THE SCIENCE OF REMOTE VIEWING: Essi Tolling interviews Courtney Brown, Ph.D., Director of The Farsight Institute

Guest writer, Essi Tolling, interviews an expert in Remote Viewing, Dr Courtney Brown, so that he can explain the latest advances in Remote Viewing practices and discuss why the breakthroughs in Remote Viewing are significant to our progress on the planet.

Dr Courtney Brown heads up The Farsight Institute, a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to understanding the remote-viewing phenomenon itself through the process of scientific experimentation.

Remote-viewing procedures were originally developed in laboratories funded by the United States military and intelligence services and used for espionage purposes.

The scientific understanding of the remote-viewing phenomenon has greatly advanced over the past 15 years, and much of the research done at The Farsight Institute blends the theory of quantum mechanics with interpretations of experimental remote-viewing data. This has lead to new insights into the nature of time and physical reality.

For example, new research indicates that alternate futures actually do exist, and that the past exists simultaneously with the present. Dr Brown will elaborate further on these concepts in this interview.

In 2008 The Farsight Institute conducted a study on 2012 to look at climate and planetary change between the years 2008 and 2013. The initial results appear dramatic on a global scale, and their research does indeed suggest that major global change is a possibility between now and 2013. An overview of this study can be found at the end of this article and the full report here.

Essi Tolling: How does Remote Viewing actually work?

Dr Courtney Brown: Remote viewing is a mental ability to accurately perceive a place or event at any point in time or space. Normally only highly trained individuals can do this consistently and well. Also, experiments using remote viewing need to be exceptionally well designed in order to work well.

Among those people who are aware of the remote-viewing phenomenon, its reality is not in doubt. This excludes a lot of mainstream scientists, but that is a generational lag problem. They will eventually be replaced by younger scientists who are not so resistant to these new ideas.

As for how remote viewing actually works, the more interesting question is how the physical world actually works. That is, we understand the remote-viewing phenomenon more than we understand the macro world of daily living.

Remote viewing is a natural consequence of superposition formation on the quantum level. That means that everything in the universe is based on a set of frequencies. There is no such thing as solid matter. Physicists have never found a solid, billiard ball type of solid thing. Everything just gets broken down into smaller things, and those smaller things are just frequencies of energy, waves. What happens is that a bunch of waves come together, and when they do, they form a superposition, which is a different type of wave thing.

Imagine a snake that has eaten a rat, and there is a bulge in the snake. Well, that bulge is like a superposition on the quantum level. That is a particle. So a particle is just a bunch of waves that are grouped together to form a superposition.

Well, you and I are vast and complex superposition ensembles. So it is rather easy to see how the quantum world builds up into physical things. But it is much harder to figure out why all of these physical things look so solid when in fact they are not.

Remote viewing works on the principle of observing superposition ensembles. Since superposition ensembles are simply collections of frequencies, they have their own harmonics. On the quantum level, nothing actually manifests unless it is observed, and this requires that the observer match the superposition’s frequency harmonics in order to see it. Otherwise the superposition is out of phase or invisible to the observer.

A short overview on Superposition from What the bleep

So remote viewing works by having the remote viewer “tune” his or her mind to a set of frequencies that constitute the superposition signature of the target, where the target is the thing that the remote viewer is supposed to perceive. This is done quite naturally, but to do it well requires extensive training and a proper experimental design.

Essi Tolling: The idea of multiple universes and multiple timelines sounds very far fetched. Does this have any basis in current scientific thinking?

Dr Courtney Brown: Yes. If everything in the universe is based on frequencies and not solid matter, then multiple universes could coexist and not bump into one another. Each one would be out of phase from the others.

This is the same principle behind why a radio station does not bump into another radio station as long as they use different frequencies. They are still transmitting through the same space and being picked up by the same radio, but they are separate.

A remote viewer is sort of like a radio, in that the viewer is tuning into a set of frequencies that define a target. Once the frequencies are the same — the target’s and those in the mind of the viewer — then the viewer’s perceiving mind is literally with the target, and observation becomes possible.

This is also why we can remote view the past and the future. We don’t normally see the past, since it is in the past, but we can remote view it. Thus, the past still exists or we could not perceive it when remote viewing. But we do not physically bump into the past, obviously. The past is out of phase from the present, as is the future.

