Lifting Again

I am so thrilled to be back to weight training and lifting at an actual gym again! It’s been at least 15 years. After only three visits, I can tell muscle memory is kicking in.

Capture+_2018-05-20-21-57-47.pngI feel better, I sleep better, and I’m just starting to look better. Of all the body parts I’m looking to get back into shape, the part I’m most looking forward to what is called the Adonis Belt (or the iliopsoas muscles). This is the area below the waist, but above the groan. My chest is one of my best features and is easy to whip into shape. But a well developed Adonis Belt (along with a six pack), is just beautiful! 

It might take me the next three months of hard work, but I plan on looking like a Greek god again soon!

Site Changes

cropped-20180513_161806_hdr1.jpgWell here I am revamping my site. I’ve paid for all the bells and whistles with WordPress, but nothing has been able to drive business to my site. That is not entirely WordPress’ fault. The skill set I was trying to push here was Remote Viewing. Unfortunately RV is difficult for even folks interested in psychic phenomena to understand.

I also despise social media, which I feel has been invading people’s lives for the past ten years like a parasite. So rather than let social media take over my life, I’ve decided I’d just rather write.

I have made some of previous posts regarding mysticism visible again, as well as my personal spiritual encounters with my children and thoughts on the current state of morality in American society.

We’ll just see where it goes from here…

King Tut Was Not A Soldier

kingtutIn a recent story on FoxNews, archaeologists are speculating that King Tutankhamen was not weak and sickly as originally thought. Because of some armor found with him, some are claiming that he may been a soldier that died in battle.

I Remote Viewed his death several years back to see if he had been assassinated.

As dramatic as assassination or death in battle sound, neither are true. King Tutankhamen did indeed have a clubbed foot and trouble walking. He fell on some steep rock stairs and either injured or broke his leg. I cannot recall exactly. The wound became infected and he died from the infection.

Disappointing, I know.

 

The Sinking of the U.S.S. Cyclops

cyclopsOne hundred years ago Wednesday morning, the USS Cyclops, a massive American World War I transport ship hailed as a “floating coal mine,” should have been docked in the waters off Baltimore, fresh off a journey from Brazil.

But the vessel – reported to be the Navy’s biggest and fastest fuel ship at the time – and the 309 men onboard it never pulled into the Chesapeake Bay on March 13, 1918, and its whereabouts to this day remain unknown. (Source Fox News)

I Remote Viewed this ship years ago. It hit a relatively rare phenomena called a “methane burst” or methane pocket. These bursts of gas occasionally erupt from the ocean floor and cause a change in the buoyancy of the water.  The Cyclops sank straight to the sea floor somewhere off the coast of Florida. As far as I could tell, it was completely intact.

Spooky to be sure.

Missing Flight MH370

March 8th marks the four year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. It departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and was en route to Beijing, China. There have been many conspiracy theories about what happened from the likely to the absurd (i.e. aliens capturing the flight and transporting to the Moon).

Remote Viewing is a time consuming process, so I never went beyond my initial investigation. I only viewed where MH370 was at the time of my session. It was not scattered over several locations as it would have been if it had crashed or exploded. It was intact on the runway of a bizarrely shaped “island”.

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Further investigation lead me across a picture of Diego Garcia, which is an atoll just south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean, and the largest of 60 small islands comprising the Chagos Archipelago. My final session sketch looked almost exactly like Diego Garcia.

Since I never went farther with the RV work, I don’t know why it was flown there. It is fascinating to me that there is a large U.S. military base on the atoll. Apparently, there were also quite a few tech specialists on the flight as well as patent holders of important technology. I don’t have the time to find and cite the sources for the tech data right, but I might later.

I firmly believe that the partial plane wing and other “evidence” that official investigators have found is either from other flights or purposely staged just to bring closure to this investigation.

This is one of those times when I am glad that Remote Viewers are not entirely believed and many people will say I’m just making this up. If everyone knew how reliable RV is there would be laws regulating it and I might have men from the government showing up at my door.

Disbelief can be a protection.