Starfish by the millions have been dying off up and down the west coast of North America since 2013. Scientists are baffled by the wasting disease and are frantically trying to figure out what’s going on, much less find a solution to it. Because sea stars are considered a “keystone species” there is concern that if they go (largely) extinct then that is going to affect the whole ecology of the ocean. It’s like pulling bricks from the bottom of a building… let’s see how the building stays up.
In a super quick nutshell – it’s a way of gaining “non-local information” ;) Doesn’t tell you too much but it’s pretty accurate.
(Note – A book you will want to get on this subject and other mysteries around Mt. Shasta is – Mount Shasta’s Forgotten History and Legends by Dustin Naef – set to release Sept 30, but can be pre-ordered. I can attest that it is unlike any other book on the subject, with research no one to date has done)
This is the follow up to the other post on Remote Viewing the Tomales Point Rock Lines. If you have not read that one, then I suggest you do so before reading this one by clicking on the link above.
The field investigation involved 3 viewers on the project. Me, your writer, and two other remote viewers on the team.
In the early 1900’s there were hundreds of reports of giants (giant humans) being found across the whole United States. Farmers would dig up “Indian Mounds” and they would be full of giant bones; caves would be investigated and mummified remains of giants would be recovered, or they were found buried on the edges of lakes that receded. As the lakes dried up they would begin to poke out… Read More