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Project Summary
This is a remote-viewing investigation of a defunct, technologically advanced human civilization that once existed in the ancient past on Earth. We sometimes refer to this project as the "Atlantis Project." However, no attempt here is made to connect this project to any contemporary views relating to Atlantis mythology. Here, the word "Atlantis" is used only to represent the idea of a technologically advanced human civilization that once existed in the ancient past on Earth. Our findings suggest that this civilization did in fact destroy itself in a cataclysm that resulted from the misuse of its own science.

All remote viewing done at The Farsight Institute is conducted under totally blind conditions. The remote viewers are never given any information about or relating to the targets prior to the completion of all remote-viewing sessions for a project. To understand the differences between an operational project such as this one and a strictly scientific project (such as our Multiple Universes Project), see the discussion on our Mysteries Project main page.

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Project Background and Imagery
This remote-viewing study focuses on two anomalous patterns visible on Google Earth that are located at the bottom of the ocean. The anomalous patterns seem to suggest high levels of technologically sophisticated civilization activity in the very ancient past. The Google Earth presentation of these data has occurred in two versions, which we will call Google Earth 1.0 and 2.0. Comparing the two versions, the anomalous patterns seem to diminish in Google Earth 2.0, while they are very clear in Google Earth 1.0. There is controversy with both versions. With the Google Earth 1.0 version, the anomalous patterns have been erroneously dismissed (elsewhere) as sonar imaging artifacts known as "ship tracks." With the Google Earth 2.0 version, the "ship tracks" idea has been largely dropped, and the claim has been made (again, elsewhere) that the Google Earth 2.0 imagery is "improved," and that this improvement "fixed" the anomalous imagery seen in Google Earth 1.0. However, a comparison between the two versions suggests that the Google Earth 2.0 imagery for these two anomalies has been compromised as the result of the application of extreme compression algorithms that radically diminish or in some areas eliminate color gradients (or transitional color variation as one moves across an image). Evidence of this is the appearance of extensive patches of an image that follow vertical and horizontal pixel lines in which there is no color variation, or no gradation in color. The question of whether this was done in Google Earth 2.0 for the purpose of suppressing the anomalous evidence that was clearly visible in the Google Earth 1.0 imagery is not discussed here. It is important to note that all Google Earth data in their original form are collected and distributed by the United States government. Motivations as to why any government may wish to suppress this type of evidence is similarly not addressed here. The images with the anomalies are shown below in both Google 1.0 and 2.0 versions for comparison. It is suggested that people examine the evidence presented here and come to their own conclusions.

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Since there are controversies regarding the anomalous patterns found on the bottom of the ocean in Google Earth, remote viewing can be used to address the controversies by enabling direct observation of the patterns themselves on the ocean floor. In many respects, this approach would complement a future attempt to send a submarine to investigate the patterns. Remote-viewing data can also be used to help interpret data obtained from a physical investigation, since remote viewers can travel back in time to directly observe the origin of the patterns.

To ease the presentation of this material, the anomaly shown in figure 1 below is referenced as the "Atlantic Grid." The anomaly shown in figure 4 below is referenced as the "Antarctic Grid."

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Read more and the Remote Viewing Sessions Here:

A Paphos-based organisation that investigates paranormal phenomena is challenging American author Robert Sarmast's assertion that the lost city of Atlantis lies off Cyprus. The group says they have conducted a remote viewing experiment with the participation of a former US military "psychic spy'.
John Knowles, who runs Psychognosia with his wife Linda Leblanc, recently engaged Sarmast, the author of Discovery of Atlantis: The Startling Case for the Island of Cyprus, in a friendly debate on Paphos TV, challenging his claims based on history and on the accounts of Plato, which is the main source of Sarmast's theory on the location of Atlantis.
Following the TV debate, Leblanc said that it seemed like an ideal opportunity to display the skills of what she called one of the one of the world's most talented "remote viewers" and one of the top US military former "psychic spies", Joseph McMoneagle.

