Remote Viewing in Fiction

PJ

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http://www.csgrahambooks.com/books.php

I had never heard of the books above until now. Anybody read them?
 

sonny5085

where are you from (the keep) "I am from you"
I went and bought the kindle version.. as soon as I finish the codex book which should be real quick.. I will expound about it ..
but I read one paragraph from the amazon site, and was hooked..
 

Kiara

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Hi PJ

Thanks for the books.... they look great.
And they are exactly the genre I like.

Because I do not live in the states... or use any type of credit card or online payment system I can not get a regular access to those books.
But I did a quick internet search a and fund them online for download... and now I can read them on my iphone 8)

I don't know if I can post the link here or not... for other non american readers.
Can I?
 

PJ

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Well I doubt the authors would be happy about it but there is not any official forum policy about not posting warez links here, so I guess you can.

I have not read the books so know nothing about them. I was just surprised that I hadn't heard of them before, since normally anything public in the Remote Viewing genre goes past me at some point.

The only fiction book specific to RV I think I've read before is the one by Billy Dee Williams (you know... Lando Calrissian from Star Wars? I'm dating myself I guess!): http://www.amazon.com/PSI-Net-Billy-Dee-Williams/dp/0312867662

PJ
 

sonny5085

where are you from (the keep) "I am from you"
Im not sure but I think Kindle has a shared book policy, as that you can share books that you have purchased with other kindle groups, I think that
is what I read somewhere, not sure.
 

Kiara

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The problem with science fiction, especially the old one is that they describe psychic abilities but then became confuse about what they are supose to be. Besides the term RV is relative new.

I've read several of these books over ther years. Now is my time to go to bed... but will tray tomorrow to remember the ones that refer abilities similar to RV and give you a list.

Regarding the links. I will give the links by pm at request, it's better that way.

Regarding the old science fiction, most of it is on the Gutenberg Project and is free and legal to share online.

PS: I've just remembered one. I think the abilitie described could be seen as viewing in to the future. And it's a really fun book :)

Talents, Incorporated by Murray Leinster

Here it is... 100% free and legal: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/23845
 

PJ

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Oh -- well there's no end of psi in books.

It's only RV in specific that is newer and not in much fiction.

Much of the sci-fi/fan I read all through my teenage years had psi.

Of course back then I really did think it was all fiction. ;D
 

Janine B

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It's great to find some RV-related fiction--they don't seem to be too thick on the ground. If anyone else knows of any, please feel free to list them. I've already ordered Billy Dee Williams' book and I have Ingo's. I think I have another one or two lying around as well.

I think some of our talented writers should get busy and write some! :)
 

Marv_Darley

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Just finished reading this Booker-prize shortlisted book and was surprised by a psi/remote viewing mention towards the end. Great book, quite bleak though.

http://www.amazon.com/Lighthouse-Alison-Moore-ebook/dp/B008PD6K8K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1393673964&sr=8-1&keywords=the+lighthouse
 
I have this book by Kay Hooper in my "queue" to read: http://tinyurl.com/lxf98nw . Someone who knows of my interest in remote viewing gave it to me. Supposedly Hooper has written a series of mystery/thrillers which involve a fictional unit of the FBI which uses psychics and mediums to investigate crimes. I will be curious to see how similar to remote viewing the techniques of these fictional psychic crime fighters are.
 

Kiara

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This a 100% free and legal book trilogy called: "Queens Own FBI"

1st book - Brain Twister by Randall Garrett and Laurence M. Janifer ------------ http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/22332

2nd book - The Impossibles by Randall Garrett and Laurence M. Janifer -------------------- http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/22338

3rd book - Supermind by Randall Garrett and Laurence M. Janifer -------------------------- http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2234


It's a little over the top, but extremely fun to read.
 
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