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  • Remote Viewing - remote viewer Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle in the news - ABC Puts Nelson Man's Psychic Skills to the Test, 30 November 1995, The Daily Progress, Charlottesville VA
    to assist the United States government with intelligence gathering and research into the phenomenon While I was assigned to the U S Army Intelligence and Security Command INSCOM during the late 1970s and early 80s I was part of Project Grill Flame McMoneagle said We did a lot of research concerning remote viewing and actually used it in real situations The American Research Instititute 2 just came out with a report that was done at the behest of the CIA It s a semi classified report but from what I understand it states that there is really very little use for remote viewing in collecting intelligence Unfortunately this is not true For the past 23 years remote viewing has been used in collecting intelligence To my knowledge almost every major government agency including the CIA National Security Agency Drug Enforcement Agency Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secret Service have used remote viewers at some point During one experiment for Project Grill Flame McMoneagle said researchers wanted to find out if remote viewers could gather information on military equipment under development The target we were given was the Abrams battle tank which was in the prototype stage at the time McMoneagle said They parked the tank in an aircraft hangar thinking the remote viewers would find it more complicated to describe it with planes around it But in fact we were able to draw in detail the optical targeting mechanism the auto loading mechanism the interior seating arrangements and the type of armor being developed for it On another occasion McMoneagle said his remote viewing skills were used to locate an American general who had been kidnapped by terrorists The general was rescued before the information could be used but he said it was found to be extremely accurate Photo insert D2 Photo of windmill generators on flattish rolling hills above sketch of windmill generators on flattish rolling hills Caption Joseph McMoneagle drew this picture of generators in California McMoneagle discovered his talent for remote viewing quite by accident after he was assigned to INSCOM in 1978 In October of that year he was sent to a conference at the Cognitive Science Lab of SRI International near San Francisco where remote viewing was one of the subjects being studied When McMoneagle was asked to participate in a remote viewing experiment he agreed Although he said he thought he was only guessing it turned out that he had described several of the target areas in great detail He then became involved with remote viewing full time To date he said he has participated in more than 4 000 remote viewing sessions under controlled conditions Since I ve been doing this I ve maintained approximately the same percentage of accuracy in terms of the number of times I can hit a target McMoneagle said That ranges between 25 and 30 percent So out of any four targets I will get one of them But out of the one I do nail the

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  • Remote Viewing - remote viewer Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle in the news - Psychic's Government Role Revealed - December 7, 1995 Nelson County Times.
    Italians ended up getting the information from a different source at the same time we did but I d say that s pretty important stuff McMoneagle said McMoneagle refused to share details on other specific targets chosen by the government You ve got to understand many of these were extremely sensitive he said McMoneagle s employment as a government funded psychic began in 1978 He was recruited for a program entitled Grillflame a project founded to delve into applications of the mind for military use while enlisted in the U S Army s intelligence field Grillflame was later redesignated as Stargate McMoneagle said and from 1978 until his retirement from the Army in 1984 as a chief warrant officer he conducted remote viewings for more than 300 targets while stationed at Fort Meade Md He was on call for the project aafter 1984 he said the most recent assignment occurred in 1993 for the Defense Intelligence Agency DIA Management of the project bounced from the auspices of the CIA to the DIA McMoneagle said Remote viewing of targets was conducted for numerous government agencies such as the FBI the Drug Enforcement Agency National Security Agency and the Secret Service McMoneagle became the target last week after the release of Stargate s existence News reporters tracked him to his home in Faber to divine information in a more traditional method More than a dozen reporters from local and national newspapers contacted McMoneagle requesting interviews as well as television crews whose combined call letters could form an alphabet soup He continued to answer the phone ringing on two different telephone numbers and granted interviews to set the record straight McMoneagle said The American Research Institute ARI compiled the report that debunked Stargate s usefulness The 20 million price tag for the project

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  • Remote Viewing - remote viewer Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle in the news - Nelson Man used psychic techniques for the government - Lynchburg Virginia News, November 30 1995.
