Some Remote Viewing Archives: Pre 2000
(In loose date sequence)
The Viewer [VWR] Archives, Controlled Remote Viewing discussion Jan-97 to July-98. Also has a remote viewing discussion reference index of the leading folks in conversation (thanks to Skye Turell). Some selection of these were funneled into a book published by Daz Smith (Remote Viewing Dialogues).
The Psi [PSI] Archives, psychic and paranormal discussion 97-98. This was an offshoot of VWR for non-CRV talk.
The first 1000 posts from the STAR GATE remote viewing discussion list circa 1998 just after most of the VWR list membership dumped into it as I was 'retiring' for awhile. The segment I archived was rather pedantic and basically shows why its founder ran off into the night. Haven't got around to indexing the rest and once I realized how much moderation (read: wiping out all trace of everything in any serious debate) had occurred constantly over the years (an issue I feel strongly about) I lost interest entirely in further archiving. History's already revised enough in this field.
The allegedly original Controlled Remote Viewing Manual that I typed out, expanded the index and glossary, and posted publicly on Firedocs RV before I left the field for four years July 4, 1998. Ingo Swann won't even claim it, but this has been the basis of training for many psychic methods instructors selling CRV, TRV and other formats.
I used to have the CIA-released "Star Gate CIA FOIA Released Remote Viewing Program Documents" on the server, until a server change ate it. It was a mess anyway, I'm sure they arranged it that way on purpose. Tamra's for-sale collection at her blog Star Gate Interactive is a good deal given the work it required. By this time (2020 update) there's been some more released. Daz has that -- and some manually pieced together stuff from the old collection -- over at his site remoteviewed.com.
The old "PJ Gaenir's Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection" website was #1 in Yahoo for many years and was the first layman's RV website online (and the third online at all). The old site's worth trawling if you have time to kill, though I don't claim much that I said back then (before I de-mis-indoctrinated myself into a different point of view). See also the blog archives at right.
More Remote Viewing Archives
The Ten Thousand Roads Remote Viewing Discussion Forum (Archives: It is still open but not very active).. This is from TKR's founding in 1993 to the present. TKR has viewers of every stripe, and their conversations and debates and musing is, I think, a great reference for people new to the field, who I know are hungry for real talk from real viewers. I suspect it'll provide some historical insight into the state of the field at the time, as well.
Collected email list of Remote Viewing Oasis discussion (RV Oasis/pjrv) 2002-3. Each discussion thread in a single file. About 100 remote viewers talking about hands-on RV and the issues in the field at the time. I ran out of time so eventually closed it; I was working on opening TKR. I liked this archive as it is by topic and covered some very offbeat and even inflammatory topics difficult to talk about anywhere else without flamewars, mudwars and meltdowns.
Along with the Firedocs RV Collection there was a blog. Its contents got sort of side-archived into my personal "offbeat" blog called Red Cairo.
Psychical Research, Parapsychology, Psi Science, and other forms of inquiry into human perceptual ability
The Dojo Psi always links to The Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, because remote viewing (under RV or any other name) should always begin with a legitimate science protocol.
And the dojo links to #001 Remote Viewer Joseph McMoneagle, because he walks the talk, a long road and often alone, and he rocks.
The Dojo Psi is owned by Palyne Gaenir. Everything in the Dojo Psi is copyright to its original creator of course, and the rest and the collection to Palyne Gaenir 2002-present (and some materials dating back to 1995). All rights reserved. Contact Palyne. The Dojo Psi has a blog, as does TKR Remote Viewing.