In response to the many questions we receive about remote viewing and the perception process, we have decided to post a Q&A series of articles to answer the most commonly asked questions. We hope you will enjoy it.
This is part one of a five part question and answer series (Q&A) on perception based remote viewing, also known as Solo ERV or SERV.
Each article in the series will contain frequently asked questions about perception and remote viewing.
We will address questions on a variety of remote viewing experience levels. Some of the questions will be for those new to remote viewing, other Q&A will be for experienced and advanced remote viewers.
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What is remote viewing:
Remote viewing is the ability to gather information about a distant or unseen target only using the natural function of the mind. It is a science which was developed and used in the US military & national security programs for intelligence gathering. Primary use for remote viewing in the early days of development was strictly military and espionage use. Common tasks were locating hostages, submarines, troop movement and terrorist operation headquarters
Remote viewing is also sometimes referred to as structured clairvoyance, trained extra-sensory perception (ESP) or sensing remote locations with the mind.
If you saw the movie called “The Men Who Stare at Goats”, you may remember that remote viewing was the primary talent of Lyn Cassady. Remote viewing is a fascinating subject, full of mysteries, so it’s no wonder Hollywood takes creative license on the topic. The actual process and training is of course much more complex than portrayed in the movies.
The real story:
The fact of the matter is, we have an abundance of proof the programs worked. Every year, for over 20 years, the remote viewing programs had to justify their continued existence to Congress. The programs had to provide evidence of their valued intelligence gathering capabilities before they could receive their funding for the next year.
Protocols and methods improved remote viewing to the point that it could no longer hide from the public eyes. Since the secrets could no longer be contained, the remote viewing programs were shut down to avoid scrutiny
A few years later we have lots of government documentation showing the program went back into active duty under other project names.
Through research, remote viewing has advanced in leaps and bounds since its early conception. It was discovered that we all have sensory circuits that mimic or help us interpret data from a remote target. If I were to describe a hot apple pie, with steam rising off it, you will probably remember what an apple pie is like. As you read this, memories may bring to mind the smell of hot cinnimon and tangy apples. This is your mind projecting the sensory data to your awareness. Just as you can see and smell and taste an apple pie that does not exist, just by remembering it, you can also remote view in a similar fashion.
Using the perception method of remote viewing, you can learn to virtually see, hear, smell, taste and feel something miles away using only your current God-given sensory system, attention management, pen and paper. If you have had rigorous remote viewing training previously, this will be an easy transition into advanced training.
Remote Viewing Today:
Today Remote viewing is a thriving industry no longer limited to just the military. Remote viewing is available to the public sector and is used in every area of life imaginable. From locating your missing wallet to tracking down lost children, private corporations and individuals are hiring remote viewers to accomplish the unimaginable. Now you can learn this new skill too. Go to ProjectJeDi.net to find out how just about anyone, from any walk of life, can develop this amazing tool to find out anything.