IRVA

Welcome to the International Remote Viewing Association

icoEye 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 IRVA.

Remote viewing 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.

IRVA News

Happy Near Year, remote viewers... and Happy upcoming 20th birthday, IRVA!

Join us for the upcoming year of celebration! IRVA President John Cook provides some details: International Remote Viewing Association Video

IRVA welcomes Gail Husick to its Board of Directors.

Husick

Gail Husick is a Harvard-educated lawyer and a licensed private investigator with a decade of experience in the remote viewing field. Leading the team of professional remote viewers at the Husick Group LLC, Gail offers assistance to individuals, businesses, law enforcement and government agencies seeking information that may be difficult or impossible to obtain from other sources. She is particularly focused on practical applications of remote viewing, with project areas ranging from missing persons and stolen art, to technology development, business planning, journalistic research and analysis of current and future events. Gail is a frequent speaker and writer on remote viewing topics, and participated as a remote viewing expert on A&E's The Lowe Files. She is based in Seattle, with clients and team members around the globe.

New Issue of Aperture Now Available!

Aperture 31

IRVA members can download the new 2018, Issue 31 of Aperture from the IRVA website. It features "Dreams and Remote Viewing" by Dale E. Graff; "Amelia Earnhart Redux" by Angela T. Smith, P.h.D.; "Meeting Bob Monroe" by F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater; "Soul Rescue" by F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater; 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 logging-in.

IRVA welcomes Jon Noble to its Board of Directors.

Noble

Jon Noble. Since experiencing the remote viewing for himself in a week-long conference with pioneers Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz in 2010, Jon has made it a mission to promote the practice and introduce it to others. To help spread the word he started a remote viewing practice group in 2011, with the goal of providing an open, friendly environment in which to discuss and practice remote viewing. The group continues to meet regularly in Manhattan, NYC. Instructed by many of remote viewing luminaries as well as Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz, including Skip Atwater, and Paul H. Smith, Jon is an advocate of all forms of RV. Jon runs Focal Point, IRVA's online target practice program, and publishes practice targets on the website related to his book, at Natural Remote Viewing - A practical guide to the mental martial art of self-discovery, Originally from South East England, Jon is based in Brooklyn, NYC.