Practical Applications of Precognition, Part One: Historical Perspectives,withMarty Rosenblatt

marty rosenblatt


Marty Rosenblatt, MS, is a computational physicist who spent his career working in the military and industrial sectors. He is the president of the Applied Precognition Project.

Here he traces the origin of his work in applied precognition to the development of “remote viewing” and its use by the U.S. military intelligence establishment in the mid-1970s. He specifically points to the associative remote viewing (ARV) methodology used for financial forecasting. Several published studies have used this methodology successfully for financial forecasting. He discusses some paradoxes associated with precognition and how he, personally, has come to resolve them.

(Recorded on January 6, 2016)

Published on January 10, 2016