posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 02:54 PM
Here's some information on Remote Viewing.
Remote viewing is the action taken by a remote viewer. If that sounds like a vague definition, it is. Such is the present state of the
parapsychological world. "Remote viewing" is presently a generic catch phrase which can mean almost anything dealing with parapsychology. It has so
many definitions that it no longer has a meaning, and therefore causes much confusion. When a person claims to be a "remote viewer", it does not
signify that he/she is a controlled remote viewer. In fact, it signifies only that the person is a practitioner of some undefined parapsychological
method, often self-devised and completely uncontrolled. In such a case, saying that a person is a "remote viewer" does not tell you anything about
what they do.
Controlled Remote viewing is a science which was developed in the laboratories of Stanford Research Institute, International, in Palo Alto,
California. The development was funded by the U.S. government, in the hopes that the researchers could find a way to take an average soldier, teach
him/her how to do the work of a top-notch psychic, and then have him/her tell the commander what was over the hill, and where to point the guns. The
problem was that CRV was a full science, and just could not be taught in a short military course. Therefore, a special unit was developed for
operational military work.
The research arm of the development was performed at SRI. At the same time, the operationions arm was performed at Fort Meade, Maryland by U.S.
troops, as they put the science into operational military applications.
The the general public between "remote viewing", which is basically a new term for "psychic", and "Controlled Remote Viewing", which is the name
of the very highly developed and rigid science, developed at SRI and used by the U.S. government for almost a quarter century for intelligence
Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) is a highly formalized and reliable method for obtaining intelligence information by purely mental means, without the
use of external electronic and/or mechanical devices, logical deduction, or the normal five senses.
CRV is fully trainable and can be used to collect information for both military and non-military purposes, both logistical and tactical.
CRV is not based on parapsychology, but on the understanding that psychically-derived information is available to the subconscious mind, but not
normally to the conscious mind. CRV is simply (and only) a methodology for bringing information from the subconscious to the conscious, using the body
as an “interpreter” between the two. As such, it is more a martial art than a “psychic” phenomenon. It does not require trance states,
"magical" or "spiritual" interactions, or aids such as drugs, electronic enhancements, etc. In fact, it is more of an “interview and report”
process, whereby the conscious mind interviews the subconscious to gain the necessary information. The “viewer”, is therefore not trained to
“magically connect to the universe”, but is instead trained to simply know and use the proper methods and techniques for both the interview
process, then for the reporting process. These proper methods train the person to convey the information cleanly and without pollution, bias,
misinterpretation, or editing. It is a very cut-and-dry process which can be learned by anyone, and does not require outstanding or exceptional