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by Brent Swancer            March 3, 2018             (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• Throughout the years, people have claimed to have traveled between planets through space by various means. Here are some of those accounts.
• In 1936, a woman named Dana Howard made contact with an 8-foot tall, golden-haired woman from Venus who called herself Diane. The Venusian took her aboard a gem-studded, translucent spaceship and they traveled to Venus. On Venus were inhabitants of ethereal physical beauty who manipulated life essences to heal themselves, and had teleportation technology. Howard eventually married a (male) Venusian and had children who were raised on Venus. She describes her adventures in a series of books published during the 1950’s, assisted by Diane the Venusian.
• In the 1950’s, Howard Menger claimed to have made several trips aboard UFOs into the solar system. He visited Venus with its groves of redwood-like trees, the Moon with its domes and hover trains, and even Menger’s home planet, Saturn. While on Saturn, Menger learned that he had died and had his consciousness beamed into 1-year-old Earthling Howard Menger. Later, Menger would claim that it was all an illusion implanted into his mind by the CIA.
• In 1952, George Adamski made contact with a beautiful, blonde-haired, blue-eyed Venusian named Orthon in the Mojave Desert. Adamski made numerous trips to both Venus and the Moon aboard a giant bell-shaped spacecraft. He described the Moon as having forests, cities, mountains, and lights that glittered in the air like “millions of fireflies.”
• In 1774, Swedish philosopher and scientist Emanuel Swedenborg claimed that God had given him the ability to open his mind to speak with angels or demons, and to make psychic journeys across Heaven, Hell, and other parts of the solar system. Swedenborg noted that Mars, the Moon, Mercury, Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus each had their own unique civilizations. The Martians were hairless humanoid beings who wore tree bark for clothing and lived in a Utopian society with no crime or war. On Venus there were two races of people, one peaceful and the other malevolent. Saturn contained a race of humble people who buried their dead by covering the bodies with leaves. The Moon had a race of stout dwarves with booming voices. While the people of Mercury were serious thinkers who wore tight-fitting clothing, people on Jupiter were jokesters who liked to walk on their hands.
• In the late 1800’s, the Denton family of England could see past events in vivid detail simply by touching historical objects or fossils. They used this power to project themselves to other parts of the solar system. Denton’s son visited Venus to find numerous strange animals, massive trees shaped like mushrooms, and water that was “heavy but not wet.” The Dentons also visited Mars where yellow-haired people with four fingers possessed fantastical flying machines. On Jupiter they encountered beings with large blue eyes and long blonde hair who had the ability to levitate in the air.
• In 1906, Sackville G. Leyson astral projected to Mars which he found shrouded in red clouds and mist. And odd un-cold snow-like substance fell from these clouds and made the ground soft. The planet was populated by two different types of beings. One type were hulking, hairy, one-eyed giants with elephant-like ears and the nose of a lion, who lived in rock huts above ground. The other were two-foot tall dwarves with webbed hands and feet, a fish-like face with no nose and bulbous eyes on the sides of their heads, who lived underground and had the ability to scale sheer walls.
• More recently, a psychic named Ingo Swann (who died in 2013), was expert at remote viewing (out of body travel). He remote traveled to Mercury and discovered that it had a thin atmosphere with constantly shifting lights akin to the Aurora Borealis. Several week after Swann’s visit, the Mariner 10 space probe passed Mercury to find that it was very much as Swann had described, with magnetic poles and an atmosphere. Swann remotely visited Jupiter and described it as a frigid place with raging tornadoes and a poisonous atmosphere possessing a myriad of colors like a “giant fireworks display”. He related that the planet had strong magnetic forces and a 30,000-foot-high mountain range. Eight months later, the Pioneer 10 probe passed Jupiter and found many of these descriptions to be true. American astronaut Edgar Mitchell stated that “[Swann’s] impressions of Mercury and Jupiter cannot be dismissed. Dr. J. Allen Hynek said “[Swann’s] impressions of Jupiter, along with his experience with Mercury, most certainly point the way to more experimentation.” On the other hand, science fiction author Isaac Asimov and cosmologist Carl Sagan dismissed Swann’s findings outright.
• Finally, in 2014, Randy Cramer, aka Captain Kaye, claimed to having spent 17 years on Mars as part of a military defense force protecting an Earth-based colony called Aries Prime. Cramer said that Mars has a balmy but pleasant climate and breathable atmosphere.

