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The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterThose Pesky Paradigms
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterHow To Win At TRV
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterTRV Contest Winning Session
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterReader Letters
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterBe Careful What You Task For

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The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterIs TRV Really Dangerous?
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterTRV Questions Answered
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterWho Can Learn TRV?
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterTRV Overview & Updates
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterTRV & The Language Barrier
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterThe Gift Of New Eyes

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Welcome to the February 2003 issue of PSI TECH's
The Matrix Newsletter.

The purpose of this publication is to disseminate information about Technical Remote Viewing and PSI TECH activities. We hope that you enjoy The Matrix and find it an informative resource. We are interested in your feedback and participation, so please feel free to send us your comments and questions. Email the editor at matrix-editor@psitech.net.

Articles in This Issue:

Those Pesky Paradigms: Why PSI TECH & Remote Viewing Is So Controversial - by Dane Spotts, CEO
For those of us who have learned the skill of TRV, we are constantly amazed by the fact that the human mind really can do this. And because we have become so immersed in our own TRV culture, we tend to forget what it was like before we learned this skill. If it's still incredible for those of us who practice TRV that we possess this ability, it must be totally incredulous to someone who has no idea what it even is. Click here to read more.

How To Win At TRV - by Joni Dourif, President
Once we have consciously learned how to move through the TRV structure, we must then integrate it as an unconscious process so that we need not think about "what to do next." When the TRV structure becomes autonomic, our bodies know what to do. This practice registers as a threat to our intellects because our analytical thinking has been the dominant force for most of our lives.  Click here to read more.

The TRV Contest Winning Session Revealed - by Jeff Lucas
Last November we announced our 2nd Technical Remote Viewing contest. Each contestant was required to work a single blind target (receiving only eight random Target Reference Numbers which were assigned to the target) and then follow the TRV protocols and submit the sessions to us. Click here to view the winning session.

Be Careful What You Task For - by Kimberly Snow
On the morning of Valentine's day, Kimberly Snow awoke to find a surprise sitting at her doorstep; a five pound rabbit. Wearing a harness, it was obviously someone's pet. In the following article, find out how she used TRV to locate the rabbit's home, and the lesson she learned about cuing and how specific the Matrix is when delivering data. Click here to view the full article.

Letters From Readers Of The Matrix - by Jeff Lucas
PSI TECH always welcome letters and feedback from readers of The Matrix. In the following article, Jeff Lucas answers questions including, how should one cue to determine pregnancy, how to target a topical search such as psychokinesis, and how to determine a target person's sex. Click here to read the article.

Is TRV Really Dangerous? - by Jeff Lucas
Recently in an internet discussion group, I encountered a debate about "the dangers of remote viewing." Curious psi seekers and non remote viewers were writing about how it may be wrong or dangerous for people to have such an ability.  Click here to read more.

Technical Remote Viewing Questions Answered - by Jeff Lucas
In this week's issue of The Signal Line, Jeff Lucas answers some reader and student questions about Technical Remote Viewing.  Click here to read more.



Who Can Learn TRV? Profile Of An Artist And TRV Student - by PSI TECH Staff
In this week's issue of The Signal Line, we highlight the personal experience of one of our students, Joel Salisbury. Joel (better known as "Rio" in the PSI TECH chat room) is a talented artist whose goal is to integrate TRV with his artwork.  Click here to read more..

TRV Overview & Updates - by Joni Dourif
Since many newcomers subscribe to this e-zine each day, in this week's issue of The Signal Line, we present an overview of some of the basic concepts which are part of the skill of Technical Remote Viewing - plus information on our new forum software and an important TRV Contest update!  Click here to read more..

TRV & The Language Barrier - by Kyle A.
Kyle, a four year PSI TECH student from Europe, overcame the language barrier while learning TRV. In this week's issue of The Signal Line, find out how he progressed in learning TRV technology so well that he eventually won two TRV contests.  Click here to read more..

The Gift Of New Eyes - by Kimberly Snow
There have been times in my life where something so extraordinary happens that I am changed forever. Five years ago, an event happened to me that not only altered my life path and expanded my horizons but changed my life in such a profound way that, like those moments in my past, changed the very fabric of who I am. Click here to view the full article.

Comics Corner:

Comics Page - by Snowball
The hazards of spending time at the bar Click here to view.

Media Links:

Video Questions & Answers
See and hear Dane Spotts answer twelve questions about Technical Remote Viewing. All clips are encoded in QuickTime format. Click here to view.

Watch a TRV Demo Before a Live News Crew
Technical Remote Viewing (TRV) was developed and used by the U.S. Government as an intelligence collection tool. PSI TECH has ensured that this invaluable technology is presented to you in its pure unadulterated form. TRV is a trained skill which can be learned by anyone who applies themselves. This is not a skill which requires that "you believe" nor do you even have "to understand it" for it to work. You only need to do it. Technical Remote Viewing is NOT "fortune telling, out of body travel, or channeling." It is a learned skill that improves with repetition and practice. Prepare yourself for an experience that compares to nothing else you have ever done. Your journey is about to begin...

Click here for a free demo/introduction to TRV.

PSI TECH Training Opportunities:

PSI TECH's Technical Remote Viewing University
Since 1989 PSI TECH has been the world leader in developing, testing, and refining effective Technical Remote Viewing training programs for our students. From the Generation 1 and II Basic Training Programs, to the Advanced Training System, PSI TECH's dedication to teaching Technical Remote Viewing skills remains a distinctive purpose of PSI TECH's mission.

When you learn TRV, you are installing a specific set of instructions or protocols into your unconscious nervous system. You are training a dormant psi function that lies deep within all of us. We all possess the capability to do this. The difficulty has been training this sixth sense or psi function to deliver accurate results on demand and separating out real data from your imagination. That is what TRV does. Now anyone, anywhere with the desire and the determination to learn this skill can. If they work at it, they can master it. And with TRVU, it is many times faster and more efficient than any other learning methodology. A lot of people who've heard about PSI TECH and TRV believe you can learn to remote view by reading a book or taking a weekend seminar. That would be like saying you can learn martial arts from or become a skilled plastic surgeon by reading a training manual. You can't. It's just not that simple. This is a skill that requires intensive experiential learning to integrate and make the skill-set a permanent part of your unconscious system.

The TRV University is a comprehensive web-based program that delivers unparalleled convenience, flexibility and real-time support to our students. In pursuit of basic through advanced TRV skills, students are able to earn training certifications that acknowledge successful completion of their course work. When you enroll in TRV U, you are opening a gateway to a new life of possibilities. more

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