P-I-A's Quarterly Online Publication
Issue 16: July - September 2002
Black Holes, Intuition and
A Chandra X-ray Observatory image of the central
region of our Milky Way galaxy. A supermassive black hole lurks
inside the bright white patch near the center of the image. This black
hole is located in the constellation Sagittarius at Sagittarius A*.
Black Holes appear to be rather common in our
universe. We have a massive one at the center of our very own Milky Way
IntuitionLocal Sidereal Time, Intuition and Sagittarius
Local Sidereal Time (star time) appears to
influence the performance of remote viewers. There is a correlation
between LST and RV performance. The orientation of our Milky Way
galaxy's black hole may be a factor.
Associative Remote Viewing Presentation at
the 2002 IRVA Remote Viewing Conference
In the presentation, which is now online,
the 5 ARV protocols that we completed were summarized along with the results
concerning "beginner's luck", Local Sidereal Time (LST) and Solar
Our most significant findings concern the realityof
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