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Major Edward A. Dames was the Operations and Training officer of the RV US Army.
Remote Viewing is a real science and a refined, powerful skill.
YOU can see remotely into the past, present or future and find anyone or anything of interest.
Edward A. Dames, Major, U.S. Army, is a decorated military intelligence officer and original member of the U.S. Army prototype remote viewing training program.
Major Ed Dames served as the one and only training and operations officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency’s psychic intelligence (PSINT) collection unit, and currently serves as executive director for the Matrix Intelligence Agency.
Today, with the secrets of remote viewing developed through a top-secret U.S. military program with the CIA, Major Ed Dames has refined remote viewing to an exact science.
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Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) training, from its very inception, was designed to give access to and communication with your subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is a great reservoir of information but we seldom allow it to work. In making a connection between the conscious and subconscious minds, we can then allow the information from the subconscious to surface consciously so it can be accurately interpreted and applied to practical matters. It is this practical application which allows us the opportunity to provide information not only about our own lives but the lives of others.
Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I) provides a full range of training which will allow a person to understand and use the protocols for doing CRV. Additionally we offer training which will take the student past the study of CRV and on to the level of being able to apply this knowledge to find information which will help solve many real-world problems.
Controlled Remote Viewing is a very highly controlled set of physical/mental protocols which allow a person to bring something which lies hidden within the subconscious mind to the surface, and objectify it. The protocols not only take care of the processes of finding the hidden thoughts/emotions/etc., and bringing them to the surface, but also the process of keeping them “clean” of pollution from the imagination, and from emotions, desires, fears, and other contaminants which lie closer to the surface of a person’s conscious awareness, and which would tend to “color” them incorrectly.
Once the communication is set up, you not only have access to the enhanced and advanced perceptions it has access to, but to everything which is in there: your phone number when you were 5 years old, where your car keys are, etc. As this happens, the occurrences of almost everything you have been doing with your mind will increase. Your attention to details (ambience), your memory recall, and yes, even information that provides insight about situations that are outside of normal understanding about time and space. It is generally the latter information which you notice most, simply because it is not the “normal” thing you have been doing. The fact is that, in learning CRV, you have not been given a new life; you have just been given more life.
Here is a good audio interview with Lyn
This guy was trained by Lyn :
Here is a great one and half hour video on this work
Controlled Remote Viewing Briefing By Paul O’Connor
is the discoverer of the breakthrough techniques that allowed the military to train … He has long been considered the “Father of Remote Viewing.” His Remote Viewing (CRV) technique, which was the foundation for the CIA’s Stargate project. His capabilities have been aggressively challenged over the years, but the substantiation of his skill through remote viewing studies at the Stanford Research Institute seems to far outweigh the scattered critiques.
In his Stanford Research experiments Swann had been tested for pk (psychokinesis) abilities when he was asked to upset a well-shielded magnetometer for which the magnet was sealed in a vault 5 feet below the floor. The equipment had been running for over an hour to gauge a baseline reading before Swann was directed to try to manipulate the machine. Specific details of what happened next vary, but it is generally accepted that Swann was able to affect the function of the equipment twice when asked to do so, amazing the scientists observing the test. They thought the equipment was incorruptible. The next day the equipment was malfunctioning and this avenue of testing was abandoned.
Upon concluding his work at SRI Swann was recruited for a “black ops” study called the Stargate Project. The concern was that the dark side of the moon was harboring extraterrestrial life and he was instructed to employ CRV to identify the specifics of who was there and what they were doing.
Swann undertook the CRV task for a price of $1,000 a day and with only a set of moon coordinates. He quickly determined that he was seeing the surface of the dark side of the moon and was surprised when he saw evidence of extraterrestrial construction taking place there. (According to the Stargate records and unbeknownst to Swann, the Apollo astronauts had reported seeing a UFO when preparing for their landing on the lunar service. This information had never been publicly released. )
While observing the activities underway he realized he had been “seen” by two of the ET’s. Upon concluding the study he asked if he was at risk because of having been seen on his surveillance mission, but the responses were innocuous. “I spent several months wondering if the ET’s were going to find me and zap my brains out of existence,” he is reported to have said.
