Learn Remote Viewing this Weekend!

Hey everyone,

Do you have any plans for this weekend? If you live in or close to Nevada, the pack your bags and head over to the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Las Vegas! Yes, Vegas, baby!

This weekend, the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) is holding its annual conference at the Green Valley Ranch. The conference isn’t only for professional remote viewers as it’s open to the public as well. So if you’re a real remote viewing enthusiast and would love to learn more and meet the pros – like Ed Dames, Stephan Schwartz, Paul Smith, and more – you should definitely check this out.

Remote Viewing Training – Learn from the Experts!

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This weekend, the world’s foremost psychic warriors are coming to Las Vegas to share ideas about the techniques they used, including something called remote viewing.

Las Vegan Ret. Col. John Alexander was one of the insiders of the program. “Part of my time on active duty in the intelligence community was looking at psi phenomena. We were interested in what the Soviet Union was doing and in what could be done. One thing I’d argue, scientists argue about the scientific viability of this. The reality is, we had an operational unit that was out doing intelligence operations quite successfully,” he said.

The conference begins Friday at Green Valley Ranch. It includes speakers who were trained by the CIA, DIA, and Army Intelligence to rely in psychic insights to spy on the enemy.

6 Responses to Learn Remote Viewing this Weekend!
  1. Jamie
    June 20, 2009 | 11:16 pm

    Strangely, I have not even thought the words “remote viewing” for quite sometime, but this morning I did. Being intregued by the practice ever since I’d heard of it, I decided to research it a little on the internet. To my suprise, there just happened to be the 10th anneversary conference this weekend in the city where I reside! …Wierd.
    Unfortunately I do not have the funds available to attend as I’m currently unemployed, but I really wish I could. At any rate I do hope it is successful as well as enlightening for everyone who is involved.
    Being a naturally open-minded person, I firmly believe in the validity of your research and findings thus far. I have also always believed that my “dreams” mean substantially more than what popular belief suggests.
    Not being educated with any more than a high school diploma (1.63 GPA), I hardly feel as if I have much to contribute to the science, or anything of the sort for that matter, but I do believe in the validity and potential usefulness to humanity.
    I sincerely hope successful, positive research continues to unlock new and exciting areas for us to explore in this widely uncharted and unexplored area of science.


  2. Michael Jura
    June 23, 2009 | 9:33 am

    Hi Jamie,

    Thank you for your comment and for your belief in the validity of remote viewing research. I also hope that more research continues to be revealed so we can be more aware of the mysteries of this world. :)

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