caryn wrote:Actually Ry - RVing techniques were around long before Scientology and SRI - but by another name.
I didn't say our government invented RVing techniques - I referred to where they
learned them from. SRI techniques (Swann's) went into the DIA's later research, Fort Meade, and on...
Say....does it work? Great question AD
According to Pandolfi - it is used operationally. One example he gave was the identification of some boats that apparently drug-runners were using to bring drugs into the country.
Me: "Oh! So you're saying RV'ing works then?"
Ron: "I didn't say that...."
figure it out.
I'm not suggesting it works, I'm asking either way, Is it ok for the government to dabble in the Occult / Shamanism in order to try
to maintain advantage over foreign governments?
Wet - you're focusing on the question regarding whether the phenomenon works, or whether religion itself had or has any value. The question is how do you feel about the PtB sitting around a fire holding hands humming - trying to remote view the coordinates of North Korea's nuclear facilities...or better yet trying to stop the heart of a foreign leader?
Maybe it works, maybe it doesn't. I won't share my view on that, because it doesn't matter whether I believe it works or not. The real question is - should our government be dabbling in the occult, period. There are a few who likely would see no problem with it (the occult). But I would wager a larger portion of the population would have significant
problem with it. And the PtB know that.