Sunday, 26 August 2012

Increase your psychic abilities by 400% during 13.5 local sidereal time

Remote viewing was used by the military for years.  Studies have been done which show that a Remote Viewer's ability increased by up to 400% during 13.5 Local Sidereal Time (LST).

Sidereal time tracks where we are relative to the stars and is used by Astronomers to track stars.  It shifts by approximately 4 minutes every day.  13.5 LST corresponds with (you are perpendicular to) the center of the Milky Way galaxy. The very center of the Milky Way, Sagittarius A* is a strong source of radio waves and probably a massive black hole.
Ref: http://www.jsasoc.com/docs/JSE-LST.pdf and http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/level5/Glossary/Glossary_S.html

There is a 400% increase in spiritual/psychic/energy healing at 13:30 Sidereal time; 200-300% increase in abilities between 13:15 and 13:45 Sidereal time, and 200% increase in abilities between 12:45 and 14:15 sidereal time.


What is Sidereal Time?
http://www.astro.cornell.edu/academics/courses/astro201/sidereal.htm

Determine your latitude and longitude here:
http://universimmedia.pagesperso-orange.fr/geo/loc.htm

US Navy Local Apparent Sidereal Time Calculator:
http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/sidereal.html

Make sure you enter East or West appropriately from GMT (North and South America are West)

Aside from the desktop sidereal clock below, you can also download Sidereal clocks for your smart phone.

Download a Sidereal clock for your desktop:

Calculate LST for a specific day:

Longitude West of GMT should be entered in as negative.  Also, make sure you convert and input time in hours in decimal (minutes/60 minutes).  Further, you need to take Daylight Savings Time (DST) into account.  So in the EST time zone, the local time zone is actually -4 instead of -5 right now.  This means that you need to add an hour to the local time used to calculate 13.5 h LST.  For example, if you entered 9 am to get 13:30 LST, then 13:30 LST would actually be at 10 am that day until the end of DST (November 4th, 2012 for North America).

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