Additional Proof the Mind Is Not in the Brain ~ Remote Viewing

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Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain. Remote viewers are able to sit quietly with their eyes closed and see things thousands of miles or years away.  That would be impossible if the mind were confined to the limits of a person’s skull. And there are no orifices in the skull for such images to come into the brain.

Remote viewing proves the mind is not in the brain, so when the brain dies, the mind continues blissfully into the next stage of our eternal lvies.

Craig Hogan, co-founder of Seek Reality Online, can do remote viewing. In 2005, a software engineer named Bill Walker, from New Jersey, asked to see a demonstration of remote viewing. Craig agreed. They communicated via email. Bill lives about 700 miles away from Craig. All Craig  knew about Bill was his name, email address, and that he lived in New Jersey. Bill would place an object on a table. Craig knew only that it was an object on Bill Walker’s table. Then Craig would sit quietly in his office in Illinois and remote view the object. When he was finished, he would email Bill his impressions.

The impressions included sketches and written descriptions. Below are some of the results. Craig’s sketches are to the left. The photos Bill sent to Craig after he had sent his sketches are to the right of the sketches.

 

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Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves the mind is not in the brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing an orb

Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain. Remote viewers are able to sit quietly with their eyes closed and see things thousands of miles or years away.  That would be impossible if the mind were confined to the limits of a person’s skull. And there are no orifices in the skull for such images to come into the brain.

Remote viewing proves the mind is not in the brain, so when the brain dies, the mind continues blissfully into the next stage of our eternal lvies.

Craig Hogan, co-founder of Seek Reality Online, can do remote viewing. In 2005, a software engineer named Bill Walker, from New Jersey, asked to see a demonstration of remote viewing. Craig agreed. They communicated via email. Bill lives about 700 miles away from Craig. All Craig  knew about Bill was his name, email address, and that he lived in New Jersey. Bill would place an object on a table. Craig knew only that it was an object on Bill Walker’s table. Then Craig would sit quietly in his office in Illinois and remote view the object. When he was finished, he would email Bill his impressions.

The impressions included sketches and written descriptions. Below are some of the results. Craig’s sketches are to the left. The photos Bill sent to Craig after he had sent his sketches are to the right of the sketches.

 

You can support this effort to give people the truth about the reality of the afterlife with your $6 contribution.

Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves the mind is not in the brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain
Remote viewing proves your mind is not in your brain

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