A Congressionally Directed Action initiated a Central Intelligence Agency review of secret American paranormal research and psychic spying in 1994. But when it came to other programs beyond DIA, the response was, “No additional information is on file.”
The late American psychic spy Ingo Swann filled his long out-of-print tome “Penetration” — about his encounters with UFO-seeking men in black –with numerous clues for the present-day UFO-filled soap operas.
Among the STAR GATE files are details concerning how government contract personnel interacted with journalists and writers snooping about their secret projects.
In the beginning, or at least nearer to the beginning, there was Richard Helms.
Most of the documents presented here were classified SECRET prior to their release following Congressional mandated review.
We have compiled images from CIA-released STAR GATE documents about the CIA and DIA remote viewers, also known as “psychic-spy” sources tasked to use AMP — anomalous mental phenomena — to access information not available to ordinary senses.
CIA psychic spies accidentally ‘remote view’ inside of SECRET NSA facility
In his story “The Real X-Files: Is Uncle Sam a Closet UFOlogist?” author Gus Russo writes about U.S. intelligence interest in email lists, bloggers and web sites catering to public curiosity about an extraterrestrial presence and the alleged government cover up. As it turns out, there are good analogs for some of the intelligence interest detailed by Gus Russo, in the CIA/DIA STAR GATE files.
January 28, 1987: Defense Intelligence Agency Source Reports Extraterrestrial Biological Entities on Earth and Titan. From the “Truth is Stranger Than Fiction” Department: CIA STAR GATE file reveals how DIA ‘remote viewers’ spied on alleged extraterrestrial alien beings in the solar system and here on Earth.