The Aurora Remote Viewing Group
Project Report: Remote Viewing The Nina Reiser Case
Introduction by Teresa Frisch, RN, Reiki Master / Teacher 6.30.09
September 3, 2006.
This is the day that Nina Reiser, age 31 and mother of two, went missing after dropping her children off at their father’s house. On July 7, 2008, her ex-husband, Hans, led authorities to a heavily wooded location and the place where her body lay buried in a four by four foot hole. It was less than a mile from his house.
A massive effort to locate Nina Reiser ensued in the twenty-odd months from her reported disappearance to the discovery of her body. Media coverage was high, utilizing newspapers, internet, magazines, television, and radio. The Committee to find Nina Reiser was formed. Friends offered a $15,000 reward and set up bulletin boards in Oakland and the surrounding areas. Strangers became friends and held candle light vigils. A website bearing her name was organized. Missing person websites monitored progress. The Oakland Police Department established a tip line and asked for help.
An organization called the Aurora Remote Viewing Group stepped up. Tasked blind and unaware of target or victim, the viewers gathered information and contacted the authorities involved. A written report was given to the Alameda County District Attorney’s office, which said it would look at the information.
The Aurora Remote Viewing Group has graciously allowed an expanded version of their report to be placed here on Aesthetic Impact. I had nothing to do with writing the report or the viewing involved, but I knew when I read it that I wanted to share it with as many people as possible. Written in retrospect as a teaching tool, the Aurora Group gives the public a candid, inside look at the potential of the evolving industry of remote viewing. It explains the history and basics of remote viewing and how information is communicated from the subconscious mind to the conscious mind before moving the reader through the process of viewer tasking, session work, re-tasking, and analysis. It explains and matches perceptions and sketches; it also points out some of their viewing mistakes as this chilling investigation unfolds.
The Nina Reiser case was highly publicized. The report is unaltered, posted here in its original .pdf form as it was given to me. I have included several links below for anyone interested in supplementing the information given by the group in their report.
The Aurora Group requests that any questions or comments be directed to them at www.the-aurora-group.com. On behalf of many in the remote viewing community, I want to extend a sincere and heartfelt "thank-you" to the Aurora Remote Viewing Group for their humanitarian viewing and teaching efforts. We need more people like you.