Joseph McMoneagle is an extraordinary remote viewer, a "psychic spy," whose experiences have given him a special insight into the nature of time and human perception. For more than seventeen years, he was a researcher and remote viewer for the top-secret Army project STARGATE. For years after that, he journeyed through time while working in a consciousness-development lab with out-of-body experience pioneer Robert A. Monroe.
McMoneagle explores the questions that philosophers have for centuries debated: Does time really exist? Do our actions today really affect our future? Can we change the past? Do we slip between alternate realities? In The Ultimate Time Machine, McMoneagle delivers new insights into these mysteries, including:
- First-hand information--including transcripts from lab sessions--on the origins of humanity, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and the building of the Egyptian pyramids.
- Provocative suggestions about the nature of time, creation, and a constantly changing past.
- A detailed picture of our immediate future through the year 2075.
- More than 150 very explicit predictions on world population, aging, religious fragmentation, lifestyle changes, technological developments, and dozens of major changes to laws, customs and practices--all within a positive and constructive framework.
- A vision of the year 3000, comprising a test of what the author calls the "Verne Effect"--our ability to create and manipulate our future.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
When Joseph McMoneagle was a soldier in Vietnam, his fellow soldiers noticed that he always knew a few seconds before the Viet Cong opened fire on his platoon. He would pick up his lawn chair and take cover someplace safe. This happened so often, it wasn't long before others made the connection between Joe moving and Joe being safe. After the war he became part of the CIA's Stargate program: a remote viewing team put together for the purpose of psychically visualizing where Russians were keeping missile silos. The program, which was defunded in 1996, had a success rate of 80%. It had been started as a response to Soviet investigation into psychic phenomena in the late 1960's.Other books by McMoneagle have included amazing stories of his remote viewing feats. Unfortunately, in this book, his peering into the future does not seem to have the same success rate as remote viewing something that is happening in the present or is about to happen. Nine years into the new millenium, he seems to have gotten a lot wrong. An interesting read, nevertheless......
I highly recommend this book as it comes from one of the most sound-minded and reasonable persons in the field of remote viewing, not to mention one of its most talented. Obviously not all the predictions are going to come true, as the future is more fluid than the past, yet, taken as a whole I believe many of them will prove to be uncannily accurate. At any rate, at the very least this book will challenge some to think about the future in more specific (and possibly more positive) ways.
I've met Mr. McMoneagle and if anyone knows him he is very down to earth, and tells things as they are. He is very serious about the subject of remote viewing, and his book if anyone has read his first book, is a logical successor. He assumes you know a bit about remote viewing, and even if you don't his predictions are incredibly interesting. I really believe in him and the work he does. Also, from meeting him, and the reputation he has, I would bet that his predictions were really as he says: remote viewing sessions. So for all those who are interested in 'what might lie ahead,' pick the book, up I thought it was very cool.