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  • FDA aggressively attacking colloidal silver products to clear the way for a Big Pharma coronavirus VACCINE (that will probably kill 100,000 Americans all by itself)

    (Natural - News) Companies that sell colloidal silver, which could provide protection against infection with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), now face possible reprimand from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for selling “fraudulent products.”Image: FDA aggressively attacking colloidal silver products to clear the way for a Big Pharma coronavirus VACCINE (that will probably kill 100,000 Americans all by itself)

    The federal agency, which only considers pharmaceuticals to possess any medical benefits, says it recently issued warning letters to multiple firms instructing them to stop suggesting that colloidal silver can in any way help prevent, treat, mitigate, diagnose or cure the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

    Instead of focusing on FDA-approved pharmaceuticals, which maim and kill hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, the FDA has instead indicated that it will be “actively monitoring” companies that sell colloidal silver to ensure that they’re not trying to help people avoid infection using this natural alternative.

    “The FDA is exercising its authority to protect consumers from firms selling unapproved products and making false or misleading claims, including, by pursuing warning letters, seizures, or injunctions against products and firms or individuals that violate the law,” the agency further indicated in an announcement on its “Health Fraud Scams” website.

    In order to make way for an eventual Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, the FDA is trying to clear out natural things like colloidal silver, vitamin C, zinc, and quinone that threaten to expose the inevitable jab “solution” as unnecessary, and thus fraudulent.

    The colloidal silver companies targeted by the FDA as part of its crackdown include:

    • JRB Enterprise Group Inc. DBA Anti-Aging Bed
    • Halosense Inc.
    • Bioactive C60/FullerLifeC60 LLC
    • Carahealth
    • Xephyr LLC dba N-ergetics
    • GuruNanda, LLC
    • Quinessence Aromatherapy Ltd
    • Vivify Holistic Clinic
    • Colloidal Vitality LLC
    • The Jim Baker Show
    • Herbal Amy Inc.

    Listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks about how people are already fleeing big cities to get away from what’s to come with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis:

    The science is clear: Colloidal silver is a powerful antiviral

    Say what it might about colloidal silver, but the FDA is just plain wrong when it comes to completely discounting it as “fraudulent.” While we can’t say for sure that colloidal silver is a certifiable cure for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), it remains a scientific fact that silver ions are powerfully antiviral.

    Long before pharmaceutical drugs even existed, silver was commonly used to kill harmful microbes, whether they be bacteria or viruses. Research into colloidal silver has found that it’s capable of killing more than 650 known pathogens, including the smallpox virus and even HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).

    Colloidal silver is also capable of attaching to the outer protein shells of viruses and foiling their attempts at attaching to host cells, effectively preventing infection.

    “Colloidal silver may be a lifeline or just a gimmick – only time will tell,” reports Film Daily. “Clearly there is a lot of positive information about colloidal silver which, in the absence of a mainstream solution, is not something to be dismissed outright.”

    More of the latest news about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is available at

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  • Ignored by Media, Huge Clinton Investigation Heats Up

    by Frank Holmes, reporter

    Of all the scandals hanging over Bill Clinton, the one that’s remained the most mysterious for the longest period of time is this: What was his connection to an alleged government drug smuggling operation run out of Mena, Arkansas, while he was governor?

    Allegations have swirled for decades about the airport, where multiple federal agencies flew planes for years at the height of the U.S. cocaine epidemic.

    Now, new documents, first obtained by conservative legal watchdog Judicial Watch, shed light on one of the darkest corners of the Clinton legacy.

    In 1981, a drug smuggler named Barry Seal moved his operation to a tiny airstrip in Arkansas, the Mena Intermountain Airport.

    Seal claimed he’d made up to $50 million by delivering 1,000-pound bags of cocaine for South American cartels. When the feds busted him, he became a DEA informant and helped expose how Nicaragua’s Communist Sandinistas helped cocaine flow into the U.S.

    But rumors have always had it that Seal did a lot more than run picture-taking errands; he was smuggling drugs into the U.S.—and Bill Clinton allegedly sat at the center of the action.

    Eyewitnesses claim to have seen a new airstrip being cut into the wild woods of the Ozarks near Mena, and very strange things happening there.

