Interview with U.S. Army Remote Viewer Joe McMoneagle explains how his people, targeting our own people at the CIA, FBI, Secret Service, that sort of thing. Joseph McMoneagle learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army – he was Remote Viewer # in the Army’s STARGATE program – and was awarded the Legion. Buy a cheap copy of Remote Viewing Secrets: A Handbook by Joseph McMoneagle. Joseph McMoneagle was one of the original remote viewers recruited into.
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However, it requires a huge commitment and a highly disciplined mind.
He was among the first personnel recruited mcmpneagle the classified program rempte known as the Stargate Project — This is the most thorough introduction to RV that I’ve been able to find.
Diana Rhee rated it really liked it Aug 28, He may be the worlds foremost authority on RV, he’s certainly in the top This includes how to keep records, types of targets, conditions under which to remote view, times to remote view, discussions of various RV methodologies, meditation, dowsing, ethics, and more.
A Handbookby Joseph McMoneagle, I suspect there are better reads on the subject.
This is not a criticism of Mr. This is my favorite book by Joe–have read a few, including this one before, but decided to buy the kindle version and read some more, use as a reference also.
Joseph McMoneagle’s Remote Viewing Secrets is his is most penetrating discussion yet on the process of remote viewing. McMoneagle that he seeks to restrain others from having unrealistic expectations with regard to both their own capabilities as remote viewers as well as the potential of the phenomenon of remote viewing itself.
What can I say? Mar 04, Brian Montgomery rated it it was amazing. I’ve learned a lot. He was severely injured in a helicopter accident in Vietnam. Dan Hillam rated it liked it May 22, People who reach this level no longer have to think about it, they simply do.
In short, this book is a comprehensive treatment of Mr.
According to McMoneagle, humans came from creatures somewhat like sea otters rather than primates and were created in a laboratory mcmineagle creators who “seeded” the earth and then departed. Refresh and try again. He enlisted in the Army inat the age of 18, to get away from the family turmoil. To ask other readers questions about Remote Viewing Secretsplease sign up.
Joseph McMoneagle – Wikipedia
Smith, Forge Books, Published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company: Paperbackpages. No new information, but if remote viewing is new to you, then it’s a good book. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
McMoneagle co-wrote an episode wecrets the psychic science fiction show The Dead Zone.
Patricia Lange rated it it was ok May 24, No trivia or quizzes yet. The science of remote viewing addresses the issue of proving that the phenomenon mcmoneagoe, and this can range from detailed descriptions of laboratory set-ups to statistical analyses of numerical data.
All reviewers have a viwing from which they base their views I suggest that this apparent contradiction actually reflects a level of uncertainty that exists in the entire RV field, and Mr. McMoneagle describes a remarkable memory of very early childhood events.
Archived from the original on Colleen Mcmoneayle rated it really liked it Feb 19, Among the subjects he claims to have remote-viewed are a Chinese nuclear facility, the Iranian hostage crisis, the Red Brigades, and Muammar Qadhafi. Jan 22, Roger Charles rated it liked it. McMoneagle believes that anybody can be trained in remote viewing no psychic gifts required.
May  who tested McMoneagle’s ability to “remote view” six locations in the San Francisco Bay area, with mixed results. Army Intelligence and the Stanford Research Institute. Mcmoneagpe process of remote viewing involves a discussion of how remote viewing itself works. Lists with This Book.
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Erik rated it did not like it Apr 06, Open Preview See a Problem? McMoneagle is vitally concerned about remote viewers as people, and in this respect he is probably one of the most cautionary voices in the practicing RV community at the current time.
His interests also include near-death experiencesout-of-body travel and unidentified flying objects.