Remote Viewing

Remote Viewing or Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) is defined by the Defense Department of the United States as “the learned ability to transcend time and space, to view people, places and things remote in time and space, and to gather information on the same.”

Remote Viewing classes were studied, researched and further developed by the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in Palo Alto, California using a $50 million dollar endowment from the government. The head of the research team was Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff, both laser patent holders and physicists. The research information was released into the military intelligence community to collect future information during the cold war era.

I’ve earned the destinction of Master Remote Viewer through my training with Dr. David Morehouse, who was recruited into the CIA program in 1987.

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