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IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2022 - Daily Live Blog

The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2022 starts today. The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2022 begins today, I’m excited, I am attending virtually providing a daily recap and “almost live blog” here. The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2022 is being broadcast live via Zoom for special pricing for those unable to attend in person. A few days after the conference, live-stream registrants will be granted access to recordings of the talk live-streams, which will be available online for 14 days.

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Revisiting Remote Viewing Stage 5

The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2021 wrapped you over this past weekend, 10-12 September 2021. It was a resounding success, great attendance both physically and virtually, excellent presentations and thought provoking discussion. Wait a second though… I think revisiting remote viewing stage 5 may be warranted. Why would I suggest revisiting remote viewing stage 5? One of the talks I was looking forward to was Thomas (Tom) McNear’s presentation on “Phonetics: Discovering CRV Stage Seven”, specifically to see how this may relate to my own experimentation with phonetics.

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IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2021 - Daily Live Blog

The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2021 kicked off today. My travel ability changed last minute this week and I cannot attend the IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2021 in person, however I am attending virtually and providing a daily recap and “almost live blog” here. The IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2021 is being broadcast live via Zoom for special pricing for those unable to attend in person.

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Remote Viewing Stage 6 Location and Directionals

In this post we look at one of remote viewing’s biggest challenges, location, and some ideas on remote viewing stage 6 location and directionals. Anyone who has spent a decent amount of time remote viewing, teaching or discussing remote viewing will inevitably field the questions – “Can you remote _\__”, “can you remote view the lottery?”, “please remote view this missing person”, “when will __ happen?

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Remote Viewing and Stage 7 Phonetics

I’m looking forward to the 2021 International Remote Viewing Conference this year. Last year’s IRVA conference was virtual, which was a great success, I do hope they continue to offer virtual options for those unable to attend in person. Nothing beats in person discussions, meetings and training, however technology has progressed to the point where virtual or online options are a viable and sometimes preferred delivery format for many things.

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Ghostly Talk Ep 134 with Vance West Remote Viewing

Caught up with ScottL and Amber of Ghostly Talk podcast to discuss remote viewing, what’s new and just general babble. It’s way, way too long – just way too long! On Tuesday September 1st, 2020 I had the pleasure to virtually sit down to chat and catch up with Scott and Amber for episode 134 of their Ghostly Talk podcast. I’ve been so fortunate in my life and relationships – the friendship I’ve established with Ghostly Talk and Scott/Amber goes back to 2004.

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Goodnotes on an iPad Tablet for Remote Viewing

If you’ve been remote viewing for a good amount of years you’ve accumulated boxed archives with many thousands of sheets of paper. I know I have. Plain ole 8-1/2″ x 11″ white stock paper and a good pen were a remote viewers standard issue tools for decades. The ole adage was “pen on paper, go!”. Times have changed. While nothing will arguably ever completely replace the tactile feel and response of “pen on paper”, and that’s absolutely fine, current technology has gotten so good that the advantages of devices such as tablets and digital white boards far outweigh the few shortcomings – in my opinion.

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Remote Viewing what happened to Flight 19 (Archive 2005)

Remote Viewing What Happened to Flight 19 Remote viewing targets can be divided in to two main types at a fundamental macro level – those that can be validated with tangible feedback, and those that cannot be validated. Scientifically speaking you are not remote viewing unless what you are remote viewing has verifiable feedback to analyze the accuracy of the data perceived under blind or double-blind conditions.

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Remote Viewing the Elizabeth Smart Disappearance and the Dangers of Consensus Analysis (Archive 2002)

Remote Viewing the Elizabeth Smart Disappearance and the Dangers of Consensus Reporting On June 5, 2002, Elizabeth Smart was abducted from her bedroom in her family’s house in Salt Lake City, Utah. A few days later, I was given a tasking by one of my remote viewing teachers and advised it was time sensitive. At this juncture I had received “intermediate” levels of professional, in person remote viewing instruction and had been actively doing training style targets for a few years.

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Remote Viewing the Jessica Lunsford Disappearance (Archive 2005)

Remote Viewing the Jessica Lunsford Disappearance – A heartbreaking breakthrough. By 2005 I had established a direct relationship with law enforcement after assisting in several investigations. I was contacted, if I recall correctly, on Friday the 25th with a request for remote viewing data. It was my birthday week so it still sticks in my head a bit as I spent the weekend getting a few sessions done.

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