Radin will join remote viewing pioneers and superstars Joseph McMoneagle, F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater and James Spottiswoode as the featured webinar speakers.
“For a limited time, the webinar-only package is $70,” said physicist and veteran remote viewing instructor Marty Rosenblatt, one of the sponsoring APP partners. “This is a ridiculously low price, but the Applied Precognition Project wants to educate people about the reality of precognition.”
McMoneagle, Atwater and Spottiswoode played key roles in developing our natural psychic ability into a protocol called remote viewing and applying it. Used by U.S. Army Intelligence during the Cold War, remote viewing was once shrouded in secrecy under the now-declassified STAR GATE project. All three continue to advance the remote viewing protocol to this day.
The webinars include:
Dean Radin - "Was Buddha just a nice guy?"
Joe McMoneagle - "Getting Better at Precognition"
Skip Atwater - "Nonlocal Empathy"
James Spottiswoode - "Precognition and Physical Factors"
Tom Atwater - "APP Database - Status and Results"
Marty Rosenblatt - "80% Long-term ARV Hit Rates: Viewers, Judges and Group Managers."
To register for the webinar-only package and to learn more about the APP’s Las Vegas workshops for newcomers and advanced viewers, go to http://appliedprecog.com. Don’t delay -- the early-bird price for the webinar package increases to $125 on April 1.