    Former IRS investigator Bill Duncan said reports started to pour in of “automatic weapons fire, men of Latin American appearance in the area, people in camouflage moving quietly through streams with automatic weapons, aircraft drops, twin-engine airplane traffic.”

    Sources claimed that the airport was ground zero of a massive illegal drug-and-arms-smuggling operation that imported cocaine into the United States and shipped weapons to Central American rebels—and rumor is that Clinton and his pals profited handsomely from the trade.

    Clinton’s then-governor administration collected a 10 percent “commission” on every dollar of drugs flown into the Mena airport—and, according to a 550-page book by Terry Reed, Clinton saw that the drugs got laundered through Dan Lasater, a close friend of the governor, his wife, and his half-brother Roger Clinton.

    “There was something going on there that the government desperately wanted to hide,” said the book’s co-author, John Cummings.

    But it looked like we’d never know the details. In just a few years Seal was murdered by the Medellin cartel, and his plane – and its new pilot – got shot down over Nicaragua, illegally carrying arms to the Contras.

    The fact that all this happened while Bill Clinton sat in the governor’s mansion made people ask the same question: What did Clinton know and when did he know it?

    Amazing as it sounds, President Clinton has only made one statement on the shocking allegations over the years—in 1994. At a press conference, he said things happening at Mena “were primarily a matter for federal jurisdiction.” The feds “didn’t tell me anything about it,” and that “we had nothing—zero—to do with it.” At the time, reporters thought he used legal language to dodge the question.

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    Others said he outright lied.

    The London Telegraph reported that Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson stated, under penalty of perjury, that he and others on his team “discussed repeatedly in Clinton’s presence” very “large quantities of drugs being flown into the Mena airport, large quantities of money, large quantities of guns.”

    In 1996, Congress ordered the CIA to produce a report about what happened at the mountaintop airport with the high volume of drug shipments.

    CIA officials insisted the report cleared them…but it never saw the light of day.

    Until now.

    Judicial Watch sued and won the report’s release—but there’s a hitch.

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    Most of its 73 pages are redacted, erased, or crossed out.

    Still, what is visible brings interesting facts to light.

    The CIA states that it had nothing to do with Barry Seal—except for a two-day stint when they paid him to repair airplanes they flew on another, totally innocent mission with the Defense Department.

    What that routine training with the DoD entailed, they won’t say.

    But the document undercuts Clinton’s statement that he knew “zero” about the goings-on at Mena. The CIA says that “certain Arkansas state and local officials were informed.”

    Those with knowledge of the Arkansas government in the 1980s say it’s unbelievable that Clinton didn’t at least know about what really happened at Mena, whatever it was.

    “Bill Clinton likely knew a lot more than he has admitted,” Judicial Watch says in a statement. “We also learn there is a lot the government still does not want us to know.”

    In fact, Clinton’s cronies are reportedly still avoiding investigators. Reporter Mara Leveritt said she personally read the Arkansas State Police’s enormous file on Barry Seal years ago—but when she asked to review it a few years ago, it disappeared into thin air.

    “I knew the agency had an extensive file on Seal, because I’d read it decades earlier, shortly after Seal’s murder,” she said.

    Because of this kind of stonewalling, Judicial Watch is demanding the CIA come clean to the American public.

    “The Mena Report should be declassified and released,” says Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. The public deserves answers to what really went on at Mena.”

    Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”

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  • Dr. Bob Beck on Blood Electrification for Cleansing, Parasite Zapping, Neutralization of HIV, Etc.


    A Proposed Experimental/Theoretical, Noninvasive, Nonpharmaceutical, In Vivo Method for Rapid Neutralization of HIV Virus in Human Subjects

    Revision September 26, 1995 Copyright 1996 by Robert C. Beck, D.Sc.

    In a remarkable discovery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, N.Y.C. in 1990, it was shown that a minute current (50 to 100 MICRO amperes) can alter outer protein layers of HIV virus in a petri dish so as to prevent its subsequent attachment to receptor sites. (SCIENCE NEWS, March 30, 1991 page 207.) It may also reverse Epstein Barr (chronic fatigue syndrome), hepatitis, and herpes B. HIV positive users of this enclosed information may expect a NEGATIVE p24 surface antigen or PCR test (no more HIV detectable in blood) after 30 days. This is reminiscent of a well proven cure for snakebite by application of electric current that instantly neutralizes the venom’s toxicity. (LANCET, July 26, 1986, page 229.) And there may be several other as yet undiscovered or untested viruses neutralizable with this discovery.

