THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S REMOTE VIEWING CULT

In 1979, when the DIA took over funding and tasking of remote viewing research, interest within intelligence and scientific circles was spreading rapidly. While the majority of folks who were in charge of funding and tasking of this specific government experimental research were believers, there was also a contingent of scientists who were not quite as enthusiastic about the subject matter under analysis. As Kenneth Kress pointed out in his analysis, many government insiders felt that SRI’s procedures and experimental controls were quite unscientific. By 1980, project “GRILL FLAME” was the collective code for all ongoing projects under the collective oversight of the DIA. SRI alone was estimated to run close to $1 million annually (Schnabel). (This is valued at $2.9 million in 2006)

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One Response to THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S REMOTE VIEWING CULT

  1. VisionVine says:

    Swann helped establish Scientology’s “Celebrity Center” in Los Angeles. According to Peter Tomkins and Chirstopher Bird, Swann “attributes his success to techniques he learned in Scientology”. Swann and Puthoff attended the First International Congress on Psychotronic Research in Prague, Czechoslovakia. “Ingo was there to present a paper on the Scientology paradigm as model for developing and exploring paranormal abilities.” (Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, pg 42) He is/was friends with Rep. Charlie Rose. He left the program in 1988.

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