All IRVA members and their guests are invited for our very first New Years Eve Party held via Zoom! Bring your predictions, and additionally we will do a group remote viewing session with a New Years theme.
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!
We have updated our website and introduced some major new features. Members can now chat in the new Membership Forum; upload remote viewing events, classes, and meetups; and download more IRVA conference videos. Focal Point is now automated, and students can work over 200 practice targets with more being added each month. We have a new book store featuring Amazon’s top 100 remote viewing titles. Account management is now integrated in the site. And signing up for a free trial membership for students has never been easier. For visitors that are non-English speaking, the website is now translatable in dozens of languages at the click of a button.
The 2021 Remote Viewing Conference, sponsored by the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), seeks to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of remote viewing. In particular, but not exclusively, our aim is to enrich the issues and contribute to the understanding of remote viewing with empirical research and an encompassing perspective.
Originally trained in the United Kingdom as a registered nurse and social worker, Dr.Angela Thompson Smith worked in medical research in New Jersey while volunteering with the Psychophysical Research Laboratories (PRL). She was eventually hired by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory and served for five years as a member . . .
Join us as we celebrate our 20 year anniversary and honor our founders.
Due to Covid-19 concerns, IRVA 2020 has been moved to an online event. Participants can attend the live streaming event or watch recorded talks for two weeks after.
July 18 & 19th, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time | $100
Melvin C. “Mel” Riley was born in 1946 in Racine, Wisconsin. As a youth he found himself experiencing visions of being part of a Native American village in an earlier time. During his visions, he was given “wisdom” by his Native American brothers and sisters. The visions were so vivid that Mel describes them as bi-locational events. These ethereal experiences served as an early preparation for his future life as a remote viewer. Read more at rviewer.com
IRVA is pleased to announce the inaugural winner of the Lyn Buchanan Grant, Christopher Senn. Chris is pursuing his PhD at Rice University in Houston, TX, and his dissertation entitled “Secularized Spirituality: Parapsychology, Postmodern Magic, and the Scientization...
We are now open to receive proposals for presentations at the September March 20-22 conference in Las Vegas.The 2020 Remote Viewing Conference, sponsored by the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), seeks to provide a forum for the presentation and...