Technical Remote Viewing University Training Courses

    Originally developed for and utilized by The Department Of Defense for intelligence collection purposes, Technical Remote Viewing is the trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events — targets — distant in time or space, in the past, present, or future, while conscious awareness remains totally “blind” to details about the target itself. TRV is a data collection skill. Like any other skill, practice is required to become proficient.

    Since 1989, PSI TECH has been the world leader in developing, testing, and refining Technical Remote Viewing training programs for our students. PSI TECH was the first company to conduct Remote Viewing training and today we are the premiere organization to offer complete and progressive Technical Remote Viewing training programs. From the Generation 1 and II Basic Self Study Programs, to the Advanced Training System, PSI TECH's dedication to teaching Technical Remote Viewing Skills remains a distinctive purpose of PSI TECH's mission.

    We have designed our training services so that learning is fast, effective, and convenient. Via the internet, our online format has been streamlined to deliver interactive directed learning. One hundred percent of our curiculum can be completed via the Internet in the most efficient way possible.

"It (TRV) is a very systematic, very controlled method of accessing information that is not normally available by any other source... It is independent of time.. I can go present, I can go future. It is independent of location, so I can go anywhere on this earth, I can go into any closet, I can go into any mind..It is independent of space, therefore, I can access that information any place on the planet or off of it if I choose."

- Major General Albert Stubblebine,
former PSI TECH Chairman Of The Board and commanding officer of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)

What Are The Advantages Of Learning At TRV UniversityTM?

    The TRV University is a comprehensive web-based program that delivers unparalleled convenience, flexibility and real-time support to our students. In pursuit of basic through advanced TRV skills, students are able to earn training certifications that acknowledge successful completion of their course work.

    Students at TRV University have exclusive immediate access to support staff and fellow students who are available for real time assistance and discussion. Because we utilize an asynchronous format, you are free to participate at the times and places that work best for you. Learn at your own speed and meet like minded people who have similar interests and goals. Students can become a part of a worldwide community of active Remote Viewers. The goal of TRV University is to achieve Technical Remote Viewing "Mastery." Students benefit from instruction and a peer environment that allows anyone who truly wants to master this skill, the tools and access to do so.

    PSI TECH offers an unsurpassed history of experienced training and now our progressive curriculum is available to you anywhere, and at any time.

TRV University TRV 101: Basic & Intermediate Technical Remote Viewing Skills

Prerequisites: None
Duration: 6 Weeks
Tuition: $1295.00*

*Special Limited Time Offer: There is currently a $300 discount for students who pay for TRV 101 in full by cash or credit card, making the total tuition cost $995.00. Additional monthly payment plans are available. See the enrollment area in the Administration building or e-mail customer support for details.

    TRV 101: Basic TRV Skills will provide a student with rigorous, step by step instruction in Technical Remote Viewing. This course will train a student in the fundamentals of TRV, including Stage 1 through Stage 4 protocols, basic movement exercises, creating and cueing targets, and summary and analysis. The basic skills taught in TRV 101 are the foundation of your Technical Remote Viewing training. Among the skills taught in this in-depth training program, the student will learn how to acquire and maintain the target signal line, describe a target using raw sensory and dimensional data, manage and separate out imagination and personal analysis from true target data, produce a sketch of the target site, identify the viewer's own emotions as well as the emotions of others present at the target site, and learn how to re-position his/her perspective. All TRV 101 training is completed entirely via the internet during a six week period (with available free extensions for students who desire more time) and includes video lectures, classroom training modules, monitored sessions modules, an online workbook, detailed FAQ pages, instructor feedback via the TRV training forums, Target Of The Week training and live personalized tutoring.

TRV University TRV 101 Course Curriculum

Week 1: Introduction To TRV & Stage 1

    During Week 1, you will be introduced to PSI TECH and Technical Remote Viewing, learn about the history and development of this technology, and view news, media clips and interviews with PSI TECH trainees, who share their experiences and tell how learning TRV has enhanced and improved their lives. Discover the true story of this originally classified technology and its role in changing the scope of consciousness as we enter the new millennium.

    You will learn Stage 1 - Producing & Decoding Ideograms. Stage 1 is the foundation of every TRV session. Knowing how to produce and decode ideograms efficiently is critical to staying in structure and accurately identifying your target.

    You will learn about the Collective Unconscious and how the human mind is able to consistently access and deliver accurate target data on any person, place, thing or event anywhere in time and space.

Week 2: Stage 2: Sensory Perceptions & Stage 3: Abstract/Symbolic Sketch

    During Week 2, you will be trained in Stage 2: Sensory Perceptions and Stage 3: Abstract/Symbolic Sketch. Stage 2 is the objectification of sensory perceptions. Following a structured system that breaks down and objectifies the raw data, the student will learn how to write down specific words that describe percepts associated with the target in a very structured order.

    The student will then learn how to progress to Stage 3, where he/she will draw his/her first freehand sketch using his/her body and raw unconscious data to generate a symbolic sketch of the target site.

Week 3: Creating & Cueing Targets & Monitored TRV Sessions

    During Week 3, you will work your first Technical Remote Viewing targets. In the Creating and Cueing Targets lecture, the student will learn how to properly search the Matrix and choose targets, analogously pulling a "book" from the "library" of the Collective Unconscious. The student will be taught how to produce Target Reference Numbers and assign them to a target. The student will learn how to properly cue a target and create a target folder and envelope.

