A long-term interest in the Remote Viewing phenomenon dating from the 1995 declassification
of the U S Government’s Star Gate Remote Viewing program, and several years of subsequent
investigation and study of the growing amount of declassified information on the
subject, led to the concept of a special software application and a linked relational
database as a remote viewing tool.
Beginning in the summer of 2008, an intensive software development effort was launched
to develop the softwre and test the concept.
The use of a personal computer system with a high-resolution color display, a reasonably
fast processor, and a Windows software application with an integrated relational
database is central to the concept.
The New Intelligence Remote Viewing Interactive Analysis System has been designed
with the specific objective of helping remote viewers address three of the challenges
often encountered in remote viewing:
identifying specific locations
identifying numeric values
identifying points in time
A comprehensive, state-of-the-art software system that includes an integrated relational
Designed for use in Associative Remote Viewing projects
Easy-to-use point-and-click user interface
Detailed Reporting and Analysis Function
Comprehensive User Guide
Personal and RV Team versions available
For computers running Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 operating systems
Remote Viewing Interactive Analysis System: A Software Tool for Associative Remote