John Alexander

Sonoma Room

Researching the Unknown

Remote Viewers know that it works but no one knows how. While there are several theories about the
process, the limits of human consciousness still elude scientists. From the beginning remote viewing
research focused on proving the existence and efficacy. How could remote viewers obtain accurate
information about events separated by distance? Even more perplexing, how could practitioners
transcend time both precognitively and retrocognitively?
This presentation examines the need for interdisciplinary approaches to the study of consciousness. To
date most research has attempted to narrowly focus on the subset data available. While it may make
analysis easier for researchers, the delineation also a priori excludes data and observations that may be
germane to a deeper understanding of the underlying foundations.  Included are personal experiences in related fields that probably impact remote viewing capabilities.