 

For as long as we have looked up at the stars and wondered about what lies beyond that vast, black void between us there has been the yearning to set out and explore the reaches past our planet, solar system, and beyond. We as a species have spent vast quantities of money and time towards this end, and yet at this moment we are confined to a relatively small region around our own planet. Yet throughout the years there have been those who have claimed to have actually done what we desire, and have reportedly managed to travel between planets. Whether it be by space ship, teleportation, or other mysterious means, such bizarre reports claim that free travel amongst the cosmos is not only possible, but that it has already happened. Here are some of the weirder of these.

Perhaps the most common way that people have claimed to have been whisked off around the solar system is the old-fashioned way; aboard some sort of alien spacecraft. One early account of this type was the deeply odd story of a Dana Howard, who in 1936 allegedly made contact with a towering, 8-foot tall, golden haired woman from Venus who called herself Diane. Howard claims that the Venusian took her aboard a spaceship, described as being gem-studded and translucent, and she was flown off to the distant Venus. There she found inhabitants of ethereal physical beauty, who manipulated life essences to heal themselves and had teleportation technology.

Howard would even claim to have married a Venusian and to have had children living there. She went on to describe Venus and its people in great detail over the years in numerous books, including My Flight to Venus (1954), Diane: She Came From Venus (1956), Over the Threshold (1957), and Vesta, the Earthborn Venusian (1959), all of which were purportedly helped along by the occasional visits from the mysterious Diane.

Another apparent traveler to Venus was Howard Menger, who in the 1950s claimed to have had frequent contact with extraterrestrials from when he was a child, and to have made several trips out into the solar system aboard UFOs over the years. He reportedly went to Venus, with its groves of huge redwood-like trees, as well as to the Moon, which apparently had advanced domes and hover trains, and Saturn, where he would claim he had originally been born as a man named Sol du Naro, who had been romantically involved with a woman from Venus. According to Menger, while on Saturn he had learned that he had died and then had his consciousness beamed into 1-year-old Howard Menger, after which he had grown up as an Earthling. Menger wrote several books about his completely bonkers tales, and made quite a splash in UFOlogy at the time. Making it all even weirder is that he would later claim that none of it had happened at all, and that it was all an illusion implanted into his mind during CIA mind control experiments. Again, whether any of it is real or not, it sure is a wild ride.

Even more well-known is the tale of Polish immigrant George Adamski, who in 1952 apparently made contact with a Nordic-looking Venusian named Orthon in the Mojave Desert. Adamski would then allegedly make numerous trips to both Venus and the Moon aboard a giant bell-shaped spacecraft. The people of Venus were said to have blonde hair, blue eyes, and to be very beautiful, and the moon was described as having forests, cities, and mountains, as well as lights that glittered in the air like “millions of fireflies.” Although Adamski’s stories are mostly accused of being cheap knock-offs of pulp science fiction stories, he has nevertheless gone on to become one of the more well-known UFO contactees.

Some claims of strange travels around the solar system were not done aboard any sort of space craft, but rather through supposed mental powers, psychic projection, or other mystical means. One of the earliest and weirdest of such reports is the case of the Swedish philosopher, inventor, scientist, and mystic, Emanuel Swedenborg, who claimed that in 1774 he had a potent spiritual awakening. During this time, he said he gained the power to open his mind to speak with angels or demons, and to make psychic journeys, an ability which he used to travel across Heaven, Hell, and to other parts of the solar system, not through the power of any technology, but through the power of God.

