|Although the following interviews and information are posted on the Paranormal Zone, Lyn feels that he is dealing with a practical application of real human perceptual capabilities rather than a "paranormal" phenomenon, and he is, as such, exploiting their commercial applications. Remote Viewing is hard to categorize and for some people, including many scientists, hard to accept as an aspect of our perceived reality.|
say there were four UFO Crashes in
Los Alamos, at a place called Aztec.
The crash was supposed to be of a larger
craft than Roswell's and more ETs were
involved. Lyn Buchanan, a well known remote
viewer tasked 11 remote viewers to see if
they could validate the crash. Surprisingly
results were released this month at the 13th
annual Aztec Symposium. Jerry first talks to
Special Correspondent Janet Sailor who
reports on the presentation as given by
Buchanan and then Jerry talks with him about
remote viewing in general and
specifically how he got involved and how it
impacted his life. Oh, the consensus is that
it did happen and the USG shot at least one
ET on the spot and it is believed there
were survivors. (This interview
recorded April 3, 2010)
Listen to Jerry Pippin's interview with Lyn,
conducted at the Ancient Earth Mysteries Conference in Laughlin, NV on 9/28/03,
and form your own opinions. Lyn explains to Jerry all about controlled remote
viewing, as used by the US Government during the Cold War. Buchanan was on the
cutting edge of this technique.
Then he tells about his
company that teaches controlled remote viewing to corporate clients at his
company's school in New Mexico and at other locations around the world.
Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan is currently the Executive Director of Problems Solutions Innovations (P S I). P S I started as a small data analysis company in the Washington, D.C. area in 1992, after Lynís retirement from the military.
In late 1995, when the US government declassified their Remote Viewing project, information became public about Lynís prior involvement with that project as one of the unitís Remote Viewers, Database Manager, Property Book Officer and as the unitís Trainer. Public demands for training and applications became great, and P S I moved into the remote viewing field full time, bringing with it the databasing capabilities. At the present time, P S I possesses the most complete body of data on the applications of remote viewing in real-world applications.
The U.S. government used a specialized form of remote viewing known as Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV). Lynís involvement with CRV came about by a long, strange, and circuitous series of events, some parts of which are still classified. Lyn was brought into the unit in 1984 and remained there on special assignment for the rest of his military career.