Cosmic Spoon - ramblings of a modern day psychic

Saturday, December 05, 2009

2009 lecture on CRV remote viewing at the Irish Ufo conference

From Paul O' Connor

I recently gave a lecture on CRV to the Irish UFO Conference, explaining where it came from, how it works, how it was and is being used, and how it can be used to view anomalous and esoteric phenomena, like aliens and UFO's, etc.

The person who recorded the conference is bringing it out on DVD and has just posted it onto YouTube.

Here's the link;

I want to acknowledge and thank Daz Smith for the use of his banner graphics and for some of the UFO session material he kindly shared with me. I also want to thank Lyn, and others, for the stories that they have shared with us

AND....for the record,
1. I do not benefit financially from the sale of the DVD.
2. I apologise in advance for any and all factual errors or misrepresentations.
It's hard to speak for 1.5 hours and keep your facts straight.
3. I welcome any/all suggested corrections to my personal email address

Happy Viewing,
Paul O'Connor MRIAI
19, Farmleigh Close, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, IRELAND
T: +353 (0)87 8149663
E: oconnor@...
Skype: paul_oconnor_ie
LinkedIn: pauloconnormriai

Remote viewing article in Irish Police force magazine

A fellow remote viewer and colleague Paul O' Connor has an article published in The September 2009 issue of 'Garda Review', the national magazine of the Irish police force, on the use of Controlled Remote Viewing by police forces in the US to help solve missing persons and cold cases.

To request a copy, please email Paul at

Friday, December 04, 2009

A casebook on remote viewing

Up-and-coming documentary filmmakers from The University of Texas at Austin will have a national audience for their work, thanks to a partnership between The University of Texas at Austin Documentary Center and The Documentary Channel®.

At the end of the spring 2010 semester, additional University of Texas at Austin student documentaries will be selected to be telecast on The Documentary Channel.

For further info.