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Truth IS stranger than fiction
Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2018
If Lyn Buchanan is telling even half the truth about the psychic skill of remote viewing and the US governments involvement in its development, then truth indeed is stranger than fiction, and possibly more hopeful and exciting that routine reality. As other reviewers have noted, Buchanan talks like a person who has been there and proved the ability, no matter how contrary to normal sense perception it seems, for himself.
And as he repeats often, it is a skill that can be learned, but not easily. Perhaps then best of all, he provides a series of exercises through which patient students can experience and verify remote viewing for themselves. So far I have only toyed with a few of the techniques, but they do make sense, and evidently a person can gain from the processes even without the need or desire to become a remote viewer. Personal gain in awareness from just reading this and similar books is not insignificant, especially at this point in human evolution where what was once considered exotic or paranormal ability might well be essential for survival. As Lyn puts it in the book: "As one person becomes more self-aware, it raises—at least a little—the level of awareness within mankind. The implications of this basic fact are enormous."