Monday, 29 June 2015

Parapsychology: Remote Viewing & UFOs

Remote Viewing
In 1975, the US government launched the Stargate Project, a research program to study parapsychological phenomena, including remote viewing.

Despite the research program running on for a total of twenty years and experiments into remote viewing costing a total of $20,000, the US government claimed that the program ended in 1995 with no useful results and it was soon labelled as pseudoscience. Earlier less sophisticated research into remote viewing had a higher success rate reporting between 5-15% success with remote viewers. According to Jim Schnabel, after the US government discovered that China and Russia were running ESP research programs, they would occasionally finance their own ESP projects from the time of World War II up until the 1970s.

The AIR report concluded that the program produced no useful intelligence data. David Goslin of the American Institute of Research stated:

"there is no documented evidence it had any value to the intelligence community".

Others would disagree!

Nick Pope, formerly of the UK's MoD (Ministry of Defence), claims he has seen remote viewing experiments being carried out with surprisingly successful results himself first-hand. Rather intriguingly, according to declassified FBI documents, it seems as though the FBI may have been using remote viewing to find out more about UFOs.

One FBI document, available at the FBI Vault website, contains information from a remote viewer which reads:

"A very serious situation may develop at any time with regard to the 'flying saucers'. If one of those should be attacked, the plane will almost certainly be destroyed. In the public mind this might create near panic and international suspicion."

and:
  • "Parts of the discs carry crews, others are under remote control."
  • "Their mission is peaceful. The visitors contemplate settling on this plane."
  • "These visitors are human-like but much larger in size."

Of course, many remote viewers and channelers are also proponents of the reptilian agenda and/or the pole-shift hypothesis. However, people such as psychological illusionist, Derren Brown, have already proven that the results of remote viewing can be manipulated with the use of subliminal suggestion.
 
So, that would mean that remote viewing is indeed real and that it really works but there must always be a source of information.

The question is, who was the source of information for the reptilian agenda/pole-shift hypothesis proponents and were they telling the truth or manipulating the situation?

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4 comments:

Debbie Allen said...

I knew someone that was empl;oed by the government to do remote viewing. He died a few years back. He is missed. He was part Blackfoot Indian. They had him on high security.

Sparkster said...

I have no doubts that remote viewing is real. I have successfully managed to interact with other people using it.

Debbie Allen said...

Kind of cool and scary at the same time.

Sparkster said...

What's even scarier is that you can use similar techniques to make UFOs appear right in front of you, which is something else I have successfully learned how to do! And I have photographed them too!