Swedenborg claimed that he had been guided along on this journey by God and angels, and that he saw many wondrous things in other parts of our universe. Among his many detailed accounts, some of the more interesting are what he claimed to have seen in our solar system. He said that he had visited Mars, the Moon, Mercury, Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus, and that each of these places had their own unique civilizations. The Martians were described as being totally without body hair and wearing tree bark for clothing. They apparently lived in a peaceful Utopian society where there was no crime or war. On Venus there were claimed to be two races of people, a benevolent, peaceful tribe, and another dedicated to violence, war, and thievery. Saturn had its humble people who lived simple lives and buried their dead by covering the bodies with leaves, and the Moon had a race of stout dwarves with booming voices. The people of Mercury were said to wear tight-fitting clothing and to be stern and serious deep thinkers and philosophers, while the population of Jupiter were jovial jokesters and liked to walk about on their hands.

All of these things were explained in meticulous detail in Swedenborg’s writings of his experiences, and although it seems pretty obvious now that there are no such beings as far as we know on any of these planets, at the time it was eaten up by those who followed him and it captured the imagination. He would spend the rest of his life trying to fulfill what he saw as his mission from God to reform Christianity, and he would publish a total of 18 tomes to this effect, the most well-known being his book The Heavenly Doctrine. Did he see any of this at all, perhaps existing in an alternate dimension or reality, or is this all the ramblings of a delusional mind?

In the late 19th century we have the account of the Denton family of England, who were claimed to have the power of psychometry, which means they could basically hold or touch an object and divine facts about it. In the case of William Denton and his family, they could see past events in vivid detail simply from touching historical objects or fossils, and some of them even claimed to have used this power to project themselves to other parts of the solar system. Denton’s son claimed that he had visited Venus and seen numerous strange and wondrous animals, as well as massive trees shaped like mushrooms and water that was “heavy but not wet.” Other members of the family and Denton himself supposedly visited Mars, which had yellow-haired people with four fingers who possessed fantastical flying machines, as well as Jupiter, whose inhabitants apparently had large blue eyes, long flowing blonde hair, and the ability to float through the air at will. Although the Dentons could have very well been attention seeking cranks, it is all very outlandish and entertaining nevertheless.

In the early 1900s there was also the purported 1906 psychic journey of a Sackville G. Leyson, who happened to be the president of the “Society for Psychical Research” at the time. Through astral projection, Leyson said he had managed to travel to Mars, of which he gave a quite detailed description. According to Leyson, the landscape was perpetually shrouded in red clouds and mist, and there was an odd substance like snow that often fell, but which was not cold and made the ground soft. He said that the planet was populated by two different races of beings with vastly different physical appearances. One was a race of hulking giants covered in hair, who towered over him and had a single eye in the middle of their foreheads, elephant-like ears, the nose of a lion, and who lived in rock huts aboveground. There was also claimed to be a smaller race of dwarves, who only came up to Leyson’s knees. These diminutive creatures supposedly lived in underground lairs, had webbed hands and feet, a fish-like face with no nose, bulbous eyes on the sides of their heads, and the ability to scale sheer walls like an insect. It is widely believed that this report was likely a piece of creative journalism, but it is certainly strange enough to warrant mention.

