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Old 09-12-2008, 02:22 AM   #1
Wanderer369
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Default PROOF THAT ALL HUMANS HAVE PSYCHIC ABILITIES - By the C.I.A.

The secret was out of the Bag in 1974; any human being can receive and transfer information psychically. The only thing lacking was an understanding of how to focus and develop this ability. Turns out the geniuses at Stanford Research Institute (with oversight by the CIA of course) discovered this by running scientific testing on known “Remote Viewers” who had developed partial control of this ability along with regular CIA volunteers, most of which just happened to be working in the building at the time.

The results are nothing less then proof positive evidence that all humans have psychic abilities. This was over 30 years ago; imagine the understanding they have over the human consciousness and its abilities today! If you look back far enough you will see that these people have had years to study human psychic abilities. Funded by billions of dollars, with teams of scientist using advanced computer modeling who have cracked the secrets of our minds.

Maybe that is what has them so scared; wanting to kill through war and starvation 2/3s of the population. Maybe the scarcest scenario to the “controllers” is the fact that we might wake up one day and realize the power that is within ourselves is greater than any government or advanced technology. Mind Control is easier to do then most people think, which is why people need to start learning how to use these abilities to protect themselves. Electromagnetic waves affecting our consciousness is nothing new, in fact its old news, just like this report.

THE FACT STILL STANDS…

EVERYONE has the power to LEARN HOW TO REMOTE VIEW, RECEIVE PSYCHIC INFORMATION, and TRANSMIT PSYCHIC INFORMATION and most importantly PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM MIND CONTROL if they so choose.

People have to know that it is possible…

KNOW THAT IT IS.

http://www.psitech.net/news/sri_pat.htm


{This file contains the text only from a recently declassified, formerly
SECRET report. (The actual pages themselves, complete with drawings,
cover, etc. are available for downloading in .gif format from
<alt.binaries.misc>. There are exactly 17 files - one for each page
including the cover - and are named <SPRV##.gif>.) It was declassified in
July 1995 and is one of three Remote Viewing documents declassified and
released by CIA so far. Seven more exist from the same time period.
This file was classified only SECRET. Numerous TOP SECRET Remote Viewing
documents were also produced during the same time period, none of them yet declassified or released. Also, three documents stamped "Politically
Sensitive Materials" with "Tickets" above TOP SECRET were also produced,
but not yet released, and are probably held within Dept of State, or NSC.
Comments by the preparer of the text file are in curved brackets ({ }).
Use of straight brackets ([ ]) denotes the enclosed text was in a box in
the original.}

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SRI
STANFORD RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Menlo Park, California 94025 U.S.A.
Final Report

