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Remote viewing is a form of ESP (ExtraSensory Perception). This ability is real, as evidenced by the fact that the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency invested $20 million in its Star Gate remote viewing program over a 20-year period. Stanford Research Institute (SRI) carried out the research component and a Ft. Meade military unit undertook the operational side. Remote viewing came into the public arena in 1995 and has been used by civilians since. TransDimensional Systems was one of the early commercial remote viewing companies and one of the most successful. Yet TDS is little known even in the remote viewing community. Why? In part, because TDS was forced to shut down long ago - in March 2003 - after repeated personal harassment, attacks and even death threats - the only remote viewing company so targeted. “Remote Viewing from the Ground up” tells the story of TDS from the author’s viewpoint – from novice, trainee in the intensive “Bananaslam” program, viewer and project manager, and then Training Coordinator. The book complements the two existing accounts of TransDimensional Systems (by Prudence Calabrese and John Vivanco), describing in detail TDS’ innovative methods and practices. In Part One, the author provides an inside look at TDS training, operations and organization, based on project reports and remote viewing sessions, description of courses and public presentations, and emails and posts. Part Two consists of original documents from the former TDS web site, The Larger Universe.
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- Language : English
- Paperback : 312 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1546702156
- ISBN-13 : 978-1546702153
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Great readReviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 22 July 2017
Excellent user-friendly book
Juicy details and excellent upgrades to my fund of knowledge!Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on 19 July 2017
Remote Viewing From The Ground Up is an advanced book for Remote Viewers wanting to fill the gaps in technique, RV history and ethics. Each of these categories are excellent additions to what is generally known, but is written from the standpoint of a beginner to a unique style of RV. It covers the history of Trans Dimensional Systems, the most successful commercial remote viewing firm yet, and brings the subject to a whole new level of discussion. It touches upon some of the historical mysteries that have existed as to why the Project Stargate may have been shut down. It's particularly enlightening to people who trained under TDS in its heyday, but I wasn't among those people and still found it very useful to my fund of knowledge that didn't exist elsewhere. There are too many fascinating details in the book to elaborate on all of them. Thanks for the book, Jon!
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Jon delivers - great trip!Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on 6 September 2017
Jon delivers! It is From the Ground Up, succinct, cogent, germane. The level-headed tone from this Harvard English major's journey carries one past cultural old-science doubts and opens the door to all that is. In this time of tremendous change we can each expand our ability to respond in creating the future we all want our children to live into. We've all had hints of expanded consciousness and this is an superb read for advancing human potential as well as personal growth. I'm so glad he mentions Ingo Swann! It's given legs to my journey!
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This book is more about the feuds in methods than ...Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on 3 September 2017
This book is more about the feuds in methods than the methods in RV itself. Author appears more concerned about the story than the training. If you want one persons' experience about RV, this book is OK. If you want a solid, method-based approach to RV, avoid this one as it only points to a now extinct arcane training program.
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