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Remote Viewing Results on Ancient Civilizations

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 8:17
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http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2702754/pg1

This is by far the best thread I have ever seen on Goldlikeproductions.com – 11 pages and counting.

You will not be disappointed.

 

It claims to offer remote viewing results (from a European? group allegedly willing to describe results within certain parameters) on history and ancient civilizations going back extremely far.

 

Many Q&A on ancient technology, artifacts, beliefs, Atlantis, Egypt, pre-ice-age wars, cataclysms, pole shifts, moon bases, government suppression of true knowledge – all sorts of topics.

 

True or not, whoever is answering questions does so quickly, authoritatively, and impressively.

 

— contributed on November 25, 2014  by David Montaigne

author of End Times and 2019  and  Antichrist 2016-2019

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  • James - Divine Love Spirituality

    So David, what are your thoughts and feelings about the information these guys are putting forward and the manner in which they are doing it?

  • David Montaigne

    I went back several days later and the thread was over 100 pages of posts. It took me until now to read it all. I posted a few questions, none of which were answered. Some questions were answered in a way I did not find credible. Around page 116 the OP says they will answer questions for another week, then ten minutes later completely changes tone and says it was all a prank disbelieve everything I said.

    There were issue with the OP’s login ID not showing up the same shortly before this happened. Was it a hoax all along that one person put countless hours into then suddenly got bored with? Or were the initial 100+ pages legitimate, then interfered with and shut down and discredited by others?

    After reading it all, I suspect the whole thing was a hoax, but it was well done, and entertained about 250,000 viewers, including several like me who (eventually) read all of it. If just a hoax by one man, he should do more creative writing – he could be the next Dan Simmons! Intriguing “answers” were given authoritatively, and many interesting questions were asked. It could have been very useful for someone trying to gather insights from the perspective of a writer or a government agency.

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