The Guild’s Resident and Online Training Programs
Resident Training Programs
The resident course is offered when sufficient enrollment is obtained and is taught by HRVG-certified instructors. Course length is approximately 4-6 months; however, class length can be adjusted to accelerate training or combined with access to the Online Training Program (OT) to enhance resident training, if necessary. Classes meet weekly on dates specified by the instructor. Due to the method of presentation of the course and timed progression of the protocols, students must not skip any classes.
Prerequisite for the course is primarily the student’s commitment to weekly class attendance and submission of three assigned targets per week. Course fee is $200. A detailed description of the curriculum is provided below.
Students interested in taking the resident course will complete a registration form and email it to Sita Seery: email@example.com. On the upper right corner of the form, please type in the word RESIDENT.
OnLine Training Programs
The Online Training Program (OT) of the Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild, Inc. (HRVG) is designed to reach a global community. To enroll and be given access to the Online training website, applicants complete a registration and non-disclosure agreement form.
The registration form is emailed to Sita Seery (firstname.lastname@example.org). On acceptance, the student submits a tax-deductible $200 fee (tax deduction applies only in the United States). A training site password will be provided upon receipt of payment, a non-disclosure agreement and a registration form.
The fee is payable to the Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild, Inc. in U.S. dollars only, in the form of a cashier’s check or money order. It should be mailed to Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild, Inc., 45-646 Kulukeoe Place, Kaneohe, HI 96744, along with the completed hard copy of the Registration Form and Non-Disclosure Agreement.
The length of the training is approximately six months for the online students, during which the protocols from Stage 1 through Stage 4 are introduced in sequence via lectures, paper descriptions, and direct Q&A with the mentor. The application of the student’s dedication to the completion of the program may accelerate learning time, so do not be intimidated by the 6-month length.
All students work at different levels, and the course is individually tailored to meet the student’s needs and coordinated with the assigned mentor’s availability. Each student will be required to work weekly homework sessions and submit them via email or snail mail to their assigned mentor before the deadline established by the targeteer. Students must demonstrate a clear understanding of the protocols as evidenced by their performance in the sessions worked.
The mentors will submit periodic reports to the OT Administrator for review. Based on the mentor’s evaluations, students will graduate to the next level of protocols. Students who fail to submit homework without mentor coordination will be dropped from the program.
The program requires dedication and self-discipline in working the protocols. The only way one can become a remote viewer is to remote view. Criteria for advancement through the different levels or Stages of Protocols are:
- Demonstrated skill in accurate protocol structure.
- Congruency of data to feedback.
- Completion of the required homework within prescribed timelines.
Additional training support is offered via the bulletin board for students’ questions and comments, Session Feedback HOTWAX section, or direct interchange with any Guild instructor/mentor on the website.
Submission of work
There are two ways sessions are submitted to the instructor: Postal mail or email. Sessions sent postal mail must be postmarked before the date the target feedback is revealed on the website. To email the sessions, the students must scan and create a .pdf or a zip file to email to the mentor before the date the target feedback is revealed. This is the most expedient method of sending data. Mentors are responsible for their student’s progress.
All targets are always worked “blind.” The viewer never knows what the target is before working it.
When a target is first uploaded to the OT site, it is locked and appears “black” on the list. This means the viewer cannot access the target information to ensure chain of custody.
The viewer has a specific time to work the target and send it to the instructor, usually one week. Once the target turns blue on the website, the viewer can access the target data and information. Any work submitted after the target has turned blue will not be considered for grading because of a breach of the chain of custody between the target and the viewer.
Most training targets are “validation” type targets. This means the target can be substantiated through research or identification by other means (media, clippings, visitation to the site, etc.). A stringent control process is involved in posting the targets to establish a chain of custody. This process is necessary due to the periodic challenges and bombardment of skeptics that continuously challenge the remote viewing community.
Furthermore, it validates the integrity of the viewer and targeteer (the individual who “cues” the target for viewing. (NOTE: In HRVG, none of the targets posted are randomly selected by a computer or other mechanical method. A trained targeteer carefully selects all targets.
