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Cedar Mountain Summit Outbounder

Paul H. Smith, PhD

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. At an agreed-upon time, the viewer homes in mentally on the beacon to find and perceive the target site. This isn’t done with telepathy. The “beacon” only serves as a marker to help the viewer find the target.

In the classic outbounder, when the viewer is done the beacon team returns and then together the team and the viewer return to the target site give the viewer immediate, in-person feedback. Outbounders are fun—and profound—remote viewing experiences.

Every IRVA remote viewing conference hosts an outbounder. But instead of a single remote viewer there is a whole roomful of them. It’s not possible to take the viewers to the target site. Instead, as feedback the beacon team brings back photos and videos of their visit there for the viewers to see. The viewers have a rewarding experience, but it is not as rich or profound as being able to go to the actual site for feedback.

Here at the Summit we will do it the old-fashioned way! We send a beacon out to mentally mark an exceptional RV target, and then Paul H. Smith will guide you in remote viewing it. But here’s where things will be different. We have arranged transportation to take all of us physically to the target site. You will then experience in real life what you perceived while the beacon team was actually there. You will have a much more powerful remote viewing experience by being there in person than when the feedback is only digital. Join us at the Summit for this wonderful, personal opportunity!

Order your ticket now, and become one of only 50 people allowed to attend the Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit.