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Reading The Enemy's Mind - Inside Star Gate
by Paul Smith.
ISBN 0-312-87515-0
Published at Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, USA.

Smith was active as Remote Viewer in Ford Meade from 1983 till 1989. In his books he is writing about the ups and downs the unit and RV had in these times. The problems they encountered with officials in the government and sceptics and sometimes what strange and weird stories are circulating on RV after 1995. The recherche and his background material is excellent and some details can be seen in a better light, after reading Smith's book. It is a valuable resource for the RV-history - well, Smith was actually the historian of the unit, too.

Remote Viewing - The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing
by David Morehouse.
ISBN: 978-1-59179-239-0
Published by Sounds True Inc., Boulder, CO.

Many of the Viewers in the USA developed own versions of the CRV-protocol and method, which they teach to the interested audience. Morehouse describes his variation in this book. It is well written, giving a very good insight into the mechanics of the RV-protocol and describes the practical aspects of the method quite good. The only one little drawback is Morehouse himself that frequently points out his own achievements. The example of a complete RV-session according to Morhouse's style is valuabe enough. The mandatory cool-down CD is delivered with the book. The whole book is a valuable resource for the trained Viewer.

Mind Trek - Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing
by Joseph McMoneagle.
ISBN 1-878-90172-9
Published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., Charlottesville, VA.

Anyone interesting in Remote Viewing surely do know at least the name Joseph McMoneagle. In this book he is describing his life. It was published in 1993 but only since the second printing it includes some informations on his time at Fort Meade. It is his point of view as a natural psychic, how he experienced Remote Viewing. Also he included a report on his time at the Monroe Insitute, where he and Bob Monroe conducted various experiments with the Hemi-Sync technology, which does fire up your interest in learning this Hemi-Snyc technique.

The Stargate Chronicles - Memoirs of a Psychic Spy
by Joseph McMoneagle.
ISBN 1-57174-225-5
Published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., Charlottesville, VA.

Here McMoneagle fills in the gaps he had to left open in Mind-Trek. He reports detailed on his time at the Remote Viewing Unit until his retirement. If I was to suggest two volumes on the history of the Remote Viewing Unit at Fort Meade I would choose this one and then the one, Paul Smith wrote.

Remote Viewing Secrets
by Joseph McMoneagle.
ISBN 1-57174-159-3
Published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., Charlottesville, VA.

This is a kind of collection of new ideas and knowledge on Remote Viewing. McMoneagle compares the mastery of Remote Viewing with the japanese system of grades - and offers some ideas, as how sessions should look like in these grades. The book details in various aspects of Remote Viewing. Some topics include who is best suited for using the Remote Viewing protocols, what variations on protocols there are and for what these are designed for, and a suggestion of how to conduct a proper training in Remote Viewing. Also he describes some specialities of Remote Viewing. In his Appendix B he attached the work of James Spottiswoode, which prooves a connection of some kind between a certain local siderial time and the efficiency of ESP. This book is not a must-have, but one that should be of interest to you when you are deeper interested in this stuff.

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