Angela Thompson Smith - RV Around the World: International Claims about Remote Viewing (IRVA 2006)
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Angela Thompson Smith - RV Around the World: International Claims about Remote Viewing (IRVA 2006)
 

Noting that interested Americans hear a lot about remote viewing in the United States, Angela Thompson Smith explores current remote viewing efforts elsewhere in the world. She first offers a brief sketch of the history of American remote viewing and a mention of the better-known international ESP research. Next Dr. Smith discusses lesser-known news media accounts, such as those from India, where such sources as the Indian Daily have not only published historical articles about Buddhist monks' use of early remote viewing skills, but also numerous stories about Indian intelligence use of remote viewing and how they claim to have partnered RVwith other technologies to achieve added success. Dr. Smith continues her survey by discussing media reports from China, especially about their psychic children, and from Pravda, Russia's main newspaper, reporting on some of Russia's storied history in pursuing ESP-related human technologies. Angela rounds out her talk with a brief account of work in the United Kingdom, a few further considerations of RV in America, along with some final thoughts.

Angela Thompson Smith received her doctorate degree in psychology from Saybrook Graduate School in California. She also has a master's degree from Manchester University in England and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Cardiff University in Wales. She has researched laterality and brain development with the Faculty of Medicine at Manchester University; cognitive and emotional development at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey, and human information processing at Princeton University. Her research has been published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Cortex, and the Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

Dr. Smith lives in Nevada where she is a writer, researcher, and teacher of remote viewing. Her research interests are concentrated in the field of human consciousness. Dr. Smith has developed The Nevada Remote Viewing Group to carry out remote viewing applications work as well as humanitarian projects. Her books, Remote Perceptions and Diary of an Abduction, have been published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company.



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