Courtesy, Robert Knight

Remote Viewing Hide-and-Seek

One classic and easy-to-do experiential remote viewing exercise is called an “outbounder,” or “beacon” experiment. Legendary remote viewing creator Ingo Swann originated the concept in 1971. At the time he was working with the American Society for Psychical Research, or ASPR, in New York City. “Why not send someone to an undisclosed location, then have […]

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Paul H. Smith teaching about remote viewing 
at the Institute for Neuroscience and Consciousness Studies in 2015

“What is Remote Viewing?” workshop with Dr. Paul Smith

“What is Remote Viewing?” workshop to be featured at the 2016 Remote Viewing Conference. Because of a high percentage of people attending the 2016 Remote Viewing conference who have only recently discovered remote viewing, we have added yet another interactive opportunity to the conference line up. “What is Remote Viewing?” will be a 90-minute presentation […]

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Are You the Best Psychic Spy?

An exciting new opportunity at the 2016 Remote Viewing Conference: Do you have what it takes to be a psychic spy? The International Remote Viewing Association wants to know! Join us for the awarding of the first ever IRVA-sponsored “Psychic Spy Contest.” Conceived and guided by IRVA Board Member Ellen Zechman, MD, the competition was […]

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We are honored to present Dr. Marilyn Schlitz as this year’s keynote speaker. Marilyn Schlitz, Ph.D. is a social anthropologist, researcher, award winning writer, and charismatic public speaker. She serves as President Emeritus and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Additionally, she is a Senior Scientist at the California Pacific Medical Center, […]

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Call for Papers

Official Call for Papers 2016 IRVA Conference September 23-25, 2016 Please have your submissions in no later than midnight June 10, 2016 to have your presentation considered. You will find detailed instructions and requirements here. Call for Papers

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IRVA Conference 2016 will be held in New Orleans, LA. Exact dates and venue will be confirmed soon! Why did we choose the Big Easy? The historic French Quarter is comprised of over 100 square-blocks of art, dining, shopping, entertainment and architectural treasures. The architecture gives New Orleans a charm like no other American city […]

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