Originally posted by cyberjedi
was watching this youtube clip
The most awesome stuff ive seen in a long time. Anyway, at one point it goes about astral projection, going outside your physical body, being able to
travel wherever you want. Is anyone here good in doing this? If so, is it possible to acces the most secret documents hidden in CIA faults? Should be
able to right? If this is possible the CIA probably knows, and knows how to protect itself from this type of 'attack', right?
Just wanted to add a couple things onto CaticusMaximus's post.
1. The problem with astral projection is that there's very limited
documented encounters with the physical plane. In Robert Monroe's books,
there's been a couple mentions of this in the lab settings, where Robert was able to interact with the physical (if I recall correctly, once out, he
pinched one of the helpers, and upon returning, they found she had a mark where he pinched her).
I bring this up because (assuming you were to get to where the documents were stored), there's no guarantee that you would be seeing the correct
version (you might actually be seeing someone's idea of the document, as ideas can become reality on the astral planes).
2. In my research, I've heard that under the surface, some form of government was possibly looking into this, or at least running experiments to
determine if it were feasible. Wish I still had the link to FOIA archives, as you could see which ones the government gave out information on (there
was a thread on here called something like "Fun with google and .gov", where you could customize google to search public information on certain sites
like nasa and .gov).
3. The other problem with this theory is that unless you know where you're going, it's very unlikely you'll find the place you were intending - or, if
you find it, you might get a bit disoriented. For example, I tried to visit a friend's house, and after a very vivid whirling sensation, I must have
lost control & blacked out (I get sick on the "spinning rides", so it's logical that this would bring me back before my astral self puked). I have
never been to the house, before, and yet I was able to confirm a couple of the details on the room. Noticed the spinning only seemed to occur upon
visiting a place I've never been to.
4. The only real way that they could "protect" something like that is if:
-They have people trained to "see" you, or have a group of them practice creating a "mental barrier" (Because the astral allows for mental images to
become the real thing, if a bunch of people think about a wall surrounding the place, technically you wouldn't be able to enter).
-An electromagnetic field, or even just a plain magnetic field (Some people reported getting "stuck" during a thunderstorm, and I was advised not to
attempt a projection during one).
-Encrypting the documents, and keeping them on a computer (if they aren't already doing this, then they need to leave the X-Files era of storing them
in long racks in some underground facility). I suspect most of the controversial documents are stored on encrypted drives rather than in paper.
-Taking anyone that manages to find the information out for a little chat
1. Yes, it's possible (but not likely to be worth the time). Remote Viewing might yield better results (and less effort).
2. There's probably no protection meant for entities, and only for physical threats (hackers, rogue agents, etc).
edit on 2/6/2013 by fossilera because: nothing specific