The International Remote Viewing Association

The International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) was organized March 18, 1999, by selected scientists and practitioners meeting in Alamogordo, New Mexico in conjunction with the first professional conference on Remote Viewing in Ruiduso, New Mexico.

The concluded objective was to create an organization that would provide a mechanism for evaluating the discipline called “remote viewing”, encourage scientifically sound research, propose ethical standards and provide overview educational information to the remote viewing community and general public.

IRVA’s primary goal is to provide an unbiased approach relative to information, training, research and education regarding Remote Viewing.

One of IRVA’s major tasks is to maintain a credible and responsible Remote-Viewing focused internet site which presents:

Currently they teach remote viewing classes taught by Midnight.FM Producer Michelle Freed.  

Register here:

https://www.irva.org/events/registration

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