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by Brent Swancer      November 12, 2017        (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• Some people have psychic abilities far beyond the norm. Governments around the world have long sought to try and harness the untapped powers of the human mind to mixed results. Here are some of the oddest such experiments:
• Believing that the Soviets were engaged in psychic research, the U.S. government began exploring psychic powers in the 1970’s by establishing “Operation Stargate”, a special psychic phenomena unit at Fort Meade, Maryland.
• A psychic probe involved placing an individual into a self-hypnotic trance in a controlled darkened environment, and causing him/her to vocally describe images and other impressions that came to mind. The “viewer” would be given the parameters of a target area or an intelligence question and the subject’s verbalization would be closely monitored.
• In 1974, a Soviet site in present day Kazakhstan was targeted. The viewer was given the coordinates and was able to draw a layout of buildings and a massive crane. Satellite imagery would later confirm this as perfectly matching what the psychic had drawn.
• In 1976, a Stargate psychic named Rosemary Smith located within a few miles a Soviet bomber which had gone down in the jungles of Africa, allowing a team to recover the plane.
• In 1979, Stargate viewer Joseph McMoneagle described what he saw at the coordinates given as a low, grey windowless building wreathed in the stench of Sulphur. This was confirmed by a second viewer. It turned out to be a Chinese nuclear complex called Lop Nor.
• Also in 1979, a remote viewer describe seeing a drab building along the sea which stank of gasoline and harbored a weapon of some sort that looked like a “shark.” Later, satellite imagery would show that the base indeed held a massive new type of nuclear class of submarine that the Soviets called the Akula, which means “shark” in Russian.
• In 1987 the remote viewers were used to try and track down a CIA mole. They were able to divine the information that the man lived in Washington, was married to a Latin American woman, likely from Colombia, and drove an expensive foreign car. The mole was Aldrich Ames who lived in Washington, was married to a Columbian, and drove a Jaguar.
• For all of these successes there were just as many failures and ambiguities. Attempts to use the viewers to locate the whereabouts of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 1986 and fugitive Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, attempts to locate certain weapons of war, and efforts to locate prisoners of war still kept after the Vietnam War, all failed to produce any actionable intelligence or useful information.
• Project Stargate was disbanded in 1995. With so many instances false positives and vague, confused, irrelevant, ambiguous, or flat out wrong data, the CIA to conclude that the technique was not worth pursuing for intelligence gathering purposes.
• In 2003, roughly 73,000 pages of Project Stargate records were declassified. However, another 17, 700 were marked as too sensitive to be released.
• In 1981, the Chinese government began testing psychic children who were able to teleport small objects from one place to the other, even through physical barriers.
• In 1990, further testing of psychic children by the Chinese teleported objects through sealed paper envelopes, paper bags, and glass bottles. The specimens would simply disappear from their resting place in the container to reappear somewhere else. Even living things such as insects made it through without any negative effects or noticeable change.
• Is any of this being used today? Are there psychic warriors in operation behind conflicts that we do not even know about? To what extent has any of this research been pursued and is it being covered up? [Editor’s Note] You betcha.

 

Do we humans harbor within us vast mental powers beyond our imagination? Are some of us gifted with psychic abilities far beyond the norm, and if so what does that mean for us as a society? Whether one believes in extra sensory perception, mental powers, or any of the phenomena that go with them, some governments of the world have certainly at some point or another taken notice to entertain the idea. After all, wouldn’t such amazing abilities be useful for warfare or intelligence gathering? Governments around the world have long sought to try and harness the untapped powers of the human mind to mixed results, and here are some of the oddest such experiments, which were perhaps surprisingly taken quite seriously in their time, perhaps not to be dismissed out of hand.

Although it had dabbled in extra sensory perception abilities in the 40s and 50s, the United States government began to truly pursue the potential application of psychic powers in warfare starting from the 1970s, when the U.S. Army, CIA, and Defense Intelligence Agency established a special unit at Fort Meade, Maryland, for the purpose of investigating psychic phenomena. Ordered by Maj. Gen. Edmund Thompson, then the Army’s top intelligence officer, and overseen by a Lt. Frederick Holmes “Skip” Atwater and later on Maj. Gen. Albert Stubblebine, what would be variously called Grill Flame, Sun Streak, and ultimately eventually fall under the general blanket code name of Project Stargate began here, and one of the main original focuses of the research was into what is referred to as “remote viewing,” or basically the ability for a psychic operative to observe and describe places, information, or objects from afar.

