Project Overview

2013 climate change remote viewing projectAs part of a large public experiment, in 2008  Remote Viewers from three Separate Remote Viewing schools participated in a joint Remote Viewing project to study climate and planetary change between the years 2008 and 2013.

The Remote Viewers were blindly tasked against nine locations both in the timezone of 2008 (as a baseline) and then against 2013 to see if this showed any changes in climate for these target zones.

Please note: When the Remote Viewers were Remote Viewing the targets – targets hadn’t even been assigned to locations yet. This was done after all the Remote Viewing had been completed and posted publicly, by a random process. The mechanism behind the project chose the locations and time zones by a random process and more detail on this can be found here.

The final predictive 2013 Remote viewing data seemed to indicate  global climate changes across all nine target locations chosen for the project.


This project describes climate change events  across nine geographical locations. The target locations are:

  1. Fort Jesus, Mombasa Kenya
  2. Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island, Florida
  3. Key West, Florida
  4. KITV Building, Honolulu, Hawaii
  5. Malé International Airport, Malé, Maldives
  6. Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
  7. Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
  8. United States Congress Building, Washington, D.C.
  9. Vaitupu, Tuvalu

“In general, these remote-viewing data suggest the following types of physical changes across many of the above geographical locations by mid-2013:

  1. Impacts from what appear to be large meteors, tsunamis and possible volcanism
  2. Extensive and forceful flooding of coastal areas
  3. Excessive solar radiation
  4. Storms and other severe weather”

Click the location links above for a summary of the Remote Viewing data for each of the four main locations. During 2013 we will  post updates and any feedback data that occurs in the news & media for comparison.

For full information on this project please click here!


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