    to know something about a hostage in Iran I would go into an office much like a regular office sit at a table with a blank piece of paper and a pen or pencil they would show you a photograph of the individual and I would then draw or sketch something McMoneagle said he would be able to focus leave his body and get a sense about the subject he was asked about It was not until the early 1970 s said his wife Nancy that McMoneagle began having spontaneous outer body experiences and began working on remote viewings Although McMoneagle worked on more than 350 cases as a U S Army intelligence officer he said that he could not discuss his involvement because the cases are still extremely sensitive A native of Miami McMoneagle volunteered to serve in the U S Army in 1964 when It wasn t a popular thing to do When he returned from Vietnam he spent a week at the Afton Mountain Inn It s like the Switzerland of the Northeast he said I just fell in love with this area and moved here permanently when I retired in 1977 After retiring from the Army McMoneagle worked as a consultant for SRI International on the research side of the business and continues to give lectures at the Monroe Institute a paranormal research center in Nelson County One of the more interesting aspects of the business said McMoneagle 49 was the skepticism many people have toward psychic phenomena I m proud to say most people were skeptical he said Usually when we were allowed to demonstrate we could prove the skeptics wrong But sometimes people were incapable of opening their minds The remote viewings said McMoneagle are very different than psychic readings Psychics have no rules

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  • Remote Viewing - 1 of 5 Transcript of Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle on Sightings on the Radio with Jeff Rense, 01 June 1997.
    wouldn t say so although it was probably operating the entire time I went under what I call gut feelings I made my decisions usually by how I felt and when they seemed to go against the grain and turned out to be correct it was usually because I had a gut feeling or at least that s what I would call it One of the interesting things is I think the Army became interested in this as a result of studying some of those unique people in the field such as people who would walk Point or EOD kind of people or Air Sea Rescue kinds of people who were imminently successful and never seemed to be in the wrong place at the wrong time in the hopes of discovering how they could do that I think many of these people were very psychic JEFF So the military was aware that there were a number of soldiers that seemed to have psychic abilities that actually ensured their survival and that s what peaked their curiosity JOE Right exactly That and the work that had been done in the very early 70 s at SRI with the CIA JEFF Right I think what we should do now before we there are so many things to talk about but for those who haven t heard you before on this program let s define what remote viewing is what is the common understanding of it and how does it work and what s it used for most Joe JOE Well first you have to define remote viewing as different from psychic functioning in that remote viewing is supposed to be done under control JEFF Right That means that a formal protocol s been developed that is always in effect Remote Viewing itself is the ability of someone to describe a person place event or object that is remote from them for which they have no previous knowledge And that s usually done under a very strict control in which the remote viewer as well as anyone else in the room is blind to the target and the way the target is targeted is blind you know so there s no ability to know something about the target ahead of time JEFF How much of a target do they give you You re in a room you re under the strict procedures that are followed what information are you given and I understand that most of the things you worked with of course remain certainly under the secret umbrella so we can t talk about a lot of it but give me an example of how target information is given to you and what you would come up with JOE Ok as an example just one of the things that s been talked about was the typhoon submarine that was developed by the Russians At the time they knew something was being constructed in a certain building at unclear Russia and they had no idea what it was so to target remote viewers against that building what they essentially did was just take a picture of the roof and they would show us a picture of the roof and say tell us something about what s going on inside this building JEFF That s it JOE That s it And from that we were able to draw some very detailed drawings of a submarine that had never been seen before JEFF Well you re saying that we were able to do that you mean the six Viewers that were in the program JOE I and a number of other Viewers yes JEFF I see So a monitor or a procter or a liason would come in show you a picture I would assume that that person did not him or herself know what that picture was relating to is that correct JOE That s correct And there s a reason for that that s very important The person that brings the photo in and shows it to the Viewer can t know anything about it for two reasons One is we talk in a whole lot of ways to each other as human beings you know aside from using our voices or language we have body language you know the way we shift in a chair or scratch our heads says a lot about what s going on JEFF Sure so you don t want to dirty the information by having someone prompting someone even subconsciously The second reason is what we found especially in the research side is that the facilitator in the room with the remote viewer inevitably will ask the right question at precisely the right time during the remote viewing So in effect the person asking the questions is being as psychic as the remote viewer While there s a lot of discussion about how many people believe that s true the fact is true They just inevitably seem to ask just exactly the right question when it s necessary JEFF Hmmn So when we walk into a room full of people and often come away with feelings about some of those people or all of them we are actually not necessarily doing anything or experiencing anything psychic we re tuning in on our own normal senses that are looking and feeling and processing information without our conscious awareness of it JOE That s correct the average human being is extremely sensitive to their environment and that includes other human beings within their environment And you ll notice when you re talking to someone and you re standing face to face with them there s certain body language that they ll give you as you re talking to them maybe the subject s a sensitive one JEFF Yes and the person will cross their arms or something you know that s a subconscious signal that they don t want to discuss it maybe JEFF Uh huh We don t

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  • Remote Viewing - 2 of 5 Transcript of Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle on Sightings on the Radio with Jeff Rense, 01 June 1997.