    This very simple blood clearing treatment offered great promise as a positive method for immobilizing known strains of HIV still present and contaminating some European and US blood bank reserve supplies. It was further suggested that infected human HIV carriers could be cured by removing their blood, treating it electrically and returning it by methods similar to dialysis. Dr. Steven Kaali, MD, projected that “years of testing will be in order before such an in vitro (blood removed for treatment) device can be made ready for widespread use” (LONGEVITY, Dec. 1992, page 14.) This paper reveals a “do-it-yourself” approach for healing involving no medical costs or dialysis.

    In the writer’s opinion both blood and lymph can be cleared in vitro (which means blood isn’t removed) simply, rapidly, and inexpensively with similar but NON-INVASIVE techniques described herein. All are fully disclosed in this paper. This paper includes all necessary schematics, parts lists, and instructions. Electronic and controlled electroporation approaches may well make vaccines (even if possible someday), pharmaceuticals, supplements, oxygen and diet therapies, plus other proposed remedies obsolete, even if they worked and were free.

    In a public lecture (Oct. 19, 1991) the writer’s opinion proposed this theoretical do-it-yourself method for accomplishing HIV “neutralization” in vivo. Subsequently, his original modalities and protocols have been extensively peer reviewed, refined, simplified and made universally affordable (under $75 for both devices including batteries when self-made). These two simple treatments used in tandem can potentially nullify well over 95% (and perhaps 100%) of known HIV strains residing in both blood, lymph, and other body tissue and fluids. Following is a summary of two years of offshore feedback with this non-iatrogenic, do-it yourself, simple and inexpensive experimental solution to the ever escalating AIDS dilemma. There are no known side effects since milliampere currents are much lower than those in FDA approved TENS, CES and muscle stimulators which have been in daily use for many years. Battery replacement costs are under 25¢ per month per user or about 1¢ per day for a typical 21 day “spontaneous remission”. No doctors, pharmaceuticals, ozone, or other intervention appears necessary.

    The pocket-sized, battery-powered, blood clearing instrument is basically a miniature relay driven by a timer chip set to ~0.67 Hertz. Its 0 to 36V user adjustable biphasic output minimizes electrode site irritation. The described system delivers stimulation through normally circulating blood via electrodes placed at selected sites (such as one electrode behind ankle bone on inside of foot and another identically located on opposite foot) over the sural, popliteal, posterior tibial, or peronal arteries where the subjects’ veins and arteries are accessibly close to the surface. Optimum electrode positions are reliably located by feeling pulse. (Micro current treatment is of such low amplitude that it creates no discomfort when used as directed and is demonstrated to have no harmful side effects on healthy blood cells or tissue. A major obstacle to this simple and obvious solution is disbelief, and subjects must assume responsibility for their own health — a “heresy” in today’s society where we’re conditioned to look for answers only to a medical establishment that has no current knowledge remotely promising “cures” for numerous well known terminal diseases.

    Using neutralization approximately 8 to 20 minutes per day for about three or four weeks should in the writer’s opinion effectively immobilize well over 95% of any HIV and simultaneously any other electrosensitive viruses in blood. In heavy infections, shorter application times could prevent overloading patient with toxins. Simply treat for a greater number of days. In time, the restored immune system will handle residual problems. In the special case of impaired circulation due to diabetes, longer treatment times may be indicated. Immobilized viruses may be expelled naturally through kidneys and liver. More rapid neutralization is easily possible but not recommended because of potential excessive toxic elimination reactions. (Herxheimer’s syndrome). T-cell counts may drop initially (because of lysing and subsequent scavenging by macrophages) but should recover to over 200 within 90 days.

