Courtney used the classical opposing forces of freedom vs control that mold our world and perhaps our galaxy, to design and run this RV experiment.
I was surprised by the negative similarities (fear, violence, other ugliness) that exist between our world and the two alien lands described by Farsight.
The 3-tier world of the controller subject could be earth in the middle ages, between 1900s-70s, or even today if we look at the economic disparities that divide our world.
Also, all three rvers described the freedom lover’s world as being assaulted from the air, and destroyed by a technologically superior invading force. Sounds very much like life on earth today and in the past.
As a result, the fear and trauma caused by the invaders pushed the freedom loving group into hiding and being sickly suspicious of everyone. A traumatic behavior displayed throughout our world today by several indigenous populations and war refugees.
In a nutshell, this rv work about our life in our plausible planets of origins shows that life conditions in those lands are fairly identical to life in earth prison planet.
And while this may sound a little bit depressing, we take consolation in saying that there is always hope!
And as always, the three rvers were great. This is shown by how they mutually corroborated and complemented their individual work in this blind study.
Yes, Farsight viewers are indeed the best of the best viewers out there.
I think after debating the death traps and the prison planet for almost 4 weeks, most forum members were probably looking and hoping for a little bit of good news with the Farsight Feb rv project.
Some good news would have been to find that life is/was better and safer in the “beautiful planets” where we lived before our incarnation here on earth.
But we did not get that in the current rv study, perhaps some good news will be coming in future studies.
The big question now is to figure out where we will be going after we successfully exit the prison planet.
Well, that’s a decision that each one of us has to make. For me the best option remains to reunite with our One Infinite Creator and go from there.
Now, I am wondering how helpful and practical would it have been for Courtney to use more than 2 possibilities based on various factors (ex. percentage of freedom of expression in various planets: 0%, 25%, 50% 75% and 100%)?
I’m not a viewer but I think that it would have been more challenging, more complex and more expensive to run this rv study with say, 5 possibilities. Then, are 5 possibilities good enough when you have to randomize a sample from a population of some 7.6 billion people? Not sure.
Let's remember that we are all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-encompassing Immortal Beings, and no matter what happens to us, at the end of the day we’re going to be fine.