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Linda C. (Seagull) reviewed Cosmic Voyage: A Scientific Discovery of Extraterrestrials Visiting Earth on
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Rarely has a distinguished professor risked so much to reveal to the world information that could radically alter the course of history. Utilizing a remarkable method of scientific research, Dr. Courtney Brown delves into uncharted regions of the cosmos...and makes contact!
Dr. Brown made his discoveries using a process called Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV)-a procedure originally developed by the U.S. Military as a highly classified and strangely effective spy system. Brown himself was trained in this method by a former member of the military unit that specialized in remove viewing. (inside front cover)
"Cosmic Voyage" breaks new ground. Takes us on an extraordinary journey into some of the deepest mysteries of alien contact and the human future, leaving us--above all--with a powerful new tool for further exploration. It is a wonderful, audacious, and important book, and off the scale when it comes to compulsive, delightful, exciting reading."
Whitley Strieber, author of "Communion"
Of course, it helps if you're a serious believer.............
".....Political scientist Courtney Brown, courageously applying the established methodology of Scientific Remote Viewing, has documented the reality of intelligent life outside of our planet. His book is important for both scientists and general readers who wish to expand our ways of investigating extraordinary phenomena."
John E. Mack, M.D., author of "Abduction"
The Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV®) process refers to a set of protocols (known as the Farsight Protocols) that are used for remote viewing. These protocols are in a continuous state of evaluation and fine-tuning, but the basic principles remain essentially unchanged. Current research suggests that the correct use of these protocols allows virtually any normal individual to obtain information about a remote location with surprisingly high levels of accuracy.
Remote viewing is a tool for a variety of target types. It has been used to locate missing persons, assist in crime solving, investigate archeological sites, speculate on creation events of mysteries of the earth (such as Stonehenge, the Great Pyramids, etc.), and much more. One of the biggest proponents was the military. For additional information on the various individuals involved in remote viewing, go to the Farsight Institute website and follow their links on the various methodologies in the remote viewing field.