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Some have heard of, or read about on the Internet, that sidereal time was determined to effect remote viewer’s accuracy. To briefly review: James Spottiswoode was a parapsychologist who worked at the Stanford Research Institute (Menlo Park, CA) during the Star Gate Project (Fort Meade, Maryland). I think he’s the first to correlate remote viewer performance & sidereal time. That resulted from studying 20 years worth of data containing 1,524 trials among 22 different studies. He found a 400 percent spike in the success rate of remote viewing sessions. He also found solar wind interferes with telepathy. My result and are discussed below.
Spottiswoode found the optimum time to be 13:30 hr local sidereal time (LST) which is always relative to a viewer’s location. He states the peak lasts about three and a half hours from 12:45 to 14:15 hr LST. The pix, below and right, shows the position of our galaxy’s central core identified by the black hole (Sgr A). That location is illustrated by a small red bullseye apparent on the horizon with the orientation of the galaxy’s ecliptic plane by black arrows in this case at the time 13:30 LST for mid-latitudes in the USA.
For the sake of this discussion it’s important to note that the galaxy’s central core is on the horizon. To clarify, for a meditator, or remote viewer, they are laying on their back looking forward which is looking at the zenith, looking out into open space unobstructed by our galaxy which is on the horizon. Spottiswoode states the best viewing time is from just before to just after Sgr A rises above the horizon. The cosmic radiation from the bulk of the galaxy’s central region is entering our atmosphere tangential to the meditator. That is the cosmic noise is approaching from the side as one lays on their back.
Spottiswoode further states his findings that at 18 hr LST viewing was reported to be the worst. This is approximately when the core (the red bullseye) is highest above the horizon – about 24 degrees above the horizon for the mid-latitudes in the USA. The galactic ecliptic (which passes through the center of the galaxy’s spiral arms) is rising toward the zenith.
The pix below and left illustrates that time. Right and below that is a pix of the time 20 hr LST. Notice in the second image (now night time) that the Earth has rotated a couple hours, the galaxy’s arm have risen even more toward the zenith but at this time Sgr A is 17 degrees above the horizon, now commencing its motion to set below the horizon in time.
Note Spottiswoode reports this worst performance is when the ‘center’ of the galaxy is approaching our overhead, that is our zenith. His study says this is when psychic cognition is said to drop to its lowest point, between 17.5 and 20 hr LST. That time is actually when the Milky Way galactic (spiral arms) ecliptic – not – the galactic center – is at one’s zenith although the galactic core is near it’s highest above the horizon during this time.
Greg Kolodziejzyk, a remote viewer, found in his personal data (of 1250 events) a 450% improved performance when within one hour of 13.3h LST similar to Spottiswoode. What I noticed is the two researches did not study the relation of the location of galactic core – Sagittarius A (Sgr A). That region representing the huge active central mass of our galaxy.
I believe there is a misunderstanding in the studies’ reporting because the galactic core (GC), using the black hole Sagittarius A (Sgr A) discovered in 1974 as the galactic ‘center’, is never at our zenith presuming roughly United States latitudes. To get the GC ‘overhead’ one needs to be in southern hemisphere.
What is overhead for us in the lower 48 states is the Milky Way’s ecliptic (see photo below). That photo is taken during the Summer when the GC is above our southern horizon with the galaxy’s ecliptic spiral arms extending toward the zenith. In January however the outer galactic arms are mostly overhead. In sum which part of the galaxy’s arms are overhead, and what time the GC is above the horizon depends on the time of year and time of day.
In the photo it’s clear the GC does pass overhead. What we see overhead as the Milky Way is the galaxy’s spiral arms, not the GC. Though there are variations through the seasons as just explained, for the locations Meno Park, CA (where Stargate began 1972) and Fort Meade, Maryland (where Stargate based) Sgr A is just 20 degrees or so above the horizon for a few hours. So I assume the writers are referring to the center of the galactic equator, the ecliptic of the spiral arms, and not the actual center of the galaxy. I will make my point soon….
The photo shown below of our Milk Way, taken during the Summer 2019, is a viewed from 38 degree latitudes in Colorado. That is roughly within a few degree of FT Meade, and Menlo Park, CA in latitude. Note the bright star in the lower right of the image. That is actually the planet Jupiter. About 45 degrees down and to the left of Jupiter, then residing in the main dust lane right on the galactic ecliptic plane is the general location of the galactic center specified by the black hole Sag A.
In this photograph one notes the considerable brightness of the galaxy’s center region when compared to the galactic ecliptic arm that extends to the upper left corner of this image. The upper left region is our zenith. Keep in mind this sizable difference in brilliance and mass.
So to restate the galactic center is not overhead; only the center of the galaxy’s outer disk or spiral arms is overhead. The region of Sag A is the principle source of galactic noise. It is the galactic core’s noise we need to avoid (Additional discussion below).
Next, note in this example (Summer) the GC, the source of core cosmic noise, is behind the Earth during late morning. Earth has rotated away from the galactic center and at this time in the Summer the GC is blocked by the thickest portion of the Earth’s iron core sphere in the morning. This provides the greatest shielding of our galaxy’s cosmic radiation; atmospheric shielding from galactic noise is trivial compared to the Earth’s iron/nickel core.
So I went back using my astronomy software (telescope guiding capable) to examine a great many dates in my records. Now my records do not represent a quality controlled study. The remoter viewer’s studies likely had specific protocols on scoring events. I’m not doing that and I’m not remote viewing – typically. I assess my experience’s quality based on clarity, realism, profundity of clear conversation, and other aspects that I subjectively use in determining whether I believe an experience is ‘real’, authentic, or valid. I also have LOTS and lots of failed mediations (duds) and I have been examining the timing of those too.
