Controlled Remote Viewing

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About P>S>I

Problems>Solutions>Innovations was formed by Lyn Buchanan, former trainer and remote viewer for the U.S. government's remote viewing (also known as the "psychic spying") unit. The unit used a science called "Controlled Remote Viewing". It was developed through laboratory research over decades of time by researchers at Stanford Research Institute, Intl., and honed in practice by the U.S. government's "Stargate" project, collecting real-time intelligence for U.S. government intelligence-gathering agencies.

Lyn retired from military service in 1992 and continued training select people within the government who knew about the program and its capabilities. In December, 1995 the CIA "effectively" declassified the government's remote viewing program and people learned of Lyn's role in it.

At that time, the public began wanting the same training but the information available to them about remote viewing was almost completely provided by "self-styled experts" and crackpots who came up with internet websites, selling self-devised stuff under the guise of "the real remote viewing". As a result, the term, "remote viewing" has gained a rather suspect reputation, and is today basically the equivalent to the word "psychic" carrying with it all the baggage that the paranormal field has borne all along.

From that time until now, however, Problems>Solutions>Innovations has continued to train people in the strict science of "Controlled Remote Viewing", and has offered Controlled Remote Viewing services to private citizens, companies, agencies, and other customers who need information which cannot be gained through any other means.