[VWR]-Digest: V2 #91
Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 15:06:23 EDT
From: Dragnwng69 <Dragnwng69@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Does Sexual Energy Enhance Psi?
In a message dated 5/3/1998
9:52:10 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< Gurdjieff and Ouspensky felt that ideas about holding and
using sexual energy for creativity, consciousness expansion, etc.
were misplaced. Each center of consciousness (i.e., emotional,
intellectual, etc) has its own unique function and sourcing.
Repressing sexual energy will not add anything to another center's
energy levels. >>
Interestingly enough.. I have found that sex shortly before a session
helps to zonk me a bit and I do well on the target cause I am so
relaxed.... I ERV BTW....
I would think that at least in my case, if I was all worked up and
feeling randy due to lack of sex for awhile I would probably have
MORE trouble tuning in to that signal line....
Date: Sun, 3 May 1998 15:26:17
From: "Craig Hogan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Target Sites
>Moderator's Note: Craig, have
you overlooked the target area on
>Firedocs, the web site that supports this email group?
Thanks. No, I didn't know about your site. That's exactly what I'm
interested in, and it looks superb.
Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 16:18:13 EDT
From: FennFenn <FennFenn@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Shamans & RV/Monika's exp./entities etc.
Bevy J writes:
<< It would be even more distressing to have it pegged back into the
morass of spiritualism and astral-entity categories which have kept
responsible scientists from daring to explore its possibilities for
decades. We have worked too hard for respectability and rationality
to have this happen. >>
You might want to avoid watching this week's episode of Psi Factor,
when they "call in the Remote Viewer". It will make you sick.
Date: Wed, 06 May 1998 22:13:14
From: "Paul H. Smith" <email@example.com>
Subject: [VWR] Website (aGAIN!?)
Here it is--yet ANOTHer shameless commercial for my website. For
those who might not already be aware--PJ's Paradigm-Sys (i.e., Lu
[that's my husband -- PJ]) has added some sample sessions to my
webpage. As I explain in the introduction to them, they are actual
sessions worked under actual conditions against actual targets!
These are meant to be strongly representative of various levels of
CRV training, so as they say on infomercials "your results may vary."
In other words, don't get discouraged if your sessions aren't always
this good (theirs aren't either!), and if yours are better, rejoice!
Anyway, everyone's invited to take a look.
Also added is my CV, a photo of me (not a new one--one when I was
thinner), and an additional article in the "religious interest"
section--plus all the previously attached articles are now
reattached, with new introductions to the sections they're in. All
that remains is the RV Philosophy section, which I will finish after
finals are over, I promise! (Oh, and I may add a current photo of
myself--if I can find one I like...)
Date: Sun, 03 May 1998 19:09:52
From: "Thomas E. Carey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Silva on RV
At 10:22 PM 4/28/98 BST-1, Dan
>This is par for the course, really. Winston Churchill was extremely
>open-minded about these matters and when during WW2 a dowser
>presented him with a list of that night's locations of all British
>submarines, sent it on to the First Lord of the Admiralty with a
>demand for an immediate answer.
Kenneth Roberts wrote a very interesting book in 1951 ("Henry Gross
and His Dowsing Rod") about a friend of his, a Maine game warden who
could dowse from a map as well as on the ground. Gross, working from
his home in Maine, was able to distinguish freshwater well sites in
the Arizona desert only a stone's throw from existing brackish
wells. (The book is only available now in used condition.)
I can understand why the petroleum geologists were not enthusiastic
"Consciousness is a singular of which the plural is unknown."
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 12:43:22 EDT
From: Curran2106 <Curran2106@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Flexible Ingo?
In a message dated 98-05-03
20:34:57 EDT, you write:
<< "Boy, that Gene and Liam are sure flexible, open minded, and
take criticism so well. I bet they are Irish." In fact if Gene and
I were any more flexible we would be flaccid. >>
Agree with the perception of my "learned" colleaque on the inflexibiliyt of
Mr. Ingo Swann and his creation - CRV...While I do not boast of an association
with Mr. Swann, I was the hapless recipient of his creations when they came to
me as a Monitor carrying with them the same ingrained inflexibility.
As to me being able to take criticsm and the comments on being "flaccid"..now
I am a bit taken by that particular word..."Flaccid"...Tis a fine word coming
from you Liam...you who consciously chose to live in a former House of Ill
Repute in Holland, repleat with red velvet wallpaper and large round leather
sofas in the "greeting" room...Do youse not tink maybe there might have been
just smallest wee bit of a hint of a hope that the word "flaccid" would not
enter your life in the company of so many previous energies as was found by
the previous tenants and customers...
Warmest regards and of Course Slainte
Date: Sun, 03 May 1998 18:43:41
From: "Thomas E. Carey" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Shamans & RV (Drugs...)
At 08:39 PM 5/2/98 -0400, David
>First thing to note is that almost none of the psychoactives
>are physiologically addictive.
Standing slightly aside from the pillow fight, as is my disingenuous
wont, I'll simply note that there are modes of addiction other than
the physiological. I've known (and broken) the physiol. brand
(quitting cigarettes in 1956, cold turkey on 3 packs a day after 13
years of it). I've also experienced the psychological version of
addiction, to one thing or another. Psychological addictions,
especially to pleasureable, _more_especially to non-ordinary
experience, can be even harder to break than their physiological
parallels. Terence McKenna, whose wit and eloquence I admire, seems
to exemplify the point.
That said, current government policy criminalizing most psychoactives
seems completely bizarre. As David points out.
Compare the yearly incidence of death this country, directly caused
by tobacco and alcohol, both permitted by law, to that from Schedule
"If society were rational, men, not women, would be riding sidesaddle." (Anon.)
Moderator's Note: My father once gave me a little speech about how
proud he was of me that I'd always been so straight. I had to
honestly reply that was mostly because none of my friends could
afford any drugs truly worth taking. <g> -- PJ
Date: Sun, 3 May 1998 13:32:49 EDT
From: Tigrldy823 <Tigrldy823@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR]-Digest: V2 #82
<<up a "simple RV test" over the internet is filled with >>
I just wanted to let you guys know.. that I recently
read a book entitled.. "Alien Agenda".. by Jim Marrs.. and in
..chapter 11.. this author makes mention of remote viewing. He
actually goes quite indepth with it.. I thought I would mention this,
for some in this group who may want to follow up on this subject. I
hope this information was writtne and passed on this book, with your
permission. It mentions you, Lynn, Mel , and others that were
involved in remote viewing. For me,I just like to read everything I
can my ands on all subjects, in this area.. PSI, etc. etc.. I hope
all is well with you and yours.. take care... have a good one today
Moderator's Note: Jim actually sent me the cash to go buy his book.
Pretty nice, eh. I promised him I'd review the RV part in detail on
my Firedocs web site. And someday when I get the book, I will. ;-(
In person he's a talkative, energetic, very straight forward kinda
guy, a walking encyclopedia on nearly everything. You can find his
book "Alien Agenda" -- written for the general public, not
necessarily for people into UFOlogy -- in most bookstores. -- PJ
Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 00:48:55
From: "John Krimes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Innate RV Ability
>>If someone's a psychic brick, training will teach them to be
>>comfortable with whatever they have (are comfortable manifesting).
" Are comfrotable manifesting," I beliveve that says it all. We
all have the ability to be as good as anyone, if we can believe so
for nessary moment of time.
Just a thought
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