Remote viewing is defined by the CIA as being the “acquisition and description, by mental means, of information blocked from ordinary perception by distance, shield, or time.” For over two decades, the American intelligence community conducted hundreds of remote viewing experiments under a variety of project names, gathering intel about Soviet military bases, as well as missing persons and objects. This week, Matt and Kayla discuss the long and often complicated story of remote viewing, covering the alleged experts in the field, a number of stranger than fiction success stories, and the eventual abandonment of remote viewing by the intelligence community.
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Intro/Disclaimer: Josh McLellan (http://www.fiverr.com/joshmclellan)
Music: The Remote Viewer by OCS