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Physics: Precognition Applications and Free Will

Connections Through Time,   Issue 23: June - December 2004

pre-cog-ni-tion   n.

Knowledge of something in advance of its occurrence, especially by extrasensory perception; clairvoyance.

- from the American Heritage Dictionary

Precognition and how to apply it in practical ways, including to financial markets, was the subject of Marty Rosenblatt's presentation at the International Remote Viewing (IRVA) Conference.  The abstract is presented below and here is a link to the Powerpoint presentation that contains details on Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) and a model of precogniton.  After going to the linked page, click on the "slide show" icon () near the bottom right of the screen.   You will then be able to see the full set of slides using your left mouse button to move between slides and actions.

The abstract to the talk follows:

Precognition Applications and Free Will


We can probably agree that being able to foretell the future would be a rather valuable skill. This precognitive ability does exist, but not in the fashion portrayed in the movies. Unfortunately, predictions of the future contain uncertainties that create significant challenges for reliable applications.

Precognition and free will can and do co-exist. These concepts will be discussed, but the presentation will not focus on philosophy. The focus will be on remote viewing precog applications and on the importance of an attitude or mindset that is conducive to success. This mindset involves knowing that you are free to gather information from the future.

Documented examples of precognition involving remote viewing will be discussed, and two precog applications will be described. The first application is currently in use, and the second is an approach designed to enhance creativity:

  1. Associative Remote Viewing (ARV)
    • Financial Markets
    • Sports
    • Elections
  2. Create, discover or conceive ideas in the present "gathered from" a project that will be successfully completed in the future.
    • Painting, Writing, etc.
    • Problem Solving
    • Inventing


These applications will be described in enough detail that you can begin to explore your precog ability.

The full Powerpoint presentation can be found here.  By clicking on the "slide show" icon () near the bottom right of the screen, you will be able to see the full set of slides.  Use your left mouse button to move between slides and actions.

In the next section, we briefly summarize the intuition-related aspects of the presentation, i.e., free will and determinism.  Then, applying ARV to financial markets is discussed in the last section.


Precognition - Information from the Future: Replication Studies by the PEAR Group at Princeton University

Precognition: Theory and Practice

Associative Remote Viewing: Background

Go to another section of this issue:
Intuition: Free Will and Determinism       Applications: ARV Applied to Financial Markets

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