PSYCHIC BREAKTHROUGH REMOTE VIEWING THE FUTURE! DARK JOURNALIST AND RUSSELL TARG
Visit http://www.DarkJournalist.com Psychic Breakthrough: In this special Part 2 in-depth interview with the Founder of Remote Viewing, Physicist Russell Targ from the Stanford Research Institute, Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt goes deep into the mysterious psychic process behind this incredible phenomenon and the startling results achieved of being able to actually see into the future in real time under controlled conditions during his innovative and classified experiments. Remote Viewing The Future! In Part 1 they covered the amazing high-level top secret cases his group of Psychic Spies solved for the National Security State. In this episode, Targ goes into great detail about the fascinating tools he uses for clarifying psychic visualization and for removing what he calls the ‘analytical overlay’ that can compel the remote viewer to confabulate the psychic image they are seeing by blending it with other stimuli based on personal memories and associations. He also explains ‘non-local consciousness’ that is not subject to space or time and encourages the viewers to connect with their innate intuitive abilities using methods he’s learned over five decades. In a spontaneous moment Targ requests that Dark Journalist perform a remote viewing on the spot to describe the object he is holding in his hand and the results are compelling! Third Eye Spies Documentary The interview covers a stunning range of interesting concepts, from ESP, Mind Control, The Akashic Records, Psychic Prediction, Deep Military Projects, Stargates, Dreams and Telepathic Experiments. They also show the new exclusive trailer from Targ’s upcoming documentary, ‘Third Eye Spies’, coming out later this year that recounts his amazing journey through the covert world of this clandestine CIA psychic program and that is set to blow a hole through the wall of official secrecy. Fascinating, startling, informative and transformational, this is the Dark Journalist episode you must see!