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True skepticism does not begin by being anti-anything. The processes of open consideration and examination (i.e., research) will ultimately establish whether something exists or not. ~ Ingo Swann

The DIA Coordinate Remote Viewing Manual

 

CRV (formerly known as 'coordinate remote viewing') was the skill developed for the US government's Star Gate program (sometimes written as 'Stargate') to teach ordinary soldiers how to literally become "psychic spies." Now it is available to all, not just the military. The DIA CRV Manual was developed in 1986 by Paul H. Smith as the primary author, with much collaboration from the Ft. Meade Army personnel who were Ingo Swann's direct students (Bill Ray, Ed Dames, Charlene Shufelt, and Tom McNear), under the guidance of Skip Atwater, who had extensive interaction with Ingo Swann and Hal Puthoff throughout the CRV development and training process. The manual was intended to serve as a comprehensive explanation of the theory and mechanics of CRV as developed by SRI-I. At the conclusion of the writing, Fred (Skip) Atwater forwarded a copy of the manual to Ingo Swann for his assessment. This letter is his response.
 

C O O R D I N A T E

R E M O T E   V I E W I N G

1 MAY 1986

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION 1
A. General
B. Background 2
THEORY 4
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Discussion 5
D. Levels of Consciousness 6
E. Learning Theory 8
F. Reference Material 11
STRUCTURE
A. Concept
B. Definitions and Discussion
C. Summary 16
STAGE I 18
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Site Requirements 19
D. Types of Ideograms
E. Vertical/Horizontal Ideogram Orientation
F. I/A/B Formation 20
G. Phases I and II 21
H. Drills
I. Format
STAGE II
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Site Requirements
D. Clusters
E. "Basic" Words 25
F. Aperture
G. Dimensionals
H. AOL 26
I. Aesthetic Impact (AI)
J. Drills/Exercises
K. Format 27
STAGE III
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Site Requirements 31
D. The Six Primary Dimensionals
E. Aesthetic Impact
F. Motion/Mobility 33
G. Dimensional Expression on Paper
H. Movement/Movement Exercises 35
I. Analytic Overlay (AOL) in Stage III 36
J. Format 37
STAGE IV 39
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Stage IV Matrix 40
D. Session Format and Mechanics
E. Format 41
STAGE V 44
A. Concept
B. Definitions
C. Format and Structure 45
D. Implications 47
E. Considerations
F. Switches 48
G. AOL and Stage V 49
H. Format 50
STAGE VI 54
A. Concept
B. Functions of Modeling
C. RV Modality
D. Discussion 55
E. Session Mechanics
F. Format 56
GLOSSARY 62
 

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