George McMullen

“If you wish to upset the law that all crows are black, it is enough to prove that one single crow is white.”

George McMullen, is the author of One White Crow and an intuitive archaeologist and forensic remote viewer who performed archaeological remote viewing with many experts including Dr. Norman Emerson, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of Toronto; Hugh Lynn Cayce, son of Edgar Cayce of the Cayce Foundation and ARE; and Stephen Schwartz, The Mobius Group.

In criminology, George has accompanied Raymond W. Worring and Whiney Hibbard. He has been a research subject and has looked at intriguing mysteries including the Great Pyramid and Sphinx; the Knights Templar; the Crystal Skulls; Copper Mining in Minnesota; the Lost Colony and other subjects relating to the American Indians.

In addition to locating ancient archaeological sites, finding missing people and solving crimes, people have asked George to help them by looking into past lives; sources of hauntings; and locating good oil and mineral fields, selecting real estate in an effort to ensure that there were not any Indian sites on the property that might cause future problems.Currently, George is engaged in the production of a series of documentaries on his life work.


    IRVA 2007 – Remote Viewing Artifacts: Hands On Experience

    The primary emphasis of this presentation will be to explore the many applications of remote viewing through the highlights of a lifetime of experience. George will display ancient artifacts and explain their origin and meaning. The display will include a collection of stone beads, the ancient tools used to make them, and a very special Mayan pendant. Members of the audience will be given the opportunity to experience their own psychic capabilities through participation in an experiential exercise.