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MH370: Remote viewing and psychic sleuths

 | May 4, 2014

An open mind to engage notable psychics and remote viewing specialists to help locate MH370 passengers and the craft should be considered


MH 370 NewIt’s been almost two months since Flight MH370 disappeared into thin air. In the early stages of the search there had been tremendous pressure put on the Malaysian authorities to provide valid answers to the flight paths of the plane.

We have seen how western media like CNN reporting on all the possible outcomes of the plane, showcasing their many aviation expert views on the missing aircraft. As such media paint a grim picture of MH370, creating as much drama to keep its TV audience attentive.

The last couple of weeks has been just the same report – that nothing has been found. What we can deduce from all this is that despite the many hi-tech equipment on the plane, or sophisticated devices like the Blue Fin used in the search operations, there is still no valid clue as to the plane’s whereabout.

Are we looking at the wrong place again? Is the validity of the location of the search area accurate? The details seem to become even murkier. Did it crash? Was it hijacked and landed somewhere? Were the passengers killed? Are they being held for some purpose? Will we see this plane again?

Last month, I was in Colombo. As I watched the great Indian Ocean from my hotel balcony, grim thought entered my mind. Can anything as small as a flight recorder be found in such a large area? While sophisticated ocean scanning devices are being deployed, it may take years to find it.

As the days tick by with no more telltale Pinger signals or any other clues, are the search ships just buying time before a decision to downscale all such efforts are made? It’s very obvious that the cost of this operation has gone in the millions.

From the start we have seen no hard evidence to these search decisions. There’s been a lot of guessing games going on and yet the Australian-led teams are confident of closing in on MH370.

To date none of the locations, satellite images, or Pinger signal detections have materialised a single hard fact about MH370. On what basis is the Australian authorities confident? We have not seen any results of a debris site or even a debris of the plane after 45 days. This is not possible if a plane had crashed into the sea.

Looking at alternative methods

Are technological tools still the only means to verify the location of the plane? I researched other methods to detect the whereabouts of the plane. The use of alternative medicine or complementary medicine was mostly referred by medical science as quacks. Yet today, it is a fast growing healing industry with many great documented results.

Likewise, there have been extensive development and trial usage of psychic sleuths to predict or detect something. The human mind-body-and-spirit presence can also be used in remote viewing of the mind by specially gifted psychic individuals.

Before offering some ‘visions’ of what happened to MH370, one must understand what remote viewing or astral projection entails. Not everyone can perform remote viewing or astral projection readings.

Such advanced psychical endeavors are in the gifted who inherited an advanced Unique Celestial Identity or UCI. The art has been practiced by Nostradamus, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and ‘the sleeping prophet’ Edgar Cayce.

About remote viewing

Remote viewing was popularised in the 90s upon the declassification of certain documents related to the Stargate Project, a US$20 million research programme started in 1975 and sponsored by the US government, in an attempt to determine potential military application of psychic phenomena.

Project Stargate is the collective name for advanced psychic functioning or remote viewing experiments and programmes that were undertaken for over 20 years to create a trainable, repeatable, operational and if at all possible, accurate methods of psychic spying or information gathering for the US military and intelligence agencies (CIA, NSA, DIA).

The US intelligence, worried by the expansion of Russian research into physical functioning in the late 60s and early 70s, took the decision to explore psychic functioning. Remote viewing techniques of CRV (Controlled Remote Viewing) and ERV (Extended Remote Viewing) are two of the main methods used and one was developed by Stanford Research Institute and its subcontractor Ingo Swann.

Remote viewing was used by a practitioner named ‘Joe’ to shed light on the Oklahoma City bombing. It is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target using subjective means, in particular, extra-sensory perception (ESP) or ‘sensing with mind’ and involves some hypnosis in its process.

Typically a remote viewer is expected to give information about an object, event, person or location hidden from physical view and separated at some distance. The term was coined in the 70s by physicists Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff, parapsychology researchers at Stanford Research Institute, to distinguish it from clairvoyance.

