Early years[ edit ] McMoneagle describes a remarkable memory of very early childhood events. He grew up surrounded by alcoholism, abuse and poverty. As a child, he had visions at night when scared, and began to hone his psychic abilities in his teens for his own protection when he hitchhiked. He enlisted in the Army in , at the age of 18, to get away from the family turmoil. McMoneagle subsequently became an experimental remote viewer while serving in U.

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McMoneagle has 47 years of professional expertise in scientific research and development within numerous classified military multilevel technical electronic collection systems, the field of the paranormal, psychology and social sciences. His specific experience includes: scientific research and experimental protocol design and implementation, collection and evaluation of resulting statistical information, prototype design and testing, Automatic Data Processing equipment and its technology interface, overall and sub-level program management, and data systems analysis for mainframe, mini-mainframe, and desktop computer systems supporting information collection and analysis for military and civilian intelligence purposes.

He is also well versed in numerous associative fields to include mining, investment, product development, equipment testing, and all areas and levels of physical security. He is still a full time Research Associate with The Laboratories for Fundamental Research, Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, Palo Alto, California, where he has provided consulting support to research and development in eclectic paranormal areas for more than 23 years. He is well versed with developmental theory, methods of application, and current training technologies for remote viewing, as currently applied under strict laboratory controls and oversight.

During his career, Mr. He is one of the few people in history who has successfully demonstrated his abilities as a remote viewer and psychic more than sixty times, live, double-blind, and under the toughest scientific controls while on-camera for national level networks and labs in seven different countries. Prior to the above, Mr.

McMoneagle was responsible for his entire Military Occupational Specialty at the Army Headquarters level, to include control and management of both manned and unmanned intelligence collections sites within the Continental United States and overseas. He was responsible for all tactical and strategic tasking and equipment including fixed and mobile station, aircraft and vehicles, development of new or future technology as well as current technology, planning, support and maintenance, funding, and personnel training.

He has performed responsibly as a primary in international and intra-service negotiations and agreements in support of six national level intelligence agencies. Other past employment has included, Assistant to the Security Officer for a multi-billion dollar overseas intelligence facility, with responsibilities that included physical plant communications, personnel, and technology security and defense; as well as counter-terrorist and counter-intelligence operations at home and abroad.

He has served as the Detachment Commander at two remote intelligence collection sites overseas, providing field intelligence collection, analysis and reporting at theater, regional, country, and city levels. He has earned 28 military decorations and numerous awards, to include a Legion of Merit for his Anomalous Cognition support to the Nations Intelligence Community, and he holds the rank of Knight Commander in the Order of St.

Stanislas, specifically for his service to Poland during the Cold War. He is formally trained as a blacksmith, sculpter, wood and iron worker, and nautical engineer and boat builder up to feet.

Concurrently he is the author of the following:.

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