We have to begin with the fact that remote viewing is nothing new. There is nothing new about being able to see things far distant by use of the mind alone, traveling through the ether to the point that is being observed. There are many historic examples of this, perhaps the most famous being the story of the time Emmanuel Swedenborg left a dinner party in 1759 and came back in terrified. There was a huge fire in Stockholm, some two hundred miles away but the prophet was greatly relieved when he discovered that the fire was put out three houses away from his. The patron saint of television was a woman who apparently was able to watch church services from her bed some distance from the church. Why she would want to do this instead of looking into the future to watch Flash Gordon on the Community Outer Space Theater in 1958 is beyond me, but to each his own.
In the middle of the nineteenth century the art of psychometry was popularized. This is the talent for taking an object and being able to psychically sense what has gone on around that object. The theory behind that is that the object picks up the energy field of the activity around it and that field is then readable by the psychometrist. When we use psionics to aid in remote viewing, we are basically doing psychometry with the added advantage provided by our instruments. The advantage to this method lies in the fact that it is not necessary to in any way concentrate on the target of the viewing. The instruments do all the heavy work and the viewer need only relax, meditate, and watch, sort of like television only much more interesting.
So lets take a quick look at the instruments. To do psionicly enhanced remote viewing you need a couple of things. First, a radionic box of some sort capable of being tuned to that which is being viewed. Second, a means of attaching the head of the operator to the box in order that the information from the unit may be more efficiently placed in the energy field of the brain.
The basic radionic box has minimal circuitry. This is extremely annoying to those who think of this stuff in material terms, but all it really needs are some dials that are wired together and a means of detecting when they are properly set. This is usually done by means of what is called a stick pad, a piece of rubber or plastic that is rubbed as the dials are turned until what is called a "stick" is felt. That stick cannot really be defined as it is different for every operator, but the operator definitely knows when it happens. There is also a plate or well to hold the sample that is being tested and this is wired to the tuning dials so get to work and build the unit I describe.
The third, and most important part of the system, is the operator himself. He must be able to hold the impressions that he gets in his mind clearly and be able to record them. Government remote viewers are expected to be able to draw what they see, largely due to the fact that it was considered the best way to test results, but a detailed description on audio tape is also considered acceptable, especially if you are as bad an artist as I am. I could have accurately viewed the entire Soviet war room in the 1980's but there is no way I could possibly have drawn any sort of accurate picture of it. It would have been a confused mass of gibberish.
In order to use this system in actual remote viewing, it is first necessary to have a witness, anything from the target area. This can be a rock, a photograph out of a tourist book, or even something as simple as the map co-ordinates written on a piece of paper. If a person is to be watched, a photograph or copy of the person's signature works very well.
The witness is placed in the sample holder of the radionic box and the box is tuned. The tuning is done by slowly turning the dials with one hand while rubbing the stick plate with the other until the stick is achieved on each dial. At this point the box is tuned to the target.
Next the headpiece is attached. Most Psionic amplifying helmets are tunable and they are tuned the same way as the box, turning the dials until there is a stick on the plate.
Once this is done, it is time for the operator to do his thing. He puts on the headgear and goes into a meditative, relaxed state. This opens up his mind to the impressions that will come from seeing the target.
During actual viewing, the impressions that are received are largely visual, seen very often as images filling the entire head, but a technique is also used where the eyes are closed and the visual sense is concentrated on the third eye, seeing the images as on a screen. In either event, they are there and while the first few tries may get nowhere as multiple images bounce around without making any sense, they become clearer with practice.
With the addition of psionics and a little practice, virtually anyone can become expert at remote viewing.
REMOTE VIEWING AND THE WATCHER THOUGHTFORM
If you wish to do some serious remote viewing, a way to make the entire process much easier and effective is to combine psionic technology with the older method of the thoughtform. The use of thoughtforms for this is an old idea that was made popular by Al Manning in the 1970s.
