Since the inception of the military remote viewing program in the 1970’s, remote viewing has been used by government and civilian viewers to learn about a range of phenomena including esoteric subjects. This has sometimes included viewing of extraterrestrial activity and UFOs. Some of the original military and SRI viewers, including Pat Price and Ingo Swann, viewed such subjects either for their own interest or, unofficially, for the U.S. Government. Many civilian viewers and groups, like the Farsight Institute, viewed the same phenomenon from many different perspectives.
Recent RV activity has focused on more specific aspects of the phenomena like UFO crash retrievals. What do these RV sessions tell us about the nature of the UFO phenomenon and the extraterrestrial presence. Is the data from such research scientific or accurate? Can it be verified? This talk will focus on showing what such remote sessions look like, what their defining characteristics are, whether we should trust such data, and what this information suggests about a possible extraterrestrial presence on Earth.
Dr. Simeon Hein has Ph.D. in sociology. His areas of interest include nonlinear research methods, complexity theory, and subtle energies. He has taught Resonant Viewing at the Institute for Resonance since 1997. His books include Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance and Planetary Intelligence.
Recorded at the 27th annual SSE Conference in 2008 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
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Published on November 13, 2018