Left: Maj. Gen. Edmund Thompson, Right: Maj. Gen. Albert Stubblebine

The great potential military application for this sort of thing is obvious, and the U.S. government pursued it with vigor, believing that the Soviets were also engaged in such research and vice versa, essentially setting off a sort of “psychic arms race,” so to speak. One part of an overview of the project that is part of declassified documents stated:

Driven by the notion that the Soviets might develop capabilities in this area, key personalities in the intelligence community were determined to explore the potential usefulness of psychic phenomena.
It was not a particular extravagant affair at first, poorly funded, run out of an old, decrepit barracks and only employing around 20 people or less in the beginning, and although there were certainly those in the military who thought it was all a bonkers, crackpot idea, the organization itself was very serious about what they were investigating. Psychics were recruited to the program, who then underwent scientific tests of their supposed abilities and programs to try and hone them in order to basically create an army of psychic spies. One former researcher with the program describes what they did thus:

In short, it involved placing an individual in a controlled darkened environment, descending him or her into a self-hypnotic trance and causing him/her to vocally describe images and other impressions that came to mind. In an intelligence context, the subject would be given some parameters of a target area or an intelligence question and the subject’s verbalization would be closely monitored.

There were a few stand out supposed successes within the secretive program in the over 20 years that it existed. In 1974, a Soviet site called Semipalatinsk, located in present day Kazakhstan was targeted as a suspicious location by the U.S. government for reasons it did not seem willing to discuss. Not much was known about the location at the time, and a remote viewer with the program was tasked with trying to get a peek at what was going on in there. The viewer was given the coordinates of the site, after which he managed to draw a layout of buildings and a surprisingly massive crane, and stated that it seemed to be a facility for perhaps housing missiles underground. Amazingly, satellite imagery would later confirm this, perfectly matching what the psychic had drawn out during his visions.

In 1976, the remote viewers were tasked with the mission of trying to track down the whereabouts of a downed Soviet bomber, which had gone down into the wilds of Africa and vanished into the jungle. The CIA came to Stargate in desperation more than anything else, as all other attempts to locate the missing plane had met with failure, including satellite imaging, ground searches, and human intelligence. One psychic named Rosemary Smith, who also happened to be a secretary at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, managed to conjure up location of the downed plane to within a few miles. A team was sent to the area that she had described and discovered the crash site, an unbelievable feat and no one was able to figure out how this woman could have possibly produced this intelligence that no one else could. It was seen as evidence that the technique could work.

In another instance in 1979, a man once only known as Remote Viewer #1, who was actually named Joseph McMoneagle, under deep hypnosis described what he saw at the coordinates given to him by his handler. He explained that he could see a low, grey windowless building wreathed in the stench of sulphur, which he then drew onto some paper. This same image would be reproduced independently by a Remote Viewer #29, with the two drawn images being strikingly similar and the added detail that the place had numerous pieces of heavy machinery and that there was smelting of some sort going on. In both cases, the descriptions and the drawings closely matched a Chinese nuclear complex called Lop Nor, which was located in those coordinates and which neither of the men had ever seen with their own eyes, nor had had any contact with each other.

Also in 1979 was the case of remote viewers from an offshoot of the program called Detachment G to look into a shadowy and secret Soviet Naval base. In this case, the psychics were able to describe seeing a drab building along the sea which stank of gasoline and harbored a weapon of some sort that looked like a “shark.” Later, satellite imagery would show that the base indeed held a massive new type of nuclear class of submarine that the Soviets called the Akula, which means “shark” in Russian.

In 1987 the remote viewers were used to try and track down a CIA mole, and several of the viewers were able to divine the information that the man lived in Washington, was married to a Latin American woman, likely from Colombia, and drove an expensive foreign car. When the mole was found to be an Aldrich Ames in 1994 it was found that he did indeed live in Washington, was married to a Columbian, and drove a Jaguar. Spookily, the psychics had detailed this nearly a decade before.

