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Aliens on Iapetus! — A Farsight Remote-Viewing Project AVAILABLE NOW
Published by FARSIGHT PRESS on 23 May 2015

Aliens on Iapetus! - A Farsight ProjectThis remote-viewing documentary focuses on what appears to be a huge set of structures on the surface of Iapetus, a moon of Saturn. The apparent structures are clearly visible in a photograph that was taken by the Cassini space probe that still orbits Saturn. We now know what these things are, who built them, and why. We also know what happened to those who stayed there, and how they died. This was not a military outpost, not a spy base, not an industrial or mining location. It is actually more amazing than anything anyone could have imagined. This is new, unprecedented in the history of extraterrestrial research.

Dick Allgire and Daz Smith work this project. They are two of the most skilled remote viewers on the planet currently, using U.S. military derived methodologies for perceiving across time and space, and working within a scientifically clean and totally blind experimental design.

The science of remote viewing has matured to the extent that such a project as this is finally achievable. But no one could have expected the results to be as shocking as what was actually revealed by these new data.

You can also watch all the pre-release trailers and shorts HERE.

Watch Now | Remote Viewing 9/11: Part 1Available NOW on Vimeo.

(For those who may be interested, the Vimeo app for iPhone and iPad now supports Chromecast.)

or

Click to purchase DVD of Part 1Available NOW from Amazon.

 

The Remote-Viewing Data

Blind Conditions for All Remote-Viewing Data: All remote viewing for this project (as with all projects conducted at The Farsight Institute) was conducted under totally blind conditions. The viewers were told nothing about the project or specific targets while they were conducting their remote-viewing sessions. They were only instructed by a non-leading email that there is a target, and that they should remote view it. To understand the differences between an operational project such as this one and a strictly scientific project (such as our Multiple Universes Project), see the discussion on our Mysteries Project main page.

A Note About the Quality of the Remote Viewing for This Project: Dick Allgire and Daz Smith have long and well-documented public track records with remote viewing, a great deal of which is available to see on the web site for The Farsight Institute in projects spaning many years. The quality of the remote-viewing sessions for this project is absolutely stellar. These remote-viewing sessions are clear representations of the targets, both verbally and with unambiguous drawings.

The Remote-Viewing Target

The target is that which is circled in the target image below. The viewer should also perceive the surrounding environment.

Iapetus Cassini crater with circle
Original, with circle added

Iapetus Cassini crater
Medium contrast added, no sharpening

Iapetus Cassini crater with sharpening and extra contrast
Contrast and sharpening added

 

Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute. Circle added in top image by Courtney Brown. Sharpening and extra contrast added by Courtney Brown.