Remote Viewing for Profit | John Kruth

Full title: Associative Remote Viewing for Profit: Evaluating the Importance of the Judge and the Investment Instrument

An associative remote viewing (ARV) project was designed to predict investments and generate funds. Three viewers made weekly predictions on Sunday about an image they would be shown on Friday. Two images were selected to represent different states of a stock, and a judge reviewed the images and the viewers’ information. Based on the viewers’ impressions and a judge’s decision, an investor submitted funds predicting that the stock would rise or fall in value during the week. The investment results were affected by complications in the investing platform, and be- cause of this, the investment lost just under 7.5%. Without the complications, the investment would have made about 2.5% profit over 12 weeks. More importantly, this study examined the importance of the judge and investment selection in the ARV process. A second judge and investment instrument were included, blinded to all study participants. The second judge (J2) performed at a significantly less accurate level from the first judge (p<r;0.05), and J2 also performed significantly lower than could be expected by chance (p=0.02; effect size=-1.498; power>r;.80). Both judges performed significantly differently on the target in- vestment than on a control investment. Although this is a pilot study with a small sample size and a limited number of sessions, conclusions are that the selection of a judge, even a very experienced judge, can have a significant effect on the success of an ARV project and that judges’ decisions are more affected by the target investments than by a comparable control investment. Future ARV projects are advised to qualify judges for accuracy just as they qualify viewers for accuracy.

Bio: John G. Kruth is the Executive Director of the Rhine Research Center ( and the Founder and Education Director of the Rhine Education Center ( His 20+ years of professional technology experience and 8+ years as a professional researcher provide a unique insight into the integration of technology and parapsychological research. His research includes explorations into psychic healing, the energy behind psychokinesis, poltergeist activity and other unconscious effects on electronic devices, measurements of biophotons (ultraviolet light) from energy healers, applications of remote viewing for investments, and updating traditional psi testing methods to take advantage of 21st century technology and science. He has numerous publications and has spoken at professional conferences and other forums regarding scientific parapsychology, the history of the Rhine, the nature of energy healing, poltergeists, and other topics related to parapsychology and the paranormal.

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada 2018.

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Published on December 29, 2021