Aaah… this is a good and one of my favorite topic. I stumbled this few years ago when I was reading how US military was using remote viewers to spy military targets. And because I have an open mind I decided to check it out. And what a world it opened phew… I discovered that first the soviets were using it and then US adopted these techniques too.
The men behind US remote viewing was Ingo Swann with Russell Targ. Sadly Ingo died in January 2013 and therefore he can’t teach these techniques anymore, but there is a lot’s of books that he has written about this subject. And of course Russell makes books and lectures about this subject too.
This is a big subject and I will return to this later, but for now I put couple of links that might give you a clue what this remote viewing is all about:
Good book for beginners with remote viewing topic is David Morehouse’s Psychic Warrior (ISBN 0-312-14708-2). This book tells a story about a man with a special skill, which can turn very bad. Sometimes remoteviewing is called image streaming and there is an excellent book about this also called The Einstein Factor check it out if you are interested.
So why I put Baltic anomaly (USO) on the title? That’s because last year I found a site which releases reports of ex-military remote viewers on different kind of targets. So naturally one of their best remote viewer (in my opinion) DELTA remote viewed this object and made some good findings. The baltic sea anomaly was found by Ocean Explorer Team .
So this was just a tiny grasp of this topic called remote viewing and I will return to this later that’s for sure 😎