[VWR]-Digest: V2 #74

Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 10:19:58
From: "Paul H. Smith" <phsmith@rviewer.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Wrinkley targets

At 06:00 PM 3/31/98 +0100, MaryD wrote:

>Has anyone a suggestion for attaching pictures printed on glossy paper, eg
>from National Geographic on to card, without ending up with wrinkles. I
>have tried wall paper paste, PVA, without success.

Try a Glue Stick (you can get 'em in any office supply store--at least here
in the US; if they aren't available in the UK, this could be a profitable
importing opportunity! ;-). Rubber cement should also work.


Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 01:27:35 -0800
From: Rick Lucertini <nexus@intergate.bc.ca>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Psychotropic Drugs

Hi, Greg and all,

You spent so long with the shamans, rites, etc. and yet you shared
none of that "infamous urbanite's" insatiable curiosity about
alternative compounds? Hmmmm . . . not protecting yourself from a
Viewer's onslaught, are you? ;-)

BTW, your post was great. I agree with yours and David's [Pursglove]
position regarding drugs. Shamanistic "versions" of remote viewing
are, in an obviously different context, just as legit as our own.
They would look at our gray rooms, our coffee machines, a viewer
stepping out for a smoke, etc. as anthropological oddities . . . and
they would be correct.

Rick Lucertini
Vancouver, Canada

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Moderator's Note:
RV vs. Good Drugs.... mmmmmnnnn.... RV is cheaper. :-) -- PJ

Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 21:03:22 -0500
From: Rich Krankoski <kranko@ac.net>
Subject: Re: [VWR]-Digest: V2 #71

Welcome back PJ,

With such a sudden move I was sure that you received one of those "earth
changes" maps, verified it with an RV session and got the hell out of

Just remember, now when you call Art you have to use the East of the
rockies number.

I tried the Texas skeptic target #2 and missed withthe rest of
them...."flat topped mountain".....
Lets see......using the barn theory....I really viewed the pyramid
upside down......or something. By the way Paul, that was a summary I
posted...not my formatted structured session.....dont grade it.

Yaana Allen wrote:

Past lives......(mis-typed that past livers),.....

I used to be interested in that field thanks to Cayce books but gave it
up as "bogus".

Can anyone recommend any recent books? Any Bridey Murphy type
investigations? Any documented proof?

Personal e-mails ok. I dont want to get off subject.


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Moderator's Note: I signed your name for you Rich. :-)

No, my move is not related to 'earth changes' or predictions, even
though Paul Smith recently moved to Texas also, and Lyn Buchanan
recently moved about a day's drive from here (in NM) and Hal Puthoff
even lives down here. That is all entirely coincidence, I swear. :-)

Besides, if RV skills'll save us, we should follow Joe McMoneagle
around. Maybe for all our sakes he could decide to move somewhere
tropical. That would be convenient.

Re: Past Life Regressions (PLR), actually some highly credible work
has been done in the field of "past life memories." (This is actually
related to RV indirectly, since the access of facts and experiences
from another time/place falls into the RV category regardless of
what title is stuck on it.) A few quite respectable psychologists
kinda tossed their careers into the dirt to focus exclusively on the
topic, with some fascinating study results. At this point there is
quite a bit of (empirical, of course) evidence documented by
investigators in the field, particularly in the case of children
remembering great detail about lives spent (as adults) in cultures
dramatically different from their own. Some of the accounts would
knock your socks off. I don't have references off the top of my
head. Maybe David Pursglove knows of some.

I used to think genetic memory probably accounted for PLR stuff, but
that would make the remembered death experiences difficult to
explain. I also thought psychology alone accounted for it for
awhile, but contrary to popular belief, most people do NOT claim to
be Cleopatra -- they're some nobody peasant in 1514 who dies in the
snow or something, not remotely interesting except to them, just how
one might expect many lives to be. I've had "fragments" of memories
of "other lives" but have never been hypnotized to that end or gotten
into any detail on them (they were all traumatic and I'm not exactly
inspired to explore that). There may be 20 different explanations
for that sort of thing all woven together. In any case I think PL
memories, whether directly or 'on behalf of someone else' definitely
fall into the category of psi. I used to wish I could be regressed
and come out speaking Etruscan or something that would 'prove' it to
me. Proof, alas, is a rare thing in my life. :-) -- PJ

Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 04:04:43 EST
From: USPsiSquad <USPsiSquad@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [VWR] Targeting paradoxHale Bopp 'Companion' RV

Thanks for the clarification Moderator's Note Pru. That's exactly the type of
telepathic overlay thing I was referring to in my own note.
Bevy J

Date: Sat, 4 Apr 1998 17:26:40 +0200
From: "Liam" <liam@zmatrix.com>
Subject: [VWR] AOL in ERV

(AOL= "Analytical Overlay." The process of adding, omitting or
altering data received via psi means based upon logical assumptions,
memories, associations, et al. -- Moderator)

>Most certainly there are AOL's in ERV and after working extensively
>in both CRV and ERV as a monitor... I can tell you with some
>authority that the evilness of AOL drive happens much quicker and
>with more frequency in ERV than in CRV... Gene...

Hi all;

Liam here. Well said Gene! AOL is a huge danger in ERV. That is
the reason, IMHO, a monitor is more important in ERV than in CRV. In
CRV you know that if you get a visual it is AOL. But, ERV is visual,
or maybe para-visual(new word, I just invented). The other danger is
in ERV you are in an altered state and much less able to reason out
this is AOL. Telephone poles in a desert become trees, than a forest
and then you are off on a trip. I believe one basic rule applies to
interpreting data from an ERV or CRV session. Rule: If it is raw
data - it is probably correct. If it is interpretation of raw data
(by the viewer while on site)- it is probably incorrect.