The Manning technique called for making a thoughtform in the form of a television camera (still big, hulking things in those days, even the portable units weighed a ton!) and programming it to broadcast images to the operator's third eye. This meant creating the thoughtform and then visualizing a cable running from it to the brow chakra. To use it, the thoughtform was willed into the location to be viewed and the person just sort of closed his eyes and focused on the region in the center of the forehead and tried to remember what was seen in the mind's eye.
Now as it went, this is a pretty good method of working. It was usually reliable with some practice and a lot of fun for beginners because it meant that they could imagine playing with some equipment that was not exactly commonplace in them thar' olden times before camcorders and VCRs. (I never cease to be amazed at how different our lives are now than twenty-five years ago.) With psionics, this method can be made more efficient.
The thoughtform is made by the simple process of imagination. Close your eyes and visualize a ball in front of you, now when you have that image and can hold it for a while make a slight change and transform that image into an eyeball. Yes, a camera is more fun, but it is also more work and an eyeball is just fine. Give the eyeball a name, like Edward or Walter or something and see it being filled with the universal energy to power it up. As you do that, program it by commanding it to send images of what it sees back to you when you command it.
Work on this for a while until you feel that the thoughtform is up and running properly.
Now for the easy part. Set up your instrument, tuned to the contact rate for the thoughtform. This is done by the simple of procedure of writing the name you gave the thoughtform on a piece of paper and laying it on the sample plate before setting the instrument.
Now it is time for a little practice run. Put on the headgear and close your eyes. Focus on your brow chakra and see what appears. Move the eye around as you would a floating camera and see through it.
After you have accomplished this to your satisfaction, move the eye out of the room and around the house, out of the house and into the neighbor's bedroom. Don't waste time worrying about the ethics of this. You're working with this to get information, not to teach Sunday school. Besides, you may find something you can use to blackmail the neighbor with and get your snow shoveled for free.
Okay, now comes the fun stuff. Set up the equipment and move the eye into the bedroom of the Mayor. Surprise! He really does wear women's underwear! On the other hand, considering what one sees of the mayor on television, maybe not so much of a surprise after all.
But the advantages of this are really quite astounding.
Besides the joy that comes from putting an end to the idea of privacy, of course.
Consider the business applications. You can find out what the marketing strategy of a rival firm is by looking into their board meetings and then mapping your own strategy to get the customers before they have a chance. If you know a company is going to have some tough sledding because of some news about them that is going to come out in a few days, you can call your broker and short-sell their stock to make a tidy profit. Or, if they are about to be the target of a takeover, you can buy the stock before the announcement and make a bundle. In other words, you have access to tons of inside information and the Securities and Exchange Commission can't do a blessed thing about it because you have no known connection they can trace. (Can you imagine them trying to tell a judge that someone used psionics? Can you see the judge laughing so hard he falls off the bench?)
Or let us say you are a criminal lawyer and you need to know what lies the prosecution is going to use against your client. With this technique, you can listen in on them rehearsing the arresting officer so he can remember his story on the stand (given the usual intelligence level of such folks it takes lots and lots of rehearsing) and you can find just the right thing to ask to make him look like the bribe-taking scoundrel he really is.
And, of course, there is the old stand-by for the snowy, Chicago winter night, looking at your favorite actress taking a shower, which is what I'm going to do as soon as I'm done writing this.
The important thing to remember is that there are no rules. Like all tools, this is a method to be used in whatever manner you see fit. Just remember that it takes a bit of practice and you should start with things you can verify, like what Aunt Myrtle and Uncle Eustace had for dinner. (On the other hand, considering Aunt Myrtle's cooking, you may not want to do that.) Once you know that you can do something like this reliably, then you can move on and learn everything you want to about anyone anywhere you want.
And one of the things you will learn is that this method is not limited by time or space. After you have shocked the neighbors with the appropriate off-hand comment about the best place to buy whips and bugged the Mayor with cartoons of him cross-dressing placed all over town and made some money in the stock market while hiring out to law firms as a consultant, it is time to experiment with time.
The best thing to do is work with going back in time to something not too famous but still interesting, like the big fist fight you heard about at the neighbor's family reunion two years ago, something you would have sold your mother's grave to see. (of course it was your thoughtform that caused the fracas, but they don't have to know that.)
