posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 05:59 PM
In a top-secret hidden location on a US Army base, men and women working for the CIA prepare to "fall" into the fourth dimension. It's an all-grey
room-walls, carpet, furniture, everything. Baroque music plays while they recline, relaxing, preparing to enter an altered state of consciousness.
What they're about to do is access the time-space continuum in a technique known as "remote viewing". When the brain registers the theta-wave state
on the monitoring equipment, they are ready to "jump into the ether", in the words of David Morehouse, author of Psychic Warrior: Inside the CIA's
Science fiction? Not at all. This is advanced technology pioneered by esteemed scientists, laser physicists like Dr Targ and Dr Puthoff, at the
Stanford Research Institute in the 1970s.
More recently, the program was developed by the US Government's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency
(DIA). This top-secret psychic warfare program was called Project Scangate, then Operation Sun Streak, then Operation Stargate. Morehouse's
controllers euphemistically described it as an "intelligence collection method".
Bypassing internal bureaucratic and congressional oversight, they were called "Special Access Programs" or "SAPs"-a cellular approach to
organisation, compartmentalising all activities which might put the Pentagon in a bad light as well as providing a rationale for "plausible