    Latent / germinating HIV reservoirs in the body’s lymph or other tissue may theoretically be neutralized with a second and separate device by the strategy of generating a very high intensity (~19 kilogauss) short duration (~10 µS) magnetic pulse of >35 joules by discharging a modified strobe light’s capacitor through an applicator coil held at body points over lymph nodes and other possible internal sites of infection. By the physics of Eddy current / back emf “transformer action” (Lenz’ law) the desired criteria of minimum current induced through infected tissue on the order of 50 to 100 µA should be readily attained. Several pulses repeated at each site may insure a reliable “overkill” for successful HIV neutralization. A magnetic “pulser” is very inexpensive and simple to build.

    These “theoretical solutions” are being disclosed under constitutional freedom of speech guarantees in spite of extensively organized hostile opposition to non-pharmaceutical cures. Data can be legally offered only as “theoretical” and no medical claims can be made or implied. See your health professional! Anyone at his discretion and assumed responsibility should be free to build, use (on himself) and network his “research” results.

    Expanded Instructions for Experimental / Theoretical HIV Blood Neutralization: Hypothetical Protocols for Experimental Sessions
    Revision Dec. 18, 1995.

    Precautions: Do not use on subjects with cardiac pacemakers. Any applied electrical signals may interfere with “demand” type heart pacers and cause malfunction. Do not use on pregnant women, while driving or using hazardous machinery.

    Users must avoid ingesting anything containing medicinal herbs, foreign or domestic, or potentially toxic medication, nicotine, alcohol, recreational drugs, laxatives, tonics, etc., and certain vitamins for one week before starting because blood electrification can cause electroporation which makes cell membranes pervious to small quantities of normally harmless chemicals in plasma. The effect is the same as extreme overdosing which might be lethal. See Electroporation: a General Phenomenon for Manipulating Cells and Tissues; J.C. Weaver, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 51:426-435 (1993). Effects can mimic increasing dosages many fold. Both the magnetic pulser and blood purifier cause electroporation.

    Do not place electrode pads over skin lesions, abrasions, new scars, cuts, eruptions, or sunburn. Do not advance output amplitude to uncomfortable levels. All subjects will vary. Do not fall asleep while using.

    Do not place electrodes above waist. (See Exceptions.) Generally use only on feet so as to minimize possible current paths through unhealthy heart. The magnetic pulser should, however, be safe to use anywhere on body or head. Avoid ingesting alcohol 24 hours before using. Drink an 8 oz. glass of distilled water 15 minutes before and immediately following each session and drink at least four additional glasses daily for flushing during “neutralization” and for one week thereafter. This is imperative. Ignoring this can cause systemic damage.

    If subject feels sluggish, faint, dizzy, headachy, nauseous, or has flu-like symptoms after exposures, reduce number of pulses per session and/or shorten applications of blood clearing. Use caution when treating patients with impaired kidney or liver function.

    To avoid shock liability, use batteries only. Do not use any line-connected power supply, transformer, charger, battery eliminator, etc. with blood clearing device.  Line supplies are okay with well-insulated magnetic pulse generators (strobe lights).

    Health professionals — Avoid nicotine addicts, vegetarians, and other unconsciously motivated death-wishers and their covert agendas of “defeat the healer”. Tobacco, the most addictive (4-H times more addictive than heroin) and deadly substance of abuse known, disrupts normal cardiovascular function. True vegetarian diets are missing essential amino acids absolutely necessary for the successful rebuilding of AIDS-ravaged tissues. Secondary gains (sympathy / martyrdom, free benefits, financial assistance, etc.) play large roles with AIDS patients. “Recovery guilt” as friends are dying has even precipitated suicide attempts masked as “accidents”. Avoid such entanglements.

