MK-Ultra, CIA Mind Control: What Is Remote Viewing And How Does It Work?
What Is Remote Viewing?
Remote Viewing is the theory, or paranormal belief, that a person can perceive information from a remote location purely by using instinct and the power of their mind, or via ESP (Extra Sensory Perception).
The term Remote Viewing was originally coined by parapsychologist Russell Targ in order to separate remote viewing from clairvoyancey.
Remote Viewing Experiments
In the nineties the US government spent $20,000 studying and researching the possibility of remote viewing. In 1995 the government ended their remote viewing research program, claiming that no useful intelligent information was attained from the "Stargate project" and therefore they deemed remote viewing to be nothing more than pseudoscience.
When the documents relating to the government research into remote viewing were declassified, the supposedly imaginary phenomena became mainstream knowledge and was popularized.
According to Jim Schnabel, after the US government discovered that China and Russia were running ESP research programs, they would occasionally finance their own ESP projects from the time of World War 2 up until the 1970s. The AIR report concluded that the program produced no useful intelligence data.
David Goslin of the American Institute of Research stated "There is no documented evidence it had any value to the intelligence community". Nick Pope, formerly of UK's MoD (Ministry of Defense) disagrees and claims he has seen successful remote viewing experiments being carried out first-hand.
Earlier less sophisticated research into remote viewing had a higher success rate reporting between 5-15% success with remote viewers.
However, there could very well be another phenomena behind the success rate of remote viewing and this phenomena can be successfully utilized to give the illusion that remote viewing is really happening.
Technically, remote viewing is really happening, but the true source of the information and the information itself can be manipulated.
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Subliminal suggestion is everywhere. It's always around us and it's often used heavily by advertising agencies. Advertisers come up with memorable little jingles for their television and radio adverts, jingles that tend to stick in your mind, making you remember them.
You then associate the jingle with the relevant company or product being advertised. The advertisers intentionally place certain images and phrases in their billboard and magazine adverts to do the same thing.
It's all subliminal suggestion and it will always have an influence on us to some extent. In fact, suggestive techniques have been proven to be effective on about one third of all people.
How Remote Viewing Information Can Be Manipulated
Psychological Illusionist Derren Brown showcases on Channel 4 television exactly how effective subliminal suggestion can be by giving some students the toothache of their lives, stabbing a needle right through one of their hands causing them no pain at all and then finally sets up a remote viewing experiment with two advertising executives.
At the end Brown explains how the success of the remote viewing experiment was achieved via the use of nothing more than subliminal persuasion.