New Issue of Aperture Now Available!
IRVA members can download the new 2017, Issue 29 of Aperture from the IRVA website. It features "Veronicube: Random-Event Generators in Remote Viewing" by David Barnes; "Synchronicity at the Fort Meade Remote Viewing Unit; "IRVA 2016 Conference" by John G. Kruth; "South of Science: Remote Viewing and Religion" by Primasita Menor; and more.
The new online Aperture is available in two formats: a downloadable Adobe PDF
file, and a full color printed version that can be purchased (at cost), from MagCloud, and delivered to your door.
Members can download their copy by logging-in when requested. Click the "lost password" link if this is your first time
IRVA and IRIS-PA Sponsor the René Warcollier Prize
The International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), in partnership with IRIS-Psi & Applications (IRIS-PA), is pleased to announce the competition for an award for remote viewing research. The Warcollier Prize is a financial prize jointly created by the IRVA and IRIS-PA, presented to the winner of a judged competition for the best research proposal investigating some aspect of remote viewing.
The Warcollier Prize reflects the commitment of IRVA and IRIS-PA to the development of remote viewing and the promotion of the highest standards in remote viewing research. This year's award includes a sum of $3,000 USD to the winning scientific experimental proposal.
The Award will be presented during the IRVA on-line conference on June 10-11, 2017.
IRVA Announces Executive Officer Elections
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the results of its recent officer elections, which came into effect on November 16th:
President: John Cook
John has been entangled with remote viewing since 1998. He holds a bachelor's degree in theology, and has worked in information technology and as a business analyst for 17 years, most of that time at a multinational pharmaceutical company. As a viewer, he has contributed to both research and operational RV & psi projects, including work with both Bevy Jaegers & Pam Coronado in support of law enforcement agency requests. He has a keen interest in the intersection of the physical & non-local aspects of consciousness, and how this relates to topics as diverse as precognition, synchronicity, art, artificial intelligence, and personal growth. He lives in Ontario, Canada.
Vice President: Pam Coronado
Pam is the star of the popular television series, Sensing Murder, and has been involved in psi criminal work since 1996, consulting as a psychic detective to government and private agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on some of the nation's highest profile crimes. A constant advocate for victims and their families, she is the founder of the non-profit Project Search for Hope. She also provides training for those interested in assisting with psychic detective work.
Treasurer: William F. Higgins
Bill is a businessman from New York City, a former Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and a Naval Reserve officer who has been associated with remote viewing and psychokinesis research since 1989. As former director of PEAR Inc., he assisted in the funding of their process patent on the effect of intention on random events. He is a former vice-president of IRVA, and currently a director and vice-president of the Rhine Research Center.
Secretary: Nancy Smith
Nancy Smith has been a teacher, principal and public education activist for over twenty years. She manages the Sublime Remote Viewing Group which predicts outcomes through Associative Remote Viewing. She also works in remote healing and participates in collaborative RV work to find missing people. Nancy has been involved with the Applied Precog Project since its inception as a remote viewer, analyst-judge, group manager and presenter for the APP Workshops. She serves as a Monroe Institute Outreach Trainer and is a member of the Monroe Professional Division. Nancy has a strong passion for the exploration of consciousness and human potential.