What the Government doesn’t want you to know about Remote Viewing

remote-viewing-governmentRemote viewing became popular back in the 1990s after the declassification of a $20 million dollar research program led by the U.S government.

We are going to look at what exactly is remote viewing, what was discovered in the government investigation and how you can try a simple remote viewing experiment yourself.

What is Remote Viewing?

Remote viewing is described as the process of using ones mind to “view” or “sense” details about a far away or hidden target.

There is no definitive scientific evidence that remote viewing exists, however plenty of anecdotal evidence that is the cause of much debate and conjecture from both scientists and skeptics alike.

Remote viewing is not confined to the present time either, remote viewers often report seeing things happening in the past, present and future.

U.S governments ESP research - Stargate Project

After fearing that the Soviet Union was spending millions of rubles on research and producing results, a new research program called SCANATE was funded (by the CIA) in 1970.

This led to the Stanford Research Institute running remote viewing experiments in 1972 with amazing claims stated as to the accuracy of the experiments.

In 1991 the program of work was named STAR GATE. It was eventually cancelled and declassified by the CIA.

Joseph McMoneagle was one of those involved in the Stargate project and as the first man recruited into the program was known as “Remote Viewer No. 1”. Joseph was used as a remote viewer in psychic intelligence unit and tells how he and his colleagues would gather intelligence and pinpoint enemy bases on the other side of the world.

According to McMoneagle in 1979 he predicted the location of the Russian “Typhoon” submarine, which was later verified by satellite photos.

Joe McMoneagle Remote Views Soviet Typhoon Submarine

How to Remote View

Here is a simple way to try remote viewing.


You will need plenty of paper, a pen or pencil and a comfortable chair and desk to sit at and write on in a quiet private area where you will not be disturbed.

You will also need a partner to assist you in this experiment.

Experiment method

  1. Have your partner select 5 random targets (Photos of places, buildings, bridges etc). It is best if they are as different to each other as possible
  2. In five different envelopes get your partner to put one picture in each and then number them
  3. Choose one of the envelopes, do not open it or try to look at it
  4. Separate yourself into your experiment area and ensure you will not be interrupted, you have the target envelope and the equipment outlined at the beginning
  5. Take a blank sheet of paper and at the top of it write the number of the envelope containing the target that you will be viewing. This is the signal that your subconscious will pick up on to get started
  6. Place yourself in a state of deep relaxation, like meditation. Take deep breathes and try to clear your mind
  7. The trick to remote viewing is interpreting what you see in your mind. There will be plenty of clutter mixed up with any real insights about the target and you will need to try to differentiate between them
  8. On your sheet of paper attempt to sketch out anything you think you can see in your mind
  9. Advise your partner when you have finished and with them, review the results

Is Remote Viewing Real?

From the research we have done it appears that remote viewing seems pretty hit and miss. Even those reportedly famous for it struggle to show convincing results when tested.

Knowing that the U.S government invested so much in their program, as well as the Soviet Union, does however bear weight to the possibility that it does exist in some form or manner.

What do you think? Is remote viewing possible?

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  1. Jacob Hawkins July 21, 2017

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