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    Default The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Good Day Project Avalon Members

    Here's the link to the show https://soundcloud.com/psnradio/the-...ple-08-20-2017

    My name is Rich Giordano and I am host of The Paranormal Code on www.psn-radio.com. Some of you are probably familiar with the show through UFONAUT Radio or Skywatchers Radio on the same network. For those of you who may recognize my name I used to host The AZ UFO Show and was the first show calling out every liar and hoaxer. I had a reputation for being a jerk because I told the truth. How's that even a reality? You know the answer why I would be hated so I brought the innovative show and its evil truthful ways back to www.psn-radio.com and the truth keeps pouring out of me. I despise people like Corey Goode & his little friend David Wilcock. It's as if Jaime Maussan had two illegitimate sons with an American woman and trained them how to tell a lie as if it was the truth.

    I hate all hoaxers really. Tonight's show is about psychics. Why people like them and why people hate them. Some new ideas about the afterlife and the possibility to plan your own future? Find out why I don't like psychics.

    There's a few sightings out there I can't explain,...yet.

    Also tonight, the Eclipse is tomorrow! What does this mean for the End of Days? No one is talking EOD and that scares me. When they talk about it nothing happens so if the opposite is true then tomorrow should be more than the Eclipse.

    I hope to give you the truth like you've never heard it. I am NOT your father's ufology or paranormal show. Trust me on that. I'll mess hoaxers up!

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    The Paranormal Code is on Sunday Nights 10pm est/7pm pst www.psn-radio.com and simulcast on KTLK The Fringe FM
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Thanks and welcome to PA.
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Welcome to Avalon, Rich. For future reference, it's helpful to add the direct link, rather than pan-radio.com.

    Hey say hello to Angel.
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Quote Posted by ParanormalCode (here)
    There's a few sightings out there I can't explain,...yet.
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    Quote Posted by ParanormalCode (here)
    Find out why I don't like psychics.
    Hi there, and a warm welcome to the forum.

    Maybe a gentler word to use might be why you don't trust psychics. 'Don't like' are two quite strong words. Some psychics, however silly their claimed information may be, may be very nice people who are totally sincere.

    And some psychics are real. For sure. But, certainly not all. Telling the difference is the real challenge.

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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Ah, now, I don't want to read too much into your words "Why Psychics Aren't Real" but surely, isn't categorically denying such "abilities" (if it's what you're implying) also denying the very real Human Capacities of Empathy and Intuition too eh ?

    Because aren't they all kind-of like related to each other in a sense ...

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    Quote There's a few sightings out there I can't explain,...yet.
    ..filmed a nice triangle recently and offer a look see... it has unusual properties..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vGIpZY5RyY
    this was the follow up to highlight the unusual looks...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08vcYOhZkBI

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    My ex-wife was psychic. 100% sure of that. She was scared of her abilities and prayed daily that they would diminish. She did not exploit or use her skills and few knew about her uniqueness. No one will ever convince me that psychics aren't real. As I think about it, perhaps a definition of psychic is necessary here. There are many abilities that could be lumped into the classification. So, to clarify, the ex was intuitive, could remotely view, and could travel out of body.
    The quantum field responds not to what we want; but to who we are being. Dr. Joe Dispenza

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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Hello,

    I'm a bit confused. How can you write off psychic phenomena as a whole, yet you speak of EOD as if it's a given fact. How can you pretense to be an advocate for truth, when you think so highly of yourself? Pardon me if I come off as a bit rude, but in my frank opinion, hard lines, hatred, and ego are just as damaging to all esoteric fields as is waxing poetic without a shred of evidence. Perhaps it's because I am not familiar with your work, but it seems as if you have some cognitive dissonance at work. You advertise your show, without really going into detail about your stance on psychics, beyond merely not liking them. Why don't you like them? What convinces you that people like Corey Goode are full of it, hoaxers, yet you insinuate the eclipse is a harbinger of the apocalypse? I don't mean to be aggressive, but a more intellectual, rationally critical approach to this would be more appreciated.

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    Thank you for the reply. Maybe I could use the word trust instead of not like but I really do not like people who make money as a psychic but aren't psychic. I have personal reasons why I don't like them and that's part of my life in my podcast that I speak of and share on my show. I would use the word trust but I just don't like them and haven't met a real one who can prove their ability to me. I've tried. Although I respect what you say, I however, do not like psychics that make a living without being psychic. I just won't waver from this. Thank you, Rich

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    I respect what you wrote but I've never met a psychic that's real. To learn more about why you'd have to listen to my show. I don't have a lot of time to get into detail but I did explain why I do not like psychics. Corey Goode and friends have no proof. Never show proof. I have been in this field with over 180,000 hours of sky watching and thousands of hours ghost hunting and over 900 shows where I interviewed everyone popular in the fields of research. I am hardcore and I don't take lightly people who make great claims yet have a shred of proof to back it up. Psychics are not real. I know for a fact. Why? Because I thought I was psychic at one point in my life but what a psychic really does is play off people's emotions and are very, very good at reading people. Believe me, I've done my research. If I say I do not like psychics it's because I can back it up with verifiable evidence they are fake. You can call me names, be rude to me and even hate me because I know the truth and I would never say something about anyone unless I find it to be true. Besides, when I posted my show it's for people to find out why I hate hoaxers by listening. I'm not going into detail here and now for an ad post for my show. You'd have to listen to find out. Or not! Thank you, Rich

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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

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    Psychics are not real. I know for a fact.
    Thanks, but that's kind of a problematic statement. Others may 'know' different things.

