posted on Jan, 10 2018 @ 09:17 PM
When they were doing Remote Viewing experiments on kids back in the 1960's I always wondered who wanted this information and could it be used for
nefarious purposes? The latest Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program mission probably addresses the issue of young minds having access to
internet content. For example I found this suggested question on a syllabus for a high school science class on the internet:
Motivation: How was the deciphering of the atom connected to espionage before and after World War II? Why is atomic security more critical in the
21 st century than it was in the 20th century?
I know Jack Sarfatti received a series of mysterious phone calls when he was 13, presumably he had been identified using these RV techniques. Thats
another good reason to explore some of the older sources when investigating since the trunk history is narrower.
For example several thousand years ago when they were standing on top of their newly finished pyramid admiring the sun. Its likely they understood
that Ra wasn't just sheep shiit burning on the end of a stick. If the mathematicians of the day realized how far away the sun was and how hot it must
be they may have theorized that a nuclear device could be built. The question in that case, what year did they become confident that such a device
would not react with the earths atmosphere and destroy the planet?
See, nothing to hyde no espionage needed this way.
Problem I'm concerned about is, if "they" could catch someone like Jack....