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Remote Viewing Explained

Remote Viewing Explained

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Published by holisicra
Article on remote viewing, it's applications explained, use as an art, techniques, training, and Secrets
Article on remote viewing, it's applications explained, use as an art, techniques, training, and Secrets

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Published by: holisicra on Feb 28, 2012
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 ==== ====Interested in the Paranormal and Items of High Strangeness?Visit Http://holisticrats.com/social ==== ====Remote Viewing is essentially ESP (extrasensory perception) done systematically throughlearning special training techniques. To learn and get into the "how to" requires technical andscientific training. Remote Viewing gained recognition and influence during the Cold War when it began being usedby the CIA and U.S. military against the Soviet Union in order to psychically "see" secret weaponprograms being developed by them. Nobody really knows how Remote viewing works, but what is known is that it does indeed work.There are many experts present online who have done an excellent job at explaining thisfascinating topic. Some of them were involved in TOP SECRET U.S. military projects. In 1972 Stanford Research Institute (SRI) laser physicist Hal Puthoff tested remote viewer IngoSwann, and the experiment led to a visit from two employees of the CIA's Directorate of Scienceand Technology. The result was a $50,000 CIA-sponsored project. The initial CIA-funded project was later renewed and expanded. A number of CIA officialsincluding John McMahon, then the head of the Office of Technical Service and later the Agency'sdeputy director, became strong supporters of the program. A struggle between unbelievers and believers in the sponsor organizations provided much of the"how to" training program's actual drama. Each side seems to have been utterly convinced thatthe other's views were wrong. In the early 1990s the Military Intelligence Board, chaired by DIA chief Soyster, appointed an ArmyColonel, William Johnson, to manage the remote viewing unit and evaluate its objectiveusefulness. According to an account by former SRI-trained remote-viewer, Paul Smith (2005),Johnson spent several months running the remote viewing unit against military and DEA targets,and ended up a believer, not only in remote viewing's validity as a phenomenon but in itsusefulness as an intelligence tool. After the Democrats lost control of the Senate in late 1994, funding declined and the program wentinto decline. The project was transferred out of DIA to the CIA in 1995, with the promise that itwould be evaluated there, but most participants in the program believed that it would beterminated. Remote viewing was popularized in the 1990s, following the declassification of documents relatedto the Stargate Project, a 20 million dollar research program sponsored by the U.S. FederalGovernment to determine any potential military application of psychic phenomena. The program

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