    Is there room for a discussion here, and an exchange of views and experiences? Why are you here on the forum? It seems you may be here simply to proselytize.

    You may be in the wrong virtual conference here, if your views are rigid. (And, forgive me if I'm wrong, but also apparently quite hostile in some ways.)

    Some psychics are frauds, for sure. But I and MANY others have had experiences that we would strongly attest are utterly real. Besides personal experience, there's also the very well-established military RV program (which is still extant to this day, augmented by hypnosis, electronics, and drugs. I have that in writing from a senior CIA doctor).

    And if you're also throwing out past-life recall and all UFO sightings (though that's a very big basket of totally unrelated stuff!) — then we really do have a problem. If you're a hard-nosed debunker of everything that could be called paranormal, rather than someone who's simply asking smart questions, as we all should... then you may be talking to the wrong group of friends here.

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    I think it depends on what you describe as psychic. There is a physics to it that many can't fathom.

    Precognition being a very form of that physics. Now you can do plenty of research to discover fraudulent behavior. But for some they don't need to prove what they already know to be true and evident with in fact proof...they just don't advertise themselves as such.

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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    The first post came off as fundamentally off and the second post confirmed his intellectual dishonesty.

    This is a ****storm of illiteracy that comes on like a freight train and this forum should have nothing to do with this guy. His very wording in all of it illustrates that he's looking to force conformation of his view no matter what anyone else says or does.

    No matter his innocence or guilt in potentially being a vehicle, the reality is in his using the Corey Goode story as a vehicle to stab at the functional aspects of the non-mainstream view of reality.

    This guy should be avoided at all junctures. Just another vehicle for culling, he is.

    Likened to Icke's "problem, reaction, solution" game, where the solution is brought on line to fix the created problem...and this solution...it goes right after the very thing you are trying to protect, evolve, and open to the public mind..

    He's using the public emotion and lack of discernment to wipe out as much as he can, of any of the functional aspects of the psychic and multidimensional phenomena.

    The entire forum and all written on it counter his projections based in illiteracy. His projections are things that seem -to those who do not discern the complexities- to follow logical premise... but fail to have functional anchor points in the real world of cutting edge works which are far better argued.

    He is illustrating he has a uneducated level of lopsided information and knows nothing about entirety of the field..and that field... would invalidate his position in a heartbeat. Since the audience is the same in their lack of knowledge of the field, he looks like an expert, who tells them what their fears and desires, as projections..what those fears and desires want to be real.

    He's building a case for those held captive by his seeming systems of logic, which are entrenched in simplistic forms of logic and fears as a method of entrainment.

    I just had an hour long phone conversation with someone on this very subject on using lesser levels of logic as a method to emotionally entrain those who cannot or won't fully commit to discernment in difficult subjects, and how they align themselves via the illiteracy and projected fears. This surface logic technique of bending deeper realities.. has always been a potent weapon against a more complex truth.

    Suffice it to say, reading the books in the bibliography of even one chapter, any chapter..of Lynn McTaggarts book, 'The Field', would completely crush is position, in a multitude of ways. But he's wiring his position and argument to not encompass enough of the field of the situation, for the true and full field...to be able to prove it's self.

    This common technique is a trick of remaining in emotional connection to that audience and remaining on the surface- a surface with a purposely limited reach. This was the Amazing Randi's group and their techniques. To remain forceful and mean, to maintain entrainment in the group, to never go into the situation in the real and actual more complex detail, as that would strip their position of even a shred of validity.

    In the book 'the field' in any given chapter, we can find the studies done by many hundreds of scientists and theoreticians, people with multiple degrees, extreme high IQ's .,most of them with many major studies and accolades in their given CV's.. CV's and people that can easily b researched and some of the people involved even be called up and spoken with. These scientists find themselves proving to even the most vile and illiterate skeptic, that psychic phenomena are very much valid.. in valid in ways so potent that no known form of logic can sidestep or dismiss this truth.

    This dismissal, circumvention and infiltration system...is psychology 101 techniques for clandestine forces from agencies or the hands of oligarchy. Pushed form behind the curtain, or the given black budget of someone or something.

    Like Cory Goode could be innocent of direct knowing involvement (but still wholly out to lunch) but used ...this guy could be innocent (but vicious, mean and forced) and simply used.

    Whatever the nature of it, a stabbing is stabbing, no matter the premise or backstory.

    Watch to see who and what supports him, financially or otherwise...with his 'product placement'.

    This will tell you everything you need to know.

