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So, I am thinking it would be interesting to remote view the future - 50 or 100 years from now. To see what evolves from the current trajectory. Now, I have no idea about targets as such or even the possibilities of alternate timelines interfering; but I am curious of the possibilities of a future view :-)
Swartz had a team RV the future out 50 -100 years (?). Then saw a smaller US because of land loss to warmer temps ---- Florida and other coastal areas were reduced in size. They also talked of a 'cashless society' ----- used a card with all key 'verification data and resources'. I can't remember much more.
Yes I saw that too. If I remember right they interviewed the RV'ers during the remote viewing (guided them with questions) and had accuracy regarding Aids as well. I sometimes wonder whether these kinds of info are drawn from the collective consciousness instead. Like the QHHT future progressions - are they pieced together from info we have stored in our subconscious from the many things we have read, heard and seen in our lives? Or is the information about future events allready here (assuming that everything is happening now as Bashar, among others, also mentions) and the Rv'ers are merely translators.
The RVers used to do Time Cross projects that viewed the events of an upcoming month. I remember seeing an accuracy rate as low as 75%, and as high as 90%. RVing 50 - 100 years forward could drop that accuracy and it would be difficult to verify the information viewed.
I'd be very interested to see this as well but it wouldn't have enough corroborating information as they usually have when viewing past events that lead up to current day events.
You are so right about the accuracy-percentage. I think that maybe if the target could somehow be constructed in a way where the focus was a specific place and then forward the date to see what it looks/feels like x years from now. Again my knowledge of constructing targets is minimal; but rv'ers seem to have the ability to read across vast space and time. I'd definately find it worth a try.