    supernatural beings whatever you want to call them were you told at some point by one or more of these presences that you would be returned to your body that it was not your time how did that work JOE My sense was that all of the communication was with the single unconditional loving entity that was the light and the very loud message was that I was not supposed to die that I had to return I did not want to return I was extremely comfortable and it s a place that was very rewarding to be in But regardless of my arguing I found myself returning JEFF Interesting Alright Joe hang on here and we ll be right back with more here with Sightings on the Radio with Mr Joe McMoneagle break Real Audio Counter 49 13 0 JEFF And welcome back now to our remaining few minutes of the first hour with Joe McMoneagle His book MIND TREK published by Hampton Roads Publishing in 1993 reprinted in 1997 the book is full of absolutely fascinating information one of the most important books that I have read in years and I would urge all of you to get it Joseph McMoneagle JEFF Joe when you were out of the body and told that you were going to come back and you didn t really want to which we ve heard many times over the years from people who ve had these NDEs what really got you back into your body do you remember that moment was it just an instantaneous awareness that you were back into the physical confines of a frame JOE In fact it was a almost an audible and physical snap kind of a sense and I sat bolt upright in the bed I was in the hospital and I just had a sheet covering me and when I sat up I shocked the poor German patient that was in the bed next to me Of course started telling that person in broken German and English all about God and the white light and he ran out and got a nurse and it turned out I d been comatose for quite some time They were all surprised And I learned very quickly as a result that no one wants to hear about white lights and God The military intelligence people came and got me with a car the next day and took me to a rest home in Munich and I spent a couple weeks there while they examined my brain tissue to find out how many of my brain cells had died as a result and I learned very quickly that no one wants to hear about it so I stopped talking about it JEFF Hmmn Very interesting Did you find shortly thereafter that your view of life had changed dramatically because of your experience JOE Oh absolutely I started having what I call spontaneous knowings I would just know things before they happened or I d know what someone was going to say to me or what they were thinking JEFF What did this happen once a day or once a week JOE It would happen three or four times a day Initially it was very strong it was occurring quite frequently Over a period of time I guess because I started shutting them out or redirecting my attention they slowly ebbed I certainly lost my fear of death as a result Which it does not take the Army long to figure that out Some very dramatic changes there s a couple unique things that happened that aren t generally talked about One is you go through a period of extreme depression for about a six month period I was trying to think of many ways of taking my own life so I wouldn t have to be here in this primitive world anymore JEFF No kidding is this something that other people who have gone through NDE s have reported or that you ve read about JOE No I think it probably happens with many of them and they just don t talk about that phase JEFF Oh How interesting JOE One of the things that does occur somewhere in that six month period you reach a bottom point in that depression where you suddenly realize that well since you know that consciousness continues and you don t really cease to exist as an individual there s no real reason to be depressed about where you are It sort of gives you a freedom to play And by play I mean be able to make decisions now based on how you actually feel things should be versus based on fear Which is a very relieving kind of JEFF What a liberation My goodness That s remarkable That s one of the things that depression though let s talk about the other one after we break for news here Joe it is the top of the hour other chatter about upcoming radio items break Real Audio Counter 01 00 20 JEFF And welcome back to hour number two I m Jeff Rense you re listening to Sightings on the Radio on the Premiere Radio Network My guest tonight Joseph McMoneagle back for his third visit on the program Always a wonderful experience talking to Joe he has been through so many things in life we are talking now about the near death experience he had in 1970 And he made the unusual remark and I haven t heard this too often and he went through why that he went through a very severe period of depression for about six months after the near death experience and actually considered suicide at one point to try to get back to that state of utter peace and tranquility and the embracing of the universal consciousness What other things Joe did you experience as a result of this near you can almost call it an after death

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  • Remote Viewing - 3 of 5 Transcript of Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle on Sightings on the Radio with Jeff Rense, 01 June 1997.
