Remote Viewing: Effective Target Pools
In the early 1970s, Stanford Research Institute began a US government-sponsored ‘psychic spying’ program using a technique called Remote Viewing. Using psychic ability and scientific protocol, top-secret and vital information was obtained.
Joe McMoneagle, one of the top agents, believes that people can be trained in remote viewing. However, it requires a huge commitment and a highly disciplined mind.
The presentation will be about the use of photographic targets in training, and what makes a better target. Where are these targets obtained, and why there is a difference in some targets from others? Joe will talk about the conditions within which a target should be given and why, and explain the differences between outbound targets and photographic targets. He will also talk about why Intent by all participants is important, as well as expectations for the outcome.
Joseph W. McMoneagle is a retired Army Chief Warrant Officer with 12-plus years of service overseas as an Intelligence Officer. He has 34 years of professional expertise in the research and development of numerous multi-level technical systems, the paranormal, and social sciences. His experience includes protocol design, collection and evaluation of statistical information, prototype design and testing, Automatic Data Processing equipment and technology interface, management, and data systems analysis for multiple systems.
Joe is the owner and Director of Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc., which has provided support to multiple research facilities in the area of Anomalous Cognition [AC] in the production of original and cutting edge information for over 26 years. He was a member of the Army Star Gate Program from start to finish; is a full member of the Parapsychological Association, and as a psychic, Joe has worked for the CIA, DIA, NSA, DEA, Secret Service, FBI, and most other agencies as well as the Department of Defense.
Joe has successfully demonstrated remote viewing more than 50 times on national level television in 7-countries with a better than 80% success rate. He was a special advisor to the Commander of the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, as well as the Army Chief of Staff for Intelligence. He has 28 military awards to include the Legion of Merit and holds the rank of Knight Commander in the Order of St Stanislaus. He has also authored four books on Remote viewing and its history: Mind Trek (Hampton Roads Publishing, 1993), Ultimate Time Machine (Hampton Roads, 1998), Remote Viewing Secrets (Hampton Roads, 2000), and Star Gate Chronicles, Memoirs of a Psychic Spy (Hampton Roads, 2002).