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Remote Viewing and Stage 7 Phonetics

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I’m looking forward to the 2021 International Remote Viewing Conference this year. Last year’s IRVA conference was virtual, which was a great success, I do hope they continue to offer virtual options for those unable to attend in person. Nothing beats in person discussions, meetings and training, however technology has progressed to the point where virtual or online options are a viable and sometimes preferred delivery format for many things. One of the key talks this year will be Mr. Thomas McNear’s presentation on remote viewing stage 7 phonetics.

Mr. McNear is the only military remote viewer trained by Ingo Swann in all of the six stages of CRV methodology. In his later training Mr. McNear experienced the production of “phonetic” data related to target sites and is instrumental in digging in to how/what this stage of remote viewing may be experienced. This is going to be an incredible talk and I’m happy to see the RV community continuing to move things forward.

Over the years, I’ve used my own form of stage 7 phonetics, one that is largely credited to the work of HRVG and Mr. Dick Allgire. I’ve adapted those concepts to a technique that, for me, resembles and fits in to a classic CRV type of format. This is something I began working with back in 2004 and 2005 and has resulted phonetic data, such as “cauuey”, when I was tasked on the “most important information needed to resolve this case” and found myself describing a male life form during a high profile missing persons case. Again, small bits of information can sometimes produce massive results.

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I use phonetics in remote viewing similar to how I use them in life. I think we’ve all had those times where we cannot remember a name of something, but it’s on the tip of our tongues. We’ve all formulated different ways to try and recall that information. What I do is proceed to go through each vowel, “a..e..i..o..u..y” and then attach consonants to each to formulate phonetic sounds. “Baa..cah..da…dooo…faa…fe…da…de..der..”. I’ll cycle through this with consonants in front and behind vowels, going with what feels close and at some point usually I’ll experience a eureka moment of, “Derrick!”. Remote viewing is not specifically memory recall per se, however the phonetic experience seems similar to when your body gives you a “that’s the name!” felling, or that feeling of “That’s it!”. I dunno. I use this process as a sort of vowel, guttural process to recall information that may exist in prior remote viewing site cognitron data, or possibly name or name idea related ideas attached to the site. In a way it may be somewhat related to extracting data similar Stage 5 interrogation.

Formatting I approach it like this. I number write “S7” at the top of the page, number the page and create a header horizontally with “A E I O U Y”. I then proceed similar to a S4 or S6 matrix of probing under “A” as I produce phonetic utterances based on that vowel sound or if a word instantly comes in to mind. Keeping the mind’s tendency to create is is difficult. I also do phonetic riffing. This is where I attach consonants in front or behind vowels in a strong as move across the S7 vowel matrix. Below is an example taken from the session data mentioned above:

Stage 7 data I believe can come in other stages too, I believe. Below is an example from a different session where the target contained the name “table”. In stage 6 where I began to focus on potential tangibles for detailed rendering, I noted the idea “Table”, but it was odd – it didn’t feel like a tangible, so I moved and declared it as AOL data. Next, I then perceived the idea of “Table” again, but as an idea of a word, so I declared the data as “S7 – “Table”. The idea of a word is odd too, because I cannot describe this very well. It is different than perceiving the idea of a sensory, tangible or other type of data, I’ll sometimes perceive this with quotations, exactly as I write it – “Table”.


The mind is an amazing tool, remote viewing an incredible tool in the tool box. Look forward to seeing everyone at IRVA 2021 !

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