America's PSI SPIES Penetrate the Kremlin: The Secret History of Remote Viewing
Editor's note: Behind the doors of the CIA and U.S. Army Intelligence, science and ESP come together like a movie in the electrifying scenes of Jim Marrs' new book, PSI Spies: the True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program. The author of best-sellers that have revealed the secrets and the conspiracies of the Federal Government, Marrs traces in PSI Spies the evolution of remote viewing and the use of this mental technology from the hidden laboratories of the 1970s to a new generation of viewers now being trained by former PSI spies.
At the height of the Cold War an American intelligence officer prowled the hallways of the Kremlin in Moscow. Creeping up a staircase at the center of Soviet Russia's most secret intelligence operations, he suddenly froze when he saw a Soviet soldier on guard. Holding his breath, he slipped past the guard, who showed no reaction. Reaching his destination, the American passed through a locked doorway and began to study the maps on the walls.
He was no ordinary spy. Unseen by the guard, he had literally passed through a locked door because he was one of America's PSI Spies--military men trained in the use of a psychic technique known as remote viewing.
The PSI spy was able to penetrate the Kremlin with his mind, while his body lay on a cot in an obscure wood-framed building on the grounds of Fort Meade, Maryland. As he practiced a skill called "bi-location", physically he was in one place while mentally he was on the other side of the planet.
Previously known as clairvoyance, remote viewing is the ability to perceive people, places and things beyond the reach of our normal five senses. In one of the most rigorous and secret scientific investigations in history, it has been discovered that most humans can develop this skill that, scientists have found, is confined by neither time nor distance.
Despite extensive scientific study and operational use over a quarter of a century and through four separate White House administrations, few Americans know the true story of the remote viewing as it was studied and used by tax-supported government agencies, including the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the United States Army. Begun as an experimental response to psychic research that was being conducted behind the Iron Curtain in the 1960s, the use of secret remote viewing by both the East and the West may have helped end the Cold War. Remote viewing of distant planets has been verified by NASA space missions, and it may have explained the mysterious loss of both the Soviet Phobos II in 1989 and the U.S. Mars Observer in 1993; contact with these craft was lost as they entered orbit around the planet Mars.
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