Recent remote viewing support for MH370

Recently, world famous paranormalist and renowned spoon-bender, Uri Geller, used the technique to establish the fate of MH370. He believes that the pilots were overcome by a fire.

He told the media: “It is my opinion that something happened to the pilot. The pilot was either pushed into a situation to divert the plane by another force or he did it of his own accord.”

Even though, Geller came under attack for his views, he said: “That is my opinion. It is what I had derived from my own personal intuitive feeling.”

One of his followers wrote to him: “I have every confidence in you and your gifts. If you can find oil and diamonds, a plane should be easy. I look forward to your results. These families need your abilities.”

Numerous theories have been postulated to explain the disappearance of MH370, with suggestions from terrorism, mechanical faults causing the plane to disintegrate, a mid-air hijacking and concerns regarding the mental state of the pilot.

The investigation is increasingly focused on the theory that someone who knew how to fly a plane deliberately diverted the flight. But renowned psychic and author, Kristy Robinett, already knew that. Robinett, who lives and works in Plymouth, Michigan, thinks she knows what happened.

She believes that the plane was hijacked by “several of those on board (more than three, along with one mastermind who was not on board),” she told CBS Detroit in an e-mail.

She, however, cushioned the information by saying “nothing is absolute”. She said not all psychics or mediums have the same ‘strength’ to their abilities. Thus one may ‘see’ something others had missed. And then there are the impressions we receive that must then be interpreted by the said seer.

She added in the case of MH370: “All I have is visions that I have received with no specific coordinates.” But with those ‘flashes,” this is what she believes:

“It was planned for over a year. It wasn’t a suicide mission. I believe they had a location set up to land. There was communication on the ground with a team/fleet of people.

“I felt the location having a mountain region along with a jungle-feeling and may be near a small island. There are hidden ‘underground’ areas. I saw tables with smartphones/cell phones, open wallets, passports.

“It was hot and humid and there is crystal clear water/ocean nearby. I do believe that the government knows more than what we are being told. This could be a good thing, however.

“I also believe that several governments have a good idea where this plane is and are keeping the public busy with speculations as they take care of deeper issues connected with this. My heart goes out to the families who are left waiting.”

So, why consult a psychic?

While they have been discredited in several high-profile cases, most notably when celebrated psychic Sylvia Browne told kidnapped Amanda Berry’s mother during a TV show that her daughter was dead, psychics have also been consulted by police for decades.

It happened in the case of Noreen Renier, who started lecturing in 1981 at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. She says she has worked on over 500 unsolved cases with city, county, and state law enforcement agencies in 38 states of the US and six foreign countries.

Renier was heralded by FBI profiler Robert Ressler, the man who created the concept of psychologically profiling repeat offenders in the 70s, and creating the term ‘serial killer’. He credited Renier with predicting the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan during one of her lectures.

In Sylvia Brown’s case, after Berry was found alive, she released a statement saying she was “grateful and relieved to be mistaken.”

Perhaps, while the search operations continue in the Indian Ocean, an open mind to engage notable psychic and remote viewing specialist to help sense MH370 passengers and the craft should be considered. There is nothing to lose in such psychic employment into the search for MH370.

If the search operation authorities have no concrete leads to the aircraft, they should not discredit such use of psychic professionals. Offcourse, all their psychic scanning needs to be confidential and done in the background to assist the teams.

There should not be any more ‘bomoh’ magic carpet stunts. Let us be more professional in our efforts to find MH370. Such display of individualism to get popularity humiliates the dignity of Malaysians when highlighted by international media.

Bomohs can do their carpet flights in their homes and report any finding to the MH370 search operations secretariat. The onus is on them to make sense. But what is more important is getting results to the whereabouts and fate of the passengers of MH370.

Let’s hope that we will find MH370 soon.

Julian Leicester is a London-trained subconscious specialist with Hypno-Station. He is Malaysia’s most renowned professionalhypnotherapist, media personality, columnist, and event host and book author. He can be contacted at [email protected] orwww.hypno-station.com)


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