posted on May, 21 2009 @ 10:36 AM
Here is some more info of how wide spread Remote Viewing is. It seems there were/are many on going programs by both the US and others:
Remote Viewing Underground UFO Bases
By Cassandra 'Sandy' Frost
Intro by the editor: Remote Viewing is a very controversial thing.
But what is even more controversial is when the best Remote Viewers
have perceptions of several underground UFO bases on Earth. Some
months ago the former Canadian minister of defence asked Canadian
Parliament to hold hearings on relations with alien "ET"
civilizations. He speaks of finally disclosing the biggest secret in
human history, ET presence on Earth.
When then Lt. F. Holmes 'Skip' Atwater began the US Army Remote
Viewing Star Gate program in 1978, he had no idea that he'd
challenge his viewers with targets like underground UFO bases.
Atwater grew up in a southern California home where it was normal to
talk about things like leaving your body and hands on healing.
During the Vietnam Era, on February 14, 1968, he joined the Army as
an intelligence specialist.
Along the way, Atwater had read 'Journeys Out of the Body' by Robert
Monroe, which described how Hemi-Sync (tm) binaural (in both ears)
beats enhanced learning, induced out of body experiences and
stimulated different states of consciousness. He also read 'Mind
Reach' by physicists Hal Puthoff, Ph.D. and Russell Targ, who later
introduced him to remote viewing. He was asking questions like 'What
is this remote viewing? What is Monroe discovering about our
consciousness with his Hemi-Sync applications?'
In 1977, Atwater packed up his wife and three kids and headed
towards his new duty station, Ft. Meade, Maryland, to join the US
Army's elite Intelligence and Security command program, Systems
Exploitation Detachment or SED. He worked on the Sensitive Activity
Vulnerability Estimate or SAVE team. Cold war commanders were
expected to take measures to protect ALL aspects of their
operational capabilities. Once a new threat was identified, the SAVE
team would 'attack' a command, challenging all aspects of security.
Exploring his new Ft. Meade office, Atwater opened up his safe and
discovered three Department of Defense documents "mistakenly" left
by his predecessor.
The first two described the Soviet Union's research into psychic
spying. The third was written by Targ and Puthoff and described
remote-viewing research at SRI International in Menlo Park.
Atwater read a 1972 report on how the Soviets were conducting
parapsychology research at over 20 separate institutions with an
annual operating budget of over 21 million dollars. The KGB funded
The other document described 'bioinformation' such as telepathy,
precognition and clairvoyance and bioenergetics like psychokinesis
and telekinesis. 'Sounds like remote viewing to me,' Atwater
thought. Soviet Remote Viewing was now considered as a potential
The third document described Project SCANATE, highly classified, CIA
funded remote- viewing research conducted primarily at SRI that
demonstrated the ability of remote-viewing surveillance to acquire
and report intelligence to the intelligence community.
What is RV?
According to Atwater, Remote Viewing is: The acquisition and
description, by mental means, of information blocked by ordinary
perception by distance, shielding or time. A way of perceiving
something with mental powers alone using a scientifically designed,
protocol driven structured process for acquiring information.
Typically, a viewer and interviewer are isolated with a target,
which may be a picture or randomly generated numbers, in a sealed
envelope. Neither know what the target is and are both blind to the
target. This is known as working 'double blind' so the interviewer
can't feed information to the viewer. The interviewer might
ask 'Describe the location inside the envelope?' The viewer might
then make sketches or jot down brief word descriptions.
Atwater then designed a proto-type RV program to assess if we could
defend and/or hide our secrets from the Soviets and began working
with SRI to orient the first six candidates to remote viewing.
As operations and training, Atwater needed to 'determine the
operational capabilities and limitations of remote viewing,
identifying and developing the individual RV skills, and test and
evaluate the accuracy of remote viewing on unique targets.'
Challenge targets such as ET's and UFOs were used to hone skills and
stretch RV capabilities.
Pat Price's Underground UFO Bases
Atwater not only worked with Robert Monroe to develop his training
program, he also co-operated with Targ and Puthoff at SRI and
learned of a viewer named Pat Price.
Former CIA director Stansfield Turner described Price as 'A man who
could 'see' what was going on anywhere in the world through his
psychic powers.' ¬ Chicago Tribune, August 13, 1977. One day in
1973, Price walked into Hal Puthoff's office, tossed a file on his
desk and said 'You might be interested in these UFO bases.'
Price believed that ET's had established four underground bases, had
remote viewed them and provided Puthoff with descriptions of their
locations and functions. Hal Puthoff, Ph.D., founded and directed
the CIA funded Remote Viewing program at SRI from 1972 to 1985.
Price, who died under mysterious circumstances in 1975, was
believable had a proven RV track record and had neither agenda nor
any axe to grind.
Puthoff passed the same folder on to Atwater in the early '80's,
saying 'You might be interested in this.' At this point, it's
important to note that Price's information was viewed without
protocols, the results were not officially reported and Price did
not use sealed envelopes.
Price's report stated that the bases primary purpose was
to 'reinforce B.T.L. implants, transport of new recruits and overall
monitoring function.' Today, Atwater has no idea what B.T.L.
implants are and to his knowledge, no one has remote viewed this
Price also reported that the base inhabitants looked like us,
homosapiens, except for the heart, lungs, blood and eyes. He
reported that the sites were highly protected from discovery,
mutually supportive, and had very high technology. He also noted
that they used 'thought transfer for motor control of us.'
So where are these bases?
The first is at Mt. Perdido is in the Pyrnees Mountains, between
France and Spain. 'A famous set of caves in the Pyrenees have
ancient drawings of ancient astronauts and flying spacecraft,'
Atwater explained. 'And there have been a number of sightings here.'
Mt. Perdido, aka Mt. Perdu, is 3,352 m, 11,007 ft. high and is the
third highest mountain in the Pyrenees. It's about a quarter inch
west of Andorra. Price reported that the main base was protected
around a 2-mile perimeter with detectors. Several craft were in the
launch recovery area and had what looked like an electromagnetic
field propulsion system.
Price's next underground base location is Mt. Inyangani, the highest
mountain (2,592 m, 8,503 ft) in Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia, Africa.
'Actually, it's more of a maintenance and tech center,' Price
viewed. 'This base looks like overhaul and maintenance unit. I see
lots of spare equipment. Parts are being welded in a vacuum area
with window area then parts are fused. A grayish white powder is
pasted on both parts then fused.' His attention was drawn to unit
that several were working on. It is a tubular grid system 'for
ionizing a layer of air.'