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Learn the secrets of the government's psychic spies

Learn the secrets of the government’s psychic spies

An eight page document unearthed in the Central Intelligence Agency’s declassified archives offers a standardized procedure for remote viewing, the psychic espionage technique utilized by various agencies during the government’s decades-long researcher into the militarization of ESP.

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That time Secret Service asked government psychics to predict the future to prevent an undefined disaster (that never happened)

That time Secret Service asked government psychics to predict the future to prevent an undefined disaster (that never happened)

In late 1981, the U.S. Secret Service needed help locating someone. Unable to find the A-Team, they turned to the government psychics at Army Intelligence.

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The squiggle that convinced a CIA psychic to believe in themselves

The squiggle that convinced a CIA psychic to believe in themselves

Notes from a January 26th, 1990 remote viewing suggest that even the participants had grown to become a bit skeptical of the Central Intelligence Agency’s three decade long psychic research program - until one fateful session convinced one viewer that there may be something to this ESP thing after all.

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Did government psychics predict a Trump presidency?

Did government psychics predict a Trump presidency?

30 years ago, government remote viewers channeled Donald Trump’s Newsweek cover and got a “Alfred E. Neuman” vibe - and a possible glimpse of his eventual political ascendance.

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From the department of "Nailed It:" Army psychics take on the Nazca lines

From the department of “Nailed It:” Army psychics take on the Nazca lines

As part of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Project SUN STREAK, in 1990 an agency psychic was tasked with using remote viewing to describe the Nazca lines. Provided with encrypted coordinates, the alleged psychic “had many accurate perceptions of the site and no discernible incorrect ones.” This statement is somewhat extraordinary - but probably not for the reasons you imagine. Rather, it’s somewhat extraordinary because it’s immediately followed by a list of things the remote viewer got wrong.

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