Here are recent questions from readers of this column, and my answers to them.
“I am in a long-distance relationship with a girl. Can I use remote viewing so I can monitor her activities?”
The answer is yes and no. Let me explain. Remote viewing or traveling clairvoyance is the psychic ability or power to project one’s consciousness or awareness to a distant place, and to describe it accurately.
This ability was scientifically studied for 20 years at the Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International) in Menlo Park, California, by two physicists, Russell Targ and Harold Pathoff, with the help of some psychics and volunteer laymen. They concluded that this ability really exists, and can be done by nearly everyone.
This psychic ability, is now being taught to intelligence agents in the United States. In Russia, it has long been recognized by brain scientists and psychotronics researchers.
It is therefore possible to monitor your girlfriend’s whereabouts and activities. However, if she shields herself from such psychic intrusions, you won’t see anything. That’s what I discovered from my long years of teaching remote viewing in the Philippines and abroad. If she doesn’t want to be seen, you won’t see anything.
“I had nightmares for two consecutive days. In my dream, I was being chosen to be put to death. I really felt I was about to die. My heart was pounding so fast that it woke me up. What do you think it means?”
Dreams can be interpreted only in the context of the dreamer’s life, because they are products of the dreamer’s subconscious mind. A dream may be about the past, present or future. It is possible that your particular dream about being chosen to be put to death could be a past life memory. Perhaps in one past life you were sacrificed to the gods.
“What is the principle behind the use of the dowsing rod to detect underground water and minerals? Why can some people do it while others cannot?”
I used to think that the principle behind the dowsing rod is the same as that of the pendulum. But now I believe there is a difference. There are at least three types of dowsing rods. The classic one is a Y-shaped wood. In the Philippines, it is usually the guava wood. The dowser holds the two horns or ears of the wood and walks slowly around the area to be investigated. When the rod irresistibly points downward, it indicates the presence of water or mineral under that area.
The second type of dowsing rod is L-shaped. This requires two L-shaped rods about 10 to 12 inches long and the dowser holds the shorter end of the rod with his closed hands. The rod should be held not too tight so that two pieces can swing freely and easily. The two rods will point to each other when standing on underground water or mineral.
I could not make the above types of dowsing rods work. But the third type of dowsing rod is much easier to use and can be made to work by everybody. It consists of just a string of flexible wire about 10 inches long, with a small weight at the tip to make it bend a little. The rod sways freely in four possible directions just like a pendulum, namely, right or left, forward or backward, clockwise or counter clockwise. This type of dowsing rod is called “The Bobber.”
What’s the principle behind the dowsing rod? Maybe it’s the holder’s electronic magnetic field or bioenergy that is in tune with the water or mineral he is looking for.
On the other hand, the principle behind the pendulum is the holder’s subconscious mind at work, and the pendulum acts like a receiver or amplifier of the information.
There are many practicing dowsers in France and other parts of Europe. In the Philippines, there are very few, and they are quite difficult to find.
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