The astronomy software let’s me check the sidereal time, the positioning of the galactic core, location of the Milky Way’s spiral arms overhead, and then I also corrected for my geographic location examining where i was at the time (was I at TMI in VA or in Montana for example). I simply took enough experiences to convince myself and this is what I got:
I examined 40 very strong experiences. I have a lot more events I could study but I stopped at 40 when the pattern was clear. In 98% of those events the LST was NOWHERE near 13:30 LST for me. In 94% of those cases I had good to excellent Earth shielding of the galactic core behind me.
‘Optimum Earth shielding’ is illustrated in the pix to the lower right. This shows the position of the galactic core during optimum viewing times for me. Note the small red bullseye with cross-hairs that shows the position of the core which is fully behind the Earth. That is, the maximum bulk of the densest part of the Earth is directing blocking the radiation from the galaxy’s core region. This time is about 6 hr LST.
In this configuration I am meditation lying on my back, the Earth is behind me with the actual center of the galaxy (Sagittarius A) behind the Earth. My notes indicate this is maximum galactic core cosmic noise Earth shielding – for me. Note the galaxy’s outer bands seen faintly do arc around the Earth and then toward my zenith; directly overhead. In the pix the outer arms are the faint glows with turquoise lines in the upper left and lower right of the Earth. (As an aside the image below represents what I refer to as ‘fair’ conditions in my notes)
In this position I would see the galactic arms overhead but I am looking out at the outer arms of the galaxy and I do not find significant interference under these conditions. As a result for me Spottiswoode’s conclusion of sidereal time is completely immaterial.
As explained above, at 13:30 hr LST Sag A the galactic core is generally rising up above the horizon. In this case the core’s radiation is tangential to the Earth’s atmosphere and this is were problems begin for me as the atmosphere provides little shielding comparatively speaking.
I also examined 4 periods in the last four years, each period being roughly four months long. In ALL cases the dead-times or ‘duds’ for me occurred when the galactic core is anywhere above the horizon even a little bit, as it is at 13:30 LST. For me anytime the core is above the horizon at all presents a problem.
In one four-month period there were 5 remarkable experiences that contradict these findings. However, in each of those experience ‘non-Earth based entities’ – I’ll call them – came for me or they opened contact with me. There is only a few percent inconsistently I found so looking at both collections of events – successes and duds – the relationship is obvious to me. In my notes’ comments, as the time of Sagittarius A (GC) rising above the horizon, the drop off in my experiences is readily dramatic and apparent.
As an aside NOAA explains galactic cosmic rays (GCRs) are a slowly varying background radiation produced mostly by supernovas. The Sun’s magnetosphere which envelops our solar system shields us from this with varying effectiveness during the solar cycle. At solar max the Sun’s magnetic field is stronger and provides the most shielding of galactic cosmic rays. At solar minimum’s the shielding is weaker1.
Supernovae can’t explain all the energy found in cosmic rays. Researchers now postulate our Milky Way’s black hole core as the source of the highest energies observed2. In addition there are an estimated 10 million to 100 million supernova taking place somewhere in the Universe everyday. That radiation surrounds and we have no consistent orientation that allows us to escape that, other then the solar cycles. That is, in terms of shield cosmic noise from supernovae all one has is the shielding provided by our Sun’s magnetosphere and the Earth’s iron core.
Review effective meditation or remote viewing times carefully for yourself. There’s just so much garbage on the Internet (people repeating other people without their own direct experience or knowledge) if you’re getting your information at some New Age sites you need to check the facts for yourself.
Now, being careful about noting the times of my meditations, I also track solar wind density and sunspots/CME (solar events). As a practice now I often don’t bother meditating in dud-time. I check for my optimum Earth shielding time of the galactic core in terms of time and season and then wait til that time for my meditations. Of course if that time is 2-6 AM I don’t bother; I’m just not awake enough.
If you’re interest you can check this yourself. One iPhone astronomy app that will do this for you is called Sky Safari Plus … about 8 bucks. It will give you sidereal times associated with your time and location. To find the galactic center, search on Sagittarius A or ‘Sgr A’ in that software, then ‘center’ the star map’s view. Roll through the day’s sky map watching the movement of Sgr A – recenter the display and note the sidereal times reported in the Settings. In those settings it helps to set the Milky Way’s illumination to high. This will make the galaxy brightly apparent in your star view.
Rambling a bit further, a final sidebar note: Currently (August 2019) as we sit-out the solar minimum it’s useful to note that because we have less solar magnetosphere shielding during this solar minimum it has been measure at the lunar obit that the overall cosmic radiation is about doubled. So at this time even tho one may time meditations with greatest Earth core shielding the cosmic radiation is still about doubled during the solar minimum. That is if shielding gives us 85% protection. (just an example) if the radiation has double the Earth would protect us from 85% of that. https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2019/07/16/cosmic-ray-update-new-results-from-the-moon/
What does it all mean? If your psychic abilities have tanked the above may be the explanation as to why; consider adjusting your psychic meditation time and relax, the solar maximum will come in a couple years so viewing should improve, that is if any of this is true. As an aside my strongest vision was at the last solar maximum and has fallen off as the solar minimum commenced.
Below is a Wikipedia plot of recent solar maxima and mins. It’s interesting that an ‘entity’ I met once explained there would be ‘seasons’ to the vision’s ability. Is this what was referred to? I won’t ‘know’ the true effect of this until we start to enter the next maxima.
Totally crazy huh…..
- See https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/phenomena/galactic-cosmic-rays ↩
- See laymen discussion Science Magazine https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/03/milky-way-s-black-hole-may-be-spewing-out-cosmic-rays?r3f_986=https://www.google.com/ and Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/nature17147 for discussions on the Sagittarius A black hole as the source of highest energy cosmic radiation. ↩