Category Archives: Remote Viewing Financial Market

Associative Remote Viewing Research

Learn about Associative Remote Viewing for the Financial Markets Here’s an interesting article that covers some of the original scientific studies done at the Stanford Research Institute as well as by other Associative Remote Viewing Researchers like Stephan Schwartz. This article discusses the methods used and the results for associate remote viewing for the stock [...]

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Proudly Freaking Out Families For 90 Years

There’s something utterly fascinating about the odd and the unbelievable. Take “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not”, for example (whose popular tagline “proudly freaking out families for 90 years” is testament to human’s fascination for the unconventional). Well, I don’t know about you, but the show is like a magnet that has my eyes irresistibly drawn [...]

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Don't Worry, Be Happy!!

Yes, I’m feeling a little uneasy right now about the global financial situation. And that’s why I’ve been pouring bucket loads of my time into research on financial predictions made by remote viewers. Because quite frankly, remote viewing has been more reliable in my life than anyone’s promise to me. Especially when time and time [...]

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A Nervous Breakdown Countdown

Are You Prepared? Ever since the transition period started, I’ve been reading the headlines nervously. Here’s a sample of today’s headlines: U.S. Shifts Focus in Credit Bailout to the Consumer New York Times By Edmund L. Andrews, November 12, 2008 WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department on Wednesday officially abandoned the    original strategy behind its $700 [...]

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