Shane Ivie is the originator of Operational Handicapping, an application of remote viewing to horse racing. Originally trained in Technical Remote Viewing methodology, he is currently training in Controlled Remote Viewing with Paul H. Smith Ph.D., and has also volunteered as a viewer with the Nevada Remote Viewing Group and The Husick Group. He is a partner of On Track Information and owner of OperationalRemoteViewing.com
IRVA 2016 – Remote Viewing Names: Finding the Winning Horse and Beyond
Can remote viewers predict the outcomes of a series of future events using a hybrid of remote viewing and dream-state ESP? Find out when the Sublime Remote Viewing Group, a close knit group of experienced remote viewers who have worked together for five years reports on its year-long project ultimately involving fifty carefully designed attempts to remote view the future while in a dream state. In the same talk, the Sublime Group will tell you how it successfully replicated one of the iconic associative remote viewing studies, with phenomenal success. They will not only discuss how they did it, but also the group dynamics, to include viewer experience, group cohesiveness, viewer/manager connectedness, longevity, and predictions. You will also hear and get tips about how they progressed from doing only informal independent projects to executing formal scientific peer-reviewed projects as an independent research group. This is a “must-attend” for anyone interested in novel approaches to remote viewing, and especially those who want to use remote viewing for investing.