Tracey’s Remote Viewing Lecture, Manchester, UK

By | September 29, 2019

This was finally posted a few weeks ago and only now are we getting to post it here! This is Tracey’s first full-length lecture, which she gave in July 2019 at the Machester UK Awakening UFO Conference. The actual title of the talk was “The Final Frontier is in Here: Remote Viewing, ET, and Beyond.” It was extremely well received, and I know it marks only the beginning. Tracey was able to describe the remote viewing process in ways no one has previously been able to do, at least as far as I’ve been able to see. 



14 thoughts on “Tracey’s Remote Viewing Lecture, Manchester, UK

  1. laughingspirit

    Tracey….OMG! That was a great presentation. I always wondered about “suspected contact activity”. I wake up after one of those and draw what I have encountered. Nice to know that I am not the only one.

  2. Domi Vallée

    wow… just watched your presentation Tracey. It was like a “goosebumps festival” for me. Thank you so much!
    This might just be the little kick in the butt I needed to stop procrastinating and share my experiences on the new forum. 🙂 Hopefully in the next few days I’ll make the time.

  3. Dean Williams

    I thought you did really well, Tracey. I admit I set the playback speed to 1.25, but I do that with everyone but the fire hose man (Grant Cameron). 🙂
    Even though remote viewing is not one of my main interests, I found myself surprised when you came to the end of your talk. It went by fast, which means it held my attention. The examples you showed were surprising!
    Great job!

    Dean (dcw56)

    1. Tracey

      Thanks Dean.
      Yes I was finding my “sea legs” so to speak and was pretty slow the first 30 min getting my nerves under control for my first lecture. I wish I could tell every one to watch it on 1.25!
      Thanks so much 😉

  4. Skirk

    I watched Tracey’s presentation earlier today and I agree that she did a great job, I learned more again on the subject that she also covered on Intelligent Disclosure a couple of weeks ago. She certainly showed how passionate she is about the subject and her experiences with it.
    I don’t think she ever needed to drink her water, I would have finished the bottle within the 5 minute mark!
    I was fortunate enough to talk with her and Richard in Toronto, I do not know how they are able to converse with all the people that want to talk with them and remain so gracious and always informative.
    Kudos to both of them.

  5. David LoVecchio

    OMG! I hate that acronym but had to use it in this case because when Tracey described what happened with her dog after she pulled it out of the house I initially took it literally and was horrified! I’m just sitting hear doing my work, enjoying an interesting talk about OBEs, remote viewing, and whatnot AND THEN A DOG EXPLODES!? WTF!? And she just went on like it was no big deal that she had had a precognitive cue that turned out to mean her dog was going to explode! Finally, light dawned on Marblehead and I understood (at least hopefully understood!) that her dog had needed to go to the bathroom. I am more familiar with the behavior of dogs in that context! LOL! ROFLCopter even!

    1. Tracey

      HI David,
      Oh my gosh it never occurred to me that people might not know what I meant (dog explodes comment)! Yes I meant it in the sense of a bathroom situation lol. I never planned that story in the lecture actually. Nerves make you do funny things. But it was all true. I will have to be careful how I phrase that if I ever say it again haha.
      Thanks for the comment 🙂

      1. David LoVecchio

        If you were nervous it wasn’t readily apparent. Generally I think when speakers become nervous they tend to go down one of two paths: they either speed things up and the structure of the presentation suffers or they pause, breathe, exercise self control and keep the structure together. You did the latter and maintained your poise while doing so. That’s not easy! In closing I’ll leave you with an amusing and relevant quote from Jerry Seinfeld :

        “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. This means to the average person, that if you go to a funeral you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”

  6. Linda Miller

    Thanks Tracey – that was really interesting, especially so after seeing the Member Vid a week or two back. You would never have thought this was your first presentation on RV. Well done! 🙂

  7. Edhubble

    Well done, Tracey. You definitely present this topic in a unique way and by that I mean you bring more clarity. I’ve watched many videos on remote viewing and always came away with a lingering confusion over the way it was described. Your way of explaining helps to see it in a clearer way. It’s still very weird! But I totally agree that it was probably an innate skill that we have lost over time. The fact that you align this with dreams really strikes a chord with me as well. Thank you.

  8. Lazy Mystic

    Good Job, Lady T!
    I am glad you followed your calling to share your experiences.

    When we all met in Newport 2 summers ago, i was glad you connected with Barbara L.

    It is important to distill subtle or unusual experiences into a digestible jargon to help others relate to what you experienced. You aredoing a good job at that, i cheer you on yo write & share more of your experiences.

    I hope to share some of mine if i meet you guys again.

    Take care.

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