Transcripts! Joe & Nancy’s Chats

Recently both Joe and Nancy had ‘chat interviews’ live online with the TKR Remote Viewing project, as part of TKR’s “Remote Viewing Expo Summer 2009.”

Really interesting, and great to talk with them!

For those of you who missed the occasion to attend and to suggest questions for the interviewer, transcripts for both interviews are now available online for review.

Both of these are in PDF format.

Joe’s is linked from his RV Expo page:

Nancy’s from hers:

Ten more questions . . . (more) →

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June 28 at Rhine

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

Course Description:

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 . . . (more) →

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Other Japan Adventures

Following the filming in Tokyo, Joe and I traveled by Shinkansen [high-speed ‘Bullet’ Train] to Kyoto, where we met up with a group of our Japanese explorer friends, who are in the following photos, taken by Joe.

Joe has been remote viewing many double-blind targets for them over the previous year with the only feedback being; “You are doing very well, Joe-san.” It was now time for Joe to actually walk on the ground of the actual . . . (more) →

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Catching a Killer

The second target which Joe worked on was a cold case involving the son of a wealthy real estate baron from Beverly Hills, California who murdered his father approximately twenty-years ago. He tied his father to a chair and stabbed him multiple times with a bowie knife, then stuffed his body in the trunk of his car and left it parked at LAX.

Joe has been working this case with Jimmy Sakoda, a retired Los Angeles Police . . . (more) →

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Finding a Missing Father

The most recent showing of the 2-hr TV Special, “FBI Psychic Investigator,” aired in Japan September 25th at 9 PM on Nippon Television, Channel 4, and as usual, did very well. Joe’s portion of the show was exciting because he was asked to assist in finding the father of a famous young Japanese comedian, Tamura-san.

Tamura-san lost his mother to cancer when he was a small boy, and his father was forced to quit his job, so . . . (more) →

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Back to Japan!

Sorry for the long space in between blog entries, folks — it’s been busier than ever around here, which hasn’t left much time or focus for updating the blog. Joe and I have been traveling quite a bit in addition to our usual workload, so the good news is we’ve been out and about in the real world instead of too much virtual computer life. The other news is, we’ve not been very good . . . (more) →

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RV Video of Recent Show

A video of the Dr. May & Joe (only) segments of a recent A&E show that had some remote viewing:

A number of people have asked where to find it. It was a double blind precognitive RV with matching. The target received a first place match with . . . (more) →

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Real Premonitions on A&E

On the following dates and times, a show on premonition called; “REAL PREMONITIONS” will be shown on the A&E Channel:

March 8th, at 10:00 PM EST

March 9th, at 02:00 AM EST

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Walking the Talk

Hi, this is Palyne. Recently, some folks and I were talking on an RV forum about the issue of doing double-blind RV work “in public” — and how much courage it takes when failure in front of everybody is on the line.

Many public demonstrations of Remote Viewing are a bit inaccessible to the viewers who’d most like to see them. Sure it’s mass media, but most people I know either hear about it after the . . . (more) →

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Do you tell anyone?

The question is, if you get information “psychically or through remote viewing” that might be useful to someone in power, do you tell them?

Of course not! My recommendation would be not to do it, unless you want an FBI case number after your name and a permanent file in their regional data bank where someone will go to it every time something really screwy happens and ask to look at his “nut-balls” listing, to see if . . . (more) →

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Regarding Visuals

Don Williams’s comments are quite accurate regarding visuals. So are Skye T’s comments. That’s the whole point. They’re different for everyone. Its how you learn to deal with them and integrate your visuals into your mental processes and how you integrate them within your internalized processing (or not) that matters; also, understanding that these processes will change subtly over time and may even change abruptly as well.

As for Greywolf’s question about how to do a . . . (more) →

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and Bumblebees do fly

{This is in response to one of the comments on the Remote Viewing Visuals thread.}

A team of people assembled for viewing inclusive of Project manager, tasker, viewer, monitor, analyst(s), reporter(s), and client(s) – would be an exceptional rarity, even in the intelligence or scientific world. Of course that would be the ideal.

I’m taking the time to respond to this, because I know why you’ve asked the question. It’s an appropriate and important one, although most . . . (more) →

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