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Mr. General Robert Gates said concerning remote viewing “Well, if it’s the Eight-Martini Results you want to talk about, I won’t talk about them.”
What, then, is an “eight-martini” result? Well, this is an intelligence community in-house term for remote viewing data so good that it cracks everyone’s realities. So they have to go out and drink eight martinis to recover. Remote viewing does have its amusing aspects, you kno
Remote viewing was researched in response to the fact that the Soviet Union was engaged in large scale research into psychotronic applications phenomena. The national security implications of failure to match a technological breakthrough by the Soviets is obvious. In this respect, the remote viewing research was a product of the Cold War, and is analogous to myriad other projects.
Initial research was carried out at the very prestigious Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Certain psychically-gifted individuals were able to describe distant locations, often with amazing accuracy.
With this fact established, the military/intelligence community approved further funding. Research continued, but the main effort soon switched to development (applications), based on two key findings. First, remote viewing ability is latent in nearly all humans. Second, it is possible to teach ordinary people to perform remote viewing.
Groups of students recruited form the ranks of the funding client agencies were trained at SRI. Their mission was to gather data, using remote viewing, regarding targets of special interest to the client agencies. Usually, these were targets inside the Soviet Union that had resisted the standard intelligence gathering techniques.
The 15% accuracy cited in recent public statements on behalf of the CIA is the baseline which ordinary non-gifted and untrained persons often do achieve. This figure was identified very early in the SRI research phase. The minimum accuracy needed by the clients was 65%. In the later stages of the development (training) part of the effort, this accuracy level was achieved and often consistently exceeded.
Throughout the period of my personal involvement (1972-1988), oversight and monitoring teams from the client agencies were in constant attendance. These teams consisted of multi-discipline scientific professionals, some being leaders of their disciplines, and drawn from just about every scientific field. Over the years, representatives of these teams were rotated, with replacements coming in.
During the sixteen-year time span involved, approximately 500 representatives of these oversight teams identified flaws and strengths in the effort. With this intense scrutiny, the program continued to be approved, tested, and ultimately utilized by testing various kinds of experimental and real-time applications. Thus, it seems at variance with the oversight committees’ facts that the CIA suggests that remote viewing was “unpromising.” But, as is well known, there are various levels to all games.
Per the definition used by the client military and intelligence agencies, and as I identified it at SRI, developed (or trained) remote viewing is a highly-specialized technique. However, the term has been adopted unfairly and incorrectly to include almost any sort of psychic endeavor. This clouds the public mind as to what remote viewing really is.
The key players in the development, training and use of remote viewing remain under the strictest security constraints. They can’t talk, but I, at least, honor them for their commitment to the welfare of the Nation even if within a controversial area. Similarly, the documentation supporting the real story is archived under top security wraps.
A PROBLEM CENTRAL TO REMOTE VIEWING SUCCESS
What all this boils down to in the case of remote viewing is that absent meaning-memory storage can have serious repercussions.
This was demonstrated in the case of the Hella Hammid RV experiment where she got a steaming teapot.
Well, it is fortunate that her RV experiment was only an experiment – for imagine what would have happened if the effort had been an operational one, and intelligence analysts were interested in what was actually at the target location.
In such a case, the analysts would have been told that the remote viewer says there is a big teapot at the location they were interested in.
As it turned out, Hella’s experiment was by no means a failed one, because it brought to light a central problem relevant to the larger scope of all remote viewing processes.
For when it was determined that she had no intimate meaning-knowledge of what nuclear reactors actually looked like, it could also be determined that her meaning-detecting systems segued over to the next best thing her systems held meaning of.
With Hella’s help at SRI, a number of previous “failed” experiments of her’s and of others were reevaluated. It was discovered generally that the “failures” lay in the contexts of absent or misplaced meaning relevant to what was being remote viewed.
In other words, the remote viewer was NOT missing remote viewing, but his or her meaning-memory systems had pockets of absent meanings.
