19.3.14

Kids and Remote Viewing: An Experiment



A special post for tomorrow's 2014 Vernal Equinox, which Da-da's getting out early for a few sites. Da-da finds the following fascinating -- and wholly surprising and fun -- as it was all rather unplanned.

Part 1: The Beginning

As a few know, Da-da loves experimenting, especially on children. Yes, he's kidding. He only experiments on HIS OWN children, and then only with duct tape and vertical surfaces. But after reading a few books and stumbling across Courtney Brown's site, Da-da's been doing more and more research on Remote Viewing (RV), the topic and acceptance of which will become white hot in the coming years as more and more people do it with increasing accuracy. Most are probably acquainted with Remote Viewing, but for those who've been living inside a vending machine for the past few decades, check out Courtney Brown's, farsight.org. Dr. Brown's latest RV experiments on the Great Pyramid are EYE OPENING to say the least.





Da-da is rarely surprised anymore, but he certainly was in the case of the above, watching Courtney's DVD with great interest. (Yes, he purchased it, and no, he's not being paid anything for this.) Be sure to visit the, “mysteries” link on Courtney's site and watch the videos. Awesome.

Intrigued by this, Da-da decided to try his own RV experiment with his boys, Bronko and Nagurski, aged 6.8 and 8.6, respectively. [NOTE: This is not numerologically significant to Da-da, but if it is to you, go for it.] Also please note that Da-da did not show his boys the above video.

Part II: The Experiment

With the above in mind, Da-da gave his boys the following target coordinates:

30 degrees,  1" North
31 degrees, 13" East

and

"Long Ago"

These are the coordinates for the Giza Plateau, which Da-da's boys could not have known about, unless they're reincarnated Egyptologists... which is possible, as most things are. He had not discussed any of this in advance: nothing about Egypt, the pyramids, or Remote Viewing. Both boys know a little about Egypt and the pyramids, but not much. The know nothing about Remote Viewing.

Da-da set them up in separate rooms and gave them one sheet of paper and a pencil and as much time as they needed... which, surprisingly, turned out to be about 10 minutes. Settings-wise, Da-da realized his mistake later, which you'll see.

Nagurski's RV Session

Anyway, here's what 8YO Nagurski saw:

Nagurski's RV session #1.






Nagurski said he saw, “the desert, like Death Valley, but with some big green floaty thing -- spiky -- in the middle of the valley,” with "sand dunes" on the sides. He said the, "spikes," on the big green thing were white and moving, slowly. [NOTE: he drew the funny three-eyed cactus as a joke as he was describing the above picture.] Later, I showed him this pic, which he said was what he saw:


The Nile Delta, under clouds.



Those are clouds coming up off the Nile Delta. Not bad, kid.

Let's return to Nagurski's drawing. He also sketched a cart being pulled by some kind of animal being struck by a whip wielded by a tired driver in a floppy hat. Nagurski said the guy, "was really tired and just wanted to go home."

Above that he drew a cloud with a, "Mount Olympus Temple hologram" coming up out of it [!?], floating in the sky above the cart, a small figure on the temple steps looking down at the guy in the cart. A bit of rain fell from the cloud. Nagurski reported that the guy in the floating temple kept saying, “Back to work!” to the guy in the cart. Da-da had not discussed holograms with Nagurski before.

Bronko's RV Session

Ok, now here's what 6YO Bronko drew:

Bronko's RV session #1 (front).



You'll note that this time (in the upper lefthand corner) Da-da specified, "5000 years ago," as Da-da was not specific enough with Nagurski, who may have seen Egypt as it was prior to the pyramids being built.

As for 6YO Bronko's drawing, he divided his paper in two, as you can see. On one side he drew a pointy building -- almost a pyramid -- with something glowing inside it near the top, along with some other internal structures. Someone stands in front of the structure, looking up and yelling, "NO!" On the right side of the paper, Bronko drew some plants and a guy looking up saying, "YES!" In both pictures it’s raining.

Bronko said the YES guy was a farmer, who was happy for the rain as it watered his crops; the NO guy in front of the pointy building was, “mad because his building was melting, ‘cause of the rain.”

Wow. It's been theorized that the limestone facade of the Great Pyramid may have suffered from erosion damage, just like the Sphinx -- perhaps sparked by acid rain due the eruption of Thera? -- which may have precipitated (so to speak) the initial removal and later pirating of the white limestone casing by later pharaohs.

Bronko had turned the paper over and also drawn...

Bronko's RV session #1 (back).



... a "blue and green ball, with brown here and there [the earth]," Bronko said. "Here’s the moon, and the sun. The sun is at its closest to the earth.” Bronko even has the, "rabbit on the moon" sketched into the moon.

Da-da was curious why Bronko included this earth-moon-sun relationship; he didn't realize fully why until he started writing this up. Bronko saw the earth floating in space, and that it was winter. Indeed, Bronko was seeing the time around Winter Solstice 5000 years ago! Da-da erroneously marked, "summer" on the drawing, thinking that Bronko had it backwards until he remembered that the sun is closest to the earth in winter.

Prologue

Again, all Da-da can say is: Wow. He had no idea that these kinds of results could be obtained with kids. By comparison, the professional Remote Viewers who Courtney Brown employs have ten years training and experience. Da-da doubts that he'll always get results like those above, but it's clearly the beginning of all kinds of Remote Viewing experiments with kids. And NO, he won't be injecting blue dye into their eyes, not right away (he'll use blue contact lenses to start). Stay tuned.

Before you get in an uproar over testing on children, Da-da had tried Remote Viewing experiments with sheep prior to this, but they had a rather profound side effect:


Sheep and Remote Viewing do not mix.

3 comments:

Straw to Gold said...

Very interesting experiment. And pretty creative. Thanks for sharing that, it was fun. Next week pick something they see all the time without telling them what it is and see what they come up with.

Anonymous said...

Fascinating. Consider yourself encouraged to continue. I've wanted to do something similar for a long time, since kids have less front loading to begin with, and may still retain natural talents that are eroded by experience as we age. I hope to see more experiments on the hapless young ones. ;)

Su

A Man Called Da-da said...

They aren't any more hapless than the cats that control the universe... er, the house!

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