Courtney Brown is an author, mathematician and social scientist. He teaches in the Department of Political Science at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Brown is also the founder and Director of The Farsight Institute (www.farsight.org), a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to the study of remote viewing.
Through the Farsight Organisation many projects have been created and run by Courtney and the remote viewers he has assigned to them. In the middle of last year Courtney started the Time-Cross project which has been a major success at predicting events around the world, a month before they occur. The accuracy has been astounding.
The events, which are the “targets” for the project, are the most newsworthy situations of a given month. They’re determined by the rules of the project and an automated process involving news. The remote-viewing sessions have all been recorded live on video and uploaded to YouTube. YouTube lists the publication dates for the videos so people can be sure that the remote-viewing sessions are done the month before.
Dr. Brown just published a new video which is an overview of the Time-Cross Project. He talks about what their team has learned after running the experiment for a year. As a result of the success he explains that the experiment will get even more exciting as we move into the future.
You can find out further information about the Time-Cross remote viewing project over on the Farsight website here, which includes all the embedded YouTube recordings of the monthly remote viewing predictions.
Within the menu over on Farsight there is a section titled “Free Projects”. Within you will find past remote viewing projects such as the Great Giza Pryamid, Climate Change 2008-2013, Base on Mars and more.
What may also appeal to you is mysteries projects which also sit under the “Free Projects” heading. Included projects range from the JFK assassination, Atlantis, Adolf Hitler, 9/11, the Phoenix lights and a lot more.