with Paul H. Smith, PhD
This 4 week course from the Rhine Education Center may be taken as an adult education course or it may be applied towards a certificate program from the Rhine. It will consist of weekly class broadcasts on Wednesday evenings from 7:00pm - 8:30pm Eastern US Time, along with an interactive discussion forum where students can discuss class topics and intgeract with the course instructor.
If you cannot attend the live class broadcasts, you can watch the recordings of the classes when it is most convenient for you. Many successful students have attended courses by watching the class recordings.
This 4-week online introduction to remote viewing (RV) will discuss RV’s origins and history, scientific protocols, methodologies, applications, success stories and failures, explanatory theories, skeptical critiques, and much more, including brief instruction to the RV process and an opportunity to perform your own remote viewing session during the course of instruction. The controversy surrounding teaching of remote viewing will be discussed, and you will be introduced to the roles played in remote viewing by some of the most significant personalities in the field, including such luminaries as Ingo Swann, Hal Puthoff, Russell Targ, Joseph McMoneagle, Ed May, and others.
Instructor Paul H. Smith, Ph.D. was for seven years a member of Project Star Gate, the US government remote viewing program, working as an operational remote viewer, trainer, and the program’s official historian. He still actively teaches remote viewing in its various aspects, and is current president of IRVA, the International Remote Viewing Association.
When: Live broadcasts once a week or watch the class recordings at your convenience. February 17 - March 9; 7pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time.
Where: This is an ONLINE COURSE, so you can participate anywhere you have an internet connection.
Tuition: $69 ($59 for Rhine members or students enrolled in program at HCH or a degree program)