Remote Viewing

Joseph W. McMoneagle

Art Bell Coast to Coast AM Radio Show
Tuesday/Wednesday, March 25-26, 11pm-4am PT

Featured Guests:
Lyn Buchanan, Joe McMoneagle, and Paul Smith

Transcript File 5 of Total 8

Transcribed by PJ Gaenir,

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Transcriber notes: 1) Items in {brackets} are transcriber notes, and/or guesses about a word that is not fully decipherable. 2) This is not verbatim. The 'ums and ahs' were too extensive, so I simply typed out what everybody 'ended up' saying. Otherwise I believe this document is complete.


ART = Art Bell.
LYN = Lyn Buchanan.
JOE = Joe McMoneagle.
PAUL = Paul Smith.
CALL = A caller.

File 5 of 8 in this series.

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ART Good morning, my guest is Lyn Buchanan. And now, we are going to open the phone lines. If you have questions, come now. {Gives phone #s} Lyn Buchanan and you, coming up.


ART Good morning, my guest is Lyn Buchanan. We have had Lyn, Joe McMoneagle and Paul Smith with us for the previous three hours. And Lyn caught a little bit of a nap, I hope enough of a nap to make it through the next hour, how you doing out there Lyn?

LYN Oh, I have enough coffee in me to go for a week now. Before we start, could I mention two things?

ART Yes.

LYN One, I did remember another web address, and that is If you look under "Morning Show topics," there is a subdirectory called "remote viewing," and I have a page on there where I've been answer questions on remote viewing for about a month now.

  • {Transcriber note: I believe he means the Talk BBS, under Coast to Coast AM topics, folder Remote Viewing, subfolder Controlled Remote Viewing. Direct entrance to the BBS can be reached via:}

ART So you've been on my web site have you?

LYN Oh yes. Infiltrate. {laughs}

ART It's -- it's get -- boy, my site is getting to be such a gigantic site!

LYN It's amazing, I was noticing today you have over one million, three hundred thousand hits already.

ART Yeah, that's main page hits since the first of the year, yeah I know, it's really awesome. Alright, that's one, you said two things.

LYN The other thing was, I noticed that you said, in the break, "that was sponsored by your tax dollars." 20 million dollars over 20 years time is pretty much of a bargain. As I understand it, the space toilet, which I understand a vacuum cleaner and a plastic bag, cost almost $20 million to develop. And for this {remote viewing's} $20 million, there was a research side, and an operational side. The finance people loved the operational side, simply because in every unit you have two financial factors, you have personnel and equipment, and in the remote viewing unit, the personnel WERE the equipment, so the finance people got two for the price of one.

ART Good enough. And under my scheduled guests section, on my web site, as I thought he would, Keith immediately got all of the links mentioned up. All kinds of remote viewing related links were brought up. Alright, off to the races we go. On the first time caller line, you're on the air with Lyn Buchanan. Hello.

CALL Hello, hi Mr. Buchanan, hi Art, thanks for taking my call {Art: Where are you?}, I really love your show, I'm calling from Seattle. {Art: Yes ma'am.} Mr. Buchanan, awhile back, not too long ago, Major Ed Dames was on the Art Bell show, and some of the things he said really caused me great concern, because according to him, some of the things that are coming up with the Earth, is like eighty percent of us is gonna pretty much be, uh, well, saying goodnight -- {ART: 85% actually.} -- 85%, thank you Art. I wanna -- he was talking about a plant pathogen, and that it's something intelligent attached, a cylindrical shape to Hale-Bopp, do you have any comments on that?

LYN I have one comment. The nature of remote viewing is that you tend to see what you want to see. Now I have, through some other remote viewing that I've done, I have also found indicators of a plant pathogen.

ART Oh really?!

LYN But from a more mundane source, that being simple sabotage against the U.S. And what I've found is a _possible_, _attempted_ attack of simple biological warfare.

ART Holy smokes.

LYN Now if I were to get that impression in a session, and it were my tendency to make everything into ETs and so forth, then I would naturally assume that it came from there. And this is one of the things that is a natural factor of the remote viewing process, is that your imagination is just, I mean, always in there working.

