Public Remote Viewing Experiments – LA Quakes

LA QuakesHey guys,

Did you know there have been numerous public remote viewing experiments? One of them predicted the 2008 earthquake in Los Angeles. The earthquake on July 29th (a Tuesday, to be exact), measured between 5.4-5.8 in magnitude. For you tectonic buffs, you know this is considered “significant” seismic action. As it turns out, the quake was an exact match to a prediction made on 27 June 2008 and posted on the Farsight Institute’s website.

The viewing was done for something called the Climate Project. They decided to look at what they call a “near-term future target” along the US West Coast for the later half of 2008. There were six different remote viewers and a number of different sessions. When all the sessions were completed, they had a picture they didn’t expect: Los Angeles experiencing a major seismic event before to December 1st, 2008 – one that might even possibly destroy the LAX airport. If you want to read the original prediction, you can go here.

The site has other public predictions too.

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