REMOTE VIEWING

Quotable Quotes

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These are my personal choices and favorites, from my own archives and that of email lists I'm part of. If you have some you think should be included, send them to me!--give ref on source and date. The only rule is they should be about RV or directly related topics, not just personal conversation. -- PJ


Oh, my god!

I guess we could ask if this is "RV's Swann Song"?

 

Dr. Marcello Truzzi
June 1, 1999
responding to an Advertisement for Remote Viewer Ingo Swann's book "Penetration" (about UFOs, Aliens and more)


It's about how The Father of Remote Viewing had The Mother of All UFO Experiences.

 

Rich Krankoski
[date unremembered]
on Ingo Swann's book "Penetration"


It's The Great RV Space Opera!

 

Rick Lucertini
[date unremembered]
about folks on Art Bell national radio waxing dramatic about 'remote viewing' comets, Mars, aliens, etc.


We did a contract for TREAT, for Dr. Laibow, about a year ago. On the demise of the Soviet Phobos II spacecraft. That was a Martian probe that was decommissioned somehow, or went awry in orbit early in its orbit around Mars. I'd really like to talk about that, but I can't. Dr. Laibow owns that information. She was our client.

 

Ed Dames
March 9, 1992
TREAT IV Conference
Describing how the TREAT Director, who invited him to speak, had hired his company to investigate the Russian PHOBOS Probe demise.


...the Russians approached Psi-Tech asking what happened to Phobos Two in 1989, what, uh, this was a spacecraft the Russians launched uh, called Phobos Two, second in a series, and uh, it was uh, it was, uh, met its demise shortly after entering Martian orbit, in the Spring of 1989, and uh, Psi-Tech was contracted to look at that and see what happened to that spacecraft.

 

Ed Dames
June 14, 1996
Art Bell Radio Show
Telling Art "The Russians" hired him to do it, and not the girlfriend of a former member of his company (Laibow, who ran TREAT)


...we can't make mistakes, we're under a lot of scrutiny, and for instance, we came public, for German Public Television, and said we're going to find Mozart's grave. If we can't deliver the goods, I'm finished.

 

Ed Dames
March 9, 1992
TREAT IV Conference
Who never found Mozart's grave or dozens of other things promised, but that doesn't seem to be stopping him showing up in the media for another try


[W]e have a monopoly on accuracy.

 

Ed Dames of PSITECH
14 June 1996
Art Bell Radio Show
Following explanation of how previous people in the government project such as Price, McMoneagle etc. were very inaccurate but Ed solved all that.


[W]hen Elizabeth Smart's Uncle, Dave, called me six weeks after the abduction, we had already reported that Elizabeth was deceased. [...] Did I mention that during last summer when we started the Elizabeth Smart case, we were also providing ongoing intel for homeland security?

 

Joni Dourif
March 12, 2003
Psi-Tech's The Matrix Newsletter
'Update in the Elizabeth Smart Case'
When Elizabeth was found alive, the newsletters was taken offline. Later posted items did address the issue and I heard the newsletter was put back online.


Because Ed's a singularly gifted prefabricator--the only talent which he ever displayed.

 

Gene "Kinkaid"
Early 1997
Gaenir's Personal Correspondence
When asked how Dames kept getting media when nothing he claimed had ever been true (for the past) or come to pass (for the future)


He sounded JUST like a contactee from the 1950s... the same euphoric certainty of tone in his voice. ... Kept going on and on about the martians in New Mexico under Santa Fe Baldy. Actually, if I were to be locked in a room with either of these two ... I'd prefer Brown. He'd be a lot more fun.

 

Tom Mahood
September 1, 1996
UFOMIND
a review after hearing Ed Dames and Courtney Brown on the Art Bell radio show


As per ... his referring to me as "psychotic", I must say that I love it! Ha! Today, the crazy label not only gets a man laid, it makes him famous! Being labeled crazy is the very best publicity that anyone like myself could receive.

 

Aaron Donahue
as of July 13, 2003
Freevent (posted by Ronan w/AD permission)
responding indirectly to a post written by PJ Gaenir, whom he assumed was a man


Women experience one other side effect of Remote Viewing. Many women report that the act of Remote Viewing activates their sexual energy, and they feel a hot and tingling sensation in the region of their Solar Plexis, extending into the genital region. Some women, including myself, have experienced spontaneous orgasms while Remote Viewing! I have used some related techniques to teach women how to have orgasms on demand.

 

Prudence Calabrese
as of 11/9/2002
Aurora Bomb website
Forcing yet more debate about making RV 'fun' vs. 'funny', Calabrese was also featured in a UK "Cosmo" magazine article on women, RV and ... er, sex.


It is a bit like the movie Night of the Living Dead only we wake up in the RV community to find everyone insanely empowering themselves with all manner of abilities.

 

Glenn Wheaton
July 2, 2003
HRVG BBS
on people who believe in (or are even open minded about) RI (including healing, or reality-change, or psychic influence)


[W]ith no prior experience or knowledge you can do that which has never been proven or demonstrated by science. [...] the hucksters and snake oil peddlers ... wait for people just like you.

 

Glenn Wheaton
July 2, 2003
HRVG BBS
on anybody who would support any belief in RI (including healing, or reality-change, or psychic influence)


[T]he advanced folks at HRVG have been given instruction in the theory and application of RI. ... Glenn has been giving lectures on the possibility, application, and mechanism of RI for years.

 

Dick Allgire (HRVG)
July 2, 2003
HRVG BBS
...oh. Somewhat changing our perspective on Wheaton and his views on RI... that'll teach 'em to post without coordinating with each other first...


