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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - Contact Form - send questions or comments to PJ Gaenir
    is anybody s guess but if you give an email address and I respond I ll copy you via email so you get a direct answer reply PJ Your name Or at least something I can call you Your email Only if you want a response via email Subject topic Question or comment The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection is now a static archive Feb 2008 Click here to see what

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    training cover and entail What happens AFTER training Where I can learn the remote viewing protocols I heard one guy say remote viewing can t be trained But there s all these other guys selling training for it What gives Starting Out After Training Finding Jobs Do s Don ts What makes a good target for remote viewing I have out of body experiences sometimes Is that remote viewing I ve been remote viewing all my life How can people say you have to know something special for it Could you find my best friend who disappeared last year A little about the U S government s STAR GATE project The STAR GATE scientific research of RV The STAR GATE military intelligence application of RV How is remote viewing different from regular psychic stuff My friend says he has an almost 100 accuracy rate Other people say that s impossible or he s lying But he seems sincere Have a question A note up front from PJ A resource the world never had before has been available since the year 2000 Joseph McMoneagle s book Remote Viewing Secrets A Handbook This is literally the bible of RV and a paperback textbook no viewer should be without At this point McMoneagle is one of the most experienced and well documented remote viewers in history with 25 years of work in both science and intelligence RV He is the most accomplished public example of RV skill in the world with a couple dozen in protocol sessions on camera for television and video around the planet and innumerable live demonstrations in person over the last couple of decades His sessions are featured in most every book written by scientists on psi RV and his credentials would take several more paragraphs to list Suffice

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    question What is remote viewing The term Remote Viewing has one definition with two separate parts to it The first part of the definition says it is The process of an individual acquiring information about a person place thing or event which is distant in time or space when that information could not be accessible to the individual through any means currently known to science Sounds like psychic work eh The second part of the definition is the groundwork for the first part Remote viewing is technically A certain type of psychic or ESP process defined as Remote Viewing instead of ESP by the fact that it is done within an approved Remote Viewing protocol There are rules in RV to ensure the information one is obtaining could not be accessible to the psychic through any means but psi These rules taken as a set are called the Protocol There are good and bad protocols certainly more than one The term approved refers to validation by the leading scientists in the field that it is tight enough to prevent anything from fraud to accidental information transfer to creep in disguised as real psi The protocol exists to validate the definition of Remote Viewing If you are doing psi work within an approved RV protocol it is certain you are using Psi Not fraud not subconscious physiological data transfer not natural mentalism type intuition It has to be psi In layman s terms remote viewing is psychic work The protocol does not affect one being psychic it doesn t have much to do with the psychic process itself Rather it affects the situation one is being psychic within There are also methods for gathering psychic information that many employ either in or out of a proper RV protocol and as slang

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    question When tasked the Viewer s description will it is hoped match one of those targets clearly enough for the tasker to conclude an answer For example if the target is the rise or fall of the price of sugar on the commodities market tomorrow the tasker may assign Niagara Falls to a fall answer the Eiffel Tower to a rise answer and the grand canyon to other such as stays the same the stock market is closed that day or any other potential The viewer is tasked with Describe the target If the Viewer s description can be correlated with one of the predefined associated targets that is what the analyst or tasker would take as the psi derived answer When the outcome is learned the viewer is given the feedback of the target correlated with the actual outcome They are not given feedback on the other options or on what they may have described even if it is clearly one of the other selected targets Coordinate Coordinate RV is a standard RV protocol but used with the initial tasking of geographical coordinates or encrypted coordinates for the target The initial RV research had a very serious question to answer about how you could direct a psychic to describe a given thing if you could not tell them what it was they were supposed to be describing Ingo Swann is credited with coming up with the geographical coordinates concept which was used for some time Some scientists proposed that a viewer might have memorized all the millions of planetary coordinates and what was at their location in detail so this eventually caused the science to encrypt the coordinates This later changed to simply being a string of random numbers and then sequential numbers mostly used for proper tracking databasing of sessions It was found that a simple describe the target tasking was sufficient for direction Note In the case of Coordinate Outbounder and Associative remote viewing these approaches could be used in conjunction with most any psychic methodology Ganzfeld is more limited to use in conjunction with methods due to its altered state visually secluded environment Psychic Methodologies often used in conjunction with Remote Viewing Protocol Be aware that a methodology does not make a process remote viewing A method used within a proper remote viewing protocol makes it remote viewing Controlled Remote Viewing CRV In the early 1980 s psychic author artist Ingo Swann began compiling a set of psychic methods which he felt addressed the important aspects of psychic work These methods were designed to be used within an RV protocol and as such were referred to as as form of remote viewing Based heavily on the work of French researcher Rene Warcollier and combining theories from his own interests in a wide variety of fields Swann s methods were a how to for communicating data one receives via psi The methods are utilized while sitting at a table and writing or sketching data They are notable

