Remote Viewing is a method of gathering data by transcending space and time. The remote viewer sits quietly, with their eyes closed, and uses some innate, possibly dormant ability to accurately describe activities, events, objects and geographical locations all over the planet (and beyond) in the past, present or future.
This strange, unexplained ability is called psi, and is more commonly known as ESP, clairvoyance, precognition, psychic phenomena, or telepathy. The controlled, goal oriented, methodological approach to using psi to transpond space and time by perceiving the past, present or future is called Remote Viewing. With proper training, remote viewing can be utilized by anyone. As with any other skill or talent, the level of remote viewing ability varies from person to person not unlike athletic skills or musical talent, but for the most part, everyone has some built-in psi abilities.
If you are skeptical - as you should be, you are probably thinking that this whole notion of gathering information through no known physical means is impossible and merely a result of selective experimentation and delusional wishful thinking. I certainly did. If it's true, then where's the science?
Well, consider this: According to a META study conducted recently by Dr. Dean Radin of UNLV, a summary of all psi (remote viewing) experiments conducted by universities and research organizations, showed an astounding overall effect size (objective method of evaluating experiment results as compared to what could be expected by chance) that resulted in odds against chance of ten million to one. Some individual studies actually resulted in odds against chance of over 100 billion to one! The META study summarized the results of over 5.5 million individual trials that spanned the last century.
According to Professor Jessica Utts, a statistician from the University of California, in a report assessing the statistical evidence for psychic functioning requested by Congress and the CIA, "It is clear to this author that anomalous cognition is possible and has been demonstrated. This conclusion is not based on belief, but rather on commonly accepted scientific criteria. The phenomenon has been replicated in a number of forms across laboratories and cultures." And regarding continuing research, she adds "I believe that it would be wasteful of valuable resources to continue to look for proof. No one who has examined all of the data across laboratories, taken as a collective whole, has been able to suggest methodological or statistical problems to explain the ever-increasing and consistent results to date." For Jessica Utts entire report, refer to her web site found on my links page.
I've always found that experience is the best - possibly the only teacher. The pages found at "examples" link contain a target (photograph) as well as "remote viewing data" regarding the target which may include a text description or a drawing or both. What makes all of this so fascinating is that the text and drawings (the data) were created BEFORE the viewer (me) saw the target. In fact, in many of the cases, the target wasn't even chosen until AFTER the remote viewing data had been generated.
The targets are selected randomly by a computer application from a database of over 4000 photographs. The viewer is completely blind to ANY information about a target until AFTER he has submitted his remote viewing data. After the data has been submitted, the viewer is allowed to see the target.
As an example of how effective remote viewing can be, the following example sessions are provided (click on "examples") - you make up your own mind.
Remote viewing can be utilized for practical applications via associative remote viewing (ARV). For more information on ARV, click on the "ARV" button at the top, left.