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Title:
Remote viewing secrets : a handbook
Author:
McMoneagle, Joseph, 1946-
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Publication Information:
Charlottesville, VA : Hampton Roads Pub., [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xix, 296 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781571741592
Format :
Book

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Summary

Remote viewing is not simply using psychic ability to obtain information. It is a scientific protocol to develop and extend the ability so that ordinary people can learn to do what "psychics" do. This book teaches you how to teach yourself.
McMoneagle believes that anybody can be trained in remote viewing (no psychic gifts required). McMoneagle does provide a comprehensive training program and information as well as chapters on the ethics, protocol, and applications of remote viewing. McMoneagle is the authority in this area. He learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army - he was Remote Viewer #001 in the Army?s Stargate program - and was awarded the Legion of Merit for his contribution to various intelligence operations.
Joseph McMoneagle is a workshop facilitator and speaker. He lives in Virginia.


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Library Journal Review

"Remote viewing" is the ability to perceive psychically and describe unknown objects, people, places, or events. McMoneagle (Mind Trek, The Ultimate Time Machine), a former U.S. Army officer who worked for the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), was recruited for the top-secret remote-viewing program known as STARGATE. Other books on this subject (e.g., Jim Schnabel's Remote Viewers, Dell, 1997; David Morehouse's Psychic Warrior, St. Martin's, 1996) are more biographical; McMoneagle instead offers basic definitions, examples, and qualifications that would be needed by the potential remote viewer. The second half of the book includes detailed training methods, technical applications, and protocols omitted in his previous titles. Because there is a lot of new information here, this is recommended for larger public and academic libraries.--Kimberly A. Bateman, Broward Cty. Lib., Deerfield Beach, FL (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.