We’re remote viewing the Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery.
The Blood Mystery is a perplexing mystery. As you may or may not know, I have been employing every means possible to solve the mystery.
The Bloody Obvious
What is the Mystery? If you haven’t seen Blood Mystery, I will put it simply. Strange blood does not just show up on the floor of a tent. Especially on the very last day of a Bigfoot hunt in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State.
However, what the remote viewers from Simeon Hein’s Opening Minds Institute discovered when I asked them to look at the blood mystery was so astounding and shocking, it became necessary to create an entirely new movie.
Remote Viewing The Mystery
Of course, viewers will see the process of remote viewing as it happens. At the same time, viewers will be able to see exactly what the remote viewer is looking at through a process called Controlled Remote Viewing.
Simeon Hein assigned his remote viewers a target with no information whatsoever about what it is they were looking for. When I saw the initial results that spoke of strange craft, Bigfoot and even the political implications of the event, I wanted to see more.
Central Intelligence Agency Techniques
When I started to see the same results from remote viewers and psychics alike, I wanted you to see more.
In Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed, you will see Central Intelligence Agency spying techniques. During Operation Stargate and in movies like Men Who Stare At Goats US intelligence agencies gathered intelligence outside of the scientific realm using these same methods.
Plausible Explanations For the Blood Mystery
In Remote Viewed, you will see the one thing no one has been able to offer yet. No one has been able to offer any plausible legitimate explanation how blood showed up in the tent shared by Igor Burtsev and me that strange morning, until now.
Matthew Heines is an author and veteran of the US 82nd Airborne Division with over twenty years of experience teaching in the USA, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Matthew Heines has six books currently in publication titled, My Year in Oman, Another Year in Oman, Killing Time in Saudi Arabia, Deceptions of the Ages, The Rainier Paradigm and Heinessights: Wisdom for the Ages. Currently living near Seattle, in Washington State, Matthew Heines is active in politics and has run, and is currently running for the US House of Representatives.