Eleven hours of instruction from the masters of remote viewing
Remote viewing is the ability to describe persons, places, and events via some aspect of consciousness that cannot presently be explained. This ten DVD set is the professionally produced broadcast quality record of the most extraordinary Remote Viewing conference ever held. The material for the disks was originally filmed in November 2003, at the annual Schwartzreport Conference on Issues in Consciousness, co-sponsored by the ARE, Atlantic University, and the International Remote Viewing Association. For the first, and very probably only time in history, the Founders of Remote Viewing, as well as others who have played a significant role in the field, assembled and discussed how Remote Viewing developed, how it is done; what it has been used for; and, what it means. The presentations are an historical record that includes pictures of legendary viewings that have become benchmarks in the history of Remote Viewing. They come from the actual intelligence projects, archaeological discoveries, and experiments. Many have been rarely seen, and would be extremely hard to locate from other sources. This DVD set, in conjunction with Nemoseen’s CDs, comprises a complete course on the art and science of Remote Viewing, taught by the masters of the craft.
Nemoseen’s DVDs and CDs offer scientifically based, clear, simple instructions to guide anyone through a Remote Viewing experience in a way that is as rich as anything a person would experience in a laboratory. The validity of this material has been tested hundreds of thousands of times over almost thirty years of research at laboratories and universities all over the world.
At the personal level, Remote Viewing expands our definition of what it means to be human. At the social level, it opens our view of the world to another dimension of the self and adds to our store of knowledge as to how we as humans fit within our universe.
The SRI Years — Hal Puthoff, Ph.D.
How did the CIA become involved with Remote Viewing? What actually happened? This presentation comes from the physicist who ran the laboratory. Puthoff explains how he founded the original CIA Remote Viewing program to determine whether Remote Viewing might constitute an intelligence threat if used against the U.S., by potential adversaries. With his colleagues Russell Targ, Ed May, and others, he carried out seminal work from which emerged some of the first papers on the subject to be published in mainstream scientific journals such as Nature, the Proceedings of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), and AAAS Symposium Proceedings 57 (American Association for the Advancement of Science). SRI was asked by Schwartz to participate in the Deep Quest submarine project he was carrying out. Here are the stories of what happened and the lessons that were learned. Puthoff is the Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin, Texas.
Remote Viewing Joins the Army —
Major Paul Smith, USA (Ret.)
What really happened in military intelligence? For seven years Smith worked for the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency as a Remote Viewer, and knows the answer. Smith was the chief coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) theory instructor for the government program, and was primary author of the government CRV manual. And he performed hundreds of operational Remote Viewing sessions as a government viewer. Smith is now president and chief instructor for Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc., which provides training and operational support for Remote Viewing.
Exploration with Remote Viewing — Stephan A. Schwartz
How was Cleopatra’s Palace found with Remote Viewing? What happened during the submarine project known as Deep Quest? At the same time that the CIA program was developing at SRI Schwartz, as the Research Director of the Mobius Society began a parallel effort using Remote Viewing for archaeological exploration and other applications. The Mobius Protocol that evolved employed specialists from several scientific disciplines, a “four team” approach, and the use of multiple viewers. For more than 30 years Schwartz and his teams have used it to locate archaeological sites both on land and undersea. Shipwrecks, buried buildings, palaces, and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, sites lost for centuries, have been found this way, often where other search techniques had been tried, and had failed. Schwartz’ presentation, also includes the intellectual roots of Remote Viewing, showing rarely seen material covering over 100 years of research. Schwartz, who organized this conference, and produced these disks, is still doing research, particularly a 25 year long project, in which over 3,000 people have participated, to view the year 2050.
Remote Viewing and The Biosphere — James Spottiswoode
Is there a particular time to do a viewing? What difference does earth’s magnetic field make on Remote Viewing? There is no one better able to answer these questions, and others involving the biosphere, than James Spottiswoode. He describes how he discovered the local sidereal time effect that earned him the 1999 Parapsychological Association’s Outstanding Contribution Award, and explains how to work with it. Spottiswoode has been actively involved in psi research since the early 1980s and has worked with SRI and Mobius, as well as several other labs. He is currently the president of GeoTech, and Executive Vice President, and Chief Statistician of National Research Group, both in Los Angeles.
