Remote Viewers Travel To Vegas This Week

Posted by on June 19th, 2009


The International Remote Viewing Association is having their 10th anniversary this year and are hosting a conference in Vegas starting today to celebrate. There press release on the event states:

For 20 years, the U.S. government trained soldiers and secret agents in the use of psychic powers to gain an advantage on enemies.
This weekend, the world’s foremost psychic warriors are coming to Las Vegas to share ideas about the techniques they used, including something called remote viewing.
Las Vegan Ret. Col. John Alexander was one of the insiders of the program. “Part of my time on active duty in the intelligence community was looking at psi phenomena. We were interested in what the Soviet Union was doing and in what could be done. One thing I’d argue, scientists argue about the scientific viability of this. The reality is, we had an operational unit that was out doing intelligence operations quite successfully,” he said.
The conference begins Friday at Green Valley Ranch. It includes speakers who were trained by the CIA, DIA, and Army Intelligence to rely in psychic insights to spy on the enemy.
Among the most dramatic successes was the use of remote viewing to discover the existence of an advanced Russian submarine that was previously unknown.
The conference kicks off at noon and is open to the public.

Though extrasensory perception (ESP) has never been proven in any form, the conference will provide a great opportunity to find out more about the U.S. Government’s whacky Cold War remote viewing research. You might not find evidence of the paranormal, but we can guarantee that you will see weird things.

4 Responses to “Remote Viewers Travel To Vegas This Week”

  1. Madame_Furie Says:

    If they can all do remote viewing/have ESP then why do they need to meet physically in Las Vegas? Just askin'

  2. gbledsoe Says:

    You beat me to the punch on that one, Madame. 🙂

  3. Bella Says:

    Why aren't they still using it then or are they? Oh so creepy, not. Good article. 🙂

  4. Bella Says:

    Why aren't they still using it then or are they? Oh so creepy, not. Good article. 🙂