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pjrv : Messages : 593-595 of 4038
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/593?) 2006/06/30 21:53:22
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#593

From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Fri Aug 23, 2002 4:51 am Subject: Re: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle ozblueriver Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi PJ, Sounds like a great opportunity. I'll have a think and get back to you. When do you need the questions in by? Cheers, Liz ------------------------ Moderator's note: By Sep 1 would be good. -- PJ Reply | Forward

#595

From: "Jerry Pople" Date: Fri Aug 23, 2002 12:44 am Subject: Re: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle popes53 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 I would like to know how RV has changed his fundamental beliefs about God and spirituality. What does he believe? Jerry pjrv : Messages : 589-601 of 4038
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/589?) 2006/06/30 21:54:18
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#589

From: "dennanm" Date: Thu Aug 22, 2002 11:28 pm Subject: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle dennanm Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Well on the recent topics, including some gripes I had, I've been talking to Joe (McMoneagle) about some of this, and his responses were interesting (far more specific and less broad than for example, what was quoted from his book). This gave me an idea, and he agreed. He'll be gone for awhile in Japan, so during that time, I'd like to put together an RV Oasis interview (email discussion). It should focus (a) on his new book since that's coming out like... right now... and I told him it would hoping he'd agree for the internet press :-) -- and (b) on any specific, serious question about anything PJRV Members might want to ask him. About RV, or his experience, whatever. The questions should each be not more than a couple normal sentences, or we'll have a question file that is a zillion bytes long and he's pretty busy. Don't bother asking about government secrets, like is the gov't still doing RV or whatever. He wouldn't tell you anyway so why ask. :-) But if there is something you would like to ask him, all members can contribute. (Note: I have no idea what will come of this. If there are a zillion questions I might have to arbitrarily decide which ones to use. But for now I'm assuming that I'll just use what I get.) Send me email with your Q's and before I send to him, I'll post it here, so anything y'all think should be added, removed or improved we can do. It's a good chance to ask a great viewer with an extensive and full- spectrum RV background any questions you've got lurking around. PJ Reply | Forward

#591

From: "k9caninek9" Date: Thu Aug 22, 2002 11:38 pm Subject: Re: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle k9caninek9 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi PJ, I have seen these type of internet Q and As before. I usually like them but get really torqued when half of the answers turn out to be 'it's in the book.' I think that answer should be outlawed! It's not like people will decide not to read the book just cuz he answered a few questions already! Anyway, you don't have to put this one through if it's too far off topic, but I just had to have my little rant. LOL! -E --------------------- Moderator's note: I agree. My thoughts were that questions on the book should probably be aimed more toward what he hoped to accomplish with it, got out of writing it, and the many other questions about the book, experience, etc., rather than 101 questions that amount to, "What's the book about?" I'll cover that probably in an 'intro' to the final interview. It IS convenient to refer to a book with two pages of discussion on something if a question comes up about that very topic. However, THIS book, is very different than his others, though much of Mind Trek was also autobiographical. This is not every detail about RV; it's more about his life experience from babyhood to currently, which includes his viewing, and his 'star gate' program experience, and combat, and his relationships and child, and stuff like that. It's a highly "personal" book. So I don't think most RV questions will end up being something 'in the book'. They might however be in the previously published RV Secrets book. ;-) But, be direct and specific about whatever the question, I think he will answer. -- PJ Reply | Forward

#596

From: "k9caninek9" Date: Fri Aug 23, 2002 1:11 am Subject: Re: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle k9caninek9 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 OK, here's some. Preface all these with the obvious caveat that the info is not classified or something like that: -Describe worst rv experience ever -Describe best rv experience ever -Describe weirdest rv experience ever -Describe scariest rv experience ever -Describe strongest skill area in rv -Describe weakest skill area in rv -Describe the one session done by someone else that most impressed the hell out of you -General description of the kinds of paid work you are currently doing. Obviously, names can't be named, but I am curious what kinds of general apps are often requested. -Describe the target (oops, nevermind that one. ;-) -E Reply | Forward

#594

From: "Docrose_22" Well on the recent topics, including some gripes I had, I've been > talking to Joe (McMoneagle) about some of this, and his responses > were interesting (far more specific and less broad than for example, > what was quoted from his book). > > This gave me an idea, and he agreed. He'll be gone for awhile in > Japan, so during that time, I'd like to put together an RV Oasis > interview (email discussion). > > It should focus (a) on his new book since that's coming out like... > right now... and I told him it would hoping he'd agree for the > internet press :-) -- and (b) on any specific, serious question about > anything PJRV Members might want to ask him. About RV, or his > experience, whatever. > > The questions should each be not more than a couple normal sentences, > or we'll have a question file that is a zillion bytes long and he's > pretty busy. > > Don't bother asking about government secrets, like is the gov't still > doing RV or whatever. He wouldn't tell you anyway so why ask. :-) > > But if there is something you would like to ask him, all members can > contribute. (Note: I have no idea what will come of this. If there > are a zillion questions I might have to arbitrarily decide which ones > to use. But for now I'm assuming that I'll just use what I get.) > > Send me email with your Q's and before I send to him, I'll post it > here, so anything y'all think should be added, removed or improved we > can do. > > It's a good chance to ask a great viewer with an extensive and full- > spectrum RV background any questions you've got lurking around. > > PJ Reply | Forward

#601

From: "scottrver" Date: Fri Aug 23, 2002 1:14 pm Subject: Re: Kinda Cool: RV Oasis Interviews McMoneagle scottrver Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 First thought: What things about psi and RV interest him currently and what questions would he ultimately like to see answered? Scott

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