    Electrode Placement:   Locate maximum pulse position (not to be confused with acupuncture, reflexology, Chapman, etc. points) on each foot by feeling on inside of ankle ~1″ below and to rear of ankle bone, then feel top center of instep. Place electrode on whichever pulse site on that foot that feels strongest. Scrub skin over chosen sites with mild soap and water or alcohol swab. Wipe dry. Position the electrodes lengthwise along each left and right foot’s blood vessel. We presently prefer foot-to-foot electrode placements which will encompass about five times the volume of circulating blood undergoing pathogen neutralization compared to the earlier foot-to-back-of-same-knee placements originally suggested in our 1991 paper. Note: with subjects having perfectly healthy hearts and not wearing pacers, it is convenient to use left wrist to right wrist exactly over ulnar arterial pulse paths instead of feet. Wide rubber bands over wires at elbows keep leads out of the way when using hands. With electrode cable unplugged, turn switch ON and advance amplitude control to maximum.  Push momentary SW. 2 “Test” switch and see that the red and green light emitting diodes flash alternately. This verifies that polarity is reversing ~4 times per second (frequency is not critical) and that batteries are still good. If LED’s don’t light, replace all three 9V batteries. When the white incandescent bulb dims or appears yellowish, or relay isn’t clicking, replace all four AA cells. Zener diodes will extinguish LEDs when the three 9V battery’s initial 27V drops below 18V after extended use. If subject has a perfectly healthy heart, wrist-to-wrist placement is more convenient. Never use any electrode larger than 1-J” long by J” wide to avoid wasting current on surrounding tissue. Confine exactly to blood vessels only. Add a drop of salt water to each electrode’s cotton cover ~every 10 minutes to keep electrodes thoroughly saturated during entire session.

    Now rotate amplitude control to minimum (counter-clockwise) and plug in electrode cable. Subject now advances dial slowly until he feels a “thumping” and tingling. Turn as high as tolerable but don’t advance amplitude to where it is ever uncomfortable. Adjust voltage periodically as he adapts or acclimates to current level after several minutes. If subject perspires, skin resistance may decrease because of moisture, so setting to a lower voltage for comfort is indicated. Otherwise It is normal to feel progressively less sensation with time. You may notice little or no sensation at full amplitude immediately, but feeling will begin building up to maximum after several minutes at which time amplitude must be decreased. Typical adapted electrode-to-electrode impedance is on the order of 2000W. Typical comfortable input (to skin) is ~3mA, and maximum tolerable input (full amplitude) is ~7 mA but this “reserve” limit is unnecessary and uncomfortable Current flowing through blood is very much lower than this external measurement because of series resistances through skin, tissue and blood vessel walls.

    Apply blood neutralizer for about an hour daily for 21-30 days. Use judgment here. Carefully monitor subject’s reactions. For very heavy infections, go slower so as not to overload body’s toxic disposal capability. With circulation-impaired diabetics, etc., you may wish to extend session times up to 90 minutes to two hours. Again, have the subject drink lots of water. You may be overexposing if post treatment discomfort is felt.

    Subjects may feel sleepy, sluggish, listless, nauseous, faint or headachy, or have flu-like reactions if neglecting sufficient water intake for flushing toxins. We interpret this as detoxification plus endorphin release due to electrification. Let them rest and stabilize for ~45 minutes before driving if indicated. If this detoxing becomes oppressive, treat every second day. Treating at least 21 times should “fractionate” both juvenile and maturing HIV to overlap maximum neutralization sensitivity windows and interrupt “budding” occurring during the HIV cells’ development cycles. Treatments also safely neutralize many other viruses, fungi, bacteria, parasites, and microbes in blood. See US patents # 5,091,152 5,139,684 5,188,738 5,328,451 and others as well as numerous valid medical studies which are presently little known or suppressed. Ingesting a few oz. of 5 to 20 parts per million of silver colloid solution daily can give subjects a “second intact immune system” and minimize or eliminate opportunistic infections during recovery phase. This miracle substance is pre-1938 technology, and unlike ozone is considered immune from FDA harassment. Silver colloid can EASILY be made at home electrolytically in minutes and in any desired quantities and parts per million strength for under 1¢ per gallon plus cost of distilled water. It is ridiculous to purchase it for high prices. Colloid has no side effects, and is known to rapidly eliminate or prevent hundreds of diseases. Silver colloids won’t produce drug resistant strains as will all other known antibiotics. No reasonable amount can overdose or injure users either topically, by ingestion, or medical professional injection.

    Suggestions for Acquiring and Using an Inductively Coupled Magnetic Pulse Generator for Theoretical Lymph and Tissue HIV Neutralization
    Revision December 18, 1995.
    Note: These data are for informational and instructional purposes only and are not to be construed as medical advice. Consult with your licensed health practitioner.

