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What the Hobart Remote Viewing group is about

The Hobart Remote Viewing group has been set up to explore the remote viewing protocol and help to bring it to bare on real-world problems.

Remote viewing is one of the most successful and yet under utlised protocols to come out of psi research in the last few decades. The protocols are clear and well set out. They can easily be followed by anyone with the inclination to do so.

The Hobart Remote Viewing meetup group has been set up to create a community that can take steps towards figuring out how we can contribute to the scientific understanding of it, but also to help start to working out how it can be used more effectively in situations where it could be employed, but currently isn't.

What we'll do

During the meet ups, we'll share what we know about remote viewing, read and learn about current scientific developments in remote viewing and also make attempts to undertake remote viewing sessions. We'll keep track of our attempts and use this to learn more about it.

Who should join?

Anyone who is interested in exploring the possibilities and application of remote viewing.

You should bring along a sense of fun and curiousity and be open minded to the possibility that remote viewing is a protocol that can be used effectively.

Please note some people think that you have to be 'psychic' or to have had a 'psychic' experience to join a remote viewing group. However, this is not the case as there are various roles in the protocol for people who do not have any natural ability in this regard.

Plus there are plenty of people who may be able to undertake remote viewing successfully who don't even know they can. For instance, current research indicates that people who have synesthesia and/or are visually oriented are more likely to be able to remote view well.

Why you should join?

Join the group if you want to have fun exploring using the remote viewing protocols and meet with others so that we learn more about it together.

More information

For more information about remote viewing and the group, see the 'FAQ about RV' resources on the page:

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Recent Meetups

  • 22 November · 5:30 PM

    RV geographic / archeological features

    2 Explorers of remote viewing

    Hi All, This session we'll continue with the geographical / archeological feature theme. Newbies very welcome. Get in touch if you have any questions: [masked] or[masked... Learn more

  • 8 November · 5:30 PM

    Remote Viewing session with archeology targets

    2 Explorers of remote viewing

    Last session went well with one significant hit. This session we'll undertake a remote vieing session using latitude and longitude coordinates. These relate to a... Learn more

  • 25 October · 5:30 PM

    RV - objects

    3 Explorers of remote viewing

    Last session we decided to try another 'bring an object' to the session remote viewing. Newbies welcome. If you can't think of an object to bring, that's fine, just turn... Learn more

  • 11 October · 5:30 PM

    Remote view - archeology object

    2 Explorers of remote viewing

    During this session we will remote view a couple of archeological objects. Newbies welcome! If you have any questions, get in touch via meet up or email: [masked] or... Learn more

  • 27 September · 5:30 PM

    Remote Viewing Session with objects

    2 Explorers of remote viewing

    All welcome! This session we'll be doing a remote viewing session with 5 objects and can also discuss some of the RV literature which outlines best practice protocols.... Learn more

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