By Lyn Buchanan. Perhaps the most intense military work we did was for Desert Storm. There was hardly a move made by Saddam Hussein and his troops that we had not predicted and passed up the chain of command the day before it happened. My major tasking throughout the war was to access Hussein and learn of his plans and intentions for the coming day. In the daily process of accessing him, I learned one thing very quickly. He is not what I would call a bad man.
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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Military by Lyn Buchanan. For the past thirty years, the United States government has secretly trained a select corps of military personnel in the art of "remote viewing" -- the psychic ability to perceive the thoughts and experiences of others through the power of the human mind Now, for the first time, Lyn Buchanan -- a world-renowned expert on remote viewing and its potential -- tells the c For the past thirty years, the United States government has secretly trained a select corps of military personnel in the art of "remote viewing" -- the psychic ability to perceive the thoughts and experiences of others through the power of the human mind Now, for the first time, Lyn Buchanan -- a world-renowned expert on remote viewing and its potential -- tells the complete, candid story of his experiences.
Assigned for nearly a decade to a clandestine U. Army intelligence group, Buchanan trained military personnel who utilized their inherent psychic abilities as a data-collection tool during the Iran hostage crisis, the Chernobyl disaster, and the Gulf War. In this incredible account, Buchanan tells how he was selected for his unique psychic abilities, and how he was transformed from an ordinary soldier into one of our nation's leading psychic spies.
Working on top-secret government and military projects using "mental espionage" created permanent, life-altering changes within Buchanan. Now, after many years of analysis and interpretation, he reveals the techniques and mental exercises used to train remote viewers, and demonstrates that each of us carries a dormant psychic ability that we can explore and use ourselves.
For anyone interested in a hard, scientific look at the reality of psychic covert operations in the world today, or anyone who has ever wondered if he or she could have the inherent skills to become a remote viewer, this fascinating chronicle of life as a psychic spy will reveal the answers.
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To ask other readers questions about The Seventh Sense , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 29, Heidi The Reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: near-death-experiences , favorites , non-fiction , remote-viewing , out-of-body-experiences.
This book was more enjoyable than Morehouse's Psychic Warrior and also more informative on the science of controlled remote viewing. I was amazed by Buchanan's work stories.
I was chilled by his descriptions of following people through death into the afterlife and what happened to some of them. Mainly, this book makes me want to read a lot more about the topic. Beyond the entertainment value, this book is valuable for the vocabulary it teaches, the exercises i This book was more enjoyable than Morehouse's Psychic Warrior and also more informative on the science of controlled remote viewing. Beyond the entertainment value, this book is valuable for the vocabulary it teaches, the exercises in the back to build your own power of "ambience", and for the blank documents that he provides for your record keeping to prove past casework.
If you don't read anything else, skip to page and read the documents from one of his remote viewing classes. Jul 12, Matt rated it it was amazing. A super interesting book. I have always scoffed at the idea of remote viewing, but the author gives so many examples of it's success that makes it hard to dismiss. I did not read the appendices- of which there are many, many pages of terms, exercises and methods used by his team to train those interested in remote viewing. This isn't a how-to book but it gives the author's militasry history and how he came to be a remote viewer.
He backs the claims up with stories of real life successes using hi A super interesting book. He backs the claims up with stories of real life successes using his psychic skills. Dec 07, Erin rated it it was amazing Shelves: paranormal , nonfiction.
The power of the human mind is fascinating! Our minds can go into the future or past and explore settings or even people's minds. Buchanan describes the part of our mind that does this as the subconscious, but he never addresses what the subconscious is accessing.
My impression is that the military had enough evidence that remote reviewing worked that they didn't care how it worked. Buchanan and others still teach remote viewing in Abilene, Texas! Dec 02, Guy Jr. This book was an entertaining read, if you are interested in the historical application of psychic spies in the United States during the ss. The characterizations in this memoir are engaging and enjoyable.