    To use, press fully insulated coil flat against body over lymph glands and other selected locations such as shown on page 11. Let strobe build up to full charge (about 10 seconds or longer between pulses) and fire coil while contacting each site. Subjects will feel no physical sensations except for light “thumps” during this phase of treatment. Exposure levels are considered safe because intensity of this magnetic pulser is much lower than Magnetic Nuclear Resonance Imaging in routine use on tens of thousands of patients. But should subject feel “headachy”, nauseous, sluggish, or display flu-like symptoms after exposures with either of these two devices, reduce number of pulses or duration of blood clearing process and drink more water. If immune system is very badly damaged, you may need to repeat all routines after several months to insure permanent and complete neutralization.When using, keep coil several feet away from credit cards, watches, magnetic tape, computers, floppy disks, homeopathic remedies, etc., since its powerful magnetic field can de-gauss and erase magnetic data as well as subtle energy potentized medicines. As an unanticipated serendipity, pulsers are reported to erase deeply rooted lymph and tissue pathology and possibly even classical “miasma’s” as well as many other microbes, fungi, bacteria, parasites, and viruses. Flash should preferably be used with AC power to save battery costs since you’ll only get about 40 full pulses per new set of alkaline batteries. For sanitary purposes, enclose coil in plastic zip-lock sandwich bag discarded after each user. When treating numerous subjects if there’s no AC adapter it is economical to purchase and utilize a small rechargeable 6V lead-acid “motorcycle” type storage battery.


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    Remote viewing is a mind-body discipline. After exploring the in-depth research behind remote viewing, you may be interested in trying a session yourself. Learn how to hold a viewing session and interpret the results, as well as consider the consequences of accessing non-local information.

    Remote Viewing (RV) is probably going to feel very different from anything you’ve ever done before. That’s because it’s all about learning to unblock your feelings, hunches and intuitive glimpses. People like musicians and artists, those who are trained to go with the the flow, are more familiar with the creative process and tend to feel more comfortable with it. RV involves letting going of your preconceived ideas about what you are perceiving and instead, just going with the flow of things.


    Remote viewing involves a paradox: the more confident you feel during a session, the less likely you are to be accurate. What this means is that during an RV session, you’re acting like a psychic detective, looking for clues within your own awareness for something you can’t physically see or touch. Your conscious mind will probably tell you that it won’t work. But it’s wrong: It does work.

    During an RV session, our conscious minds, which usually act like they know what’s going on at every moment, have to surrender to the unknown. Our conscious minds like hard, concrete information: RV signals tend to be soft. Our conscious minds like certainty: RV sessions are the embodiment of uncertainty. Our conscious minds like to be right, as much as possible: while doing RV, we have no idea if we are right or not. And often after getting to see our feedback picture, we’ll see a lot that we missed. And things we made up that aren’t there.

    RV is really a big ego buster. It’s humbling for your conscious mind to accept that it’s not as good as your subtle mind at this task, but it will get used to it. You just have to accept the idea that there are no bad RV sessions, if you learn something about yourself every time you do one.

    And your conscious mind also has to learn to get together with your unconscious mind: the one who has access to non-local information. Believe me, it’s a really profound learning experience to find out that your conscious mind, who feels like it’s in control of your waking life, can only go so far before it has to hand off it’s job to another part of your awareness, your non-local self.

    The first step in learning to be good at RV is letting go of the need to be right all the time.

    This is a big deal for many of us but it’s good for you: you learn more when you’re wrong about something than when you’re right, and RV is no different.

    Just so you know, there are many different styles of remote viewing, the main branches being Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) and Extended Remote Viewing (ERV). The difference between these two styles is that CRV originates from psychic Ingo Swann and is a written protocol with defined stages. ERV on the other hand is an earlier system that is more like stream of thought and doesn’t necessarily require pen and paper: you can use a digital or tape recorder to record your impressions. I’m not aware of any evidence that suggests that one system is more accurate than another. However, I learned the CRV system so my ideas stem from that line of thinking.

    Now it’s quite possible that you are a natural psychic and already have your own system for viewing. Just stick with what works for you. There’s no right or wrong here. But if you’ve never done anything like this before, you can follow the steps below.


