The PSI unit team on training with Paul H. Smith. This journey started as an adventure and stayed that way until the end: Two viewers starting on the most recent of four different remote viewing training programs—and starting once more from scratch. It was exciting, informative, adventurous – and very hard.
Mel Riley was the unit's first official military remote viewer at Ft. Meade. He served there from 1976–1981 and a second time from 1986–1990. He was significantly involved in the development of military remote viewing.
Today's CRV (Controlled Remote Viewing) was developed with the goal of being able to transfer "natural psychics" capabilities to selected non-media trainees. In addition, protocol-based work had the effect of allowing cleaner analysis of the data and dealing with the problem of AOLs.
The pure definition of "remote viewing" only says something about the ability of the human mind, not about the means that are used for it. Over time, there have been two main approaches that we will briefly put together ...
Hella Hammid was the first civil person to work with Russell Targ and Dr. Harold E. "Hal" Puthoff. She was the first female remote viewer, at all the first "normal person" viewer without prior psychic experience ...
We are approaching the 50th anniversary of the Star Gate program at the SRI. In September 1972, the official engagement of the US government and the secret services was established, which led to over 20 years of intensive research in the field of ESP phenomena and PSI applications.
A striking number of remote viewers have either artistic or technical professions. The artist “Stage3art” works directly with stage 3 impressions from his sessions.