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Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time & Space through Remote Viewing

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Remote viewing is the ability to correctly perceive & describe detailed information about a remote place, person or thing-- regardless of the normal boundaries of time & space. For over 25 years it has represented the cutting edge of research into powers of the mind. The author's near death experience in 1970 ultimately drew him to the Cognitive Sciences Lab of SRI ...more
Paperback, 263 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Hampton Roads Publishing Co. (Charlottesville, VA)
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Jun 01, 2015 Owlseyes rated it really liked it
Shelves: remote-viewing

J. McMoneagle, experienced researcher of the PSI phenomenon, but, mostly, a remote-viewer of top quality, prides himself of being a war veteran (Vietnam's) and having had a NDE* in Austria.

He'd been involved in Project Stargate**.

As to the quality of this agent 001 (002 doesn’t exist, it would hint on the number of operatives...), JM told this story: Jimmy Carter was once asked about how he found out about a certain “plane”; the president had replied “we used one of our psychics”. Yet, he blew
Michael Miley
Apr 24, 2008 Michael Miley rated it really liked it
Back when I was writing for UFO Magazine, I decided to take a look into the phenomenon of remote viewing, to see what it might have to tell us about the UFO phenomenon. I'd read a book by a professor named Courtney Brown who made all sorts of claims for special knowledge, obtained through remote viewing, of UFOs and aliens. As I looked into remote viewing, I quickly discovered that the US military had been very interestd in the topic for some twenty years, having developed a military program at ...more
Erik Graff
Sep 14, 2010 Erik Graff rated it liked it
Recommends it for: ESP fans
Recommended to Erik by: Michael Miley
Shelves: psychology
Remote viewing is that form of ESP formerly referred to as clairvoyance or, more properly, clairvoyance with protocols. Joseph Moneagle claims to have been involved in government sponsored research dealing with it for eighteen years--until funding was cut in the mid-nineties--and on his own subsequently. Most of this research, he admits, was practically concerned with spying, but this book is no expose.

What Mind Trek is is virtually an introductory "how to" book for those wanting to study or pra
Sep 07, 2015 Hil rated it liked it
This wasn't quite as interesting as I had hoped, with mainly grey and tedious descriptions and lots of methodology, but peppered with a few of the really interesting things encountered on his 'targets'. If you're someone who is interested in trying out remote viewing this might be more interesting, but for me if I'd ever thought of trying it, reading about all the faff and effort involved put me off. He's an interesting man though. I'd be interested in watching an interview with him. He's also w ...more
Mike S
Jul 08, 2014 Mike S rated it it was amazing
Shelves: metaphysics
This is a fascinating story, it's written with a great deal of thought and sincerity, Joe did a lot of soul searching and we get to hear all about it. You'll read what it's like to RV, how the author developed and practiced his skills, and some of the incredible stuff he saw and experienced. This is one of the magic siddhis straight out of the Yoga Sutras, and it's amazing. This is the best personal story of RV'ing I've read. If you're interested in remote viewing or the psychic world in general ...more
Cindy Skillman
It was hard to read--not really skillfully written. As to the content, I try to have an open mind about things we don't/can't yet know. Even so, and especially toward the end, it started to grade over the line for me. I really felt it was straying into crazy territory. That's my take. Obviously others disagree, but this book went farther than I'm really willing to follow.
Oct 27, 2014 Shiloh is currently reading it
I purchased this book while on vacation in Illinois. The Golconda Public Library was selling some books for 25 cents a piece. This book was one of several that I bought in support of their lovely little library. I purchased it on October 7, 2014.
Linda Munro
Nov 28, 2011 Linda Munro rated it it was ok
This book was not what I expected (therefore the low rating). I anticipated more informatio on how to remote view; I got McMoneagle's experience and views of remote viewing.
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