International Remote Viewing Conference

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Rhinebeck, NY

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$265

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$295

Workshop

International Remote Viewing Conference

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Rhinebeck, NY

Program Tuition

member

$265

regular

$295

Discover the latest research and application of remote viewing with experts from The International Remote Viewing Association.

Lyn Buchanan explains why remote viewing might be more accurately called remote sensing. 

There are subtle signals underlying our noisy daily lives―signals that inspiration and intuition can draw us to see, hear, or sense. Remote viewing is a novel perceptual discipline for perceiving those signals, for gaining information not available to the ordinary physical senses.

Used extensively by “psychic spies” for classified military projects, remote viewing has a long history both as an intelligence gathering tool and as the subject of research and applications in the civilian world.

The International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) was organized in 1999 by select scientists and practitioners, in conjunction with the first professional conference on remote viewing. Today IRVA is the authority for evaluating the discipline of remote viewing, encouraging scientifically sound research, proposing ethical standards, and providing educational information to promote the responsible use and development of this fascinating ability.

Join leading experts in the field of remote viewing for this special conference, where you:

  • Explore the history of remote viewing and its precursors
  • Learn the basic skills of remote viewing and practice them
  • Delve into scientific research and data, such as a recent study on targets in psychic (psi) research and judging protocol
  • Explore how consciousness plays a role in remote viewing and how to understand it
  • Hear the story of the Nevada remote viewing team led by Dr. Angela Thompson Smith that decoded the nuraghi of Sardinia
  • Use remote viewing skills to uncover solutions to your own dilemmas or search for the path to happiness and greater fulfilment

Everyone from first-time remote viewers to professionals will find something intriguing and applicable in this annual International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) Conference.

Special Discount

The International Remote Viewing Association and Omega are offering a 20% accommodations discount for this special conference. The discount will be applied once your registration is complete and will be reflected in your credit card statement. Note, the discount will not display in the online registration process.


Keynotes

Asking the Right Question: The Key to Accurate Results
With Lyn Buchanan and Lori Lambert Williams

How can we use our remote viewing skills to uncover solutions to our own dilemmas or search for the path to happiness and greater fulfilment? In this fun, interactive presentation with Lyn Buchanan, author of The Seventh Sense, and Lori Lambert Williams, author of Boundless: Your How-To Guide to Practical Remote Viewing, you learn how to ask the right questions to get to the heart of your life’s purpose and set up a solid foundation for uncovering the answers you need.


Extended Remote Viewing From the Field
With Bill Ray and Pam Coronado

Extended remote viewing (ERV) and controlled remote viewing (CRV) are both tools for tapping into the potential of the human mind, but each is performed differently. Join Bill Ray, a monitor in the military’s Stargate unit where he has facilitated ERV sessions, and Pam Coronado, star of Discovery Channel’s Sensing Murder who uses ERV in her work as a missing persons detective, to investigate, “What is ERV and how is it different than CRV?”


Selecting Targets & Exploring Judging Processes
With John G. Kruth

For decades, parapsychologists have been exploring targets to determine how to produce the most effective session results, while avoiding pitfalls associated with familiarity, displacement, research designs, and judging methods. John G. Kruth, executive director of the Rhine Research Center, reviews the history of targets in psi research, discusses the most important factors involved in selecting targets, and shares data from a recent research study evaluating targets and judging protocol.


Mars Through the Eyes of Science & Remote Viewing
With Thomas McNear

It was June 1984 when Ingo Swann and his psychic team remote viewed the planet Mars, and Tom McNear was viewer number 2 on his team. Recently discovered documents written by Swann reveal even more, and since then others have viewed Mars with surprisingly similar results.

What do remote viewers say about structures on Mars? What do they say about the possible existence of a human-like civilization? Tom will discuss the perceptions of the viewers, how they correlate, and how they compare to what scientists believe is true about possible life on Mars.


Confusion in the Ranks: Remote Viewing & Consciousness
With Paul H. Smith

Consciousness plays a major role in remote viewing―perhaps THE major role. And our misunderstandings about what consciousness is and how it works can get in the way of remote viewing success. Paul H. Smith, who served for seven years in the U.S. government’s remote viewing program at Fort Meade, Maryland, leads us in a discussion of what consciousness is, what it isn’t, and how to understand it in a way that can help us get more in touch with our underlying abilities.


Decoding the Nuraghi of Sardinia
With Angela Thompson Smith

In this keynote presented by Angela Thompson Smith, founder of the Nevada Remote Viewing Group, you discover the secrets of a special type of defensive structure known as nuraghi, originally developed on the island of Sardinia.

Documentary filmmaker Regina Meredith and Gaia TV sought information from the Nevada Remote Viewing group on these circular defensive towers, which take the form of truncated cones built of dressed stone. After three “blind” remote viewing sessions, the group provided data, sketches, clay models, and information that helped to describe the formations, the builders, and uses of the nuraghi of Sardinia. Angela presents these findings―now documented in Gaia’s 3-part documentary, Evidence of Giants in Sardinia, Italy―directly to you.


Time & Remote Influencing, Developing Protocol & Methods
With Patty Gallagher

Patty Gallagher, founder of Signal Line Remote Viewers, presents a study of the remote viewing template as a vehicle to influence future behavior and events. You learn about the background, process, and development of the study, the tailoring of the targeting/tasking, and a template to improve protocol and methods for intention work and focus on the techniques of remote influencing.


Using Remote Viewing to Probe the Deepest Mysteries of All Time
With PrinCess Jeaneé

PrinCess Jeaneé, educational director at The Farsight Institute, gives an overview of the way remote viewing has evolved at the institute, including the use of video with remote-viewing presentations. You get a taste of the remote-viewing process with different applications, including the extent of the institute’s current knowledge of the extraterrestrial intelligences.

Please note this program has a special schedule:

THURSDAY
4:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
 
Check In (Rooms available after 5:00 p.m.)
FRIDAY
9:00 a.m.–Noon
 
Workshop
2:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
 
Workshop
 
SATURDAY
9:00 a.m.–Noon
 
Workshop
2:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
 
Workshop
 
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m.–Noon
 
Workshop
1:00 p.m.
 
Check Out

The above schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the faculty.

Program Tuition

member

$265

regular

$295

Tuition covers your workshop costs and time spent in class with the faculty. Please see Stay With Us below for accommodation choices—which include meals and other amenities for those who wish to stay with us. Or see Commute for those who will not be staying on campus overnight

Stay With Us


Accommodations cover your room, all meals, and use of amenities and facilities—which includes optional classes, paddling on the lake, walking trails, parking, and all other guest services.

A list of local hotels and inns is available for those who wish to stay off-campus and commute (see Commute).

Commute

3 nights commuter fee
$150.00

The commuter fee includes lunch and use of amenities and facilities. A list of local hotels and inns is available.


See our Cancellation Policy.

Certificate of Attendance : $25