The International Remote Viewing Association, together with the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) have just issued a "call for papers" for our joint conference, being held June 6-10 in Las Vegas. The deadline for submissions is March 1st. Details and online submission form at http://bit.ly/2DSneS5
2018 CONFERENCE NEWS!
We're excited to announce we'll be joining forces with the prestigious Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) to put on a shared conference that is certain to both inspire and challenge.
This exciting event will take place at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, June 6-10, 2018, so mark your calendars!
More info coming, soon! www.irva.org
IRVA Remembers Jim Channon:
An army of warrior monks, spreading not war, but peaceful conflict resolution- That was the possible future of a remade American army, as conceived of by Jim Channon. Jim was a retired army lieutenant colonel, a veteran of two combat tours in Vietnam, and a futurist and social prophet. His vision extended far beyond the army and military of the future. He was described as a "corporate shaman," and advocated for personal transformation on a world sc...ale. Jim suddenly and unexpectedly passed away on September 10, 2017. Now, to commemorate his passing and to help preserve the thoughts and ideas he shared with us at our remote viewing conferences, you can now own the full Jim Channon set, comprising two presentations and a panel in which he shared. Collected on three DVDs, this set is steeply discounted from the normal retail price so as many people as possible can benefit from Jim's profound wisdom. As he would have wanted, all proceeds go to support the mission of the International Remote Viewing Association, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization promoting remote viewing as a transcendent consciousness discipline in which all can partake. http://www.irva.org/shop/dvds.html#listchannon
Excited for tonight's episode of The Lowe Files, and this article's IRVA shout-out! http://www.aetv.com/…/lowe-cation-using-controlled-remote-v…
The new APERTURE features “Advanced CRV: Useful Tips and Tricks” by John P. Stahler; "An Interview with Thomas (Tom) McNear" by Cheryle L. Hopton; “The Analyst” by Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan; “Dreams" by Glenn B. Wheaton; and more.
Become an IRVA member and gain access to this fantastic resource, today!
Missing persons, lost nukes, corporate R&D, raising more intuitive kids, and humanitarian work. The 2015 Remote Viewing Conference touched on all of these, plus topics around the underpinnings of RV itself, both theoretical & practical, and a fascinating talk by keynote speaker Dr. Hal Puthoff.
Are you hard of hearing, or not fluent in English?
The archived presentation recordings of our June 10-11 online conference will include the option for subtitles (and Google-based automatic translation into a range of languages). The recordings will be available to registered attendees until the end of June! Check out the speaker's lineup and schedule at http://bit.ly/2cG0uYu and register, today!
IRVA is excited to announce the addition of Lyn Buchanan to the lineup of our upcoming ONLINE conference. Lyn's talk is titled "How To Get Unstuck", and will cover two of Ingo Swann's methods for shaking yourself loose when you hit a dead-end in an RV session.
Yes - You can participate from just about ANYWHERE, June 10-11 (or access the archived recordings of the conference until the end of the month). Register at irvaconference.org
A note from John Cook (IRVA - irvaconference.org):
With a successful Fall conference behind us, and a Spring 2018 one coming up in beautiful Las Vegas, we're aiming to fill the gap with an online conference that anyone - from any corner of the planet - can jump in on.
We've had "streaming" options, before, for those who couldn't travel and be with us all in person, but June 10-11 will mark IRVA's first fully "online" event. We're excited about the lineup, and t...he potential to grow our community a bit. Of course, this isn't in any way going to become a replacement for the in-person conferences that we've come to love, but rather a supplementary tide-me-over, for many of us who haven't shared space in some time.
I'm personally very excited about the two sessions I'm directly involved in - One being a panel discussion with Pam Coronado & Daz Smith on the topic of telepathic influence on RV data by taskers, monitors, and viewers - and a second being my own first solo talk about the potential overlaps between artificial intelligence research, RV, and the nature of consciousness.
As always, we will also have opportunities for real-life ("live", if you attend in real-time, and also on time-delay, if you jump in on the archived recordings) experiential RV experiments where *you* are the psychic spy. One of these (a first for IRVA) will be an overnight dream-RV workshop facilitated by Dale Graff & Nancy Smith. I'm super-excited to submit my own sessions for that one, if I'm not too tired to dream by that night!
All the speakers' info & registration options (discount for IRVA members in good standing, naturally) are at irvaconference.org
If you have any questions about the event, please feel free to reach out to me, personally, or via this page. We're looking forward to hosting you.
John Cook, President
International Remote Viewing Association
Registration is now OPEN for our June 10-11 ONLINE remote viewing conference! Check out the exciting lineup at http://irvaconference.org! IRVA members receive a 15% discount on registration, so now's a great time to join us!
The latest issue of Aperture is now available to IRVA members via our website! It features “Veronicube: Random-Event Generators in Remote Viewing” by David Barnes; "Synchronicity at the Fort Meade Remote Viewing Unit; “IRVA 2016 Conference" by John G. Kruth; “South of Science: Remote Viewing and Religion” by Primasita Menor; and more.
Not a member, yet? What are you waiting for? Sign up, today!