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Remote Viewing (RV) is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target, purportedly using extra sensory perception (ESP) or "sensing with mind". The Big Five (P5) employed various RV studies and techniques during the Cold War. The CIA conducted bogus studies so they could report that the “Results were nonsignificant”.[1] The US intelligence communities’ “nonsignificant” RV studies lasted some twenty years in competition with Russia and China.[2]

Application

The primary application for Remote Viewing, as employed by any of the Big Five (P5), is to predict the movements of a target ahead of time, as much as 24 hours (or more) into the future, over long distances.[1] Once the general location of the target is determined, GPS tracking is used for precision to deploy any means necessary to acquire the target (See Iridium-Kosmos collision).

United States

In the United States, Remote Viewing (RV) was a main study of the DIA’s Star Gate Project. US intelligence officials categorized RV as “psychoenergetics”.[3]

Mars

A 2019 documentary on secret government ESP programs

Main: Remote viewing Mars

Jupiter

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CIA archives, Remote Viewing Jupiter on 27 April 1973 using two Remote Viewers simultaneously at two seperate locations. The Viewers were Harold Sherman and Ingo Swann.

Killing Osama

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What These Men DID.. Had The CIA SCARED.

In February 2006, Darkness Radio Episode 8: Precognition, Remote Viewing & The Stargate Program interviewed David Morehouse about the Stargate Project. A major question that was raised, was: Why haven't they found Osama bin Laden? (starts at 28:25)[4]

Five years later... on May 2nd, 2011, they did find Osama (Likely they knew his whereabouts much earlier).

See also

File:EXCLUSIVE The REAL CIA Psychic Spies Exposed

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