The secret project that used remote viewing
(Part 1) A mental or psychic ability that is believed to have only been identified and developed in modern times (20th century), I discovered that it was already known from ancient biblical times. I am referring to what is now called distance vision or traveling clairvoyance. Remote viewing is “the psychic ability to psychically ‘see’ events, sites or information at a great distance” without having been there. It has been secretly studied and studied for over 20 years by scientists at the Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park, California. Known by the code name Stargate, the study was funded by several military intelligence organizations, including the Central Intelligence Agency and others.
Although widely criticized, it was secretly backed by five US government administrations. The project was only known to upper echelons of government. The Stargate project to investigate remote viewing was prompted by persistent rumors from the USSR that the Russians had developed mediums capable of decoding military codes and locating nuclear missile sites without being there.
These rumors were further reinforced with the publication of the best-selling book “Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain” by Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder, bringing with them documents showing that the Soviet Union was at least 50 years ahead of the States. -United. in psychic research. In fact, Americans never really thought much about or paid much attention to psychic research, which in Russia was taken very seriously. To verify or confirm whether any of these rumors were true, the US government secretly tasked the Stanford Research Institute) to investigate whether such mental powers actually exist. The task fell into the hands of two physicists, Rusell Targ and Harold Puthoff, who knew nothing about psychic abilities such as clairvoyance, telepathy or telekinesis, so they had to start from scratch.
At the beginning, the two physicists were assisted by two extraordinary mediums, the artist Ingo Swann and the former police officer Harry Price. Later, other psychics, including the psychic and Israeli liar Uri Geller, were investigated by the two, and they were convinced that their reputed psychic powers were true.
They then developed the standard protocol for performing what they called remote viewing by asking for volunteers. One volunteer (called A) stayed at the IRS while another volunteer, B, was asked to go as far as he wanted without telling anyone where he was going. He was to stay there for 30 minutes and write down everything he observed.
Meanwhile, back at IRS, volunteer A was also asked to describe in writing what B saw in detail. After so many months of such experiments, the volunteers achieved an accuracy of at least 80 to 90 percent that could not have been achieved by chance. The result was statistically significant, proving the existence of such mental capacity.
The two scientists then began securing assignments or jobs with military and defense intelligence agencies to examine military targets, with great success. Some viewers turned out to be more precise and detailed than others.
The funding therefore continued for more than 20 years, despite some criticism and objections from some government agencies. In the 1990s, Project Stargate came to an end, with some claiming they had found no significant value in intelligence gathering. However, I have discovered that remote viewing is not a newly discovered psychic ability in humans; only the name is new. He has been known since biblical times.
Next week, in Part 2 of this column, I will discuss three early examples of what is now called remote viewing. The first is the story of the prophet Elisha, in the Book of Kings, in the Christian Bible. The second is the experiment carried out by King Croeses of Lydia (now Turkey) in 560-546 BC.
(To be continued)
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