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PROGRAM

PROGRAM

SHORT OVERVIEW

Remote viewing and consciousness walk hand-in-hand because remote viewing is a function of consciousness. In fact, Summit organizer Paul H. Smith often describes remote viewing as one form of applied consciousness. In large terms, the subject matter for his event is remote viewing and consciousness, together. Our more narrow concept for the 2022 Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit focuses on certain elements of remote viewing context along with features of remote viewing process that infrequently or, in some cases, never enjoy serious or detailed consideration in the greater remote viewing community. We desire to provide you with rich content of the highest quality from experts and experiencers who are in a position both to know what they are talking about and to pass that knowledge along.

This Summit won’t attempt an exhaustive treatment of these themes–obviously it would take weeks to give you that. Instead, we will offer a tightly curated buffet of select, juicy morsels that fit into the remote-viewing-and-consciousness tapestry. (The beauty of this selectivity is that it allows us to drill down on a narrower variety of relevant topics so as not to overload the experience for you, and yet leaves rich material available for future Summits.) The presenters you meet here and with whom you will interact are experts in domains of key interest to remote viewers, and some of them appear here in a remote viewing venue for the first time. We have purposely limited enrollment to a small, select group of attendees for the very reason that we want you to be able to enjoy the insights of and interact with these luminaries without having to compete ferociously for their attention, as so often happens in much larger conferences and meetings.

JUST ADDED
ONLINE REMOTE VIEWING INTRODUCTORY TUTORIAL

(free to those who are officially registered for the Cedar Mountain Summit)
Though we have plenty of people who are already remote-viewing proficient registered for the Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit, several have approached us who only have a slight knowledge of remote viewing and yet are eager to attend. We have decided it is possible to accommodate these people as well by offering them an introductory “crash course” before the Summit begins.

JEFFREY MISHLOVE, PHD
HYPERSPACE AND REMOTE VIEWING

We don’t know the mechanism as to how remote viewing works. But don’t let that sentence confuse you. That doesn’t necessarily mean “mechanism” in the sense of a gadget, a technical device, or even a natural law of physics.

PAUL H. SMITH, PHD
IF YOU ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY MUST REMOTE VIEW BIGFOOT…

How to responsibly engage in remote viewing anomaly targets – This presentation and workshop will educate you on the problems with, and the proper approaches to use in remote viewing anomaly targets when there is a good reason to do so.

LEO RUICKBIE, PHD  |  ERIC BARD  |  PAUL H. SMITH, PHD
ALIEN CONSCIOUSNESS

Insights about consciousness, remote viewing and other psi modalities will be cross-referenced with accounts of odd, consciousness-related examples from among the phenomena that occur at Skinwalker Ranch.

BILL RAY  |  Paul H. Smith, PHD
ADVANCED TASKING FOR REMOTE VIEWERS

This theoretical, practical and hands-on workshop will build on what you already know, to fill in the blanks, correct misunderstandings, and help you up your game.

JESSICA UTTS, PHD
MY YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY

In 1987, Professor Jessica Utts chose to spend a year living dangerously—though not in the way you might imagine. A widely respected statistical scientist, Jessica took a leave of absence from her professorship at the University of California at Davis to spend a year as a visiting scientist at SRI-International.

TOM MCNEAR 
IN TWO PLACES AT ONCE—OR HALF THERE AND HALF HERE?

Ingo Swann taught his students a very specific meaning of the term bilocation. In this never-before-presented-to-the-public experiential event, Tom McNear will discuss what Swann taught his students about the concept.

SUNDAY BANQUET ADDRESS
LIFE WITH INGO 

Ingo Swann is a household name in the remote viewing and consciousness communities. Not only did Ingo come up with the name “remote viewing,” he, along with Dr. Harold E. Puthoff invented the entire discipline. Without Ingo, remote viewing would not exist, nor would the fascinating history and the stories the people it involved lived through. Now, as a suitable coda to the Remote Viewing Summit Weekend, Tom McNear (who for a lengthy period probably spent more time with Ingo than did anyone but his family and closest friends) will tell us what it was like to spend hours and days and weeks with the Father of Remote Viewing. Ingo told writer Jim Schnabel that Tom was his true protégé. They went on trips together, they shared many a meal, and Tom was witness to the multitude of virtues, insights, strengths and…yes, quirks!…of this master of human consciousness. Tom became a close personal friend to Ingo and, as a result, can share with us many intimate insights, observations, and anecdotes of the time he shared with this flawed but transcendent soul.

JANA ROGGE
HOW ARE WE REALLY DOING AS REMOTE VIEWERS?

This year‘s Warcollier Award was won by Jana Rogge and her team with a research project that focuses on measuring the concrete hit accuracy of CRV sessions. Her project, if successful, will revolutionize the remote viewing world, and may finally be the key to validating RV as a legitimate practice in broader society.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON
CEDAR MOUNTAIN SUMMIT OUTBOUNDER

A remote viewing outbounder experiment is simple. A “beacon” person or team goes to an undisclosed target location (or “site”) while the remote viewer stays behind. Here at the Summit we will do it the old-fashioned way! You will have a much more powerful remote viewing experience.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON
BRAINSTORM!

It’s often said that five average people can often out-think one smart person. But what if we have a whole room full of smart people doing the thinking? Here’s your chance to find out! 

SATURDAY EVENING
AUTHENTIC WESTERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN BARBECUE & MOUNTAINTOP SOUND

The Saturday evening of the Summit is reserved for a delicious regional dinner—you will be served an authentic Western Rocky Mountain barbecue, sourced from local open-range herds (but don’t worry—there will be vegetarian options as well!). Accompanying your feast will be live music provided by Mountaintop Sound, a popular Americana band with local roots performing acoustic music perfectly in harmony with the crisp mountain air that surrounds the Summit venue.

SUNDAY MORNING
PAROWAN GAP FIELD TRIP

From antiquity, Sunday has been regarded as the first day of the week. We will recognize the special nature of the week’s First Day by convening at the Parowan Gap Native American rock art preservation area on Sunday morning, to breathe in the odor of fresh sage, revel in the breathtaking contrasts of sun and rock and sky, marvel at the densely rich ancient rock carvings where redtail hawks and pergrine falcons perch.

AUDIENCE CHALLENGE

We want the Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit to be unique among all the other conference-type events you may have attended. Particularly, we want attendees to feel that they are active contributors to the Summit program (without being put on the spot, of course!). To do that, one of the things we’re planning is to turn the tables on you who are attending!