Have you ever been to Taos, and have you heard the hum? The Taos Hum is reported to be a very low frequency rumbling that sounds like a distant engine
The term “remote viewing” is military-speak for our inherent ability to perceive non-locally. We can feel things across the galaxy or inside an electron, a million years ago or a
One area that we really like to dig into are the mysterious structures that are found here and there along the west coast of the United States… primarily California.
It seems our world just keeps getting stranger and stranger. From mysterious booms, to more and more mystery craft in the skies, to concerning animal die-offs and bizarre creature sightings.
This is a follow up (part 2) to the initial JC Brown Mystery and part of what we found in our investigation through Remote Viewing. If you haven’t yet, please
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
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.
The mystery of JC Brown is quite a fascinating one, and it’s one that we have been digging into with Remote Viewing recently. We also made a trip up to
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
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