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Cosmic Book Reviews
from the January 2008 Star Beacon
Remote viewing through Psi Spies
Review by Marty Ulrich (Mau)
The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program
by Jim Marrs
The Career Press, Inc., 2007
3 Tice Road, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
excited about this book as I am very interested in astral travel, psychic
powers, remote viewing and the like. However, when I first started reading it,
I found it to be a little slow and boring. The beginning talks about David
Morehouse and how he found the Psi Spies program and how the program got
started along with the history of its development. I kept reading, though...
third into it, things got pretty interesting. The book details several
experiments and procedures by credible research institutes, such as Stanford
Research Institute. In early experiments, remote viewing was a mysterious and
unpredictable phenomenon. Results were often inaccurate, but when they were
right, they were incredibly accurate often seeing details overlooked by
people physically at the site of viewing.
60s and 70s, more research was conducted, and what they came up with was
called Controlled Remote Viewing, in which coordinates were given to a subject
and they would then view the coordinates remotely and report back on what was
seen. Procedures were developed and remote viewing was proven scientifically,
although still today many researchers dont accept it, because researchers
still have a hard time explaining exactly how remote viewing works.
Nonetheless, funding came in from various sources to keep the Psi Spies alive
and well, because they produced results.
Spies died around the early 90s, but only in the public eye. Covert black-ops
took over and now use the intelligence for their own purposes. The early
founders of the Psi Spies took their knowledge to the private sector and
started companies offering psychic services.
end of the book, I found it very interesting. The people involved with remote
viewing had such extraordinary experiences. They started a collection of
unexplained stories called the Enigma Files. These contained remote-viewing
sessions of UFOs, other planets and locations impossible for us to physically
book was well documented, indexed and written coherently. After the initial
boring history of how they started, I found the book quite fascinating, and
will probably use it as a reference in my own research with remote viewing.
(Marty Ulrich) resides in Oceanside, Calif., where he has decided to take up
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