PROJECT STARGATE AND REMOTE VIEWING TECHNOLOGY - Book
Edited by Axel Balthazar
In the 1970s, the CIA was concerned about rumors of Soviet research into psychotronics and remote viewing. Naturally, it wasn't long before the U.S. launched its own covert investigations into psychic phenomena and their potential use for military and intelligence purposes. This began a thirty-year series of classified projects, collectively known as the Stargate Project. In this book, Balthazar has compiled the government's formerly classified documents pertaining to the project.
Topics include: Remote viewing, psychic spying; psi phenomena; extrasensory perception; psychokinesis, and much more. Tons of documents exposed.
7X10 P/B, 300 pp., Illus.