Edward Riordan

Since 2011 Edward Riordan has created the largest free video archive of live remote viewing examples in the world, hundreds of hours of content in which he films himself demonstrating live remote viewing sessions.

Edward Riordan

Remote Viewer

SUMMARY

Since 2011 Edward Riordan has created the largest free video archive of live remote viewing examples in the world, hundreds of hours of content in which he films himself demonstrating live remote viewing sessions. Along with examples of long-form remote viewing, he has also created an extensive volume of exploratory remote viewing work focusing on the specific workings of the process and obtaining nonlocal perceptions (remote viewing). These explorations include isolating recognizable qualities of perceptions as well as detecting specific areas of the brain from which these perceptions are being processed. He is considered to be one of the most talented and active remote viewers, fearless in his willingness to tackle any topic. He began remote viewing in 1999 with a system that was an offshoot of CRV.

High-profile remote viewing projects captured on video include what he called his “ominous feeling” sessions published in November 2017 of a coming virus along with its properties and the lab from which it would be released. There is the XENON1 dark matter detector project in which Edward documents would be the first interaction with a weakly interacting massive particle. As well as Pi, the mathematical constant, from which he was contacted by a German geophysicist who confirmed his documented descriptions. Edwards’s remote viewing work is also included in a patent application for the world’s first Conscious Gate Transistor

Over the past 30 years, Edward has explored and been certified in clinical hypnosis, Kundalini yoga, sound healing, and reiki, as well as becoming an expert-level tarot card reader. Along with his wife, Edward spent 12 years doing psychic healing work on hundreds of clients while working within various spiritual and occult groups.