Jon Knowles has been active in the remote viewing community as a viewer, analyst, project manager and admin person for over 23 years.
Jon Knowles has been active in the remote viewing community as a viewer, analyst, project manager and admin person for over 23 years. He has studied UFOs and their connection to remote viewing for decades, including developments in the United States and Russia. He has been a viewer, project manager and Training Coordinator for TransDimensional Systems (1999–2003), an administrator, project manager and viewer in the Aurora Remote Viewing Group (2005–2009), and was a group manager, viewer and Membership Coordinator in the Applied Precognition Project (2010–2016). Jon has written numerous articles for Eight Martinis magazine, including “What Was That Thing in the Sky Over Oakland, California in November 1896?”, Eight Martinis, #7 (May 2012). Jon is the author of two books: Remote Viewing from the Ground Up (2017) and Associative Remote Viewing: The Art and Science of Predicting Outcomes for Sports, Politics, Finances & the Lottery (2021, with Debra Lynne Katz). He presented twice at the 2022 IRVA Conference: “The Nature of Numbers and their Application in the Lottery” and “Alphabetics – Significant Developments Past and Present”. Jon has a B.A. in philosophy from Harvard University (1960) and an M.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of California, Berkeley (1966).