THE NEVADA REMOTE VIEWING GROUP USA
Dr. Angela Thompson Smith, Founder and Director
The school of remote viewing, now known as The Nevada Remote Viewing Group, NRVG, originated in Nevada in 1997 under the name of Inner Vision. Angela Thompson Smith had originally worked at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory (PEAR) in New Jersey and had recently graduated with a Ph.D. in Psychology from Saybrook Graduate School, California. Dr. Smith has since taught remote viewing around the world: Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, and Canada as well as in the USA.
Under the Inner Vision umbrella were various teaching, research, and consulting activities. The Inner Vision group continued until 2002 when the Nevada Remote Viewing Group (NRVG) was established. Actual work began with the Nevada Remote Viewing Group in 2003. The vision behind the NRVG was to form a teaching group that could eventually train remote viewers for consulting and operational work. The NRVG was one of the first civilian remote viewing groups to offer paid consulting work to remote viewers.
Today, the NRVG consists of taskers, viewers and analysts who carry out paid work as independent consultants for clients around the world. Students travel to Boulder City, Nevada, to train in remote viewing protocols such as CRV, ERV and related techniques. Dr. Smith also travels to teach students at other locations. In addition, the NRVG carries out humanitarian pro bono work such as missing people cases.
The long term goal of the NRVG is to construct a Remote Viewing Center which would house both a school and operations group. Currently the NRVG is reaching out internationally with the formation of the first UK branch at Loch Lomond, Scotland. Courses and consulting work continue to be carried out in Boulder City, Nevada.
Biography of Dr. Angela T. Smith
MISSION STATEMENT: The goals of the Catalyst website, Dr. Angela Thompson Smith and the Nevada Remote Viewing Group are: to encourage individuals to develop their remote viewing potential by providing quality education in a wide range of remote viewing methods and techniques; provide potential trainees and the public with lists of books, references, links, and other resources; to provide trainees and the public with the history of remote viewing and the key people in the field; and to enable trained individuals to participate in practical applications of remote viewing as part of the Nevada Remote Viewing Group.