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Cosmic Explorers: Scientific Remote Viewing, Extraterrestrials & a Message for Mankind

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In Cosmic Voyage, Dr. Courtney Brown proved the existence of extraterrestrials using Scientific Remote Viewing, a system of paranormal surveillance developed by the military. Cosmic Explorers goes one step further and introduces us to a new race of alien beings -- a species which could prove a serious threat to our planet....
Hardcover, 260 pages
Published July 1st 1999 by Dutton Adult
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Paul Darcy
by Courtney Brown, published in 1999.

First off the cover of this book splashes the PH.D. after Courtney’s name, just so you know he has the credentials to validate what he speaks of . . .

Um, yeah, okay.

Now I really love these kinds of books, books filled with alien conspiracies, hidden bases and four foot tall “Greys” lurking on the periphery sampling our DNA so they too can survive.

But I like them for what they are, not what they purport to be - the truth. Courtney is selling this urban (cosmic
I originally purchased this book when I was introduced to the concept of Scientific Remote Viewing. I was looking more for a how it works type of thing with perhaps a case study, and seeing the PHD I thought this book would be an OK read.

Although entertaining, this book was a quite out there for even myself. I'm all for topics that are not mainstream, but this is science fiction with an "it's real" explanation. While I do think SRV can and does work in certain situations, this book takes it to
Contrary to some reviewers here, I think the author showed a great deal of courage writing this. I found him to be honest and credible, I have no doubt that he fully believes what he is writing is the truth to the best of his understanding.

Remote viewing is, as Russel Targ once said, straight out of Patanjales' Yoga Sutras, go inward and all sorts of abilities will be found.

I will definitely read more of this author's work.
Interesting in detail to remote viewing. The alien aspect of the book I approached with some skepticism. I found some of the claims rather anthropocentric and the treatment of the "Grays" somewhat different from what I feel is likely.
Ian Drew Forsyth
Not as well written as Cosmic Voyage
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