Ancient Atlantis

Before the time of the ancient Egyptians or Aztecs. Before the time of the ancient Greeks or Romans there existed an amazing island nation with advanced technology and spiritual development.

I’m sure you’ve seen some of the TV specials over the years about Atlantis. If you’re a fan of Edgar Cayce, the legendary island nation frequently comes up in his books. Plato himself wrote all that he knew about Atlantis in his works Timaeus and Critias. There are many myths that mention this ancient civilization that often go unrecognized.

Atlantis is the Primordial Tradition that links all philosophies and religions from the beginning of recorded history to the present day. This island nation had technology that was both primitive by comparison to our modern standards as well as far more advanced. For example, while Atlantis utilized architectural techniques familiar to the ancient world, they also utilized sound in a much different manner than we do today. Sound was used in medicine and transportation in ways that we cannot imagine.

Several races of Atlanteans evolved and most were far more psychically developed than we are today. Our extrasensory perception today has devolved or atrophied from what it was then. There was a “Golden Age” when several groups of Atlanteans left to spread agriculture, mathematics, architecture, religion and philosophy around the globe. This is why we can find points in common between Native American, Mayan, Aztec, Persian, Greek, Roman, and Teutonic legends. One group of notable Atlanteans established a colony along the Nile River which eventually became the dynastic civilization of ancient Egypt.

Atlantis was struck by at least three cataclysms over several thousand years, the final one being the sinking of the largest remaining island into the sea. We know this in Western Culture as the legend of the Flood from the Hebrew and Christian Bible.

Atlantis had some self-interested, some benevolent and some corrupt rulers. Before the final demise of this nation it was corrupt. It was at war with other nations all over the globe. There are striking similarities between Atlantis and the modern day United States of America. And it’s interesting to note that much of modern America is the reincarnation en mass, of ancient Atlantis.

Will we evolve passed our baser instincts? Will we be guided by wisdom, love, beauty and harmony?Or we will continue to descent into chaos, strife and destruction?

Only time will tell.

Treasure Hunting with Remote Viewing

Remote Viewing is a fantastic tool when locating treasure! The sketches produced are priceless when searching for your prize. Homogeneous terrain can be a little tricky, but with enough time, that can be surmounted too. Remote Viewing could also be applied to clarifying sonar or underground radar scans. I just need a copy of the data to verify what type of objected has been imaged.

The biggest obstacle to using RV for treasure hunting is not RV itself. It’s making sure your treasure is in an area where you can retrieve it!  😉

Finding Missing Persons

Missing-Persons-Private-InvestigatorRemote Viewing is the perfect skill to augment the search for missing persons. Considering it utilizes pen and paper sketches and word descriptors, and therefore  produces written notes, is very convenient.

Remote Viewing can produce new leads and new clues for law enforcement to investigate. In the hands of a skilled Viewer, RV can be invaluable. The only circumstances that might be challenging is if the missing person is located in homogeneous terrain with very few landmarks nearby. Or if a deceased missing person’s body is spread across a few different areas. I know, gruesome, but a reality is some cases. A deceased missing person also may have been disposed of by feeding them to animals.

Some Viewers have a stomach for this kind of work and some do not. My desire to give a family closure or maybe even joy, at finding their relative alive, far outweigh any discomfort I might feel conducting a session.

If you need help finding a missing person, contact me today.

Benjamin Franklin’s 13 Virtues

Benjamin_Franklin_1767-1In a day and age when few men are thinking about their own or anyone else’s character development, thoughtful men must look to the past to gain inspiration.  Benjamin Franklin, one of the American Revolution’s most notable figures is such an inspiration.  He was a Founding Father of the United States, a polymath, author, printer, inventor, postmaster, Rosicrucian and Freemason.

He invented the lightening rod, bifocal lenses, the Franklin stove, the carriage odometer, the glass armonica. He founded the first lending library and the first Fire Department in Pennsylvania.

Franklin sought to cultivate his character by a plan of thirteen virtues, which he developed at age 20 (in 1726) and continued to practice in some form for the rest of his life. His autobiography lists his thirteen virtues as:

  1. Temperance: “Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.”
  2. Silence: “Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifling conversation.”
  3. Order: “Let all your things have their places; let each part of your business have its time.”
  4. Resolution: “Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.”
  5. Frugality: “Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself; i.e., waste nothing.”
  6. Industry: “Lose no time; be always employ’d in something useful; cut off all unnecessary actions.”
  7. Sincerity: “Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if you speak, speak accordingly.”
  8. Justice: “Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that are your duty.”
  9. Moderation: “Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve.”
  10. Cleanliness: “Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, cloaths, or habitation.”
  11. Tranquility: “Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or unavoidable.”
  12. Chastity: “Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another’s peace or reputation.”
  13. Humility: “Imitate Jesus and Socrates.”

Franklin did not try to work on them all at once.  Instead, he would work on one and only one each week “leaving all others to their ordinary chance”.  While Franklin did not live completely by his virtues and by his own admission, he fell short of them many times, he believed the attempt made him a better man contributing greatly to his success and happiness, which is why in his autobiography, he devoted more pages to this plan than to any other single point; in his autobiography Franklin wrote, “I hope, therefore, that some of my descendants may follow the example and reap the benefit.”

Men like Benjamin Franklin are not very common these days.  But I firmly believe that men today could do much good while striving to follow his example.

The Necessity of Finding Your Sanctuary


Between impending wars, and major earth changes, the necessity of finding your personal sanctuary has never been more vital than right now. Being trained in proper Remote Viewing protocols by Major Ed Dames, I can find your sanctuary location for you.

Please keep in mind that this information will be vital to your survival and must remain a closely guarded secret. Revealing it to too many others will obliterate the site as a viable sanctuary.

The cost is $500.