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Major Ed Dames was infact involved with the CIAs Remote Viewing Program. Apparently he went public in 11/28/95, to Dateline, revealing the secret
operation. The Psychic Espionage Unit was made for Remote viewing various places in hopes in getting intel and secrets on different countries. The
Codename of this organization was STARGATE.
STAR GATE was one of the many Remote Viewing Programs initiated by the Central Intellegence Agency in in the 70's to the present day. Operating
under different names and different sections of the group. Internal projects of STAR GATE included SUN STREAK, GRILL FRAME, and CENTER LANE, by the
DIA, and INSOM and SCANATE run by the CIA.
STAR GATE employed Remote Viewers to train and practice RV Intell gathering, and STAR GATE also ran a Psi Research Program. STARGATE started in
1970, as a response to the Russian's Psi-project operations, which, by 1975, had a 300 million Ruble budget in spending. The Central Intellegence
Agency initially started STAR GATE as SCANNATE, or Scan by Coordinate. It was the beginning part of STARGATE. They would search out for Empaths that
showed potential for the program, took them, and trained them to tone their talents for "Psychic Warfare. SCANNATE concluded that a minimum accuracy
for the clients to be accepted was a 65%. The program was changed in 1983 and became the INSCOM Center Lane project. It was a project to train anybody
to be able to Remot view and collect accurate data. Though it sounded promising, INSCOM was found to be unfavorable, and uneffected, and in 1985, the
United States Army funding for the project ended, and the united was resdignated as SUN STREAK. SUN STREAK was then transfered to the DIA's
Scientific and Technical Intelligence Directorate, DT-S. The Program transitioned to SAIC, and in 1991 was renamed STAR GATE. Since 1970 to 1991 over
20 million US dollars was spent on STAR GATE and related research programs. Over 40 people served in the program at any given time, with 23 remote
The Remote Viewers that were a part of the project used several different types of Remote Viewing, including Coordinate Remote Viewing,Extended
Remote Viewing, and Written Remote Viewing. In 1995 STAR GATE had conducted over 200 intellegence collection program sessions, 8 of the most notable
successes of the sessions were cakked "eight Martini" Results, because the RV data was so mind-boggling that everybody had to go and drink 8
martinis to 'recover' from the shock of it. Though all its successes the program was plagued with bad leadership, poor morale, and a declining
feeling for the need of RV after the cold war. By 1995 the order came in to terminate STAR GATE, after the CIA concluded that there was nothing in
which ESP had provided that was useful to assist intelligence Operations.