Remote viewing and dowsing expert Paul Smith discussed ESP techniques, and how people can use them to tap into future outcomes for financial gain. With remote viewing, you know where a target is, but you don't what it is-- dowsing is the reverse, where a person knows what the target is, but doesn't know its location, he explained. Both systems make use of the subconscious, but with dowsing the subconscious exerts a subtle ideomotor response.
Associate Remote Viewing (ARV) can be applied to financial decisions-- by bypassing psychological influences, each outcome is associated with an unrelated object. For instance, a certain stock going up in price is represented by a hamburger, and a pencil represents the stock going down. The viewer then describes a visual of the object they see. This technique is successful 70% of the time, Smith stated.
He also discussed how dowsing can be used to pick lottery numbers. Different blocks or cards are set up with a set of corresponding numbers to a lottery, and then a person uses a pendulum over each, determining if it's a yes or a no. Typically, the dowser would use one hand to touch the card, and the other to hold the pendulum. A dowser who practiced his technique won $18,000 in a lottery, Smith reported.
'Psychic Twins' Predictions
First hour guests, 'Psychic Twins' Terry & Linda Jamison checked in to share their predictions for 2008, some of which they glean from automatic writing. An intense hurricane will hit the East Coast in September, and there'll be a lot wild storms and tornados in the Midwest, they said. Four major terrorist attacks are planned against the U.S.-- with targets in NYC, DC And Boston, but they believe they will be thwarted. London (possibly Heathrow) may not be able to fend off an attack that could occur sometime during Aug. – Oct., they added. As the Jamisons previously predicted, Hillary Clinton will win the presidency in a very close race.
View a video profile of Terry & Linda Jamison, excerpted from the A&E special Psychic Children.