his book is for three kinds of people:
1) Those who don’t know much about remote viewing and want an easy, informative–and accurate–introduction to it.
2) People who are involved in remote viewing already, but have friends or family that are skeptical of that involvement. This book is a non-nonsense, straightforward reassurance that remote viewing is not crazy–that it is a legitimate approach to the world of applied consciousness.
3) Individuals who are well-versed in many aspects of remote viewing, but may have some gaps in their knowledge they be unaware of and need filling in.
If you fit in any of those categories, this book is an inexpensive, yet rich source of factual, fascinating, and foundational insight into the world of remote viewing, remote perception, and extrasensory perception.