Frequently Asked Questions

How does Controlled Remote Viewing differ from what “psychics” do?

Controlled Remote Viewing is a specialized form of psychic functioning. While spontaneous or free-form psychic functioning can produce accurate results in some cases, for many it can be difficult to control and apply in a useful manner. In contrast, the CRV methodology developed at Stanford Research Institute and used by the Husick Group can be targeted to a specific client query. The step-by-step approach of CRV is designed to lead the viewer to progressively stronger levels of site contact, starting with sensory data and progressing to dimensional and conceptual data. The CRV methodology allows the viewer to move to those aspects of the target that are of most interest to the client, and to probe for specific types of information. The CRV methodology includes a structured reporting format designed to accurately capture the information obtained while the viewer is in session.

Do I have to buy in to some sort of New Age philosophy in order to work with the Husick Group?

No. The Remote Viewing and Reverse Speech methodologies used by the Husick Group are the subjects of decades of scientific research and development. While we believe that science and spirituality are not mutually exclusive, we also believe that spirituality is a deeply personal and often private matter. We have no dogma, and our professionals come from a variety of life experiences, educational backgrounds, and spiritual practices. Like ancient shamans who helped the tribe find food or avoid disasters, many of our professionals feel called to this line of work as a way to be of service to others in our own time and place. We ask only that our clients be open to the possibility that human consciousness is not limited by our physical senses, and that we can help each other by connecting with something larger than ourselves.

Does the Husick Group offer Remote Viewing or Reverse Speech instruction?

No. The Husick Group is focused exclusively on operational results for clients. We conduct in-house training and tool development with our Remote Viewing professionals, but we do not offer training to the general public. Resources for those interested in learning more about Remote Viewing or obtaining Remote Viewing instruction include: (Lyn Buchanan’s P>S>I – Lyn has retired from teaching live classes, but his website contains excellent CRV resources) (Paul H. Smith’s Remote Viewing Instructional Services (RVIS)) (Paul O'Connor – Paul teaches Lyn Buchanan's CRV curriculum) (Lori Williams – Lori teaches Lyn Buchanan’s CRV curriculum) (Teresa Frisch – Teresa teaches Lyn Buchanan’s CRV curriculum) (Coleen Marenich – Coleen teaches Lyn Buchanan’s CRV curriculum) (Daz Smith – excellent collection of information about CRV, including history and examples)

Reverse Speech training is offered by David Oates at:

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How much do your services cost?

The cost of a Remote Viewing project typically starts at a few thousand dollars, and includes a team size of at least three professional remote viewers and one project manager. The exact amount of your project will depend on variables such as the number of questions to be addressed, the number of Remote Viewing professionals to be included on the team, the length and quality of audio recordings to be analyzed for speech reversals, and the turn-around time desired. Let us know what you need, and we will work with you to design a project that fits your budget. We are happy to commit to a price up-front and in writing, so that you know exactly what your costs will be.

Do you ever accept projects on a “humanitarian” or “pro bono” basis?

Yes. As part of the calling to be of service, we do accept certain projects on a reduced-fee or no-fee basis where our usual fees would create a hardship for the client. Please be aware, though, that we are not able to accept every request for help, much as we would like to. Therefore, only truly humanitarian projects are considered for reduced or waived fees.

I’m a Remote Viewer. Can I join the Husick Group?

 We’d love to hear from you! Because we strive to offer our clients the best service possible, we should let you know that the vetting process for new viewers is long and thorough. If you are interested in working with us, you can initiate the process by getting in touch and telling us about your Remote Viewing background, including where you received your training and what sort of work you have done to date. Bear in mind that we only consider viewers who are experienced in Controlled Remote Viewing – the form developed at Stanford Research Institute and used in the U.S. military. We’re not saying that other forms of Remote Viewing are not valid – but for reasons explained elsewhere on this website, CRV is what we offer to our clients, so CRV experience is a threshold requirement for our viewers. And because character matters, we’ll also take the time to get to know you. Excellent references from others in the CRV community are essential.