In 2010, South Korea responded to military provocations from North Korea with a renewed psychological warfare effort. The first weapon of choice? Korean popular music known as K-Pop.
Imagine this: your neighbor in the apartment next door is an extraterrestrial alien being from another star: “Is he Uri Geller, or something? You know, the TV magician back in the day. He said he came across a UFO and obtained superpowers. He bent spoons with his eyes.”
Psychic spy Ingo Swann wrote one of the most bizarre accounts in the history of the paranormal war effort. According to Ingo Swann, a super-secret group, led by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” put him mind-to-mind and face-to-face against an extraterrestrial avatar in human form.