(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Remote viewing is a method of gaining information about a target, using a viewers mind and intention. It is a type of psi ability, which is regarded by the mainstream as unreliable. But if you examine the information provided by adept remote viewers, it becomes clear that it is most definitely a valid form of information gathering. What’s more, the CIA spent considerable funds and energy researching this technique via the Star Gate Project—which some claim “went black” after it was declassified in 1995. In the following video, a team of remote viewers investigates Corey Goode and the Blue Avian extraterrestrials, particularly one named Raw-Teir-Eir.
As some of you likely know, I’ve been following Goode’s work since he went public in late 2014. His material is controversial, to say the least.
Goode claims that a highly advanced extraterrestrial species has been interacting with the earth, in one way or another, for thousands of years—which is obviously highly controversial. Now include time travel and age regression technology, secret space programs, ancient breakaway civilizations, spiritual rapture events and extraterrestrial messages, and it’s almost impossible for some people to believe. But this seeming unbelievability is itself a type of logical fallacy.
From an analysis and discernment point of view, it is wrong to conclude a piece of information is untrue simply because it seems unbelievable. This is called the personal incredulity fallacy. I would argue it’s one of the most common logical fallacies, which I think is an understandable response, given the way we’re taught to evaluate information in today’s world.
The fact is, educational institutions do not properly teach critical thinking and discernment. Most people don’t learn about philosophy and the branch of it that deals with discernment, known as epistemology. As a result, logical fallacies prevent people from evaluating information properly, resorting to emotional bias (rejection due to feelings), personal incredulity fallacies, and straw man arguments.
The latter fallacy, a straw man argument, is when a person either gets a partial impression or completely misunderstands a claim, and they respond to their misinterpretation as if that is what is stated. All of these fallacies, and many more, result in rejection or acceptance of a claim in an incorrect way, which leads to the formation of false or inaccurate knowledge. And since knowledge is the personal map that we use to navigate the world, false knowledge can be crippling for people trying to make sense of emergent or new things, like seemingly unbelievable claims.
What makes a statement, claim, or argument valid is that it accurately represents reality.
If I tell you the sky is clear and you investigate the claim by looking at the sky, you can determine that the claim is true because the sky is actually clear.
What’s challenging is when we can’t investigate a claim through empirical study. But in these cases, we can’t reject a claim as untrue simply because it’s hard to investigate, to do so would be to invoke another logical fallacy.
For example, if you tell me you dreamed about a flying car last night, it’s not possible for me to investigate via observation of your dream. But that doesn’t mean your lying or that your claim isn’t true.
Instances where claims can’t be evaluated requires us to place the claim in the unverifiable category—that it could or couldn’t be true, we just aren’t certain.
Now what’s intersting is that we don’t necessarily need to know if something is true or not to benefit from thinking about it.
Consider works of fiction as an example.
A moral to a fictional story has value, even if the narrative that was used to transmit it isn’t factually true. Thus, even if we can’t investigate a claim to see if it is true we can still contemplate it, which results in the formation of new ideas that might be valuable. Of course, all of this requires proper discernment founded on exercising the logical mind.
The fact that a lot of people don’t believe claims because of popular opinion (incredulity due to presumed common sense) or reject it because it makes you feel bad (rejection due to negative emotion) doesn’t have any material bearing on a claims validity.
In short, your feelings about a claim have nothing, whatsoever, to do with whether or not it is true. That being said, our instincts can point us in the right direction.
Similarly, popular opinion about a claim might be valid or completely wrong but only critical thinking and proper discernment actually prove or disprove if something is true.
Consider the Wright Brothers insofar as public opinion, who are credited with inventing aeronautic technology, the wing shape; they invented the airplane. At the time, engineers thought it was too incredible, too unbelievable—nonsense—that the shape of a wing could impart lift in a strong enough fashion to raise a heavy object off the ground. But the Wright Brothers were proven correct. And now everyone on earth recognizes that planes and aeronautics are real. Clearly, popular opinion, blind belief in expert opinion, was wrong in this case.
But what does remote viewing say about the plausibility of a claim? What does it say about Corey Goode and the claims he presents?
Due to the fact that remote viewers see things in their mind and then transmit them to the world as a claim, a kind of witnessing at a distance, some say they can’t be trusted. After all, human beings can make mistakes, they can lie, they have biases, and this seemingly makes remote viewing data untenable. But this response to the potential of corruption of remote viewers is also fallacious. Just because a person can misrepresent a viewed object doesn’t mean they will, nor does it mean the entire agency of remote viewing is completely dismissible.
If a remote viewer describes something, and that thing they describe can be observed, then there is enough data to evaluate if the information witnessed by the viewer is valid. Similar to a physical witnessing event, we can assess the veracity of what is presented as eye-witness testimony. Insofar as proof, remote viewing doesn’t prove that Goode’s claims are valid, but it does provide more data for contemplation.