Set up the machine and tune to the thoughtform. Now begin moving the eye back into time to the time and place you have chosen. Now you can watch the next door neighbor duck under the picnic table as the beer cans fly overhead, followed by beer bottles and finally coolers. Move the eye way up in the air for a blimp-shot of the line of police cars and paddy wagons pulling into the picnic grove.
Play around with the past for a while and then experiment with seeing the future. Now I should put in an advisory here. The future is mutable, so you may see things that just don't happen. Don't put your life savings on the horse race you watch. It may turn out different. But have some fun with it and you may get something useful and profitable.
Beacon Remote Viewing
One of the methods used in the remote viewing experiments of the 1970s involved what were termed "beacons." Put very simply a beacon was a person sent to view the target and the remote viewer, in effect, looked at the target through the beacon's eyes. This technique had a number of advantages for research purposes, not the least of which was the possibility of easy verification of the results. The beacon reviewed what the viewer drew or described and would be able to tell exactly whether or not the viewer was right.
For military intelligence work, this method had, however, one very obvious drawback. If a person could get close enough to a target to physically eyeball it, there was absolutely no need for a remote viewer at all and thus justifying that to the various congressional committees looking into this stuff would be very difficult. Even Clayborne Pell, supporter of intelligence use of psychics that he was, would have choked on that expense.
So the beacon idea was relegated to the dustbin of interesting things of no practical value. At least until someone decided to combine it with psionics.
Now, who could that someone have been?
Psionic equipment gives the remote viewer the capacity to look through the eyes of a person even though that individual has absolutely no idea that his eyes are being used by another person. Now you can readily imagine the uses that such a technique would have for lots of people.
For example, let us say that you wish to look inside the board room of a competitor, to find out what that company's marketing strategy will be for the coming year so you can hit that market first and steal it. The usual method is to plant someone inside the company and engage in what is pretty standard business espionage. But with beacon remote viewing, you can know exactly what the competitor's CEO knows simply by looking at the scene through his eyes and hearing with his ears.
Or a more interesting idea, just to make some folks really nervous, let us say you are involved in a political campaign and you want inside information about what the other side is planning. No need to bug the telephone, just set up to look through the other candidate's campaign manager and you can have your counter-media ready even before the other side has the ad taped. Just think of what good old Dick Nixon could have done with that!
Closed door congressional hearings? No trouble. Just look through the committee chairman. The same is true with Supreme Court deliberations.
And, of course, if you are the local drug lord you can easily know when the constabulary is getting ready to bust your people so you can set up an ambush and make their lives really interesting. All you need is a photograph of the head of the drug enforcement unit.
So how do you do this wondrous thing, so full of potential for fun and mischief?
Well, the first thing you have to know is that it is going to take just a bit of practice. You have to be able to see and hear with the mind of the beacon rather than with your own, so you have to be able to get your consciousness out of the way and that may take some work.
It is best to practice with a beacon who is talkative but not aware of what you are doing. (Hell, if you want ethics, go to a seminary! We're talking about being a Villain here!) The reason for this is that in your real work the beacons will have no idea of their role and a person who is doing it voluntarily may futz things one way or the other so you may think that you are getting better results than you really are. This is one time when you want to know the truth, not what you want to hear.
Anyway, once you have your beacon chosen, take the photograph and place it on the sample plate or well of the instrument, hook up the headgear, take the contact rate and put on the headgear. After you have done that, blank out your mind as much as possible by focusing your interior gaze on the center of your forehead and start noticing what impressions you get. They will not be very clear at first but with practice they will improve.
The remote hearing aspect is a little more difficult, but fortunately the ganzfeld technique works very well to aid that. Take a ping-pong ball and split it along the seam. Now paint the ball red or have a red light nearby with the ball halves placed over your eyes. Hook up a pair of headphones to a tape recorder with a tape of white noise (or just play it without a tape in it) to block out external noise and repeat the experiment. You will find with some practice that you will be able to lock yourself totally into the sensory input of the beacon and be able to gather everything that he sees or hears.
And once you can do that, no one will be safe from your prying mind.
Unless, of course, it is someone who knows psionics.