Jana Rogge is a German remote viewer, author, RV researcher and graphic designer.
Jana currently serves as a Senior Advisor to MK Advisors. In her role, she is leading an R&D effort for multi-phase, long-term studies on remote viewing and ESP applications and technology development, helping to leverage the organization’s projects.
Jana Rogge is the current Editor of the Aperture magazine, published by the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) and Editor of the New Thinking Allowed Magazine. Jana runs several projects in the remote viewing field, such as PSI unit, the PSI.vision Institute and local work groups. She trained CRV and TRV remote viewing with several teachers, including David Morehouse, Gunther Rattay, Manfred Jelinski and Paul H. Smith.
Jana started as an artist, then studied visual communication in Weimar, Germany, and graduated with a diplom degree in graphic design. She manages a communications and design agency and two publishing houses. For many years she held a teaching position at the Bauhaus University, Weimar, teaching the fundamentals of visual design and perception theory. Her publishing house Origin Scientific is currently building a series of scientific and historical publications on remote viewing. She authored and published From Star Gate to Today—CRV After 3 Decades, the German translation of Paul Smith’s book, Essential Guide: Grundlagen des Remote Viewing and the English-language compendium The Foundations of Controlled Remote Viewing by Paul H. Smith and Tom McNear.
Together with Paul H. Smith, Jana Rogge has made a start on laying the foundation in Germany for a responsibly conducted CRV training program under the auspices of RVIS, Inc.