Introduction to Remote Viewing

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Date(s) - October 2, 2024
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

WitchLab Events


Introduction to Remote Viewing
Wednesday, October 2, 2024, 7:30pm-9:00pm (ET)

Learn the basics of remote viewing and join an experimental session that challenges the limits of your consciousness.

Remote viewing is an experimental form of ESP that emerged in the late 1960s, in which a suitably trained person attempts to visualize the topography of a distant scene in a meditative state. In this short introduction, participants will explore how to access and develop this unique ability in a focused, practical manner. No prior experience is necessary.

Outbounder Event (Date TBD): In a traditional outbounder experiment, a remote viewer stays put while a “beacon” person (or team) travels to an undisclosed target site. The viewer mentally focuses on the beacon to locate and describe the target at the predetermined moment. Then the viewer and team visit the destination site for direct, in-person feedback when the viewer is finished. This class is a rare opportunity to participate in such an experiment. Attendance at the October “Introduction to Remote Viewing” class is recommended but not required.

In person at:
WitchLab Events
1187 W. Broad St
Columbus, OH 43222

You may purchase your tickets here.

About This Series
Explore the fascinating field of parapsychology with our monthly series, which Annalisa Ventola, a well-known educator, researcher, and founder of Public Parapsychology, will be guiding. Each month, we’ll explore a different facet of this intriguing subject area, from the foundations of psychic phenomena to the cutting-edge of consciousness research. Discover how these insights can expand our understanding of the universe and offer practical applications in our daily lives.

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