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Area1 - Remote Viewing examples from the Star Gate Archives.

Remote viewing Documents from the Military and Intel programs.

There are hundreds of documents in the CIA Star Gate Archives covering the early 1970's though to the concluding 1995 year of the program. Approx 89,000 pages in total. I have searched the archives and present some of the more interesting documents below - these by no means as the only interesting documents and I encourage ou all to look through them yourselves.




DIA report on the James Randi use of 'plants' in experiments - 1983

"Thus, it is apparent that Mr. Randi has presented an extremely one-sided view of this hoax attempt. He even claims that all parapsychological research is of , questionable value. Most TV and press coverage thus far also reflect these views. As a result, the general public is given highly biased perspectives of this research area in general. This could generate negative reactions toward all parapsychological research, even for those laboratories where controls are tight and where unsolicited subjects are not accepted.

It is clear Mr. Randi is solely interested in promoting his image as a clever magician, and in enhancing his career as a showman, at the expense of reporting accuracy. The use of tactics involving "plants" raises significant ethical issues as well."


Improving Real-Time ESP by Suppressing the Future: Trans-Temporal Inhibition.," paper presented at Electro 77, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York City, 1977 - Charles T. Tart.

This document details the discovery that individuals successfully using telepathy to perceive real time targets are simultaneously and unknowingly using precognitive ESP to suppress their perception of future targets.


Taurus experiments1 & Taurus experiments2 -800KB & 600KB (pdf files)

In July 1977 SRI (Stanford Research Institute) carried out experiments in remote viewing from a submersible submerged in 500ft of sea, approximately 500 miles from the receiver site. The goal of the experiment was to determine if it was possible to transmit a message to a submerged submarine via remote viewing. The submersible used in the experiment was the Taurus, a five-man underwater vehicle.

The protocol for the experiment was constructed in advance of the experiment.

A series of six potential messages to be sent. These were:

1. Remain submerged for two days
2. Evasive plan six
3. Rendezvous at pickup point three
4. Proceed to base one
5. Standby alert on priority targets
6. Launch priority targets

To each message was assigned a San Francisco Bay Area target location. To send a given message, a pair of investigators comprising a target demarcation team went at a prearranged time to the site linked to the particular message and remained there for 15 minutes. During this period a subject on-board the submersible, monitored by an investigator blind to the target pool, registered his impressions as to where the demarcation team was, 500 miles away, as per standard remote viewing protocol. Following the remote-viewing trial, the subject then consulted a list of potential targets (seen for the first time at this point), made a choice as to which target of the set he had described, and noted the associated message.

Two experiments of this type were carried out - one each with two subjects. For this first experiment the submersible was at a depth of 170 m in water 340 m deep; for the second the submersible rested on the bottom in 80 in of water.

For experiment 1 the outbound team had chosen a large oak tree.
Experiment1: 17m deep in 340m of water 16th July 1977.

Target: A giant oak on a hilltop in Portola valley, California.

Remote viewer data: “A very tall, looming object. A very, very, huge, tall tree and a lot of space behind them. There feels like there is a cliff or drop-off behind them”.
In this experiment the subject was able to identify the correct target on the list and was thus able to obtain the associated correct message, "Rendezvous at Pickup Point Three."

In both completed experiments the subjects rendered excellent descriptions of the target sites, and had no difficulty in choosing the correct target from the list of six potential targets.


CIA letter circa 1984
-134KB (pdf file)

This letter is from the Star Gate Remote viewing archives.

"Staff advisers inform me that during such tasks for us, CENTER LANE sources have often "made contact" far beyond what might be expected by probabilities and coincidence"


Defense Intelligence Agency
Directorate for Scientific and Technical Intelligence
19 OCTOBER 1983
- 2.00MB (pdf file)

Produced for DIA in October 1983 as a report on the progress to date.
It includes very interesting notes inlcuding details about the CRV training using the key SRI viewer at the time (Ingo Swann) as the baseline. This document show that;
A. Ingo was himself the primary CRV viewier and that he did use and train in CRV (a fact that has been disputed in some circles).
B. his accuracy after training massively increased.

Thi document also shows examples of Ingo's CRV work both in practice and in operational remote viewing work with analysis of the data.

Key highlights from the document are:

This report summarizes results of the three-year GRILL FLAME project,
which terminated at the close of FY 1983. -It contains key findings from the
various project activities, and identifies potential follow-on efforts.

In addition to this DIA evaluation, the GRILL FLAME project also has been
reviewed by an independent Scientific Evaluation Team that met in August andSeptember of 1983. The scientific evaluation and recommendations will beforwarded separately"

Key findings of the GRILL FLAME project are:

o Remote viewing is a real phenomenon, and is not degraded by distance or shielding.

o Remote viewing ability can be improved by appropriate training procedures.

o Remote viewing has potential for US intelligence applicacations. However, at this stage of development, descriptive content (e.g., sketches, configurations) is more reliable than analytic content (e.g., function, complex technical data).

o A potential threat to US national security exists from foreign achievements in psychoenergetics. In the USSR and in China, this research is well funded and receives high-level government backing.

(S/NOFORN/DRCON) Achievements of the GRILL FLAME project include development of remote viewing training methods, the development of statistical Methods for evaluating remote viewing data, and the compilation of an extensive data base on foreign psychoe-nergetics research. Methods for improving the reliability of remote viewing data, through detailed understanding of the remote viewing process, and through identification of techniques for isolating valid from spurious data also were achieved. Training techniques that show promise for enhancing the reliability of the analytical content of remote 'viewing data also were identified."

"(S/NOFORN/ORCON) The accuracy of the descriptions was assessed on the basis of the accuracy rating scale shown in Table 1. Results indicate that viewer performance improved through training. Prior to training, only 22 percent of the viewer responses from 100 tests were in the good to excellent category. After training, 66 percent of the data from 95 tests were rated as good to excellent. A statistical analysis of the first four and the last four tests from the after-training series was also performed to see if data quality at the end of this series was better than data quality at the begining. Using the concept analysis technique discused in the appendix II, the correct site was identified in three of these last four tests. A similar approach yielded one correct match (chance level) for the first four tests. This result, along with the over all 66 percent accuracy level, indicates that the training procedures were effective and that data quality improvements were achieved over time."

"c. Intelliqence Potential
...The major exphasis of the GRILL FLAME project, however, was to develop a training method that would increase the accuracy of the remote viewing data and establish that it is a transferable skill. When this project was begun, Army INSCOM had already established an in-house unit and had been producing data on operational sites since 1979. The Army INSCOM viewers have detected the remote site successfully in 50 percent of their projects (89 sites)."

"...To determine whether progress in RV training carried over to operational tasking, the most advanced viewer at SRI was at various times'targeted on sites of operational significance throughout the program to find out if he could collect information of intelligence value. This viewer was given 15 operational targets. Using the accuracy rating scale defined in Table I, intelligence analysts assigned ratings of good to excellent to approximately 40 percent of--the RV responses. The effect of the RV training procedures can be seen in the data from this series. The accuracy rating average for the last five targets was 2.2 on the three-point scale;;the average from the first five (before training) was 1.4.

A statistical analysis of the last five operational tests from this series also was performed. A person who did not know which set of RV data corresponded to the correct target was able to correctly match the data with the appropriate target site for all of these five tests. The probability of this result occurring by chance is less than one in a hundred. This statistical result provides additional support for the validity of RV under operational conditions."

"...Overall results between the SRI viewer and the INSCOM viewers were consistent (40 percent and 50 percent accuracy levels). These results clearly indicate that the RV phenomenon has intelligence application potential, especially where configurational aspects of RV data can be of value. Howevert improvement in RV data reliability for both configurational and analytical content is still required before application of RV data to intelligence tasks can become routine.

...Keeping these faictors in mind, one nonetheless finds that data generated by remote viewers are often of high quality and, provided they are appropriately integrated into the intelligence data mix, can be of significant utility. Examples of successful remote viewings are given in appendix IV."


7 August 1984
- 2.00MB (pdf file)

Key highlights from the document are:

(U) For any field of knowledge to be considered a science, those involved in the field must adhere to some very rigorous guidelines. In the hierarchy of science, physics would be considered as the purest science; the other physical sciences would follow, then biology and medicine. Psychology and the other social sciences would follow these. Psychoenergetics has its place somewhere between psychology and the other social sciences. It has not been reduced to mathematics and there is no physical model, but psychoenergetics does have many characteristics that are common to all science.

