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    Remote viewing & UFOs : CIA index + 92,010 PDF pages

    Like quite a few of the people here, I have an interest in the Aviary.

    Some interesting people in murky parts of the history of ufology (including several members of the Aviary) are linked together (at least in part) by their participation in official government studies of remote viewing. I’ve therefore spent a significant amount of time considering remote viewing literature and associated government documents).

    To help anyone else going down the remote-viewing rabbit-hole as part of their UFO research (or, for that matter, just interested in remote viewing for its own sake), I thought I'd share a few tools. These tools include a 92,010 page searchable PDF archive of the remote viewing material released by the CIA and (as importantly, at least in my experience…) a hyperlinked version of the CIA's index of that huge archive to help locate material.

    In short, you can

    (1) Browse the hyperlinked index as a spreadsheet on Google Sheets (which can be used online or downloaded in various formats):
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    (2) Download a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet version of the hyperlinked index with links to the online documents which you can download here:
    http://www.isaackoi.com/documents/st...e%20links.xlsm

    or (my preferred format, as some of you know…) a searchable PDF version of the same hyperlinked index here:
    http://www.isaackoi.com/documents/st...ne%20links.pdf


    (3) Download the entire 92,010 page PDF archive as a single 3.2 GB file entitled “STARGATE_FULL.zip” here:
    http://www.isaackoi.com/zipped/docum...RGATE_FULL.zip

    OR you can download individual CDs from the list at the link below if you do not want the full collection:
    http://www.isaackoi.com/zipped/documents/stargate/


    (4) Download a a hyperlinked Excel spreadsheet which links to copies of the documents after you download them to your hard-drive here:
    http://www.isaackoi.com/documents/st...e%20links.xlsm

    which is MUCH faster to use (but of course you have to download the rather large PDF archive in order to get the full benefit of this version of the spreadsheet…).


    I've posted details and a related discussion elsewhere. I'm a bit hesitant to post a link to another forum so the Moderators here should feel free to delete the link and outline below. As I've said in the past, I don't want to appear to be posting spam. (The key is really the document collection, with the outline above giving the core information I thought might be of interest to some of you here - so the bit below is not essential. I hope you can understand why I don't want to spend the time reformatting it to post the same material here.).

    The more detailed outline I've posted at ATS is at:
    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1074447/pg1

    That item includes:

    Section A : Introduction

    Section B : Project Stargate – Background

    Section C : Project Stargate – PDF archive and index

    Section D : Other free remote viewing PDF resources
    Section D1 : British Ministry of Defence study
    Section D2 : Paul Smith’s PhD dissertation
    Section D3 : Eight Martinis remote viewing magazine

    Section E : The UFO Connection - Introduction

    Section F : The UFO Connection - UFO material in remote viewing files released by CIA
    Section F1 : Rendlesham Forest incident
    Section F2 : Cash-Landrum sighting
    Section F3 : Carl Higdon’s sighting
    Section F4 : Cattle mutilation
    Section F5 : "MARS, 1 MILLION BC"
    Section F6 : "Galactic Federation Headquarters"
    Section F7 : "ET ACTIVITY AGAINST US PROGRAMS (TRAINING)"
    Section F8 : Fleeting impression of a UFO
    Section F9 : Underwater "flying saucer"[/headline]
    Section F10 : "ET Bases" on Earth

    Section G : The UFO Connection - Remote Viewers within ufology
    Section G1 : Pat Price - Alien bases on Earth
    Section G2 : Skip Atwater - Project 8200
    Section G3 : Ed Dames - Early public link between UFOs and remote viewing
    Section G4 : Uri Geller - Powers from "Spectra"
    Section G5 : Ingo Swann - Penetration and barely covered alien bosoms
    Section G6 : Joe McMoneagle - UFO sighting in 1965
    Section G7 : Lyn Buchanan – Alien abduction (1960s)
    Section G8 : Courtney Brown - Hale-Bopp and Heaven’s Gate
    Section G9 : Livermore group – Tiny UFO
    Section G10 : Mel Riley - Mars
    Section G11 : Paul Smith – Mars

