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Published 2007
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Simply a fabulous book! A spine-tingler showing the awesome tools available to those who would dedicate themselves, as well as the stunning research experiences of those who have succeeded in remote viewing. This book can also be for people willing to consider they have a human birthright they might not understand, but can still use and respect.

The techniques Schwartz suggests for remote viewing are elegantly simple. The research he discusses is fascinating. Schwartz is as conscientious a resear
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good book but tough sledding ... worth it, however
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