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4.0 out of 5 stars Looking Back
This book was published in the late 1990s, so our NOW is McMoneagle's future. It is interesting to see the difference between his 'hits' and his 'misses', especially as some of the 'misses' are, on a closer re-reading, very close to being 'hits'.
For example, he seemed to have missed 9/11, but read the book carefully and you will find that he does indeed catch a...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Overrated
This book was recommended to me by a friend. I kept waiting for the author to "tell us something new". I'm still waiting. Most of the concepts of remote viewing have long been public. Stephen King's novel Fire-Starter, and Stargate, both the movie and the series all revealed the existence of remote viewing. Spying using psychic assistance is still- spying...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Looking Back, 14 Dec 2013
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
This book was published in the late 1990s, so our NOW is McMoneagle's future. It is interesting to see the difference between his 'hits' and his 'misses', especially as some of the 'misses' are, on a closer re-reading, very close to being 'hits'.
For example, he seemed to have missed 9/11, but read the book carefully and you will find that he does indeed catch a disaster in New York, he just ascribes it to a mini nuke. Same for the 2 tsunamis. The Indian Ocean one is clearly a 'miss' but last year's Japanese one may be there, just mis-directed. He noted a big quake/volcanic eruption in Hawaii round about now. What if he got Japan and Hawaii confused? They're both Pacific islands after all.
He caught the 'credit crunch' but played it down, saying that there wouldn't be a 1930s style depression and he was spot on for the 2nd Gulf War. He also mentioned Afganistan several times but without adding that US/UK troops would be engaged there. All in all, he did pretty good. Only thing is, he rckons that the Middle East is just going to keep on throwing up hotspots. Maybe some politicians really OUGHT to read this book - and learn!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A best buy for your reading dollars., 8 Oct 1998
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
If you ever met this man, you'd like him. If you listend carefully, you'd think he was brilliant. If you spent enough time to learn his thoughts on the future, you'd think a long time about what he has to say. This book is exceptional and watch it soar up the bestseller list. What he writes has already proven to be true, much of which is discussed in Stieger's new book Alien Rapture. Both books convince you that they had "Inside Information." Most Highly Recommended.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Brilliant Book - Captivating and Very Articulate, 1 April 1999
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
This is a MUST READ book for anyone who plans to be alive, either tomorrow or any time, thereafter. McMoneagle's "The Ultimate Time Machine" starts out with an introduction for the uninitiated, such as myself, that is a down-to-earth tour of the related psychic concepts. In this tour, I was warmed up with the author's focused viewings of some important pieces of mankind's mysterious past, before being launched into his revelations of an exciting future.
The Predictions -
Although the book is laid out in logical sections that group related predictions together, even within these sections I found myself on an eye-popping roller-coaster ride of what McMoneagle says we and our children are all shortly in for.
What I liked most about this book is that McMoneagle doesn't just lay all of the predictions - good and bad - down on the reader. He has taken the time to sew them together so that the book as a cohesive whole has meaning. He wraps the predictions and his analysis with a soft intensity and a wisdom that says this is Earth, this is mankind, this is the probable tomorrow, come rain or shine, and it is really a pretty darn good one.
This is one of the most interesting books I have ever read and I hope it is not worn out before I start to pass it down through the generations.
-don
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For folks who fear the future, this book will ease your mind, 7 July 1999
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
If you have attended any of the Monroe Institute's workshops, there is no doubt you will buy this book! McMoneagle's first book was a tough read, this book is very different, more like sitting in conversation with him.
The author is a level headed, military type. The information in his book has a grounded, non airy fairy feel to it. If you are a nuts and bolts type of person, but curious about the non physical, I recommend you read this book.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book! Very relevant descriptions of our future., 23 July 1999
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
Half of the book discusses Remote Viewing; the second half gives unusually specific "predictions" of the future. I found his view of the future very believable but not as reassuring as some of the reviewers below. There are some wonderful things coming our way and we do not all get destroyed in a nuclear holocaust. The prospects of war, biological terrorism and economic hard times in the immediate future are, however, pretty unsettling. I've re-read the parts on war and the stock market several times. If the Pope dies near the end of this year (1999), I'm going to do a lot more re-reading!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Responsible and compelling treatment of a difficult subject, 29 Jan 1999
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
Stylistically, a vast improvement on Mind Trek whose more intellectual parts made for rather congested reading, although the narrative parts were gripping.
In Ultimate Time Machine the writing style has clarity and warmth, while the content retains the hallmark of McMoneagle's responsible and highly intelligent approach to his subject.
It is this which makes it easier to absorb some of the more unlikely of his remotely viewed visions of the past and future. (It is worth remembering that the future always turns out to be unlikely....).
McMoneagle strikes one as brave and honest man who sticks to the truth of his experience and reasoning.
Remote viewing is a subject which has become increasingly fascinating since Targ and Puthoff's seminal publication, Mind Reach; and Ultimate Time Machine is a book right at the front of the best of them.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Overrated, 13 Jun 1999
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
This book was recommended to me by a friend. I kept waiting for the author to "tell us something new". I'm still waiting. Most of the concepts of remote viewing have long been public. Stephen King's novel Fire-Starter, and Stargate, both the movie and the series all revealed the existence of remote viewing. Spying using psychic assistance is still- spying. The government doesn't release information on anything that you should know. The saving grace of the purchase was the information on the author's concept of time. Save your money- Edgar Cayce's technique was much better!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I'm awestruck! Fantastic!!, 18 Nov 1998
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
Yes, Joe McMoneagle has a work here that blows away "Mind Trek", and hey, that's a phenomenal book. But it's in "Time Machine" that he gives the reader true insight into the nature and power of remote viewing, and shows us that collectively we still know so very very little about it. A sense of awe is present throughout the entire reading. This one will be looked at as a genuine masterpiece for years to come. Read it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Qualified Recommendation, 16 Nov 1998
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This review is from: Ultimate Time Machine: Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millennium (Paperback)
Before you read this book, read David Morehouse's Psychic Warrior or McMoneagle's Mind Trek to familiarize yourself with the concepts behind Remote Viewing. The Ultimate Time Machine presents a tempered view of the future, teasing the reader with too-brief glimpses into future technology, changes in society, wars and the nature of time and space. The power and promise of Remote Viewing has never been more evident than in this book. The Ultimate Time Machine titilates with the possibility of Remote Viewing being used to pull cures for major diseases and details of new technologies from the future, as well as preventing future tragedies such as biological warfare. It is interesting to note that Remote Viewing holds the promise of changing the very future that Mr. McMoneagle predicts.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A sesible guy, 28 Sep 1998
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I have met Joe McMoneagle while attending the Guidelines seminar at the Monroe Institute. From talking to him I find him to be a very resonable and sensible guy. The subjects that he talks about are very far out but he presents them in a very down to earth way.
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