Third Eye Spies: Learn Remote Viewing from the Masters (Paperback)
“Russell Targ’s Third Eye Spies is a masterwork in the history and practice of remote viewing.” —Dean Radin, MS, PhD, chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and author of Real Magic and other books
Explore the evidence of psychic powers and learn the skills of remote viewing from the masters for yourself.
Russell Targ has been successfully teaching people how to tap into their psychic abilities for more than fifty years. This began in 1972 when he cofounded a CIA-sponsored ESP research program at Stanford Research Institute. The program yielded such incredible results as the description of a secret Russian weapons factory in Siberia and the location of several kidnapped US officials, including the ambassador to Iran. The founders also trained six Army intelligence officers to create an Army psychic corps that became known as Stargate.
Third Eye Spies will introduce you to the most successful and gifted remote viewers in the world along with the evidence of their psychic abilities. Remote viewing is the opportunity to describe and experience objects and events in the distance, the past, and the future.
Targ shares the simple techniques masters of remote viewing use to expand the mind’s eye beyond one’s physical location. With Third Eye Spies, you will be able to step beyond the boundaries of your physical body and learn to live with psychic abilities.
About the Author
Russell Targ is a physicist and author, a pioneer in the development of the laser, and cofounder of the Stanford Research Institute’s investigation into psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s. Targ has received two National Aeronautics and Space Administration awards for inventions and contributions in lasers and laser communications and has published over one hundred scientific papers on lasers, plasma physics, and ESP research.
“Russell Targ’s Third Eye Spies is a masterwork in the history and practice of remote viewing. I can sympathize with those who find it difficult to believe that our awareness can transcend the everyday limits of space and time. It sounds like a fantasy. But having known and worked directly with many of the people mentioned in this book, I know firsthand that what Targ describes in this book is both true and accurate. I recommend Third Eye Spies to anyone interested in learning about the modern rediscovery of a fascinating human ability.”—Dean Radin, MS, PhD, chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and author of Real Magic and other books
“Third Eye Spies was written by Russell Targ who is a gem and a noted expert in exploring expanding levels of consciousness. In this fascinating book, he shares with readers how some of the most gifted remote viewers of our time use their intuition. I love the photos and diagrams of how remote viewing works, so readers can get a hands-on feel for ways to use it in their own lives. Highly recommended for everyone who wants to develop their intuitive gifts.” —Judith Orloff, MD, psychiatrist and New York Times bestselling author of Second Sight
“Russell provides friendly and—more importantly—easy guidance for people who have never tried remote viewing before and want to take their first steps.” —Paul H. Smith, PhD (Major, US Army, ret.)
“Russell Targ is one of the small group who successfully demonstrated remote viewing and is one of its masters. If you are interested in remote viewing, you should pay close attention to anything he has to say on the subject.” —Stephan A. Schwartz, author of Opening to the Infinite
“Remote viewing has been the most exciting development in parapsychology in my own and my colleagues’ work in the last fifty years. It’s not just intellectually exciting, it has often been a practical application of ESP helping real intelligence agencies like the CIA gather information that wasn’t available otherwise. When people ask me where to go for accurate, serious, and fascinating reading about remote viewing, Russell Targ’s books, such as Third Eye Spies, are always at the top of my recommendations list.” —Charles Tart, professor, University of California, Davis and author of States of Consciousness and Open Mind, Discriminating Mind
“Using simple language and just enough facts and stories so the reader knows this is the real deal, Russell tells the story of how he found the path to his destiny despite not being able to see the yellow brick road under his feet! But Russell also talks of time and casualty, using the clear language of laser physics which he pursued for thirty years. As Russell says there is no separation between out of body experiences and remote viewing, just a long hallway of possibilities, ready and waiting for someone to try it out. Russell’s book gives me a picture of how to do it.” —David Gladstone, San Francisco historian