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The Foundations of Controlled Remote Viewing

The Foundations of Controlled Remote Viewing


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Tom McNear, Paul H. Smith (Editors)

The Foundations of Controlled Remote Viewing

PSI.VISION | Series on Remote Viewing

Volume 2 of the publication series on non-local perception, published by the Institute.

The book is currently in preparation, pre-orders are accepted (for shipping abroad, to clarify individual shipping costs, please order by emailing the publisher).

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The first long-term use of Remote Viewing as an intelligence collection method, now known as the STAR GATE Project, was the largest government-funded program in the history of parapsychological research in the Western world.  The development of Remote Viewing was carried out over a period of more than 20 years (1972 to 1995) by researchers in collaboration with US military and intelligence agencies. To the program we owe the first written Remote Viewing Protocol (CRV), which is the origin of all protocol variants used today.

“Truly one of the very best books on RV, I‘m sure it will be very well-received!  When anyone requests from me a comprehensive resource on RV, I will recommend your book.  Congratulations!” 

— Hal Puthoff

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Weight 900 g
Dimensions 17 × 24 × 2 cm

ca. 300


Softcover, Fadenheftung

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