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 to the screen, even if it’s just playing in the background. Seriously, a two headed cow? An Electric Man who can power light bulbs and fry fish with his bare hands? Cats that glow in the dark?

Is this for real?

You can wonder all you want, because at the end of the day, it all boils down to “believe it or not”.

And I don’t really like that. There’s something unfulfilling about not knowing for sure. SHOW ME THE PROOF!

That’s why my favorite show is “Mythbusters”. These guys seriously kick butt. They investigate stuff like whether a tooth filling can pick up radio waves, to whether punching a shark in the gills, nose or eyes will make them back off (talk about a death-defying quest for truth!).

But at the end of the day, they give you proof… a blow by blow account that makes complete sense. Beautiful.

Now, a lot of you guys have been writing to me about the Remote Viewing the Financial Markets. And the number one question I’ve been getting back is:

Can I really learn how to predict the financial market with 80% to 100% accuracy?

Well, the Ripley answer is — You believe it, or you don’t. But I’d rather give you the blow-by-blow Mythbuster answer:

So, are you ready to learn how to Remote View Financial Markets?

You can read more here: Remote View Financial Markets


7 Responses to Proudly Freaking Out Families For 90 Years
  1. Valnea
    November 27, 2008 | 11:46 pm

    I am unable to view your video as I do not have a PC but an MSN-TV player with limited capability. I have learned of Ed Ames extraordinary reputation when listening to Coast-to-Coast radio program several years ago, and regret missing this opportunity to learn more about Remote Viewing.

  2. brian k gallagher
    November 27, 2008 | 11:48 pm

    Hi, I’m very interested-although I can’t seem to get a hold on it. If this worked money is not an issue. Are there classes???????? please e me. p.s. I bought the 4 intros and the “markets” they don’t help me. I need local face to face support. namaste

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  4. Sue
    November 28, 2008 | 5:50 am

    I would like to learn remote viewing. My problem at this moment seems to be the lack of finances to be able to get the teaching needed for me to do this. Is there anyway that the finances can be worked around or do you see my finances getting a lot better? I love to watch mythbusters too. I just wished that they could do it on some of the people who hold the facination of others by their minds on tv and then we would know which ones have the talent, gifts, and skills that are needed to do this or are they just cold calling and getting hits. Thanks for listening and please try to answer my question.

    Peace be with you,


  5. Sue
    November 28, 2008 | 5:51 am

    I would like to learn remote viewing. My problem is no finances to do so. Any suggestions.

  6. Don Roberto
    December 3, 2008 | 2:58 am

    While the basic fundamental of any predictive technique – energy – focus – persistence – can enhance your investment techniques, what is being presented here is a hoax.

    The big clues are 80%-100% success rate and anyone can do it.

    I have played the markets for over 30 years and if you could be successful 80%-100% of the time you could own the world in a matter of months.

    Now it is probably true that anyone can enhance their investment skills but it requires a lot, a lot, of discipline. The most important being the ability to banish distractions.

    At best, remote viewing is in its infancy and cons like promising financial gain to anyone certainly doesn’t help the cause.

    The real truth to financial gain is that you will get out of the markets what you put into them, and if you want to get a lot out you will be required to put a lot in, much, much, more than you originally anticipated.

    My best advise is to learn to better enjoy and appreciate what you already have and then share this joy with others.

    Life is Good,

    Don Roberto – a gentleman in a league of gentleman

  7. Rousseaux
    December 25, 2008 | 5:55 pm

    One thing I wish Mythbusters would bust is the myth that AMERICA’S FINANCES ARE SAFE IN THE HANDS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONEYCHANGERS. Remember…the same Pharisees whom Jesus is supposed to have whip-ass-drove out of his temple? How can America be OK when the FED was set up from the beginning to bankrupt America as it has other countries in the world? Why don’t people see this with the financial collapse of all the FED banks? Their
    plans for America after this are sickening to contemplate.