By Jim Marrs
PSI Spies will take you behind the curtain of the U.S. Army’s previously top-secret distant viewing unit to find how the army has used this psychic skill as a device, and a weapon. although distant viewing used to be constructed through a variety of tax-supported govt businesses, together with the CIA, the safeguard Intelligence service provider, or even the U.S. military, a majority of american citizens nonetheless have by no means heard of this college. within the Seventies, with the help of Congress, the military shaped a small unit of distant audience to secret agent for the United States. those soldiers/psychic spies received penetrating wisdom a couple of large choice of topics. They have been consulted to prevent a Soviet plot to kill President Ronald Reagan. They mentally prowled the halls of the Kremlin. They probed Iraq’s hidden guns websites in coaching for the 1991 Gulf battle. From insights into our destiny to the continued mysteries of UFOs and crop circles, no topic has been resistant to the army distant viewers—America’s Psi Spies.
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They went out and, to the simplest of my wisdom, researched Soviet expertise. They appeared into it, investigated it, no matter what. good, they'd categorised info that the Soviets have been utilizing “bio-energies,” that the Soviets have been utilizing psychics and such things as that. this can be one of many issues that Gen. Thompson desired to seriously look into. so that they passed this over to the SED staff. yet this used to be probably not in the trust constructions of the SED staff, in order that they merely halfheartedly appeared into it. truly, they passed it over to the single and merely enlisted guy that they had there, an E-8 grasp sergeant. one hundred thirty PSI Spies good, someday i used to be coming through and this sergeant had some of these books on “Beyond the physique” and different psychic stuff, so i began a talk. He instructed me he used to be studying psychic phenomena and such and that i acknowledged, “Hey, I’ve received all types of books of that at domestic. I’ll deliver a few so that you can assist you alongside. ” That tested that I had an curiosity in this stuff, so note acquired again that Riley the following turns out to identified anything approximately this, possibly we must be chatting with him. the subsequent factor Riley knew, he was once approached through Capt. Fred Atwater, who used to be a part of a “skunk works” unit known as GONDOLA want. The unit was once commanded by means of Maj. Scotty Watt, quickly to make lieutenant colonel. Riley acknowledged: They made him application supervisor of a software they devised to create a crew of individuals to determine in the event that they may perhaps reproduce the psychic phenomena being suggested from in the back of the iron curtain. They went out into the intelligence neighborhood within the D. C. [District of Columbia] sector with a majority of these mental profiles searching for humans for his or her staff. i suppose they interviewed approximately 3,000 humans. From that, they chose 12 humans as a middle team. those have been the folk they have been going to get to attempt and reproduce psychic happenings. and that i was once one of many 12. Riley acknowledged he used to be fortunate to be chosen for GONDOLA want simply because Watt didn't want any enlisted males at the staff. “So except myself, each person else was once both an officer or civilian GS [Government Service]. Out of that middle Enter the Psi Spies 131 workforce of 12, there have been ladies. in order that they determined to create this unit and renamed it GRILL FLAME. ” GRILL FLAME, in keeping with Riley, was once easily a computer-generated random code identify and pointed out the complete psychic software, the unit at citadel Meade, as was once good because the paintings at SRI: So those 12 humans have been introduced right into a convention room, interviewed, and advised what this unit used to be all approximately. They have been requested in the event that they desired to develop into part of this new unit that used to be being shaped. they usually all acknowledged, “Yeah, yes. ” and so they all signed their identify at the line and so on. It was once all voluntary. you'll bail out any time you desired to and, actually, the attrition expense used to be bang, bang, bang. It wasn’t very lengthy ahead of we have been all the way down to approximately six humans. a few left due to activity purposes, their workload was once simply too heavy. loads of them have been allowed to return to us on a weekly or twice-a-week foundation to do their factor. Their dad or mum unit, after all, used to be no longer advised why or no matter what.