My book on the US Govt Remote Viewing program

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My book on the US Govt Remote Viewing program

#1  Postby ersby » Jan 15, 2014 9:09 am

... is now available on Amazon.

I looked at the declassified session notes from the remote viewing program where they are given the task of retreiving information from the Iranian Hostage Crisis.

And then I compared those notes to the real events: interviews from the hostages themselves, newspaper articles, books and reports.

For those who aren’t going to read the book, my overall conclusions are: I think that, after reading and researching a lot into this, the military remote viewers were quite genuine in their belief that they were doing something useful, but most of the time, they were just plain wrong.

Most of the claims about their accuracy have been exaggerated or fictionalised over time.

On the Iranian Hostage Crisis itself, they never "saw" any of the main events, such as the mock executions or the escape attempts. They often seemed to "see" things based on recent news reports of the past days or weeks. But as I said, I don't think that this was deliberate deceit, just a consequence of them being aware of speculation in the media.
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