was alone, and I was blind to the target. It was hidden behind a random number.

Click here to download the Philadelphia Experiment .pdf file.

Click here for extra information On the 'Philadelphia Experiment' from Wikipedia

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Remote viewing, spies, and Xmen

My name is Daz and I’m a psychic who uses the methods of Remote Viewing (CRV) or Controlled Remote Viewing. For nine years now I have been training and learning this skill – now to the point whereby I feels it’s at a stable level and accurate enough to be used for many of life’s mysteries and adventures. And boy its an adventure 

In fact the whole process of learning to Remote View had been one big adventure from the start. Way back in the early days I started asking questions and researching RV back in 1992. I had just been to the Leeds Quest International UFO conference where a lecture by a well know famous orchid smuggler and controversial UFO researcher – Armen Victorian had made my mouth water with tales of people seeing across space and time.

At the conference a taped telephone conversation was played between a secret source in the U.S and Armen. This secret source, whom I now know to be the famous Coast to Coast resident doom monger - Dr Doom (Ed Dames) at the time blew my mind.

The conversation discussed psychics being used for spying, and of abilities that to me at the time seemed like they had walked right out of an X-Men comic into reality. Tales of men in secret locations looking into the greatest mysteries that have teased man for thousands of years, UFOS, aliens, the lost Ark of the Covenant, treasure, missing people all mixed in with just a hint of espionage.

Well I was hooked and for me began the long trek over the next five years of pre-internet searches of hunting down any and all the information I could scavenge on this subject.

In 1996 I caught the crest of a wave which was to be the World Wide Web as I ventured online into the brave new world. And what a world this was, before me lay treasure trove of computer bulletin boards full of tantalising information on the remote viewers and the NOT so secret anymore program being bounded around under its collective name of Stargate.

In 1997 I managed to find and join a small collected group online discussing the subjects of remote viewing and landed slap bang I the middle the actual C.I.A sponsored psychic spies themselves, named people like; Lyn Buchanan, Paul Smith, Gene, Liam and others. Day by day over the next year questions, theories and remote viewing practices were being handed around to our eager and hungry mouths as the Military viewers enthralled us with psychic spying war stories and tales of never ending possibilities.

On one of these boards I struck up a conversation with one person as was promptly invited to take a course in CRV training in London. Which I did. On meeting my teacher and looking him up and down he was every bit the ‘Ex special forces’ type of physical presence I had expected. Tall, thickset, muscular, with a calm but confident presence. I still fondly remember the many conversations on RV theory way into the early morning hours over Italian food and Chinese takeaways.

So this is where I started with CRV – but this is where it started – the actual learning process took place over the next nine years. Looking back to my early conversations with the man then named Liam (Billy Ray) and the nuggets of information he so kindly shared with me one leaps out amongst all the others;

Practice, practice, practice….

It’s only now I really know the power of those three words.

Welcome to Cosmic spoon...

The problem with psi is you get flashes of strangeness and inspiration when you least expect it. You may be watching the TV late at nite only see see a quick movement out of the corner of your eye and a knowing in your mind, Just like Peter Parkers tingling Spiddy sense.

Which is why I wanted to start this onlne diary - I mean if I always get thes strange insights and intrusions into my life then so must thousands of others - right...? Well I hope so otherwise I'll be talking to myself quite a bit...

LOL no change there then I hear the skeptics cry.

"Do not try and bend the spoon. That's impossible.
Instead ... only try to realize the truth."
"What truth?"
"There is no spoon."
"There is no spoon?"
"Then you'll see that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself."

Welcome to the spoon...