Sorry if I'm starting to spam the forum.
So another thing I want to factor in is Carol Rosin's warning. Essentially saying that the "war of the worlds" is supposed to be fake / false flag. Especially one staged like "the proud Americans vs evil ets" - used by oil conglomerates to dig deeper into their global control. And the threat to us is that the real ets are actually basically all benevolent, or at least not of direct threat, but if we keep giving into space-based weaponry they will discipline us quite severely.
I realize that the Farsight position likely is and probably always will be: "if you have doubts, you need to just RV and find out for yourself" - so I accept that position.
I guess what I'm asking is: what's the ideal tactful response from Farsight? Is it pretty much just that? "RV and find out". I know that some of Farsight aligns similarly with David Icke but some of what he says is pretty out there, and I mean even more than satanic invading reptilians out there. I'm glad I can at least eliminate a lot of channelers from my mind because I agree they just don't make sense to me nomatter what angle I take.
I always felt that Carol Rosin and a lot of the disclosure group (isn't that what they called themselves?) did make a lot of sense to me, until Farsight added a whole new dimension for me to think about. I really am sad that these organizations cannot coalesce. That includes all the other RVers that splintered off. Could you imagine how much more powerful this movement would be if you had all the others like David Wilcox directly on board? Are they also misinformants? Or just behind the curve?
It's confusing, but I still think we should at the very least be actively pushing for answers. That's enough from me.
Yes, would it be possible to congregate different groups of remote viewers into some sort of joint venture? That could be a powerful for good! Has it been attempted?