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The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterTRV University
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterThe Real X-Files
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterSpontaneous Psi Events
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterGestalts - Unwrapping The Package
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterLife After Death: The Mystery Unveiled

The Signal Line
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterMy Last "I Bet You Can't Remote View it" Bet!
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterRemote Viewing & Prayer
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterRemote Viewing Missing People
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterGen II CD
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterChandra Levy Murder Mystery
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing NewsletterPSI TECH Viewer Solves Another Crime
The Matrix Technical Remote Viewing Newsletter"Poor Man's Nuke" Plan Averted in Chicago

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Welcome to the June 2002 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:

TRV University To Go Online July 15, 2002
"Plug Your Mind Into The Future"
- by Dane Spotts, CEO
A new way to learn Technical Remote Viewing is coming to your town soon. Any town. Anywhere on Earth. You only need a computer and a speedy modem connection. No more tapes. No more training in isolation. Plug your mind into the future. The future of mind development and learning remote viewing skills is here. When you are in a TRV U classroom, you will not be able to skip ahead. You will be forced to learn ALL the basics week by week and tested each step of the way on your proficiency. The goal is to install the skill as quickly and efficiently as possible.  Click here to view the full article.

The Real X-Files - by Joni Dourif, President
A PSI TECH TRV project constitutes a research or study that is conducted by PSI TECH trained remote viewers who exclusively employ the TRV technology. Some of these are proprietary and some of them have already been the subject of books, documentaries and radio shows. Many of them have solved the unsolvable and answered the unanswerable. We continue to forge our way into this new frontier where knowledge and truth can no longer elude the human mind.  Click here to view the full article.

Spontaneous PSI Events - by Jeff Lucas
There is a common side effect from remote viewing training that many Technical Remote Viewers experience after they have practiced TRV for several months. At PSI TECH, we refer to this phenomena as a "spontaneous psi event." A spontaneous psi event is an episode of precognition or advanced or shared knowledge where an individual or group unexpectedly and involuntarily, gains knowledge or information about something by using his or her innate sixth sense. In the following article, you will see examples of this phenomenon, including a dramatic event that occurred last Wednesday. Click here to view the full article.

Gestalts: Unwrapping The Package - by Kimberly Snow
A gestalt is a German word for "form", and is a psychological term defined as a "perceived organized whole that is greater than the sum of its parts." When the viewer produces the ideogram, he has received the package of information. Using TRV protocol, this package will then be unraveled, allowing him to perceive the data and objectify the information on paper. The ideogram often represents the general gestalt of the target or site in its most basic form, which then allows the viewer to lock on to a theoretical signal line and decode and decompress accurate data. Click here to view the full article.

Life and Death: The Mystery Unveiled - by Kimberly Snow
Mysteries of the universe abound. There are fundamental questions that our species have been asking since the dawn of human time. What is our purpose here? Who are we? But of all the questions out there, there is one question that almost everyone has asked at some point in their lifetime: What happens when we die? Click here to view the full article.

Recent The Signal Line weekly E-zine articles:

My Last "I Bet You Can't Remote View it" Bet! - by Dr. John Turner, M.D.
In this issue of The Signal Line, a PSI TECH trained remote viewer and Neurosurgeon, Dr. John Turner, provides details of a bet he made with PSI TECH's President Joni Dourif. John's wife lost a bottle of medicine, and he challenged Joni to locate it using Technical Remote Viewing.  Click here to find out what happened and see a medical Technical Remote Viewing session..

Remote Viewing and Prayer - by Kimberly Snow
People from all over the world, from all cultures and walks of life, when describing their experiences during deep prayer or meditation, have many similarities. The most significant and common similarity is that feeling of connectedness with an ALL, a transcendence of the sense of individual, and a merging with a collective force in the universe in which we are all a part of a whole. How does this relate to remote viewing?  Click here to view the full article.

Remote Viewing Missing People - by PSI TECH Staff
When PSI TECH is contacted to help with a missing persons or abduction case, time is of the essence. It is often a race against the clock. The first thing we do to begin is a TRV probe to determine basic facts that help us plan the best course of action. We do not assume anything about the target, regardless of the available evidence or the conclusions drawn by others. The reason many conventional methods of investigations have failed is because they have assumed things about the data at hand. TRV never deals with assumptions, but always starts with a clean-blank slate. The process of TRV downloads direct knowledge, unbiased data onto that blank slate. The initial probe determines if the missing person (the target) is dead or alive and then begins to paint a picture with descriptions of the target's surrounding environment.  Click here to read more.

What Is That CD In Your Gen II TRV Kit? - by Dane Spotts
Enclosed with every Gen II Training System is a very powerful CD called "TRV Mind Prep." We haven't talked about it much because it is not a requirement for staying in TRV structure, however it can be a potent adjunct to a remote viewer's arsenal of mind tools. And when used before a session can substantially improve one's ability to grab-on to the target signal, as well as zap stress and improve other aspects of your life. So what is this mysterious audio technology, how does it work, and what impact can it have on your TRV sessions and your life?  Click here to find out.

The Chandra Levy Murder Mystery - by PSI TECH Staff
Almost one year ago, on July 11 of 2001, PSI TECH announced its preliminary report on the Chandra Levy case. The report stated that Ms. Levy was dead and that her death was not an accident. In this week's issue of The Signal Line, we will provide our readers with an overview of this project, how it was undertaken and show you sample data and sketches, including one of the perpetrator.  Click here for more.

PSI TECH Remote Viewer Solves Another Crime - by PSI TECH Staff
A few months ago, a collectible firearm was stolen from Kevin, a PSI TECH Generation II Training Course remote viewer. In this week's issue of The Signal Line, find out he used his TRV skills to retrieve the stolen gun.  Click here for more.

Bin Laden's "Poor Man's Nuke" Plan Averted in Chicago - by PSI TECH Staff
On October 6, 2001, PSI TECH issued a 911 project preliminary report. In that report, the TRV data indicated that "The Chicago area was singled as a near-term attack site." On October 15, 2001, PSI TECH issued a follow up report containing information on the potential of an attack involving a radiological "dirty nuke." Today, the U.S. government arrested an American citizen in Chicago accused of conspiring with al-Qaida terrorists to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty" bomb in this country.  Click here to read more.

Comics Corner:

Comics Page - by Wildfire
Bill's Bad Remote Viewing Day Click here to view.

Projects:

June 18, 2002: Bradley Girls Disappearance Final Report
Click here to read the report.

Legal Update:

PSI TECH Wins Court Victory
A decision was rendered on Tuesday related to a theft of PSI TECH's files and intellectual property which occurred in July of 2000. The perpetrator was found guilty of conversion and PSI TECH was awarded damages plus court costs. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks for the kind words and many supportive letters we have received over the past two years. The wheels of justice often turn slowly but the truth eventually surfaces.

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.

New PSI TECH Products:

PSI TECH's Generation II TRV Advanced Training System
We are proud to announce the availability of the highly anticipated TRV Advanced Training System. In this program, you'll build on the basic skills you learned in the basic Generation II course by applying advanced techniques to your Technical Remote Viewing targets. These techniques, or advanced tools, will enable you to identify and collect specific types of data in a more refined and detailed manner with closer target contact. more

TRV Special Applications Courses
This new series affords TRV trainees with the opportunity of focusing their TRV training on specific fields, careers, and subject matter that interest them. In addition to the Optimum Trajectories course, the Find Your Ideal Mate, the Winning at Gambling course, the Solving Murders & Abductions course and more are now available. Note: The TRV Advanced Training System is a prerequisite for these courses. more

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