Courtney Brown | Farsight Global Climate Change Project, OffPlanet Radio, September 2, 2013


In 2008 The Farsight Institute began a 5-year project remote viewing future climate patterns linked to multiple realities, timelines, and events. In this interview, Courtney explains the project, and some of the surprising outcomes. More info.on the project:

We also discuss other Farsight remote viewing projects, including multiple universes/timelines, known as "Remote Viewing the Future with a Tasking Temporal Outbounder", remote viewing of a base on Mars; as well as the skills and disciplines of RV, the theoretical physics behind remote viewing, and Farsight's unique mission to advance the understanding and usage of RV.

Courtney Brown is Director of The Farsight Institute, where he does remote-viewing research. He has spoken internationally at a host of prestigious venues, including various universities, as well as the respected Lucerne gathering of physicists (which was attended by various Nobels) where he was a keynote speaker.

The Farsight Institute is the leading scientific organization publishing studies relating to nonlocal consciousness and remote viewing. Courtney Brown is the chief investigator at the Institute, and the Board of Directors includes Lyn Buchanan and Glenn Wheaton, both of whom are the leading military (now retired) instructors of remote viewing.

Part 2 | Remote Viewing Atlantis

Atlantis: The True Story — Anomalous Geography on Ocean Bottom Suggesting Technologically Advanced Ancient Civilization Evidence

In what may be the most intriguing Farsight Experiment to date, Courtney Brown describes the tasking of an RV project, based on Google Earth surveys of anomalous underwater patterns found in two locations: the Atlantic waters off Morocco and Spain; and another off the coast of Antarctica. Learn the surprising details of how these two locations connect in a disaster believed to be the destruction of Atlantis.
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