2014 APP Conference Highlights

"Focus on Increasing ARV  Prediction Hit Rates"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Skip Atwater

 

Dean Radin, PhD, is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Psychology at Sonoma State University.  For over two decades he has been engaged in consciousness research. He has held appointments at Princeton University, University of Edinburgh, University of Nevada, and several Silicon Valley think-tanks, including Interval Research Corporation and SRI International, where he worked on a classified program investigating psychic phenomena for the US government. He is author or coauthor of over 200 technical and popular articles, a dozen book chapters, and several books including the bestselling The Conscious Universe (HarperOne, 1997) and Entangled Minds (Simon & Schuster, 2006).

 

Conference Workshop Abstract

   "Was Buddha Just A Nice Guy?"

 

Dean's latest book, Supernormal asks a simple question: Was Buddha just a nice guy? Did Buddha’s teachings thrive because he was more attractive or charismatic than most, or because he was a great teacher and a tireless advocate of the poor? Or— and here’s the core question we’ll explore in detail— was it also because he was an enlightened being with profound insights into the nature of Reality, and because he possessed supernormal abilities? We might ask the same questions about Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Milarepa, or a host of other historically prominent figures associated with special illumination, wisdom, or grace. Did these people just sport great tans and know how to work a crowd, or did they understand something genuinely deep about the human condition, and our capacities, that are not yet within the purview of science?

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As a result of many unusual events in his life, a near-death experience, a UFO sighting, and numerous spontaneous out-of-body episodes, Joseph McMoneagle was one of the original Intelligence Officers recruited for the Army program now known as STAR GATE. While there, he earned a Legion of Merit award for providing "...critical intelligence reported at the highest echelons of our military and government, including such national level agencies as; The Joint Chiefs of Staff, DIA, NSA, CIA, DEA, and the Secret Service, producing crucial and vital intelligence unavailable from any other source."

Conference Workshop Abstract

   ""Getting Better at Precognition""

 

Science tells us that the laws of physics are incontrovertible – it’s the way things are. And physics also tells us that everything there ever was and everything that ever will be just are – everything exists simultaneously. Every event, object, feeling, person, whatever that has ever existed still exists, at least somewhere. So, perhaps our perception that there is a past, present or future is somewhat skewed. Joe has stated for years that we are creatures of the now. Now is everything for us and drives what we believe about the past as well as what we are capable of within the future. He views the future as a constant loop to where we are in the present – this loop feeds back in time to our present and controls what happens to us at some point within our immediate future. Getting better at Precognition may just be getting better at recognizing what we are looking at. Come and share an hour with Joe. You may pick up what you need to improve your precognition.

F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater is the former President of The Monroe Institute Skip, a retired military officer, was the Operations and Training Officer for the once highly classified U.S. Army Intelligence remote-viewing surveillance program. Skip worked closely with the scientific efforts of SRI International. He trained career-minded professional intelligence personnel to remote view. He planned, conducted, and reported thousands of remote viewing intelligence-collection missions for a variety of US intelligence agencies.

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Conference Workshop Abstract

   ""Getting Better at Precognition""

 

The core of this workshop presentation will focus on the concept of affective and cognitive empathy postulated as folding space-time, allowing for the intentional formation of a mental wormhole bridge between a 'present time' binary ARV session and 'future time' feedback.


Research has uncovered the existence of "mirror neurons," providing a neurological basis for empathy.  Empathy has many different textbook definitions and can be considered as having two major components.  Although science has not yet agreed upon a precise definition of these constructs, there is consensus about this distinction. 

 

Hypothetically, the more empathetic the ARV practitioner becomes with future-self, the greater the conscious awareness of the designated feedback experience.  The workshop presentation will include the discussion of testing instruments for the assessment of empathic aptitudes, techniques for increasing one's empathic abilities, and the possibility of an inductive field environment for ARV binary applications.

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James has been doing scientific research in the general area of psi for many years. He served as Chief Statistician at Nielsen Entertainment. He held a position as Director of Research at Cognitive Science Laboratory at SRI International in Los Angeles, where he studied applications of pattern recognition and signal analysis for psychophysics research and experimental tests of quantum mechanics.  

He worked at SATMAP on a special projects team and led a team that developed SATMAP, an AI system for optimizing call centers performance. He has authored papers on the significance of Sidereal time in Remote Viewing.

           

Conference Workshop Abstract

   "Precognition and Physical Factor"

 

ABSTRACT: James has been doing scientific research in the general area of psi for many years. He began by reviewing earlier work and the general topic of how physics usually proceeds. He also discussed the problems with changing existing theories, for example quantum mechanics and general relativity, since these changes tend to falsify the existing experiments.
15 years ago or so, James started looking for physical variables that might modulate psi. He wanted to start with the highest effect size data since there is so much noise in psi data. He concluded that the free response work of RV and the Ganzfeld experiments were the best data set and he focused there.
He looked at LST (Local Sidereal Time), even though he felt it was not a primary variable.  He gathered the data because of analogies to reflection, say off the moon, which is very direction-orientation dependent. LST is orientation dependent between the earth and the stars. When he looked at that data, there was indeed a strong positive effect at 13:30 LST with a slight negative effect at about 18:00 LST. This was published in his 1997 paper, in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, Volume 11 No. 2, under the title, “Apparent Association Between Effect Size in Free Response Anomalous Cognition Experiments and Local Sidereal Time”. It utilized about 2,500 trials from 41 peer-reviewed published studies.
In the best tradition of science, James continued to collect more data. He now has a new database which is roughly ten times bigger than in the earlier study. His data includes the work of GregK that we heard about on the previous day. Unfortunately, the new database does not support the original findings. 