    because I believe that since it is a number of years occupation to give an individual then it would be extremely prohibitive from a cost standpoint or from an investment or energy standpoint Someone really has to want to do this I also do not want responsibility for playing with someone s mind I think everybody should grow and evolve under their own control and under their own speed And many of the training scenarios assume that responsibility which I think is very dangerous JEFF Can remote viewing training hurt somebody JOE pause There certainly have been some examples in the past of people who ve been exposed to remote viewing that went off the deep end In fact in the science side the research side what we found to be true is the person who just unequivocably accepts everything about remote viewing without any skepticism you know what we call the true believer JEFF The quick believer JOE Yeah the person who just falls head over heels in love with remote viewing and everything about it is usually far more dangerous in terms of their destructiveness to the field or the science of it than someone that holds a healthy skepticism JEFF This has almost the earmark of a potential cult allegiance that people might have to it JOE Well one of the ways of telling whether or not it is is whether or not the trainer is willing to give over the last piece or you know in effect cut the training cord Many of the people walk away from a lot of the training feeling that they really didn t get the full measure they didn t get that last 10 or they find that they re extremely dependent upon their instructor If someone has the sense that they re still very dependent upon their instructor and haven t learned enough to sort of walk on their own two feet then they should be very suspect of the training or the connection with that JEFF Hmmmn You worked with Dr Ed May at Stanford and you still do work with Ed May JOE Right I ve had both you gentlemen on the program before several times I did ask the question then I m going to ask it again now Remote viewing of course gathers data from outside and pulls it inward Can remote viewing in any way place data in other people s minds Can that be done Can we influence the thoughts of others could this technique somehow be used in reverse Can we do that Joe JOE Actually I ve seen dozens of experiments that were done by the Russians the Hungarians the Czechoslovakians many of the experiments were done in labs here in the United States where there was an attempt to directly influence the mind of another human being Without using mechanical devices I would say no I have not seen that displayed Either the person is going to voluntarily do what they do or no amount of outside influence is going to override their own desire their own morality so to speak JEFF Do you see that possibly changing in time You mention devices Could this be married to some sort of technology that would be electronic in nature JOE Well there s certainly a number of people in labs in the world that have been playing with everything from pulse microwave to wave front technology where they can demonstrate that they can make people nervous or they can create nausea in a group of people at distance or interfere with perhaps the speed of their cognition That s in its infancy from a research standpoint But that s the same as gassing someone in a room I mean you re going to see an effect when you use a piece of equipment an externalized method In terms of causing someone to do something however or make a decision I ve never seen that demonstrated anywhere JEFF Can you you mentioned after your near death after death experience that you were able to know other people s thoughts before they actually spoke them First of all was that irritating to you at all Or embarrassing Or did it place a huge burden on your senses JOE Well it was it was embarrassing because some of the thoughts weren t you know wholesome and some of the thoughts were certainly surprising to me because they belied the personality of the person that I was dealing with But over time what I just learned to do was accept the fact that all human beings are very unique and that what s in a person s mind is their own business and I have no right to it JEFF You stay out of it now JOE Yeah I stay out of spontaneous reactions to people I might shake somebody s hand when I meet them or walk into a crowded room and brush up against somebody or something but generally speaking I just discard the information JEFF Can you summon it on demand Joe JOE Well like I said a really good competent remote viewer can target objects places events even concepts conceptualizations there are many examples of targeting concepts or plans for operations that were very accurate when they were in the planning stage JEFF Well what you re saying is that you were able to remotely read people s minds JOE Right or conceptualize what was the concept or the idea behind what they were attempting to do JEFF You are able to as you have described to me before really talk about about one percent of what you ve experienced in your military career as a remote viewer and I understand that Are people talking about remote viewing and disclosing things that they shouldn t be Joe JOE That potential is certainly there One of the things one of the misconceptions about the exposure of STAR GATE was that the total

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  • Remote Viewing - 4 of 5 Transcript of Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle on Sightings on the Radio with Jeff Rense, 01 June 1997.
    NASA who actually came to The Monroe Institute when I was there that s a lab here in Virginia and he brought with him a list of seven sets of coordinates I was locked away early so that I would not possibly recognize who the individual was And he turned the list of coordinates over to the facilitator and they read them to me over an audio line while I was in the remote viewing booth And I produced descriptions on six of the seven coordinates that were absolutely accurate They were descriptions of ground features such as pyramidial forms structures on the surface of the planet and at the time since they were coordinates I assumed that they were earth coordinates and I thought that we had found new archeological digs of some kind and as it turned out they were coordinates of Mars The NASA rep was very surprised because he was the only one that knew what the exact locations consisted of and he was not participant to the remote viewing although he was allowed to listen to it remotely He was absolutely stunned at the correlation And in the process the wind down process of that remote viewing I had a perception of humanoid lifeforms that had participated in the construction of these structures When I put them in MIND TREK I thought a great