David Silverstein has had a life-long appreciation of all things psi. He is a highly talented, long-time remote viewer and professional clairvoyant working with individuals and business people on all matters.
Lyn Buchanan was one of the U.S. Military’s Controlled Remote Viewers from 1984 through 1992. During that time he worked as a viewer and as a Database Manager, Training Officer, and Property Book Officer. Upon retirement, he worked as a computer systems analyst at the Defense Intelligence Agency. He then began his own computer data analysis company called Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I).
Michael Nolivos has been a professional software developer and digital product developer for over 13 years and is now fully immersed in applications using AI as tools to enhance productivity. He has studied controlled remote viewing and is extremely passionate and involved in applying AI towards remote viewing.
Co-Director of Research Division with the Monroe Institute Nancy’s research includes the underlying phenomenological processes of DMILS, and the continued study of body mapping the psi-anomalous experiences. I have developed the BMi-4psi which is in the validation process.
Jon Knowles has been active in the remote viewing community as a viewer, analyst, project manager and admin person for over 23 years. Jon has written numerous articles for Eight Martinis magazine, and is the author of two books about remote viewing.
Director of Innovation with the Monroe Institute With over 4 decades of research and development of audio enhanced meditation applications.
Nancy Smith is the director of Sublime Remote Viewing Group, a group of operational remote viewers who work to find missing persons, solve crimes, solve mysteries, and produce associative remote viewing projects. She is an accredited Monroe Outreach Trainer and former IRVA Board member.
Ross Dunseath, Ph.D., Director of the Research Division with the Monroe Institute Ross has several decades of experience in neuro-physiological research and consciousness studies.
Jana Rogge is a German remote viewer, author, RV researcher and graphic designer. She is the current Editor of the Aperture magazine (IRVA) and the New Thinking Allowed Magazine. Jana runs several projects in the RV field, such as the PSI.vision Institute, and recently co-founded a publishing house focused on publications in the parapsychology and edge science domain.
A retired Major in the United States Army, Paul was a seven-year veteran of the military remote viewing program, and author of the remote-viewing program’s Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) Training Manual. The longest serving Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) teacher active today, he is president of RVIS, Inc. in Cedar City, Utah.