Farsight Institute director Courtney Brown discusses their latest remote viewing project Adolf Hitler: A Remote-Viewing Psychological Profile of a Mass Murderer.
The life, times and crimes of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime need no introduction. During these remote viewing sessions, however, we venture beyond people, places and events, and the boundaries of time and space, to probe the mind of Adolf Hitler; his fears, his motivations, his very thoughts. We then take the results as a launch point to discuss even more significant issues involving quantum physics, consciousness, the dualities of mental and physical, suffering and redemption, love and hate, the existence of evil, and whether our often traumatic Earthly experience of extreme separateness, division and polarity ultimately serves a purpose in the evolution of the Universe itself.
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
The Phoenix Lights
Death in Dallas: Remote Viewing JFK
Bumper music: Cliff Martinez ‘Traffic OST’
John Carpenter ‘Night’
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