Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through REMOTE VIEWING Paperback – 1 Aug 1993
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One of the founders of the US Gov't "psychic spying" intelligence unit, the only individual in the gov't program from its inception to its termination, one of the rare handful of people to specialize in both intelligence psi data collection and scientific research, McMoneagle has demonstrated his RV abilities live before congress, in intelligence, in the lab, and on national television (some in the USA, mostly in the UK). He's the only known soldier to win a Legion of Merit (the highest award an intell agent can win during peacetime) for psi work.
If you read Jim Schnabel's "Remote Viewers..." you may end up feeling like it is a Joe-the-Hero book -- most of the amazing tales, feats of glory, and opportunities to brag in this field come directly from the archives ! of Joe's personal sessions.
So, it's pretty interesting to hear it from Joe's point of view. MIND TREK was originally released in 1993 -- two years before the US Gov't program was declassified -- back when few had heard of the subject. When the CIA declassified the program and it got tremendous publicity in late 1995, sales skyrocketed. In 1997 a second edition of MIND TREK was printed, with the small addition of a couple of chapters on RV myths and the STAR GATE program. (As another Amazon reviewer noted, other than these two chapters and a couple minor details, there is no real difference between the first and second editions.)
The book MIND TREK is mostly the story of a slice of Joe's life. Beginning in 1970 when he was in the Army overseas, when a "Near-Death Experience" (NDE) radically changed his perception, the book chronicles his learning to remote view, his work with the late Bob Monroe on out-of-body experiences (OBE), some of the more interesting R! V targets he's been assigned, and things he's learned along! the way.
Down to earth like he is, it's a good read. I found the intro and first chapter a bit long, subjectively, but from Chapter 2 on I was engrossed and couldn't put it down.
Along the way, the book provides advice from an expert for people working to learn RV on their own, info about practicing and targets and proper protocol that is basic, but critical, to the official process of remote viewing.
As a reader, I really enjoyed the book.
As one struggling to work on psi abilities myself, I've found over time that it contains a lot more great advice than I realized on the first read-through.
I recommend it to anybody interested in these subjects.
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This was the first book which I read on Remote Viewing (RV) and spurred on my interest in the phenomenon.Read more
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