June 20, 2017
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If you are unfamiliar with remote viewing we recommend that you first listen to our show Remote Viewing, Consciousness, and Reality.
In July 1947, an airborne object crashed at a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico in the United States. Following intense initial interest in the object which was rumoured to be a ‘flying disc’ of unknown origin, the US military stated that it was merely a conventional weather balloon. Although interest in the incident persisted, it waned somewhat until the late 1970s, when ufologists began claiming that one or more alien spacecraft had crash-landed at Roswell, and that the extraterrestrial occupants had been recovered by the military, who then engaged in a cover-up. Then, during the 1990s, the US military published two reports insisting that the true nature of the crashed object was in fact simply a nuclear test surveillance balloon. However, controversy still surrounds Roswell with many researchers continuing to claim that the official story hides a much stranger and more shocking secret.
As well looking at some of the results of Farsight’s Roswell and Time Cross projects, we discuss the possible nature of alien spacecraft, space travel, and the warping of space-time itself. We ask whether the potentially inter-dimensional nature of extraterrestrial life could be linked to parallel realities that we cannot ordinarily perceive, and what quantum physics is currently suggesting about the true nature of reality. Keeping in mind the adage ‘Science advances one funeral at a time’, we also ask how our world might change if remote viewing was finally accepted by science, academia, and society at large.
Previous interviews with Courtney Brown:
Remote Viewing, Consciousness and Reality
Atlantis: The True Story
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved
9/11: What Really Happened?
Remote Viewing Cydonia, Mars
Aliens on Iapetus
apocalypse, Catastrophism, collapse of society, Courtney Brown, dark matter, evolution, Forbidden Archaeology, Graham Hancock, Michael Cremo, psychology, quantum physics, remote viewing, Robert Schoch