Psychic Spys Uncovered

Pentagon Spent $20 Million to Develop Remote Viewing as a TEchnology

 

 

Almost immediately upon leaving the confines of the military and opening their doors, the company began taking on clients. Ironically, one of their first client's was associated with the military intelligence arena. A United Nations team turned to PSI TECH to help find Saddam Hussein's biological weapon sites and subsequent U.N. Arms Inspection Team Support. Early projects included: The Unibomber, Egyptair flight 990 disaster, Osama bin Laden’s location, the 911 attack, terrorist plots in the US, the outbreak of S.A.R.S, missing persons, the Kursk submarine sinking event, China’s acquisition of U.S.

 

W-88 Warhead Technology and China’s hidden strategic weapons systems, Enterovirus 71, a mind probe of figures such as Saddam Hussein to penetrate his war room and provide a six-month outlook for the Gulf region, hydrogen-based automobile power plant research development, the TWA flight 800 explosion, Mars anomalies, current and future solar activity, the location of Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Electra 10E, the location of optimum gold mining operations, Crop Circle investigations, the loss of the Mars Observer probe and the Telstar 401 Geosynchronous Communications Satellite, next environmental/global catastrophes, Hale Bopp Comet, AIDS, the Haunta Virus, Gulf War Syndrome, E-Bola, Contrails, secret aerospace projects, and the crash of American Airline Flight 587.

 

PROJECTS THE PUBLIC MAY NOT BE AWARE OF:

 

No More Secrets

It All Started In The Secret Confines of The Pentagon -- But It's Now In The Boardrooms of America.

It's bizarre. What was once used to find biological weapon sites of Saddam Hussein in the first Gulf War is now being deployed by Hedge funds and Executives to predict the outcome of a stock, develop strategic plans for new products, and even to probe the mind of a merger/acquisition candidate. But just how is it done?.

 

How we differ from other intelligence agencies

 

A professional private investigator or intelligence agency is paid to collect and deliver facts. They rely on conventional methods to obtain their data. While using such secretive tactics as dumpster diving, planting electronic bugs, and dawning clever disguises may be what you see in the movies, the more realistic data collection methods include background checks using public records, profiling, and discrete surveillance and tracking. They utilize social networks to hone in on information that is easily found in cyberspace (if you know how to look). And due to the complexities of our modern world, most intelligence collection agencies are highly specialized, meaning they focus on one type of service, such as corporate, political, patent, or security.

 

The trouble is, these conventional methods aren’t foolproof. The types of public records that are accessible are limited by law. Profiling is only as good as the person analyzing the facts. Surveillance is only as good as the technology being used and the range or location of its placement. Much information can be gleaned from social networks, but how do you know if the information is real? Behind the safety of a keyboard, people say anything. And while being specialized does have its benefits, it comes at a high cost.

 

PSICORP comes in where conventional methods leave off. Our team of professionals is not bound by space or time. There are no walls that can contain us. No shades to block our view. We are not bound by linear time constraints, able only to piece together past events by the physical clues and trace evidence left behind. We are able to look back at the event itself, as it occured in real time. We are not bound by the present. We can move forward on trajectories to track future outcomes and perceive information that has yet to be realized. Our surveillance methods are not high tech cameras, bugs, or satellites. We use an even more powerful tool; an incredible mind technology that even the Soviets during the cold war were unable to block. We are not restricted by current profiling methods, for we are able to glean information from within the conscious mind of our targets. We have no need to track down and interview a suspect or witness in a case. We simply go into the person’s conscious mind and secure information directly from the source.

 

How does PSICORP get your data?

 

PSICORP uses a highly structured and standardized mind technology that allows the viewer to consistently obtain accurate information, on demand, using a rigorously applied set of protocols.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s a trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events - targets - distant in time or space, while conscious awareness remains totally "blind" to details about the target itself. It is, quite simply, the quintessential data collection skill.

 

The TRV techniques result in an accurate transfer of information from the viewer's unconscious mind into conscious awareness, before the aware, creative, and analytical part of the mind has time to distort, contaminate, or otherwise interfere with the data flow. During this process, the viewer becomes linked directly to the collective unconscious - also referred to as the Matrix. This process works whether the target is in the next room or on the other side of the globe. And as mind exists outside of time and space, the information can exist anywhere in time or space.

 

Where does the information come from?

