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Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing Paperback – September 1, 1993


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing; Revised edition (September 1, 1993)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1878901729
  • ISBN-13: 978-1878901729
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #328,136 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From one of the actual participants in the U.S. government's remote-viewing program comes the definitive work on remote viewing. Avoiding the snare of becoming a neo-Nostradamian prophecy, Mind Trek is a nuts-and-bolts approach to an ability that Joseph McMoneagle considers to be inherent in all human beings. There are no CIA secrets revealed in Mind Trek, but it does disclose the laboratory methods employed during U.S. government research into the field, stressing protocols that insure the veracity of results. The case it makes for the reality of remote viewing is strong. Without falling into the doomsday-prophecy trap, McMoneagle takes a step beyond the laboratory and what viewers can find over the physical horizon, exploring the implications of this ability that allows us to see to the farthest distances, even across time into our past and our future. --Brian Patterson

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You don't expect to hear about the paranormal and military intelligence... and yet, one agency was designed around psychic functioning! -- The Intuitive-Connections Network, 2005

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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By seeker on June 15, 2000
Format: Paperback
This book is THE BOOK on remote viewing in my opinion. The author in his humble way, explains step by step what remote viewing is about and how to actually do it. I tried to experiement with his techniques and got very good at doing remote diagnosing for my patients. It works! I enjoyed the style, honesty, facts, and how to of this book. I recommend it highly as a good read, and great referrence for those who are interested in non-local realities. Thanks :-)
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 18, 2000
Format: Paperback
I have read a lot on the subject of remote viewing, and until I read Joe's book I didn't think I was capable of actually doing it. The book has just the right balance of history, entertainment, and instruction to make you not want to put it down. Why spend thousands of dollars on instruction when everything you need is right here? Read it once, read it twice, then go out and do it! Only Joe has the integrity to sell you a book for under $15 postpaid when many are charging thousands for instruction that does not measure up to their claims.
As a student of philosophy, this book changed the way I view reality. When your reality is shaken like that many people become vulnerable to cults, which for me would be a definite worry if I learned from an instructor, rather than a book. This is a powerful skill and such power is often abused when in the wrong hands. Proceed with caution and don't become a victim, get the book!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 10, 1998
Format: Paperback
A lot of people write books about psychic functioning, remote viewing, and related topics. McMoneagle is one of the few with the hard credentials to stand up to the toughest critics.
One of the founders of the US Gov't "psychic spying" intelligence unit, the only individual in the gov't program from its inception to its termination, one of the rare handful of people to specialize in both intelligence psi data collection and scientific research, McMoneagle has demonstrated his RV abilities live before congress, in intelligence, in the lab, and on national television (some in the USA, mostly in the UK). He's the only known soldier to win a Legion of Merit (the highest award an intell agent can win during peacetime) for psi work.
If you read Jim Schnabel's "Remote Viewers..." you may end up feeling like it is a Joe-the-Hero book -- most of the amazing tales, feats of glory, and opportunities to brag in this field come directly from the archives ! of Joe's personal sessions.
So, it's pretty interesting to hear it from Joe's point of view. MIND TREK was originally released in 1993 -- two years before the US Gov't program was declassified -- back when few had heard of the subject. When the CIA declassified the program and it got tremendous publicity in late 1995, sales skyrocketed. In 1997 a second edition of MIND TREK was printed, with the small addition of a couple of chapters on RV myths and the STAR GATE program. (As another Amazon reviewer noted, other than these two chapters and a couple minor details, there is no real difference between the first and second editions.)
The book MIND TREK is mostly the story of a slice of Joe's life.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Vincent J. Lasorso on July 16, 2000
Format: Paperback
Joe has written a very good "how to do" remote viewing book that opens the door for all who wish to walk into this wonderful world. There is a lot of good practical advice that doesn't overwhelm the novice but enriches the knowledge base of an expereinced viewer. I also recommend his new book for those who want further depth to the subject. Joe is undoubtly the best teacher of this subject in the world.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 31, 1999
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I loved this book. First I should say that I read it after having first read other books on remote viewing, and after having "remote viewed" myself. I had precisely the "beginner's luck" McMoneagle talks about it in his book, which was just as freaky to me as was to him way back when at Stanford. (What I remote viewed was a page in a new magazine I hadn't yet opened. I stuck my finger in at random and then registered my impressions. I saw gray cubes like ice. When I opened the magazine, there was a photograph of an Art Deco skyscraper -- bluish-gray -- constructed of "cubes". Well, you could have mopped me up off off the floor. Another remote view was a page in a new issue of Time, again, one I hadn't yet opened. I saw green, just this incredibly intense field of green. When I opened the magazine, I found my finger on a large intensely green rectangle -- part of an advertisement.) Without going on at length about my own experiences, I'll just say that I know remote viewing works because I've done it myself. As a beginner (and a very unsteady one) I really appreciated the chance to read about it from one of the pros. Thank you Joe McMoneagle for a really terrific book.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Ratliff on July 4, 2006
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I recently saw an article about remote viewing, and was of course curious as to exactly what it was, who did it, how it is done, etc. After searching through Amazon to find a relevant book, I chose this one. I thought it was an interesting read, and fully explains the "what it is" portion of my questions. Although it is not a step by step guide, it is a very good book to see what remote viewing is capable of, and the history of it within our own government. Kudos to Joe for showing us what remote viewing can do, and what it cannot do. The truth is out there, and Joe tells it to you. I would highly suggest reading this book first if you were like me and knew very little about remote viewing. After you have read it, then you will know enough to decide if you want to explore the subject further.
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