This also explains why there can be multiple futures branching out of the “now,” and even multiple pasts. This is how you get multiple timelines, and we can have a past in which all the major wars of the 20th Century did not happen, and a past in which World War II ended with nuclear destruction.

All possible pasts and all possible futures can happen and not bump into one another. Obviously most mainstream scientists are yet to connect the dots between the quantum world and the macro world, and most scientists simply posit that there are two separate sets of rules for each, with a line of decoherence that separates the two worlds. But this is obviously unsupportable in the end. The entire macro world is based on the quantum world, so the idea that you can have two sets of rules for each that are separated by an intellectual line that is posited without explanation will have to fall.

Again, we will have to wait until most mainstream scientists are replaced by a younger generation of more flexible thinkers before this is taught in schools. Meanwhile, there is no reason for the truly intellectually curious not to put two and two together.

A short overview on Parallel Universes  from BBC Horizon


Essi Tolling: The 2012 Climate Project produced very interesting results. The initial study allowed for two timelines but of course there are an infinite number. Thus what you are proposing is that something does happen in 2012, but how it will affect us seems to depend entirely on the collective mindset of the global populations. Do you feel there has been any change since 2008 when the study was conducted that is not necessarily in either of the timelines studied but which could now lead to a softer landing?

Dr Courtney Brown: Since there is the possibility of an infinite number of futures, each one of which is equally real, then the real question in terms of prediction focuses on the spatial width of future events.

Inconsequential future events, such as what color shirt one wears, have narrow spatial widths. Very few timelines are affected by those events, so predicting those events is very difficult.

But more significant events have larger spatial widths that affect a great many timelines. Predicting those events is easier. It is like aiming a gun at a distant leaf versus the side of a barn. The leaf is harder to hit than the barn. Current thinking is that whatever happens after 2012 is more like the barn than the leaf. It has a huge spatial width that affects a large swath of probable futures.

Nothing has changed between 2008 and now that causes me to think that we might miss the post-2012 barn. The major governments and the well-connected wealthy seem to be pulling out all the stops to prepare for the post-2012 world, so all that money and preparation seems to be telling.

Essi Tolling: In timeline 2 the criteria for change are that people come to accept:  (1) the reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon, and (2) the existence of life not originating from Earth. Why do you think these beliefs would change the timeline?

Dr Courtney Brown: If mainstream science acknowledged that remote viewing is real and that extraterrestrial life is real, then there would be an immediate revolution in thought on this planet.

This revolution in thought would change how people viewed the post-2012 experience, and how they act cooperatively. I don’t think the causative events of the post-2012 world will change, but people’s response to those events would certainly change. This would have a huge impact on the evolution of our world, an impact that would be very much for the better.

Right now, the powers-that-be in the Western world are hunkering down, trying to ensure their own future while expecting the masses to suffer whatever happens. That is why they are pulling all of the money out of the Western economies. They know a collapse of the global economies is coming. Even mainstream economists can see this happening.

China and Russia are acting differently, of course. Both countries have historically placed a high value on protecting the bulk of their populations, not the wealth of the elite. They see their future national well being in terms of the survival of their populations.

For example, Russia is building 5,000 new nuclear bomb shelters in Moscow alone in a crash program that is to be finished this year. Now, they have no nuclear enemies, so you may wonder why they are doing this with a crash program. They have also built their subway system much deeper than required so that it also can serve as a sheltering system. China is similarly using a crash program in subway construction to serve as a protection network underneath all of its major cities. China’s program is also supposed to be mostly finished this year, and it involves up to 200 miles per year of subways under each of its major cities. This far outweighs any transportation needs that are required in the near future for China.

We cannot do that in the U.S. For example, New York City has spent huge sums and taken many years in order to try to build a one-mile extension of their subway system.

There are intractable land use and taxpayer issues in the U.S. The Western elites use this as the excuse to rationalize their policies, which is why they have built all of our sheltering systems in the inhospitable areas of the southwest and northwest as well as in the Svalbard Islands of Norway, places where the masses have no easy access.