Cases such as these kept the top secret agency going, with the government pumping an estimated $20 million into their activities. However, for all of these alleged successes there were just as many failures or instances where things were ambiguous to say the least. Attempts to use the viewers to locate the whereabouts of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 1986, fugitive Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega after the U.S. invasion of the country, attempts to locate certain weapons of war, and efforts to locate prisoners of war still kept after the Vietnam War, among others, all failed to produce any actionable intelligence or useful information at all. On top of this, despite the occasional successes there were just too many instances of false positives and vague, confused, irrelevant, ambiguous, or flat out wrong data to make psychic powers a viable pursuit at the time. This led the CIA to conclude that the technique was not worth pursuing for intelligence gathering purposes, and that it was not ready for any real, trustworthy application in the field. Simply put, it was deemed to be more trouble than it was worth.

Other experiments carried out by the program were those dealing with telekinesis, clairvoyance, and even trying to stop the hearts of animals with the power of the mind, but none of them ever produced consistent, reproducible results, if any. Amidst growing skepticism and lack of clear results and lowered funding, Project Stargate was disbanded in 1995. Project Stargate is the subject of the 2004 book The Men Who Stare at Goats, by Jon Ronson, as well as the 2009 film of the same name. In 2003, the long top-secret, need-to-know only project saw roughly 73,000 pages of records declassified, yet interestingly a further 17, 700 were marked as too sensitive to be released. One wonders just what exactly is on those mysterious pages.

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by Arjun Walia      October 26, 2017       (collective-evolution.com)

• The Stargate project was a US government “remote viewing” program that “officially” ran from 1978 to 1995. A psychic participant would be given latitude and longitude coordinates, and a date, and then he or she would remotely visit and describe the scene at that place and time. A remote viewer can visit a scene in the past or in the future.
• In 1979, President Jimmy Carter described publicly how an Air Force remote viewer was able to locate a lost Soviet aircraft in Zaire, Africa.
• Another remote viewer named Ingo Swann was able to view and describe the rings around Jupiter, which the Pioneer 10 spacecraft later verified.
• A colleague of Swann, Joseph McMoneagle, relates in a video that in 1984 he remote viewed Mars a million years ago. He had visions of tall, thin, humanoid beings who inhabited Mars in the past. He found evidence of giant structures and pyramids on the surface and underneath in caverns. He described machines on the surface and underneath. And he saw an ancient people trying to survive, people searching for a new home.
• Former NASA scientist, Dr. John Brandenburg, revealed that it was known in NASA that the ‘Face on Mars’ was a real carved face, and that the planet suffered a nuclear blast causing a dramatic loss of Martian atmosphere.
• Mainstream scientists have agreed now that Mars was once very much Earth-like, that it probably hosted some form of life, and that something happened in Mars’ past which completely changed its planetary/atmospheric conditions.
• John Grunsfeld, astronaut and associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directive, stated “Mars used to be Earth-like… and…home not only to life, but [to] a humanoid civilization, and that civilization was apparently destroyed by a nuclear attack from space”.
• Dr. Norman Burgrun, a mechanical engineer for Ames Research Labs and Lockheed Martin, claims that NASA has actively been “garbling” the photos of the Face on Mars over the years, to hide the truth from the public. (see photo progression) Burgrun also says that NASA is hiding the fact that there are intelligently controlled objects out there, greater than anything we could ever imagine.

 

“The more we observe Mars, the more information we’re getting that it really is a fascinating planet, from the Curiosity Rover we now know that Mars once was like a planet very much like Earth, with long salty seas, with fresh water lakes, probably with snow capped peaks and clouds and a water cycle just like we’re studying here on Earth. . . . Something has happened to Mars, it lost its water.”

The quote above comes from John Grunsfeld, a five-time space flow astronaut and associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directive. It was given at a NASA press conference where representatives told the world that there is water on Mars, that it’s not the dry, arid planet we imagined it to be, and that it was once very much Earth-like and still holds the possibility of harbouring life. After all, water means life.

While this announcement came as something of a shock to the public, scientists have been telling the world for some time now that Mars was once very much Earth-like, that it probably hosted some form of life, and that something happened in Mars’ past which completely changed its planetary/atmospheric conditions.

