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 ...
Of the four main characters who have been involved in researching and justifying the method since 1972, only two are still alive today. One of them, Russell Targ, was the producer of the film "Third Eye Spies" (2019). The producer managed to get such a large number of people who belonged to the "original cast" in front of the camera, as it will probably never be possible again. [more ...]
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 ...]
A striking number of remote viewers have either artistic or technical professions. The artist “Stage3art” works directly with stage 3 impressions from his sessions.
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 ...]
The first long-term use of remote viewing as a technique, the "Star Gate Project" is the largest funded program in the history of parapsychological research. [more ...]
Many different questions can be researched with remote viewing. The possibility of illuminating places and situations and looking for solutions, regardless of time and space, is particularly appealing. [more ...]