Welcome to the International Remote Viewing Association
IRVA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the responsible use and development of remote viewing.
We are an independently formed member organization of scientists, remote viewing professionals, students, and other interested persons.
For more information, read the Letter of Invitation from Russell Targ, President Emeritus of
is a novel perceptual discipline for gaining information not available
to the ordinary physical senses. Used extensively by so-called "psychic spies" during the
Cold War for classified military projects, it has
a long history both as an intelligence gathering tool and as the subject of research and
applications in the civilian world. Remote viewing
has now taken a long step into the public domain with the formation of a professional
association to educate, research, propose standards,
test performance, and promote public awareness of this unique human mental capacity.
"What is Remote Viewing?" to be featured at the 2016 Remote Viewing Conference with Dr. Paul Smith
Because of a high percentage of people attending the 2016 Remote Viewing conference who have only recently discovered remote viewing, we have added yet another interactive opportunity to the conference line up. "What is Remote Viewing?" will be a 90-minute presentation and audience participation workshop featuring former Star Gate military remote viewer and current president of the International Remote Viewing Association, Dr. Paul H. Smith (Major, US Army, ret.).
Dr. Smith's presentation will give you a good foundation and answer many questions people often ask when first beginning to explore remote viewing. You will learn what remote viewing is, get a brief introduction to how it got started, enjoy a taste of some of the amazing results remote viewers experienced, and have an opportunity to try to achieve your own results in an actual remote viewing exercise guided by Dr. Smith himself. This workshop will be offered on Friday morning, 23 September prior to the official start of the 2016 Remote Viewing Conference (participation is open to anyone attending the conference, whether novice or experienced in remote viewing).
This workshop is included at no extra cost for those registered for the conference. (Those not attending the conference may take the workshop alone for a $50 fee.) Sign up for the conference today and get the workshop for free! Click here
to register now, and get the pre-conference discount.
2016 Remote Viewing Conference Buildup in Full Swing!
We are very excited that our speaker lineup as been announced and we are in the process of revealing all the workshop and interactive activities we are planning. You will find several new faces and new topics among the presenters, exploring such things as: What happened to The Romance of the Skies-Did the luxury airliner crash due to accident? Or was it sabotage? Can dreams reveal the future? Has a new remote viewing "lie detector" been developed? What is remote viewing "reality"? And, who won the Psychic Spy Contest? Click here to register now, and get the pre-conference discount.
IRVA 2014 Conference DVDs Now Available
Feed Your Non-local Mind
(with Insights from the 2014 Remote Viewing Conference)
Want to learn about how the sixth sense is a "myth," and why that's
actually good for remote viewing? Or learn about sketching human faces
in a remote viewing setting? How about how remote viewing and out of
body experiences (OBE) connect? Or the tension between fate and free
will? This is just a sampling of the topics covered in the 2014 Remote
Viewing Conference, and now you can have a virtual ring-side seat to the
proceedings. Whether you are only interested in individual topics, such
as recent remote viewing efforts to find Amelia Earhardt, or thoughts on
the future of remote viewing, or even explorations using remote viewing
for modern-day espionage - or if you want to benefit from the wisdom of
all the presenters at the conference - now is your chance. Go to IRVA Video Store. and order DVDs of individual presentations and workshops, or the full set now!
New Issue of Aperture Now Available!
The next issue of Aperture (Spring/Summer 2015) is now available for IRVA members to download. If features "Project Star Gate" by Paul H. Smith, Ph.D.; An Interview with Glenn B. Wheaton" by Cheryle L. Hopton; "2015 IRVA Conference" by Gary Kilpatrick; "Perceive in 3-D" by Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan; "The Secret Life of Uri Geller: CIA Masterspy?" by Angela Thompson Smith, Ph.D.; 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