Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 9 Num. 21

("Quid coniuratio est?")


Hi Brian

The information below, in a more compressed form, will appear in the Sept 96 McLuhan post to our majordomo list. However, we have in the past reposted from CN, so we feel we owe you wishes

Alan Ellenson
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The Farsight web site at is one of the most extraordinary projects on the WWW, even by cyberspace standards. This site is where practitioners of "scientific remote viewing" hang out, using some sort of mind power to "re-witness" historical events. Even though this sounds like utter madness, it is far from it. Remote Viewing is that what the US govt spent millions on (TIME, NEWSWEEK etc) after an initial series of tests in the seventies using scientic double-blind protocols and a panel of blue ribbon testers showed that it worked in controlled circumstances. The Farsight group appears to be a renegade or "take it to the public" group of former govt-trained "viewers" loosely tied to Dr. Courtney Brown, whose recent work on the subject, COSMIC VOYAGE, will likely, over time, prove to be the classic on the topic. Currently on the Farsight address is a "remote view" of the TWA bombing which is unsettling to say the least...

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