CORRECTING THE ABSENT MEANING PROBLEM
As one last reference here to Hella Hammid, she took a deep interest in this problem, and one of the results was that she became very expert in detecting absent meaning problems in target responses of other remote viewing test subjects.
But as she, herself, first observed, she could not see her own absent meaning contexts because they were, after all, missing in herself.
Well, there are many remote viewing examples of this. And indeed, in the larger picture of all things, it is difficult for individuals to see what is missing in themselves – because whatever it is, IS missing.
Even so, there was yet another significant development with regard to Hella.
After a while in continuing RV experiments, she began to sense elements of targets she was missing.
This enabled her to say one of two things: “I’m missing something about this target,” or “I don’t know what the target is” – and, most importantly, to express this BEFORE her systems segued over to the next best analytical overlay.
There is only one way to explain this change in her pre-conscious processing systems.
Because she had become consciously aware of and interested in this problem, it had taken on meaning within her.
As a result, it is possible to think that new connections had sprouted within and among her synapses and neurons, and a new circuit had formatted thereby. This new circuit thence created jabs of recognition regarding the absence of meaning-memory.
There is only one way to account for this – that the pre-conscious meaning circuits are SELF-CORRECTING when new and meaningful information is added into them – which they absolutely have to be in order to function at all.
Otherwise, there would never be any additive memory growth regarding what can emerge into conscious awareness of them.
It was this particular self-correcting aspect that made an RV training program feasible.
So, this breakthrough of understanding placed the developmental RV project at SRI on very solid grounds with respect to, believe it or not, conventional terms acceptable to the project’s very serious oversight committees. This needs a bit of explaining.
It had long been understood that a tiny portion of the brain is always PHYSICALLY changing at its cellular levels with respect to what is newly experienced or to new meanings that are recognized as such.
The physical changes involve the sprouting of new connections being made among and between neurons and synapses, and elsewhere in the nervous system, that end up as a new circuit that will produce a jab of meaning recognition if and when the experience or meanings are encountered again.
Something along these lines indeed turned out to be the case with Hella after she had consumed a fair amount of written and especially of visual information relevant to nuclear reactors.
From all of this, and specifically from the remote-viewing point of view anyway, it was slowly understood that meaning-memory already incorporated into individual reality boxes, although important enough on average, was not as important as was absent meaning-memory.
But here was a situation that had long been understood in educational systems everywhere: I.e., absent meaning-memory can be filled in by exposing individuals to meaning-information packages that were absent before.
And if the exposure is sufficient enough and seen as meaningful enough, then the synapses and neurons of the brain and nervous systems will do the rest – and the resulting new circuits will be incorporated into the meaning-detecting systems already innately existing in everyone beneath conscious awareness of them.
TEASING OUT SEVERAL LAYERS OF MEANING
Now, the whole of what has been discussed so far in this essay might seem somewhat distant to the project of teasing seven layers of meaning out of any given situation or thing.
But don’t count on any permanence of that distance too much, for as will be discussed in a forthcoming essay, meaning-memories are RECOMBINANT.
Therefore, meaning-memories can produce new combinations among themselves, and do so all on their own – and which recombinant process is one format of the superpower we presently refer to as intuition.
This aspect of our species is wondrous, indeed.
Here is a Ingo Swann video
Here is what some one said about Ingo’s book, its very rare out of print
Penetration by Ingo Swann
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Swann has dropped out of the public eye for the time being, supposedly working quietly on perfecting advanced CRV, psychokinetic and ESP techniques.
Ingo Swan writes concerning Uri Geller :
For his part, Geller proved to be a delightful personality. He was dynamic, optimistic, and with endless reserves of energy. He was also exceedingly handsome and possessed an extraordinary public charisma — all of which ultimately added up to his superstar glamour.
He was exactly what the dour realms of parapsychology versus science and skeptics needed to experience.
In my estimation of him, he defiantly dared to walk where angels feared to tread — and was also to prove to have many more than the nine lives attributed to cats.