posted on Feb, 20 2005 @ 06:44 PM
This new skill was developed originally for the department of defence at around 1969 to 1979 during the end of 1979 the military disbanded the project
known now as remote viewing.
TRV® is the trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events — targets — distant in time or space, while
conscious awareness remains totally “blind” to details about the target itself. It is a data collection skill. Like any other skill, practice is
required to become proficient.
The TRV techniques result in an accurate transfer of information from the viewer’s unconscious mind into conscious awareness, before the aware,
creative, and analytical part of the mind has time to distort, contaminate, or otherwise interfere with the data flow. The target information is then
converted into words or sketches, using only a pen and plain white paper. During this process, the viewer becomes linked directly to the collective
unconscious — also referred to as the Matrix.
While at work, a viewer’s mind-body state could be generally characterized as one of high attention. (To an unwitting observer, a PSI TECH viewer
could easily be mistaken for someone engaged in an attempt to solve a difficult math or science problem). Conscious focus shifts between the tasks of
directing the trained unconscious in a systematic exploration of the assigned target, breaking out (decoding) the target-associated gestalt patterns
of information, then rendering the data as detailed words and sketches, (or models, if necessary). Meticulous attention to Technical Remote Viewing®
structure is required not only to correctly acquire the target and maintain lock-on but, additionally, to prevent subconscious analysis and/or
imagination from interfering with the unconsciously acquired signal.
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There are also books on this new technology and there is an institute that you can go to online or drive down to where you learn how to use this
"dormant" ability and if you
are really talented you could probably join the special ops team that they have.
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