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Posted on Dec 26, 2015 in Blog |

Regina’s Blog: Bending Time and Space

Regina’s Blog: Bending Time and Space

I first met Dr. Russell Targ, head of the SRI remote viewing project, when I was a young news anchor. I was intrigued with remote viewing and other psychic phenomena and had convinced the news director of my TV station to allow me do a special series on the topic. This, I should add, was during the Cold War, the Soviets were the arch-enemy of the U.S. and vice versa.

As I naively researched the topic and began reaching out to potential interviewees I ended up on the other end of the line with Dr. Targ. He said he would be happy to see me but had to make a trip to the Soviet Union before we could meet. He returned with historical footage, which he shared with me, though I wasn’t aware of its significance at the time.

The Russian psychic, Djuna Davitashvili, was surrounded by team members from SRI (Stanford Research Institute) and the Soviet Academy of Sciences, plus film crew. They were conducting a joint U.S.-Soviet experiment on the powers of the mind to travel beyond the physical boundaries of space – and time.

Djuna was told to draw pictures of what came into her mind, Targ’s daughter Elizabeth, translated from Russian to English. The image of a pier surrounded by water took form. Then concentric circles and animals with glass eyes – a merry go-round. Then little shops with signs in front. She had correctly identified the merry-go-round at the end of Pier 39 in San Francisco. All she knew is that the image was randomly generated. What she didn’t know was that the image was not generated until 3 hours AFTER the viewing.

The implications of this one experiment, no less all of the decades of phenomena since, have shown us that time is not linear. The team had chosen to view into the future because they thought the signal would be clearer, without the interference of events playing out in the moment bleeding into a pure viewing session.

What I learned much later was that SRI was funded by the CIA. At the height of the Cold War, the CIA and Soviets were doing highly esoteric joint experiments that had military implications. Presumably both were using remote viewing into the future to implement military strategies. Strange bedfellows? Maybe not. At what point do both parties understand that checkmate is just another viewing session away? Perhaps these profound scientific experiments transcended politics. Meanwhile, it was guaranteed to leave those who were aware of this event with more questions as to the nature of reality than answers.

As for time travel, when we truly realize we are a very loosely packed form made of atoms, being driven by consciousness, the projection of that form to another time frame may not seem so mystical. Its a skill few possess (or have access to technologically), but totally within the construct of physical reality. Remember, the matter-space ratio of the atom, no matter the weight, is roughly the same amount of space as exists within our solar system to the number of planets in it – even if it were the heaviest atom.  We are all made of space with the collective illusion of perceived density. Time and space are simply concepts to create order in a 3rd dimensional reality, which we are readying ourselves to transcend.