Remote Viewing Talk in Boise

Posted by on January 16, 2015

We are a diverse group with Remote Viewers spread out across the US. We work together and also do our own thing. So if you happen to be in Boise Idaho and want to hear a talk on Remote Viewing with a bit of instruction to boot, go check out Mark Murdock at the Boise Public Library.

Mark is a long time passionate Remote Viewer having received training shortly after the protocol became declassified. He has some, shall we say, "interesting" stories having been in the field for a long time. On top of that, Mark has trained hundreds of people in the Remote Viewing protocol. Skilled, intelligent, funny (he used to be a stand-up comedian!) and an amazing Remote Viewer. If you're in the area, don't miss this! Details below -


Learn more about an amazing, natural ability that you possess—to access and describe any and all things in space and time, from the depths of your soul to the far reaches of the universe. All without ever leaving your chair!


WHERE: Boise Main Library. 715 S. Capitol Blvd., Boise, ID 83702

ROOM: Marion Bingham Room, 3rd floor of the Main Library

WHEN: Thursday, February 26, 2015

TIME: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

WHO: Adults (18 and over) only, please. Class size is limited so arrive early/on time.

FEE: None

INSTRUCTOR: Mark Murdock -  mark (at)

What is Remote Viewing?

Briefly, Remote Viewing (RV) is a practice originally developed at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and used by the U.S. Military’s Stargate program (now declassified) to essentially train “psychic” spies.

Who is Mark Murdock?

Mark Murdock is a Boise-based RV researcher and writer who was civilian-trained in RV in 1998 and has viewed professionally and for fun ever since.

What is this talk about?

This presentation is designed to introduce people to Remote Viewing—what it is and what it’s not, including clarifying some common misperceptions. You will learn what the practice involves, see some examples of RV work and hear how profoundly life-changing its daily practice can be.

Will I learn how to Remote View in this class?

Only the raw basics, but you will be able to express your interest in an upcoming weekend training class Mark is putting together for the spring of 2015.

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  1. mscir
    March 18, 2015

    Do any of you live anywhere near Santa Cruz, Ca? I’d love to get into a regular discussion group / practice group with like minded people in this area. I can do web site/blog/graphics work to support causes like this, gratis of course.

    • righthemi
      May 16, 2015

      Bay area and we travel around Ca to investigate. At some point soon I will be teaching a class in Santa Cruz.

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