This book Cosmic Voyage breaks new ground and takes the reader on
an unbelievable journey into some of the deepest
mysteries of alien contact and the human future. The
book explores remote viewing which is a powerful tool
requiring further exploration. Remote viewing is a method
of scientific research known as SRV, or scientific remote
viewing. It was a procedure originally developed by the
United States military as a highly classified and
strangely effective spy system.
Brown was trained briefly in this method by a former member of
the military unit that specialized in remote viewing. Now
the author has taken the technique designed as a very
viable espionage tool and turned it toward space. The
results of his work are truly staggering. This
book reveals that at least two alien
civilizations have been and continue to the intimately
involved with earth humans.
races involved according to Brown are a Martian race who
barely survived an ancient natural catastrophe on their
own planet. They are still struggling to survive today on
their nearly dead planet and in hidden retreats here on
Earth. The other race are the familiar Greys, a humanoid group who
nearly destroyed themselves by wanton abuse of their
environment and now seek to enhance their own evolution.
claims are even more astonishing. Using scientific
remote viewing, author Brown claimed to have actually
observed and interacted with a distant collapsing
Federation of extraterrestrials civilizations.
author's apparent ability to communicate and observe
other alien species raises many questions. Most readers will see
value in the remote viewing techniques. However, readers
will doubt his information gathering
In a typical setup, the monitor would specify
map coordinates or reference a word or phrase pertaining
to space. Author Brown was then allowed to see in his own
mind the space thing the monitor was referencing.
This book wins AAER's Little Green Man Award for being so detrimental to the study of alien
abduction, that only Disinfo Agents from AFOSI could love this book which makes abductees sound like wackos.
where the author's interpretation crumbles because
it was up to the monitor to ascertain whether or not Brown
was correct. Since the monitor said Brown was right every time, it left us wondering how the monitor knew Brown was right about these two supposed civilizations. How did the monitor know?
The United States military used
scientific remote viewing as a military tool to locate
hidden targets and hostages. Their first foray into this area was known as "Stargate." In these military experiments, the
hidden enemy encampments were frequently the target.
But translating this technique to the
author working with a monitor breaks down. This causes us
to question the validity of any of author Brown's
so-called discoveries. Despite that, we still believe
there is validity to this technique if properly applied.
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