Patty Gallagher holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and has worked in clinical settings with both outpatient and hospitalized developmentally disabled adults. She later turned to an art career and was trained at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, receiving a certificate in graphic arts/digital media/and photography. Her interest in remote viewing began when the U.S. Government Remote Viewing Program was declassified, and she has been extensively involved in a continuing remote viewing practice since then. She established a remote viewing group, Signal Line Remote Viewers, in 2000. She publishes an online remote viewing education page and monitors an online weekly target practice group. Patty was featured in Eight Martinis Magazine Vol. 14 “Trainers,” and presented at the IRVA Conference in 2021.
IRVA 2022 - Personality Profiling with Remote Viewing
IRVA 2021 – Time and Remote Influencing, Developing Protocol and Methods
Patty Gallagher presents a study of the remote viewing template as a vehicle to influence future behavior and events. You learn about the background, process, and development of the study, the tailoring of the targeting/tasking, and a template to improve protocol and methods for intention work and focus on the techniques of remote influencing.