    ~~~~~

    Quantum strangeness, for example, has JUST been found to work in MACRO objects. Ok... MACRO objects are exhibiting spooky action at a distance. And, in the famous slit experiment where it could be one or two going though the slit, we had simple human eyeball observation even 'out of time context', causing the particle to reliably be split in two or be as one. Wave particle differentials as an act of human observation (no touching, no interacting outside of eye observation, etc). All potential avenues for dismissing the results are also covered, so no 'but' statements, those have all been dealt with. These are scientists, they confirm the experiments to utter perfection within the rules of science. All avenues for argument of the results, are covered, by other peer reviewed studies, ad infinum, all studies are listed. See for yourself. Science is in 100%, 110%, 150% acceptance of the fundamentals that form the grouped phenomena of 'psychic experiences'.

    So where does this idiot get off? He gets off on entraning you into his projected ignorance? Wait, isn't that just what science said about the wave particle slit experiment, that remote entrainment or, in essence, anything you project, can be made to be real?

    That is what the hardcore scientific experiments by the literal hundreds have shown to be real and the listing of them all can be found in the book 'the field'. Go look yourself, proof is given in all ways possible to dispute. All.

    Of course, this news of the macro showing spooky action at a distance is in the mainstream physics news press, but very very few will ever look. It's people like Lynn McTaggart who put these stories together. Or like me, the kind of people who actually bother to look at the field and it's limits and can put the whole story together into a cohesive whole.

    I could easily add 100-200-300 more just like this one single story from just a few days ago.

    David wilcock's books are based on the same well researched, well documented and verifiable data sets. How he managed to get caught up on the Corey goode thing, is, well a big shame ...as the first two books are coherent and accurate, for the greater part.
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

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    Lynne McTaggart's book, The Field
    Yes, that's excellent. I read it back in 2001 when it very first came out. Sober, well-written, grounded, and very detailed.
    There are so many scholarly books to refer to, it's hard to know where to start. Jim Marrs' very well-known Psi Spies: The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program is an excellent textbook (and history book!) about how seriously the US military took, and still takes, this aspect of intelligence gathering:
    A book not referenced much nowadays, but of the very highest quality, is Supernature, by Lyall Watson. That's from back in the 1970s. I'd very, very highly recommend it. A classic.
    I met personally with Dr Hal Puthoff for two full days back in 2006, and talked with him (among many other things!) about his pioneering CIA-funded Remote Viewing work at the Stanford Research Institute back in the 70s with Ingo Swann, Uri Geller, et al.

    Project Camelot was launched a few months after that meeting, and I begged Hal to allow us to interview him: but he very politely declined. A 3-hour Camelot interview with him would have been really quite something.

    I liked Hal enormously, and got on with him very well. I still have a standing invitation from him for coffee if ever I were to pass by the Institute For Advanced Studies at Austin, Texas.

    The stories he told — about how he and Russell Targ pretty much wrestled with Uri Geller to keep him under control and tried to replicate all the astonishing things that spontaneously happened, but under laboratory conditions — were pure entertainment.

    Enough. Anyone who insists that psychic phenomena aren't real might have quite a bunch of reading and listening to do.
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Whats the big deal if someone doesn't believe in psychics? He seems to be the opposite of those believing everything they read without thinking critical, I think it would do us well to use more logic. Not sure if its the right way to come here advertising your show without engaging in discussion?
    Conk, I wouldn't consider OOB or remote viewing psychic abilities, I think psychic abilities have more to do with reading someones mind or being able to use the pendelum accurately.

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    Quote Posted by EmEx (here)
    I think psychic abilities have more to do with reading someone's mind or being able to use the pendulum accurately.
    Well, it's a pretty loose term. It's often also called simply 'psi'. Off the top of my head, that can encompass
    • Telepathy
    • Precognition
    • Remote viewing (called 'clairvoyance' 50 years ago)
    • Telekinesis
    • Spontaneous non-physical healing of others.
    Other things like dowsing, 'psychic reading', communication with discarnate entities, one's own subjective past-life recall, etc, may be subsets of those. (Sort of!)

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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    IMO the thing with psychics VS debunkers is "will" wins out, very often we have seen examples of very ordinary uneducated psychics being debunked by far cleverer & far more educated "debunkers" (or so called "skeptics") or even people playing it both ways like (imo) Derren Brown, who I suspect is highly psychic but plays the genius & science card to "debunk" weaker psychics.

    What I mean is it's like the double slit experiment, only the strongest will decides how things manifest in a group, so if you put a weak willed psychic in a situation with a stronger willed "skeptic", the skeptics will wins out & that "reality" is the one that manifests or is confirmed.


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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Ingo Swann The Man Who
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    Default Re: The Paranormal Code: Why Psychics Aren't Real, & Wilcock's Brakes?

    Remote viewing has been around for thousands of years... In the Vedas of ancient India you will find references to 'seers', also called rishes, sages, etc...


    Khurshed Batliwala's classroom lecture (below), as he has some interesting things to say regarding some things that the ancient rishis had discovered through the meditative process - the basis of science being spirituality. This, of course, flys in the face of the scientific method, which had denied in the past that something like consciousness exists, due to the lack of material evidence. Quantum physics is now in the process of catching up with the ancients.

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