Remote Viewing - Ethical Issues and Osama bin Laden's Present Location
By Joni Dourif, President of PSI TECH
February 22, 2002
When people first learn about remote viewing and some of its uses, the most common question I
hear is, "Aren't you invading peoples privacy? What about Ethics?"
Joni Dourif, President of PSI TECH
After all, we have used this technology for the past decade to track criminals. We openly talk about
"mind probes" and looking at peoples "intent". We are known for using TRV to cure psychological
and physical disorders. We can probe memory banks and minds of individuals to excavate past
traumas or forgotten events. We investigate dreams and we encourage people to use TRV to find
their optimum life paths and even to locate their optimum mates. We make no bones about it as we
speak very matter of factly about these common applications of this technology. "If these claims
are real, then aren't TRV'ers really just high-tech peeping toms?"
It is true, that TRV was discovered in the early 80's by the Department of Defense. Their interest
did not include "self-help" purposes. The government's investment cost them 20 million dollars and
remote viewing paid for itself, and then some, as an adjunct "spy technology." Sometimes it was
tasked when there was no other way to find out specific information, and in this venue Remote
Viewing shined. However, as news leaked out about this classified spy technology, curiosity grew
and some personnel wanted to know more while others wrote it off as "unbelievable" or
"nonsense." It was no secret that about ten years was the expected time span to be able to hide such
a "hot potato" like this technology. Controversy gathered quickly and the few who recognized what
was happening quietly and swiftly ushered this "hot potato" out of the military oven. In the civilian
sector, as a private corporation, (named PSI TECH) another class of interest emerged which was
geared more toward personalized self help.
However, today because of the "War on Terror" I find us in a precarious position. We feel obligated
to look out for our national defense and safety and this we do generously. But do we have an
obligation to the public to release adjunct information that does not pose a direct threat to the public?
This question has left me in a quandary today because we have looked at Osama bin Laden's
present location and to my surprise we find him alive and being held captive. He is injured and
would prefer to die and become a martyr for his cause. However his captors are keeping him alive.
We have not yet determined the nationality of his captors or their motives. We have a general idea
of his location but that data has not yet been verified by other blind TRV sessions. This data came
as a surprise to me as I had figured that he was dead. None of our information supported my opinion,
not even my own. In fact, all of the TRV data combined from various sessions completed within
the last few days paints a picture that his location is in a type of underground facility, perhaps a
I have included a few sketches (below) from a couple different TRV sessions to demonstrate the
data veracity. However, this has been a sad time for us with the kidnappings of Danielle Van Dam and
Daniel Pearl, both of whom we TRVed and concluded to be dead before recent reports surfaced in the media.
This kind of predicament leaves us feeling sad and helpless. This amazing technology provides us
with a close up view and turning our attention to so much hatred and deviancy for a preview is
sometimes hard to take.
Here is our preliminary data about Osama bin Laden's present location. We hope that the appropriate
people with the proper intent find this useful. I know that "appropriate and proper" are relative terms,
as "one man's terrorist is another mans hero." But accountability is not relative and truth is our
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The February Issue of PSI TECH's The Matrix Newsletter is now online
In the February issue, Joni Dourif provided our readers with updates on our TRV Contest, including the winning TRV session and an interview with the winner. You will hear about a PSI TECH
student's success in using TRV to assist his local Chief of Police in a criminal investigation, Kimberly Snow
will explain to you "What TRV Isn't," Dane Spotts will introduce you to PSI TECH's new Technical Remote Viewing University,
a PSI TECH consultant comments on biblical scriptures and TRV and much more!
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