Paul H. Smith - The Shotgun Wedding Between Dowsing and Remote Viewing IRVA 2007
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(Feb 04, 2008)
In the hunt for the Cold War bad guys -- the Middle East hostage takers, the narcotraffickers, the terrorist cells, the mobile enemy missile launchers -- remote viewing was often called upon as a last resort, when every other intelligence collection means had failed. Sometimes remote viewing helped, but often it didn't. That's because remote viewing allows someone to access a target with his or her mind, and verbally and with sketching describe the target, but usually can't give the actual location unless someone happens to recognize a landmark the remote viewer describes. To try to solve this problem, the remote viewers in the US military's Star Gate Program developed techniques for dowsing (finding the unknown location of a person, place, thing, or event, through the interaction of the dowser's subconscious with a rod or pendulum held in the dowser's hand.). In "The Shotgun Wedding Between Dowsing and Remote Viewing," Major Paul H. Smith (US Army, ret.) tells how dowsing was adopted and used, describes techniques, and shows examples gleaned from the CIA's archives of some of dowsing's amazing success stories.
Paul H. Smith, Major, U.S. Army (ret.), is the author of Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate - America's Psychic Espionage Program. Smith served for seven years in the U.S. government's remote viewing program at Ft. Meade, MD. During 1984 he became one of only a handful of government personnel to be personally trained in coordinate remote viewing (CRV) by Ingo Swann. Smith was the primary author of the program's CRV training manual and served as theory instructor for new CRV trainees, as well as recruiting officer and unit security officer. He is credited with over a thousand training and operational remote viewing sessions during his time with the military unit at Ft. Meade. He was transferred out of the program in 1990 to participate in Desert Storm and retired from the Army in 1996.
Smith is president of Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc., a company offering remote viewing training and has recently released his Learn Dowsing DVD training program. He is also a founding director of IRVA, and currently serves as the organization's president. Smith is a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, writing on consciousness, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science.
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