Sunday, November 22, 2009

Narnia as Meditation Music

This is the online playlist I use for my archetype or aeon meditations lately. I love this soundtrack - very varied and powerful! And the last two (slow pop) songs are lovely as well, if you're not into soundtrack style music.

I should probably mention that the high quality version of this with headphones is a lot preferable to the low bitrate online playlist version, but that goes for any symphonic music.

Saturday, November 14, 2009


I know. I haven't posted in eons. I have been posting on myPsiche though.

I've been wandering Mundania for some time now. That's not a bad thing. I have phases, or cycles, where I really just need to 'ground'. Focus on my outside life. Sleep a lot more than my normal deprivation. And think about not-a-whole-helluva-lot as much as possible.

I feel like I am slowly but surely healing from burnout.

I hear viewing calling to me from deep inside, that part of me I only seem to touch then, calling me home. I am ignoring her siren song for now. For 'following my bliss', the process can be surprisingly un-blissful, both in experience and in side-effects. I don't know why some people can make a casual toy out of it but not me.

I've been thinking about doing a tiny website based on my past RV sessions. Not so much a here's-what-made-it-to-paper, but a here's-what-I-think now that time, feedback, etc. gave my brain "context for understanding" which in turn drops a ton more existing-info into place (see this forum post for some explanation). This would include psychic/non-RV stuff as well as RV stuff that had different results that while not what intended, still make sense to me. I can't decide. There's so much lunacy in the field and so much misunderstanding about RV that I feel like, if I do that, it might just confuse people. Maybe I should keep the term RV off it.


Friday, July 31, 2009

MARS Anomaly, Remote Viewing

OK, this is the fourth and final video that TKR (via L Digges) put out for its July "Summer 2009 Remote Viewing Expo". This is based on two group-tasks ("Missions") done on the same anomaly photographed on the planet Mars and released by NASA. Really very interesting. There was a ton of good session data that couldn't make it into this video, so check out the sessions, which would be here (you'll need to log in):

This is my favorite video of the four -- I think it totally rocks.

The Philadelphia Experiment, Remote Viewing

This is the third video that L Digges made related to the TKR Project. IMO the sessions for this were not necessarily stellar although they still did have some intriguing data between them. The video is pretty cool though.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

The TKR Remote Viewing Vid#2: Remote Viewing for Remote Viewers

This one is even cooler than the last one. Longer, more complex, and with a hip beat. YouTube below. The quality and hi-res and screenshot and credits video is:

LD did all this stuff *free*, can you believe it. It would cost as much as my Ozarks house to hire someone to make one of these for the free project. Give him some feedback on the forum thread on it, or a comment at youtube, that would be really nice.


Sunday, July 05, 2009

The TKR Remote Viewing Vid#1: Remote Viewing Galleries

This is great! TKR has a 'promotional video'. You'd have to know that this project, they are free to everyone, welcome everyone, they have no money, and the project costs me a good chunk of money to keep alive for six years now, not counting all the time I spend on building web software for it of course. This is a 'slow sweet' commercial of sorts for the Remote Viewing Galleries portion of the project.YouTube below. The better page for the quality + hi-res + screenshot + credits video is:

Direct youtube link: Remote Viewing Galleries

Sweet and groovy. Give some feedback on the thread on it on the RV webforum, or a comment at youtube!


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Neuro-tech, Brain-wave Entrainment, and so on

I have a new blog with my best buddy where I'm talking about what I'm learning. Getting real into the "brain wave technology" stuff lately. I was into this like 15 years ago but there was almost no research and we didn't have the internet then. Now there is way better light/sound technology, 15 years of research, stuff on the web, people sharing stuff -- very cool!


Neuro-tech, Brain-wave Entrainment, and so on

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Quote for the Day: Seth

Data comes through to us multidimensionally, then is sifted through neural connections, where it's transformed into time- segmentation or strung-out experience. Next it flows into our probable (physical) reality (which itself changes all the 'time.'). We inherently possess separate pockets or pools of experience (biologically valid among the cells' characteristics), sidepools where information collects for processing before flowing into the 'official pool of consciousness'.[...] Using these side pockets or pools where data are still unprocessed, in our terms, you can pick up several other strands of your own consciousness 'at once,' though retention may be difficult. Explaining the experience to the normal consciousness automatically helps expand it (the normal consciousness), so that each time the process becomes easier. Until, with practice, experience and data from several areas can be held simultaneously. The difficulty then is a translation in linear terms.

Seth (via Jane Roberts)
from "The Unknown Reality", appendix

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Bloodline - the movie - Jesus etc.


A friend of mine was part of making a documentary on what you might call "a somewhat controversial version of issues related to Jesus the Christ."

I haven't seen it yet, but I know they were very serious about it and anybody interested in such things would probably like it.

The trailer is here:


Sunday, April 19, 2009

Meditations for Remote Viewing: Ideas?

I'm mapping out a 'summer meditation list' here. Having just spent six months on the hardest archetype meditation I've ever done--which took six sessions and that long to 'get around to' finally working through--I'm feeling rather enthusiastic now about getting back on track with more regular meditations. Among the other zillion areas I focus on, this time I want Remote Viewing to be firmly on the meditation map.

I thought it might be interesting to address each of the major 'problems' that can happen in/with/to a remote viewing datasession. In other words, to see if meditating on those points might bring anything from healing to insight about it. One thing is sure, it can't hurt; nothing else solves session problems which are unpredictable. (If they were predictable, you could prevent them!)

So I'm trying to make a list of each key aspect, crux, area of RV that I should put on the list. I'm glad for any suggestions.

Simple list of 'potential issues in RV sessions' that I have so far:

  • Inaccurate data point (perceived clearly but does not match target) (problem in raw-data and/or 'noise')

  • Accurate data points which are perceived inaccurately or incompletely (problem in processing data)

  • Accurate data points, perceived accurately, but communicated inaccurately or incompletely (problem in communicating data)

  • Irrelevent data which are strongly perceived (problem could be a few areas, who knows)

  • Important data which are not perceived (problem could be a few areas, who knows)

  • Good session on what is obviously a different target (problem in target acquisition)

  • Inability to make clear contact/ get sufficient or specific data (problem could be a few areas)

What am I missing? Email me or reply here as a comment. I'd like to try and work out some fairly quick and simple visualizations to approach each of these areas, and then work on applying any of them relevent after each session. Just to see if it's helpful at all. I've always said that 'psychological integration exercises' and other "internal efforts" were important to RV but so far I don't have many of them. I'd like to work out a few and see if any pan out as worthwhile.


Saturday, March 28, 2009

Vampires as Eye Candy - Edward aka Rob Pattinson

Ok, any woman into the paranormal who hasn't drooled a little over Rob Pattinson in the movie 'Twilight' has no hormones. I'm not sure he was of legal age when he was in the Harry Potter flick, but he was 22 when he made this movie so I can drool without guilt. ;-)

Here's a few screenshots from memorable scenes.

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Can't forget this guy (Taylor Lautner), to be fair:

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson

Final scene with Edward and Bella:

Edward of Twilight by Rob Pattinson