PAUL H. SMITH
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 2009. Doctorate of Philosophy in philosophy. Dissertation: Is Phyiscailism "Really" True? An Empirical Argument Against the Universal Construal of Physicalism.
MS, Defense Intelligence College, 1993. Masters of Science of Strategic Intelligence. Middle East concentration, subconcentration in Terrorism and Low Intensity Conflict. Thesis: Assessing the Viability of a Palestinian State.
University of Southern California, Masters Program in International Relations (Mid-East emphasis). Munich Germany Center. 16 credit hours completed.
BA, Brigham Young University, 1982. Major: University Studies. Emphasis in Middle Eastern Languages and Affairs, sub-emphases in Fine Art and English.
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE
President and Chief Instructor of Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc. since 1997. Concurrently (1997-2009), doctoral student at a major university performing teaching duties in addition to required studies. Prior to that, twenty years as a military intelligence professional, including combat and tactical, national-level strategic, and special operations intelligence experience. Mid-East specialist, with considerable foreign language and area studies background. Extensive experience as an operational remote viewer and remote viewing instructor, both in the military and civilian environments.
PREVIOUS TITLES AND POSITIONS
Chief, Intelligence and Security Division, DCSOPS, Military District of Washington, Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C.
Strategic Intelligence Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
Tactical Intelligence Officer, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Intelligence Project Officer (remote viewer), U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command and DIA.
Mid-East Desk Officer, U.S. Army Operations Group, Ft. Meade, MD.
Special Operations Tactical/Strategic Intelligence Officer, Special Forces Detachment (Airborne), Europe, Bad Toelz, Germany.
Arabic Linguist, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Ft. Campbell, KY.
Botanical Illustrator. Brigham Young University.
German (fluent); Arabic, Hebrew (knowledgeable).
President and primary instructor, Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc.
President, The International Remote Viewing Association.
READING THE ENEMY'S MIND - Inside Star Gate, America's Psychic Espionage Program
Collected, collated, and edited the entire intelligence collection management portion of the 1994 revision of the Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS) manual, and authored significant portions of it.
Wrote the entire collection management section for a revision of Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures manuals 2-01 and 2-02.
Primary author for the Defense Intelligence Agency's Coordinate Remote Viewing technical training manual.
Authored Assessing the Viability of a Palestinian State, a 260-page thesis on the survival prospects for a possible Palestinian state.
SELECTED PUBLISHED WORK
Review. In Military Intelligence, Vol. 9, No. 4, Oct-Dec 1983, of Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's: Clandestine Intelligence, Roy Godson, ed..
Article. "Ultimate Red Chip in the Middle East: The Soviet Intervention Threat," Army, Nov. 1983, pp. 18-27. (Cover article on potential for Soviet intervention in a Syrian-Israeli confrontation scenario.)
Script. "Sailing Through the System," a 20-minute orientation film for new cancer outpatients produced under the auspices of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Oncology Center and the American Cancer Society, 1987.
Review. In Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin, January-March 1993, of The Wald Report: The Decline of Israeli Security Since 1967, by Emmanuel Wald.
Review. In Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin, July-September 1994, of Riding the Tiger: The Middle East Challenge After the Cold War.
Article. "The Changing of the Guard." Vigor (newsletter). Issue 10 (September 1995).
Review. In Military Review, September-October 1995, of Special Operations Forces: An Assessment, by John M. Collins.
Review. In Military Review, July-August 1996, of Lightning in the Storm: The 101st Air Assault Division in the Gulf War, by Thomas Taylor.
Guest columnist, Washington Merry-go-round (Jack Anderson column), January 1997.
"Wittgenstein and the Ineffable: Tractatus 7 (What there is to say about 'that whereof one cannot speak')," the University of Texas at Austin Second Annual Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, 18 April 1998.
"Mormonism and the Hundredth Monkey: LDS Doctrine In Light of Rupert Sheldrake's Hypothesis of Formative Causation," Sunstone Theological Symposium X, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 1988.
"Mormonism and the New Age." Sunstone Theological Symposium, Washington, DC, April 1989.
"Illusions of Autocracy," Sunstone Theological Symposium XI, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 1989, and Sunstone Theological Symposium, Washington, DC, April 1990.
"Sacred, Yes--But Secret, Too: Ambivalent Attitudes Toward the Temple," Sunstone Theological Symposium, Washington, DC, April 1992.
"Mormonism Seduced: The LDS Church and the Materialist Worldview," Sunstone Theological Symposium, Washington, DC, 15 March 1993; also Salt Lake City, August 1993.
"War in Heaven, War on Earth: The Militaristic Gospel of Jesus Christ," Sunstone Theological Symposium, 12 March, 1994.
"Confessions of a Mormon Psychic Spy," Sunstone Theological Symposium, Washington, DC, April 1997.