Monday, September 17, 2007

IRVA Remote Viewing Conference

3-Day Remote Viewing Conference

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jacques Vallee

"On the Software of Consciousness: Personal recollections from the early days of the remote viewing program"

When and where is it?

The 2007 Remote Viewing Conference will be held on October 19-21, 2007 at the Alexis Park Resort just off the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada.

What is the IRVA Conference?

The event is sponsored by the International Remote Viewing Association, which was organized in 1999 by a group of experts that included the original creators of the government remote viewing program; Dr. Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ, along with other luminaries with long histories in the field, such as past-president of IRVA, Stephan A. Schwartz. Previous conferences have featured Ingo Swan, the father of remote viewing; Dr. Edgar Mitchell, founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, ESP researcher, and Apollo astronaut; Dean Radin, scientist and leading advocate of remote viewing and ESP; and legendary military remote viewer Mel Riley, just for starters.

What should I expect from this year's conference?

This year features scientist and respected UFO researcher Jacques Vallee, model for the scientist character in Stephen Spielberg's classic "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." Dr. Vallee recently revealed that he worked for many years with the government remote viewing program and was one of Ingo Swann's first guinea pigs in learning the CRV (controlled remote viewing) process upon which nearly all modern remote viewing methods are based.

Who will be speaking this year?

The 2007 Remote Viewing Conference will be kicked by Stephan A. Schwartz, who will be speaking on "Opening to the Infinite," exploring what remote viewing tells us about our nature as human beings.

Just a few of the three days of speakers this year include:

Dr. Jessica Utts, Professor, University of California at Davis
Lyn Buchanan, former military remote viewer and Director of P>S>I>
Major Paul H. Smith (US Army, ret.)
George McMullen, Archaeological Remote Viewer
Glenn Wheaton, founder of the Hawaii Remote Viewing Guild

There will also be an opportunity for all attendees to get some basic instruction in remote viewing and try remote viewing for themselves during the "out-bounder" experiment that is a regular and very popular feature of the conference.
or call toll free: 866-374-4782
(9:00am-4:30pm Eastern)

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