Sunday, June 17, 2012

Global Disaster Predicted by Remote Viewers and Clif High

June 16, 2012 - "now we know - disaster dates, and how applicable, and validated for early 2013 - LISTEN, and then, validate, and if you accept, Take Action while there is time!" -- Clif High

This is the page Clif mentions:

Clif describes a coming Global Coastal Event that appears as a large Displacement Wave, likely precipitated by an Asteroid or Meteors. The largest point of displacement is in the Southern Hemisphere. (Remote viewers have seen the complete destruction of the Sydney Opera House.)

Also discussed is The Data Gap, which Clif said began with the Arab Spring (civil uprisings around the world) as those affected countries began to turn off the Internet. This will increase in July of this year, with the largest gap occurring in February, APRIL, May 2013.

Major Ed Dames' Solar Kill Shot, Plasma Events and The Carrington Event, TPTB (won't survive in their hidie holes) are also mentioned.

Clif's new future report, The Shape of Things to Come, Volume 1, Issue 0 is available now at:

This presentation by Courtney Brown, Ph.D. from The Farsight Institute was made at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration on 11 June 2010 in Boulder, Colorado. Courtney Brown presents a theory and data exploring the idea of describing the future with respect to multiple realities or alternate timelines. The remote-viewing data constitute one of the largest collections of such data for a single project using structured remote-viewing platforms that were developed by the U.S. military. Two timelines are explored, with both suggesting potentially catastrophic climatic change by June 2013.

WHistle Blower Radio - Kerry Cassidy-with guest Courtney Brown - furture visions and remote viewing.

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Anonymous said...

it must be very hard to lecture on this subject without it sounding boring as hell.. Mr. Brown Ph.D. does a fair job of holding a persons attention.

Anonymous said...

Recall that "Dr." Courtney Brown was banned from coast-to-coast after he "staked his professional reputation" in 1996 that the Hale-Bopp companion was an artifical body full of aliens that was coming to earth. His "professional" remote viewers claimed to have remote sensed this. Mr. Brown sounds very sincere but after that flap it's hard to give him any credibility.