Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
March 25, 2008
The Intuitive-Connections Network
Remote Viewing

Controlled Remote Viewing: A little known bit of history

By Lyn Buchanan

Controlled Remote Viewing is a discipline devised by Ingo Swann, PhD, while working on a government contract with Stanford Research Institute to look into the science behind intuitional performance in general, and "psychic spying" in particular.

Controlled Remote Viewing

A look at a Web Site.

A Spiritual Look at Remote Viewing

Skip Atwater was in Army Intelligence when he "happened" to be Johnny on the spot with his knowledge of remote viewing to create the military's psychic spying operation. He was, in fact, McMoneagle’s trainer.

Living The Field A Conference Report

By Angela Thompson

Described as a "Masterclass to Tap Your Extraordinary Potential", the Living The Field conference was organized by Lynne McTaggart, author of The Field, and held in London, England, April, 2003.

Captain of my Ship, Master of my Soul

By Skip Atwater

Book Summary by Lorrie Kazan

Remote Viewing is a perceptual technique based on an innate human ability to mentally perceive and describe things separated or blocked by distance, shielding, or even time.

Remote Viewing Challenges Self-Actualization

A response to Lyn Buchanan’s book:

The Seventh Sense: The secrets of remote viewing as told by a psychic spy

Sticking your eyeballs into someone else’s mind should be something that the person should be able to detect and defend against, in the same way that one’s immune system casts off alien organisms.

Value Added Remote Viewing

By Henry Reed

What has to be added to remote viewing to make it a useful tool for self-actualization?

Remote Viewing and Self-Realization

A commentary by Henry Reed on:nRussell Targ's book:

Limitless Mind

Edgar Cayce used remote viewing himself sometimes, like when he announced from his self-induced clairvoyant consciousness that his next client had not yet arrived at home where he was to be for his reading from Cayce, or when Cayce noted that the prescribed remedy, "oil of smoke" was hidden in the back room shelf of the pharmacist.

Captain of My Ship Master of My Soul

By F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater

Book Summary by Jed Bendix

Atwater's first encounter with "remote viewing" was as a teenager. Skip loved to work on car engines. Atwater soon discovered he had the ability to close his eyes concentrate and see inside the engine. He could see broken engine components or the oil flowing within the motor.

Remote Viewers:
The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies

By Jim Schnabel

Book Summary by Dan Bales

The attempted legitimatization of Remote Viewing during the Cold War has unfolded like a well conceived drama. But as is popularly known about truth, it is sometimes stranger than fiction. And like all the journeys that are perfect for our lives, we emerge from our sagas changed.

Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate--America's Psychic Espionage Program

By Paul Smith

Book Summary by Dan Bales

Born and reared amidst bureaucracy and hierarchy, Remote Viewing as a term and concept was created to discriminate it as a subject that is perceptual, rather than phenomenon that is purely psychic.

Thoughts Through Space: A Remarkable Adventure in the Realm of the Mind

By Sir Hubert Wilkins and Harold M. Sherman

Book Summary by Jed Bendix

This book is a good historical rescue adventure and it is loaded with excellent advice on how to perform telepathy and remote viewing. Remember, one way to know if telepathy may be secretly at work for you is if there are synchronistic events occurring.

Mind-Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Abilities

By Russell Targ & Harold E. Puthoff

Book Summary by Jenna Cowles-Ludwig

Remote viewing (RV) is the ability to see things with the mind's eye that are blocked from normal sight by physical constraints. Because of impeccable, scientific experiments conducted in the late 1970's - performed occasionally by the very skeptics that sought to disprove them - remote viewing has been established as a viable human skill.

The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena

By Dean I. Radin

Book Summary by Denise L. Dahl

Over three hundred years ago, the world was divided into a physical world and a world of personal experience. But things changed when quantum mechanics was discovered in the 1920s. Physicists began to study things that were invisible and this forced them to adopt the idea that they were not separate from the object they were studying.

