As a highly decorated major general in the US Army, Stubblebine was the key figure in the establishment of secret service programs for the use of PSI phenomena. He is considered the main sponsor of the famous STAR GATE project and massively supported further research on the practical applicability of remote viewing.
British Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). His research interests include the early universe, dark matter, general relativity, primordial black holes, and the anthropic principle.
Brett Stuart has spent over 10 years researching various forms of meditative practices and perceptual techniques, including remote viewing. He is the founder of Technical-Intuition, has selectively coached hundreds of students over the past five years.
Burkhard Heim (1925-2001) was a German physicist whose main work - the attempt at a unified field theory that was supposed to bring quantum physics into line with the theory of relativity - represents a reliable theoretical basis for the effectiveness of remote viewing according to the current state of the art.
As a suspect draftsman, Christopher uses intuition and remote viewing to draw suspects for unsolved cases for various forms of law enforcement and families of murder victims. He is one of the certified intuitives working for Pam Coronado's non-profit Project Search For Hope.
Courtney Brown, Ph.D., founded the Farsight Institute in 1995 and is the director of this unique non-profit research and educational organization to this day. Dr. Brown's primary research interest at the institute is in the new field of "sociophysics," a science that combines mathematics, social science, and physics with the study of consciousness.
Dale E. Graff, retired aerospace engineer / physicist, is a past director of the STAR GATE program. He currently leads seminars and workshops and does independent research on PSI phenomena, including ESP, remote viewing and precognitive dreams.
Nowadays David Morehouse is mainly active as a teacher for remote viewing. He was deployed as a military remote viewer in the INSCOM / DIA program and served from 1987–1991 in Fort Meade during the SUN STREAK project. Later he also worked as a salaried RVer for PSI TECH (1992).
Daz Smith has been practicing Remote Viewing in the U.K. since 1997. Daz has been the editor of *eight martinis magazine since 2009.
Debra Lynne Katz will be doing her PhD in Psychology (Awareness & Society) at the University of West Georgia in July 2021. She has a Masters degree in Social Work with a BA in Psychology. She has been doing remote viewing and parapsychological research for several years and worked / studied for three years at the Ingo Swann Remote Viewing Archive at the University of West Georgia. She is also the director of the International School of Clairvoyance, one of the first schools of its kind to offer successful distance learning programs via teleseminar and webinar.