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Dr. Carr  highly recommended this book as the introductory book on RV

Remote Viewing Secrets is Just out !!!!  by Joe McMoneagle this is the current RV Bible.

 

 

Mind Trek; Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing
by Joe McMoneagle

Media: Paperback
Published: Aug. 1993
Publisher: Hampton Roads Pub.
ISBN: 1878901729
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Courtney has a new book out, in addition to this one:

Cosmic Voyage
by Brown, Courtney
 
Media: Mass Market
PAPERBACK VERSION:
Published: Aug. 1997
Publisher: Onyx
ISBN: 0451190262
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Cosmic Voyage; A Scientific Discovery of Extraterrestrials Visiting Earth
by Brown, Courtney
 
Media: Hardcover
Published: Jan 1996
Publisher: Dutton
ISBN: 0525940987
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At long last comes the moment that humanity has been waiting for irrefutable evidence of extraterrestrial life! By using Scientific Remote Viewing, a highly classified paranormal process developed by the U.S. military, Courtney Brown puts his career on the line to tell the shocking true story of his discoveries. Not only does this book describe full details of contact made with alien civilizations whose destinies reflect our own, but it also offers a vital, inspirational message for the future of mankind.
 



If you want to know the history of Remote Viewing this book is very good!

Remote Viewers; The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies
by Schnabel, Jim  
 

 
Media: Mass Market Paperback
Published: Feb. 1997
Publisher: Avon
ISBN: 0440223067
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For the first time, this explosive expose reveals the Pentagon's use of psychic spies -- a true life version of The X-Files! Under code names like Sun Streak and Star Gate, the U.S. government's remote viewers went on psychic spying missions around the world. Top intelligence personnel gave their full support to the training and development of these top-secret psychic forces who could read minds, and even look back in time and into the future.



The Enigma Files : The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program
by Jim Marrs
List: $23.00

Hardcover
Published by Harmony Books
Publication date: January 1999
ISBN: 0517597551
 
 



Highly recommended - mostly narrative - read this after McMoneagle's and Courtney's books

Psychic Warrior; Inside the CIA's Stargate Program: The True Story of a Soldier's Espionage and Awakening
by Morehouse, David 
 
Media: Hardcover
Published: Nov. 1996
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 0312147082
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Highly recommended for those who want evidence & research

 The Conscious Universe; The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena
by Radin, Dean 
 
Media: Hardcover
Published: Aug. 1997
Publisher: Harper Edge
ISBN: 0062515020
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A preeminent parapsychologist's myth-shattering, mind-expanding manifesto, The Conscious Universe unveils the latest scientific proof of psychic phenomena, reveals the extent to which corporations, governments, and academia have already embraced "psi, " and ponders the effects when inevitably mainstream science and society at large do, too..
 


Tracks in the Psychic Wilderness; An Exploration of ESP, Remote Viewing, Precognitive Dreaming
by Graff, Dale E. 
 
Media: Hardcover
Published: Mar 1998
Publisher: Element Books Ltd.
ISBN: 1862042039
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Miracles of Mind: Exploring Non-Local Consciousness and Spiritual Healing
By Russell Targ & Jane Katra
 
by New World Media: Hardcover 
Published: Feb. 1998
Publisher: New World
ISBN: 1577310705
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In this remarkable scientific exploration of the mind's powers, pioneering physicist Russell Targ and renowned spiritual healer Jane Katra present an extraordinary synthesis of how spiritual healing and non-local mind the mind's ability to transcend space and time are integrally linked. Photos & illustrations. 272 pp. 6-city author tour. Targeted print ads. Radio publicity. 20,000 print.
Announced Publication Date: Feb. 1998
Publisher: New World Library
 


Angela Thompson Also has an RV book out

 



Also by Russell Targ:
Probably out of print:  (Go to a used bookstore)

Targ, Russell and Harary, Keith, Mind Race, Villard Books, 1984

Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, Mind-Reach, Delacorte Press, 1977
 
 


 

 
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Psychic Spy -- Espionage Novels:


 The hangman   --  Just out - By T.J. McGregor,  Kensington Hardcover
 

Psychic Spy : The Story of an Astounding Man
by Clifford L. Linedecker
Availability: This title is out of print. Although it is no longer available from the publisher,


Prism : A Novel
by Austin Bay

Hardcover, 240 pages
Published by Harpercollins
Publication date: July 1996
Dimensions (in inches): 0.96 x 8.65 x 5.90
ISBN: 0060175257
 