Week 4: Stage 4: Discriminating & Breaking Data Into Categories

    In Week 4, the student will learn Stage 4: Discriminating & Breaking Data Into Categories. You will learn the TRV Stage 4 table, how to prompt data, properly categorize and objectify it, and "follow" the signal line. You will also work several monitored sessions.

Week 5: Movements, Summary, & Analysis

    Week 5's lesson is designed to teach you Movements, Summary & Analysis. You will learn how to get closer to the target site, how to properly end a session, and how to write a summary of and analyze your work.

Week 6: Review & Final Exam

    During this final week, you will review the TRV basic skills set you learned during the previous 5 weeks and take your final exam.

This course includes available 24/7 technical support, weekly target training, and live tutoring options for one year after enrollment. For more information about TRV University courses, visit

TRV University TRV 201: Advanced Technical Remote Viewing Skills

Prerequisites: TRV 101
Duration: 6 Weeks
Tuition: $1295.00

    TRV 201: Advanced TRV Skills will provide a TRV 101 graduate with continuing instruction in TRV. This course will train a student in Stage 5 and Stage 6 Advanced Data Transfer protocols, advanced movement exercises, and refined Stage 3 and Stage 4 work. The instruction taught in TRV 201 is built upon the foundation of TRV 101 training. TRV 101 is a prerequisite for TRV 201. All training for this course is conducted online.

TRV 201 Course Overview & Requirements:

The following requirements must be met before a student can begin advanced TRV training:

    1) Completion of TRV 101: Basic Skills. TRV Trainees must be proficient with basic TRV structure and protocols before they can attempt to learn advanced TRV techniques. For example, learning to swim at a highly competitive level requires mastery of basic swimming techniques first; arms and legs must act in concert with breathing to move efficiently through the water. TRV works the same way. Trainees must be proficient and comfortable with the basics of TRV structure before moving on to the advanced skills!

    2) The ability to consistently identify Level 2 targets using Stage 1 through Stage 4 protocols. Trainees should not have to "think" about the order of categories in Stage 2, or how to create a Stage 4 table. The basic TRV structure and protocols should be installed into the autonomic system so that the TRVer can perform TRV sessions in a robotic manner without resorting to memory for the order of the TRV Stages 1-4. As in the previous example, when the trainee begins to learn skills at an advanced level, it is expected that the trainee is proficient in the basic skills and has developed a sturdy foundation upon which the advanced skills can be built.

    These advanced TRV techniques, or advanced tools, will enable you to identify and collect specific types of data in a more refined and detailed manner with closer target contact. For example, if you want to know "when" an event occurred, you would use the "Timeline" tool; or if you want to know "where" to locate a specific object or place, you would use the "Geographic Vector." These professional level tools allow you to use your TRV skills to find missing persons and locations, retrieve past memories, or solve complex problems.

    Virtually any type of data you are searching for can be known using the tools you'll learn in this advanced level course.

TRV University TRV 201 Course Curriculum:

Week 1: Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer Part 1

    Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer is the foundation of every advanced TRV session. Instruction begins with a review of Stage 1 through Stage 4 protocols, plus a review on movements. Later, your Week 1 coursework will explain how to execute and apply Stage 6 protocols, including: Visual Representations (refined sketches) and Recuing (Repositioning perspective.) Finally, you will be guided through a complete Monitored TRV Session which incorporates the tools and techniques taught during this week.

Week 2: Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer Part 2

    Week 2 continues with Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer, including the execution of Mind Probes, Timelines and Relational diagrams. During this week you will work Monitored Sessions #2, #3, and #4.

Week 3: Advanced TRV Tools

    Advanced TRV Tools continues with Stage 6 techniques. Module 2 presents the Idea Template for piecing together key target aspects, trajectories to foresee target paths, and various methods of complex problem solving. Week 3 also presents Stage 5 anomalous data interrogation and S41/2 and S61/2 data packages. During this week you will work Monitored Sessions #5 and #6.

Week 4: Advanced TRV Movements

    Advanced TRV Movements, covered during this week, demonstrates utilization of TRV movements to facilitate greater perspectival flexibility for swift data acquisition and effective data refinement. The movement applications presented here include Mind Probes, Medical Diagnosis, Illness Cures and Treatments, Geographic Locators, Target Geometries, and Time Locators. Your instructor will guide you through the application of these advanced tools in Monitored Sessions #7, #8, and #9.

Week 5: TRV Tips & Rules

    Advanced TRV Tips & Rules presents important tools and pointers for maximizing the execution and effectiveness of advanced TRV sessions. During this week, you will work an advanced monitored session which will guide you through a complete TRV advanced level session using many of the applications learned in weeks 1-5 of TRV 201.

Week 6: Course Review

    During Week 6, you will review the techniques you have learned during TRV 201 and take your final exam.

TRV 201 includes 24/7 technical support, weekly target training, and live tutoring options. For more information about TRV University courses, visit

Additional Graduate School courses are available to students who have completed both TRV 101 and the TRV 201 Advanced Skills courses. This new series affords TRV U students with the opportunity of focusing their continuing TRV training on specific fields, careers, and subject matter that interest them. Currently the following graduate courses are offered:

TRV 301: Optimum Trajectories
TRV 302: Find Your Optimum Mate
TRV 303: Winning At Gambling
TRV 304: Solving Murders & Abductions
TRV 305: Find Missing Persons, TRV 306: Find Lost Objects
TRV 307: In Search Of UFOs & Other Anomalies

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