Imagine psychic intelligence agents capable of remotely reading top secret files and visualising the exact layout of military installations thousands of kilometres away, reading the minds of the enemy's civilian and military leaders and altering their thought processes, even killing them through psychic attacks. According to U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency, Soviet research into parapsychology was aimed at, "Remotely viewing the contents of top secret U.S. documents, monitoring the movement of troops and ships, 'moulding' the thoughts of key U.S. military and civilian leaders, causing the instant death of any U.S. official and disabling U.S. military equipment, including space craft."
Imagine psychic intelligence agents capable of remotely reading top secret files and visualising the exact layout of military installations thousands of kilometres away, reading the minds of the enemy’s civilian and military leaders and altering their thought processes, even killing them through psychic attacks. This 1s not a science-fiction scenario conjured up by the fertile imagination of an Isaac Asimov or an Arthur C. Clark, but research being conducted in the intelligence laboratories of several countries. The Orwellian prophecy has finally come true, ‘No matter where you hide, Big Brother is watching.
In a book entitled, ‘remote viewing’, Tim Rifat has revealed for the first time how, at the height of the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the United States were engaged in exploring paranormal phenomena in a search for developing new intelligence technologies and psychic weapons. Thus, began the relatively little known ‘inner-space’ arms race between the two superpowers, based on bio-physical and ‘psychotronic’ weapons, which had the potential to drive mad and even kill entire populations.
Scientists in Russia have studied parapsychology since the early 1920s. Though Stalin had banned research into the paranormal on the grounds that it smacked of superstition, the taboo was lifted in 1960 and a scientific exploration of the potential of psychic energy (PSI) was undertaken. A nationwide search was carried out to spot talented psychics. Mystics with extra sensory perception (ESP) capabilities were rounded up from Siberia.
Soviet cosmonauts were trained to receive coded telepathic messages and experiments were undertaken to establish telepathic communications with submarines under the Arctic ice pack.
The study of psychic phenomena was expected to lead the Soviet Union towards knowledge of the mysteries of the human mind, which were then planned to be exploited to gain mastery over the world. Funds in excess of 20 million roubles were earmarked for research into developing psychotronic weapons in 1973. The author estimates that by 1992, funding from the Military-Industrial Commission and the KGB had grown to S00 million roubles.
According to U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), Soviet research into parapsychology was aimed at, “Remotely viewing the contents of top secret U.S. documents, monitoring the movement of troops and ships, ‘moulding’ the thoughts of key U.S. military and civilian leaders, causing the instant death of any U.S. official and disabling U.S. military equipment, including space craft.”
Much of the Soviet effort involved attempts to gain mastery over the processes of controlling people’s minds through an ‘amalgam of psychic force and electronics’. Research revealed that naturally gifted clairvoyants changed the magnetic fields around them during a trance. If trained psychics could remotely influence the energy field around targeted people, it would be possible to discern their thoughts as well as attach a harmful energy field to them to make them ill or ‘infect’ them with subliminal commands.
The Soviets also carried out extensive research into out-of-the-body phenomenon in Yogis to develop the ability for a psychic agent to transport his ‘energy body’ to a remote site and abduct and transfer an actual object to friendly territory. Objects, so picked up are known as and this science is called ‘telekinesis or ‘psychokinesis’. It has been conjectured that such ‘energy bodies’ could be employed to disable military equipment and even to kill military and civilian officials.
Psychotronic generators were developed to influence individuals or even a whole crowd of people to affect their psyche so as to cause mental disorientation, physical fatigue and alter their behaviour. Psychotronic warfare could be used to charge water with negative psi energy that could shrivel plants and cause cancer. U.S. subjects ‘were allegedly given this negatively charged water in their drinks at State functions. U.S. paranormal! warfare experts are reported to have paid back in the same coin. Former KGB Major General Oleg Kalugin revealed in an ABC TV interview that remote influencing had been used against President Boris Yeltsin to undermine his health.
Initial psi-warfare efforts in U.S. focussed on the use of remote viewing is an Intelligence gathering tool to examine a selection of Soviet and Chinese military bases under projects ‘Star Gate’ and ‘Grill Flame’. Only after some notable successes were achieved, was U.S. military establishment convinced of the efficacy of utilising parapsychology as a too! to further national security interests.
Former President Jimmy Carter has described a remote viewing success story as the ‘single most memorable event of his presidency . A psychic was consulted by the CIA to locate a missing plane when all other efforts had failed. The psychic went into a trance and gave some latitude and longitude figures. We focussed our satellite cameras on that point and the plane was there. Among other publicly Known success stories are the accurate prediction of an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan and the hijacking of a U.S. airliner by Islamic terrorists.
In Britain, a great deal of work was done on the application of microwave technology to mind control. British researchers discovered that the Soviet Union had been bombarding many parts of the world with extremely low frequency (ELF) transmitters. The sustained use of ELF waves by the Russians was reportedly the cause of terminal diseases in three U.S. ambassadors in Moscow. ELF waves were found to be capable of inducing behavioural modifications. ELF signals are psychoactive and are said to be capable of causing mental depression at 6.66 Hertz (Hz). At 11 Hz, these can lead to manic and riotous behaviour in humans. Prolonged exposure to ELF can alter the human brain’s neural wiring circuit and can stimulate abnormal behaviour and emotions.The transmission of ELC signals can give a Government the ability to mind control the population, if it so desires a chilling prospect.
Though remote viewing appears to be a dangerous cocktail of hitherto unexplained natural psychic clairvoyance and induced paranormal : ties, researchers the world over are: now endeavouring to rationalise a scientific understanding of the phenomenon. Even the average, not naturally gifted person, can be trained in the art of remote viewing. Tim Rifat has listed seven stages of remote viewing and his book contains several appendices of original DIA documents regarding Soviet and other Warsaw Pact countries’ research into remote viewing.
It would be interesting to see similar KGB documents detailing U.S. and other Western countries’ research and learn how they have employed psychotronic weapons to target their enemies. The art and science of remote viewing is a revelation about the devious extent to which human beings can go to harm other human beings for the sake of national security.
It is clear that eventual mastery over this new frontier would be too dangerous for research in it to be allowed to proliferate unchecked and unsafeguarded. Perhaps the time has come for a United Nations protocol to regulate research into remote viewing and psychic targeting, if these paranormal processes that are clearly violative of human rights cannot be banned completely.