Tag: remote viewing

INSCOM Remote Viewing Documents and Why They’re Important

July 23, 2014 | 1

In 2004, author Jon Ronson published a book entitled, The Men Who Stare at Goats, which was later made into a BBC documentary series as well as a feature film directed by the Cohen Brothers. It attempts to serve as an expose into the seemingly zany world of the Army’s “psychic warrior” program, portraying its […]

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New Project SCANATE Documents, Same as the Old Project SCANATE Documents

July 23, 2014 | 0

As I posted earlier this month, I’ve been in the process of requesting a series of declassified documents from the CIA pertaining to project SCANATE, a progenitor of the infamous “psychic spying” program initiated by U.S. Army INSCOM, (INtelligence and Security COMmand) as the CIA has yet to digitize these documents. The Company’s CREST system […]

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Project SCANATE Documents and CIA’s Abysmal FOIA Process

July 2, 2014 | 1

Ahh, Central Intelligence Agency. How I bang my head against you. It should surprise no one that The Company is notoriously opaque with regard to releasing documents, but as I’m finding out, even declassified documents can be a hassle to acquire. Take, for example, Project SCANATE documents pertaining to the infamous “Remote Viewing” program, an […]

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