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  • Firedocs Remote Viewing : Intro from March 1998
    everything I could to get a handle on this Most of what you hear in the media about remote viewing is anywhere from mildly misleading to totally inaccurate Most is best considered creative marketing for products and services sales and of course for ego Even the calmest stuff often provides 100 false assumptions that you can t see until you trip over them later I can t tell you the time I ve spent or disillusion I ve encountered during my studies and attempts to figure out what s really real in this field One of my goals is to leave a trail of breadcrumbs so to speak so people wading into this subject after me don t have to go through what I did This web site is a small part of my RV collection Much of the information I ve gathered over time is either private correspondence can t be shared or public documents copyrighted or not something in print But whatever I can put online for the public I am gathering here I m hoping that this web site will be a down to earth resource for people interested in remote viewing information and references to other sources It is only limited by my time to keep it up which is very limited alas No mysticism here No hype This is just what I ve learned It may be right it may be wrong but it s a learning process that I worked damn hard for and that other people will not have to duplicate and re invent That s even more important when you consider that most of the public doesn t have the opportunity to communicate with the people in this field that I have So I feel a bit honored and obligated to share

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  • Remote Viewing, Joseph Joe W. McMoneagle, author of 'The Ultimate Time Machine : A Remote Viewer's Perception of Time and Predictions for the New Millenium
    You may order through the publisher at 800 766 8009 Does time actually exist Is the true nature of reality just one universe or is there a limitless multitude of various dimensions and universes all co existing simultaneously And what are time and space really Joe McMoneagle is a remote viewer a psychic spy Remote viewing is the ability to perceive people places or events anywhere in time or space With more than seventeen years experience as a remote viewer including his work in the classified national intelligence project STAR GATE McMoneagle has used his experiences and abilities to gain new insights into the nature of time and reality to expand our limited perceptions of these things In The Ultimate Time Machine McMoneagle presents his incredible vision of our future through the year 2075 in more than 150 detailed predictions covering such diverse topics as world population aging lifestyle changes ecology banking laws and crime McMoneagle s vision even falls to future technology including new sources of energy Finally The Ultimate Time Machine presents a vision for the year 3000 initiating what McMoneagle refers to as the ultimate test of our ability to create and manipulate our future Publication date

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  • Mind Trek: Exploring Time, Space, and Consciousness Through Remote Viewing, book by Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle; cover and info
    to spontaneous psychic flashes Later when tested at SRI International he was confirmed as a world class remote viewer able to correctly perceive and describe previously unknown people places objects or events As a result he was recruited for a top secret military program code name STAR GATE to develop and apply remote viewing skills for national security purposes For twenty years McMoneagle honed his intuitive psychic abilities and refined

    Original URL path: http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/joe/mindtrek/ (2016-02-13)
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  • mind trek, remote viewing, book by Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle; a review by Intuition Magazine
    with Russell Targ at Stanford Research Institute where remote viewing was initially developed and his experiences with consciousness researcher Robert Monroe author of JOURNEYS OUT OF THE BODY and founder of the Monroe Institute Along the way the reader is confronted both with specific accounts of remote viewing sessions and with McMoneagle s gradually expanding views of reality As McMoneagle experiences the boundaries of time and space giving way he is constantly forced to move beyond fixed concepts the reader shares this extraordinary journey and by the middle of the book is prepared to consider subjects and viewpoints that in other circumstances would seem bizarre or even crazy Like many other remote viewers McMoneagle claims to have had occasional contacts with alien beings and other dimensions of existence and has come to see reality as far more complex and malleable than it appears when viewed solely from within the physical context On the other side of physical reality there is no logic because it isn t necessary for understanding he writes In the nonphysical universe there is only knowing or truth Humanity simply straddles the dividing line There may be other creatures which do the same so we may not be as unique as we think we are In a chapter titled Another World McMoneagle tells what happened when in the mid 1980s he turned his remote viewing gaze toward the mysterious pyramidal structures on Mars which some researchers regard as evidence that the planet was formerly inhabited These targets were certainly not of my choosing says McMoneagle because as usual I was being kept totally blind to what they were throughout the targeting and information collection process His impressions of the targets suggested a civilization destroyed by some sort of cosmic catastrophe perhaps a million years ago The chapters

