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A confirmatory remote viewing experiment in a group setting

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2 Author(s)
Hastings, A.C. ; Parapsychology Research Group, Inc., Stanford, CA ; Hurt, D.B.

A remote viewing experiment was conducted with a group of 36 persons who successfully identified, without apparent sensory communication, a target location chosen randomly and visited by two observers (p = 6 × 10-7). Success is partly attributed to procedures designed to facilitate remote viewing abilities: asking participants to give themselves permission to have the ability, forming the group into two-person teams of viewer and coach, discussing resistances, and giving instructions on generating mental imagery and impressions.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:64 ,  Issue: 10 )