The first of these characteristics is replication. If an area of endeavor is to be considered a science, experiments must be replicable. When the results obtained in one laboratory cannot be obtained under the same experimental conditions in other laboratories, the work will be neglected and will be considered to fall outside the parameters of science.

The work in psychoenergetics at SRI has been replicated by several laboratories:
~ Remote Viewing (ESP)
- Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
- Institute for Parapsychology, Durham, NC
- Mundelein College, Chicago, IL
- University of California at Davis, CA
~ Remote Action (psychokinesis)
- Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
- Mind Science Foundation, San Antonio, TX
- Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
- Psychophysical Research Laboratory, Princeton, NJ
- Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
- Bell Laboratories, Columbus, OH.

These are all bonafide scientific research and development institutes. In all, there have been 28 formal published replications of the remote viewing work at SRI. Obviously, this phenomenon is not an invention of SRI; it has been duplicated on a number of occasions.

[page 11]
Finally, the ongoing psychoenergetics program at SRI has recently been reviewed by a panel of renowned scientists (see Exhibit 9). Much of what they reported will be covered later in this publication. At this time, we wish to include one quote taken from the publication they prepared regarding their findings on the SRI psychoenergetic research; it bears directly on the question of whether or not psychoenergetics should be considered a science. "The lack of a physical model should not be taken to preclude the existence of the capability to view remote locations."

[page22] onwards:

The CIA was the first organization to fund research. Their program established that:
~ Geographical features can be ascertained with remote viewing.
~ Descriptive aspects of a site are better described than analytical aspects.
~ Operationally-useful information can be obtained.
~ Coordinate and beacon remote viewing can be successful.
~ Standard medical/physiological/psychologicaI screening is not useful.

In 1975, Navelex supported a $74K program which established that physiological correlates to remote viewing exist, but they are weak statistically. From 1976 to 1979, the Air Force supported research that demonstrated;
~ Remote viewing can be used to monitor real-time activities.
~ Accuracy and resolution are not a function of distance.
~ Spatial resolution is accurate down to millimeters.
~ Electrical shielding does not block remote viewing.

MIA was the next organization to enter the research. They supported work that verified that interaction with sensitive electronic equipment can result in significant perturbations from expected behavior.

In AMSAA's program, from 1978 to 1980, it.was proven that site descriptions are of higher quality than location-pinpointing or tracking information.

The DIA was the next agency to contract work in psychoenergetics at SRI. Their program:
~ Developed techniques to increase reliability by minimizing noise
~ Produced operational examples that were of high quality
~ Developed a reliability improvement program.

In May of 1980, a proposal was made to colhsolidate the DoD effort into a joint service contract. The intent was -,to provide SRI with a single set of projects, enough money, and the time needed to advance the science to a point where it could be applied to solving intelligence problems. While this was not done in as grand a fashion as hoped, the funding did improve:

The total of the proposed three-year program was to develop the remote viewing phenomenon to a point where it could be used to collect intelligence. This goal was achieved. A summary of application-oriented skills developed at the present time is given in Appendix B, along with possible applications for the future.

As previously mentioned, the psychoenergetics research program at SRI International was examined by three eminent scientists in 1983. In their report, they assess the technology, and they identify elements that are necessary in any future program. The major points in their assessment are;
~ Implications are revolutionary
~ Merits continued funding in the national interest
~ National impact is profound
~ Evidence too impressive to dismiss
~ No evidence of dishonesty
~ Harassment must stop
~ Lack of physical model does not preclude existence.

It is clear that this panel of scientists considers psychoenergetics to be an enormously important field. Their recommended actions are
~ Confirm or deny existence of psi phenomena
~ Initiate a five-to-ten-year program
~ Involve additional labs
~ Continue training program.

The panel advocates a five to ten year program using multiple laboratories. A report has already been prepared that describes a long-term program and integrates R&D and intelligence into a single unified DoD program. Additional laboratories have been contacted and are under consideration for contracts in FY 1985. The amount of funding available will be the key factor in determining which and how many laboratories will be contracted. Those being considered are shown below:
~ McDonnell Douglas
~ Mind Science Foundation
~ Lawrence Livermore Laboratories
~ Engineering Anomalies Laboratory, Princeton University
~ Psychophysical Research Laboratory
~ University of California - Davis
~ Communications Studies Laboratory, Syracuse University
~ Mobius Group
~ Aberdeen Proving Ground.