 

Think of all of the information in the entire universe existing as patterns of information in a single dimensional space. One analogy would be a massive library. Except this library of information is dynamic. The data isn't passive like it is in a regular library or on a random access memory disk. Because the patterns of information being stored there are constantly changing, just as you are changing every second. The way that the books are stored in this collective unconscious is in the form of information patterns. Each of these patterns is unique for every person, every place, every thing and every event.

 

When our viewers utilize Technical Remote Viewing, they turn their unconscious mind toward these specific patterns of information, and in a consistent and accurate manner, produce descriptions in terms of words and sketches that fit this pattern - this target. It's as if their personal unconscious mind is interfacing with a library that's talking to them.

 

How was TRV developed?

 

It sounds impossible. Too good to be true. But the truth is all humans have the innate potential to receive detailed information on a target distant in space and/or time using only their minds. The trouble has been that throughout history, only a small number of exceptional natural psychics have developed their ability to a point of repeatability and consistency. It wasn’t until the late twentieth century when the U.S. intelligence community poured millions of research dollars into the area of psychic functioning that a true breakthrough was realized.

 

In the 1970s, in an effort to use psychics for intelligence gathering purposes, the CIA contracted Stanford Research Institute to develop a reliable technique that could be used to collect accurate information on distant targets. The outcome of this research was a set of protocols and a training program that allowed virtually anyone to be trained to perceive psychically

 

 

 

 

 

 

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derived information, while surpassing the accuracy of the best known natural psychics. For the first time, a remote viewer could learn how to consistently separate imagination from true target data and remain locked on the target signal.

 

Unlike earlier research involving "out-of-body experiences" and freestyle Extended Remote Viewing (ERV), the remote viewer worked fully conscious at a state of high attention. The protocols were designed to slowly bring the viewer to closer target contact, working from the general to the specific, collecting bits and pieces of data in a specific and structured manner, with all viewers following the same rigorously applied six stage process.

 

Remote viewing as an applied Military Intelligence tool

 

The refinement and development of the process did not end in the laboratory. In 1976, General Edwin Thompson formed Detachment G, a remote viewing unit, and two years later, an operation collection project was formalized under Army Intelligence at Fort Meade, Maryland. This operation was classified, and consisted of soldiers and a few civilians who were believed to possess varying degrees of natural psychic ability. The Defense Intelligence Agency's unit employed and expanded on the remote viewing procedures, which were tested against top secret and distant targets often involving life or death situations - a motivating factor which simply does not exist in the laboratory research environment. The work these viewers produced had to be accurate and they used it to save lives, find hostages, and solve complex problems involving the security of the United States.

 

Fearing that this technology would eventually be lost, one of the training officers of the remote viewing unit formed a private corporation in 1989, and the former presiding General of INSCOM (Intelligence Security Command) sat on the board of directors to help usher this technology out of the confines of secrecy and into the private sector.

 

 

Technical Remote Viewing today

 

Almost immediately upon leaving the confines of the military and opening their doors, the company began taking on clients. During the first Gulf war, a United Nations team turned to PSI TECH for help to find Saddam Hussein's biological weapon sites, and again for subsequent U.N. Arms Inspection Team Support. But this was just the beginning. Clients came in from all corners of the globe, and the projects covered the entire gambit, from problem solving to product development, from crime cases and missing persons, to the cause of infectious disease outbreaks, from unsolved mysteries to secret technologies.

 

While the techniques continued to be refined and stream-lined on real-world targets, the uses for TRV expanded and PSI TECH’s sister company, PSICORP, was born. A consulting group that applied the technology to solve problems for its corporate personal and investment clients.

 

Here was a tool that allowed one to access information in the past, present, or future. The user was not constrained by the present, nor bound by the physical laws of the natural world. It was soon realized that this tool could be used to make optimum choices in one’s life—to travel down trajectories to their end to know if the choices being made in the present were the right ones to make.

 

The data for personal targets was just as accurate as those for the government and private agencies, and soon individual clients began using PSICORP to look at their optimum business strategies, career paths, life companions, and health trajectories. The projects were limited only by imagination.

Today, no project is too big or too small.

 

Whether you’re seeking the edge in a political campaign, yearning for business leverage in a failing economy, struggling with a career choice, trying to solve a seemingly impossible problem, or just looking for fulfillment, PSICORP can help give you the answers. We possess the key to unlock data banks of information where conventional agencies have restricted access. And in a world full of roadblocks, it’s just the edge you need.

 

 

 

Perhaps The Most Unusual Top Secret Spy Technology Is Now Used To Zero In On The Future, Uncovering Best Case Scenario Investment Strategies, Even Finding Your Perfect Mate

By Kimberly Snow