As was mentioned earlier, it’s in the contemplation that real benefits of discernment can be acquired. Discernment can tell us if something is true, untrue, or unverifiable, but it doesn’t tell us much about what something means. That requires philosophy and exploring meanings, something everyone has the built in capacity for.
What I found intriguing about the video is that the presenter offers an excellent overview of what remote viewing is, their personal experience of investigating Goode’s claims, and an unbiased testimony related to Teir-Eir. I say unbiased because the team of viewers in question had no idea who Goode was, what he speaks about, or who Teir-Eir is, yet they still provided a report that was congruent with Goode’s material. This in and of itself suggests remote viewing is a valid form of investigation.
I also found it interesting that the viewers described a being, Teir-Eir, who is a kind of guardian for the earth. Even though some might find Teir-Eir’s take on human beings as somewhat negative or offensive, it’s a valid perspective. The viewers asserted that Teir-Eir considers itself as superior to the life on the earth, and they are using Goode for some purpose that he finds somewhat uncomfortable. This description is similar to what a parent does in relation to raising a child.
Arguably, a parent needs to prepare their child for the world, and properly recognize the value of sharing information that would give their child wisdom. Sometimes, this wisdom is hard to process, because life is challenging. In other words, a parent knows that their knowledge an competence is superior to their child, hence they share wisdom.
I think contemplating the information presented by the remote viewers is a worthy exercise. It can teach us critical thinking along with highlighting our personal reactions. You can better understand how you discern information so you can improve this invaluable skill.
Ultimately, Goode’s claims remain unverified, yet the message coming through them has merit and, I would argue, value insofar as improving life on earth.
by Brett Stuart, April 11th, 2018
Remote Viewing Blue Avians & the Secret Space Program in Corey Goode and David Wilcock’s Disclosure
Who is Corey Goode?
(Excerpt from SphereBeingAlliance.com)
Identified as an intuitive empath (IE), Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. (MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs.) Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87. Toward the end of his time at MILAB he was assigned to fill an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a “human-type” ET SuperFederation Council.
Goode continues his IE work now and remains in direct physical contact with the Blue Avians (of the Sphere Being Alliance) who have chosen him as a delegate to interface with multiple ET Federations and Councils on their behalf, liaison with the SSPAlliance Council, and deliver important messages to humanity.
Hear Corey Goode’s Wife’s Testimony:
Join Teresa Yanaros in this Divine Frequency exclusive interview of Stacy Goode, wife of secret space program insider Corey Goode. Stacy describes how her and Corey met, and takes us through her journey of learning the truth about her husband’s involvement in the secret space program. This is Stacy’s first ever exclusive interview! The deep insights she provides are inspiring, and her perspective and positivity shines through as a beacon of light to women all around the world.
Frequently Asked Questions (from SphereBeingAlliance.com)
What is the best method of contacting the Sphere beings or Blue Avians to offer your service? Any special meditation? How can we form groups of likeminded people to work together?
Corey Goode’s Response:
This is the most important part of what the Blue Avians wanted me to pass along.
The best thing to do is to not look to outside sources or people as saviors. People keep misrepresenting what I am saying about the Sphere Alliance and saying that they are just more “Higher Dimensional Saviors” from a “Savior Model” when I have been extremely clear they are not. Their message was presented for a reason. It is a simple yet not easy path to follow (That is the backbone of many faiths). We can change the world one person at a time, that one person being ourselves. That is not the answer most people want to hear. Most people want a savior in the form of ET’s or ED’s to fly down from the clouds and wipe out all negativity from our reality when this was a learning environment designed for us to evolve in and to karmically grow and resolve our own issues. We have had the power from the beginning to resolve these issues. We have the true power of Co-Creative Consciousness that the Elite has used against us as the basis of their Black Magic. If we reclaim that power we could reclaim our freedom and change our reality to a positive one very quickly. This is being learned by more and more people who are being awakened every day. At some point we will hit critical mass and along with the vibrational changes our Sol System is going through and the Consciousness Awakening we will solve these problems ourselves. I am adding the “Blue Avian Message” once again below that also warns against hero/guru worship. We are the problem and we are the solution to the world’s problems. We just need to make the painful inward changes and the rest will be taken care of by a fully awakened and conscious humanity.
Learn About Brett’s Remote Viewing Course:
- Remote Viewing theory and a workable model of human consciousness
- How to clear the signal-line of mental noise to tap into your intuition
- Access information about non-local targets with ideogram techniques
- Explore key site aspects and produce archetypal renditions distant sites
- Harness the power of “Thought Catching” to assemble RV descriptions
- Continue developing your skill after the class with customized tools
About The Author
Brett Stuart has spent over 10 years investigating various forms of meditative practices and perceptual techniques. Previously only available to close friends and contacts, he is now offering private consultations to the public. With a team of viewers, we are able to shift our minds into a highly attentive and observant state known as thought-catching. This altered state of consciousness acts as a gateway for accessing deep intuition not only for ourselves, but also for others. Information obtained from a TI session can be applied to any area in life – from health to wealth and relationships.
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