Joe McMoneagle is familiar to The Monroe Institute's Gateway Voyage® grads for his provocative evening talks. To the world he's known as one of the U.S. Army's premier remote viewers. In fact, back in the 1970s when Skip Atwater headed up the Stargate Project it was he who recruited Joe.
Skip, former president of The Monroe Institute, and Joe sat down together in December of 2012. They discussed their shared history, their views on TMI, and the future of the Remote Viewing Practicum. This is one conversation not to be missed.
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