As it so often happens with Remote Viewing, early data searches concerning specific terms will often conflate outcomes within a reasonable frame of time. For example, a hurricane was found as per “storms” hitting the eastern coast of the United States in 2017 and although this was true, we now see that a specific reference to the “Carolinas” and “Georgetown” had been clearly referenced. When this occurs, professional remote viewers such as myself see it as a spike warranting further viewing sessions.
Yes, in hindsight I should have looked beyond the initial session in which to isolate exactly what was meant by “Georgetown” and as such, it seems that we now see exactly what this means. In fact, Georgetown County within South Carolina was cited as a place of concern during the session posted many months prior to the actual event. This is shown in the following video entitled “Storms” (please also note the published date).
There can be no doubt that Remote Viewing has a potential for revealing what is as opposed to what will be. In this matter one must also know that there exists a wide range of differences between historical and non-historical sources of information. For those wishing to explore what is known of a non-historical source, I am now considering the careful release of more than a few closely guarded secrets.
What I am suggesting here is that many of you reading this now can also learn how to properly operate the brain. Although there are certain limitations, I believe that most can learn the basics of what I have come to discover over the many years of research, trial, and error.