A Controlled Remote Viewer's Experience

Hey guys,

Do you remember Star Gate? It was one of a number of remote viewing programs conducted by CIA to experiment and evaluate controlled remote viewing as an intelligence tool. Lyn Buchanan was one of the controlled remote viewers for Star Gate and was the unit’s trainer for almost eight years. I have just finished to read this article where he talks about his incredible experience as a controlled remote viewer the US army. Pretty cool insights ;)

Controlled Remote Viewing in Iraq:

The Secret Weapon the U.S. Abandoned

By Lyn Buchanan

The United States is once again trying to take down Saddam Hussein. But this time we are fighting without one of the secret weapons we had during the 1991 Gulf War, and the U.S. is having more difficulty now. It may have been a mistake to leave that secret weapon behind.

That secret weapon was an elite, covert, and specially trained unit code-named “Star Gate.” It was a totally “black project”– that is, the American public was not allowed to know it even existed. In fact, only a handful of people within the highest levels of government knew of its existence.

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This Star Gate unit was trained in a science called “controlled remote viewing,” the psychic ability to perceive thoughts and experiences through the power of the human mind. Controlled remote viewing is a highly organized science, researched and developed during the 1970s at Stanford Research Institute in California under the strictest secrecy and covert government funding. The unit was disbanded in 1994 due to post-Cold War military cutbacks.

I was one of the controlled remote viewers for Star Gate and was the unit’s trainer for almost eight years.

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