Remote Viewing: Firedocs Blog
I opened a semi-personal blog adjunct to the Firedocs RV site (the most popular on the home domain; there are several) around Feb 2006. When I closed another blog (Dojo Blueblog) I moved my posts here for archival. As a result, some content ended up pre-dating its opening date.
It's Feb of 2008 and I've archived this Firedocs RV blog content over at the Red Cairo blog, as that's a personal blog that I won't be closing. Some of the posts here were temporal or trivial things. I've archived 72 posts that I thought had content worth bothering with (for my personal collection. Whether it's worth bothering with to anybody else is another story!).
In order to keep the entire collection in one place, I posted all the archives in early March 2008. So you can reach the collection of posts that used to be on this blog, over there at one address: http://redcairo.blogspot.com/2008_03_01_archive.html. Or:
In date order, here's a linked TOC of all the blog content that I moved from this site to the Red Cairo site.
Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection
I was introduced to Remote Viewing on Halloween of 1995. As of Nov 1 I was having intense email discussion with a former 'star gate' member, and in Dec, tired of emailing summaries to so many folks, I put a little basic info on a web page. We didn't have "domains" back then. My involvement online and offline grew. The site moved to my (ancient) webwork (Paradigm Design) home (paradigm-sys.com, later given to Dr. Charles Tart.) Finally it got its own firedocs.com domain. It's a "collection" domain--the home links to other websites I host free.
In July 1998 I posted an allegedly 'secret manual' (not secret anymore...), took about half the site offline, and left the field for four years. In Spring of 2002 I returned to 'online RV'. Updated a few things. Occasionally wrote something. Mostly ignored it. Later efforts (with others) began in Oct-'02, the TKR Project, its forum, and Dojo Psi's Free Remote Viewing site. It's Feb 2008 and I'm leaving online RV again (don't know for how long, likely years), and taking a lot of stuff offline. In part to simplify and clarify things; a virtual version of doing feng shui on your closets.
There is some valuable history (and mega-hours I invested) here. Remote Viewing's history has enough revision without me wiping out what little "un-edited history" actually remains. So here's what I'm leaving archived for historical and reference reasons. Some of it, I consider more harm than help to any legitimate understanding of Remote Viewing. This includes some stuff written by me way back. Oh well. History just is what it is.
* I'm including a few links here to things I've since moved elsewhere.