Paul Smith has a BA from Brigham Young University, an MS from the Defense Intelligence College; and is a graduate student in the Ph.D. program in Philosophy at the University of Texas-Austin. He enlisted in the Army in 1976 and served for seven years in the government's remote viewing psychic espionage program at Ft. Meade, MD. He is one of only a handful of government personnel to be personally trained in coordinate remote viewing (CRV) by Ingo Swann at SRI-International. He was the primary author of the government RV program's CRV training manual, and served as theory instructor for new CRV trainee personnel.
His military assignments also included Arabic linguist, electronic warfare operator, strategic intelligence officer for an Army Special Forces unit, tactical intelligence officer with the 101st Airborne Division during Desert Storm/Shield, strategic intelligence officer in the Collection Directorate of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and chief of the intelligence and security division, DCSOPS, for the Military District of Washington.
Comparative mythologist Dave Talbott and physicist Wallace Thornhill (hour 2 only) discussed their theories about the electric universe, and how electric forces have widely affected our solar system, as well as Earth's ancient history. First hour guest, remote viewing instructor Paul H. Smith shared updates, and talked about the remote viewing process. ... More »Host: George Noory
Experts in mysteries of the unknown, including UFOs and synchronicities, Trish and Rob MacGregor, discussed their work researching alien encounters and abductions, which ties into the Bermuda Triangle mystery, as well as planetary empaths who suffer physical symptoms related to pending Earth changes. In the first hour, remote viewing instructor Paul H. Smith presented a tribute to the recently deceased, Ingo Swann, legendary psychic, remote viewer, and artist. Tom McNear, the first military remote viewer trained by Swann, also joined the conversation. ... More »Host: George Noory
Mark Anthony, the "Psychic Lawyer," a medium who specializes in communication with spirits, made his debut on the show. He sometimes uses his psychic skills on his cases as a criminal defense attorney, and some of his legal clients have sought him out for his psychic edge, he noted. First hour guest, Remote Viewing instructor and technical dowsing practitioner Paul H. Smith shared updates. Remote viewers use a specific protocol to gather information and observations about a location or object, distant or hidden from them, he explained. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote Viewing instructor and technical dowsing practitioner Paul H. Smith discussed practical ESP, including how dowsing can be used to find items and make decisions. Interestingly, if people are less invested in a particular outcome, ESP efforts are typically more successful as the subconscious has more interplay, he reported. First hour guest, author and economist John R. Lott talked about the new edition of his book, More Guns, Less Crime, which includes the effects of changes to gun control laws over the last 10 years. ... More »Host: George Noory
Researcher and author Marilynn Hughes discussed her thousands of out-of-body travels, and the meaning behind these experiences. OBEs can be very transformative, helping people to dispel illusions and see the truth about themselves, God and our life purpose, she said. They can be like a bridge between our world and the eternal, and help the soul to evolve. First hour guest, remote viewing instructor Paul Smith talked about a recent RV experiment using Twitter that was conducted by Richard Wiseman. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote viewing instructor and dowsing practitioner Paul Smith discussed how people use ESP skills to their advantage. First hour guest, UFO disclosure advocate Stephen Bassett spoke about the Citizen's Briefing Book. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote Viewing instructor Paul Smith discussed how dowsing and remote viewing can be used to predict and visit the future. It's as if your consciousness can travel in time, both forward and back, he said. Large scale "deterministic" events in the future can't be changed, he noted, but if a person learns of an upcoming event they can alter their reaction to it, such as avoiding an area that will be hit with a catastrophe. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote viewing and dowsing expert Paul Smith discussed ESP techniques, and how people can use them to tap into future outcomes for financial gain. With remote viewing, you know where a target is, but you don't what it is-- dowsing is the reverse, where a person knows what the target is, but doesn't know its location, he explained. Both systems make use of the subconscious, but with dowsing the subconscious exerts a subtle ideomotor response.Associate Remote Viewing (ARV) can be applied to financial decisions-- by bypassing psychological influences, each outcome is associated with an unrelated object. For instance, a certain stock going up in price is represented by a hamburger, and a pencil represents the stock going down. The viewer then describes a visual of the object they see. This technique is successful 70% of the time, Smith stated.He also discussed how dowsing can be used to pick lottery numbers. Different blocks or cards are set up with a set of corresponding numbers ... More »Host: George Noory
One of the most quoted authors in the field of Ufology, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jacques F. Vallee discussed his work on UFO phenomena, as well as his interest in remote viewing and parapsychology. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote viewer Paul H. Smith spoke about the interplay between dowsing, remote viewing (RV) and ESP. ... More »Host: George Noory
Best selling author, William J. Birnes spoke with George about their book Worker in the Light. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and speaker William Buhlman returned to share the latest observations and developments in out-of-body experience (OBE) research. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author Jeff Danelek presented his research into ghosts and reincarnation from an objective perspective. ... More »Host: George Noory
Remote viewer Paul Smith spoke about his experiences working in the now disbanded Stargate program. As part of a team, they remote viewed targets at the behest of the intelligence community such as the hostage situation in Lebanon, he said, but were rarely told when they succeeded in giving accurate information. The CIA recently released 90,000 pages of archives related to Stargate, but crucial areas remained blacked out of the documents, Smith noted. ... More »Host: George Noory