I’m doing a one day workshop at the J.B. Rhine during their Summer PSI Camp. Thought I’d post the Rhine notice here. — Joe
Remote Viewing with Psychic Spy Joe McMoneagle
Saturday, June 28th
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Joseph McMoneagle is known for his involvement in the development of Remote Viewing by U.S. Army Intelligence and the Stanford Research Institute. In 1977, he was was one of the original Officers recruited for a top secret army project that became known as Star Gate-psychic spying on behalf of the United States. The army showed McMoneagle secret documents, based on information compiled by the Stanford Research Institute, that revealed enemy psychic spying on the United States. Willing to learn more, McMoneagle soon became immersed in the program, which was set up in some old buildings on the periphery of Fort Meade, Md., near Washington, D.C. During the 10 years that McMoneagle spent with this program, he developed an uncanny ability at “remote viewing,” a process by which he was able to psychically see a targeted object, at one point seeing into a secret Soviet submarine construction facility and at another pinpointing where an American general was being held by members of Italy’s Red Brigades. After the Star Gate program was revealed to the public on Nightline, McMoneagle appeared on television in America and Japan. Along with Ingo Swann he has become one of the most important figures connected to the development of Remote Viewing (RV) and the use of claimed paranormal abilities for military intelligence gathering. At his retirement McMoneagle earned his Legion of Merit for his last 10 years of service, including 5 years of work in SIGINT, Signals Intelligence, and 5 years in the RV pr.
This program offers a unique opportunity to learn from one of the best remote viewers in the world. Practical exercises will be offered during this course.
Visit the Education Page to register for this workshop.
Rhine Members $247.50
Lunch provided with this event.
In order to offer personalized attention to each participant, each workshop is limited to a small number of people. We suggest you register early to avoid disappointment.
For more information, visit Rhine.org or call 919-309-4600.