[page 55]
The "possible" category encompasses those applications for which underlying psi phenomena have been established scientifically, but which have yet to be implemented operationally. As stated above, CRV has been verified in the laboratory, but it has yet to be applied, for example, to such camouflage, concealment, and deception (CC&D) tasks as detecting which USSR silos have operative missiles and which are empty."


1981 Grill Flame briefing for NSA Scientific advisery comittee - 190KB (pdf file)

"I passed a-round selected samples of GRILL FLAME evaluations that we have received from consumers.(See our TOP SECRET eval file.)

I stressed that our effort was not research and development, but strictly operational in nature.

5. (U) I would say that the committee received the presentation.with an "open mind" attitude. Their questions and keen interest demonstrated that they were trying to search out the answers to a very puzzling,problem.



ITAC: There were a few.spectacular reports ... the project confirmed with uncanny accuracy the presence of a recently constructed major ditch array and the number and type of elite units in a remote garrison area.

CIA: In sum~ou:rexperience with GF, thus far, tends to strengthen the validity of the techniques involved and also indicates that its greatest utility as an operational tool may be in the CI field.

JCS: In 16 out of 18 cases GF sources described the facility in sufficient detail to allow positive identification.

ITAC: I would also like to compliment you and your personnel on achieving an intelligence community "First."


JCS: Therefore, it is the judgement of this analyst that extensive testing and development of control procedures be accomplished before any final assessment of the value of GF material can be made."


Final Report: TRACK I TRAINING R&D - 1.2MB (pdf file)

Prepared for:

December 1984

A. General
As part of an overall training R&D Task, SRI International has investigated a number of potential training procedures. One of these, which is the focus of this particular study, involves multistage, coordinate remote viewing. In this procedure,* coordinates (latitude and longitude in degrees, minutes, and seconds) are utilized as the targeting method, which is structured to proceed through a series of well-defined stages in a particular order--hypothesized to correspond to stages of increased contact with the target site.

(S/NF) In this study, the basic hypotheses of the procedure were investigated under strict double-blind testing conditions in order to document whether, and to what degree, the hypothesized training approach provided a viable vehicle for RV technology transfer. The DIA COTR in residence selected three individuals from the staff of the SRI Radio Physics Laboratory. He tested them for baseline RV performance levels over an initial series of five sessions each, and then turned them over to the SRI Psychoenergetics Program staff to be exposed to the theory and application of the procedure in question.

B. (U) Observations and Conclusions
Analysis of the data results in plots of a quantity called Figure of Merit (FM), which is a combined measure of the reliability of RVer statements, and the accuracy and completeness of target description. Based on the earlier development work on the training procedure under study, a particular performance curve was anticipated:

A baseline region of relatively poor performance.An unstable region of anomalously-high "first-time effect" immediately following initial instruction. A region of slowly-increasing stable growth to levels above baseline performance.

For all three RVers, the evolution of the distribution of data points over time, aligns with the predicted performance curve, and several measures of the correlation reach statistical significance; thus, the data-point distribution appears not to be random, but patterned as anticipated. With regard to overall performance, one of the three RVers generated independently statistically significant results, with regard to
(1) the (positive) slope of the learning curve, and
(2) the increase in mean performance level achieved in training (as compared with baseline).

It thus appears that the data generated in this study, collected under rigorous double-blind conditions and analyzed by objective computer-automated procedures, provide support for the Track I Training model developed in earlier efforts. All remote viewers showed an increase in performance over baseline level, exhibiting growth in conformation with a predicted performance curve--one significantly so.


