March 1998

Firedocs Introduction
by PJ Gaenir

I am a student and a researcher of remote viewing. I've tried to combine a combination of journalistic inquiry, personal interest, some hands-on practice, and skeptical consideration, into my effort to understand what remote viewing is — what it is not — what it can do — what it cannot — and what I can do, with or without RV, and how this relates to anything or everything.

Over the past couple of years I have done, read, practiced, discussed, etc. everything I could get my hands on relating to the subject. I have been fortunate to have been introduced to many of the legitimate people involved in this field, scientists, psychics and soldiers, and their conversations with me have provided volumes of insight and understanding I wouldn't have gotten otherwise. I even sought out methods teachers and learned some from them (CRV, beginning in Spring 1996). In short, I've done everything I could to get a handle on this.

Most of what you hear in the media about remote viewing is anywhere from mildly misleading to totally inaccurate. Most is best considered 'creative marketing' for products and services sales; and, of course, for ego. Even the calmest stuff often provides 100 false assumptions that you can't see until you trip over them later. I can't tell you the time I've spent or disillusion I've encountered during my studies and attempts to figure out what's really real in this field. One of my goals is to leave a trail of breadcrumbs, so to speak, so people wading into this subject after me don't have to go through what I did.

This web site is a small part of my "RV collection." Much of the information I've gathered over time is either private correspondence (can't be shared) or public documents (copyrighted), or not something in print. But whatever I can put online for the public, I am gathering here. I'm hoping that this web site will be a down to earth resource for people interested in remote viewing information, and references to other sources. It is only limited by my time to keep it up, which is very limited, alas.

No mysticism here. No hype. This is just what I've learned. It may be right, it may be wrong, but it's a learning process that I worked damn hard for, and that other people will not have to duplicate and re-invent. That's even more important when you consider that most of the public doesn't have the opportunity to communicate with the people in this field that I have. So I feel a bit honored — and obligated to share.

I am not a business, I am not an organization, I am not an institute, I am not anything formal in this field. I make no money off remote viewing in any way. I spend a decent amount of my own money and a helluva lot of time on the subject simply because I am honestly interested. I have nothing invested in this field except a fierce desire to understand it and eventually be good at this.

If you are looking for legitimate information, you can read what I've got here.

I am always open to questions or comments via email.

Palyne "PJ" Gaenir (aka Fire)

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