The PSI unit cooperation was founded by Theo Fischer and Jana Rogge in 2020 as the first project in the meanwhile large Remote Viewing network with the aim to promote the establishment of Remote Viewing as a service. To achieve this goal, a comprehensive education of the recipients about the essence and history of the Remote Viewing method turned out to be necessary. This resulted in the project of the PSI unit glossary, which in the long run aspires to be the most comprehensive online database on Remote Viewing available in the digital space. Quickly the project became international and further other projects were launched.
PSI Core is led by Theo Fischer, who is a PSI unit and PSI.vision founding member. Theo is a trained remote viewer in 4 different methods, and leads a team of qualified remote viewers and analysts.
Theo Fischer was a voice actor at a young age 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 stage 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 stage 6 certificate in CRV / TRV. This was followed by further education and training with, among others, David Morehouse, Paul H. Smith and Tom McNear.