Failure and Success of the Project STARGATE to Develop the Remote Viewing Capacity

13 Pages Posted: 10 Dec 2018

Date Written: November 11, 2018

Abstract

STARGATE is a code name for the aggregation of various programs to develop the remote viewing capability. It was originally assumed to be the paranormal phenomenon, though attracting academic interests in the early 1970s. The Stanford Research Institute, SRI, obtained the cooperation from several psychics and started the serious research on this capability, which was eventually subsidized by the US Defense outlets. Their main program was called “GRILL FLAME” purposed to train the soldier to possess the remote viewing capability, which was failed and ceased until the early 1990s. It was declassified with their earlier experiments supported partly by the CIA as well, though the majority was conducted under the US Defense involvement. Their failure should be destined due to their focus on the remote viewing rather than on the overall phenomenon that the brain is affected by the external electromagnetic stimuli. This extrasensory function was confirmed through the various studies in the early 1970s and there were several implications that the CIA realized the overall phenomenon could be deployed to their information gathering rather than focusing on the remote viewing.

Keywords: STARGATE

Suggested Citation

Miyamoto, Kenji, Failure and Success of the Project STARGATE to Develop the Remote Viewing Capacity (November 11, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3286134 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3286134

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