TRV is the trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events — targets — distant in time or space, while conscious awareness remains totally “blind” to details about the target itself. It is a data collection skill. Like any other skill, practice is required to become proficient.
The TRV techniques result in an accurate transfer of information from the viewer’s unconscious mind into conscious awareness, before the aware, creative, and analytical part of the mind has time to distort, contaminate, or otherwise interfere with the data flow. The target information is then converted into words or sketches, using only a pen and plain white paper. During this process, the viewer becomes linked directly to the collective unconscious — also referred to as the Matrix.
While at work, a viewer’s mind-body state could be generally characterized as one of high attention. (To an unwitting observer, a PSI TECH viewer could easily be mistaken for someone engaged in an attempt to solve a difficult math or science problem). Conscious focus shifts between the tasks of directing the trained unconscious in a systematic exploration of the assigned target, breaking out (decoding) the target-associated gestalt patterns of information, then rendering the data as detailed words and sketches, (or models, if necessary). Meticulous attention to Technical Remote Viewing structure is required not only to correctly acquire the target and maintain lock-on but, additionally, to prevent subconscious analysis and/or imagination from interfering with the unconsciously acquired signal.
Visit the Video and Multimedia page to see a Technical Remote Viewing demonstration that PSI TECH's President performed live for reporters.
New to TRV? Visit the How Does Remote Viewing Work area to view our introductory lecture presentations and learn more about this skill.
How long does it take to learn TRV?
A diligent TRV student, with an average I.Q., requires about 3-4 months of work to master the Generation II Basic Training Course skills.
Will I be able to learn TRV from the tapes?
Anyone with pen, paper, and a mind will be able to successfully learn TRV. No previous psychic ability is required. The stringent TRV protocols allow anyone to utilize and direct their natural psi faculties to access the collective unconscious. The TRV tapes are designed for independent study, no monitor or facilitator is required for you to engage in a TRV session.
How does TRV compare to Astral Projection?
TRV is a skill, not an altered state. TRV requires a state of high attention, much like working a math problem. During a TRV session (about 45 minutes) the protocols ‘pull’ the viewer into complete focus on the target; the viewer will begin to bilocate, attention being truly split between the viewer’s local site and the target site. TRV data is perceived as ideas — not as an experience.
What will I be able to remote view after completing this course?
Technical Remote Viewing is comprised of six stages which enable you to gather information about a target from the collective unconscious (the Matrix).
Modules 1.0 through 3.0 install enough of the TRV structure to allow you to successfully remote view large geographical objects. After completing the Module 3.0, you will be familiar with Stages 1 through 3 of TRV structure, and be able to accurately retrieve a target site’s gestalt (Land, Mountain, Liquid, Man-Made), as well as information about basic features of the target site, such as colors, smells, sounds, textures and dimensionality.
Modules 4.0 through 6.0 refine the beginner techniques and continue on to Stage 4 work. Using these skills, you will be able to accurately remote view more detailed targets, such as people, places, things, and events.
Using a TRV technique called a movement, you will learn to position yourself anywhere at the target site, for a more complete exploration of the target site.
The Lecture Series is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive knowledge of TRV theory, concepts, and terminology. Each lecture presents a specific aspect of TRV; creating a relevant context and enabling a deeper understanding of how TRV works and the mechanisms by which people are able to remote view. For an outline of what is taught in the Basic Training Course, visit the TRV Generation II information page.
Alternatively, visit the Video and Multimedia page to view our streaming video introduction to PSI TECH and Technical Remote Viewing, which includes an overview of our Generation II Training Course.
What about the advanced techniques?
Advanced training modules which teach problem solving techniques and high level stage six tools have just been released. Visit the TRV Advanced Information page for more information on the Advanced Training Course and the Special Applications series.
Additionally, Basic, Advanced, and Specialized training courses are available online at TRV University. TRV University students have access to online support forums, live tutoring, supplemental targets, extensive FAQ pages, weekly target training and opportunities to further their skills, and receive certificates upon graduation.
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Example of a structured TRV Project
Briefly outlined below is a description of a PSI TECH attack against a sample remote viewing problem, in this case, an airliner crash.
- The project is assigned a random target reference number. This number is tagged in the project director's mind to the very specific task at hand, i.e., determine, unequivocally, the cause of the accident.
- Selected remote viewers would be informed of the nature of the project, and provided with general information, if available (e.g., flight number and/or approximate location or time of the accident).
- The remaining remote viewers would be provided with only the target reference number--no other information. This procedure not only serves as a control measure, it is in fact the way that PSI TECH employees have been trained to operate, i.e., unencumbered by conscious 'front loading.'
- A remote viewing session is about 45 minutes in duration. During their first probes, one viewer might acquire the aircraft prior to its crash, another viewer might describe a crash site, and others might immediately provide data relating to the direct cause of the accident.
- Initial reports are screened, (this process is quite technical), for task-related data, and new cuing (i.e., targeting instructions) developed or refined, based upon each viewer's individual results. A 100 per cent surety is placed upon ensembles of jointly corroborating data.
- After a number of sorties have been executed by all participants, data reduction and analysis are performed, key information and sketches are identified, and an Interim Project Report is provided to the client. If our work indicates, for example, a structural failure just prior to the accident, then the IPR would include such things as sketches of the particular part/assembly that failed, and a description of the event.
- At this point, the client may desire that we elaborate upon specific things with greater refinement and detail. This might be the case if, say, PSI TECH determined that the cause of the crash had been a bomb. We would then provide amplifying details about the device, its placement aboard the aircraft, the person(s) responsible, etc.
- When the client's demands have been met, we prepare a Final Project Report summarizing all of the project data, and incorporating our own key assessments.
Technical Remote Viewing Definitions
- Remote Viewing (RV):
The name of a method of psychoenergetic perception. A term coined by SRI-International and defined as "the acquisition and description, by mental means, of information blocked from ordinary perception by distance, shielding, or time."
- Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV):
The process of remote viewing using geographic coordinates for cuing or prompting.
- Remote Viewer:
Often referred to in the text simply as "viewer", the remote viewer is a person who employs his mental faculties to perceive and obtain information to which he has no other access and of which he has no previous knowledge concerning persons, places, events, or objects separated from him by time, distance, or other intervening obstacles.
- Remote Viewing Session:
In a remote viewing session an individual or "viewer" attempts to acquire and describe by mental means alone information about a designated site. The viewer is not told what the site is that must be described but is provided a cue or prompt which designated the site.
- Technical Remote Viewing:
A highly structured and rigorous form of Remote Viewing developed at the Department of Defense and at PSI TECH.
TRV is an ingenious set of standardized procedures undertaken by trained individuals, using only a pen and paper — and one’s mind — to gather accurate information about people, places, things and events in the past, present, or future. Background information on the Defense Intelligence Agency's operational unit is available in this PSI TECH press release.