Visual Ideograms (VISIDS) – the student learns to obtain visual data by establishing initial contact with the subconscious. Spontaneous Ideograms (SPONIDS) – the student is taught a technique to allow the subconscious to generate an ideogram in graphic encryption through an energy release method. Playfair – An HRVG exclusive methodology. The student will use a threaded data collection matrix to extract information encoded in the Spontaneous Ideograms (SPONIDS).
S2 NIMO – Use of the Playfair matrix incorporating techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to extract higher grade data.
NIMO icon used in S2 Phonics – A midpoint dumping ground of mental noise and data.
S3 Site Sketch – Student will learn to consolidate data collected from all previously worked protocols and provide a graphic interpretation of this data.
Student will learn a rudimentary method of obtaining simple time elements (near past, present, near future).
Cascade – Student uses all previously learned skills in obtaining detailed high-level target data. The last protocol taught on the OT program is also one of the most intensive.
Stage 5 Edging/Priming (Morpheus) (Unmonitored for On-Line)
Students learn to access higher level data via techniques that will drive awareness into low or high theta, depending on the requirements of the targeteer.
Students review their entire session and briefly describe any corresponding feelings, impressions, thoughts or additional information relevant to the target. Data is summarized in narrative format approximately one paragraph in length.
At the end of the training period, students who have successfully fulfilled the requirements of the course and have demonstrated sufficient competence in the HRVG methodologies will receive a completion certificate and may be nominated by their mentors for membership in HRVG with the student’s concurrence. Membership is strictly voluntary. Nominations will be approved by the Board of Directors. Membership dues for OT associates are $50.00 per year. Resident members pay a monthly due of $25.00.
Targeteers are periodically solicited from the pool of viewers to become Guild targeteers. Currently the Guild has 5 trained targeteers that provide targets for viewing. In order to maintain integrity of target pool, no increases in the targeteer bank is anticipated at this time.
Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild, Inc. offers analyst training for people who want to become a certified analyst. The cost of this training is $200.00.
Analysts are not necessarily viewers; however, they must demonstrate a complete understanding of remote viewing before candidacy for HRVG analyst positions. The method used in this training program is unique to HRVG and not offered anywhere. On completion of the program, analysts will be required to remain available for tasking from HRVG.
The following is a brief description of the Analyst Training Program offered by HRVG:
Data Collection Matrix – 16 hours – Students will use actual sessions of remote viewers to extract relevant information in preparing the analytical report to clients or Guild staff on assigned projects.
Working Notes – 16 hours – Taught concurrently with the Data Collection Matrix. Students will establish a line item review of each protocol and aspects of data obtained by multiple viewers. Data will be assessed in detail and transcribed into the working notes.
Profiling – The analyst will identify dominant patterns in viewers’ sessions to build a profile on each viewer based on session work. Information will be collated into a database program for future reference and use in analytical assessments of sessions worked.
Themes – 1 hour – The analyst will learn to structure dominant themes based on viewers’ preponderance toward specific gestalts.
Scenarios – 2 hours – The analyst will determine the best scenario based on the completed data collection matrix and working notes.
Report Writing – 3 hours – The analyst will create a detailed professional report for presentation to clients or Guild staff. This report constitutes the final product of the analytical training.
Extensive research via the Internet or other media sources may be required of the analyst. Candidates should possess excellent command of the English language and demonstrate effective writing skills, including good sentence structure, grammar, and syntax. Psychology students working on their master’s thesis or Ph.D. are encouraged to apply. Special discounts will be offered to these students.
For more information, contact email@example.com, and please ensure you identify “HRVG Analyst Training” in the subject line.
Cause for Termination
As stated in the non-disclosure agreement, HRVG protocols are not for sale or used for resale to any individual or group for profit. Any student caught in this situation will be immediately terminated, and the provisions outlined in the non-disclosure agreement will be executed.
Students who fail to turn in homework (an essential part of our training program) will be terminated after the third week unless a prior arrangement is made with the instructor.
Military students on deployment and others who will not have ready access to the website to download target data may work with their assigned mentor to make arrangements for continuing the course. Special consideration will be granted to all military students of all service components, including the National Guard and Reserves.
Students who post inflammatory or disruptive narratives on the website discussion forums with the intent of defaming any of the instructors’ or other students’ character will be terminated from the program and will have their password revoked.