- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (Dec 6 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1571741593
- ISBN-13: 978-1571741592
- Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 2.8 x 21.5 cm
- Shipping Weight: 363 g
- Average Customer Review: 38 customer reviews
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REMOTE VIEWING SECRETS: The Handbook for Developing and Extending Your Psychic Abilities Paperback – Dec 6 2010
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Joseph McMoneagle was one of the original remote viewers recruited into the military's Project Stargate, a once secret army project designed to use trained remote viewers for spying during the cold war. For the uninitiated, remote viewing (often referred to as RV) is a skill that allows a person (viewer) to envision events, people, or objects that are not within eyesight--in another room or in another country (and sometimes in the future).
McMoneagle believes that anybody can be trained in remote viewing (no psychic gifts required). However, it requires a huge commitment and a highly disciplined mind. Using the analogy of martial arts, McMoneagle sees RV training in levels, starting with white belt where viewers can expect to see a gestalt (an overall impression) of a target. By the time readers reach the red-black belt-great master, McMoneagle claims they will have gained "a near-perfect union of one's paranormal talent blended within extant reality. People who reach this level no longer have to think about it, they simply do." Although readers won't become a great master by reading this one book, McMoneagle does provide a comprehensive training program as well as important chapters on the ethics, protocol, and applications of remote viewing. --Tara West
From Library Journal
"Remote viewing" is the ability to perceive psychically and describe unknown objects, people, places, or events. McMoneagle (Mind Trek, The Ultimate Time Machine), a former U.S. Army officer who worked for the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), was recruited for the top-secret remote-viewing program known as STARGATE. Other books on this subject (e.g., Jim Schnabel's Remote Viewers, Dell, 1997; David Morehouse's Psychic Warrior, St. Martin's, 1996) are more biographical; McMoneagle instead offers basic definitions, examples, and qualifications that would be needed by the potential remote viewer. The second half of the book includes detailed training methods, technical applications, and protocols omitted in his previous titles. Because there is a lot of new information here, this is recommended for larger public and academic libraries.
-Kimberly A. Bateman, Broward Cty. Lib., Deerfield Beach, FL
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If you are looking for a "how to" book then this is not the one.
He explains that "remote viewing is the ability to produce information that is correct about a place, event, person, object, or concept which is located somewhere else in time/space, and which is completely blind to the remote viewer." He says that many people do not understand the limitations of remote viewing, and often misuse it. Unless the proper protocols are observed, people mistakenly obtain information from those around them, rather than the remote target.
He describes how remote viewing can be used successfully, and the circumstances, such as looking for UFO's, that are usually unsuccessful.
McMoneagle advises readers to "think of remote viewing as a martial art. It is a way of, and not an end unto itself." He compares the skill levels of remote viewing to "belts" earned in martial arts training, and says that both can lead to personal growth.
He clearly explains exactly what one does to become a successful remote viewer. Having the right state of mind is essential and he describes in detail how that is achieved. He also provides examples on what one can expect to see about remote locations as the viewer's skills increase.
Most remote viewers have some psychic ability to start with, and develop their abilities through practice. McMoneagle explains what training and practice should consist of, and gives directions for choosing a good trainer.
Whether you're simply curious about the art of remote viewing, or whether you'd like to develop your latent abilities, Remote Viewing Secrets will answer all your questions.
Joe addresses every aspect of psychic functioning with a depth and rich clarity that has never been achieved. For a remote viewer, it's all here; what is real and what is not, proper targeting, protocols, training, applications, methods, evaluating yourself,etc. His descriptions of the inner development of a novice remote viewer is uncanny.
This also the book for anyone with a healthy skepticism. The honest, open-minded person will find what s/he is looking for in these pages.
I must say this: I've experienced spontaneous psychic events since childhood and I've read every paranormal-related book I could get my hands on. The writing of McMoneagle eclipses everything else. Follow his advice to the letter and, whatever natural ability you have; it will shine through. If you are one of those people who are gifted; in this book you will find the reassurance and support you need. Joe's been there, and he lets the reader know it.
Joe McMoneagle is paving the way for the rest of us. Honest, readable, yet straight-to-the-point, this book shows you the trail, warns you of the pitfalls, explains every conceivable twist and turn, and then encourages you to explore at your own pace. This book is destined to be THE classic in psychic literature. At least until Joe writes another one...
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