It was first published back in 2000, but it’s well worth reading now.
McMoneagle learnt Remote Viewing in the U.S. Army as part of the Stargate Project. In fact, he was Remote Viewer #001 and was awarded the Legion of Merit for ‘producing crucial and vital intelligence unavailable from any other source.’
As the title suggests, this book is about Remote Viewing, or the ability to gather information about an inaccessible target through psychic means, regardless of distance, shielding, or time.
According to McMoneagle, what distinguishes Remote Viewing from other psychic work is the protocol followed by the viewers involved.
Methodologies vary widely, and could include Tarot reading or spirit guides. But if the strict scientific procedures described in the book aren’t followed, what’s happening isn’t officially called Remote Viewing.
The book doesn’t teach how to be a Remote Viewer so much as how to prepare yourself and your psychic session to be as scientifically pure as possible.
It also covers questions surrounding who might make a particularly good viewer, and what states of mind are most conducive to positive outcomes.
Also examined are what makes a good target, the ethics of Remote Viewing, and recommendations for training and record keeping.
It’s an intelligent, no nonsense discussion of a topic that’s often hard to pin down. If you’re looking to get past some of the woo-woo in the psychic field, this might be a book for you.