At a remote-viewing exercise for advanced students earlier this year, students from Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment were asked to record their impressions while looking at the backs of nine large manila envelopes. Images of the Big Ben monument in London, the Statue of Liberty with a plane overhead, a cross near Egypt symbolizing the Coptic Pope, tornadoes, flooding, and coronal mass ejections (CME) were just a few of the dozens of drawings that foreshadowed upcoming news events.
“Every person has some sort of psychic ability, and this exercise develops each person’s skills,” said JZ Knight, President of RSE and channel for Ramtha the Enlightened One. “The school curriculum involves training people to use the latent abilities in their own brain as a daily exercise and integrate that into their lives. Accurate results in March and April from the February retreat confirm the power of remote-viewing.”
Remote-viewing is simply described by researcher Stephan Schwarz as “a mysterious human ability to know things in spite of being shielded from that knowledge by time or space, or both.” In addition to laboratory study on the topic, Schwarz and his team have successfully used remote-viewing for archeological discoveries.
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Klein has been a student of Ramtha for 27 years and employed by JZ Knight as the Event Services Manager at Ramthas School of Enlightenment for 7 years.