IRVA Conference Presentations

IRVA 2002

2002 June 14-16 | Austin, TX

Keynote Speaker

Ingo Swann

Ingo Swann

Expanding the Information Base About Remote Viewing

Distinquished Speakers

John Alexander, Ph.D.

John Alexander, Ph.D.

The Ultimate Conspiracy
F. Holmes (Skip) Atwater

F. Holmes (Skip) Atwater

The Role of the Monitor in Remote Viewing
Cleve Backster

Cleve Backster

Hypnosis Experiments Involving a Practice Similar to Remote Viewing
Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan

Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Scoring Remote Viewing Sessions
Prudence Calabrese

Prudence Calabrese

Remote Diagnosis and Healing
Wayne Carr, Ph.D.

Wayne Carr, Ph.D.

Position

RV Group Processes, Perceptual Processes and Other Learning Techniques
Pam Coronado

Pam Coronado

Operational Remote Viewers vs Psychic Detectives: What’s the difference?
Dale E. Graff

Dale E. Graff

Distance RV and Psi Dream Experiments Illusions as Psi Targets
Hal Puthoff, Ph.D.

Hal Puthoff, Ph.D.

Position

Remote Viewing: Classified Beginnings
Mel Riley

Mel Riley

‘Remote Viewing’ and the American Indian: an Historical Overview
Marty Rosenblatt

Marty Rosenblatt

ARV, Precognition, and What We Learned from our Five Protocols
Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

Through Time and Space: The History and Science of Remote Viewing
Nick Seferlis

Nick Seferlis

Position

Remote Viewing, Remote Healing, and the Life Force
Angela Thompson Smith, Ph.D.

Angela Thompson Smith, Ph.D.

Remote Viewing as an Intelligence Gathering Tool — Post 9/11 Applications
Paul H. Smith

Paul H. Smith

Position

Operational Failure: Why it’s hard for an operational RVer to remote view photos
Russell Targ

Russell Targ

The Real “Real X-Files”: Remote viewing at Stanford Research Institute