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Joseph McMoneagleJOSEPH W. MCMONEAGLE, CW2, US Army, Ret., CStS Owner/Executive Director of Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc.

Mr. McMoneagle has 34 years of professional expertise in research and development, in numerous multi-level technical systems, the paranormal, and the social sciences. Experience includes: experimental protocol design, collection and evaluation of statistical information, prototype design and testing, Automatic Data Processing equipment and technology interface, 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 currently owner and Executive Director of Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc., which has provided support to multiple research facilities and corporations with a full range of collection applications using Anomalous Cognition (AC) in the production of original and cutting edge information. He is 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 remote viewing for 16+ years. As a consultant to SRI-International and Science Applications International Corporation, Inc. from 1984 through 1995, he participated in protocol design, statistical information collection, R&D evaluations, as well as thousands of remote viewing trials in support of both experimental research as well as active intelligence operations for what is now known as Project STARGATE. 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. McMoneagle has provided professional intelligence and creative/innovative informational support to the Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Drug Enforcement Agency, Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Customs, the National Security Council, most major commands within the Department of Defense, and hundreds of other individuals, companies, and corporations. He is the only person who has successfully demonstrated his ability as a remote viewer more than two dozen times, live, double-blind, and under strict scientific control while on-camera for national networks and labs in four countries.

Mr. McMoneagle has also been responsible for his 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 equipment, tasking, including aircraft and vehicles, development of new or future technology as well as current technology, planning, support and maintenance, funding, training, and personnel. He has performed responsibly as a primary in international and intra-service negotiations and agreements in support of six national level intelligence agencies, and has acted as a direct consultant to the Commanding General, United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), Washington D.C., as well as the Army Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI), Pentagon.

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, region, country, and city levels. He has also served on an Air and Sea Rescue team, in Long Range Reconnaissance, as a Quick Reaction Strike Force team leader, and rifleman in war zones.

He has earned 28 military decorations and numerous awards, to include a Legion of Merit for his Anomalous Cognition and Remote Viewing support to the Nation’s Intelligence Community. He holds the rank of Knight Commander in the Order of St. Stanislas, which is now a charitable organization. Originally established in 1765 by the last King of Poland, predominantly for military and medical professionals, it is now concerned with raising the standard of living in Eastern Europe. The Order’s current responsibilties include; support to numerous charitable foundations in Warsaw, provides support to the Pulaski Monument Restoration, the Medical University in Warsaw, as well as aid and assistance to children survivors of the Chernobyl disaster.

Mr. McMoneagle is currently a full member of The Parapsychological Association, a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans, a performing member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), is a Retired Chief Warrant Officer in the Regular Army of the United States of America, and serves on the Board of Advisors for the Anomalous Phenomena Research Center, New York, as well as the J. B. Rhine Research Center, Durham, North Carolina.

Concurrently he is the author of the following books published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., of Charlottesville, Virginia:

MIND TREK, Exploring Consciousness Time and Space through Remote Viewing, 1993 (revised 1997)

THE ULTIMATE TIME MACHINE, A Remote Viewer’s Perception of Time, and Predictions for the New Millennium, (1998)


THE STAR GATE CHRONICLES, Memoirs of a Psychic Spy (Summer 2002).

Journal Publications: J.W. McMoneagle, PERCEPTIONS OF A PARANORMAL SUBJECT, The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 61, June 1997.

Article: J.W. McMoneagle, JULES VERNE: WRITER, PSYCHIC, OR REMOTE VIEWER, The Anomalist, No. 5, Summer 1997. (translated) Julio Verne: Visionario o Vidente? Ano 4, No 3, Jan 1998.


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