Jana Rogge (43) started as an artist, studied visual communication at the Bauhaus University Weimar and graduated with a diploma as a graphic designer (2001). Her diploma topic was the investigation of hypertext-based research methods using the written legacy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. After graduating, she received an invitation from the Ludwig Wittgenstein Archive in Cambridge to do her doctorate there, but declined this invitation because she had been running an advertising agency in Weimar for several years and wanted to concentrate on graphic work.
From 2003 to 2010, in addition to her work in the agency, Jana Rogge had a teaching position at the Bauhaus University in Weimar and taught the basics of visual design and perception theory. In 2013 she sold her shares in the agency, which now has 18 employees, and started all over again. In her new company, she also works in the field of visual design, and she has also founded two publishing houses.
In 2020 Jana Rogge began her training in remote viewing. The first contact with the topic was in 2019, prepared by around ten years of personal experience with non-local awareness. The training in Germany comprised CRV / TRV up to level 6. This was followed by further training with, among others, David Morehouse, Gunther Rattay and Paul H. Smith.
Theo Fischer (42) was a voice actor at a young age (1991–1998) and immediately afterwards began an independent professional life as a manager for several sales development companies. For ten years, since 2009, he moved to Asia as the owner of several online companies. After returning to Germany, he followed his creative streak and established himself as an artist under the Stage3Art label. The name is also an allusion to his artistic implementation of remote viewing impressions from level 3.
He came across the topic of remote viewing in 2019 after a random Twitter post that led him to research in the CIA library. He was quickly caught up in the vast amount of files and data that he found and began to teach himself the CRV protocol. Further research then brought him into contact with the German remote viewing scene, where he also received his level 6 certificate in CRV / TRV. This was followed by further education and training with, among others, David Morehouse, Paul H. Smith and Gunther Rattay.
Shortly after completing their remote viewing training, Jana Rogge and Theo Fischer met while looking for contacts in the German remote viewing scene. From the common interest and the need to learn more about the background of the method, a multi-layered joint work developed. In the meantime, we have accumulated more than 600 CRV sessions. They founded a company – PSI unit – to bring remote viewing into operational use.
Following their own thirst for knowledge, both invested many hours in research and began to investigate the origin and development of remote viewing protocols from the beginning until today. They asked questions and spoke to many key people in the RV scene, including method co-founders Russell Targ and Hal Puthoff, former military viewers such as Paul H. Smith and David Morehouse, researchers and networkers. They broaden their horizons with various additional trainings in the international field.
The exchange with the German RV scene made it clear that access to original language sources and current discussions is rather poor. In some cases, the language barrier also plays a role, for example in a scientific context. Therefore, Jana and Theo have developed several concepts to improve this interface. One of their missions is to build the largest German-language online knowledge database on the subject of remote viewing.
Another is the establishment of the PSI.vision Institute, which will actively try to conduct research in the field of remote viewing and thus improve knowledge transfer and networking among German RVers. The institute and the (in-house) publishing house are establishing a series of scientific publications that will be bilingual (en / de) and will offer translations of historical sources as well as current studies.
Issue 1 was released in December 2021 and is available at Amazon and on the Publisher’s Webshop.