Remote Viewing the Universe | Alexander Trofimov

N.A. Kozyrev, an eminent Russian astrophysicist, gave proof of the unique possibility of researching the space without being constrained by the speed of light. According to his theory, cosmic consciousness of the human observer can instantly travel from one point of the Universe to another. To do this it is essential that a zone of energy time compaction be created around the observer. 50 years after the first human space flight (Yurii Gagarin, April 12th, 1961) we had to experimentally prove a different way of cosmic traveling in Kozyrev’s space.

The first trial of energy-time compacting Kozyrev’s mirrors was conducted 1990-1991 in the Far North – the region where, as Kozyrev assumed, time changes its direction allowing access to the future. It was shown that a laser ray sent from the mirrors and directed at the Moon can instantly transfer information to the Moon thus allowing hundreds of people on Earth to receive this information. The photograph of the Moon was one of the objects of the experiment conducted by ISRICA in Kozyrev’s Mirrors June 19th, 2001. During the experiment several energy objects were recorded on film while revolving around the head of one of the participants (Kaznacheev V.P, Trofimov A.V., 2008).

During the sun eclipse that took place on March 22, 2006, Kirlian photopolaroid device made a record of a cone of light with a coded matrix that contacted field structure of the operator in Kozyrev’s Mirrors. At the time of the full solar eclipse in Novosibirsk on August 1, 2008 Doctor T.Kuznetsova laid out the specifics of a module that was replicated August 10, 2008 when using a cosmophysical hologram they managed to get digital photographs of certain photonic energy objects (possibly field forms of life) that are unknown to modern science. During the solar eclipse on June 22, 2009, with the use of a holographically altered water it was discovered that heart rates of the participants of the experiment who volunteered to observe the eclipse synchronized with each other. There were volunteers from Novosibirsk, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and Beijing (China).

Researchers from ISRICA were able to give on 2010 -11 years descriptions of moonscape and various objects on and under the surface of the Moon; the information about these objects is being constantly supplemented and systematized. These descriptions were obtained by ISRICA researchers within the framework of “Remote Viewing” method from the compacted energy- time zone in Kozyrev’s mirrors. It seems that the promising new holographic mirror technology can be used to synchronically monitor near and deep space, various paleoastronomical objects on the Earth (according to N. A. Kozyrev’s ‘the past and the future in the present’ formula), as well as searching for remote contacts with extraterrestrial civilizations.

Recorded at the 30th annual SSE Conference in 2011 at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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Published on November 13, 2018