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Greg is a successful athlete, inventor, entrepreneur, millionaire and world record holder. His amazing tale of success has been built on ambitious goals, determined action, hard work and foresight. His long list of feats compelled the Discovery Channel to call him a ‘real life super-hero’.  At the age of 21, Greg spotted an opportunity in the burgeoning world of electronic publishing, and shy of his 30th birthday, Greg sold his company to industry giant Adobe.  Dreaming of setting a world record, Greg began rigorous training. Highlights of his physical accomplishments include the completion of 13 Ironman triathlons, Ironman World Championships in Hawaii and numerous 100 mile ultramarathons.  In 2006, Greg pedaled an amazing 647 miles in 24 hours, around a race track, claiming his first world record and a coveted position in the Guinness Book of World Records. Greg set another Guinness world record for the most distance traveled by human power in 24 hours on water in September 2008.

 

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Conference Workshop Abstract

"13 Year Associate Remote Viewing Experiment""

This paper presents results from a 13-year experiment using a unique approach to the associative remote viewing (ARV) protocol which allows a single operator to conduct the full ARV process beginning to end. A total of 5,677 ARV trials were conducted from May 11, 1998, to September 26, 2011. Of these, 52.65 % were correct in predicting the outcome of their respective future events (where only 50% would be expected by chance), yielding a statistically significant score of z = 4.0. These 5,677 trials addressed a total of 285 project questions. Most of these project questions were intended to predict the outcome of a given futures market. Of these project questions, 60.3% were answered correctly, resulting in a statistically significant z = 3.49. By increasing the number of trials in a project question, and giving more weight to higher subjective confidence scores reflecting the quality of the match between the remote viewing and one of the two target images, the success rate increased to above 70%. One hundred eighty-one project questions resulted in actual futures trades where capital was risked. Of these, 60% of the trades were profitable, amounting to approximately $146,587.30.

 

 

Marty is the founder of The Applied Precognition Project and the Conference Organizer.  He is a  Physist with decades of research experience.  He has more experience in ARV then than any other person on planet earth (He won't say that himself but it's true).  He's been running ARV groups for over a decade and frequently speaks at IRVA and does radio appearances. 

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Conference Workshop Abstract

 

ARV protocols abound.  Each new protocol is launched with the expectation that it will do better than previous ones as measured by Hit Rate performance.  They often start out doing quite well, and yet, by the time they reach a few hundred trials, the overall Hit Rates all tend to be in the 55% - 65% range.  Why can't we break this barrier and move up to a 80% Hit Rate sustainable over the long-term?

I will discuss why I have come to believe that the "magic of precognition" is not in the protocol.  I suspect when we put all the pieces together for successful long-term precognition, many ARV protocols will work at the 80% level.  The magic is in the people applying the protocol and their relationships.  The magic is in the ever-challenging, empowering, and self-activation/realization aspects of precognition.  I will show and discuss Hit Rate data when things went right and when they went wrong. Our challenge is to keep it going right for the long-term.

 

 

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Dave teaches a variety of psychical methods and does private readings.  He has had a life-long fascination with Psi and never doubted the ability to access information non-locally.  Dave believes remote viewing should be practiced as a family-time activity and has a powerful self-actualization component. Dave is a licensed California real estate broker and has been in the high top 2% of all Realtors nation-wide for units sold and commissions earned. This success was realized based on a gentle precognitive thought Dave received out of nowhere that told him to move his business focus in a particular direction.  Dave runs the Direct Psi Dowsing and the Psychical Arts Group at the Applied Precognition Project, which is their only non- Associative Remote Viewing group.  

He has a BSL in Sociology and attended Antioch and Excelsior Colleges. He is also a graduate of a well-respected energy healing and “rose reading” school.  Dave is a free-style dancer, frequent sweat lodge participant, skier, meditator, viewer of MMA and a sports-book player. Dave is also a landlord.

 

 

Conference Workshop Abstract

 

Dave was on the bill along with Joe McMoneagle and Marty Rosenblatt for APP 2014 Intro.  Dave led three separate exercises to demonstrate our ability to have an expanded consciousness for applying precognition. In the first session, we explored the potential to read someone else’s thoughts.  Session 2, was focused on a form of psychometry, which allows us to read photographs, that Dave calls “reverse remote viewing”. In the final session the participants paired off and did readings on each other, resulting in a sports prediction.

 

Dave also organized and hosted the Direct Psi Dowsing and Psychical Arts Costume Party, where we used several different methods for predicting roulette outcomes. Everyone loved dressing in the costumes, which served to unencumber the participants belief systems, allowing them to more easily access future outcomes.

 

As soon as you purchase the downloads you can go to your email and retrieve the document that will have all the download links as well as links to the videos on You Tube in the event you prefer not to download.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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