One of the U.S. Military's Controlled Remote Viewers from 1984 through 1992. He now is the Executive Director of Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I).
Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan is the Executive Director of Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I) which started as a small data analysis company in the Washington, D.C. area in 1992 after Lyn’s retirement from the military. Lyn Buchanan was brought into the military remote viewing unit in 1984 and remained there on special assignment for the rest of his military career.
In late 1995, when the US government declassified their Remote Viewing project, information became public about Lyn’s prior involvement with that project as one of the unit’s Remote Viewers, Database Manager, Property Book Officer and as one of the unit’s Trainers. Public demands for training and applications became great, and P>S>I moved into the remote viewing field full time, bringing with it Lyn’s extensive databasing capabilities. At the present time, P>S>I possesses the most complete body of data on the applications of remote viewing in real-world applications.
As a young man, Lyn had been a military computer expert for the Nike Ajax/Nike Hercules guided missile systems. He had a 12-year break in service, during which he gained a BA in Psychology, a BA in Linguistics, and an MA in Linguistic Psychology. He then taught foreign languages in East Texas. Re-entering the service in 1974, he became a military linguist, specializing in German, Russian, and Spanish.
Lyn has a personal drive to take this technology completely out of the “spooky” realm and find the scientific and technological causes behind it. To this end, he maintains a strict database on all operations in order to conduct as much research as possible. Adding his computer skills to the CRV process, Lyn has developed techniques for enhancing the results of organized CRV efforts, as well as techniques for identifying, categorizing and predicting viewer error rates. He has developed and maintains a database which tracks a trained viewer’s individual strengths and weaknesses.
In addition to providing standard computer systems-oriented data analysis and programming services, he also provides remote viewing services and training to both individuals and organizations. He also performs a free public service to police and other public-funded investigative organizations and agencies.
Lyn has written about his experiences and what he learned about the human mind in a book entitled “The Seventh Sense”.