1972-1998 33 key SRI projects/Papers/reports in one file
- 14.9 MB .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)

1 - An Application oriented Remote Viewing Experiment
2 - An Application Orientated Remote Viewing Experiment (SRI-Project 8339)
3 - Geophysical Effects Study (SRI Project 6600) Dec 84 M
4 - Geophysical Effects Study (SRI Project 6600) Jul 84)
5 - Personnel Identification and Selection (SRI Project 6000)
6 - special orientation Techniques (SRI Project 6600) (PA
7 - Special Orientation Techniques S-IV (SRI Project 5590
8 - Target Search Techniques (SRI Project 6600)
9 - special Orientation Technigues S-V, S-VI (SRI Project 6600)
10 - Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) Technology
11 - Computer-Assisted Search (SRI-Project 1291)
12 - Feedback and Precognition - Remote Viewing Experiments (SRI Project 1291)
13 - A Remote Viewing Evaluation Proposal
14 - Free World Psychoenergetics Research Survey
15 - NIC Techniques (SRI Project 7560)
16 - Possible Photon Production during a Remote Viewing Task
17 - Special Orientation Techniques (SRI Project 8465)
18 - A Remote Viewinq Evaluation Protocol (SRI Project 4028)
19 - An Automated RV Evaluation Procedure (SRIProject 7408-12)
20 - A Prototype Analysis system for Remote Viewing Task (SRI Project 1291)
21 - A Suggested Remote Viewing Training Procedure (SRI Project 1291)
22 - An Experiment to Explore Possible Anomolistic Behaviour of a Photon Detection System During a Remote Viewing Test (SRI Project 1291)
23 - Application of Fuzzy Sets to Remote ViewingAnalysis (U) (SRI Prolect 1291)
24 - Bacterial Mutation Study (SRI Project 7408-10)
25 - Enhanced Human Performance Investigation (SRI Project 1291)
26 - Enhanced Human Performance Investigation (SRI Prolect 1291)
27 - Enhanced Human Perfornance Investigation (SRI Project 1291)
28 - Enhanced Human Performance Investigations (SRI Project 7408)
29 - Feedback and Target Dependencies in RV Experiments (SRI Project 1291)
30 - Forced-Chance Remote Viewing (UL(SRI Project 1291)
31 - Location of Target Material in Space and Time (SRI Project 1291)
32 - Neurophysiological Correlates to Remote Viewing (SRI Project 1291)
33 - PSI Communications Experiments


1975 An Ingo Swann PK experiment
- 414 kb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


Gondola Wish - Nov 1978 Communication
mentions that the CIA that ran Pat Price was also involved
in assassination plots (allegedly)...
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Gondola Wish 1978 Assessment report by military intel
(6 pages)
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Grill flame 1979 AMSAA Grill Flame report (246 pages)

"In addition to the AMSAA support of SRI,
the establishment of an in-house program on remote viewing was approved by CG DARCOM in April 1978. General discussions were held among interested analysts during April to July 1978. In July 1978, a Project Manager was appointed by the AMSAA Project Officer to organize and direct the in-house effort. In August 1978, AMSAA began conducting remote viewing sessions."

11 mb (big) .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


1979 SRI progress report 0ct-dec 1979 - by Puthof,
Swann & Langford.
An interesting look inside the first stages of training using CRV and the recognition of problems and how to sort them. Great Rv sessions, results and analysis
1.28 mb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


1980 SRI feasibility study for Rv to determine military targets (26 pages)
667 kb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


1980 SRI letter signed by Puthof, Targ and May.
Includes comments like "Increasingly accurate results in operational tasks" - from the grill flame program...
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Grill flame 1981-1983 CRV technology (35 pages)

"Exploration and development of co-ordinate remote viewing (CRV) has gone through many phases: from random experimenting in 1974 ultimately to its substantive contents now isolated into a primary, but standardized, training course. Based strictly upon the increasing success of trainees, it is anticipated that the CRV procedures will continue to increase in value as a practical applications tool."

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April 1981 Grill Flame commitee meeting note
(3 pages)

mentions that Ingo left when the money ran out...
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Grill flame 1982 SRI PSI countermeasure evaluation
(20 pages)

"to determine whether countermeasure exist against psycho energetic intrusions."

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1982 SRI PSI counter measure evaluation (19 pages)

"The objective of this program is to determine from a search of pertinent literature whether countermeasures may exist against psycho-
energetic intrusions. Furthermore, should countermeasures exist, those most likely to yield results are outlined for further investigation.

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1982 An informal talk by Bob Wood on Remote viewing and other subjects
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1984 Ingo training evaluation of Paul Smith & Ed Dames
in NY 1984. 346 kb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


1984 SRI RV reliability, enhancement and evaluation doc. Hal Puthoff - prepared for DIA

Key Findings
The key findings of the Grill Flame RV Enhancement effort were:

"Evidence continues to accumulate, in our laboratory and elsewhere, that remote viewing is a real phenomenon, and is not degraded by distance or shielding.

