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Remote Viewing Secrets

Remote Viewing Secrets
Catalog # SKU0394
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name McMoneagle


Remote Viewing Secrets
A Handbook

by Joseph McMoneagle

Remote viewing is not simply using psychic ability to obtain information. It is using scientific protocol to develop and extend that ability, so that ordinary people can learn to do what "psychics" do.

This book teaches you how to teach yourself.

Joseph McMoneagle learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army - he was Remote Viewer #001 in the Army's Stargate program - and was awarded the Legion of Merit for his contribution to various intelligence operations. In Remote Viewing Secrets, the author of Mind Trek and The Ultimate Time Machine uses examples, exercises, and anecdotes to share what he learned and how he learned it, and gives you everything you need to begin developing your own abilities.

Remote Viewing Secrets is easily the most complete, authentic, and informative guide to remote viewing published to date.

"There is a lot of new information here. Recommended." - Library Journal

"An insider's perspective. McMoneagle bypasses the hype...and focuses on how remote viewing is practiced. There is a wealth of insight here that anyone could benefit from." - Richard S. Broughton, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Parapsychology, J. B. Rhine Center, Durham, NC

"Required reading for anyone seriously interested in understanding - or doing - remote viewing. McMoneagle not only has the best possible practical and theoretical understanding of it that anyone can have at this stage of our knowledge; he is so refreshingly sensible about it!" - Dr. Charles T. Tart, Ph.D., editor of Altered States of Consciousness, and Professor, Institute of Transpersonal

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Front-loading is an interesting term that was born out of remote viewing as it was being pursued with regard to applications only. After some years of effort, it was believed by many that in order to cut to the quick of a problem and not waste time with parts of the target that weren't material, you could simply "front load" the remote viewer. That is, provide remote viewers with a minimal amount of information pertinent to the target, which would get them to the important area of interest faster.

There is nothing wrong with this in theory, but there is a lot wrong in practice. It takes someone with profound expertise in the transfer of information - one human to another - to understand when they might be doing it inappropriately. We'd all like to think we know when that happens, but the fact of the matter is that we don't. What usually happens is that the viewer is told too much about the target. This injects an enormous amount of overlay and inventive creation into the process. It then becomes very difficult to differentiate between what is truly psychic information, and information that is solely based on logic. Some feel that it doesn't matter. And in the end it may not, if you achieve what you are hoping to achieve. But, in such a case you cannot state that it was remote viewing (psychic material) that saved the day. This encourages improper use of the remote viewers, teaches them dependence on front loading, and ultimately results in remote viewing being oversold.

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Perfectbound, 5.5 x 8.5", 296 pages

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