The TRV Contest Winning Session
: Kyle, a 25 year old physics major from Europe, and winner of the first Technical Remote Viewing contest, defended his title valiantly. When I notified Kyle that he had won a second time, as the online students were waiting anxiously, I jokingly told him that he should run for his life.Who Can Learn TRV?
: When the remote viewing military team was operating at Fort Meade, Maryland, a psychologist was hired and tasked to study the team and determine what the criteria was that would make the best remote viewer. They performed test after test, and when the study was through and the report submitted, it was revealed that there are no key recognizable selection criteria.Is it a Boy or a Girl?
: Last month, a PSI TECH professional remote viewer worked the following blind remote viewing target that was cued by PSI TECH for an expectant mother, to determine the gender of the baby she is carrying.Remote Viewing "Blind" Versus "Front-Loaded"
: Technical Remote Viewers begin their TRV training with "blind" targets. Remote Viewing "blind" means that the remote viewer has absolutely no information about the target. He or she only receives eight digits which we call Target Reference Numbers TRN's in TRV lingo.The True History of Remote Viewing As Itâ€™s Never Been Told Before
: Not a week goes by that I don't have to correct someone about PSI TECH's background and the truth about remote viewing history. Historical facts may seem silly and trite to those of us who have been TRV practitioners for many years, but as time goes by, people forget what it took to bring this remarkable technology out of the confines of the military and into public awareness.Cuing Technical Remote Viewing Targets
: Let's say you wanted to verify a "UFO experience" someone believes that they had. If you cue the target: Jane Doe/UFO encounter, you may run into difficulties. First of all, what if it was not a "UFO"? All you know is that you had an unexplained experience.The Language Barrier And Technical Remote Viewing
: What I can share from my relative short experience with this issue is that initially it can be confusing and demand and a much higher effort in concentration. During the first sessions there's a sense of disorientation and our brain will often produce words in both languages, which demands a strong conscious effort to think in English.PSI TECH's Technical Remote Viewing Contest
: Kyle is the winner of the TRV contest. He is a 24 year old physics major in Europe and first visited the PSI TECH chatroom and website in 1998. We asked Kimberly to interview him for The Matrix. Here is his story.