Maybe they will get to it someday.
Let's wait and see.
For me, there's less obfuscation in the story of Mohammad.
As I understand the story, The Gin (NHE's) picked Mohammad up one day while meditating and took him by Flying Saucer to Jerusalem which is alleged to be the old Space Port in the Middle East.
When Mohammad says "Make the Mountain come to me" he's obviously talking as though he was recounting some sort of flying experience.
In terms of Remote-Viewing, Islam already has it. There's already offshoots of Islam familiar with various types of Trances, which loosely corelates to Remote-Viewing. As an example, there's this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sufi_whirling
As someone who has spent some time in the Middle East and poked around in Islam, I think that the information that you are asking for is already available.
There are really good descriptions already of Mohammads journey and interactions with the Gin and NHE's.
The Black Cube is another version of the Triskellion, except that it's drawn in a way that helps you to understand multidimensionality. It also shows the three realms of existance.
- The G-d Realm, or the ultra-implicit.
- The Spiritual Realm, or the Implicit
- Physical Reality, or the Explicit
By looking at the cube from the correct angle, it's hoped that you can see it, which is how the Universe is all held together.