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    Default CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    One of the 13 million recently declassified CIA documents that have been released online at the CIA's "reading room" details a remote viewing session on May 22nd 1984 in which the subject was only given coordinates and a time frame in a sealed envelope.

    The description of what was remotely seen is interesting, not only for the details of what was remotely seen but also for the fact that the CIA would even be interested in the "dead" planet Mars as a target to begin with. Also interesting is that the coordinates used in this remote viewing experiment correspond to those of Cydonia, a famous Martian location most recently connected with the "face on Mars" and what some have called a half-buried pyramid grouping.

    The remote viewer was handed a sealed envelope. The envelope was not opened until after the session. Inside was a 3x5 card on which the following was printed as the remote viewing target:

    "The planet Mars.
    The time of interest approximately
    1 million years B.C."


    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00760001-9.pdf
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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Thanks boolacalaca

    That was fascinating.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Download (Rightclick / Save as ..):
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00760001-9.pdf

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Interesting. These huge beings I believe I have seen evidence of their remains on earth. Their measurements were in miles not feet. They may have come to Earth. After that, I believe it is possible they found a way to shrink themselves to smaller sizes. Those who could not make it for some reason expired without being buried. I understand scientists are now talking about shrinking the present human race AGAIN. This time our lizards may become our prehistoric monsters, unless they shrink everything on the surface of the planet.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Quote Posted by amor (here)
    Interesting. These huge beings I believe I have seen evidence of their remains on earth. Their measurements were in miles not feet. They may have come to Earth. After that, I believe it is possible they found a way to shrink themselves to smaller sizes. Those who could not make it for some reason expired without being buried. I understand scientists are now talking about shrinking the present human race AGAIN. This time our lizards may become our prehistoric monsters, unless they shrink everything on the surface of the planet.
    Does that not sound more like he was hypnotized than remote viewing????none the less very interesting.Hopefully there will be much more.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Any chance this could be a misinformation release, fabricated by the CIA? If not, then just wow.

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    The old Lyrians say the pramids were built originally as shelter from a rouge comet they called the destroyer... the same comet destroyed their homeworld and forced them into our neck of the woods... the remote view sounds like our ancestors , the old Lyrians...
    Raiding the Matrix One Mind at a Time ...

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Fascinating, thanks for sharing. Are there any more interesting remote viewing exercises from those archives?

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

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    I've never heard of this kind of remote viewing target being given that early. I'd certainly like to see and know more, but it does look like a valid RV session.

    If that session was released, maybe more were, also. Because it's a scan of the document itself, the content isn't searchable. (The pages are images, not text.)

    (Of course, it could be convincingly faked, for unknown purposes, by the CIA themselves. But it could be only found by accident. As above, there's no way to search for it.)

    The RVer describes the 'Martians' as very tall and thin. Of course, that fits with a species that's evolved on a lower-gravity planet. Mars' gravity is 38% of ours, which suggests that a biped could easily be 10-12 ft tall, without a massive skeletal structure to support the weight.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...0005284227.pdf

    (Thats just one of hundreds of Protocols) Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00290001-5.pdf
    Interesting in the above Protocol:
    ERV = Extended Remote Viewing
    CRV = Coordinate Remote Viewing
    WRV = Written Remote Viewing


    PROJECT STAR GATE BRIEFING SLIDES
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00210005-8.pdf

    Another Remote Viewing Protocol:
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00700001-6.pdf

    These are just a handful of Documents regarding Remote Viewing (Project Star Gate). I tried to pick out the more interesting ones, but there are tons of others. Njoy
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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Another remote viewing document from the CIA reading room about Mars -- this time the target location was the Viking I Lander Site.
    The date of this remote viewing session was November 25th, 1986.
    Interestingly, the remote viewer's post-session impressions were listed as:

    "Although the signal line indicates that there is a structure at this location, it is like no structure I can relate to, almost as if it is of another dimension. It's like something one would expect to find on the planet Mars. The strange thing about this site/structure is that it seemed to change color. The structure itself was never 'visible.'"

    The remote viewer's drawing of the area/structure with the changing colors is intriguing for the concentric circles of varying color being described.

    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00240001-4.pdf
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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

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    In this document (see post #12 above)"Remote Viewer: LB" is likely to be Lyn Buchanan.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Drug trafficing
    download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00600003-6.pdf

    more Remote Viewing Stuff:
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00530001-9.pdf


    AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE REMOTE VIEWING QUALITY USING HYPNOSIS
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00180001-1.pdf


    Countermeasures
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00050001-5.pdf
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    DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DT-S) PRESENTS A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF PROJECT SUN STREAK
    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00240001-2.pdf

    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00230001-3.pdf

    Download:
    https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...00030003-5.pdf
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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Unfortunately, the way that embedded PDF documents are displayed using our forum software and typical web browser clients, many visitors to this page were unable to even load the page. Their browsers and internet connections could not handle the load.

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    Default Re: CIA Remote Viewer Goes To Mars - May 22, 1984

    Almost fell through the floor when I read this document. Its gold, The perception of scale being off may be like a dot connector for some people.Its so strange but my particular perception of the channels cut into the valleys were that they were environments for habitation in the sides of these canyons which were mentioned earlier. The session seems back to front in places or maybe there are parts missing. But its just an opinion and may not be the case at all.

    I got a lump in my throat reading the conversation about the people living beyond there time and age then waiting in the hope of survival.

    The session read like Ingo swan was involved , feel like an emotional wreck after reading but very glad you posted this Boolacalaca.

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