kj35 Posted April 13, 2022 Author Share Posted April 13, 2022 (edited) On 9/18/2020 at 10:54 AM, Golden Retriever said: Hi KJ35 Not a subject I know much about at all, but I found this archived link, which may be of interest you. Someone made a FOI request to the UK Ministry of Defense about their experiments concerning RV. The information released is heavily redacted, but I believe they based their experiments partly on the work of Ingo Swann. "A study was undertaken in 2001-2002 to investigate theories about capabilities to gather information remotely about what people may be seeing and to determine the potential value, if any, of such theories to Defence. The Ministry of Defence has released the findings of this study in response to a Freedom of Information request and we are pleased to now make it available to a wider audience via the MOD Freedom of Information Disclosure Log. Where indicated information has been withheld in accordance with Section 26 (Defence), Section 27 (International Relations), Section 40 (Personal Information), Section 41 (Information Provided In Confidence) and Section 43 (Commercial Interests) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000." https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20121110090012/http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/FreedomOfInformation/DisclosureLog/SearchDisclosureLog/RemoteViewing.htm Bumping this article as it doesn't deserve to be lost in the day to day. Thanks to GR for providing it. Summary of main points 1. This is a genuine UK ministry of defence document, heavily redacted which shows interest and further study of remote viewing goes on at Government level. 2. The UK Government cite the work of Ingo Swann as an expert. 3. The test subjects were deliberately untrained to provide a control group against future experiments with RV trained experts. Their words. 4. 3 of the 20 untrained test subjects accessed the target to varying degrees. 5. Clear knowledge in the Government that electrical activity in the brain is altered under RV. Edited April 13, 2022 by kj35 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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