Lyn Buchanan – Solving the Crisis in Japan

by on March 16, 2011      

in Emergency & Disaster, History & World Events, Parapsychology

Lyn Buchanan

Lyn Buchanan

It can be said that disasters and other crisis situations bring us to a place of greater receptivity. The more urgent and dire the crisis, the more quickly we should become receptive to new ways of doing things to expedite the delivery of needed solutions. Given the potential for worldwide radiation exposure (and associated health risks) due to the crisis situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, I was prompted to reach out to former guest Lyn Buchanan, the founder and executive of Problems Solutions Innovationsm to explore the potential for using controlled remote viewing to aid Japan in this time of crisis. A professional remote viewer for over 30 years and a controlled remote viewing teacher, Lyn Buchanan served in the military’s Psychic Spy Unit at the Stanford Research Institute. Lyn Buchanan’s story is documented in his book The Seventh Sense: The Secrets Of Remote Viewing As Told By A “Psychic Spy” For The U.S. Military. Our ultimate goal is to resolve the dangerous situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. If you feel called to help us in this humanitarian endeavor, we strongly encourage you to contact The Rainmaking Company as soon as possible at (626) 398-8652.

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1 Michael Hampton March 18, 2011 at 9:23 am

Kim,
Your wonderful interviews are attracting a Global audience. I am based in Hong Kong, and my GreenEnergyInvestors dotcom forum has over 4,000 members who are mostly in the UK. But many others are in places like New Zealand and Japan.

I have mentioned your excellent interviews with Lyn and described then as “Must Listen” material.

Please continue to favor us all with your generous contributions to global understanding.

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2 david longenhagen April 29, 2014 at 6:03 am

Hello, I would ask if you have seen the Piri Reis map. I ask you if you would to look off the coast of china. If you had the capability of mapping the world, would you draw japan that way? Look across the ocean, at “California”, again with the talent exhibited why would you leave out the Rocky Mountains? One final thought train look, the great lake south of Tibet. I believe the map shown are ancient remote viewed maps, unfortunately the maps were intermingled and presented are both past and future maps. it is my opinion that the southern japan is about to drop 95 to 115 feet into the ocean. then shortly after another 200 feet. but its just a private view.

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