deal about putting them in the book and decided that these were things that probably should be shared One of the cautions that I added with it was the fact that when you do remote viewing of a place that s remote such as on Mars it really doesn t prove anything It remains unfortunately science fiction until someone is able to put some kind of a lander there that can verify the reality of the remote viewing JEFF Right I understand The pictures in the book are pictures I haven t seen before a couple of them Figure 28 the crater with pyramid JOE Right JEFF I don t recall seeing that That is another one of those pictures that you keep looking at and thinking about how could this possibly be a natural formation The mind tells you my mind tells me it can t JOE Right if there really is a pyramid sitting t as large as this particular one is which is probably a mile and a half to two miles tall JEFF Oh it s huge JOE Sitting next to the impact crater it had to be put there after the impact crater otherwise the impact crater would have wiped it out Things like that Very unique features Not consistent with physical expectation anyway JEFF There is another one of your remotely viewed drawings we have figure 30 the blow up of figure 86A07 it shows a rectangular feature with a triangular side again it is absurd for me to try to explain this as a natural phenomenon We ll be back with Joe in just a couple of minutes with much more here at Sightings on the Radio break Real Audio Counter 02 14 14 JEFF Joe when you were given the coordinates you were just given latitude and longitude so you weren t told where it was you were just simply given coordinates you said through an audio source I guess just a speaker JOE Right the facilitator was actually in another room I was in a black tube that s a shielded tube the NASA person was in a different room entirely and monitoring it from that room The coordinates the first set of coordinates I was given was a large pyramid and my assumption was that the coordinates were earth bound And I was a little surprised when I started describing the interior of the pyramid because it didn t match any that I was aware of And I thought then that perhaps this was a new pyramid that had been discovered somewhere on earth What I didn t know at the time was that all the planets in our solar system have a coordinate system very much like the earth JEFF When you say coordinate system what do you mean JOE The longitude and latitude designations JEFF Oh ok I see So they ve all been mapped JOE Right exactly JEFF That s not common knowledge JOE Probably not with the general public but it certainly is with the astrophysicists and the astrologers and JEFF Yeah we know about Mars and Venus but to have all the planets reasonably mapped is very interesting were you expecting to get away without telling me what you visualized on the inside of this pyramid laughs JOE No in fact what I saw inside this particular pyramid were very large corridors and rooms and I was surprised at the height and the sizes of these rooms and corridors and in fact commented that I felt that there was something wrong with my scale of perception at the time There was one other part in the remote viewing where I said I interrupted what I was saying about the feature and said something like gee you know the sun looks really funny And they said what do you mean And I said well it looks smaller and seems to be surrounded with some kind of mist And their response to that was well we re not interested in the sun we re interested in what you re perceiving at the location JEFF Right So what you re suggesting here is that this mile and a half tall pyramid maybe had rooms in it that were for some pretty tall folks JOE Yes exactly in the very end of the remote viewing I had a perception that there was almost what I would call a psychic record an emotional record of some kind that had been left by the people who had constructed these facilities And my sense at the time was that they were probably used

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  • Remote Viewing - 5 of 5 Transcript of Joseph 'Joe' McMoneagle on Sightings on the Radio with Jeff Rense, 01 June 1997.
    coming conflict that you see in the next 3 5 years that you see will be geographically confined to the middle east for the most part JOE For the most part yes that s how I see it JEFF Gulf War II but bigger JOE Yeah I think it ll encompass a lot more area One of the things I wanted to say I like to counterbalance what negative things I have to say with things that are positive and I so I want to make another prediction available here in the next 25 years we re probably going to develop a methodology for doing surgery without ever breaking the skin And I think that will be an incredible advancement in terms of medicine So that s something that we can look forward to as well JEFF Well a lot of wounded veterans from this next war may appreciate that JOE Yeah um it s kind of black humor there JEFF Yes well we ll accept it because there is some positive JOE And knowing predictively some of these things it may be possible that steps can be taken in a political sense or in a rational sense that will either delay or will JEFF Allegedly we still have free will at our disposal JOE Exactly JEFF But when you have international petrochemical giants vying for petro dollars and we are simply the numbers in the computer one wonders how much is available to us ultimately I don t know Do you see a number of dead in this conflict or injured did you come up with any round numbers it would just be speculation of course JOE No I would rather not even JEFF I understand that s a dark thing to get into Is this Armageddon Joe JOE No I don t believe so JEFF The biblical people might say it is but JOE Well there s certainly you know many people that would ascribe a religious significance to it of some kind or you know JEFF We re seemingly very well keyed for something like you are speculating upon here Can remote viewers locate precious metals and petroleum and so forth JOE As a matter of fact through my company I established my company in 1984 I ve done a lot of metallurgical work locating minerals locating specific kinds of stones for quarries JEFF Isn t that dowsing though Joe JOE I do in fact do a lot of dowsing in combination with remote viewing I spent some time at SRI learning dowsing with a woman by the name of Francis Faering and was able to develop that talent quite well JEFF Can remote viewing be used to recruit other remote viewers JOE That s an interesting point We attempted to do that and I went around and talked to a number of people as possible candidates and filed a report in which I made my views very public about the possibility of those individuals becoming viewers

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