We decided to postpone September’s IRVA Research Unit’s Creative Team Meeting (we usually meet once a month the first Sunday of the month) since it would fall on Labor Day weekend and the Conference is then just a week away. Therefore we will meet back up on Sunday October 3 at 2 pm PDT to discuss project ideas and development (informal and formal).
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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.
The International Remote Viewing Association in partnership with iRiS Intuition, Paris, France is pleased to announce the competition for an international research award that reflects development of remote viewing and the promotion of the highest standards in remote viewing research.
The full set of videos from our 2020 conference are now available for video-on-demand purchase or rent! This includes our keynote talk by Nick Cook (“Ingo Swann Lost Works”) as well as the much-anticipated panel discussion with several of IRVA’s founders.
See our SHOP page, above, for details. As a reminder, all conference videos from 2000-2015 are available to stream for free for all IRVA members!