The resources provided were engaging, but it left a bit of scepticism in my mind--kind of where I was before I read it. So if you are interested in psychic spies, remote viewing, or controlled psychic experiments I would recommend this book for you. Jul 17, David Nunez rated it really liked it. This book is about Lyn Buchanan's experience in the RV unit when he served in the military. Lyn seems like he was an amazing viewer. I just get so amazed by the capabilities of what a person can do with their mind and all their senses to the full potential!
Lyn shares his experiences with his encounters with psychic spies from China and Russia. Lyn talks about how he was recruited into the RV unit and how he now teaches around the world his techniques in RV. Feb 06, Steph loves water rated it really liked it. May 16, Sharon rated it liked it Shelves: remote-viewing.
A fairly detailed read, though not as entertaining as Targ. Just a different voice. Mar 07, Stephanie N rated it it was amazing. I mean, you could read this from the viewpoint that it is entirely a work of fiction and it would still be captivating as hell. I burned through almost the whole thing in one sitting. If you're a skeptic about remote viewing, supplement this book with the declassified government documents which are interestingly missing page 34 and you've got yourself some interesting stuff to think about!
If you are open to the idea of remote viewing, this book provides a wealth of practical information inde I mean, you could read this from the viewpoint that it is entirely a work of fiction and it would still be captivating as hell. If you are open to the idea of remote viewing, this book provides a wealth of practical information independent of the anecdotes.
This is juicy material for anyone interested in the human mind in all its possibilities and limitations. May 25, Denis rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Those with a questioning mind.
The Seventh Sense by Lyn Buchanan is a mind opening, extraordinary book, that brings into focus the power of our untapped mind. This book is not a 'how to' methodology on the human mind, but specifically relates to the deployment of our mental capability to identify people, events and things outside our normal cognitive 5-senses and, in particular, past and future timelines.
The book basically centres on the premise that the US government has over the past 30 years or more been involved in psych The Seventh Sense by Lyn Buchanan is a mind opening, extraordinary book, that brings into focus the power of our untapped mind.
The book basically centres on the premise that the US government has over the past 30 years or more been involved in psychic warfare and intelligence gathering using trained military 'Remote Viewers'.
I think the science behind Remote Viewing using the subconscious mind was originally developed in Russia and Israel. I think this book is audacious in its coverage, since only now do we see snapshots of this field of intrigue, slowly but surely coming into general awareness via other related books and mainstream media.
This book has similarities because the author was a Remote Viewer within the US military establishment. The interesting thing for me in reading the Seventh Sense was the development of the science to a point where Remote Viewers may in certain situations interact with the environment; from just being an observer? I recommend this book to readers who are questioning the inherent powers of the human mind. Buy on Amazon. Jun 13, Mike S rated it it was amazing Shelves: metaphysics.
I really liked this book, which I believe was written with a great deal of thoughtfulness and integrity. I tried to read it once several years ago and had a hard time accepting that many of the claims in the book could be possible. But after reading several other books by remote viewers, and watching RV videos by the Farsight Institute, and of Ingo Swann speaking, I now think that this is a scrupulously honest recounting of the author's experiences.
I liked reading about the history of RV and ho I really liked this book, which I believe was written with a great deal of thoughtfulness and integrity. I liked reading about the history of RV and how it developed into what it is today from Lyn's perspective a great deal. And some of the personal experiences he had, both during RV sessions and in his normal life, are fascinating.
I now believe that he is being completely honest throughout. If you are interested in the psychic world in general, or in RV in particular, I think you will find this book a really great read.
The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychic Spy" for the U.S. Military
The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychi
Clicking on image takes you to Amazon. Lyn Buchanan's The Seventh Sense is two books in one. It is a riveting - often chilling - account of his own participation in one of the U. But it also is one of the best discussions yet in print of the "Controlled Remote Viewing" CRV methodology that was developed and exploited by Ingo Swann and the military for espionage purposes. Lyn Buchanan was a remote viewer and trainer in the U.