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THE CONTROLLED REMOTE VIEWING MANUAL. USED AS A MANUAL FOR TRV TRAINING USED AS A REFERENCE MANUAL FOR CRV TRAINING AN HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Before anything else, I want to say: This manual does not, and cannot, replace personal instruction in the psychic methodology of Controlled Remote Viewing. There is context and unique-to-you situations that could never be addressed in any mass-marketed form. Those interested in obtaining CRV training from a legitimate instructor (former members of the US Gov't RV project who were Viewer... More >>>
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Publisher:  PUA Media Library
Category:   Art Of Pickup
Author:      Pj Gaenir
Format:      eBook
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THE CONTROLLED REMOTE VIEWING MANUAL. USED AS A MANUAL FOR TRV TRAINING USED AS A REFERENCE MANUAL FOR CRV TRAINING AN HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Before anything else, I want to say: This manual does not, and cannot, replace personal instruction in the psychic methodology of Controlled Remote Viewing. There is context and unique-to-you situations that could never be addressed in any mass-marketed form. Those interested in obtaining CRV training from a legitimate instructor (former members of the US Gov't RV project who were Viewers and instructors in that project) may contact Paul H. Smith at RVIS (Texas USA), or Lyn Buchanan at P>S>I (New Mexico USA) for more information.

I have six copies of this document on my desk. One has a simple typed cover and a copyright page. One has a "Psi-Tech" cover and a copyright page. Another two have Psi-Tech covers and no copyright page. And the other three have a large "CRV" cover with no copyright page. [Later note: OK, that's seven. Whoops!] These were sent me by an assortment of people another dozen people offered me copies, which I didn't need. I have refused to name my sources of the manual, mostly because I feel it is irrelevent, and also because it would only be used as leverage for those who don't believe it should be public to hassle those who provided it. The original version from the military unit is the simple typed cover with the copyright page included. Whether there were previous or alternate versions within that unit, I don't know. The legitimacy of this manual: I am certain this is the manual written in and used in the former Army intelligence unit which utilized remote viewing. Individuals from the unit familiar with it have confirmed this either by comparing contents (page numbers/topics) with their own versions, or by glancing at it and telling me it was indeed the same document. Its accuracy concerning CRV, concerning Swann's own interpretation of CRV, its usefulness as a training document, and other issues are beyond my knowledge or comment. - P.J. Gaenir