Las Vegas, NV, March 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Learn from three world-renowned experts how to use remote viewing to win at sports wagering during two Las Vegas workshops--“APP 2014 Intro” for newcomers and “APP 2014” for advanced viewers--offered this June by the Applied Precognition Project (APP), immediately before the International Remote Viewers Association (IRVA) Conference.
“Remote viewing is perhaps the most scientifically studied psychic skill,” said physicist and veteran remote viewing instructor Marty Rosenblatt, one of the sponsoring APP partners. “We’re thrilled to offer hands-on workshops and interactive webinars with these three legends, who were among the pioneers in the field.”
Joseph McMoneagle, F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater and James Spottiswoode played key roles in developing and applying our natural psychic ability into a protocol called remote viewing, Rosenblatt said. Used by U.S. Army Intelligence during the Cold War, remote viewing was once shrouded in secrecy under the now-declassified STAR GATE project.
McMoneagle was one of the original Intelligence Officers and Atwater was the STAR GATE Operations and Training Officer. Spottiswoode was a valued project contributor via his consultancy to SRI International (formerly called Stanford Research Institute). All three continue to advance Remote Viewing protocol to this day.
Psi-Spy McMoneagle earned the coveted Legion of Merit from the United States Armed Forces for providing "...critical intelligence reported at the highest echelons of our military and government…producing crucial and vital intelligence unavailable from any other source.”
Dean Radin, Institute of Noetic Sciences Senior Scientist, will talk about Buddha's precognition experiences and other material from his latest book, Supernormal. The webinar presentations by Radin and Spottiswoode will be included in an online webinar package for those unable to attend “APP 2014.”
Held at a full-service resort, both workshops offer a fun and casual learning environment. On June 23, McMoneagle will help newcomers learn how to use remote viewing and other precognition techniques for profit during the “APP 2014 Intro” workshop, Foretelling the Future: Applying Precognition to Sports Wagering and Financials.
“No experience is needed for this introductory workshop,” Rosenblatt said. “All you need is a willing attitude and an open mind.” It will serve as a prerequisite for the June 24-26 advanced workshop “APP 2014,” Increasing ARV Prediction Hit Rates, with lead trainers Atwater and Rosenblatt.
Workshop participants will use the Associative Remote Viewing protocol to predict the outcome of six Major League Baseball (MLB) games. A group consensus will be shared with all. During last year’s “APP 2013,” participants used the group’s three predictions to make winning bets on baseball games. Past performance is no guarantee of future profits. Each day will feature two MLB predictions and two webinar presentations.
To register and for more information, go to http://appliedprecog.com. Early registration prices are $110 for the June 23 APP 2014 Intro, $320 for the June 24-26 APP 2014, or $70 for webinar-only participants. These reduced rates will increase April 1 to $125, $395 and $100, respectively. The workshops have limited space, so be sure to sign-up early to reserve your seat. You can also download or purchase CDs of last year’s “APP 2013” workshop from the APP Store.
Hotel reservations at the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Casino must be made separately by attendees and are not included in the conference registration fee. Call 866-782-9487 and refer to Group "APP 2014" and/or Code "GCIAP14" to get the special rate of $125 per night.
The International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) conference (registration separate) will be held June 27-29 at the same resort.