Evidence gathered to date permits the tentative conclusion that remote viewing abilities can be developed by appropriate training procedures.

Analysis by intelligence specialists indicates that remote viewing has potential for U.S. intelligence applications.

At this stage of development, descriptive content (e.g., sketches, configurations) appears to be more reliable than analytic content (e.g., function, complex technical data), but steady progress is being made on the latter".

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SRI 1986 suggested RV training procedure
- Gary Langford. (80 pages)
2.6 mb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


1986 Ed May - Enhanced Human performance evaluation (90 pages)
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SRI photon detection experiment 1986 (4 pages)
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SRI photon detection replication experiment 1987
(5 pages)
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SRI experiment for hemolysis using Remote viewing
and remote influencing (RA) (57 pages)

"Thirty-two subjects participated in the confi 'rmation study. Their task was to attempt to
retard the rate of hemolysis (destruction) of red blood cells which had been placed into a tube of distilled water and saline in a distant room.

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Sun streak Remote influencing (RA) investigation
on marine animals (48 pages)

"In 1986, SRI International awarded a subcontract to the College of Marine Studies of
the University of Delaware to conduct remote action (RA) experiments using marine algae as
AW target elements

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Sun streak 1987 Rv experiment of a locked-up Russian document (11 pages)


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Sun streak 1987 annual report (27 pages)
what remote viewers did what sessions using what method and their accuracy that year.
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A Sun streak slide show with notes (56 pages)
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1988 Review of psychoenergetic research at SRI
1972-1988 (33 pages)
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1988 SRI mass screening for Rv talent using an Rv task (13 pages)
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1988 Ed May 1988 - Forced choice Remote viewing
(24 pages)
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SRI 1989 - An Effort to improve Rv quality with hypnosis
(17 pages)
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1989 a report on: Government sponsored research
in Pshychoenergetics. (68 pages)
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Sun streak Qtr1 1989 Remote viewer production reportwhat viewers did, using what method and their accuracy.
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Sun streak Qtr2 1989 Remote viewer production reportwhat viewers did what sessions using what method and their accuracy that qtr.
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Sun streak Qtr3 1989 viewer production report
what viewers did, using what method and their accuracy.
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Sun streak 1989 Remote Viewer production report
(19 pages)

what the remote viewers did, using what method and their accuracy that year.
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Sun streak 1989 annual report (27 pages)
what viewers did what sessions using what method and their accuracy that year.
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Star gate 1989 - I deogram drills/session
for those of you in ideogram training - these may be useful.
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Star gate 1989 document that discusses pre cog data having only a 8-12% success rate (2 pages)
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1989 Ed May - An application Rv experiment
(57 pages)
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Star gate 1991 Stargate Summary (6 pages)

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Star gate 1993 SRI PSI study of the 'free world'
(211 Pages)
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Star gate 1993 - DIA remote viewing coding experiment 1993

"This project is part of on-going proficiency enhancement activity conducted by DTI-S personnel. It explores remote viewing (RV) communication potential involving a simple
coding technique."

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Star gate 1994 PSI research and analysis
-Ed May (109 pages)
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SAIC March 1994 Entropy experiment memorandum
(2 Pages)
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Star gate 1994 - DIA slide show with Gulf war remote viewing session data. (74 pages)
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ED May 1994 - 5yr plan for a PSI (AMP) program.
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star gate 1994 - DIA Research and peer Review plan
of Stargate.

Before the 1995 media explosion and exposure of the
Stargate program this document detailed 'Star gate'
and how it would have expanded and operatedwell
into 1999
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1995 Summary report on the Stargate operational tasking's. (22 pages)
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Star gate DIA 5yr Long term plan for Stargate
(67 pages)
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Star gate - Personnel continuity in Star gate
possible use of civilians in stargate and why?
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1995 An interview with a Stargate operational tasker
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ED May & letter discussing 'the real x files' documentary.
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1995 Ed May letter - comments on NOT using Ingo Swann 341 kb .pdf file - (right click to 'save as' OR it will just open!)


Area1 - Remote Viewing examples from the Star Gate Archives.

For more (Daz) remote viewing session and projects

For the 2001 Remote viewing study (25 RV sessions)


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