Bill Ray

William G. Ray (Maj., US Army, ret.)

Adjunct Faculty

A veteran of five war-time tours in Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan, Bill Ray is a retired Army major and DoD Civilian, with more than 50 years of combined Federal government service as an intelligence and counterintelligence officer, 20 of which were in Europe. He is one of five Star Gate military remote viewing program viewers trained by Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann, the creators of remote viewing.

Bill spent over three and a half years as a remote viewer with the remote viewing unit at Fort George G. Meade. For 18 months of that time he lead the unit as its commander. During 1985 to 1986 he facilitated the complex and difficult transfer of the Star Gate program from the Army Intelligence and Security Command to the Defense Intelligence Agency. He has been involved with remote viewing since the beginning of 1984, with hundreds of operational remote viewing sessions to his credit. Bill also taught controlled remote viewing (CRV) privately for several years while stationed in Europe and also since his return to the United States. Since 2002, he has served as an adjunct faculty member and instructor for Remote Viewing Instructional Services, when his official duties permitted.

He has been the engaging and entertaining master of ceremonies for several of the annual Remote Viewing Conferences (sponsored by the International Remote Viewing Association). His 2010 Remote Viewing Conference presentation on the fundamentals of monitoring remote viewing sessions is a classic work in the field.

Bill has a bachelors degree in history from the State University of New York and a masters degree in international relations from the University of Southern California. He currently resides in Wisconsin, where he helps his adult children in their restaurant business and fills his primary role as proud grandfather.

 

 

 

Nancy Jeane, M.Ed.

Assistant Instructor

Nancy has 23 years experience as an educator in New York state and Texas public schools, and has been a student of remote viewing and active in the remote viewing community in one way or another for nearly a decade. She has completed training through Advanced Controlled Remote Viewing with Paul H. Smith, and has also taken training from F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater, Lyn Buchanan, and David Morehouse. She has worked as an assistant instructor for RVIS, Inc. since 2007, bringing her talents to assist in training scores of new remote viewers. She is also a former member of the board of the International Remote Viewing Association, and is author of the book Reading My Mind–A Personal Journal: From Retired School Teacher to Professional Remote Viewer.

She has also completed at least twelve Monroe Institute Workshops and is a member of the Professional Division at The Monroe Institute (TMI). Nancy has a further interest in intuitive healing, and has worked with several healing techniques including classes with Mietek Wirkus, Caroline Myss, and Dr. C. Norman Shealy. She has completed the Third Degree Reiki Certification.

She has a bachelor of science degree from Stephen F. Austin University, a master of education from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, and five Texas state educational certificates.

 

 

 

Daryl Gibson and Melvin Laird
Daryl Gibson with the late Hon. Melvin R. Laird

Daryl Gibson

Treasurer; Director of Community Out-reach

Daryl is a career journalist who has worked as a reporter for the Las Vegas Review Journal, The Boulder (CO) Daily Camera, and as managing editor for legendary investigative journalist Jack Anderson’s Washington Merry-go-Round column. She is the co-author with Mr. Anderson of his memoir, Peace, War, and Politics: An Eyewitness Account, and contributing author of With Honor: Melvin Laird in War, Peace, and Politics, the authorized biography of Melvin Laird, secretary of defense under President Richard Nixon. She is an editor and ghost writer of numerous books on the subjects of personal and political biography, family history, etc. Among these, she edited or contributed to books about General Norman Schwartzkopf; to a book about families in the Mormon colonies in Mexico; to a book on the Charlie Keating savings-and-loan scandal; and to a book investigating the AARP, among many others. Daryl is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in Journalism. Her blog, “Parenting in the Borderlands” focuses on issues relating to parents and their adult children.