Daz Smith

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Daz Smith has been practicing Remote Viewing in the UK since 1997. Over the last two decades he has practiced Remote Viewing and developed it to a level where he is very comfortable with his overall accuracy and ability and can confidently pass this on to clients.

Daz Smith is probably the best known private researcher on the history and history of RV in the Remote Viewing scene, who provides his knowledge in great detail on his very extensive website. One can see him as a ” Remote Viewing chronicler”.

Many examples of Daz’s Remote Viewing projects can be found on his website and on many others where he demonstrates Remote Viewing sessions to the public. These include major projects such as the more than four years of work at the Farsight Institute for Courtney Brown on the Climate Change Project, the Multiple Universe Project, the Mysteries Project, and others. All of these projects involved viewers from different schools of Remote Viewing methodology working together to achieve common results.

Daz has also worked over 250 missing persons cases to date for U.S. law enforcement agencies in collaboration with the Findme Group, client projects, and private Remote Viewing consulting group work.

In March 2009, Daz created and published the first Remote Viewing magazine – *eight martinis – available for free download, or order a printed copy through MagCloud. The magazine focuses on Remote Viewing, its uses and applications in the real world.

In 2010, Daz graduated from the Lyn Buchanan P>S>I Operational Certification Program.

Daz has worked for and with some of the most important names in the field of Remote Viewing over the past decade: Lyn Buchanan, Courtney Brown Ph.D., Paul H. Smith Ph.D., Angela T. Smith Ph.D., Alexis Champion, for an IRVA’s Warcollier Prize project by Debra Lynne Katz, and many other public and private remote viewing work and projects.



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