The term "ideogram" refers to a mark on paper, a spontaneous drawing that is the involuntary physical expression of the viewer's first kinesthetic encounter with the target area. The ideogram thereby arises involuntarily as a physical expression ...
The term “Gestalt” is a central concept in the original terminology of Remote Viewing. Precisely because it is a loan word from the German language, we come into conflict with the translation here, because the meaning of the word is different in RV linguistic usage.
The signal line model is one of the original word creations of Ingo Swann, the inventor of the method, who used this vocabulary to give Remote Viewing its identity, which is still coherent today. When translating the idea into the German language, the translation "Signal line" is more coherent ...
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.
There have been a number of trials in the past that have gathered evidence that human PSI skills, such as remote viewing, are influenced by external factors. [more ...]
Russell Targ, who with Harold Puthoff researched and named the phenomenon in 1972, wrote an open letter to the Wikipedia platform in 2014, showing many arguments why their classification of RV as "pseudoscience" is incorrect [more ...]
Remote viewing is not a protected term. Due to a lack of general terminology, the term is now used as a synonym for all possible variants of PSI-based perception. [more ...]
The term “remote viewing” would probably be a more precise description than the literal translation of “remote viewing” - it is not directly about seeing. [more ...]
Many different questions can be explored with Remote Viewing. Particularly attractive is also the possibility to illuminate places and situations independently of space and time and to search for solutions. [more ...]