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What is Remote Viewing? – Part 2

Some people have a heightened sensitivity when it comes to sensory information, such as kinaesthetic or other senses and a few get to see the target with great clarity. The term “remote viewing? stuck, however, and was good enough to receive funding from the intelligence agencies.

Putoff and Targ tasked others to help them learn more about remote viewing. Ex-police commissioner Pat Price was also skilled in remote viewing. Price had his own system that allowed him to view where he imagined that he was located at the target site. Price was so impressive that he was hired by the CIA.

Another viewer, by the name of Joe McMoneagle (or “Remote Viewer No. 1), worked with the Defense Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Army. His abilities were proven to be phenomenal in describing and sketching remote locations. He was even presented with a Legion of Merit award after he’d retired, partly due to his five years of viewing missions for various government agencies and the military.

Coordinate remote viewing

Swann, however, had the ability to describe what he was dong with his mind and attention while viewing, which others weren’t able to do. This enabled him to establish a teachable system that anyone could learn. It was called CRV: Coordinate Remote Viewing.

The system works on the basis of separating out noise from signals in your mind while viewing. During the session, all information is recorded but the remote viewer puts the signal and the voice on different places on a piece of paper. Once the session is over, the viewer separates them.

The U.S. Army used this method as a basis of remote viewing protocols to teach a number of viewing groups. The programme continues until the mid-90’s when it came declassified; in the last two decades, around $20 mn was spent.

Random number generator research

Princeton University’s the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (PEAR), run by Brenda Dunn and Bob Kahn, also spent 20 years on researching remote viewing and micro-psychokinesis by exploring how human intention affects Random Number Generators (RNGs).

Dunn and Khan discovered that, when assessing the results of hundreds of thousands of trials, each subject was capable of influencing around two or three events per 10,000 random coin flips, apparently moving the device away from randomness in a way that couldn’t be explained. The odds that chance dictated these results were an astounding 375 trillion to one. There’s more chance of winning the lottery

For more on remote viewing

If you wish to further educate yourself on remote viewing, there are numerous books available authored by individuals who took part in the programme, including Dale Graff, Ingo Swann, Paul Smith, Lyn Buchanan, and Joe McMoneagle, as well as researchers such as Ed May and Russell Targ, who conducted and analysed the earlier experiments.

There are also books available from those who studied remote viewing independently after the close of the official programme, from the likes of Angela Thompson Smith, Courtney Brown, and Dean Radin.

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