Remote Viewing: Man's First Time Machine

Hey Guys,

What would it be if you could see into the future? Have a look at this amaz­ing article I found brows­ing the web while look­ing for some interesting remote view­ing stories. A mother saw her baby-to-be and the house where soon they would have moved together, during a RV session. Invaluable experience!

A Mother’s Time Machine

By Kimberly Snow

n January of 2001, four months before I got pregnant, my husband and I were not sure if we were going to have another child or not. We enjoyed the family that we had, the intimacy and simplicity that he and I and our four-year-old son had shared, and debated whether or not to add another member. But my husband came from a large family, and felt that we should have at least one more child. Remembering fondly the bond that he and his own brother shared, he also wanted my son to experience the joys of sibling love as well. I decided at that time to do a Technical Remote Viewing session to find out what the future held in store for us. I cued the target, Kimberly Snow/Next Child. But I did not front load the target. I slipped it into my blind target folder pile, which had close to thirty folders that had been made over a span of six months.


While I did not know it at the time of the session, I drew that target from the pile one week later. As I did the session, it became evident immediately that the target was a lifeform, and I labeled my lifeform gestalt [X], also declaring at that moment my first AOL of “comet”. The second aspect in the first sketch was a man made structure, drawn as a large rectangle, which I labeled aspect [A]. The third aspect, aspect [B], was motion.


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