thanks, noozguru, I looked them all up. A bit mind boggling actually. Except in the obvious way of content, and only if you can do so without spilling any sacred secret beans, how would you say these "sympathetic vibrations" methods are different than the TMSP?
Thanks too for kapha mantra. Any good one for pitta? Happy Cinco de Mayo! ________________________________ From: Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, May 5, 2013 2:46 PM Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Remote Viewing and Quantum Science On 05/05/2013 10:31 AM, Share Long wrote: > noozguru are you saying that these tantric kinds of remote viewing you list > below would be inaccessible if the intention for using them was to ultimately > cause harm? Yes, maran means "kill" and supposedly you can kill someone with that siddhi. It is primarily taught so you can protect someone who has been the target of such a spell. According to those stories about the ferry captain delaying leaving port until MMY's car arrived, that would be stambhan which means "stun". For the military to get these to work would have required them to be initiated into tantra. Perhaps after that they might be able to distill how these work but I'll just say they work via "sympathetic vibration." We're all capable of radiating vibrations just like a radio transmitter but for most people it would be extremely low wattage. Meditation would increase that wattage. And of course we're all capable of receiving these vibrations. They are at a very low frequency and probably there has little if any research into though I think Dr. Russell Targ did some work in the area. > > > I have experienced the tantric kind of remote viewing and we also have > other "remote" kinds of things such as maran, vashikaran, uchattan, > stambhan and videshan. The military studied these things but probably > that was a bad environment to get it right. > > Thank you for info about ram mantra for vata vitiation. Not that I'd ever > need it ha ha. Try the hum mantra when kapha is high. > > About infections, I horrify my Mom because I don't use sanitizing wipes at > the grocery store, etc. I tell her I think it's good to be exposed to a few > germs here and there if only to keep my immune system strong. I don't use them either. After all I'm going to be washing the produce anyway. You immune system like your muscles need exercise to stay in shape.\ > > Do they even sell dashboard cameras in the US? At your favorite place, I > think it's Fry's? Google dashboard cameras and there's a review site for them. You can get a good one for under $100. Searching on Fry's didn't turn up anything and I think most the sites I found were importers of Russian made units. > > > > ________________________________ > From: Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net> > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > Sent: Saturday, May 4, 2013 2:27 PM > Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Remote Viewing and Quantum Science > > > > > On 05/03/2013 11:52 PM, salyavin808 wrote: >> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "John" <jr_esq@...> wrote: >>> A scientist explains in this short clip. >>> >>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm5L8z34sNg >>> >> I'm fairly sure that remote viewing isn't a science. If it was >> it would work and the US government wouldn't have taken 10 years >> to find Bin Laden, for instance. >> >> They probably wouldn't have abandoned their RV project when they realised it >> didn't work either. >> >> So there wasn't any need to watch to another crap quantum bollocks >> youtube video. If there is no signal there is no need to invent an >> explanation for one. > Supposedly they found Bin Laden and he was killed in the battle of Tora > Bora but not enough remained to claim the kill. So they used him as a > Bogey Man to keep Americans in fear making all kinds of money for the > military industrial complex. Since he has worn out his welcome (IOW, > the public was catching on) they staged a bogus assassination a couple > years ago. > > I have experienced the tantric kind of remote viewing and we also have > other "remote" kinds of things such as maran, vashikaran, uchattan, > stambhan and videshan. The military studied these things but probably > that was a bad environment to get it right. > > >