Government to determine any potential military application of psychic phenomena. The programwas eventually terminated in 1995, because it had failed to produce any useful intelligenceinformation.
Like many other belief systems that are born from any pseudo-scientific examination ofparanormal concepts
, the government’s analysis of the psychic phenomenon eventually resulted
in a whole community of believers within the government’s scientific community.
In 1979, when the DIA took over funding and tasking of remote viewing research, interest withinintelligence and scientific circles was spreading rapidly.Fort Meade, Maryland
was the location where the NSA and the Army’s INSCOM conducted a
majority of the RV research. In 1979, very few individuals knew of the existence of the
government’s RV program.
According to a particular Army memo: “Access is limited to those
l approved on a ‘by name’ basis
It was at this point when most of the military
folks began undergoing Swann’s “training” procedures, which were mostly based uponthe principles of Scientology’s “auditing” procedures.
Listed here are the individuals who were influenced either directly or indirectly from their
interactions with SRI labs, remote viewing research, and/or the established “training/auditing”
procedures that were involved.
In almost all cases, you can see how this period of “research” in
overnment’s history resulted in the formation of a cult, of sorts.
Today, you can find most
of these individuals still actively supporting a set of beliefs that’s based more on
warped faiththan on science.
Members of the U.S. Government Remote Viewing Cu
lt of the 1970′s
The following comes from “Doc Hambone’s” research
From 1978 to 1988, Skip Atwater was the Operations and Training Officer forU.S. Army Intel remote viewing surveillance program. He worked closely with the SRI RVprogram and trained intelligence personnel to remote view. After retiring in 1988, becameResearch Director at The Monroe Institute
he has published technical research on methodsfor expanding consciousness.