Blog: Remote Viewing

What is Remote Viewing?

Remote viewing is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target, purportedly using extrasensory perception (ESP) or “sensing” with the mind. In a nutshell, it involves both sides of the brain. It is a full-sensory experience. Essentially, you’re tapping into your consciousness. As the Vedas teach, you are entering the nirvana state.

How does one get there?

Find a mindful meditative state (mantra, breathing, etc). Your mind must become centered. First, remain calm and let the information come to you. In layman terms, keep your mind on a leash–don’t draw conclusions and don’t make absolutes. If you begin to overthink the process, return to meditation and begin again. Finding your center is everything in RV.

This topic interests me because I’ve dabbled in it. I have provided a link to a few of my tasks. I have RVed over 20 times and I have done with 95% accuracy. ANYONE has the ability to do this. There are some principles you must adopt in order to be effective. First, you have to be disciplined. How have you become better at anything in your life? You’ve practiced! RV is no different. Second, you have to get out of your own head. If you have some kind of psychic ability you, of course, will have an easier time with it. However, having those capabilities is not completely necessary. It is a learned trait–most people don’t take the time to learn this trait, because we are all so busy in our lives.

How does it work?

I cannot give you a textbook definition as to how/why this works. For starters, if you believe the universe is one, then THAT is how this works. From a militaristic approach, they don’t know how it works and they have no way to block it–which I think was a big factor in the discontinuation of the program. There are various ways to remote view, and best practice is going to vary depending on the person. The general process goes as follows: there is a “tasker” and a “viewer” involved in the project. The tasker gives a coordinate or target; the RVer begins the process of viewing the target. You don’t have to have a geographical coordinate to view–it’s more so a mental filing system. It’s important to note that it’s not always a sure thing. Anything involving humans is going to be subject to some form of error. When it works, it works–when it doesn’t you can’t always pinpoint why. When conducting this type of study, discernment is 100% key. What you see may not mean what you think or mean the obvious. RVing is used as a tool. The best use of remote viewing is use information that would be “provable.” Targets must be blind to the viewer. Viewing is already an uber sensitive experience for the RVer (we’re dealing with people that can access their psychic abilities). You don’t want to tip off the viewer anything that could cause the viewing to be compromised. This also means that the tasker needs to have a really good poker face, because an RVer will begin reading the tasker before it even starts.

History of RV within the Military

Once upon a time, this was a 20 million dollar program of the United States Military headed out of Fort Meade. It was formally created within the US Military in 1975 and was designated as the Stargate Project. It was discontinued on 6/30/1995. However, just because it was discontinued to the public does not mean that it wasn’t assimilated into the Black Budget. The purpose of this project was that the government got wind that the Soviets were using consciousness to spy on us. So naturally, we started training in consciousness to spy on the Soviets.

            Let’s discuss the different types of Remote Viewing:

Extended Remote Viewing (ERV): the viewer is laying down trying to get to pre-sleep mode. This would be a hard type of RV to conduct solo, as it involves someone guiding you. At the end of the session, all of the information is recorded. This type of RV is closely associated with Skip Atwater.

Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV): the viewer sits at desk with paper and pen. This type of RV can be done solo. As the viewer is viewing, he/she records the information as he/she goes. This form of RV is closely associated with Ingo Swann and Hal Putoff.     

Written Remote Viewing (WRV): was considered a controversial methodology within the military, as it dealt with channeling from more of a witchcraft perspective. This was not typically viewed as legitimate in ideology and resulted in a lot of slander in name calling within the military.

Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV): is Courtney Brown’s methodology to RVing. Despite it’s name, it’s not very scientific—this methodology does not follow the standard protocol.

The leadership over Project Stargate changed hands many times. The Project began under the leadership of Skip Atwater at Ft. Meade. Here, physicists like Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff, were employed as parapsychology researchers at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). They are generally credited with coining the term “remote viewing” to distinguish it from the closely related concept of clairvoyance. According to Targ, the term was first suggested by Ingo Swann in December 1971, during an experiment at the American Society for Psychical Research in New York City. Also, a part of this class was Pat Price, a very skilled remote viewer who’s his claim to fame was that he remoted viewed underground alien bases.

Closure of the Program & Controversy

The program was controversial within the military. There were some schools of thought that wanted to see the project succeed, while others wanted it to go. Where exactly the budget was housed for Project Stargate skipped around a bit. Various Generals were entangled into the Project to see that it was continuing to be carried out. Typically, Generals don’t get in the trenches–so this was a pretty big thing for them to become involved. Parapsychology is often mocked and ridiculed because it cannot be measured by conventional methods–but does that make it wrong? Or incorrect? Nikola Tesla said: “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” Like many government projects that dabble in alternate universe, consciousness and ETs, it went to another government alphabet agency to die. In the early 1990s, the Military Intelligence Board, chaired by DIA Chief Soyster, appointed Army Colonel William Johnson to manage the remote viewing unit and evaluate its objective usefulness. Funding dissipated in late 1994 and the program went into decline. The project was transferred out of DIA to the CIA in 1995, where it was officially closed. It is my personal belief that they closed the project because they didn’t want the masses knowing that this type of psychic ability is tappable and reproducible.

In the 1990s, declassification occured of some of the military files that were specific to Project Stargate, which is likely why the topic gained so much popularity. It’s become a hot topic of a lot of sci-fi pop-culture movies and TV. If you’re a Stranger Things fan, Eleven is capable of remote viewing and astral projection, etc. She’s also the subject of MK Ultra which we’ll discuss later on in the season.

How you can become an RVer?

ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION ARE EVERYTHING–if you do not have an open mind, do not bother. There are various methodologies, as we have discussed. You do not have to fit into a RVing box. If you have your own methodology, that is acceptable as well. When starting out on this journey, make sure you are tasked with something that can be checked. You want something in the here and now that could tell you if you are on the right track in terms of tapping the consciousness. You will begin getting a feeling that what you are seeing is right. Have you ever had a moment when you said, “I had a feeling that was going to happen!” That is consciousness! Don’t picture whatever you are viewing–let the picture come to you. If you conjure up your own thoughts in your own head, you will almost undoubtedly get it wrong. Think of remote viewing as a data transmission. You are the computer receiving the signals…you’re not sending the signals. It’s a pretty cool experience and you will definitely shock yourself every time you get something right. DISCLAIMER: when you get to a point where you feel that you can task yourself, be aware of what you are wanting to remote view. There is a saying in RVing that goes something like “if you remote view the devil, just know that he could be looking back at you.” There is many a testimony of a RVer viewing something that he/she shouldn’t be viewing, and the RVer gets some type of psychological warfare targeted at them–likely 100% governmental BS. Happy Remote Viewing!

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