    The first thing that you want to do is find a quiet place where you won’t be distracted. RV is not so much a mental process as a sensing protocol. You use your awareness to become aware of your entire body and what its feeling. It’s not just about mental concentration.

    But the first step is to quiet your mind in any way that suits you. It’s called a cool down period. During an RV session, you want as little mental noise as possible.


    What you’re going to need to practice are some picture targets chosen for you in advance by a friend or a helper. These should be pictures cut from magazines and pasted on sheets of blank, white paper, perhaps ten or so, one picture per sheet. Pictures of people, architecture, nature, and travel are often good choices. Don’t pick a target picture that may be offensive or disturbing to the viewer.

    The target pictures should be of real world objects, events, or places, not computer graphics. Have your friend stack them in a manilla envelope face down and say absolutely nothing about them to you. You’ll view them one at a time, getting feedback after each session from the facedown target at the top of the pile.

    The main idea behind RV is to increase your sensitivity to unconscious information that you already have available to you. And that’s a lot of information.

    Studies show that we have over 20 million bits of information from our physical senses each second. (And that’s not counting non-local RV-type information). But we are consciously aware of only 16 bits. That’s a loss of more than 99.999 percent of the information that we could have access too. The information is still there, but it’s buried in our unconscious mind. Your job is to make sense of it and write it down before your conscious mind interferes in some way.

    The goal of RV or any type of psychic activity is to become more sensitive to the really subtle information: to access it without distorting it. You’re accessing a hidden channel of non-local information that is normally not available to you consciously.

    One way to practice this during the day is to see how much sensory information you can describe in your immediate environment, as accurately as possible. You may think you know what’s in your surroundings, but it if really take a look, you’ll see it’s more varied than you imagined. There are more shades of colors, more patterns, more contrasts than your conscious mental image contains.

    That’s because most of the sensory information you experience each moment is generated by your brain, about 80 percent to be exact. Only about twenty percent of your perceived sensory information is coming from outside you. The rest is created by your physical mind to save energy and time: it’s making its best guess about what’s going on around you based on a small sampling of the environment. What you think you’re seeing is actually a hallucination of sorts.

    An example of this are the saccades that your eyes constantly make: the small flitting motions that your eyes exhibit about three times a second. They’re constantly scanning your environment with small, jumpy motions. But your brain edits this out for you and so when you look around, things seem still. Even if you look at your eyes in a mirror you won’t see the saccades, they’re edited out from your consciousness.

    So, when you’re practicing viewing, you’re attempting to describe very subtle information that is much weaker than your conscious perceptions. If you’re describing a photo target, and the image in your mind is 3D and very colorful, you’re probably making it up! True RV impressions are very subtle, fleeting, and transient. Many people don’t ever “see” anything while they’re viewing. They may just get sensory impressions without knowing how they got them. The main thing is to write it down before the information disappears into your mind’s deletion trash bin.

    After “cooling down” for a few minutes, write down the date, time and any ideas you want to let go of that may distract you while viewing. Then you want to begin the session by describing the most basic impressions you have of the target site, event, or person. What do you feel is the predominant thing in the target. Is it natural or artificial? Land, water? Motion or energy? Pick one or two of these descriptors and write them down.


    The main thing is not to second guess yourself. Write down the first thing that comes to your mind. The fainter, the better. Just make sure you write down the information as descriptively as possible and don’t judge anything. Remember, your job is to describe, not define, what’s going on at the target site.

    The information isn’t just coming from your mind, it’s coming from your autonomic nervous system too. The idea is that your unconscious already knows everything there is to know about the target, it just has to communicate that to your conscious mind. It does that through your body with very subtle sensations and feelings and that take time.

    After a few minutes, proceed to describe basic sensory information, like visuals, smells, tastes and temperatures. Then you may start perceiving sizes, shapes and patterns. What viewers call Dimensionals. You may even start to feel an emotional reaction to the target. Just make sure not to omit anything. Loud, persistent images are most likely mental noise. Write that info down too, just make sure you note that it is probably analysis on your part and not coming from the the target.

