In 2014, StarVision Communications discovered a phenomenon found in starlight while taking digital pictures of stars, planets, and the Moon. A very high percentage of the images contain intelligent information expressed as numbers, letters, ancient symbols, geometric structures, and various forms of life.
We developed a proprietary StarVision Protocol for taking pictures that utilizes off-the-shelf camera equipment without any unique or custom lenses, post-processing software, or other external processing devices. After more than seven years of taking pictures, we have built a database of images totaling approximately 80,000 high-resolution images. We are in the process of categorizing this massive and expanding database to help us identify pictures for retrieval, analysis, and statistical reporting.
Some images contain information that originated from the lives of those taking the pictures or otherwise involved in the process, meaning the conscious observer is associated with images found within the pictures.
We have successfully conducted experiments including a blind remote viewing experiment performed by one of our science team advisors from the Applied Precognition Project, which was remarkably successful. This experiment is being fully documented and will be added to this site for review.
SVC founder Rick Miller's initials appearing in a photo.
The origin of the StarVision Communications story dates back to the 2011 Dreamland Festival in Nashville, an annual gathering produced by Whitley Strieber, author of Communion and host of the Dreamland streaming radio program. The festival featured presentations by Whitley and other luminaries in the UFO, science, and paranormal world. Rick, founder and CEO of the California software company Adicio, Inc., joined a crowd of curious supporters of the presenters’ varied work.
On the last night of the event, Rick joined Whitley, session speaker and transformational psychic Marla Frees, and a few others who gathered under the stars on the hotel patio, sharing and listening to stories that mesmerized them all. Rick noticed that one particular “star” overhead did not move with the rotation of the earth. It stayed fixed directly overhead from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. This event inspired Rick to be reflective about his own life and he requested a session with Marla back in Los Angeles as soon as it could be scheduled.
The session that ensued opened up a dramatic encounter between Rick and his deceased father, who shed light on the actual circumstances around a car accident that left Rick seriously injured at age seven. Rick’s teenage brother Steve had been driving the car, and Rick’s father explained that Steve lost control of the car because he was very upset about a fight their parents were having at home. When Steve hit a tree at 60 miles per hour, Rick was ejected through the windshield. His jaw was broken in five places, his teeth had to be wired back together, and he lay in a coma for days.
Rick’s father said that the trauma of that accident was still impacting his life: “Rick,” his father said through Marla, “you don’t have this under control. You are still living with fear, frustration, and anger issues as a result of what happened with the car crash and your mom’s and my incessant fighting. Rick, I was failing in what mattered to me most. Just like you are now.” Rick knew his father was talking about the issues in his own marriage. His father told him this was his opportunity to heal by acknowledging his pain and taking responsibility for his actions.
As Marla describes it, “All of us have a loving, genuine, authentic self underneath the battle scars of trauma. Healing is a process of peeling away the various ideas and beliefs we have crafted to survive. When our intention is to grow up, be better, and find more ways to love, the Universe responds. In Rick’s case, his ‘star’ interest became manifest.”
The first “manifestation” took place three years later and seemed to validate Rick’s commitment to healing his family relationships. Late one night in November 2014, Rick noticed his wife Cheri staring out the living room window. She motioned him over and pointed to a very bright, non-moving light that seemed to be beaming directly into the room. Rick grabbed his point-and-shoot digital camera and began taking pictures aimed at the light. A few minutes later he used Google Sky to identify the bright light source as Sirius, the brightest star visible in the night sky.
The identification of the star explained its brilliance and stable position, but not the curious fascination it evoked in both Cheri and Rick. The star that seemed to reach out to Cheri became the focus of photographs that contained recognizable numbers and objects, as if Rick and Cheri’s healed relationship opened a doorway for a new methodology for consciousness to organize itself.
Two years later, again in November, the family went to the veterinary clinic to say a final goodbye to their beloved, elderly white Chihuahua, Aspen, whose health had failed. The morning after Aspen’s passing, Rick woke up very early. Sirius was still up and the sky was clear. Motivated by his lingering attraction to the star, he pointed his camera at it again and took a photo. As seen on this page, that photo contains a figure that appears to look like a white dog.
Perhaps consciousness organizing itself in this way is another unique form of how the chaos of grief can be systematized for “love” to once again find a way. Among the endless “channels” of interaction with consciousness, Rick’s star project may provide another appropriate medium for interacting with a larger consciousness system.