Ian Parkin is the author of this post.
What types of remote viewing are there?
In clairvoyant psychic readings ARV is one of the main types of remote viewing used to transcend the boundaries of time and space and perceive future events.
Has it ever occurred to you that clairvoyant remote viewers are finders of things, such as lost pets, missing children or misplaced wedding rings? Or that they can be a huge help in locating your lost pet or possessions? Psychics performing real remote viewing also work with law enforcement to locate missing persons and/or criminals.
Don’t expect instant gratification and be aware that sometimes psychics can’t precisely hone in to the distant locations of your lost items, lost pets or people. When your psychic is open to receive, the target may send messages containing clues about how to find them. For instance, your psychic may see snippets of the area where a missing person or pet is at present - a big oak tree beside a river, traffic noises, several planes overhead (indicating a nearby airport) and so on. There is no doubt remote viewing adds another dimension to a psychic’s techniques. And, you can get the insightful rewards!
What is remote viewing? Remote viewing is not one exact thing, it is an assorted bag of phenomena. Although there is an emphasis on ‘viewing’, remote viewing partially centers around experiences related to visibility of an object, place, person, etc. There are degrees of telepathy, intuitive abilities, clairvoyance and more that contribute to all types of remote viewing.
How does remote viewing work? In this mode of extrasensory perception (ESP) a clairvoyant can use the natural psychic receptivity of telepathically hone in on people and locations at great distances. Transcending time and space, remote viewing psychics can encounter and describe events in the past, present and future.
What is CIA Stargate? The Stargate Project was a top secret project for gathering intelligence. The modern history of remote viewing tells us that it was conducted by the U.S. Government and intelligence agencies during the period 1972-1995 at the Stanford Research Institute. U.S. Army Intelligence Officer Joe McMoneagle was one of the first involved in these classified operations and early psychical research experiments. SRI formally separated from Stanford University in 1970 and became known as SRI International in 1977. The protocols for the CIA's Remote Viewing Program at SRI were established for research to lend a scientific slant to psychic abilities, such as remote viewing, clairvoyance, out-of-body experiences and so on. Initially, their set of protocols were used for espionage against the Soviet Union. Researchers conceded the CIA's types of remote viewing abilities worked.
Additional information - Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room
Who started remote viewing? Co-founder of the ESP Research program at SRI - Russell Targ - writes in his book - The Reality of ESP . . . "We developed the psychic perception technique we called remote viewing, which proved to allow a person to quiet his or her mind of mental chatter and accurately describe and experience places and events blocked from ordinary perception by distance or time." "Our research has been replicated worldwide".
Who is Ingo Swann? Ingo Swann is an artist, psychic and scientist. He was the first target identifiers used by Russell Targ and Hal Puthoff in the Stanford Research Institute’s Remote Viewing Tests. In his book Everybody's Guide to Natural ESP Indo writes: "Only those individuals who have made some effort to locate and understand ESP as a personal experience will be in a position to comprehend more fully the potential of ESP. They are the advanced thinkers who will redefine the boundaries of consciousness and provide the foundation for the new age of applied ESP".
Who is Major Paul H. Smith? Paul Smith served as an operational remote viewer, training instructor, unit historian, recruiting officer, and security officer during the early experiments for the Star Gate Program at of SRI-International. He was the primary author of the program’s CRV training manual. Paul was personally trained by the creators of remote viewing - Ingo Swann and Dr. Harold Puthoff. His book Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate: America's Psychic Espionage Program is available on Amazon
Who is Lyn Buchanan? Lyn Buchanan was selected for the Stargate Program because of his unique psychic abilities. Lyn was transformed from an ordinary soldier into one of the nation's leading psychic spies. He went on to train military personnel to utilize their inherent psychic abilities as a data-collection tool during the Iran hostage crisis, the Chernobyl disaster, and the Gulf War. His book The Seventh Sense is available on Amazon.
Is remote viewing proved by science? YES! Statistics professor Jessica Utts, at the University of California Davis (UC Davis), began her detailed 1995 CIA-commissioned assessment of the SRI's types of remote viewing researched by writing, “Using the standards applied to any other area of science, it is concluded that psychic functioning has been well established. The statistical results of the studies examined are far beyond what is expected by chance. Effects of similar magnitude have been replicated in laboratories across the world.”
Can remote viewing be learned? "Remote viewing is so easy to do that it has become a cottage industry. I will tell you how to quiet your mind and learn to separate psychic signals from the mental noise of memory and imagination. You already have the ability - I’ll help you use it." - Russell Targ in The Reality of ESP.
The documentary movie Third Eye Spies (2019) tells the true story of physicist Russell Targ, his cold war psychic spies and his fight to bring this information public. Evidence is presented by a Nobel Laureate, an Apollo Astronaut, and many formerly undercover military “remote viewing personnel” and scientists that worked extensively for the U.S. Intelligence community.
Is remote viewing linked to Scientology? In the early remote viewing trials, clairvoyants Ingo Swan, Harold Puthoff, and principle investigator Pat Price were involved with Scientology at the time. Each left the church soon after.
Is remote viewing astral projection? Some types of remote viewing are similar to astral projection, except we do not leave our physical bodies and fly or float to various places. You might relate real remote viewing to ‘armchair travel’, where only your consciousness projects out and around the world and cosmos. A major difficulty in mastering remote viewing is that normal humans consciousness is bounded by time and space. The idea of allowing your mind to wander and experience adventures in faraway places is hard to believe - but this is a natural psychic ability many people can develop. You must stretch your mind beyond the capacities of the five normal senses to master this new way of perceiving information.
How can I train myself in remote viewing? Dr. David Morehouse's Remote Viewing students find their way to him from a range of diverse backgrounds. He lectures and educates across the spectrum of human interests. Students of his remote viewing course include medical doctors, researchers in science, medicine and technology, engineers, homemakers, physicists, students, artists, and alternative practitioners. Well over 11,000 students of his remote viewing system have been trained in the United States, Europe and other far-reaching parts of the globe. His Remote Viewing Training Course available at Amazon.
Read more about the types of remote viewing here.