Covering the Period January 1974 through February 1975

PERCEPTUAL AUGMENTATION TECHNIQUES

Part One--Executive Summary
By: Harold E. Puthoff and Russell Targ

Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory
SRI Project 3183
[Classified By: 027585 / Exempt From General Declassification Schedule of
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Approved by:
Earle Jones, Director
Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory
Bonnar Cox, Executive Director
Information Science and Engineering Division
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Approved For Release
Date July 1995
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UNCLASSIFIED
I OBJECTIVE
The goal of this program was to determine the extent to which certain
individuals obtain accurate information about their environment under
conditions thought to be secure against such access and without the use of
known human perceptual modalities.
The program was divided into two categories of approximately equal
effort--applied research and basic research.. The applied research effort
explored the operational utility of the above perceptual abilities. The
basic research effort was directed toward identification of the
characteristics of individuals possessing such abilities and the
determination of neurophysiological correlates and basic mechanisms
involved in such functioning.
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II SUMMARY
As a result of exploratory research on human perception carried out in
SRI's Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory, we observed the emergence
of a perceptual channel whereby certain individuals access and describe,
by means of mental imagery, randomly-chosen remote sites located several
miles or more away. In this final report, we document the study at SRI of
this human information-accessing capability which we call "remote
viewing," the characteristics of which appear to fall outside the range of
well-understood perceptual/information-processing abilities. This
phenomenon pertains to the ability of certain individuals to access and
describe, by means of internal mental processes, information sources
blocked from ordinary perception and generally accepted as secure against
such access. These individuals include not only SRI subjects, but
visiting staff members of the sponsoring organization who participated as
subjects in order to critique the protocol. Experiments carried out under
controlled laboratory conditions included the reproduction of line
drawings shielded against ordinary perception, the determination of the
electronic state of a four-state random number generator, and the viewing
of remote geographical locations, all at levels of statistical
significance p < 10 -6 {less than ten to the minus sixth power}. Our
initial work in this area has been reported in the open literature under
the title "Information Transmission Under Conditions of Sensory
Shielding," Nature 252, 18 October 1974, and reprinted in the IEEE
Communications 13, January 1975. A copy of this publication is included
as Appendix A of this report.
Since our initial work the phenomenon we have investigated most
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extensively is the ability of individuals to view remote geographical
1ocations (up to several thousand kilometers), given only coordinates
(latitude and longitude) or a person on whom to target. We have worked
with a number of individuals, including sponsor personnel, whose remote
perceptual abilities have been developed sufficiently to allow them at
times to describe correctly--often in great detail--geographical or
technical material such as buildings, roads, laboratory apparatus, and the
like.
The development of this capability at SRI has evolved to the point where
(a) visiting CIA personnel with no previous exposure to such concepts have
performed well under controlled laboratory conditions (that is, generated
target descriptions of sufficiently high quality to permit blind matching
of descriptions to targets by independent judges), and (b) subjects
trained over a one-year period have performed well under operational
conditions (that is, provided data of operational significance later
verified by independent sources). Our accumulated data thus indicate that
both specially selected and unselected persons can be assisted in
developing remote perceptual abilities to a level of useful information
transfer.
To indicate the level of proficiency that can be reached, we present four
examples generated by experienced subjects. The first category consists
of long-distance (trans-Atlantic) remote-viewing of a large stale
installation. The second category consists of two or more subjects
remote-viewing the same target, independently, which in this series was
technical apparatus. The third category consists of remote sensing of the
internal state of a piece of electronic equipment. The fourth category
consists of the perturbation of remote equipment.
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A. Category I: Long-Distance Remote Viewing
In order to subject the remote viewing phenomena to a rigorous
long-distance test under external control, a request for geographical
coordinates of a site unknown to subject and experimenters was forwarded
to the OSI group responsible for threat analysis in this area. In
response, SRI personnel received a set of geographical coordinates
(latitude and longitude in degrees, minutes, and seconds) of a facility,
hereafter referred to as The West Virginia Site. The experimenters then
carried out a remote viewing experiment an a double-blind basis, that is,
blind to experimenters as well as subject. The experiment had as its goal
the determination of the utility of remote viewing under conditions
approximating an operational scenario. Two subjects targeted on the
site, a sensitive installation. One subject drew a detailed map of the
building and grounds layout, the other provided information about the
interior including codewords, data subsequently verified by sponsor
sources (report available from COTR),
A long-distance remote viewing experiment was then carried out on a
sponsor-designated target of interest, a research center at Semipalatinsk,
USSR. The Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) furnished
map coordinates to the experimenters. The only additional information
