A golmine of info about remote viewing
Posted 24 December 2008 - 01:45 PM
Project Stargate: The History of Remote Viewing
In 1975 the United States Government, namely the CIA, first began their investigation into what is known today as remote viewing. You may or may not be aware that for twenty years the government used these viewers to gather information on everything from spies, to missing hostages, to missing airplanes. So what is a remote viewer and what abilities do they have?
First, we must begin by emphasizing what remote viewing is not. It is not the same as psychic ability nor is it an out-of-body experience of any sort. It is a scientific method of gathering information from the subconscious by strict protocol and structure. Remote viewing can be taught, and because of its scientific composition it can also be proven with hard data. Basically, it is a developed method that allows your conscious mind to communicate with your subconscious mind and as a result ultimately with the universal subconscious.
STARGATE is one of the many names given to the Army’s classified clan of remote viewers. This project was hidden deeply within the government for close to two decades. The work of Harold Puthoff Ph.D., at SRI international http://www.sri.com/index/html joined with the work of others at the Cognitive Science Laboratory (http://www.lfr.org/csl) helped to supply the CIA with the framework of what was then known as Project GRILLFRAME. By 1978 America’s first remote viewers were at work. It is rumored the cold war was responsible for the government’s interest in remote viewing because Russia had spies not dissimilar to our remote viewers.
Most of what the RVers were asked to view remains classified even though the project was closed down in 1995. Many of the involved viewers choose to remain anonymous. Joseph McMoneagle, Lyn Buchanan, Paul Smith, and David Morehouse are a handful of the participants who have come forward with their knowledge. There are also many civilian remote viewers who have gained their skills under the instruction of some of these men.
Be wary if you are considering paying for RV training under just anyone. There are many others who claim to be remote viewers who simply are not. Using a military trained and tested viewer, or his company, for instruction in remote viewing is by far the best option.
Remote viewing gives the viewer knowledge of a thing, situation, or environment, sometimes at uncanny distances. There have been cases where viewers can view not only the past, but the future as well. They view what is called their “target” without having any idea what that target is when they begin. Usually they are given a set of numbers from which they have been known to extract anything from smell, sound, shapes, and emotions about or around the target site. There are even detailed illustrations of exactly what the target site looks like in some sessions.
It is debatable to some whether the government still harbors a set of remote viewers behind cloaked walls. The original viewers verify that the project they were involved in has been shut down. The abilities of remote viewers are at times limited and at other times genius. Some are more talented than others. Some have strengths in areas where others are weak and vice versa. For those who follow this subject and it’s masters one name certainly stands above the others. Joseph McMoneagle. For whatever reasons, Joe has tuned this science into an art and he is considered by many to be America’s best remote viewer. His accuracy speaks for itself. For more on Joe visit: http://www.firedocs....oteviewing/jo...
Thanks to its founders, remote viewing sessions have been kept track of in detail. Data collected from sessions can determine accuracy on any number of given details at a target site. For example, if ViewerD continuously determines sounds at a site and always misses the emotions present, the data from his sessions will indicate this.
Remote viewing is a relatively young method with a history that is still being composed. A viewer could spend a lifetime studying and practicing RV without ever reaching his full potential. For this reason I speculate that all the abilities available to us through RV have yet to be determined or even discovered.
For more information on the history of remote viewing or for inquires regarding training please visit the following sites:
Lyn Buchanan’s site: (PSI): http://www.crviewer.com/ Paul Smith’s site: http://www.rviewer.com/ PJ’s site: (lots of good info here): http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/
Suggested Readings: Mind Trek-exploring consciousness, time, and space through remote viewing and The Ultimate Time Machine both by Joseph McMoneagle Psychic Warrior by David Morehouse Remote Viewers by Jim Schnabel
When you come to the edge of all the light you know and
are about to step off into the darkness of the unknown,
faith is knowing one of two things will happen:
there will be something solid to stand on
or you will be taught how to fly.
(Barbara J. Winter)
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