The Svalbard Islands is also where the Global Seed Vault is located, which as you know is a nuclear bomb proof facility that is just now being fully stocked and sealed. No one is expecting a nuclear bomb attack, obviously. But if there was a widespread recognition of the reality of remote viewing and extraterrestrial life, then this house of cards would collapse early, and the elites fear they would prematurely lose control over the masses.

They are obviously expecting to lose control anyway, which explains their economic behaviors. They just don’t want to lose control too soon.

Essi Tolling: Do you have reasons to believe in the existence of life not originating from Earth?  And if so could you elaborate on this?

Dr Courtney Brown: Yes. This is obvious to anyone with a flexible mind. I have written about this extensively in some of my books. But the information regarding this is so tightly controlled by the elite in government and business, it is almost useless for me to talk more about it now.

The primary mechanism of control is ridicule, and both the scientific and popular masses are kept under control through fear of being ridiculed. You have no idea how strong the pressure of fear can be until you know what is real and see how blind the masses keep themselves.

Don’t blame it on the elites. It is a two-way street. The masses agree to their own repression. But the masses are changing with time, and we are approaching a critical mass in which the old mechanisms of control will not work.

This is when humanity shifts from being a species with a negative orientation to one with a more positive orientation. That is the time period in which we live, the time of the shift. It is a very exciting time to be alive!

Essi Tolling: Is there any demonstration planned with a more immediate outcome which could help people to see more clearly that Remote Viewing works?

Dr Courtney Brown: Yes. I have an independent remote-viewing project that will be published in February and there is another project that will come out in the next few months also, and that is equally startling, but I am not yet at liberty to talk about that one. Trust me; you will hear about it!

Essi Tolling: Is there anything else you would like to add?

Dr Courtney Brown: Stay tuned! More is on the way!!

Essi Tolling: Thank you Courtney for taking the time to do this interview.

Dr Courtney Brown, Ph.D., is Director of The Farsight Institute, a nonprofit research and educational institution dedicated to the study of a phenomenon known as “remote viewing.” www.farsight.org     www.courtneybrown.com

Essi Tolling is the author of Watchers, Book One in the Tilly Greenway and the Secrets of the Ancient Keys epic fantasy series.  www.essitolling.com

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The 2008-2013 Climate Change Study

For the purposes of this study viewers were tasked to look at two timelines:

Timeline A: 1 June 2013, 12 noon target local time, following the timeline in which the leadership of the mainstream global scientific establishment continues to ignore or deny (1) the reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon, and (2) the existence of life not originating from Earth.

Timeline B: 1 June 2013, 12 noon target local time, following the timeline in which by the end of 2009 leaders of the mainstream global scientific establishment publicly recognize (1) the reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon, and (2) the existence of life not originating from Earth.

The viewers focused on nine geographical locations with a global spread. The locations were:

•  Vaitupu, Tuvalu,
•  Fort Jesus, Mombasa Kenya,
•  Sydney Opera House, Sydney,  Australia,
•  Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania,
•  United States Congress Building, Washington, D.C.,
• Malé International Airport, Maldives,
•  KITV Building, Honolulu, Hawaii,
•  Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island, Florida,
•  Key West, Florida

Initial findings suggest  the following types of physical changes across many of the above geographical
locations by mid-2013:

• Impacts from what appear to be large meteors leading to tsunamis and possible volcanism
• Extensive and forceful flooding of coastal areas
• Excessive solar radiation
• Storms and other severe weather

In terms of the effects of these changes on humans, these data also suggest:

• Massive self-organized relocation from coastal areas (refugees)
• The breakdown of rescue or other notable governmental functioning
• The breakdown of the food supply system
• The breakdown of the vehicular transport system
• Extensive loss of buildings near coasts

However there was a difference in results between the two timelines. The data suggested that the impact of planetary change is less severe for Timeline B as compared with Timeline A. This suggests that having the mainstream scientific community openly acknowledge the reality of remote viewing and life (even microbial) not originating on Earth may help ameliorate the impact of severe planetary change, perhaps by giving people a greater chance to prepare for the changes.

3 thoughts on “THE SCIENCE OF REMOTE VIEWING: Essi Tolling interviews Courtney Brown, Ph.D., Director of The Farsight Institute”

  1. Excellent article! Remote viewing has been around for ages going back to biblical times. It was just “termed” differently as in “visions and prophecies.” I look forward to reading your book.

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