provided was the designation of the target as an R&D test facility. The
experimenters then carried out a remote viewing experiment on a
doubleblind basis with a subject (S1)* trained in the SRI program.
Figure l(a) shows the subject's graphic effort for building layout;
Figure l(b) shows the subject's particular attention to a multistory
gantry crane he observed at the site. (Again, these results were obtained
on a double-blind basis
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* A key to numerical designations for subjects is available from the COTR.
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{drawing}
(a) SUBJECT EFFORT AT BUILDING LAYOUT
{drawing}
[b) SUBJECT EFFORT AT CRANE CONSTRUCTION
FIGURE I
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before exposure to the COTR-held information, thus eliminating the
possibility of cueing.) For comparison an artist's rendering of the
site, as known to the COTR (but not to contract personnel) is shown in
Figure 2(b), with crane detail shown in Figure 2(b). The exceptionally
accurate description of the multistory crane was taken as indicative of
probable target acquisition, and therefore the subject as introduced to
sponsor personnel who collected further data for evaluation. The
latter contained both additional physical data which were independently
verified by other sponsor resources, thus providing additional
calibration, and also initially-unverifiable data of current operational
interest. Several hours of tape transcript and a notebook full of
drawings were generated over a two-week period. A description of the data
and evaluation is contained in a separate report. -The results contained
noise along with the signal, but: were nonetheless clearly differentiated
from the chance results generated by control subjects in comparison
experiments carried out by the COTR.
B. Category II: Technology Series (Multiple)
A series of experiments designed to measure the resolution capability
of the remote viewing phenomenon were carried out within the
confines of
SRI. In each experiment a subject was asked to attempt to
describe remote
laboratory equipment, demarcated only by a target individual sent to a
location of interest by means of a random protocol outside the
experimenters' control. The experimenter remaining with the subject was
kept ignorant of the contents of the target pool to prevent cueing during
questioning. The subject was asked to describe the apparatus both verbally
(tape recorded) and by means of drawings. The sample presented here is
not an edited collection of "best ever" results, but rather consists of
the results of the entire collection of experiments directly involving
visiting CIA personnel in which
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{drawing}
(a) TARGET SITE
{drawing}
(b) CRANE COMPARISON
FIGURE 2
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UNCLASSIFIED
two or more subjects independently viewed an identical technological target.
The target for Experiment 1, a typewriter, was chosen by a sponsor staff
member during a site visit. The response drawn by the subject (S4), located
approximately 100 yards away, is shown on the right of Figure 3. The
target was re-used at a later date with another subject, resulting in the
response on the left.
The target for Experiment 2 was a Xerox machine, chosen by the COTR during
a site visit. In response the drawing on the right of Figure 4 was
generated by a second sponsor staff member who agreed to participate as a
subject in this one experiment in order to evaluate the protocol. The
target was re-used at a later date with an SRI subject (S2) in an
experiment under observation by sponsor personnel, resulting in the
response on the left. Finally, the same target came up for subject S3
during a random technological target series, resulting in the drawing in
the center.
The target for Experiment 3, a computer input-output unit, resulted in the
responses shown in Figure 5. The response on the left was generated by SRI
subject S4, the one on the right by a visiting sponsor staff member who
participated as a subject in a random technological target series.
Such results, generated in experiments with viewing windows of 15-min.
duration, indicate the presence of an information channel of useful bit
rate. Furthermore, it would appear that by correlating a number of
subject responses to a given target, we can obtain enhancement of the
signal-to-noise ratio.
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{photos}
TECHNOLOGY SERIES
TYPEWRITER TARGET
{drawing} {drawing}
SRI SUBJECT S3 RESPONSE SRI SUBJECT S4 RESPONSE
TA-760522-75
FIGURE 3 DRAWINGS BY TWO SUBJECTS OF A TYPEWRITER TARGET
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{photos}
TARGET LOCATION: XEROX MACHINE
(TECHNOLOGY SERIES)
{photo}
EXPERIMENTER WITH HIS
HEAD BEING XEROXED
(TO ADD INTEREST TO
TARGET LOCATION)
{drawing}
SRI SUBJECT S2 RESPONSE
{drawing}
SRI SUBJECT S3 RESPONSE
{drawing}
When asked to describe the square at upper left, the subject said, "There
was this pre-dominant light source which might have been a window, and a
working surface which might have been the slick, or a working surface or
desk." Earlier the subject had said, "I have the feeling that there is
something silhouetted against the window."
SPONSOR SUBJECT RESPONSE
TA-760522-74
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{photos}
TARGET: VIDEO MONITOR FOR TEXT EDITING (TECHNOLOGY SERIES)
{drawing}
SUBJECT DRAWING OF "BOX WITH LIGHT COMING OUT OF IT . . .
PAINTED FLAT BACK AND IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROOM"
SRI SUBJECT S4 RESPONSE
{drawing}
SECOND SUBJECT SAW A TEXAS INSTRUMENTS "SILENT 700"
COMPUTER TERMINAL
SPONSOR SUBJECT RESPONSE
SA-3183-B
FIGURE 5 DRAWING BY TWO SUBJECTS OF A VIDEO MONITOR TARGET
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C. Category III: Remote Sensing of Internal States of Electronic Equipment
To determine whether remote viewing could be extended beyond visual
perception to the sensing of the internal state of a piece of electronic
equipment, further experimentation was carried out with six subjects who
had shown an ability in remote viewing. The task was the determination of
the internal electronic state of a four-state random number generator (p =
1/4 for each of four equal-probability outputs) whose characteristics had