From Kirkus Reviews , 05/15/96:
James Bond lives again in a wildly improbable, marginally absurd military thriller that forges high-tech hardware and ESP. Armchair military strategist Bay (A Quick and Dirty Guide to War, not reviewed; coauthor of From Shield to Storm, 1992, etc.) reworks the Bond formula, introducing Wesley ``Wes'' Hawkins, a psychic soldier and employee of an ultrasecret extrasensory- perception government spy bureau called ``The Shop,'' managed by a female psychic puppeteer named Chatterly. Wes is ordered to haunt a dingy bar in Toulon, posing as a mercenary, so that he can infiltrate the Texas-based high-tech empire of American billionaire industrialist Coleman Oswald Mosley, a failed presidential candidate and impassioned model railroader. Wealthy enough to own a fleet of 747's and military hardware sufficient for a dozen Third World dictatorships, Mosley wants Wes to assassinate former American President and avid golfer Grover Renwick as well as current President Randall Duncan. To make sure Wes cooperates, Mosley's paramilitary thugs abduct his daughter. What follow are several scenes of artfully executed military mayhem in Bosnia, Somalia, northern Virginia, and Montana in which Wes distinguishes himself. While Mosley and his army communicate by beepers and e- mail, Wes chats with Chatterly by focusing his mental powers on crystals. Alas, Chatterly keeps her powerful thoughts to herself, saying little about the assassination plot or the importunate temptations of Sari, a leggy femme fatale posing first as a French chambermaid, then as a topless Caribbean nymph. Wes also gets flirtatious glances from the President's ``tigress'' wife, Carolyn Duncan, who, we presume, has other things on her mind than universal health care. After some Byronic brooding on the dehumanizing aspects of being manipulated by nasty people, Wes finds the fate of the world in his hands, and also finds himself, his daughter, and the President's son in a hail both of gunfire and psychic blasts. Implausible but readable fantasy for Soldier-of-Fortune fans. -- Copyright ©1996, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.

Synopsis:
In the near future, Texas multibillionaire Coleman O. Mosley hires a retired psychic government agent to assassinate the President of the United States while the President's own psychics seek to defend him. Reprint." --This text refers to the mass market (reprint) edition of this title.

Synopsis:
In a near future world in which extrasensory mental powers have become the weapon of choice, Hawkins, a retired operative of ""The Shop"" is reluctantly drawn out of retirement to infiltrate the sinister paramilitary organization of tyrannical Texas billionaire Coleman O. Mosley.

From the Publisher :
On the cusp of the next millennium, in a dangerous yet eerily familiar near future, the most advanced electronic weaponry and spy systems have been augmented by a far more cultivated implement of war. The new ultimate weapon is the human mind. Using special crystals -- prisms -- to focus psychic energy, some of the psychically "able" have learned to master extrasensory powers and probe other's minds. "Able" humans possess limited, though useful, psychic talents. The "most able," however, have learned to mentally double other humans -- to totally control another's thoughts and actions. More frightening, their selectively bred offspring have even more extraordinary gifts.

The real power in this new world is not the people, Congress or multinational corporations, but "The Shop" -- the psychic CIA -- a macabre intelligence agency operated by the "most able." The Shop is controlled by Chatterley, a powerful woman of allegedly unique psychic genius. Chatterley's sources have intercepted information that a sinister group (led by a billionaire would-be president from Texas, Coleman Oswald Mosley) is planning to assassinate the president of the United States. Mosley's organization is seeking the ideal killer. Chatterley calls in a former Shop assassin named Wes Hardin. Pulled from his self-imposed retirement, Wes agrees to pose as a mercenary gunman named Carey Hawkins and infiltrate Mosley's group. Mosley hires Wes, demanding a perfect, vicious kill. In order to ensure his new assassin's loyalty, Mosley kidnaps Wes's daughter.



For Children

Spooky Kids : Strange but True Tales
by Bruce M. Nash, Allan Zullo

Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Paperback, 118 pages
Published by Troll Assoc
Publication date: September 1994
Dimensions (in inches): 0.35 x 7.59 x 5.14
ISBN: 081673447X

A reader from Madera,CA , 04/24/98, rating=10:
It's accelerating!
spooky kids is spookier than R.L Stine's GOOSEBUMPS. It is sadly true; but scary! Siskel and Ebert gave it 1,000 thumbs up. It makes Goosebumps look like snail!!!!!

KALE ROBERTS(taroberts@vax2.rainis.net) , 01/17/97, rating=9:
SPOOKY,AND IT`S ABOUT KIDS.
My teacher reads these to us all the time,and they`re great. What makes it even better is because it`s about kids. Totally creepy, and intereresting if nothing else.That is if your into that supernatural sort of thing like me.
 



 


 



 
 


 



 
 


 



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