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Alexis Poquiz and Marty Rosenblatt - Advances, Innovations and Statistics IRVA 2014


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Advances, Innovations and Statistics in Applying Precognition

The presentation introduces an innovative method for calculating “Anomalous Cognition Ratings” to represent an individual’s remote viewing skill level versus chance. Remote viewing the future always involved analysis and judging in one form or another to make specific predictions which become part of APP’s database. We present underlying connections behind the statistics to reveal important information about precognition.

How do you distinguish one remote viewer from another? How can you compare and gauge the skill of an individual remote viewer amongst their perrs? We introduce the concept of Anomalous Cognition Ratings, a numerical representation, of an individual’s ability to perform anomalous cognition above chance.


Alexis Poquiz is an Ambassador for APP. He has a B.A. in Economics from UW and is currently a student pursuing a Computer Science Degree. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp as a Battalion Logistics Embarkation Chief. Alexis is currently in charge of developing a comprehensive relational database to enable APP to extract meaningful relationships and correlations from the data they have collected. He is recognized for using an unorthodox approach of utilizing complex sets of algorithms to systematically score and evaluate remote viewing sessions. Alexis is the original administrator and founder of the largest remote viewing group in Facebook since 2004.

Marty Rosenblatt

Statistics can lie. Statistics can reveal the truth. Buried within the precognition statistics are entanglements with the consciousness and submerged consciousness of viewers and taskers (group managers). These connections are not always obvious, but by correlating ARV Hits/Misses with comments, emails, and phone conversations, important information about precognition is being revealed.


Marty Rosenblatt is COO of the Applied Precognition Project (APP). He is also the Group Manager for several APP precognition groups. He is both an Associative Remote Viewer and Analyst/Judge, applying the 1ARV.WE “Winning Entaglements” protocol. Marty is also President of Physics Intuition Applications, which he founded in 1998 to apply Remote Viewing to predicting stock market and sporting event outcomes. He writes the online magazine, “Connections Through Time.” Marty teaches financial and sports precognition application workshops with other experienced experts from the Remote Viewing commnity. Marty has a M.S. in Physics from UCLA.

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • DVD Release Date: December 16, 2015
  • Run Time: 51 minutes
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  • ASIN: B019FW7AWE
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