Alexandra Bruce
August 16, 2012

For years Stanford University served as a training and ideological grounds from which the CIA would spend three decades recruiting remote viewers. After the CIA’s remote-viewing was (allegedly) shuttered in the mid-’90s, a lot of the top-secret footage came out. Some of it is presented in this documentary. For years Soviet and American remote viewers tried to “see” the specifics of each side’s nuclear weapons development.

This wasn’t just marginalized new-age business. Even many establishment physical, or “hard” scientists, such as a man who pioneered laser technology, thought that remote-viewing was the real deal.

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