Jon Noble. Since experiencing remote viewing for himself in a week-long conference with pioneers Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz in 2010, Jon has made it a mission to promote the practice and introduce it to others. To help spread the word he started a remote viewing practice group in 2011, with the goal of providing an open, friendly environment in which to discuss and practise remote viewing. The group continues to meet regularly in Manhattan, NYC. As well as Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz, Jon has trained with remote viewing luminaries Skip Atwater and Paul H. Smith. Jon is an advocate of all forms of remote viewing. In May 2018 Jon was elected to the board of the International Remote Viewing Association. Jon runs Focal Point, IRVA's online target practice programme, and publishes practice targets on the website related to his book, Natural Remote Viewing - A practical guide to the mental martial art of self-discovery at www.NaturalRemoteViewing.com Originally from South East England, Jon is based in Brooklyn, NYC.
Jon Noble's book is an honest-to-goodness lighthouse in the choppy seas of remote viewing theory and praxis. Here you can learn what we do and don't know about the nature of RV, how to explore it personally, and most importantly, discover something remarkable about your very self. Highly recommended. - John Cook, President, International Remote Viewing Association