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    for something A man approaching him asks What are you looking for My keys the man responds Where did you lose them the newcomer asks A few blocks over the man says Well then why on earth are you looking for them here asks the second man To which the first replies Because the light is better here So in a nutshell ARV is a way of tasking ONE thing for psychic info in order to get an answer about ANOTHER thing Because Remote Viewing free response psi is a better light than forced choice psi we use that Although you could use dowsing or other arts for an answer remote viewers may choose to use the tool they re best with How Does ARV Work The traditional Remote Viewing protocol is always in place first of course This includes the three primary fundamentals of RV protocol Intended The data acquisition is done deliberately with planned intent Double blind or solo blind when working alone The viewer and anybody present with them or in communication with them during a session must be blind to unaware of the nature or detail of the task focus target Feedback Someone must get feedback on the target which can be compared with the viewer s session data Associative RV specifies a certain setup for the tasking and feedback part of the overall protocol It works like this A target such as an event outcome is chosen In the original research examples it was the stock market price change of silver on a given day so the options would be up higher increase or down lower decrease or other Three photographs of the sort normally used for Remote Viewing purposes are chosen They are chosen to be as deliberately different from one another as possible Each of these photos are assigned to one of the outcome options The viewer is tasked with something like Describe the feedback which you will be shown this coming Tuesday at 9 00 pm Central time The viewer does their session The session is secured Someone who is not the viewer evaluates the session data against the three option photographs and chooses which of the three the data seems to best match A prediction is recorded in some way based on this The event occurs and the outcome is known The photograph assigned to that outcome option is then shown to the viewer s as feedback A few notes on the process It does not matter if the viewer perfectly described the photo for option B If the outcome is assigned to photo option C the viewer is shown C The viewer should not see anything but the actual target The target is the photograph assigned to the actual outcome They should not see the other photographs In traditional ARV they should not be the judge evaluating against the options This is sometimes done as a variant in the layman s RV field but not in science In science accuracy

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    big word that covers a lot of areas including Innate talent A great deal of medical and psychological study has been done on this subject There may be certain markers of persons most likely to be good at it This doesn t mean others can t do it well or those with such markers for certain will only that there are some general indicators and some evidence that talent is indeed a critical factor World class talent as some refer to it is estimated to be in about ½ of 1 005 of the population However this doesn t mean that talent varying from very high to minor is not found in the rest of the population Belief systems This is tough to measure but it s easy to measure the effects of psyche problems via lack of accurate performance Commonly a significant drop in apparent ability follows an initial period of experience with RV which is thought to be psychologically based This ranges in the easy zones from fear at the ability power fear it may be evil in some way fear of releasing personal privacy boundaries and disbelief in its possibility despite personal evidence In the more difficult to handle psyche areas the issues may have more to do with an inability to handle the repetitive destruction of psychological reality models that close exposure to psi experience brings This is usually the largest danger mental emotional and physical from the experience of moderate to advanced remote viewing is that a viewer will not be able to integrate the massive psychological structure changes required this can lead to actual illness if viewing is pursued without resolving such a cognitive dissonance In most cases it simply leads to a viewer ceasing to practice or ceasing to practice in protocol so the mind has other options for explanation or ceasing to pursue RV altogether This is so common a side effect that serious RV skill is not often found demonstrated publicly not even in groups which specialize in psi training and practice Tenacity This word covers a few areas that of a viewer s ability to stick to working in proper protocol the ability to stick with RV through an often long spell of apparent lack of ability and other frustrating periods and the ability of a viewer to enforce proper practice and documentation with themselves constantly over a long period of time Objective Integrity The process of learning how one s mind works and in revising repeatedly mental structures related to reality requires an extraordinary amount of self discipline ability to be objective about oneself ability to discern personal changes and emotional instabilities and deal with them and so forth This is the last on my list of what is required but it is actually the first on the list of the most common problems that public remote viewers seem to suffer from a lack of proper emotional mental balance and objectivity can over time literally lead to varying degrees