Since [Aaron] Donahue remote viewed human origins and learned that Lucifer is our real progenitor, the two have split over differences in religion. ... Worse than that, the angelic energies are using this rift in a last-ditch effort to silence Aaron once and for all.

 

James Donahue
April 3, 2003
The Mind of James Donahue website
about the parting of ways of his son Aaron and Ed Dames


There is no way you could be this dense.

 

Glenn Wheaton
July 9, 2003
...to someone who was assuming that TV psychic John Edwards was legitimate.


Mr. Johnson told the audience that he didn't know who I was, or what I did. He also said that he did not know what my company was. Yet my bio and abstract were submitted to IRVA well in advance of my appearance. He mentioned that I was on CBS Sunday morning but made no positive comment concerning my appearance on that show. He then made a remark about my physical appearance. I was humiliated and speechless.

 

Prudence Calabrese
June 19, 2002
Stargate discussion list
demanding a public apology from the IRVA, at whose conference she had recently presented


Aaron, through his work in alpha numerics, found a way to see lottery numbers in advance of the number draw. ... Aaron considered writing a book explaining how he sees lottery numbers. ... He realized that personal greed was overwhelming the world. Rather than peace and love, the people wanted money. He consequently destroyed all of his papers and data and abandoned the book.

 

James Donahue
November 26, 2001
James Donahue website
about why his son can win the lotto and teach others (but is not doing much of either apparently).


No one really knows what is occurring when we 'remote view' or can even account for consciousness and our minds in general. We do, however, know that sessions can be multi-tasked and hijacked.

 

Prudence Calabrese
as of March 5, 2003
Larger Universe website
part of an essay posted about the closure of her RV online groups/websites, which implied she felt viewers/sessions were being secretly used as a 'distributed network' for psi info, without their knowledge


If the CIA, ATF, FBI and US Military really wanted help, why didn't they go to Major Dames at TRV Institute and ask for it?

 

James Donahue
November 26, 2001
James Donahue website
about how the government call for psychic help had to be bogus because they hadn't asked his son's RV team (Dames, Donahue and Bonsall)


One of the first things I did was to throw out much of the militaristic and patriarchal language. So, I don't use words like "target" (that implies there is something to hit or miss, also implies weapons, thus it is a violent and subconsciously defeating term), "coordinates" (implies that things truly are separate from each other, and my view is more holistic), etc....

 

Prudence Calabrese
as of 11/9/2002
Aurora Bomb website
explaining why some of her RV terms are different and less masculine


There is nothing clearer than a successful demonstration. Theory can come later.

 

Rich Krankoski
July 7, 2003
HRVG BBS
on the topic of psi, including 'RI'.


I have a great problem with those charging so much money for something that -- the government paid me a lot of money, actually, to find out whether you could train remote viewing, and we found -- because obviously they'd have a need, they'd like to go train psychic spies -- and so we looked at hundreds of different training routines and schemes and what have you, and I must say, I'm sad to report that we found no evidence to date that you could actually train remote viewing. I can't teach you to become Yasha Heifitz if you don't have that natural gift [but] I can certainly [help you go from] squeaks to at least a recognizeable tune. In that sense, I could give you pointers; [but] I think I would be wholly unethical if I asked you to pay me $3000 to do that, 'cause I could give you enough pointers in about a paragraph to go ahead and try it on your own.

 

Dr. Edwin C. May
March 2, 1997
Jeff Rense Radio Show
Discussing the difference between remote viewing and what some people were calling remote viewing and charging thousands to learn


[S]even years of 'civilian' pursuit of remote viewing doesn't seem to have resulted in very many (if any) frighteningly good remote viewers. Or even moderately worrisomely good remote viewers. ... [It] almost seems the more civilians 'trained' in RV, the less danger we are to the government. Kinda weird huh.

 

PJ Gaenir
July 18, 2002
Stargate discussion list
...off and on clearly sounding rather cynical about RV methods 'training'.


Perhaps the Consumer Protection Agency would be interested, or maybe the Internal Revenue Service, or maybe even the AMA, or the FBI, or the Justice Dept?

 

Glenn Wheaton
July 5, 2003
HRVG BBS
indirectly threatening to report any persons teaching what he doesn't consider RV, including psi forms such as healing, reality-change or psychic influence


If you Remote View for Product, then you have a certain result in mind. You want consistent and physically relevant data. If you Remote View for Process, then the experience is the reward. You have freedom, and you allow yourself time and space to follow unusual leaps of logic and intuition.

 

Prudence Calabrese
as of 11/9/2002
Aurora Bomb website
...I called this 'evidence vs. experience' back in '97 and call it 'data vs. feeling' now. It's a point I think worth noting, so I've included in these quotes. - PJ


Frankly we had our concerns about you when you kept trying to insert catastrophic/terroristic/wild scenarios into your viewing when tasked with targets unrelated to anything of that nature. [...] Perhaps you could get a prescription for Haldol (Haloperidol) and that might help.

 

Dick Allgire
July 7, 2003
HRVG BBS
...commenting on an hrvg student's private practice in their online course, after the student disagreed with Glenn Wheaton about something on hrvg's bbs. Probably the last time any student who isn't omniscient will have the courage to disagree...


You'll notice an increase in postings and 'sincere' interest by "the experts" when the yearly conference comes around.

 

Terri (aka AeonBlue)
March 12, 2003
Freevent Discussion List
What. Cynicism isn't allowed?


 





 





 






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