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It is known that the US and Russian military have over the years conducted extensive research in the use of extra-sensory perception (ESP) to obtain intelligence information. The practice is known as remote viewing and McMoneagle has written four books about his experiences working for the US Defence Department. Following his retirement from the military, he established a company that conducts remote viewing under contract with private individuals and companies "Using only the map co-ordinates of Sarmast, we commissioned Joseph McMoneagle to report what he found at this location before Sarmast conducts his underwater exploration," said Leblanc.
"As is McMoneagle's usual protocol, he did not know we were the contractor. All he had was the co-ordinates that Sarmast proposes to use, in a sealed envelope, with general questions we provided, on the outside of the envelope. There was no mention of "Atlantis" or Cyprus, either by us or in McMoneagle"s three-page report.
McMoneagle was asked to describe what he saw within a two-mile radius of the coordinates both 10,000 years ago and at the present time.
His report said he perceived what appeared to be 10,000 years ago a generally elongated island running approximately east-northeast to west-southwest, approximately 235 kilometres in length and 65-75 kilometres wide at its widest with two moderately tall mountains at either end of the island.
He said there was a predominant city on the island with a system of buildings which seemed to represent homes "for lack of a better word". "These appear to be apartments or clusters of homes that are interconnected with streets that run in lines outward from the central core of the city that sits at the foot of the mountain bluff," the report said
"The city is crowded but orderly. It is also filled with many canals and rivers running throughout, and a multitude of hanging gardens, also filled with water. There are many gardens filled with produce-producing plants. Lots of greenery and multi-coloured plants indicating flowering plants of various natures. I have a strong feeling and sense that there are many aromas filling the streets and airs here."
He said he also saw art everywhere: statues, art work on buildings, mosaics, paintings, decorative stone work, carvings, woodwork and the like. "It is a place that is filled with the types of things one would find in a culture with much available leisure time and the kinds of highly valued crafts to fill it," the report said. "I do not get a sense of much violence. I do not get a sense of much in the way of military or a requirement for security or guards. There is however a sense that there is a great deal of orderliness, cleanliness, refinement."

McMoneagle said the weather was around 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, mild with very little humidity and soft breezes from the south-east with the city and island surrounded by what appeared to be huge multiple lakes as far as the eye can see.

"It is a wonderland of nothing but water. It is a world of water. I see ships and boats of every description. They are of every size imaginable. This is a seafaring nation. They are a very rich nation, both culturally as well as from a trading standpoint. They survive on what they take from the sea and what they reach out and trade in. Their ships are exquisite. They are both delicate and appear to be very modern in construction and strength, capable of cross ocean sailing both ancient and modern at the same time."

Describing the inhabitants McMoneagle said they looked like modern man, at approximately five feet, five to five feet nine in height. "The men and women mostly have soft brown hair, with green to hazel eyes. Some have blue eyes, but it's a rarity. They speak a language which appears to be somewhat like Sumerian but probably predates it. Their written language is probably older than Sumerian. It is a fluid script like nothing I've ever seen before. It has no vowels which are assumed. Their math is quite similar to our own, except that it excludes zero," his report said. He said the ancient inhabitants of the island had complex surgery, but preferred to use natural healing methods, or relieve pain and allow someone to die with grace and dignity. The natural length of life, he said, was approximately 100 years of age for both sexes, and the normal size of a family was four. Religion was Monotheistic, centering on a Prime Energy. "They are non-violent. They do not believe in capital punishment. There are no locked doors. Formal teaching takes place within temple/schools from age five until age nine, and then there is a form of apprenticeship that takes place over a number of years according to the skill set chosen.

"All those over age sixty are honoured as historians, except the infirm, who are cared for as infirm. The form of currency is family honour and consistency. Dishonour breaks the bonds of feed and support, exiling the family from the city forever."

Tiny.2 nli

It didnt work well for the Soviet Union, think they would'a seen that, remotely, huh??

link, T1