What’s more, many prestigious scientists, high ranking military personnel, and political figures have been coming forward to disclose sightings of strange objects flying within our atmosphere that defy our current understanding of physics. Some also assert some of these objects could be extraterrestrial, and there is “abundant” evidence we are not alone in the universe.

One of many examples is Dr. Norman Burgrun, a mechanical engineer who has worked for Ames Research Laboratory, NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics), and Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, now known as Lockheed Martin. He then went on to found Bergrun Engineering and Research. You can view some of his publications for NASA, where he worked for more than a decade.

             “garbling” the Face on Mars

In this interview, Bergrun accuses that agency of “garbling” photos and fudging data, as well as hiding the fact that there are intelligently controlled objects out there, greater than anything we could ever imagine.

Life on Mars

It’s interesting that NASA held the press conference confirming that Mars used to be Earth-like when Dr. John Brandenburg, who worked for NASA, has been speaking about this for years. Brandenburg has worked on space plasma technologies, nuclear fusion, and advanced space propulsion, and invented the Microwave Electro-Thermal plasma thruster using water propellant for space propulsion. He was also the Deputy Manager of the Clementine Mission to the Moon, which was part of a joint space project between the Ballistic Missile Defence Organization (BMDO) and NASA. The mission discovered water at the Moon’s poles in 1994.

Brandenburg has been lecturing and writing for the past couple of years on the pyramid structures that have been found on Mars, as well as relaying to the public that the giant “face” discovered on Mars by Viking in the 1970s is an actual, giant face. He says NASA knows this and that, contrary to their assertion that they don’t know what caused the dramatic shift that occurred in Mars’ atmosphere, they know there was a nuclear blast — a fact proven by nuclear isotopes found on the planet.

“We have found, in a nutshell, that Mars used to be Earth-like, in the past, and became, eventually, the home not only to life, but a humanoid civilization, and that civilization was apparently destroyed by a nuclear attack from space, and we have to send astronauts there to find out what exactly happened. Did the people on Mars know who did this to them? And how can we make sure that this doesn’t happen to us?” – Dr. John Brandenburg

Any scientist who publicly shares information that challenges commonly held belief systems, as well as what’s been put out by mainstream media, will always come under public scrutiny and ridicule.

Joe McMoneagle, the Army Remote Viewer

The Stargate project was one of multiple programs that the U.S. government undertook to examine non-material science and “psi” phenomena like telepathy and telekinesis. It ran for more than two decades, and a lot of information regarding the program has since been declassified and opened for public viewing.

The program was used multiple times for successful intelligence collection, as outlined in a paper published after the declassification in 1995: To summarize, over the years, the back-and-forth criticism of protocols, refinement of methods, and successful replication of this type of remote viewing in independent laboratories has yielded considerable scientific evidence for the reality of the [remote viewing] phenomenon. Adding to the strength of these results was the discovery that a growing number of individuals could be found to demonstrate high-quality remote viewing, often to their own surprise. . . . The development of this capability at SRI has evolved to the point where visiting CIA personnel with no previous exposure to such concepts have performed well under controlled laboratory conditions.

One of the participants in that program was Joseph McMoneagle, a now-retired army veteran who was involved in the remote viewing program. Remote viewing is the the ability of individuals to describe a remote geographical location up to several hundred thousand kilometers away (or more) from their physical location.

Remote viewing is also tied in with pre-cognition, and future events have also been successfully predicted. One example includes a Soviet Tu-22 bomber that was outfitted as a reconnaissance aircraft, lost in Zaire in 1979, then located by an Air Force remote viewer. President Jimmy Carter was aware of this, admitting to national press that the CIA, without his knowledge, once consulted a psychic to locate a missing government plane. According to CNN, he told students at Emory University that the “special U.S. plane” crashed somewhere in Zaire. The only thing is that it was a Russian plane, not an American one.

According to Carter, “the woman went into a trance and gave some latitude and longitude figures. We focused our satellite cameras on that point and the plane was there.

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