Remote Perceptions: Out-Of-Body Experiences, Remote Viewing, and Other Normal Abilities

By Angela Thompson Smith

Book Summary by Sue Beardslee

Like a moth drawn to flame, Angela Smith embarks on a journey to make sense of her own out of body experiences which began when she was eight years old. This book is an account of that journey, incorporating her personal experiences and extensive research.

Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing

By Joseph McMoneagle and Charles T. Tart

Book Summary by Kate McRaith

Near death experiences, out of body experiences, psychic functioning, the paranormal, all of these are terms that are far more familiar in present day mainstream society than they were 20 years ago.

The Stargate Chronicles: Memoirs of a Psychic Spy

By Joseph McMoneagle

Summary by Michael Lynch

McMoneagle gives a very clear and very specific definition of what constitutes the protocol of remote viewing (RV). He is equally explicit about what does not qualify as remote viewing. For him, the key ingredient is the scientific research method known as double-blind.

The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told By a Psychic Spy for the U.S. Military

By Lyn Buchanan

Book Summary by Denise Dahl

In the late 1960s the U.S. intelligence community became aware that Russia and other Eastern bloc countries were using psychics who could use their mental abilities to obtain information about a target located anywhere in the world by accessing their subconscious mind. As a result of this information, a small group within the U.S. intelligence community began to explore the idea of psychic spying.

Limitless mind: A guide to remote viewing and transformation of consciousness

By Russell Targ

Book Summary by Gabriela Drinovan

New perspectives are open for ESP researchers by studies performed in the last five decades in the world laboratories where thousands of experiments in perceptive capabilities of people have been conducted. It seems that it is in anybody's power to benefit from an expanded consciousness beyond the limits of our usual functions and that becoming aware of facts that are distant in space or time is a matter of mind training.

Journeys Through Space and Time

By Kate McRaith

Shamanic journeying is the practice of entering an altered state of consciousness and traveling through different planes of reality for a specific purpose, usually to serve, help, or heal members of the community. A person who undertakes this journey is called a shaman. As with remote viewing, the body remains where it is in time and space while the awareness leaves. Shamans are a bridge between the human and spirit world and have been evident in human history for tens of thousands of years.

Mental Radio

By Upton Sinclair

Book Summary by Jed Bendix

Upton Sinclair became first aware of the supernatural as a young man when he met a Unitarian minister who claimed to be able to talk to ghost. Several years later, Upton's wife, Mary Craig Kimbrough, persuaded Upton to research the paranormal. As a result, from 1928 to 1930, Upton and Mary did over 300 hundred telepathic experiments.

Mind to Mind

By Rene' Warcollier

Book Summary by Jed Bendix

Rene Warcollier, who Joe McMoneagle refers to as the "father of remote viewing," conducted very interesting experiments in ESP. During his research, Rene developed three concepts crucial to understanding and performing ESP. The concepts involve: models of the mind, information transfer, and signal-to-noise ratio.

The Ultimate Time Machine

By Joseph McMoneagle

Book Summary by Jed Bendix

One of the top military remote viewers, with several other books on the subject to hs credit, Joe McMoneagle applies his skills to remote viewing the future. Besides learning some more secrets about successful remote viewing, readers also learn how to see into the future and learn what Joe sees waiting for us.

Applied Remote Viewing: Project Blind Awareness

By Jenna Ludwig

A man explained to psychic Carol Ann Liaros (who is Senior Trainer at the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies) that although he had been totally blind for over 41 years since the age of four, he could see the auras of those around him. This led Carol Ann to consider the prospect of teaching the blind to "see" through the use of their psychic abilities. The result was "Project Blind Awareness."

To See the Unseen

A Report on a Remote Viewing Workshop

By Leena Rose Miller

For a remote viewing exercise, I contacted Edgar Mitchell and invited him to 'hold' a remote target for the group from his home, which he readily agreed to do. He chose his favorite piece of memorabilia from the Apollo mission the hand controller or joy stick that he used to land the lunar module, attached to a wooden box and displayed in a case in Edgar's home office/study.
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