Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) is a proven approach to predicting the future with odds much better than chance. APPI is a new 501©3 educational foundation.  It’s objectives are to:

·       Educate people and society about precognition

·       Develop Professional Precogers who EARN $$$ applying their precog skills

 

APPI is sponsoring a Free Webinar for Newbies and Oldbies that will have YOU apply ARV to this Thursday Night’s NFL game (the same approach is used by our current Professional Precogers in Financial Markets.)  Key to our approach is easy online access and keeping statistics online.

 

The Webinar, led by Marty Rosenblatt, will begin on Thursday morning PT with a prediction well before the game, and conclude in a second session on Friday morning PT for the very important FeedBack Session, discussions and a table showing how our APPI Professionals are doing so far...hint (very well).

 

Free Webinar:  Become a Precoger by Doing It!

Thursday (Oct 20) 9:00am PT to 11:00am PT (noon – 2pm ET)

Friday (Oct 21) 9:00am PT to 11:00am PT (noon – 2pm ET)

GoToMeeting Link (details below)

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/766536010

 

If you are a Newbie, this webinar will be enough training to join the APP Expo in Las Vegas (Henderson) where you can meet others who have similar interests in applying precognition, as well as meet Dr. Jeff Mishlove, Dr. Steve Braude, Dr. Charley Tart and John Herlosky. John is already an APPI successful Precog Pro and is sharing his knowledge at the Expo.

 

There will be a video of the webinar.  And, I hope you can join us live.

 

Keep Precogn’,

Marty

President APPI

 

 

GoToMeeting Details

1.  Please join my meeting.

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/766536010

 

2.  You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP).  A headset is recommended.

 

Meeting ID: 766-536-010

 

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