DECLASSIFIED CIA FILES SHOW HOW THE U S USES PSYCHICS TO SPY ON OTHER COUNTRIES
Back in January, public pressure forced the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to publish millions of once-classified documents online, giving people the opportunity to browse the documents from home for the first time.
However, written in complicated jargon, the documents proved to be of little use, other than for exposing a spy agency’s failure to produce viable research amidst unlimited funding and no real leadership following WWII.
Among the jargon is a bit about psychics. U.S. intelligence agencies and the Pentagon were given the opportunity to implement a 1975 psychic program in response to Iranian revolutionaries seizing the U.S. embassy and taking 52 American personnel hostage.
The Miami Herald notes:
In an operation code-named Grill Flame, half a dozen psychics working inside a dimly lit room in an ancient building in Fort Meade, Maryland, on more than 200 occasions tried to peer through the ether to see where the hostages were being held, how closely they were guarded and the state of their health.
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Posted by Nicole Bourbaki