    Section H : The UFO Connection - Other individuals involved in both ufology and remote viewing
    Section H1 : Jacques Vallee (SRI, "Aviary", NIDS)
    Section H2 : Hal Puthoff (NSA, SRI, "Aviary", NIDS, UFO Working Group)
    Section H3 : Kit Green (CIA, "Aviary", UFO Working Group)
    Section H4 : Ron Pandolfi (CIA, "Aviary", UFO Working Group)
    Section H5 : John Alexander (US Army, "Aviary", PSI-TECH, NIDS, UFO Working Group)
    Section H6 : Dale Graff (DIA, "Aviary")
    Section H7 : C B Scott Jones (US Navy, "Aviary")
    Section H8 : Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III (US Army, PSI-TECH)
    Section H9 : Robert Wood (McDonnell Douglas, UFO Working Group)
    Section H10 : Edgar Mitchell (Astronaut, NIDS)
    Section H11 : Robert Bigelow (NIDS)
    Section H12 : Jim Marrs (Researcher/author)
    Section H13 : Jim Schnabel (Researcher/author)
    Section H14 : Russell Targ (SRI)

    Section I : Conclusion

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    That's brilliant. Thanks!
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    The previous CIA archive links are soon to be decommissioned, and their new searchable archive can be found here: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingr...ction/stargate
    Issac's links appear to be broken in many places, so this might be your best bet for viewing the material; short of downloading the complete archive from another source.

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    Uri Geller has been interviewed by the Daily Telegraph regarding the material released above, specifically on the Stargate program, the story can be found here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...ychic-warrior/
    It is noticeable he comments that he was asked to kill a Pig psychically, not a goat I also find the material regarding his remote viewing capabilities quite interesting; he comments on remote viewing as being an ongoing subject of interest in government circles, suggesting a successor to the Stargate program is still ongoing but classified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pontificator View Post
    Uri Geller has been interviewed by the Daily Telegraph regarding the material released above, specifically on the Stargate program, the story can be found here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...ychic-warrior/
    It is noticeable he comments that he was asked to kill a Pig psychically, not a goat I also find the material regarding his remote viewing capabilities quite interesting; he comments on remote viewing as being an ongoing subject of interest in government circles, suggesting a successor to the Stargate program is still ongoing but classified.
    Very interesting indeed. I remember watching Uri on live TV back in the 70's. It was the Mike Douglas Show and Uri had the audience members pull out their keys. He started doing his 'thing' and as the cameras panned around the studio, several people - even in the back far away from Uri - held up keys that that were noticeably bending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pontificator View Post
    Uri Geller has been interviewed by the Daily Telegraph regarding the material released above, specifically on the Stargate program, the story can be found here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...ychic-warrior/
    It is noticeable he comments that he was asked to kill a Pig psychically, not a goat I also find the material regarding his remote viewing capabilities quite interesting; he comments on remote viewing as being an ongoing subject of interest in government circles, suggesting a successor to the Stargate program is still ongoing but classified.
    Granted I'm a fan of Geller and have even met him in person once AND, have corresponded with him several times in the past via email, the fact that Stargate was real and that docs of previously classified information show Geller's results in those experiments.... that anyone is questioning his recruitment by various agencies and companies around the world to access information psychically or to engage in some kind of telekinesis task for them reminds me of the fact that even when presented with hard-core proof, skeptics will still choose not to believe.
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    I saw Uri once in person back in the 1970s. Must have been middle school age, as my father took me. I Had a keen interest in the paranormal from an early age. Unfortunately I was less impressed with him after seeing the show, than I was before. No bent spoons, no astral projection, just a couple of folding tables with items from the audience piled up. He proceeded to Pickup keys, combs, random personal objects and make statements about the owners. "This person likes to steal", "this person drives to fast" (car keys). Then call the person on stage and confirm. Hit or miss. To my mind, at the time, his statements were to broad/general to gauge his true ability.
    Much as I'd like to, after seeing him in person I cannot attest to his extraordinary abilities.
    Maybe just an off night in our small California town.
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    That just shows that he's got some extraordinary abilities because, everyone who has them, goes through periods when they are psychically active and other times when they are not. Throughout the year, it waxes and wanes. People like Geller then fall back on their theater 'magic' during those dry times to keep the show going.

    Geller is a very good stage magician and mentalist.
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