Remote viewing was first known to the public domain in 1995 following the declassification of documents related to the top-secret Stargate Project a 20 million dollar research program sponsored by the U.S. Federal Government to the potential military application of psychic phenomena. In this Soul Travel Magazine interview (www.soultravel.se) we ask questions to Joseph McMoneagle who in 1978 was recruited to the project run by Stanford Research Institute. He is considered to be one of the best remote viewers in the world. He was recruited due to a range of unusual paranormal experiences in his early life, including Out-of-Body experiences. Along with Ingo Swann he has become one of the most important figures connected to the development of Remote Viewing and the use of paranormal abilities for military intelligence gathering. Joseph McMoneagle is one of the few remote viewers who have conducted successful demonstration viewings for many TV shows (150 times) His speciality is finding missing people.
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