I do find your book very interesting and trust that future discourse can spawn a better understanding of "the Man in The Ice". I would be interested in future cooperation in the field of tziology./// The Otzi book was very good. Now I'm no historian or expert on archeology but it's good to see Remote Viewing put to use in such manner and with excellent results. I just hope the archeology and historical community find it of some use. What have you done to spread the knowledge in this book to these guys?/// I liked this story the best of any of them. The color photos of the mountains are beautiful. Not too much science. Seems very logical that he...(see inside)... and his equipment spread out as it did./// I found the sketches and description of how tzi died very revealing and once again show cases just how good Joe (McMoneagle) is as a world class remote viewer./// Great graphics! Our best ideas come when we have to defend our biased views. Thanks for the challenge. We can always agree to disagree without being disagreeable. You have the advantage of having McMoneagle on your side./// From the Italian Museum: "We are actually organizing a special exhibition on the 20th anniversary of the Iceman's found. (finding) The exhibit will start in March 2011 and end on January. We would like to show the drawing of tzi among other reproductions of tzi (how he may have looked). How can we obtain the rights to show this (your) drawing to our visitors? Of course we will mention the author/owner of the copyright as written in the book." South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology / S dtiroler Arch ologie-museum / Museo Archeologico dell' Alto Adige, Bolzano, Italy - tzi's resting place./// Having been part of a group in the mid 1980's that worked to solve cold-case murders using psychometry, the Army's RV program certainly was exciting to consider, when I heard about it.