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  • mind trek, remote viewing, book by Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle; an excerpt from the publisher
    little more difficult to define but had just as great an impact Why Think of your mind as a neatly fenced in backyard The limits or the reach of your imagination is dependent upon how far out you allow those fences to stretch A scientist will argue those fences should never exceed that which can be proven through appropriately applied tests and protocols However if that were true the Wright Brothers would never have left the ground Remember the quote in an earlier chapter the one from Frank Herbert s Heretics of Dune we don t need to know the molecular makeup of steel in order to make and use it We only have to create a temporary mysticism that allows it to go together in the right proportions Perhaps with the right mysticism we could have had a pump laser by the turn of the century instead of waiting until the 1960s In any event if the word mysticism bothers you just replace it with the word creativity or imagination As I said a few paragraphs earlier I was also beginning to have other experiences These are a little difficult to define in their early stages because they don t occur with regularity There isn t any specific pattern to them and if you aren t paying attention you can miss them The only reason I was able to identify some of them myself was that I had developed the habit of keeping very detailed notebooks in which I would keep all kinds of data that might seem relevant Of course some of it wasn t but I didn t know it at the time I wish now that someone had directed me to do the note keeping throughout the years Unfortunately no one did so much of what I have experienced and learned is over the horizon forever So Keep a notebook all the time Write down anything that seems remotely important You ll regret it if you don t An other experience which began somewhere in the beginning was what I call flashes of spontaneous knowledge What does that mean Small bits of data would jump into my mind when I wasn t expecting it Perhaps when I would touch objects or people It wasn t something that I wanted to happen it just did At first I would just write it down in my notebook and then forget about it but then after a while I would begin to notice that I was getting feedback The term feedback is important here because it probably has a great deal to do with the transmittal of psychic information How or why it works I don t know but it does I also recognized in the beginning that some of the information I was keeping in my notes turned out to be fallacious it was wrong Over time I was able to determine the wrong information was that which was more a conclusion than a statement of fact As

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  • Remote Viewing - remote viewer Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle in the media - An interview with Joseph McMoneagle, in Magical Blend Magazine
    NASA photos of Mars Could you tell us about that Joseph McMoneagle At the Monroe Institute in Virginia they locked me up in the windowless remote viewing room to ensure I didn t see who was bringing the targets A man from NASA arrived carrying a sheet of paper with seven sets of coordinates They read the target coordinates to me and I started describing this pyramid which I assumed to be in Egypt But it didn t make sense to me because I was describing corridors and rooms that I knew didn t exist in the Egyptian pyramids I described all seven targets in detail the first six correctly The man from NASA was absolutely blown away Only he knew what was at each of these locations About five months later we got a call from him and he told us thta the next Mars mission would be targeted against one of those coordinate sites That s the last I ever heard about it other than that on the next Mars mission the spacecraft was sent the wrong code or something and shut down It didn t operate or function after that Could you site another experience that affected you deeply Joseph McMoneagle One target I was asked to report on turned out to be an individual who had been killed in a car accident I was given a date a location and a time Although I didn t know it the time I was given was approximately three minutes before this person had died I started out accurately describing the person the car and the road that he was driving on About three or four minutes into the remote viewing session I said Something has changed The person s now floating horizontally in front of me He s drifting away into a black void and I m trying to follow but I keep having these veils of cloth inserted between me and him This was interesteing to me because I wouldn t have chosen such an archaic metaphor for death Going beyond the veils was an expression used by mediums in the twenties and thirties Before this remote viewing experiment I had rejected the old spiritualists approach but when I actually saw the veils I suddenly found myself thinking My god I ve been shutting out something that is real It s one more lesson that there s more going on than we think and maybe we ought to have a more open mind about some things I should tell you that I had a second near death experience in 1985 five months after I retired from the Army I had a major heart attack at the ripe old age of thirty nine and once again I encountered the White Light This time I realized it was finite and had limits I ve since concluded that what the White Light is is what we would call the totality of self what we are when we re not physical

    Original URL path: http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/joe/miscmedia/jm-mbmag.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Remote Viewing - Brief Bio for remote viewer Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle.
    getting sort of goofy he said Instead of using known psychic abilities for specific suitable objectives the military tried to adapt their abilities inappropriate missions They began putting the cart before the horse he said Revelations that the Army CIA and other govenrment agencies used psychics will floor a lot of people McMoneagle said There will be some people who will be very offended But it s amazing how people will simply not believe that there is another reality out there beyond the one they see in the mirror A CIA spokesman confirmed the use of the psychics yesterday according to The Associated Press which also quoted researchers who said the government spent as much as 20 million over two decades Missions ranged from psychic searches for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to searches for plutonium in North Korea McMoneagle was one of the major players in the project and continued working for the government on a contract basis long after his 1984 retirement Code named Stargate the psychic team was so secret that a Legion of Merit awarded to McMoneagle describes it only as a unique intelligence project that is revolutionizing the intelligence community McMoneagle is going public in response to studies that are labeling the project as ineffective Tomorrow night on the taped ABC special McMoneagle gives an eerily specific description of a location in Houston after he s shown a picture of a woman located there He had never been in the Texas city A news release describes McMoneagle s performance as one of the most spectacular demonstrations of paranormal abilities ever presented on network television His performance should create a sensation It s hardly old hat to the Miami native even he was stunned by the accuracy of his taped television appearance but he said he gained a reputation as one of the military s best practitioners of the art His involvement many details of which are still secret never fit a cloak and dagger image much less one of a roadside palm reader He did his job in a Spartan office decorated with nothing more than a drawing of the crab nebula that he did himself he made standard Army wages of 2 500 a month I lived in the barracks got up and showered and got dressed and went to work he said Even major missions rarely amounted to anything more than being handed an envelope with a picture of someone and trying to sense a related location Failures as learning experiences We d go out on the town when we had a good day McMoneagle said Failures were regarded as learning experiences examples of improper sensory interpretation The loneliness of the job destroyed marriages and ruined careers said McMoneagle who lasted longer than most I really have the feeling that I was doing something to help our country I had a real sense that what I was doing was important McMoneagle enlisted in the Army after high school and was a chief warrant officer

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