George McMullen - The Story Tellers IRVA 2006
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(Oct 15, 2007)
The late George McMullen, dean of archaeological remote viewers, shares his thoughts on working in the field, and tells us some of his interesting stories. Indeed, he addresses the notion of the Story Teller - the person in ancient cultures whose role it was to tell the stories that held the fabric of people, events, mythology, and history together. Mr. McMullen explains his role of Story Teller. By using resources available to consciousness, he "looks down" through the archaeological layers, surveying the site with his mind to find the stories that are there, both pleasant ones and ones not so pleasant, but true nonetheless. He tells us of the liabilities of being a remote-viewing archaeologist - expect to be treated, he says, in ways that you might not always welcome. But he also gives us his positive reflections and insights from a life of psychically exploring the residue of bygone times. As a cap to his interesting presentation, he shows artifacts from and gives details of some of his more fascinating explorations.
George McMullen, is the author of One White Crow and an intuitive archaeologist and forensic remote viewer who performed archaeological remote viewing with many experts including Dr. Norman Emerson, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of Toronto; Hugh Lynn Cayce, son of Edgar Cayce of the Cayce Foundation and the Association for Research and Enlightenment; and Stephen Schwartz, The Mobius Group. He has been a research subject and has looked at intriguing mysteries including the Great Pyramid and Sphinx; the Knights Templar; the Crystal Skulls; Copper Mining in Minnesota; the Lost Colony and other subjects relating to the American Indians.
In criminology, McMullen has accompanied private investigators Raymond W. Worring and Whiney Hibbard. In addition to locating ancient archaeological sites, finding missing people and solving crimes, people have asked McMullen to help them by looking into past lives; sources of hauntings; and locating oil and mineral fields that do not impinge on historic Indian land.
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