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    tasking This may be less precise as far as a location within 30 feet goes but this method has the advantage of being likely to find any imaginable thing in a city not just buildings it offers more variety If possible take a picture while you re at your target location to keep with your session You might want to set the timing of your target focus to a brief period and leave after that span of time If you stand around your target location all day it s going to be too inclusive of information to be appropriate for practice with specific feedback Read newspapers and magazines and cut out articles you find interesting or which have specific detail You can usually photocopy these at your local library if you can t afford to purchase them This can include pictures or writing or both This feedback may sometimes be more conceptual than visual but this variety is good You might want to consider avoiding articles a that are not about something factual known as otherwise you haven t much feedback and b which are in the trauma category You ll have enough work changing your psychology for RV without giving yourself something to fear from your early practice sessions You can also task newspaper headlines for any given date and well known paper your local library will usually have digital or microfiche archives of your local newspaper for reference Visit a travel agency s and ask them for outdated travel booklets they don t want they usually have several they d just throw away so may will give them free if you ask nicely These are photographs of many things from rural scenery to famous buildings unique structures gestalt pictures of shorelines or rock formations even social events a region is known for Along these same lines factual magazines such as National Geographic and specialty magazine issues like 100 Events That Changed The World or The Greatest Nature Photographs are also a terrific source of targets in photo or article form If you are uncomfortable using internet target databases there are websites you can simply visit with lots of great images to print or save for a self made pool Nearly every state in the USA has an archive of historical photos most in black white or sepia but fabulous targets as they so greatly expand the time and concept base of your pool FEMA FDA USDA NASA you name it nearly every alphabet soup group has a photo gallery online Pulitzer org has photos of real world events though they do lean toward the dramatic and links to articles Yahoo com news has a photo section pictures with info on events places people animals situations science politics sports and more both local and international You can also do a web search to put a photo of everything you can imagine in your practice pool The only problem with getting targets from the web is that collecting them can

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection - FAQ by PJ Gaenir
    heard one guy say remote viewing can t be trained But there s all these other guys selling training for it What gives Starting Out After Training Finding Jobs Do s Don ts What makes a good target for remote viewing I have out of body experiences sometimes Is that remote viewing I ve been remote viewing all my life How can people say you have to know something special for it Could you find my best friend who disappeared last year A little about the U S government s STAR GATE project The STAR GATE scientific research of RV The STAR GATE military intelligence application of RV How is remote viewing different from regular psychic stuff My friend says he has an almost 100 accuracy rate Other people say that s impossible or he s lying But he seems sincere Have a question Where can I find a group that won t charge me money that I could practice with and talk with I wrote a couple years ago It s pitiful I tell ya Everybody wants money but that s changed now The Ten Thousand Roads Remote Viewing and Dowsing Project is now online The RV Galleries has lots of targets tasks you can generate for practice categories to choose what you want to focus practice on and several advanced options You can work privately or if you want share your session results You can be anonymous if you re shy or use an alias If you allow it others who are there can comment on your work which can sometimes give advice from those more experienced or encouragement from onlookers No method is needed there and all methods and people are welcome It s a friendly environment Visit http www RVGalleries com If you want to talk

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