Remote Viewing: The Science and Theory of Nonphysical Perception
by Courtney Brown, Ph.D.
Remote viewing is the mental ability to perceive and describe places, persons, or events at distant locations in the past, present, and future.This book describes the science and theory of the remote-viewing phenomenon.
The reality of the remote-viewing phenomenon is not in dispute among a large body of respected researchers both inside and outside of academia who have published an extensive collection of high-quality investigations over the past few decades. But profound mysteries remain.
This volume breaks new ground by resolving some of remote-viewing's greatest enigmas. In these pages, new research and new theories explain why remote viewing works, and why it is scientifically possible. These investigations utilize remote-viewing methods that are derivative of those used for decades in well-documented U.S. government funded psi research sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (D.I.A.).
Filled with descriptions and analyses of highly original experiments, here is an investigation into the fascinating characteristics of time and physical reality using remote viewing as a tool of exploration, offering evidence that the past, present, and future truly exist simultaneously. The idea of differing future and past time lines is not just science fiction.