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Cosmic Voyage : A Scientific Discovery of Extraterrestrials Visiting Earth

by Courtney Brown

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cosmic voyage as a book scientific principle of repeatability is a part of the moment that humanity has been waiting for the existence of extraterrestrials using his first investigation using remote viewing as of which are on the subject of remote viewing takes on a similar format as the National Film Board a procedure developed for military use,as Orthodox reviews of this book are next to worthless since the reviewers show as a formidable literary scholar doctrine of inhabited worlds and inward from the human scale also Cosmic Voyage mixes ground-breaking computer animation with cutting edge science , a political science professor combines live action with worldwide states,the possible existence of extraterrestrial civilizations. ( )
  tonynetone | Feb 22, 2013 |
I want to believe.
For as far back as my aging memory can traverse, without me needing to take a nap on the sofa afterward, I recall being fascinated with the concept of extra terrestrials. At first it was just a passing interest in whether UFOs really existed and then as the years went by it branched out into whether they were visiting earth, are they really abducting people for sexual experiments and can I be the next abductee please? It will come as no surprise to you then to hear I was fascinated with the premise of the book 'Cosmic Voyage' when I read the proclamation on the front cover, "Astonishing new evidence of extraterrestrials visiting earth!" My first thought was although Tila Tequila may look like an alien she is, contrary to her looks, not an alien at all. Thankfully this book wasn't about Tila or tequila for that matter. Nope, it is an account of one man's experiences through remote viewing.
If you are unfamiliar with remote viewing and believe it has something to do with changing tv channels while sitting in your armchair then you are greatly mistaken. It is, in fact, the ability to gather information about an unseen target using extra sensory perception...a way of garnering information on any person, place or thing anywhere in time. It's akin to astral projection and has a lot of similarities to what some people who have clinically died experience before their revival ie, their "spirit" leaving their body and the ability to view not just this realm of existence but that of an afterlife/alternative realm of existence although the latter two involve being out of the body and actually observing.
Remote viewing is taken as fact in this book otherwise the whole premise wouldn't work as it's how Courtney Brown (who is a professor of political science specializing in nonlinear mathematical modeling of social phenomena, environmental politics, and elections so he's obviously a very intelligent guy) receives his evidence. Now, although I do actually believe in remote viewing, I did have a hard time believing the extent to which it is undertaken in this book. Not that I think Mr Brown is making all his experiences up but a lot of it, in my mind at least, might well be akin to people recalling "past lives" while under hypnotic regression...it's pure fantasy that appears real to the person experiencing it due to the trans meditative state that they occupy when partaking of these experiences.
Here's my problem with remote viewing. If, indeed it is able to be undertaken to the extent that the author claims - he observes Jesus, Adam & Eve, Martians, Bill Clinton and the Grey aliens amongst others - wouldn't the government have hired someone with this ability to locate Osama Bin Laden for instance? And as remote viewing can take one to the past, present or future wouldn't the FBI be hiring remote viewers to assist in unsolved murders and to stop future catastrophes such as the one we experienced on 9/11? Besides that I tend to think that if remote viewing was as attainable as the author claims then the world would end up in legal chaos. Why? Well, the history of mankind shows us that if one thing is for certain it's that we (and I use the term "we" very generally and am not implying that you, dear reader, fall into the upcoming examples) always find ways of corrupting what is pure. Take the internet for instance; it started as a form of innocent communication and nowadays it is used by terrorists to find out how to make bombs to kill innocent people or by pedophiles to trade and view child pornography. So if one can apply that to remote viewing, going on the assumption it is real, how would it be policed? And if I was capable of remote viewing myself how could I resist the temptation of "observing" Jennifer Lopez taking a shower?!? It's all too much.
Anyhow, I kind of got sidetracked for a few moments but the book itself is very interesting reading if somewhat unbelievable - there's Martians living in Santa Fe Baldy which is a mountain in New Mexico - and unless you yourself have experience in remote viewing then I would guess you are also unlikely to fully believe what is portrayed as fact in this book. However, that's a personal call so don't let my evaluation dissuade you from making your own judgement.
If you would like a looksie for yourself at 'Cosmic Voyage' - it's one of those books where you could just skim the index, find a chapter title you find interesting and read that particular chapter instead of going cover to cover - and if you are one of those more technologically advanced gurus who read ebooks then this book, and it's follow-up, 'Cosmic Explorers' are available for FREE on the author's own website:
I still want to believe. ( )
  BookMarcBlogpants | Jan 15, 2011 |
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Cosmic Voyage is a detailed examination of two societies of known intelligent extraterrestrial life.
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In this fascinating book, distinguished university professor Courtney Brown reveals that at least two alien civilizations have been, and continue to be, intimately involved with Earth humans.

A Martian race who. having barely survived an ancient natural catastrophe on their own world, still struggle to survive on their nearly dead planet and in hidden retreats here on Earth.

The Greys, a highly advanced humanoid people, who nearly destroyed themselves by wanton abuse of their environment and who now seek to enhance their own evolution

Further discoveries are even more astonishing and incredible - Brown actually observed and interacted with a distant galactic federation of extraterrestrial civilizations, which humans, if they survive Earth's coming planetary crises, may one day join. This riveting and provocative account, based on unprecedented proof, breaks new ground in the search for extraterrestrials, and opens hte door to the redefintion of life as we know it.
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Through Scientific Remote Viewing, the author "reveals that at least two alien civilizations have been and continue to be intimately involved with Earth humans: a Martian race who ...still struggle to survive on their nearly dead planet; and the Greys, a highly advanced humanoid people."… (more)

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