Day six of controlled remote viewing (CRV) training – final day (Saturday, Dec. 9).
Today was to be the last day of class, which included final Stage 3 sessions and an individual, personal evaluation for each student. But I woke up with an incredible sense of gratitude for those who have paved the way to expanding human consciousness in the form of remote viewing. They braved doubt, fear, social ridicule, unusual experiences and very literally changed human history.
Many of the pioneers of this craft have passed, in particular, Ingo Swann. To them I wish a fantastic journey and say thank you!
To Dr. Hal Puthoff, and Russell Targ, I cannot thank you enough for believing in yourselves, facing insurmountable odds, and applying science to what was formerly called “mystical”. That you brought this to us all as a trainable skill is remarkable beyond words.
Many of the original viewers in the military unit are still working diligently every day to assist others in training their perception and expanding their consciousness in order to make this planet safer, and saner, for us all. To you I say thank you!
Paul H. Smith is such a human being. Thank you Paul for your incessant drive, dedication, integrity and professionalism – you have truly changed my life for the better.
Thank you to Angela Thompson Smith for your kindness, instruction and patience. Your years of dedication and experience are much appreciated!
I would like to thank my fellow students who worked extremely hard side-by-side with me, who inspired me when I was exhausted, and made me laugh when I needed to – Joffre O Perreault III, Steven Koch and Kimara Smith Himchak.
The chair in the photograph on the left sat in the original Fort Meade military unit. Paul rescued it and has it sitting in his office. Plain, worn out, and completely ordinary, you barely notice it. Paul casually mentioned that all of the remote viewing greats have most likely sat in it at one time or another.
Today our class got the honor of doing so as well.
The End! (Click here for more information on our courses.)