People might get annoyed with me for spamming this guy Brandon Joe Williams on the Farsight Institute. You might think what the hell does this have to do with Remote Viewing.
If everything Courtney Btrown says is true, especially with what Harvey is telling him, then we have to think seriously about this "free will" concept. The "good ETs" are convinced that they cannot free us from this planet currently, because we are not consenting to it. So what is it we're doing that is not giving our free will consent? Well the only way that it could be reasoned is if the "bad ETs" controlling us were operating a system to rationalize that we're doing things by our own free will.
Enter legalese. When you start to analyze the legalese, you start to see that there are insane clauses that just don't make sense unless the purpose was to make you think you're agreeing to one thing when you're actually agreeing to something completely different.
What Brandon is saying is we've completely misinterpreted Bills. Bills are short for Bills of Exchange. And Bills of Exchange are just queries for a checque. Basically saying: "what do you want to do with this?"
Let me ask you a silly question. Anybody reading this. Take out a bill. Online, in paper, anywhere. Show me any place in the Bill where there is a negative number. That is: A number with the little negative symbol preceding it. I bet you anything you won't find one. Funny. Is that just some customary thing about how they want to operate on bills? I bet you the other thing is you will not find *anywhere* a place describing these numbers as money. They might call it legal tender, or promisary notes, or promise to pay. Never money.
In order for them to claim the right to print promisary notes for whatever damn reason they want, is that they have to give *you* the authority to also print promisary notes for whatever reason you want. What throws you off is if you try to create your own "money" they stick you with fraud claims because they're very specific about what you call money and legal tender. So where do you "print" your own promisary notes? On bills. You pay with a credit card, you autograph it, and what you think is a receipt is actually a check you can cash.
I get it. It sounds stupid, it sounds preposterous. Just like the idea that someone can just all of a sudden be "psychic" and spy on people in foreign countries is stupid and preposterous .
Anyways, check it out. I'm now seeing people I personally know pulling it off.