Interview with U.S. Army Remote Viewer Joe McMoneagle explains how his people, targeting our own people at the CIA, FBI, Secret Service, that sort of thing. Joseph McMoneagle learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army – he was Remote Viewer # in the Army’s STARGATE program – and was awarded the Legion. Buy a cheap copy of Remote Viewing Secrets: A Handbook by Joseph McMoneagle. Joseph McMoneagle was one of the original remote viewers recruited into.
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Process discussions begin with the assumption that remote viewing is a real phenomenon, and then proceed to an examination of how the quality of the phenomenon varies under differing conditions while using specified methodologies. He was involved in ” remote viewing ” RV operations and experiments conducted by U. Infunding for Project Stargate was terminated and the unit was decommissioned secregs the official finding that “no discernible benefit had been established”.
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Scientists don’t like to use the term “miracle” very often, but this is as close to one as you can imagine”. In the episode, remote viewing was used in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. David rated it liked it Feb 28, Patricia Lange rated it it was ok May 24, Charlottesville, Virginia Clicking on image takes you to Amazon. McMoneagle subsequently became an experimental remote viewer while serving in U.
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Also, the mcmoneagl about May  who tested McMoneagle’s ability to “remote view” six locations in the San Francisco Bay area, with mixed results. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
McMoneagle’s future predictions included the passing of a teenager’s “Right to Work” Bill,  mvmoneagle new religion without the emphasis of Christianity, a science of the soul,  a vaccine for AIDS,  a movement to eliminate television,  and a ‘temporary tattoo’ craze that would replace the wearing of clothing,  all of which were supposedly to take place between and McMoneagle that he seeks to restrain mcmonragle from having unrealistic expectations with regard to both their own capabilities as remote viewers as well as the potential of the phenomenon of remote viewing itself.
His interests also include near-death experiencesout-of-body travel and unidentified flying objects.
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The author seems most sincere, honest and up front in the material presented. McMoneagle is an expert who has had extensive training, and has practiced remoet researched RV very seriously for decades.
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