I spoke with Commander Z and he told me he wants to lower the price even more – down to 99 cents or even free – but his publisher isn’t letting him at the moment. Now, with all of that in mind, knowing that this man: many years of remote viewing training military program, VG ops, u dont go back from that because what u see changes u.
my book explains more https://t.co/o D9P82Xrat — Commander Z (@timewave666) February 8, 2017many will consider it very “out there”, but Commander Z very eloquently explains how we have all (for the most part) been conditioned to think that what he is revealing to us in his book is “out there” (ironic, isn’t it? However, for the people who can read with an open mind, the contents of the book are fascinating – and scary.
When I say scary, though, I mean scary in the way that it lights a fire under you to get ready for what we all know instinctively is coming.
As for the book itself: The first chapter is written in first person by Commander Z, then the rest of the book is a transcript written in a question and answer format moderated by “Dan Martingale” (a fake name, as the book points out).
On top of this, this tweet was used by Commander Z as a way to draw readers of his original tweet into learning about a much more serious situation that he wants to urgently warn people about: nuclear war is coming, and people need to start planning immediately.
When he first tweeted, he also announced he would be coming out with a book that would explain everything.
He notes that he is asking the questions because many readers may be distracted from the important information in the book if they were left wondering why questions about these topics weren’t asked and answered.Now, before we get too deep into this, it is my duty as a writer to let you know the odds of someone predicting the exact score of the Super Bowl.Depending on what source you read, the chance of predicting the exact score can be anywhere from 1 in 15,000 to 1 in 500, with the most common being 1 in 1000.D.: Prepare for Global Nuclear Conflict”, so much more frightening.The book isn’t terribly long, and it is a quick (albeit terrifying due to the knowledge it contains) read, and is available on Amazon.
Remote viewing has many definitions, but Wikipedia explains it as: “[T]he practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target, purportedly using extrasensory perception (ESP) or “sensing with mind”.” The man says he was trained to remote view, or, “see” the future during a decades-long career.