ART I'm not sure that's the answer she wanted to hear, or I wanted to hear. But I appreciate it.

LYN {laughs} Yeah... I just, I hope it doesn't happen --

ART But you have seen something similar, if not from the same source, something similar.

LYN That's right, yes. I don't see it as doing much damage to anything. I think it would be a very localized thing, you know, what I saw was a very localized thing, and not really a very drastic measure, except that here were terrorists who actually made it onto American soil and actually did some damage.

ART Oh my. Alright. Thank you ma'am for the question, and Lyn, I've gotta ask you about something you just said, an exact quote, you said, "you tend to see what you want to see."

LYN That's right.

ART Now I thought the whole point of controlled remote viewing, or technical remote viewing, or the original military protocol remote viewing, was to eliminate, to a great degree, your own imagination, or your own wishes or wants or imagination from what you were receiving.

LYN That's absolutely true, and the protocols are designed to help you do that. You still remain a human being, and you still have these tendencies, even in your best sessions, you still have the tendency to jump to conclusions. The term "STRAY CAT" stands for the Subliminal Transfer of Remembering, you know, Recollections, Anxieties and Yearnings to Consciously Accessible Thought. That is, when you get a perception in a session, by the time it gets to your conscious mind, memories have become attached, anxieties, yearnings, you know what you want it to be, what you're afraid it is, and so forth. {BELL: Sure.} And it gets polluted. The process and the protocols are there to help you as much as possible to keep it unpolluted. And in very good sessions, you can do that extremely well. It happens though.

ART That's a good answer. Wild Card line, you're on the air with Lyn Buchanan, good morning.

CALL Good morning Mr. Bell this is Robert in the San Joaquin Valley of California. {BELL: Yes sir.} I have a very important question, but before I ask that question, I'd like to say that Mr. Bell, with your high degree of integrity, your approach, honest approach to finding the truth, on behalf of myself and the millions of loyal listeners, we thank you sir. {BELL: Thank you.} Mr. Buchanan, it's an honor to speak to you sir.

LYN Well thank you very much, I'm glad to talk to you.

CALL I just have one question sir. I look at what you're doing as probably a blessing from God. There's always the negative, but the positive side, for all the thousands of young people that are in medical schools, research institutes, can you give them some hope and advice on how they could use this type of technology to giving us a better, healthier world?

ART Oh what a good question. In other words, the medical applications, Lyn.

LYN Right. There is a factor in the remote viewing training that I give, and I think also the other people giving the training, which deals with the sensing, becoming sensitive to 'ambience.' If you can't sense the ambience in the world around you, how are you going to sense the ambience once you get to a target. Once you sensitive yourself through these exercises to the ambience around you, one of the things that we've found is that a medical doctor, when a patient walks into an office for the first time, the ambience in the room will change, and often it changes according to that patient's problems. If a doctor can become sensitive to this, then they're that much further ahead. Hopefully, the point can be reached where needless testing is somewhat eliminated. Now that's not remote viewing, that's just sensitivity, and yet it's a part of the training.

ART Yes OK, but -- let's say a medical doctor with knowledge of the human anatomy and so forth and so on -- were fully trained as a remote viewer, would that physician be able to use remote viewing as a specific diagnostic tool.

LYN Absolutely. Yes. {ART: Wow.} This is, I mean this is one of the more obvious applications, and in fact, we're looking into a project, one of the students that I have, had, he has now graduated the advanced course, is sort of picking up the ball on this, and is contacting doctors, doing remote viewing on blind cases of patients' envelopes without the names and so forth that are sealed, and seeing if actual diagnostics can be developed through remote viewing, which match those things found by regular tesing. The results are coming out very positive.

ART That's astounding. You teach a school, correct? In other words, you take on students?

LYN That's right.

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Transcribed by PJ Gaenir,
PJ Gaenir's Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection:


Art Bell web site:

Lyn Buchanan's web site, Controlled Remote Viewing Home Page:

Paul Smith's web site, Remote Viewing Instructional Services:

Joe McMoneagle-related site (he is an associate of), Cognitive Sciences Laboratory:

The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection features Joseph McMoneagle here.

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