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Introductory Remote Viewing Course Online

After the success of the initial Online CRV Training Course, there will be more to follow! I will be giving a free online introductory course unit via Zoom  on Saturday the 11th of July 2020. This free course unit will include the principles and the basics of CRV, and is intended for people who are considering doing […]

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Science and Application of Remote Viewing

In November 2019 I held a presentation on the Science and Application of Remote Viewing at the AIPR Mini-Conference in Sydney, Australia. Many people have been asking me about the video and the presentation because they were unable to attend. With many thanks to Martyn & Sam of the video crew, and the entire AIPR […]

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Remote Viewing Operational Work

“Engaging the Client for Success” is a presentation by my highly regarded colleague in the USA; Gail Clayton-Husick of the Husick Group LCC. Gail is a licenced private investigator in Washington State, USA and holds a Harvard Law degree. Her Remote Viewing group has an impressive track record, which is a great achievement because her […]

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Library Media and Press Release

Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research

The AIPR is based in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and has been organising research into paranormal phenomena for more than 20 years. Although based in Australia, they welcome members from all around the world! The Australian Journal of Parapsychology is highly regarded around the world and distributed to universities, libraries, parapsychological research groups, mental […]

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Legal & Ethical Questions of Finding a Person

A few months ago, I received a request, from a young man, who met a young lady at a sand sculpture festival in the Netherlands. They briefly spoke but were both with their own families at the time. The situation didn’t allow them to speak longer or get contact details and they lost sight of […]

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Ingo Swann’s Tools to Predict next Pandemic

Last night I was going over Ingo Swann’s book “Your Nostradamus Factor”. Ingo is best known as the “father of Remote Viewing”. I happened to listen to Chapter 21 of this book last night (in Audible it is Chapter 22) where Ingo highlighted the following: 1346 – 1351 Black Death plague pandemic was predicted by […]

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The impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

Many businesses are impacted by the global pandemic of COVID-19. Our Remote Viewing training courses are also affected. Countries around the world have implemented measures to control the spread of this virus, in an attempt to keep the public safe. Training Scheduling Due to the current situation, we are unable to plan and schedule training […]

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International Assistance Required: Sisters Zeliha and Samiha abducted in Turkey

The Dutch sisters Zeliha and Samiha Korkmaz (van der Pligt), were abducted by their Turkish father while on holiday in Turkey. The custody of the children was assigned to the mother Danielle van der Pligt who had divorced their father Ali Korkmaz in 2010. The father decided to move back to Turkey, the girls stayed […]

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Q & A Remote Viewing

Remote Viewing Student Q & A

After training, I keep in touch with students all over the world and I help them by answering questions that arise after the training. I will share one such conversation here. Keep in mind that if you have not done any CRV training, some terminology may not be clear to you. Student Questions: From Intermediate […]

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Solutions: Komsomolets Disaster

K-278 Komsomolets was the only Project 685 Plavnik, nuclear-powered attack submarine of the Soviet Navy. On 4 August 1984 K-278 reached a record depth of 1,020 metres (3,350 feet) in the Norwegian Sea. Although it was developed mostly to test technology for fourth-generation nuclear submarines, it was fully combat-capable. It sank on its first operational […]