Alexis Champion, Ph.D.
Alexis Champion holds a Ph.D. in informatics (artificial intelligence), he has authored several internationally published articles in the fields of multi-agent simulation, virtual reality and transportation, and had the opportunity to present his work in various countries including the USA, China and Australia. From 1998 to 2003, he worked for private and public research labs and the French Navy. From 2003 to 2009, he directed projects for major public transportation companies.
In the field of parapsychology, he was board member of the Institut Metapsychique International (IMI: foundation founded in 1929) between 2005 and 2008. He was its executive director between 2008 and 2009. There, in particular, with Dr. Jean-Olivier Gransard-Desmond, he initiated the intuitive archaeology Time-Machine program. Since then he has managed research projects with Dr. Gransard-Desmond and Stephan A. Schwartz. In 2002, he co-presented a research about telepathy at the PA Convention. In 2007, he co-presented the Time-Machine program at the Euro-PA.
In 2008, he started the first French company dedicated to remote viewing applications: IRIS Intuition Consulting. In 2009, IRIS-ic started to give RV courses to the general public and to professional psychics. IRIS-ic’s clients are mainly companies, individuals, professional psychics, and the police. IRIS-ic’s personnel include 2 full time workers and 15 collaborators (of which 8 are viewers). Since December 2009, IRIS-ic has been officially appointed by a French justice court as an expert granted to work on a criminal case.
In 2009, along with close collaborators, he founded the nonprofit organization IRIS-PA, for which he is president, and whose sole purpose is research on the application of non-local consciousness.
IRVA 2011 – Remote Viewing Software: Enhance Performance
As with any technology seeking to position itself in a growing business, Remote Viewing faces the fundamental challenges of feasibility and profitability, both for the supplier (to include the team of viewers) and for the client. Like other business services based on human factors, profitability can be obtained and enhanced based on the performance of both human resources, and the tools, in this case, software.
As the protocols and techniques evolve and become more effective, taskers, viewers, monitors, and analysts can enhance their competence through up-to-date training. Even though the RV domain has been thoroughly explored since the 1970s, there is still more work to be done. It is surprising however, that software tools are practically non-existent in such an innovative area as Remote Viewing.
IRVA 2011 – Panel Discussion: Remote Viewing Promotion and Public Perception
Our distinguished international panel members are all practicing remote viewers that have one thing in common — a drive and a successful talent for promoting remote viewing and other psychic abilities to the public at large. They will explore the current public perception of remote viewing and psychic abilities, and share their perspectives on the responsible promotion of remote viewing to a wider audience. The panelists will discuss their past efforts at furthering public knowledge of remote viewing, what they are doing now, and their vision of what needs to be done in the future.
IRVA 2010 – The Time-Machine Program: A Systematic Approach for Intuitive Archaeology
Intuitive (or psychic) archaeology seems a good way to widen the archaeologist’s tools. To explore this field, since 2006, a French team is pursuing a remote viewing based program: Time-Machine. Hosted by a nonprofit organization, IRIS-PA, its goal is to study non-local consciousness applied to archaeology, from both theoretical (literature review and its evaluation) and practical (research with the RV tool and its evaluation) points of view.
The purpose of this presentation is to introduce the Time-Machine program by taking for support one of its projects: the PA05 project, known as the Man-Museum project (MMP). After a general presentation of the program, he will stress the MMP and its results. The conclusion of this presentation will embrace the project’s results as well as the general observations made for the whole program by the end of 2009.