Precogniton is the "knowledge of an event before it occurs".
Can physical characteristics, emotions and thoughts be retrieved from the future event?
How accurate and reliable can these precognitive predictions be?
The example discussed next demonstrates that answers to these key questions may be within our grasp. This example is quite unusual since a notarized statement was prepared to demonstrate that the prediction was indeed submitted before the event.
The Hawaii Remote Viewers' Guild (HRVG) conducted Remote Viewing (RV) sessions and analysis concerning a future event. The "target" in the sessions was only identified as KLZO-MDRR. The full target cue, not known to the RVer, was:
Unidentified Flying Object / Hawai'i / Next Event
Here is the time sequence:
|March 14, 1998||The remote viewing session was done by Glenn Wheaton without a monitor.|
|March 15, 1998||The session was analyzed and summarized.|
|March 19, 1998||This information was given to Dick Allgire who had a notarized statement drafted
summarizing the prediction as follows:
Former military remote viewers predict a "significant" UFO event on the night of April 3, 1998 off the island of Oahu in Hawaii. They feel the event will occur somewhere between Pearl Harbor and Ewa Beach. Duration about 20 minutes, with some disruption of air traffic control at Honolulu International Airport.
|March 27, 1998||
The event occurred about a week earlier than predicted, at the location predicted, and the overall quality of the information is quite remarkable. Here is a summary of the event and an epilog from the HRVG website:
During the early morning hours of March 27, between Pearl Harbor and Ewa Beach, an event occurred in the skies that caused reports to come in from as far away as the Big Island of Hawai'i in which it was reported that a very Bright Light was seen visibly tracking down through the atmosphere and finally impacting in the water off Iroquois Point. This event was reported in the morning and afternoon papers as well as the morning and afternoon television news broadcasts.
While the HRVG considers the timing to be a miss, 8 days is still extraordinary when you consider that Glenn told us in a private email that:
A review of news stories in the Hawaii press will show no such incident
occurring in Hawaii in the 40 years preceding the event and none since.
On Oahu, the explosion was seen by dozens of people at Waimea, Waialua and Kawailoa Beach. On Maui, police received reports from witnesses in Lahaina, Honokowai, Puukolu and Honokahua. On Hawaii, or the "Big Island," as locals call it, the flash was seen by witnesses from Upolu Point south to Kailua Kona.
A pilot for Aloha Airlines "witnessed the object while in the sky. He was obviously very excited and very moved by the experience. He said the object came within two miles of his (cargo) plane and lit up the entire sky...He said it created an increase in temperature that was felt by everyone in the cabin."
"Big Island police said the light, which was seen in all districts of the island, made the night sky as bright as day."
The U.S. Coast Guard identified the object as "a big meteor" and said it had "determined the source of the light after an investigation."
from Channel 2 transcript:
IF YOU WERE UP AT AROUND 2:45 THIS MORNING AND SAW A BRIGHT FLASH IN THE NIGHT SKY...YOU WERE NOT ALONE. PEOPLE FROM KONA TO NANAKULI REPORTED SEEING THE WHITE FLASH..EARLY REPORTS SAY IT WAS AN APPARENT METEORITE..MUCH OF THE ACTIVITY WAS CENTERED AT BARBER'S POINT...WHERE RADIO TRANSMISSIONS SPOKE OF A BRIGHT GREEN-WHITE LIGHT THAT LIT UP THE SKY. BILL IRWIN, THE PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER AT THE BARBERS POINT NAVAL AIR STATION, SAID ABOUT SIX OF HIS OFFICERS REPORTED SEEING THE FLASH THAT APPEARED TO GO DOWN IN THE OCEAN OFF IROQUOIS POINT.
Barber's Point, mentioned in the above news transcript as being at the center of the activity, is between Pearl Harbor and Ewa Beach on the island of Oahu, which agrees with the prediction.
Here is a report which discusses the possibility that the object was manmade:
from the Star-Bulletin:
The Star-Bulletin also quotes Bishop Museum Planetarium Manager Peter Michaud as saying, "It is a spectacular thing to see but, scientifically, it is probably not all that significant." As another example of an object traveling through our atmosphere from space, this may not be particularly significant, however, this example of precognition does seems quite significant to us, both scientifically and with respect to what it reveals concerning the capabilities of consciousness.
The following page from the RV transcript has information concerning the pilot's thoughts and emotions. The fact that an airline pilot was predicted to witness and react to this event, and the fact that the pilot was confirmed to be there and to be "obviously very excited and very moved", is extraordinary.
|This page contains panels where the viewer gets
gestalt information on a type of mental "blackboard".
Visual images, emotions and thoughts are also available.
The second panel down shows predictions of the pilot's reactions, including.
YES RADIO WORKS - RELIEF
NUCLEAR DANGER - ALARM - CONCERN
This example strengthens the hypothesis that an "event" that occur in space-time (an actualization) can be viewed as a "beacon" for an information-sharing human-precognition system that transcends time.
The results discussed here are quite impressive, to say the least. There are, however, limitations in applying this type of prediction. In particular, the prediction uncertainties have not been quantified. Reliable predictions with known uncertainties could change the world. For example, imagine a world where the impact point and timing of large objects hurtling towards us from space could be known, in advance...now, that would be a practical application if the objects were headed for your city!