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Remote Viewing by Tim Rifat (Excellent Full Book)

Remote Viewing by Tim Rifat (Excellent Full Book)


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The areas of the brain which are involved in remote viewing were studied at the Stanford
Research Institute by Hal Puthoff, funded by the CIA. His team found that the temporal
cortex is active while a person is remote viewing. The cortex is used for visualization and

the occipital cortex is used to process visual information. The older limbic system which
lies beneath the spongy grey matter we call the cortex, is used for decision-making. All our
decisions are taken on an emotional level; we intellectualize them afterwards. The limbic
system mediates information processing, the hypothalamus being used for memory and the
thalamus for attention. The reticulate gyrus is also concerned with information processing.
Since emotional content plays such a large part in remote viewing, the amygdala, a small
structure in the limbic system, which is concerned with emotions and is the pleasure centre,
is also involved.

Research seems to indicate that remote-viewing information is transferred to the brain by
quantum mechanical interactions between the biophysical body and the brain. At a higher
level, memories from the biophysical body and from the brain are transferred by use of
biophysical fields which affect the neurones; this is tied up with control of calcium
concentrations in the brain.

Cell developmental biologists have found that the morphogenetic fields which control cell
activity can change the calcium levels in the cells by use of field effects. These
morphogenetic fields enable the biophysical body to control cellular chemistry and what
takes place in the cell nucleus (Figure 9). We have so many avenues of communication
between biophysical body and brain that the interaction must be seen as hierarchical; in a
similar manner to how competitive cell death establishes primary and high-order
consciousness in the brain by means of Darwinian selection. At the top of the hierarchy in
the brain is the temporal cortex, which combines the remote-viewing data into the complex
mental image.

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