From the mid 1970's to 1995, in response to a threat from the Soviet Union, the CIA and United States Military Intelligence operated a Top Secret program to collect intelligence data remotely, using so-called "psychic spies." Code-named Star Gate, the program and its operational format was originally conceived through leading edge research at the Stanford Research Institute in California along with the technology and consciousness training programs of the Monroe Institute in Virginia. As a result of Star Gate’s declassification in 1995, this special training is now available to the general public as a skill anyone can learn and practice.
What is Remote Viewing? Described as an art as well as a science, Remote Viewing reflects the innate human ability to perceive and accurately describe any person, place, thing, or event, remote through space and time.
Author and remote viewing trainer at the world renowned Monroe Institute, Paul Elder has designed a workshop offering a composite of the skills and techniques developed while training with the original Star Gate remote viewers.
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