Manfred Jelinski, born in Berlin in 1948, studied psychology and mechanical engineering. He worked for many years as a film producer and director and ran a renowned independent film service company as well as his own cinema. Since his youth, his literary interest has been science fiction, because it used to be the only genre in which one could think ahead.
After he was “accidentally” confronted with the topic of remote viewing in 1996, he was stuck with it. He is now one of the leading trainers in this field and wrote the well-known basic four-part textbook series as well as other non-fiction books on the topic of remote viewing.
On November 8, 2007, Manfred Jelinski founded a working group of independent remote viewers from the German-speaking area. Its aim is to promote knowledge and skills in connection with remote viewing and the dissemination of this technology, to promote the cooperation of German-speaking remote viewers and to work on their coordination. The Remote Viewing Academy is a joint representation of those involved in public who have agreed on content and quality standards for this purpose.
The Remote Viewing Academy is nationally oriented and organizes events for information, training and further education.
- Remote Viewing – The Textbook Part 1-4: Technology of Remote Viewing | Complete edition
- The bar at the end of the universe 1: Remote viewers in Germany report, 1st approach: 2003
- The bar at the end of the universe 2: Remote Viewer in Germany reports, 2nd approach: 2007
- The bar at the end of the universe 3: Remote viewers in Germany report, 3rd approach 2011
- The bar at the end of the universe 4: Remote viewers in Germany report, 4th approach 2015
- The bar at the end of Universe 5: Remote Viewer in Germany report, 5th approach 2019
- Dance of Dimensions: Remote Viewing in Germany
- Steps into the Future: Remote Viewing and the Laws of Change
- Bilocation and removal: Remote Viewing – Special Issue 1
- The grays in Louisa’s landscape (novel)