    Eventually, you’ll want to draw sketch. Take your time and don’t worry about how your sketch looks. Finally, imagine yourself floating several hundred feet over the target area. Is there anything surprising about the target that you can perceive? Make a note of your final impressions about the target. Then write down the time, finish your session, and write a few sentence summary of what you perceived. Look over everything your wrote down as you might have forgotten about it by now.

    When you’re ready, pull out the top photo from the envelope and see how you did! This is called “getting your feedback.” You might surprise yourself with how much you got right. Take your time to really look at the colors, shapes, and other descriptors. You might see aspects of the target that are apparent in your session only after some careful inspection of everything wrote down. But if you didn’t get anything in the photo, don’t despair. The main point of RV is to learn about yourself, not just to be accurate. It can take some time before you make a big breakthrough. But when it happens, it might just come as a shock to you that it works. And don’t overdo it either, you want this to stay fun to get the best results in the long run.

    Around fifteen years ago I was lucky enough to take some seminars with the late Beverly Jaegers of the U.S. PSI Squad who often helped law enforcement all over the United States in hundreds of missing persons cases. They had a success rate somewhere near eighty percent but never took any credit for helping. Beverly, author of the hands on “how to” book The Psychic Paradigm, was a highly talented, self-taught psychic whom you might have seen on TV. She excelled at Psychometry, or detecting non-local information merely by touching an object associated with it.

    One time, when I was working on a practice target at a seminar with her, she came over to me and asked me what I was perceiving about the target. It was a description of a vehicle but I hadn’t written it down: Beverly told me write it down and then said to me in a loud voice: “Don’t second guess yourself!” My description turned out to be a very accurate one of the suspect’s vehicle in the arson case she had given us. All we had been allowed to do at the beginning of the session was touch the outside of an envelope containing some physical evidence.


    Another beautiful paradox of the RV process is that the more you’re detached from the outcome of the session, the better you’ll do. In other words, if you just do the session for the fun of it or for the challenge of describing your perceptions as thoroughly and accurately as possible, your session will be more accurate than if you’re worried whether your data are right or not.

    Growing up in the educational systems that most of us did, we’re concerned with being right and defending our ideas with facts. But you can’t do that during RV, so you just have to let go and do your best. Because as long as you’re attempting to use our “senseless” senses you’ll be making progress. You’re accessing a new communications systems that may have been dormant for quite a while, so be patient with yourself.

    Resist the urge to feel excited if you make good target contact or dejected if you miss. The point is get in touch your internal communication systems and get better at decoding it. You can’t learn this overnight just like you can’t learn to play a musical instrument without lots of practice. But if you persist through your viewing sessions, no matter what the outcome, some amazing experiences await you. Everyone is different, so you’ll have to let me know how this process affects your personal, cognitive, and spiritual development. But for most people I know, eventually something profound happens and you just feel expanded and more in touch with what’s going on inside and around you.

    One book I can highly recommend is Explorers of the Infinite: The Secret Lives of Extreme Athletes by Maria Coffey. It’s not about RV per se, but more about the spontaneous awareness and intuitive flashes of insight that come to people, or those close to them, involved in extreme sports and adventure activities. It’s uncanny how people participating in difficult, challenging situations tap deeply into their intuitions and get precognitive information about what they’re about to encounter on a climb to a mountain top or deep in the wilderness. It shows us that these abilities are built into us yet they need some coaxing to be fully activated.

    It’s really important to remember that you are already as psychic as you need to be.You don’t need to be more psychic than you already are but you can learn to be more mindful and attentive at every moment. Being psychic also means being more sensitive and that comes with a price. If you become too sensitive to your environment or perceptions, you may feel overwhelmed. Many natural psychics suffer from health issues. Others only attained their highly-accurate abilities after a major accident or traumatic event. So you don’t need to be more psychic: the point of RV practice is be a more integrated, perceptive and balanced, not to be able to predict tomorrow’s lottery numbers, unless that’s really your highest joy.

    Highly-accurate, natural psychics are extremely rare. However, everyone has this ability to some degree or another, so it’s worth practicing just to surprise yourself and find out more about who you are. And to show yourself some incontrovertible evidence that some part of you is, in some hidden way, intrinsically connected to everything else in the universe.


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