Interview with U.S. Army Remote Viewer Joe McMoneagle explains how his people, targeting our own people at the CIA, FBI, Secret Service, that sort of thing. Joseph McMoneagle learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army – he was Remote Viewer # in the Army’s STARGATE program – and was awarded the Legion. Buy a cheap copy of Remote Viewing Secrets: A Handbook by Joseph McMoneagle. Joseph McMoneagle was one of the original remote viewers recruited into.
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The science of remote viewing addresses the issue of proving that the phenomenon exists, and this can range from detailed descriptions of laboratory set-ups to statistical analyses of numerical data. Smith, Forge Books, Return to Book Page. Transistence Sci Fi Web Series.
Process discussions primarily address experiential issues, but they can also involve detailed examinations of both raw and statistical data. This book is a “must read” for anyone serious about learning how to remote view, and it is a highly recommended book for those with more modest aims who simply want to know more about the subject.
I suggest that this apparent contradiction actually reflects a level of uncertainty that exists in the entire RV field, and Mr. McMoneagle co-wrote an episode of the psychic science fiction show The Dead Zone. McMoneagle’s early career was as an NCO and he retired after 20 years as a chief warrant officer.
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Nonetheless, the cautionary side of Mr. He then describes from his own experience what remote viewing can and cannot accomplish, which is a useful point to make since so many people new to remote viewing mistakenly think that RV can be used to perceive just about anything with great accuracy, especially numbers on a lottery ball. People who reach this level no longer have to think about it, they simply do.
He grew up surrounded by alcoholism, abuse and poverty. Linda Meyer rated it really liked it Sep 17, Elizabeth rated it liked it Jan 05, Views Read Edit View history. McMoneagle is an expert who has had extensive training, and has practiced and researched RV very seriously for decades.
This book teaches you how to teach yourself. All articles with self-published sources Articles with self-published sources from February All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from April Articles with permanently dead external links CS1 maint: Retrieved September 23, Not as pleased with his ego. This is not a criticism of Mr. McMoneagle is vitally concerned about remote viewers as people, and in this respect he is probably one of the most cautionary voices in the practicing RV community at the current time.
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Data Remohe and Computer Programs. Indeed, it seems to be a characteristic of Mr. Smith, McMoneagle predicted “several months” into the future,  and McMoneagle’s own accounts provide differing claims of accuracy of his remote viewing, varying from 5 to 95 percent  to between 65 and 75 percent. No trivia or quizzes yet.
He was involved in ” remote viewing viewibg RV operations and experiments conducted by U. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Learned a lot from him. Mar 04, Brian Montgomery rated it it was amazing. According to Dean Radin”The best psychic averages about 3 in 10, like the best baseball hitters. David viweing it liked it Feb 28, According to McMoneagle, remote viewing is possible and accurate outside the boundaries of time.
I still rated this book as fair for it did give some insight to a dead government program and his remote viewing journey. Tart, Hampton Roads Publishing Co. Psychic Investigator”during which he performed remote viewings related to unsolved police cases. He was among the first personnel recruited for the classified program now known as the Stargate Project — Trivia About Remote Viewing Se McMoneagle is the jkseph in this area.
Feb 20, Zack rated it liked it.
Someone else might feel reassured by all the protocol but to me it feels unnecessary, giving this book the effect of a detailed intellectual manual about something emotionally-based and impervious to knowability in this sense.
The Great Pyramid of Giza: McMoneagle is simply seeing the picture from various perspectives without firmly committing himself to only one point of view. Anybody who wants an introduction or overview of the RV field will appreciate this book very much.
The author is very careful to say exactly what he does and doesn’t mean when it’s important, this author is comprehensive, humble, direct, the book is very easy to read.
He enlisted in the Army inat the age of 18, to get away from the family turmoil. Yet he sometimes seems to contradict himself when at one point he seems to suggest that only the most gifted individuals be selected for RV training, but then claims that almost anyone can become the equivalent of a black belt in remote viewing as long as they have the long-term motivation to do so.
In particular, I look for aspects of a piece that will shed new light on the public’s understanding and appreciation of consciousness, life on Earth and elsewhere, the future, spirituality, and especially politics. His interests mcmoheagle include near-death experiencesout-of-body travel and unidentified flying objects. He may be the worlds foremost authority on RV, he’s certainly in the top After McMoneagle’s vague pronouncements of a metallic sound, a pedestrian bridge, something tall that isn’t a building, a river or running water, something with a stripe on it and perpendicular lines.
Army’s psychic intelligence unit at Fort MeadeMaryland.