May 17, 2022
Links from our Discussion:
Robert Ballard Titanic search cover for military submarine research
Stephan Schwartz paper on the use of remote viewing in Archaeology
Alexander the Great's tomb (wikipedia) - it also recently showed up in a certain Marvel creative endeavor which I'm not going to mention because of "spoilers."
Blake & Jeb discussing the video series Hellier with Hayley Stevens on her podcast The Spooktator.
Ed Dames, famous for selling remote viewing training and making terrible predictions
Ingo Swann - pioneer of "remote viewing"
(Ingo also wrote gay erotica as Hero Haubold)
Hella Hammid (1921 - 1992)
Thomas Cook from the Bureau of Land Management shows up - says there are 1,100 known wrecks and 53 around Catalina