What is Remote Viewing?

“Remote Viewing (RV) is the acquisition and description, by mental means, of information blocked from ordinary perception by distance or shielding, and generally believed to be secure against such access.”

SRI quarterly progress report for the DIA – Jan 10, 1979.

 

In a nutshell: Remote Viewing is using ones natural intuition combined with both a set of protocols to make the experiment more scientific, then in most cases it’s also enhanced with a trainable methodology or structure like the CRV (Controlled Remote Viewing) method that the famous Ingo Swann created as a consultant for SRI and was then utilised by th U.S. Military (circa. 1976-1986).

 

The result: is a trainable system to help the intuitive understand and to develop awareness of their internal processes, and to provide a stable, tried and tested recording structure to present the intuition data to clients and people who can then analyze and use that intuitive data for real world situations.

What is Tier1?

Tier1 Remote Viewing is a vision from myself (Daz Smith) to help people develop their natural intuitive skills by the use of personal mentoring in the art of CRV (Controlled Remote Viewing). As a user of CRV for well over two decades,  I can mentor others to also use this skill to enhance their natural ability and to help them change their lives and to explore this vast and amazing universe. Its my aim to create Tier1 – or the top and very best remote viewers – hence the name.

Over time it is also my goal to create small teams of in house confident and capable remote viewers under the Tier1 umbrella to work on private projects for clients, to work on humanitarian projects and to generally explore the boundaries of this brave new world that remote viewing opens. The Tier1 website will grow and expand to help with this with a library, target pool, message and chat board, and all the tools we need can can use to expand our knowledge, communicate with like minded people and to work professionally.

Are you ready to be a Tier1 Remote Viewer?

About Daz Smith.

Daz Smith has well over two decades of Remote Viewing experience. Daz is trained in CRV ( (Controlled Remote Viewing) and has studied the history and development of CRV avidly. There are many examples of Daz Smith CRV  work on his website: www.remoteveiwed.com , on You Tube and in many other areas of the internet.

In 2010, under the tutelage of Coleen Marenich – Daz graduated the Lyn Buchanan P>S>I Operational Certification Program. This certification program is designed to challenge viewers to produce CRV work in a style and at a calibre that meets or exceeds new industry standards.

Daz has for the last two decades  worked for some of the main names in the field of Remote Viewing; Lyn Buchanan, Courtney Brown Ph.D., Paul H smith Ph.D., Angela T Smith Ph.D.,  Alexis Champion, IRVA’s Warcollier Prize and many others on both public and private/client remote viewing work and projects.

For more detail on Daz and his testimonials & examples – click here.

 

Daz has published fours books, three on remote viewing including:

(Please note:The books: CRV- Controlled Remote Viewing & Remote Viewing Dialogues – are provided signed and delivered to all Tier1 students as part of the mentoring program.)

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CRV – Controlled Remote Viewing.

This book is a compilation of papers, manuals & comments to help students of (CRV) or Controlled Remote Viewing, learn this amazing intuitive art. We present FOIA documents from the CIA Star Gate archives, from the public domain and from prominent practitioners of remote viewing for the first time together in one book.

First, we include a paper from the father of Remote Viewing and the creator of CRV – Ingo Swann. The document is titled ‘ Co-ordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) technology 1981-1983, Three year project’. After this we present two differing CRV manuals. The first by Ingo Swann’s top CRV student and the only person trained in all CRV stages by Ingo Swann (Tom McNear). This is titled: ‘Coordinate Remote Viewing Stages I-VI and Beyond’ – 1985. The second, a later manual was created primarily byPaul H. Smith with help from the ‘then’ team of military Controlled Remote Viewers, titled: ‘The DIA CRV Manual’ – 1986.”

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Remote Viewing Dialogues

“Psychic spy veterans from the 23 Year, U.S. Military and Intelligence Remote Viewing programs, share their experiences and expertise. This book is a selection of Remote Viewing based email dialogues from 1997-98 when the internet as a media source was very new. Add to this the emergence of a former Top Secret Psychic espionage program using Remote Viewing, commonly known as The STAR GATE Program, and you have a potent mix of questions excitement and answers.

Military Remote viewers; Joe McMoneagle, Lyn Buchanan, Paul H Smith, Bill Ray, Greg Seward, Gene Lessman and PJ (Palyne Gaenir) share their knowledge for the first time.”

A fantastic book for those wanting to learn the Art of Remote Viewing.

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Remote Viewing 9/11 – A New Intuitive Perspective on the New York and Washington, D.C. Terror Attacks.

“In 2014 Courtney Brown from the Farsight Institute blindly tasked two remote viewers; Daz Smith and Dick Allgire in a series of seven linked targets which dealt with different components of the 9/11 attacks. Over a period of weeks both remote viewers worked these targets under BLIND/SOLO conditions. This book contains 200 pages of the paper and pen warm-up Remote Viewing sessions that Daz Smith created for this project before he completed the remote viewing LIVE on camera on white board.”

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Daz Smith also authors and publishes the Remote Viewing dedicated magazine – Eight martinis. A FREE remote viewing magazine in both download & Print formats,  dedicated to the pursuit and the application of the art of Remote Viewing. Each Issue we present Remote Viewing sessions & examples, projects, news and theories from some of the leading Remote Viewing practitioners and thinkers.

Click here to download the magazines.

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