REMOTE VIEWING IS REAL

THE GOVERNMENT DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW…

http://www.eightmartinis.com/eight-martinis-issue-14

‘Maybe throwing remote viewing, and eventually the rest of us, under the bus for twenty years was a short-term goal. It would take years, but de-classification allowed the former unit members to write books and tell their stories within the boundaries of clearance and classified information. It allowed Ed May to write a commentary rebuttal to the AIR Report and eventually publish, The ESP Wars East & West – An Account of the Military Use of Psychic Espionage as Narrated by the Key Russian and American Players with Victor Rubel and Loyd Auerbach. They dedicate their book to “to those heroes both in the US and in Russia who, at times, put their careers at risk in defending the value of ESP not only for spying but also because of its vast implications across the totality of human experience. We still have a long way to go before the unfettered acceptance of ESP as a normal human experience” (May, Rubel, & Auerbach, 2014).

Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the Star Gate Interactive Archive was made available to the public. Over 103,000 declassified documents from the remote viewing program, including some operational sessions have gone public.’