Sorry I have not been contributing more. I have been busy. I must
comment later on Pru's comment that Gene was a perfect Gentleman.
Come on Pru. The lad can turn the Irish Charm on when he wants to,
but under the Celtic charm the man is a barbarian. He did not know
how to eat with a knife and fork when I first met him. In the last
twenty years I have been able to educate him so he no longer
embarrasses himself in public but a "Gentleman."????

May the force be with you

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Moderator's Note: Intell soldiers with a personable exterior....
you guys are all barbarians in disguise. ;-) <Ducking> -- PJ

Date: Sat, 11 Apr 1998 19:54:57 -0500
From: List Owner PJ Gaenir <palyne@zmatrix.com>
Subject: [VWR] List Bizness

Dear Viewers,

I apologize for the delay in mailing. I have a lot of posts to go
out. I'm having serious dial-up problems (and other problems) here
and I probably took the group back from Pru too soon.... but I didn't
know this would be the case, and I'd already overstayed my planned
time offline. This should be resolved within a week.

In the meantime, I know I have a zillion emails here from people
wondering if they're off the list, re-subscribing etc. At most it'll
be another week, and then I'll send all the cumulating messages out
at once. Sorry again for the delay. (The group has been through
worse and survived, so I'm not too worried. We'll get it together


Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 11:04:43 +-100
From: Steve Crietzman <steve@parabbs.demon.co.uk>
Subject: [VWR] Parapsychology in Intelligence

Dear All:

A new declassified FOIA document is available via the URL below, entitled
"Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review." It is a 12-page
article, written for the "Studies in Intelligence" magazine of Winter 1977.
It joins approximately 370 pages of remote-viewing FOIA material already
online, free for all to read and use as they like.

You may find it of interest.

URL: http://www.acornusers.org/stargate/

Feel free to mail me with any questions relating to this new document, or
visit the online BBS which has recently been set up for that very reason.
I'm happy to help in any way.

Best regards,
Steve (ICQ#2599471)

Date: Sat, 28 Mar 1998 12:02:01 -0000
From: Steve Crietzman <steve@parabbs.demon.co.uk>
Subject: [VWR] Star Gate Declassified Documents Website

Dear List:

The entire collection of CIA/DoD-released remote-viewing documents are now
available by following the links on this URL:


In total, there are 370 pages (judging by the number of files in the
documents drawer), making up the so-far-declassified CIA-badged "Star Gate
Collection." I may have made the occassional slip up: a page scanned
twice, or a page missed. I suspected this may of happened during scanning,
but have not yet found an example of this happening (maybe I'm just
paranoid ;).

I was very careful, but I can't guarantee perfection - I had to manually
hand-scan every page over a period of about a week, and I'm not perfect.
But if you do find a mistake like this, PLEASE report it to me immediately
and I will be happy to rectify the problem.

All documents are scanned in "actual size" - i.e. if you print the document
(remember to remove margins in your software!), you should get a
near-perfect duplication of the actual page.

The first 270 or so pages are done in B&W, the last 100 in greyscale. The
last 100 pages are therefore better quality, and the first set may be a
little "bitty." I did not have sufficient space to scan all in at top
quality.. sorry!

Note: The final document, "Novel Biophysical Information Transfer (NBIT)
Mechanisms", a review of Soviet parapsychological research, has until now
never been uploaded to my website, and I am not aware of it ever being
uploaded anywhere else on the Internet. This is also the first time all
pages are online in GRAPHICAL format (including the monstrous Progress
Report No. 3!)

If you print out all pages, you will have saved yourself about $25 in FOIA
costs (but probably spent $25 in ink ribbon - Oh well.)

I hope you find this material useful. Also, for anyone reading hell-bent
on using exact terminology, I used the term "Star Gate" as it is the CIA's
very own term for the entire remote-viewing program ("Star Gate Collection"
etc.) I am merely using the terminology of the documents themselves, and
it is a convienant cover-all name for every RV project.

I am hoping to add some more documents as they are declassified, though it
may be a while.

Enjoy, and happy browsing! Be sure to let me know what you think, and how
it looks on your browser! (Barely tested yet.)


LETTER TO CIA AND CIA REPLY: The FOIA request itself and subsequent reply
(4 pages.)

THE AIR REVIEW: A controversial paper that concludes "continued use of
remote-viewing in intelligence gathering operations is not warranted." It's
a 6-page summary of a report prepared by the American Institutes for
Research, entitled "An Evaluation of Remote Viewing: Research and
Applications." (6 pages)

CIA STATEMENT ON REMOTE-VIEWING: A single-page statement describing the
CIA's official public stance on remote-viewing (1 page).

PROGRESS REPORT NO.3: Sub-titled "Perceptual Augmentation Techniques", and
dated 31 October 1974, this is a hefty report summarising progress until
this point (109 pages.)

FINAL REPORT (Part One): A 1975 report subtitled "Perceptual Augmentation
Techniques - Part One -- Executive Summary." Summary of research (16

FINAL REPORT (Part Two): Part two of the above report, this one is much
longer. (109 pages)

FINAL REPORT - Novel Biophysical Information Transfer (NBIT) Mechanisms.
Summary of unclassified Soviet research in parapsychology involving
biophysical information transfer mechanisms. This report has never, to my
knowledge, before been uploaded to the Web. (94 pages)

I hope you find this material useful in your research!

Best regards,

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Moderator's Note: This is great stuff. Wish I had it on MY web
site. I hope everyone interested in RV's formal history will take
the time to look at some of this documentation on Steve's site. Took
him a massive amount of work, time, and some money, to put it
together and make it available for free to everyone. Thanks!!! -- PJ

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