The Institute for Noetic Sciences (IONS), in collaboration with Damon Abraham PhD, is developing an open-source database of images for use in Remote Viewing research and applications as well as parapsychological and traditional psychological research. To develop the database, we are collecting individuals’ ratings of visual images along 6 dimensions of experience.
Christopher Senn is a PhD candidate in Religion at Rice University. He is the second Ingo Swann Fellow will speak about remote viewing and the Internet on November 15th. The lecture will start at 7pm and is available as a free event both in person and virtually by Zoom.
Sun Dec 11, 2022 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
Open to all – members and non-members – This is a free overview of Remote Viewing including instructions on how to do a basic session. For members we’ll also reveal the current focal point target.
IRVA HOLIDAY PARTY
Wednesday, December 28th, 1 pm PDT which is 4 pm Est and 9 pm UK Time.
(2 hours IRVA holiday party)
Fun Games/Small Group Discussions
Best Ugly Christmas Sweater and funny Holiday Hat Contest
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Just a reminder our next IRU meeting will be Sunday December 4th, 2022 at 2 pm PDT/5 pm EST for anyone who is interested in research or has a project idea at any stage they would like to share and get input on.
Jana Rogge will be presenting on the current status of her Warcollier Research Award.
Jimmy Akin will share about the topic of Synesthesia and his theory of how this may relate to remote viewing.
We will also discuss the status of two survey’s that will be available for IRVA members to participate in.
Promoting the responsible use and development of Remote Viewing across the World. The IRVA International Committee supports, facilitates, and enables Communities of Special Interest (CSI) leaders across the Globe. CSIs are delineated by geography or language and are tailored by leaders to fit the needs of their communities. If you are interested in contributing or forming your own CSI, contact IRVA or your local CSI.
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We are pleased to announce that the winners of the 2021 René Warcollier prize are Tom Atwater and Teresa Fendley, with a research project titled Investigation of ARV Session – Event Time Delay and Judging Protocol for Horse Race Predictions.
Over the past week, a number of public statements have been made by members of the remote viewing community with respect to an associative remote viewing contest website. I have been approached by several folks asking what IRVA’s position is on the issue.