been examined in detail to verify its randomness. The solid-state machine
has no moving parts and provides no sensory cut to the user as to its
target generation. (See Figure 6,) Although the task appeared more
difficult, one of six subjects consistently scored significantly better
than chance (p = 3 x lO -7) {p= three times ten to the minus seventh
power}. In the required 2500-trial run the latter obtained 17.4% more hits
(734) than would be expected by chance (625). When the subject was asked
to repeat the entire experiment at a later time, he was able to replicate
successfully a high scoring rate (11.5% more hits than expected by chance,
p = 4.8 x 10-4)
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{photo}
SA-2613-3
FIGURE 6
FOUR-STATE RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR
The printer to the right of the machine records data automatically on fan-fold
paper tape.
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D. Category IV: Perturbation of Remote Equipment
Additional experimentation was initiated to investigate the possibility
that the remote sensing channel may possess bilateral aspects; for
example, it might be possible to couple energy from an individual to a
remote location as well as in reverse. To test this hypothesis,
experiments were carried out with a sensitive magnetometer in an adjoining
laboratory as the remote target. Use of an ORD-developed magnetometer was
arranged by ORD personnel. In a series of thirteen 10-trial runs with 50
seconds per trial, perturbations of the magnetometer by a subject gifted
in remote viewing were obtained under a strict randomization protocol,
yielding a positive result significant at the p = 0.004 level. Because
of the potential significance and implications of such findings, we intend
to collect considerable additional data before arriving at a hard
conclusion. Nonetheless, as a tentative conclusion there is evidence that
a piece of sensitive equipment can be perturbed by a subject during remote
viewing, thus implying that the information channel under investigation
may sustain energy transfer in either direction.
E. General Considerations
The primary achievement of the SRI program was the elicitation of high
quality remote viewing by individuals who agreed to act as subjects.
Criticism of this claim could in principle be put forward on the basis of
three potential flaws: (1) the study could involve naiveti in protocol
which permits various forms of cueing, intentional or unintentional; (2)
the experiments discussed could be selected out of a larger pool of
experiments of which many are of poorer quality; (3) data for the reported
experiments could be edited to show only the matching elements, the
non-matching
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elements being discarded.
All three criticisms, however, are invalid. First, with regard to cueing,
the use of double-blind protocols ensures that no person in contact with
the subject can be aware of the target. Second, no selection of
experiments for reporting takes place; every experiment is entered as
performed on a master log and is included in the statistical evaluations.
Third, data associated with a given experiment remain unedited; all data
associated with an experiment are tape recorded and included unedited in
the data package to be judged, evaluated, etc. Finally, the entire
unedited file of tape recordings, transcripts and drawings for every
experiment is available to the COTR and others in the scientific
community for independent analysis.
The observed results outlined in A through D above (target acquisition,
equipment description, electronic state specification, and perturbation of
instrument operation) may together constitute different aspects of a
single remote coupling phenomenon. With regard to understanding the
phenomenon itself, the precise nature of the information channel coupling
remote locations is not yet understood. However, we can show that its
characteristics are compatible with both quantum theory and information
theory and with recent developments in research on brain function.
Therefore, our working assumption is that the phenomenon of interest does
not lie outside the purview of modern physics and with further work will
yield to analysis and specification.
Further, with an eye toward future subject selection, subjects possessing
a well-developed natural ability in the area under consideration underwent
complete physical, psychological, and neuropsychological profiling, the
results of which suggest the core of a screening procedure.
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Finally, it is concluded by the research contractors that the accrual of
experience in three years of successful effort constitutes an asset that
could be utilized in the future both for operational needs and for
training others in the development and use of the remote sensing
capability.
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Old 09-12-2008, 02:37 AM   #2
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Default Re: PROOF THAT ALL HUMANS HAVE PSYCHIC ABILITIES - By the C.I.A.

wow! I skimmed thru it all, as I was excited, but Im going to go back and read it all again now. Thanks soo much for the post! Great stuff !! Im sure ill have more when I properly read it. Praises,
Blessings to you and yours, mate.
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Old 09-12-2008, 04:06 AM   #3
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Umm, can I say it all looks Familiar?
Harold Putoff, Russ Targ, Ingo Swann, Pat Price, and Charlie Tart. all the usual suspects.
Pat died several years ago, I believe the rest are still alive.
It wasn't Billions of Dollars, maybe a few Million, but it was still a lot in those days. Ingo has a wonderful website, google it and read everything, he is still at the top of his Game.
Imagine, a group of geeks in skinny ties playing hide-and- seek on the Governments Dime Not only that but Russ and Charlie may have dropped some Government paid for LSD while researching their book, "States of Consciousness"
Those were the days, no cash machines, no internet, one Mainframe Computer in the Physics lab powered by FORTRAN and COBOL, free parking, etc.
Now that the word is out about PSI, there is zero funding.
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