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Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc. is a small company dedicated to the responsible promotion and commercialization of the novel psi-based skill known as remote viewing, or RV. RVIS, Inc.'s president and primary instructor is Paul H. Smith, who brings to the business extensive experience in remote viewing applications and training, from the early 1980s up to the present. On this board we will post periodic notices about updates to our website, lectures and presentations by Paul H. Smith, and other items of interest to the community.

RVIS, Inc. has four specific missions. Our first priority is for-profit training of individuals and small groups in controlled remote viewing (CRV) skills and techniques, since that is what makes our other missions possible.

A second, and equally important mission is public education. We feel that the implications of remote viewing are extremely far-reaching and important, and that the field is often misrepresented to the public. Our web site is intended to provide a repository of lucid, factual information to enhance public perceptions and understanding of what remote viewing is, as well what it can and cannot do. As such, the webpage is far from complete -- and in fact, will probably never be complete, as new material will continue to be added as it becomes available. In addition, as opportunity and resources permit we offer lectures and presentations on remote viewing topics to schools, clubs, and other non-profit organizations, and are happy to provide interviews, advice, and materials for the preparation of documentaries and other publicly-broadcast news-oriented programs.

A third important mission is to provide humanitarian support in situations involving missing persons, crime-solving, etc. Because of limited resources and the huge volume of such cases, we can only select a few of the most worthy and "do-able" of them (while RV can theoretically "do anything," there are a number of practical constraints that limit the kinds of situations in which it can be effectively used).

Finally, we feature a for-profit commercial remote viewing service offering its capabilities to industry. Some of the same limitation on remote viewing that affect humanitarian cases also affect commercial uses. Nonetheless, when performed properly remote viewing can be a "force multiplier" for competitive intelligence and other applications in the business environment.

To inquire about available remote viewing courses, lectures and presentations, or to discuss commercial/business applications and services please contact us at http://rviewer.com.
 
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