Joseph W. McMoneagle
Joseph W. McMoneagle
Joe McMoneagle, internationally renowned as a master remote viewer and author of four books on remote viewing has 47 years of professional and scientific expertise in research and development within numerous multi-level technical intelligence collection systems and in the field of the paranormal and the social sciences. He was an R&D consultant to SRI-International and Science Applications International Corporation, Inc. where he participated in protocol design, statistical information collection, evaluations, thousands of remote viewing trials in support of both experimental research as well as active intelligence operations for what is now known as Project STARGATE.
Joe is co-owner of Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc., which provides support to multiple research facilities and corporations with a full range of collection applications using Anamolous Cognition (AC) in the production of original and cutting-edge information. He is a full time Research Associate with The Laboratories for Fundamental Research, Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, Palo Alto, California, where he has provided consulting support to research and development for 35+ years. As a result, Joe is well-versed with developmental theory, methods of application, and current training technologies for remote viewing and other research and development areas within the paranormal arena, as currently applied under strict laboratory controls and oversight.
Joe has also successfully demonstrated his abilities as a psychic and remote viewer under strict scientific control in various labs and on national television networks in six countries, to include: National Geographic, Discovery Channel, BBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Channel 4 England, and Nippon and Ashai TV in Japan.
Joe now shares his expertise by facilitating the Remote Viewing Program at The Monroe Institute, which trains participants to acquire and describe information seemingly separated from the “viewer” and his or her physical senses by distance, shielding, and/or time. It is Joe’s goal to insure that when participants leave the program, they will have a much deeper understanding for what remote viewing is, and a very large percentage of those attending will walk away knowing they had remote viewed under double-blind conditions and have tools to do so in the future.
Joe is a full member of The Parapsychological Association, a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans, a performing member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) and Screen Actors Guild (SAG), a full member of The Writers Guild of America – East (WGA-E), a member of The Authors Guild (AG). He is a Retired Chief Warrant Officer in the Regular Army of the United States of America. He now serves on the Board of Advisors for The Monroe Institute and the Anomalous Phenomena Research Center, New York, as well as a Board Member for the J. B. Rhine Research Center, Durham, North Carolina.