Remote Viewing and Hemisynch – Skip Atwater
A second view of the Army experience. Atwater, while serving as a U.S. Army Counterintelligence Special Agent volunteered to participate in the Army’s Remote Viewing program, and initiated the program now known to the world by the code name Star Gate. During his tour at Fort Meade, with Smith, and Graf, he underwent training at The Monroe Institute, near Charlottesville, Virginia. He developed a training process to enhance the skills of the Army’s Remote Viewers using The Monroe Institute’s audio technology known as Hemi-Sync. Atwater explains the program, which involves specialized sound forms, breathing exercises, guided relaxation, affirmations, and visualizations. Now retired from the Army, he is the Monroe Institute’s Research Director.
From Remote Viewing Onwards — Russell Targ
Targ, trained as a physicist and was already a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications when he joined Puthoff in the CIA-funded SRI investigation into Remote Viewing. He describes where his interest in Remote Viewing has taken him over 30 years, and his sense of its being a part of the inner-journey described by spiritual teachers. After leaving SRI, Targ returned to his original field of laser physics, from which he has now retired. He devotes himself to the study of extraordinary human functioning and its context in religion and society.
Remote Viewing and Dreams — Dale Graff, M.S. Physics
Graf has been involved in various aspects of Remote Viewing research and applications for over 25 years. In 1976, he became the first Department of Defense (DOD) contract manager for the Remote Viewing research being done at SRI by Puthoff and Targ. In 1981, he joined the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) where he continued his integrating and liaison role for Remote Viewing research and applications and assessments of Communist countries activities in Remote Viewing. In the late 1980s, he was assigned as Director of the Army’s Remote Viewing application unit based at Ft. Meade, Maryland where he worked with both Smith and Atwater. Now retired from government service he continues his research, focusing especially on dreaming and Remote Viewing.
Remote Viewing as a Tool for Self-Actualization —
Henry Reed, Ph.D.
Reed is a visionary psychologist who is widely recognized for evoking dreams and visions to create extraordinary experiences for others. Reed describes this visionary imagination approach, its incorporation of Remote Viewing, and explains how he built it on principles he found in the Edgar Cayce readings. Reed is presently Senior Fellow at the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies.
Edgar Evans is the youngest son of Edgar Cayce, and perhaps the only person still alive who can talk from direct personal knowledge about the nature of Cayce’s famous and unique abilities, much of which would be characterized as Remote Viewing today. This is the only time Edgar Evans has addressed the subject of Edgar Cayce’s Remote Viewing. He repeatedly witnessed his father giving what were called “readings”, and had a son’s intimate exposure to his feelings and attitudes about his gifts. Edgar Evans is now retired from a professional career as an electrical engineer.
Remote Viewing Experiences from My Past,
Paths to the Future —
For many Remote Viewing begins with Swann, an internationally known fine arts painter who has demonstrated extraordinary skills in several areas of anomalous human performance. While working at SRI he coined the term Remote Viewing, now so widely in use. Swann has worked with Targ and Puthoff, as well as Schwartz, and was deeply involved in several of the secret Remote Viewing government programs. He rarely speaks publicly and this opportunity to hear him describe his early experiences, and to learn the insights he has distilled from 30 years of Remote Viewing are not to be missed.
Implications of Remote Viewing’s Power –
Stephan A. Schwartz
Remote Viewing is usually discussed in terms of the power of an individual, and that is very significant. But perhaps the most significant importance of this modern mental martial art is the sense of empowerment it gives, as well as the viewers have that one is connected to a network of life, something larger than oneself. Remote Viewing has gone from a laboratory curiosity, to a tool for scientists and spies, to a social movement. Schwartz, who has studied the power of small groups to effect social change, sees this linkage and the personal transformation that comes from developing these skills as, in the long run, the important thing to come out of this research.