Learn from the experts how to integrate precognition into your life for better health and wealth during two workshops offered June 22-25 in New Orleans by the Applied Precognition Project (APP).
“Remote viewing is perhaps the most scientifically studied psychic skill,” said physicist and veteran remote viewing instructor Marty Rosenblatt, one of the sponsoring APP partners. “This year’s conference focuses on ‘Living Precognition: Creating Your Future.’”
Introductory workshop June 22
Held at the Hyatt French Quarter, both workshops offer a fun and casual learning environment. On June 22, Joseph McMoneagle and Debra Lynne Katz will help newcomers learn how to use remote viewing and other precognition techniques during the introductory workshop.
McMoneagle–one of the original Intelligence Officers of the now-declassified Stargate project–played a key role in developing and applying our natural psychic ability into a protocol called remote viewing, Rosenblatt said. Used by U.S. Army Intelligence during the Cold War, remote viewing was once shrouded in secrecy.
Psi-Spy McMoneagle earned the coveted Legion of Merit from the United States Armed Forces for providing “…critical intelligence reported at the highest echelons of our military and government…producing crucial and vital intelligence unavailable from any other source.”
Katz is a professional clairvoyant, a remote viewer, an internationally renowned speaker, and author of three popular books on psychic techniques and manifestation. She is the founder and director of the International School of Clairvoyance.
“No experience is needed to attend this one-day workshop,” Rosenblatt said. “All you need is a willing attitude and an open mind.” It will serve as a prerequisite for the June 23-25 advanced workshop.
Advanced workshop June 23-25
This year, Dr. Joe Gallenberger and Dr. Ed May will join lead trainers McMoneagle and Rosenblatt. Gallenberger is a clinical psychologist with more than 30 years’ experience as a therapist and has a great interest in the universal principles of manifestation. In 1995, he began exploring psychokinesis, the ability to influence matter through nonphysical means. In addition to teaching his own consciousness-expanding programs, he’s a senior trainer at the Monroe Institute.
Ed May was the Director of the Stanford Research Institute for over a decade and instrumental in securing funding for the Stargate remote viewing military programs. He also ran the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory and now runs the Laboratories for Fundamental Research. Ed will discuss his physics-based model of precognition, in plain English.
Wagering and webinars
Workshop participants will use the Associative Remote Viewing protocol to predict the outcome of Up/Down price movements on the S&P500 and FOREX (FOReign EXchange). A group consensus will be shared with all. Last year’s conference participants used the group’s three predictions to make winning bets on baseball games. Past performance is no guarantee of future profits.
Each day will feature two stock predictions and two webinar presentations; the webinars will also be offered online for those unable to attend the New Orleans workshop. Dean Radin, Ph.D., will join McMoneagle, Gallenberger, and Rosenblatt as the featured webinar presenters. Radin–Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Psychology at Sonoma State University–is the author of many popular books, including Conscious Universe and Entangled Minds. His presentation is entitled “Precognition and Your Health.”
Registration and APP membership
To register and for more information, go to http://appliedprecog.com. Pay by April 30 to get a $50 discount off the workshop, and $25 off the webinars. Early registration prices are $440 (four days, including the introductory class), $345 (three-day advanced workshop), and $100 for webinar-only participants. The workshops have limited space, so be sure to sign-up early to reserve your seat at the discounted price.
While Applied Precognition Project membership is free, $50 full membership benefits include conference discounts, access to 2013 and 2014 conference recordings, access to ongoing predictions from other groups for personal wagering (if participating as an active member), and access to special wagering projects.
Hotel reservations at the Hyatt French Quarter must be made separately by attendees and are not included in the conference registration fee. Call 504-586-0800 and tell them you are with the “APP ANNUAL MEETING” or click here for online registration. Rooms at special conference rates are still available for $129 with a king bed and $149 with double beds.